Thursday, May 30, 2019

X-Zone Broadcast Network - Disclosure First, then Dr. Bruce Maccabee

Dr. Bruce Maccabee was the guest for this week’s show. But before we started, I mentioned that I had just heard the statements made by Christopher Mellon, one-time Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. The statements seemed to suggest, once again, that we are moving closer to Disclosure. He said, “We know UFOs exist. This is no longer an issue. The issue is why are they here? Where are they coming from and what is the technology behind these devices that we are observing?”

This might be the most positive statement made by a former high-ranking
Dr. Bruce Maccabee. Photo copyright
by Kevin Randle.
government official. He would have been in a position to know what was going on. And, as he said, “There is a vital national security issue which I that our sovereignty is being violated by vehicles of unknown origin.”

This was a point that I have made over the years. No matter what they were saying, if people were reporting seeing these unidentified craft, there was a military obligation to investigate them. Didn’t really matter the point of origin. If there were craft out there penetrating our airspace without the proper authorization, then that is a matter of national security. The government could attempt to brush it off as something unimportant, but until they had identified the intruder, they must intercept it. Anything else was a failure to complete the government’s, and in the case the Air Force and Navy’s, responsibility.

Mellon, in fact, said that intercepts, or as he characterized it, “interacting,” was happening on a nearly daily basis.

Dr. Maccabee and I discussed this for a moment, but we didn’t have much more information than that. I had just found the story in the hour or so before the beginning of the program. It was, in the new parlance of the mainstream media, “Developing.”

From there Dr. Maccabee and I talked about the Arnold sighting and the ramifications of it in the world of the UFO. You can listen to it here:

We also discussed some of the best of the photographic evidence including the McMinnville photographs from 1950. As Dr. Maccabee mentioned, this really doesn’t take us to the extraterrestrial, meaning simply that while there might not be a solid, terrestrial explanation for the photographs, that doesn’t mean it proves alien visitation. More evidence is required to establish that.

Dr. Maccabee also brought up the 1973 Skylab III sightings by three astronauts. Again, there doesn’t seem to be a satisfactory answer for the sighting. Dr. Maccabee has written a paper about the case at his website that can be found here:

Next up is Dan Wright who will be filling us in on his book CIA & UFOs. If you have questions, let me know in the comments section and I’ll do my best to get them. We did touch on most of the questions from readings here in this show but given the interview with Mellon, time was a little shorter than usual.


David From AU said...

"Dr. Maccabee has written a paper about the case at his website that can be found here:"

Make that of course 'brumac'.

Paul Young said...

Thanks Kevin, for including the comments (at the beginning of your broadcast) from Christopher Mellon.
He's simply confirming what I've been convinced is the truth for probably 40 odd years.
This is why I hold the comments, on this blog, of numpties like cda and Lance Moody with utter contempt.
The "weirdos" aren't the ETH'ers...that tag belongs to the deniers.

Byron Weber said...

A pleasure to hear the always rational Dr. Maccabee speak. Before listening to the interview I watched Christopher Mellon on FOX. It occurred to me that this disclosure didn't happen in a vacuum and I looked for a back story, what might have happened to foster the disclosure. Everything I found points to the abrupt departure of Gen Mattis as the Secretary of Defense and his replacement, a career Boeing mechanical engineer, Patrick Shanahan. Purportedly, Shanahan facilitated the declassification of the tic tac videos and top secret documents for disclosure. He is also a strong proponent of the US Space Force.

andycher said...

This article from The Intercept is relevant to the disclosure issue:


edithkeeler said...

Christopher Mellon is on History Channel's new show, "Unidentified, Inside America's UFO Investigation" which had its premiere episode Friday night at 9:00 after Ancient Aliens. It's about Tom DeLonge's team, and features Luis Elizondo, investigating cases of military personnel who have reported ufo incidents. Mellon is part of the cast and he repeated these comments there. You might want to check out the episode, I'm sure it's on demand by now.

couldbebetter said...

From all I have gleaned about the recent "disclosure" it seems that statements
are allowed about unexplained or unidentified craft, so long as one does not use
any term about "aliens" or "ET's." In other words they are allowed to talk about
the craft but never are allowed to talk about the "beings" inside them. This makes
sense as our government wants to know what is coming into or going out of our airspace,
so they have to reassure our military they must continue to report what they see.

However, it seems the government does not want disclosed any info about who these
beings are, where they are from, and what they may want. Of course, at a certain
level these questions have been answered. So those in the know must play dumb and
spout the party line, "we don't know." It's all just a PR game and in the end will
be used to justify more spending for defense projects. More money is the endgame!
True "alien" disclosure is not. This is what the CIA does.