Each month we will publish one article on heroic whistleblowers, so that their names are never forgotten. They have risked their lives to bring the truth to the public, we have to honour them as much as we can.
- Bob Lazar
On his first day at Area 51 Lazar was amazed at the incredibly levels of security – 22 scientists were covered by 70 armed guards and the “camouflaged inter-connecting hangars”.
His identity badge bore the contract number: E-67223MAJ and the inscription “DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE”. Lazar’s boss – Dennis Moriani – had MAJESTIC on his badge.
During his first day Lazar was given 120 blue files to read which dealt with UFOs and extraterrestrials. Although they were superficial, the contents shocked him – “I could not believe it – I was fascinated”
The reports made it clear that the U.S. Government were in possession of a number of extraterrestrial crafts and that autopsies had been carried out on some of the occupants. Lazar was then introduced to his job – the propulsion techniques of the craft and the possibility of inter-stellar travel.
On his second visit to Area S4 – an area within Area 51, Lazar was taken into a hangar and shown a disc shaped craft – “it was absolutely smooth, about 40 feet wide and appeared to have been made in one piece”. Lazars job was to investigate the construction and operation of its propulsion system – in order to “back engineer it”.
2. Phil Schneider
Whistleblower Phil Schneider was a government geologist who had seventeen years of experience involved with black ops on military bases like the famous Dulce NM underground base.
Philip Schneider was working for the U.S. government building underground bases. He held a Level 3 (Rhyolite 38) security clearance for several deep underground military bases. Schneider said he was one of three survivors in a battle with grey aliens in August 1979, also known as the Dulce war. He died on January 17, 1996 under very suspicious circumstances after the CIA tried to silence him numerous times
3. Captain Uyrangê
In 1977, the Brazilian island of Colares and the area of the Amazon delta were visited by flying objects of an unknown nature. Nearly all kinds of UFOs were seen, some big, some small, saucer-shaped, cigar-shaped, barrel-shaped, luminous or not. They arrived generally from the North every day, from the sky and also sometimes from underwater, and it lasted for months. Regularly, some Island’s inhabitants were targeted by the objects beaming strange lights at them, and many were badly hurt. The Air Force came, investigated, saw, reported.
Twenty years later, Captain Uyrangê gave an interview to two UFO researchers. He claimed he and his team saw and even interacted with UFOs. Three months after the interview, Captain Uyrangê was found dead, murdered by the CIA, the official version was that he hung himself in his own bed using the belt of his bathrobe, yep…you couldn’t make this shit up!
In my opinion, whistleblowers are true heroes, they risk everything to give us the truth, some are still alive, but most of them are not, and we know exactly who is silencing these amazing individuals…