by Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
A Washington, DC-area intelligence "cut-out" who has been quite reliable passes on information that China now has acquired antigravity technology, which the U.S. has had and applied to successfully-flying aerospace vehicles since at least 1989. A world-class UFO/ET research professional has additionally provided me information that a renegade group in Japan also possesses antigravity technology. He reports that the possession of such extreme technology, [which besides ultrafast deployment also involves radar and optical invisibility and potentially time travel capabilities,] by a sometimes-hostile Asian superpower such as China destabilizes the West's military edge.
The China development has implications for impeding the public acknowledgment of UFO reality by the U.S. Government. The connection is thus:
Within the highest levels of military and intelligence leadership are ultra-conservative cliques of Generals and Intelligence officials, who are still virulently fearful of Communist takeover, and who are reactionary fundamentalist religionists. They view China's advances in research and development to the point of antigravity technology competency as representing a clear and present danger to U.S. military hegemony in the world. Further, they fear that revelations of Chinese government attempts to secretly make contributions to American political campaigns represents an attempt to exercise an eventual Communist takeover of America.
These right-wing Generals and Intelligence officials thus seek to block any public acknowledgment by the government of UFO reality, because world acknowledgment of extraterrestrial visitation and antigravity technology (UFOs) would permit China to display its antigravity craft. Thus, China would appear an equally-advanced rival to American military technology and be seen by impressionable countries as an alternative super-power to cozy up to. Thus, the military and intelligence right wing oppose revealing UFO reality.
Welcome to the Byzantine world of Washington politics, where the right of the public to free and well-informed flow of information comes in last.
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