CANDIDATE WANTS SHIELDS DOWN ON UFO COVER-UP
By Dean Polling, Thompson News Service
VALDOSTA -- Ed Komarek is stumping for the 2nd District congressional seat on an unusual platform -- ending what he calls a "50 year-old government cover-up on UFOs."
The Grady County resident is a co-founder of Operation right To Know, a UFO political activist group.
"The two greatest issues facing the human race today are over-population that results in environmental degradation and the impact of the reality of cosmic, spacefaring civilizations on Earth societies," Komarek said.
"The problem is that these two issues are so vast that many people can't see the forest for the trees. All the lesser issues obscure the larger issues that unless resolved will continue to precipitate the collapse of civilization as we know it."
During a recent visit to Valdosta to announce his campaign here, Komarek said his fight to compel the U.S. government to release information on UFOs proves he does not plan to conduct business as usual, if he is elected.
"I consider myself an activist and a statesman, not a politician. In fact by background shows that I am a sandspur, a thorn in the side of politicians that think they, rather than the people, know best," he said.
Both Komarek and ORTK co-founder, Mike Jamieson, decided to run for Congress as a "further assault upon the wall of denial and ridicule surrounding the UFO subject," he said. [Komarek later announced that Jamieson had dropped out of his California race for financial reasons.]
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