What an amazing time to be alive! And what a frightening time for those who fear such change.
Anyone with a computer can access decades of documents, videos, statements, whistleblowers, and end-of-life confessions regarding an ET presence on Earth, today. There's so much information, it's chilling - especially with explanations from Richard C. Hoagland, Timothy Good, and Michio Kaku. All the Majestic documents are free, online, ready to read right now. You can watch Ronald Reagan's ET comments to the UN in 1987. You can actually see uncensored alien vehicles on the feeds from NASA, before they stopped streaming live from space. This mountain of evidence confirms a 70-year-old structure of secrecy - and a structure that cannot withstand the freedom of social media, instant communication, and a world liked by the Internet.
Again, within the next 2-5 years, I genuinely believe the shit's gonna' hit the fan.
That being said, I'm fully convinced that Earth is about to emerge into a "Cosmic Community" that's likely already populated with many races of extraterrestrials. We won't be the first on the block. In fact, the block might be so busy, we'd hardly be noticeable at all - like an Amish buggy on the side of a modern road, passed by a car blaring rap music. I mean, think about that for a moment. Imagine yourself as a pet cat who's lived your entire life inside the house, but one day you sneak out an open door and find yourself standing on the side of a busy street. How does a housecat react to that stress? Now, how do you think humanity will react to the same?
For 70 years, our government has made the decision to keep the front door closed - but the time has come to let us outside, and allow us to see who else lives on the street. Sure, we'll be frightened at first - and maybe even a little pissed off that the secret was kept for so long. We might break a few windows, set some fires, turn over some cars. The military might need to bring order to some cities - in the US and beyond. I've mentioned before that I can feel the approach of an "event" that will temporarily disrupt the flow of goods & services, and the acknowledgement of alien life would certainly qualify - and scare the hell out of a lot of people.
But humans are resilient. No matter what our initial reaction to disclosure might be, we will process it - and things will settle down. After a few weeks, we'll start a public discussion that asks the tough questions about our history, religions, our governments...annnnnnd the biggie: What was the ET's participation within the human race's development...? People might not like the answers, but at least they'll be ready to hear them. And I believe that we're ready right now.
Let's start with those chemtrails -
If it's RAID, then we know that we're being visited by bugs!