EU space official supports UFO disclosure – says NASA can’t be trusted

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Dr. Peter Creola, a retired Swiss chief delegate at the European Space Agency (ESA) and head of the Swiss office for space policies, has joined forces with those who demand the truth about UFOs. ESA is the European version of NASA. On the topic of disclosing the truth about UFOs, Dr. Creola said “…you cannot unconditionally trust NASA.”


Robert Fleischer, Coordinator of Exopolitics Germany praised Dr. Creola by stating “There are not many European high officials who dare to step forward when it comes to the reality of the UFO phenomenon… As chairman of the ‘Ariane Programme Board’, he played a key role in launching the first European carrier missile ‘Ariane’ and has been involved in numerous key projects of ESA.” 

Fleischer also shared comments by Dr. Creola from a recent interview published in “Mysteries”, a German magazine:

“Question: In your opinion, would a scientific investigation of the UFO phenomenon and the propulsion systems used by UFOs bring new possibilities for terrestrial space activities?

Creola: Of course – not only for our space activities, but maybe even for the future of mankind! I always found it astonishing that sightings of silent crafts, which are obviously not bound to our gravitational laws, are being ignored by science – at least officially. (…) 

Question: Do you think that the US space agency NASA is covering up evidence about UFOs?

Creola: Well, NASA is part of the government system. Whatever is the official policy also applies to NASA and has to be carried out in that fashion. If, for example, the official line is not to comment on certain topics related to UFO sightings, or if some of these sightings involve National Security, then NASA will obviously follow that doctrine. Indeed, in this case, you cannot unconditionally trust NASA.

That, of course, also applies to Roswell. If indeed something extraterrestrial crashed there in 1947 and if the US government has successfully managed to keep it undisclosed to this day, then NASA would also be bound to this policy (not to disclose).”

Dr. Creola’s comments are consistent with whistleblower testimony from the Disclosure Project and other high ranking former government leaders around the world.  Let’s hope his courage and honorable intentions will inspire a similar effort at NASA in the U.S.

Read more about “silent craft" in the “Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology” by Paul A. LaViolette


Bron: examiner

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