December 19, 2018
By W.O. Belfield, Jr.
“The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas.”
(Linus Pauling, 1961)
Recently I was listening to a presentation by Richard Dolan (RICHARD DOLAN: The Secret Space Program. Where Is It Headed? | MUFON 2017) he said something that made me reflect over a common occurrence in my daily life. Mr. Dolan said if there was a “Hard Disclosure” it would surely reveal a zero-point energy source or free energy for everyone. The question was raised whether you could trust your neighbors to use this free energy properly and not for nefarious purposes.
In front of our home we have a seven-foot red painted curb placed there by the city government. As most people know it is forbidden to park in the red zone. This is a very easy law to enforce it is a “black or white” law / “right or wrong” law. There is no gray area with this law. It is quite common to have people park in this red zone and what makes matters worse the police have a difficult time enforcing this easy law.
The point I am trying to make is that you cannot expect people to do the “right thing”, whether it is a red curb, or zero-point energy people will not do the “right thing.” There should NEVER be a “Hard” Disclosure because of the general public's predilection of purposely doing the “wrong thing.” In summary given the current state of mankind there should never be a “Hard Disclosure” the average person cannot handle it.
The following quote from author John Donne “No man is an island” is rarely quoted anymore. The quote means that humanity cannot get along with their lives alone and succeed, and we are all dependent on other people and we need them. Humans can’t thrive just by being alone. This quote time and time again has proven to be very true.
The general public is experiencing profound ideological changes concerning the functioning of the United States government. Similar changes are also taking place in “Black Budget” programs of the Military Industrial Complex (MIC) which includes “Break Away Civilizations” (Richard Dolan “breakaway civilization,” a radically advanced and increasingly separate structure that has access to classified science and data denied to the rest of us.).
“Black Budget” programs have also been going through profound ideological changes. The issues that have been polarizing the MIC is whether to continue their non-disclosure policies or have a “hard” disclosure concerning visitations on this planet by UFO’s and EBE’s. Some believe there is a soft-disclosure that is currently in operation. The big problem with the “soft” disclosure approach is it doesn’t remove any or all doubt about this subject. For some time, it has been speculated that these visitations have been occurring on this planet for thousands of years.
The big dilemma with the non-disclosure policy is its secrecy. Secrecy makes it extremely difficult to sustain any kind of intellectual creativity in support of cutting-edge technology. Scientists in this highly restrictive environment get discouraged from not being allowed to freely exchange information with their counterparts in the public sector. The free exchange of ideas happens to be the cornerstone of all science.
A quote from the late Carl Sagan gets to the crux of the matter. “Science thrives on, indeed requires, the free exchange of ideas; its values are antithetical to secrecy. Science holds to no special vantage points or privileged positions. Both science and democracy encourage unconventional opinions and vigorous debate.”
What the MIC finds very troubling is that websites like the “Black Vault” encourages scientific dialogue. These websites have repeatedly demonstrated to be the birth place of new ideas. Websites of these types generate more novel ideas in a month than can be developed by the MIC program in a year.
The outcome from a free flow of information is the creation of good ideas. Non-disclosure policies stifles scientific creativity. This is a big problem for the MIC. With secret policies in place the MIC scientists have a shelf life of no more than 5 years for individual creativity. The generating of good ideas is very crucial in sustaining cutting-edge technology for “Black Budget” programs.
The MIC is constantly on the lookout for new recruits. High-times for the MIC is when there is a downturn in the economy such as a recession. During these high-times. This is when recruiting the best and the brightest science graduates from the top universities in the United States are at its highest.
As a recruiting inducement during hard economic times, graduates are often drawn to the high pay and retirement benefits they would receive by working for the MIC. This is in comparison to what they would get working in the public sector during a down economy. The downside of course is the signing of a legally binding non-disclosure agreement guaranteeing the individual to a lifetime of secrecy.
Non-disclosure policies encourage an environment of micro-management. Years of micro-management, compartmentalization of departments where the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing represses individual initiative. Individuals who have a propensity to think “outside of the box” would over time regret their decision to pursue a career with the MIC.
Re-engineering some sort of exotic technology is not the highest form of creativity but one of many multiple ways of perpetuating the status quo. Using knowledge in a new way that was never thought of before is the highest form of creativity. Again, it always comes back to the fact if there is not a free exchange of information. As a result, these programs will always suffer from a paucity of innovation.
Those who are against a “hard disclosure” actually fear that the Congress of the United States would gain control over their “Black Budget Programs”. Congressional control over their budgets would mean no more unlimited budgets. For those who desire a “hard disclosure” they would make the strong claim that once congressional control of the “Black Budget Programs” are regained doesn’t necessarily mean going “Cold Turkey.” The free exchange of information in these former “Black Budget Programs” would place these once secretive programs at the height of innovation. In time, all aspects of society would benefit from a “hard disclosure.”
Those individuals who have tight reins over these “Black Budget Programs” fail to realize that they are destroying the very thing they hold so near and dear. It is unfortunate that learning is a slow process for humanity. With this said. It is imperative that if a “hard disclosure” is to take place (less than 5 years) that it begins during the first three months of a new calendar year. The reason being it would take the general population a good 9 to 10 months to get over the shock of this life changing information. The reason why this hasn’t taken place is because those in control have a limited perspicacity when it comes to understanding that “No man is an island.”
W. O. Belfield, Jr.