Colonel John Alexander #3: Gov't UFO Black Ops, Bob Lazar, Roswell



Colonel John Alexander goes into his investigation into the pentagons UFO programs, and his discoveries with Roswell & Bob Lazar.

Colonel John B. Alexander was the predecessor to Lue Elizondo at AATIP investigating the UFO Phenomena and trying to co-ordinate the government & Military departments that were running UFO programs. His findings were not what you would expect.
His background is distinguished and impressive. He served in the army Special Forces in Vietnam, He holds a Masters degree from Pepperdine & and PHD from Waldon University, He also attended UCLA, MIT, and the Kennedy school of government at Harvard. He joined Los Alamos Laboratories where he championed non-lethal weapons. He has advised NATO, the White house, Congress, the council of foreign relations, the department of defense, the CIA, the US Special Operations command and the national intelligence council.
He headed up a UFO program at the pentagon for the military, he also ran project Stargate with the CIA that looked at Psychic abilities using Remote Viewing and Psychokinesis Metal Bending. He is a personal friend of Uri Geller.
He was also involved with Robert Bigelow at Skin Walker Ranch setting up the National Institute of Discovery Sciences (NIDS) group to help untangle the supernatural occurrences that seem to occur there.
He is frequently on TV on Dateline, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and News programs around the world.
Lue Elizondo from AATIP has dubbed him the godfather of all things spooky at the Pentagon.

This is a 4 Part Series investigating Colonel John B. Alexander – Links Below
#1: Who is he?: https://youtu.be/BEqo_KCJ8N0
#2: What are the UFOs & Paranormal Events?: https://youtu.be/wtGafnnBYNo
#3: Gov’t UFO Black Ops, Bob Lazar, Roswell: https://youtu.be/JIO3tQJqHn0
#4: Final Thoughts: https://youtu.be/cf43ooldPGw

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Wanted: A Science of UFOs | Alexander Wendt | TEDxColumbus



NOTE FROM TED: We’ve flagged this talk, which was filmed at a TEDx event, because it appears to fall outside TEDx’s content guidelines. Claims made in this talk only represent the speaker’s personal understanding of UFOs which are not corroborated by scientific evidence. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers. The guidelines we give organizers are described in more detail here: http://storage.ted.com/tedx/manuals/tedx_content_guidelines.pdf

If any UFOs proved to be extra-terrestrial it would be one of the
most important events in human history. Yet there has long been a taboo in modern society on taking UFOs seriously, which has blocked any systematic science to try to determine what they are. Skeptics will say that is because UFOs do not exist, but the US Navy has recently confirmed that they do, and is making an official policy change to reflect this fact, from ignoring its pilots’ UFO encounters to requiring them to file reports. Yet even with the Navy’s revelation,
the UFO taboo remains so strong that the scientific community continues to show no interest in whether or not UFOs are ETs. In this talk Alexander Wendt argues that the UFO taboo is incoherent and unjustified, and proposes a crowd-funded science of UFOs as a way of beginning to learn more about these elusive phenomena. Alexander Wendt received his Ph.D. in political science from the
University of Minnesota in 1989. He subsequently taught at Yale, Dartmouth, and the University of Chicago before moving to The Ohio State University in 2004. His research interests center on international relations, where he is one of the most cited scholars in the field, and the philosophy of social science. He is the author of two books, Social Theory of International Politics (Cambridge, 1999), which won the “Best Book of the Decade” award from the International Studies Association in 2006; and Quantum Mind and Social Science (Cambridge, 2015), which hasn’t won anything yet. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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UFOs: The Good News and the Bad News | John B. Alexander



UFOs: The Good News and the Bad News
John B. Alexander

This presentation addresses both the overwhelming evidence supporting the physical reality of UFOs and how institutions respond. A central thesis is that the U.S. Government is not involved in UFO research. That statement is made after many years of direct involvement in the field and attempts to interest various organizations in conducting appropriate studies. This includes firsthand experience in briefing senior leaders in many governmental and civilian industrial organizations.

Included in the presentation is a description of activities designed to create Congressional Hearings on the topic. While there was such a proposal from a Congressman in position to initiate hearings, powerful opposing forces were encountered. However, once the UFO proponent group, The Disclosure Project, held their noisy accusations at the National Press Club in Washington in 2001, all existing support quickly dissipated.

Addressed are the basic problems in reasoning espoused by many UFO enthusiasts. Most pronounced is their inability to distinguish between the personal interests of government employees and official organizational involvement in the topic. There are many people in government positions that have had personal observations of UFOs. That, however, does not translate into official programs based on established requirements to either collect data or conduct research on the topic. Despite extensive evidence of national security implications from UFO interactions, and dangers to commercial aircraft, there is a total lack of institutional support for research. Given the severe budgetary constraints imposed by the war in Iraq, propensity for new research is likely to get worse. Unfortunately, we are still living with the effects of the fatally flawed Condon Report.

Recorded at the 27th annual SSE Conference in 2008 in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

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01-03-18 John B. Alexander, Pentagon UFO Search & Reality Denied



Guest, John Alexander discusses his thoughts on the Pentagon’s secret UFO search as well as his latest book, Reality Denied, where he tells firsthand things that can’t happen, – but did. . https://podcastufo.com/

Bio: Dr. John Alexander has been a leading advocate for the development of non-lethal weapons since he created renewed interest in the field starting in 1989. In 2003 he served as a mentor to Afghan Ministry of Defense senior officials through the Office of Military Cooperation – Afghanistan, (Coalition Forces) Kabul. He has traveled to ALL of the continents on Earth. He trekked the remote areas of Tibet including the Mount Everest Base Camp, went to Timbuktu in the Sahel in West Africa, tracked gorillas in Rwanda, met shamans in the Amazon, Mongolia and voodoo witch doctors in Togo and Benin, traveled across cartel controlled areas of Central America, visited ancient temples in Burma, Laos, Thailand, and Cambodia. In New Guinea he witnessed the emergence of stone-aged tribes people who still practice cannibalism on occasion and in 2014 was swimming in the open ocean with humpback whales in the Kingdom of Tonga. In 2015 we attended Kumbe Mela in Nashik India, visited Bali and Borobudur in Indonesia and was diving on the Great Barrier Reef off Australia. In 2016 a highlight was diving with Great White Sharks off Isle de Guadalupe, Mexico. More: http://www.johnbalexander.com/biography

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