Highest Ranking NSA Whistle-Blower Of All Time Addresses The UFO Question – See What He Had To Say

Just as Edward Snowden made huge headlines (and still is) all over the world, William Binney did the same in 2001 when he resigned from the National Security Agency (NSA) after 9/11 and blew the lid on an NSA mass surveillance program.

nsa-ufo-reveal-featured-imageHe worked for the agency for more than thirty years, and was the leading code-breaker against the Soviet Union during the Cold War. He’s had quite the run, starting in 2002 when he let the public know of a system ( ‘trailblazer’) intended to analyze data carried on communication networks (like the internet). He exposed the agencies eavesdropping program and has faced harassment from the FBI, NSA and more. He has been in and out of the court room ever since he decided to resign and blow the whistle.

Here is a quick Wiki write up about him, a simple Google search will confirm who he is for those who have never heard of him.

Binney was recently interviewed on 9/11 Free Fall Radio, where he said:

“We selectively ignore basic facts. What I mean by a basic fact is something that’s just there that needs to be addressed, even if they can’t explain it they should have said “we can’t explain this but it’s there” so they at least recognize that this basic fact existed. My problem is, just like the UFO thing, unless they start addressing these kinds of things, peoples observations or basic measurements or factual evidence that simply exists, unless they start addressing them there’s always  going to be questions, especially now with the government, how much trust do you have with this government? They’ve been spying, putting whistle blowers in jail, torturing, and giving immunity to people who commit these kinds of crimes, how much trust can you put in a government like that? When you selectively ignore these kids of things…..”(source 10-12 minute mark)

Read the full article on Collective Evolution here.

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5 comments

  1. Very kind and brave of him to mention the ‘UFO thing’. Putting himself on the line when he has already had to face a lot of big opposition.

    The amount of evidence, recorded on video, radar, anecdotal etc. from all around the world in the last 100 years is staggering. Normally more than worth very serious and deep investigation. And yet the whole subject has been hijacked and warped in such a way that most people don’t even seriously call for investigation.

    It seems the best way to move addressing this issue forward is by one’s own investigations. As well as teaming up with others to do this. What Steven Greer is doing with his global CE-5’s is great imo. Where people get together in person and all around the world, connected through the internet, and try to contact extraterrestrial civilizations through remote viewing and meditation techniques.

  2. Very reflective statement from William Binney. Interesting how the truth is so simple and basic, and yet the media and politics cloud it with obscurity and deceit.

  3. Good to have people like Binney share what they’ve seen and heard — helps to turn the discussion from “do they exist?” to the long overdue “who are they and what are they here for?”…

  4. Very interesting and conclusive article, im actually very surprised that people still doubt that UFO and ETs are real considering all the evidence out there

    Such a pity that we are more likely to hold up a gun to someone rather than extend our hand of friendship , just because we feel threatened that there more advanced and dont understand : (

  5. William Binney brought up a really good point, ‘something that’s just there that needs to be addressed, even if they can’t explain it they should have said “we can’t explain this but it’s there” so they at least recognize that this basic fact existed.’

    I have not done any substantial research on the UFO topic to be able to comment on it, but I think that this is point is also relevant on a personal-life-basis. There are plenty of issues that we don’t have answers for and are hiding/ignoring them because of that, and sometimes by just recognizing the presence of an issue is a step towards its solution.

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