Friday, February 9, 2018
David Wilcock Update – Tom DeLonge Group Stunningly Debunked: Curtains for Partial Disclosure? – February 9, 2018
Tom DeLonge’s CIA and other intel advisors used a picture of a mylar party balloon from 2005 as if it was a genuine UFO, and raised over 2.2 million dollars in funding from the event featuring it.
There was widespread suspicion of this “mainstream-media-sanctioned disclosure” in the UFO community, and it was just proven correct.
Someone within the group obviously knew this was a fake image. We do not feel Tom DeLonge was in on it, and his silence suggests he must be very upset at this point.
With the formerly-invincible Cabal on the ropes like never before, perhaps this ‘disclosure’ was just too easy. No one was fighting and dying to make this happen, and the media towed the line.
The members of this group completely “ghosted” the UFO community at large, hardly granting any access whatsoever to the people on the front lines of the disclosure movement.
Weirdest of all was how little anyone in the public was affected by it.
UFOs? Been there, done that.
What will real disclosure look like now that the credibility of this operation has been shattered? It’s going to be grassroots all the way.
A STUNNING TURN OF EVENTS
We covered the Tom DeLonge disclosure, including the events of October 11th and December 16th, 2017, in six different articles:
ENTICING, IF NOT IRRESISTIBLE
This was enticing, if not irresistible ‘bait’ for the UFO community at large.
You have a cadre of new insiders coming forward, saying they have the goods: anti-gravity technology from Lockheed SkunkWorks, films of UFOs in flight, and a photo of that same UFO.
Now we know that indeed it is “clearly not an experimental US aircraft.”