Might not be a good way… Perhaps notoriety?

Easy. Get called before a US Congressional investigational subcommittee (subcommittee?) on UAPs. Two Pentagon officials are scheduled to give evidence about these things, UFOs as were. The last time this topic raised its bleary eyes was about 50 years ago.

I have a suggestion for the Pentagon. I can lead this, I’m up for the job, and I’ll keep it really short. That will keep it cheap. Let’s face it, a House committee enquiry is not going to be a rickety trestle tables ‘In the Church Hall! Tea and buns after!!!!’ kind of affair, is it? It’s going to cost. Not with me at the helm. I don’t need two people. Let me out on my own to wreak havoc.

Imagine the scene. The Committee chair of the enquiry, Andre Carlson, opens the proceedings.

“Since this is an area of high public interest, any undue secrecy can serve as an obstacle to solving the mystery, or it could prevent us from finding solutions to potential vulnerabilities. Mr Swallow?”


‘Ahem. Would you care to comment?’

‘Not really. You haven’t asked me anything just yet.’

‘Ahem. Are UAPs real?’

‘By definition, I’d say very much so.’

‘What are they?’

‘I haven’t a clue. By definition they are unidentified. Sir.’


‘If we could identify them, they would no longer be unidentified. Would they? Sir.’

‘Do they represent a threat to national security?’*

‘I can’t say. We don’t know what they are. Threat? Who knows. We don’t.’

‘Imagine. Please.’

‘That would be pretty much hearsay and speculation, and that is not evidence in the courts in this country.’

‘Errrmmmm, thank  you, Mr Swallow.’

‘Is it time for tea and buns yet?’


‘Is it time for tea and buns now then?’

Bugger me this whole thing got put to bed last June with a report from National Intelligence. They didn’t know a damned thing either. FFS, ‘Unidentified’ is ‘unidentified’ in anybody’s book, surely?

*It’s always about the military and armaments, isn’t it? They don’t give a shit about children dying of malnutrition in the richest nation on  Earth.