Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOsSubmitted by Michael Nystrom on Mon, 03/31/2014 - 16:29
Dan Aykroyd is a veritable UFOologist. Who knew? Certainly not me, until one day last week when in response to the Dark Journalist: Catherine Austin Fitts - The UFO Economy thread, a comment arrived at the offices of the Daily Paul. In the mail.
You see, the Daily Paul exists not only on the internet, but in space and time as well. There is a back network of people mailing each other books, letters, DVDs, posters and othersuch whatnot.
The comment took the form of a DVD, titled Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs (not available on Netflix or Amazon Instant Video, the commenter pointed out) along with some handwritten explanatory notes, which are excerpted here:
The UFO Economy
It was weird to see everyone get so involved in that UFO Economy thread. Don't get me wrong, it was a great interview, but it didn't hold anything too groundbreaking. I have never heard it called the "UFO Economy" but rather know it as the idea of all the secrecy and probably vast amounts of $ being spend on some of these ventures.
This [the Aykroyd film] is one of the best documentaries I have seen surrounding government involvement with UFO tech. While it does focus more on the 'UFO's from Space' aspect rather than the $, it does go into [unintelligible] with some interesting witnesses and testimonies. It also lacks the dramatized fear mongering that goes along with say ... Alex Jones.
If you look beyond that, you still have to wonder how much $ is being spent on space tech programs we don't know about. I think some of our biggest debt is and will remain unknown and is hidden underground, has been going on for decades, and has nothing to do with political parties, either. It is about covering up some large and questionable programs, not just from the population but from Congress as well.
What do you think would happen to a smart ass asking too many questions about $ going to Area 51?
Again, not from a UFO perspective, but simply: How much $ simply gets funneled into 'military projects' at Area 51 without any questions or explanations? More than we will probably ever know. And anyone in congress who dares start poking around there will get mocked and probably not reelected."
It is pretty hard to ignore a hand written comment like that, especially when it shows up in the mail. This is one of the great mysteries of the Daily Paul.
Considering I'm still recovering from some kind of a bug that had me laid up in bed all day yesterday, I decided to watch the video today. Very interesting. And I had to pause it when Aykroyd got to talking about who he'd like to meet, if he could travel back in time. In order, they are:
Richard Feynman, Werner Heisenberg, Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr and Max Plank. "The quantum physics guys," he says. "Because there really is the root of understanding how and why the world is the way it is."
Dan Aykroyd, quantum physics guy. Who knew? Certainly not me, and I never would have if not for this place. Which makes it one more reason that I love the Daily Paul.
The cut to the next section of the film begins with this quote:
remains after one
has forgotten everything
he learned in school."
- Albert Einstein
At one point in the film, a journalist talks about asking Dick Cheney if he had ever, in all of his years of service in the Government, been briefed on UFO's.
His answer: "If I had, it would have been classified, and I probably wouldn't be talking about it."