Tom DeLonge, former lead vocalist for Blink-182, recently came forward to publicly announce that he is receiving covert support from senior officials in the U.S. military industrial complex to reveal the truth about UFOs to the world’s youth. DeLonge says that he has assembled a team of ten advisors who have leadership positions in various U.S. military services, corporations and government bodies, who are giving him information about the “deep black” world of highly compartmentalized advanced technology projects.
During his musical career with Blink-182 (1992 – 2015) and Angels & Airwaves, DeLonge has produced hit albums whose total sales number nearly 30 million. His Twitter page, which currently features a Nazi UFO, has over 650,000 followers. It is DeLonge’s broad appeal to the Millennial generation that allowed him to successfully pitch his transmedia proposal for cooperation with leaders of “deep black” projects related to UFOs and antigravity technologies.
On March 27, DeLonge appeared on Coast to Coast Radio where he first publicly disclosed his involvement in the initiative. This was followed by the April 5 release of Sekret Machines, a fiction based on fact book co-authored with A.J. Hartley. A non-fiction book describing the technologies and historical events is scheduled to be released soon. In all, DeLonge plans to release three fiction and three non-fiction books which will reveal all in his “full disclosure” initiative.
In his radio interview and book, De Longe described how the extraordinary cooperation between U.S. military, corporate and government officials, and himself began in early 2015. This opportunity emerged by chance after DeLonge was approached and agreed to speak at a corporate event honoring the head of a major aerospace company, where he made it a condition that he could privately talk with this industry leader for five minutes afterwards, which was agreed upon.
DeLonge made a pitch for the corporate official to help in an initiative to disclose to the world’s youth the truth about classified UFO technology projects. Citing the readily available version of the history of UFOs, DeLonge said that many conspiracy websites had unfairly demonized the U.S. military industrial complex. In his view, the pioneering “secret machines” being secretly developed were ground breaking, and those involved in developing antigravity and other advanced technologies were unsung American heroes. Their stories and contributions, according to DeLonge, needed to be told, so as to restore public confidence in government after “full disclosure”.
The corporate official was so impressed by DeLonge’s pitch that he initiated an extraordinary set of meetings with other senior officials, who eventually decided to support his “full disclosure” project. In Sekret Machines, DeLonge describes what happened next:
I’ve had meetings in mysterious rooms far out in the desert. I’ve had meetings at the highest levels of NASA. I have had conversations at research centers, think tanks, and even on the phone connected to secret facilities. I’ve been introduced to a man whom I call “the Scientist,” and another whom I call “the General.” And there are many more of whom I cannot say much about, but some have become true friends, and all have become close counselors. Each of these men has all held, or currently holds, the highest offices of the military and scientific elite. The point is, I have done it. I have assembled a team of men and women “in the know.” And they all believe I am doing something of value, something worth their time and yours.[Sekret Machines – Kindle Locations 95-100]
DeLonge has staked his professional reputation and career in coming forward to reveal his participation in the officially backed UFO disclosure initiative. So far, he has said he can’t name the officials, even though it has emerged that John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager was interviewed for a follow-up video, which will be released as part of his UFO disclosure initiative.
Podesta has held very senior positions with the Democratic Party, including Chief of Staff for the Clinton White House. Podesta is on the record with multiple attempts made during the Obama, Bush and Clinton administrations to promote UFO disclosure.
However, Podesta is notoriously out of reach to most UFO researchers who have repeatedly tried to interview him over the years, aside from a select few who have the necessary gravitas meriting his cooperation. Now DeLonge has been added to that select list, making plausible his key claim of having received official blessing for UFO “full disclosure”.
It is therefore significant that at the same time that DeLonge has come forward with his claims, Hillary Clinton has publicly stated that she will look seriously into the UFO issue, and that in doing so she is fulfilling a pledge made to Podesta.
Clinton and Podesta’s efforts in promoting UFO disclosure go back to the first Clinton administration (1993-2001), suggesting that DeLonge’s efforts, if successful, will make Clinton and Podesta heroes in the eyes of the youth. That will certainly help her Presidential campaign, which, to date, has not inspired the youth vote.
What lends even more plausibility to DeLonge’s story is that on the back cover of Sekret Machines, an endorsement appears from a retired U.S. Air Force General whose last military assignment was Special Assistant to the Commander, Air Force Space Command. Here is what Maj. General Michael Carey had to say:
Sekret Machines scratches at the surface of “who do” we trust with our classified technology – certainly our adversaries are aware of our undertakings, as they are doing the same, but what of our citizens, our politicians, even our own military. Tom DeLonge and A.J. Hartley create a convincing narrative describing the “cat and mouse” game that is timeless between strategic adversaries. It has existed under the sea, on the surface of the earth and in its skies, why wouldn’t we believe it occurs in space. Our military leaders have been saying space is a contested environment for years now, perhaps we should believe them! -Maj. Gen. Michael J. Carey
Why would a former Major General of the U.S. Air Force publicly support the UFO disclosure initiative of a Rock Star? For an answer, we need to examine the events surrounding Carey’s penultimate position of authority.
In October 2013, while in command of the 20th Air Force, which was responsible for a total of 450 nuclear missiles spread across three bases, Carey became embroiled in controversy. According to mainstream news reports, Carey was sacked because of personal misbehavior stemming from a June 2013 trip to Russia.
Subsequently, in October 2013, Carey was reassigned to his final position as Special Assistant to the Commander of the Air Force Space Command. He retired on June 1, 2014, after being officially reprimanded with a demotion to the rank of Brigadier General. Quite a fall from grace for someone who had served with distinction for 35 years, and appeared headed for even more senior military positions!
However, the circumstances surrounding Carey’s dismissal were far more complex than what mainstream media had reported. Here is how an article from the Parapolitics Journal summarizes what occurred behind the scenes:
In the November 2013 edition of InfoWars Magazine, Anthony Gucciardi wrote an article entitled “Top Nuke Commanders Terminated Following Missing Nuclear Warheads Report” after he had already broken the story on Alex Jones’ website in October. He goes on to relate how Navy Vice Admiral Tim Giardina and Major General Michael Carey were both fired following a secret nuclear warheads transfer that took place (off the record and without a paper trail) from Dyess Air Force Base in Texas to South Carolina…. According to Gucciardi, these two top nuclear commanders suspensions and firings were not supposed to be reported by the media, but an insider was able to leak the story to the Associated Press.
This is where Carey’s dismissal becomes even more suspicious due to bizarre claims by Senator Lindsay Graham, who represents South Carolina in the U.S. Senate:
Shortly after Alex Jones’ InfoWars and Gucciardi, specifically, reported the nuclear commanders being suspended and fired- Sen. Lindsey Graham (who just so happens to head up the Senate Intelligence Subcommittee) came out and said that “a nuclear attack” could come against Charleston Harbor in the event that we did not move militarily against Syria and Iran. He never clarified what he was talking about here. Graham merely said that a South Carolina or New York port could be hit by a terrorist attack using a dirty nuclear bomb. Then, to make things even more suspicious that perhaps Senator Lindsey Graham was made privy to a false-flag nuclear attack that was going to be pinned onto Syria and/or Iran, a 4.5 quake was registered off the coast of South Carolina on October 8th.
Then the author raises what may have really been the reason for Carey’s abrupt dismissal – his refusal to allow a false flag attack on South Carolina:
And, there is evidence from certain military insiders that the Strategic Missile Force (SMF) has gone on the record as saying that the quake was caused by a….(drum roll) mini-nuclear explosion! Could these high-level nuclear commanders have disobeyed a direct order from the president and detonated the low yield mini-nuke underwater far from the devastating effects that would have ensued had they followed orders to ship their cargo somewhere in the populated confines of South Carolina territory? This is my nagging suspicion that (although I can’t quite prove just yet) is certainly indicative of this duplicitous administration and the reprisals that have been made against anyone that gets in their way.
As the author stated, there is no hard evidence to substantiate the claim that Carey prevented a false flag attack on South Carolina, but certainly the official rationale for his 2013 dismissal is not credible.
If Carey was indeed dismissed because of his refusal to participate in a false flag nuclear attack, then were the truth to emerge, public perceptions about him would significantly shift. Carey would no longer be regarded as a disgraced senior military officer, but as hero whose bravery saved thousands, if not millions of American lives.
Allowing the truth to emerge about UFOs, deep black projects, and a link to the covert use of nuclear weapons, would certainly be a powerful motivation for Carey to publicly endorse DeLonge’s book.
Tom DeLonge’s public announcements and book need to be taken very seriously by all interested in full disclosure of UFOs and related “deep black” technology projects such as antigravity propulsion.
Questions will arise over whether the information to be released by DeLonge constitutes “full disclosure,” as opposed to a “partial disclosure” narrative where vital information is withheld for illegitimate reasons.
Secret space program whistleblower, Corey Goode, claims that a partial disclosure plan has been recently negotiated by elite factions. The plan is to hold back information about extraterrestrial life currently interacting with Earth, and focus instead on releasing some outdated “black world” technologies used by less classified space programs, e.g., stealth space stations in Earth orbit, which will still be decades ahead of what is now available to NASA and the general aerospace industry.
Is DeLonge’s multimedia project going to disclose the full truth, or only reveal select elements of what has really been happening in the most highly classified programs related to the UFO phenomenon? While his fictional book Sekret Machines gives hints about what is being disclosed by DeLonge’s ten advisors, we will have to wait for the release of his first and subsequent non-fiction books to get clear answers to such questions.
Endorsements by Podesta and Carey for DeLonge’s disclosure initiative lends powerful support to his core claim that senior members of the military industrial complex are supporting UFO disclosure and the release of life changing technologies. As to whether this will be enough to restore confidence in government institutions for the public in general, and its Youth in particular, much will depend on how genuinely DeLonge’s initiative constitutes “full disclosure”.
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