[Disinfo editor’s note: Reptilians won the “favorite cryptid” poll, so here’s a read that you may find interesting.]
Paul Hellyer was Minister of Defense of Canada from 1963-1967, and this was the capstone for what was a pretty mercurial political career. He was very concerned about United States influence in Canada’s economy and militarization of space. Despite this, he was a pretty low-profile figure who went on to write several books about economics. This changed when he saw the 2005 Peter Jennings’s documentary “Seeing is Believing”, and subsequently read Col. Philip John Corso’s controversial book “The Day After Roswell”. Corso claims insider knowledge of reverse engineering alien spacecraft, claims that many equally controversial figures have discounted.
Paul Hellyer denies any knowledge of UFO activity during his tenure in the Ministry of Defense, but he also cites high-level American military people who support Corso’s version of the Roswell incident.… Read the rest