Stephen Bassett, executive director of PRG International, spent the week of May 3 to May 10 in Moscow taking meetings and giving an interview regarding the extraterrestrial presence issue, the politics of Disclosure and the truth embargo.
During the interview, which will be broadcast in Russian in August, Bassett discussed various considerations that might prompt Russian President Vladimir Putin to make the first formal acknowledgment by a head of state regarding an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. PRG believes this may be the first time anyone has made this argument on Russian media inside or outside Russia.
In addition to the interview Bassett took meetings with a number of groups addressing the extraterrestrial phenomena issues in Russia. These groups included a number of former Soviet and Russian military and agency officials. There has always been a considerable, open engagement of extraterrestrial related phenomena within Russia and the Soviet Union by the public and the government.
Asked why he made the Moscow trip, Basset stated, "Since 1945 the United States and the Soviet Union/Russia have spent in excess of $40 trillion (in 2016 dollars) contesting over political and economic ideologies, fighting proxy wars around the world and building the most dangerous threat to the human race ever conceived. Drawing upon the current proposed U.S. budget, the combined expenditures over the next ten years will be around $7.5 trillion dollars."
"The Cold War," Bassett continued, "has never really ended with gaming, brinksmanship and destructive policies continuing from both sides. And this entire historic struggle that sucked up enough money to have addressed every major human condition issue on Earth has been contemporaneous with an extraterrestrial presence - a presence known to both nations since at least 1947."
"While humans have continued to destroy each other and the biosphere in which they live, there is a galaxy full of life waiting to be engaged. The extraterrestrial reality transcends politics, religion, race, and war. The embargo on this truth has accomplished nothing but delay the advancement of human civilization. Any number of heads of state could end this embargo at any time, and it can't come soon enough."
"What the keepers of the truth embargo either fail or refuse to realize is a post-Disclosure world could be the bridge between the U.S., China and Russia that would permit the necessary geopolitical realignments setting a new course away from the seemingly permanent war economies wasting vital resources and keeping the world always on the brink."
PRG International (Paradigm Research Group) will work to take this message to other nations in the coming months while the United States works its way through unprecedented political turmoil.
[Note: A full press release will be issued sometime in August. PRG will try to obtain and make available at that time the English version of the 90 minute interview.]