President Eisenhower had three secret meetings with aliens, former Pentagon consultant claims. Ex-President met with extra-terrestrials on three separate occasions at New Mexico air base … Eisenhower and other FBI officials are said to have organised the showdown with the space creatures by sending out 'telepathic messages' – UK Daily Mail
Dominant Social Theme: Wow, this Eisenhower was something else – a Supreme Allied Commander with a telepathic bent.
Free-Market Analysis: We have long pointed out that one of the elite's dominant social themes is the idea that aliens are involved with Earth, as an Internet search on "Daily Bell" and "alien invasion" shows.
This fear-based promotion is helpful to the Anglosphere power elite because it often breeds among people a kind of paranoia, which in turn gives the powers-that-be a more sympathetic environment for more expansive government and charismatic "leaders."
The "aliens among us" meme also provides the elites with a great way of devaluing and controlling the alternative Internet media. By planting dubious "alien" stories within controlled media environments that appear to be alternative media sites (but are not) the powers-that-be can devalue serious exposes.
Often these "aliens among us" stories are sprinkled like spice among serious articles regarding the military-industrial complex, central banking and other subjects that warrant study and consideration. Often referred to as "poisoning the well," inserting such stories – articles generally about the paranormal, the Illuminati, etc. – creates an environment where, for many people, every kind of alternative viewpoint is then cast into doubt.
Lately, as we have documented over the past year or more, there are more and more of these stories featuring off-Earth creatures. Now, here at DB we're not going to suggest that there are NO other intelligent life forms in the universe. But we have a hard time with the "here and now" stuff.
The idea that Eisenhower sat down at a conclave with "grays" and plenty of witnesses is just a bit hard for us to believe. It sounds more like a Grade D Hollywood movie than real history. Here's some more from the article:
Conspiracy theorists have circulated increased rumours in recent months that the meeting between the Commander-in-Chief and people from another planet took place. But the claims from Mr Good, a former U.S. Congress and Pentagon consultant, are the first to be made publicly by a prominent academic.
Speaking on Frank Skinner's BBC2 current affairs show Opinionated, he said that governments around the world have been in regular contact with aliens for many decades … It has been claimed that Dwight D. Eisenhower met the extra-terrestrials at the Holloman Air Force base in New Mexico.
The initial meeting is supposed to have taken place with aliens who were 'Nordic' in appearance, but the agreement was eventually 'signed' with a race called 'Alien Greys'. Mr Good added: 'We know that up to 90 per cent of all UFO reports can be explained in conventional terms. However, I would say millions of people worldwide have actually seen the real thing.'
There are yet more reasons for the power elite to float this sort of narrative. Thanks to what we call the Internet Reformation, more and more people are discovering the many ways their lives have been manipulated.
But by adding a good dollop of information about non-existent aliens, the elites can dilute that dawning knowledge and redirect credulous people away from the really important matters – such as how the society in which they live and work has been constructed to deny them freedom and reduce their opportunities.
It's all about control, and the way to induce control is to create these vast historical narratives – what we have come to call directed history. In the 20th century, such directed history was from what we can tell amazingly effective. The elites developed their story lines, hired their cronies to play their parts and then wrote the "approved" history in the aftermath.
The goal was always apparently the same, however. World domination – what's been called a New World Order. The 20th century moved the peoples of Earth a good way closer to that destination. The 21st century was supposed to have finished the job, but the Internet's sparked a growing comprehension – and resentment – having to do with what's REALLY taking place.
We've been waiting for the proverbial other shoe to drop, frankly. We wouldn't put it past the current powers-that-be to organize a large false-flag event featuring aliens. It seems to us that's where they're headed, though perhaps the Internet itself and the ability of people to scrutinize power elite themes has made them more cautious.
As cautious as they may be these days, the elites are a contemptuous bunch. They simply don't believe that even massive exposes of their activities matter much. We see it differently.
If the powers-that-be DO try create some massive false-flag alien episode, they may find people are not nearly so credulous as in the 1920s when Orson Welles caused massive hysteria with his War of the Worlds broadcast. Times are changing.