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Has Russian Prime Minister Confirmed Aliens? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Saturday, 08 December 2012 17:01




Did the Russian Prime Minister and former President Dmitry Medvedev disclose the Top Secret information that we are being visited by aliens?

Here's the latest.

Watch this article daily as I will update the information.

Update 1

This Medvedev comment about the fact that aliens are a reality is similar to June 27, 1981 when President Ronald Reagan disclosed that the idea of ETs visiting the earth was reality. According to Steven Spielberg who was in the theatre room

He just stood up and he looked around the room, almost like he was doing a headcount, and he said, “I wanted to thank you for bringing E.T. to the White House. We really enjoyed your movie,” and then he looked around the room and said, “And there are a number of people in this room who know that everything on that screen is absolutely true.”

Like the Reagan statement in front of 40 very prominent Americans who were in the theatre with Reagan and Spielberg, the major media will probably ignore the story or write it up as a joke. One possible example of why this will happen was hinted at in a recent book by CIA agent Chase Brandon who wrote in his science fiction book "The Cryptos Conundrum"   

William Colby served as CIA director in both the Nixon and Ford administrations. When he'd been replaced as Agency head two years ago by George H. W. Bush, one of Colby's parting, public comments had been, "The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media..."

Update 2

Here is a good video link of Medvedev answering the alien question. It does not appear from this video that he was joking around

Update 3

Thanks to Neil Gould in Hong Kong for this related article about President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov contacting Medvedev to investigate his UFO experience

Here is a video of President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov talking about his alien abduction

Update 4

From Russian researcher Paul Stonehill in reply to a question by Giuliano Marinkovic

Greetings, Mr. Marinkovic.

From my review of the most recent reaction to Medvedev's pronouncement among Russian UFO researchers, he made a joke. I tend to agree with this assessment. Wry Russian humor. Let's see what develops. I will update you and others.
Have a great week.

Lest people make the wrong conclusion:

Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was really making a joke in his statement about aliens; this is the opinion of reputable Russian and Ukrainian UFO researchers and authors of UFO phenomenon books. One of them questions the reason Medvedev was asked this question: Medvedev was surprised, and as a result, made a crude mistake. He thinks some of the elements of the question are missing. But my colleague believes Medvedev made a joke.

One of my Ukrainian colleagues mentioned that no one in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States,  a regional organization whose participating countries are former Soviet Republics, formed during the breakup of the Soviet Union) perceives it anything other than a joke, and the style of this humor is very much Medvedev’s.

Yet another prominent Russian ufologist, Vadim Chernobrov, told me that this was certainly a brilliant joke, and example of how it is possible, under conditions of the glasnost*, to evade answering a precise question. 

*Glasnost was Gorbachev’s policy that called for increased openness and transparency in government institutions and activities in the Soviet Union.

Paul Stonehill

Researcher and lecturer

Author of Paranormal Mysteries of Eurasia

Co-author of Russia’s Roswell Incident and other books with Philip Mantle

Update 5

The Moscow Times today reported on the anger by Soviet officials of the leak of the post interview questions by reporters of Medvedev on Friday. Strangely there was no discussion of the alien question that had been watched closely by UFO researchers around the world.

So far there have been no comments from researchers at the Moscow Times site.

Update 6

The UK Telegraph and Wall Street Journal have picked up the story of the cameras that continued to roll after the Medvedev interview by fiove reporters. The two newspapers mention an remark Medvedev made about Putin coming late to meetings which apparently may cause him some trouble. Both pick up on Medvedev referring to investigators as "bastards" after the raided a film crew doing a documentary on the opposition. Neither paper made any mention of the alien remark comments. Of interest in the Wall Street Journal blog article is that Medvedev's spokesman was confronted with the five minute post interview leaked audio - "A spokeswoman for Mr. Medvedev declined to comment 'on eavesdropped conversations.'"

The alien comments are still alive. No one has denied them yet.

Update # 7

There has been some official comments related to the Medvedev "alien" comments. They will be reported on as soon as all researchers involved have reported in. Hopefully this will be within a week.

Update #8

Some interesting material this morning from Robert who runs Exopolitics Germany

I had Medvedev’s statement independently translated and verified by two Russian-speaking translators. The subtitles are more or less accurate. When the first video popped up, I was astonished because his answer to the relatively short reporter question appears quite elaborate and serious. I was wondering how Medvedev could come up with such a complex answer in such a short time. However, shortly afterwards, I was informed about another video which is longer at the beginning. There you can see the complete reporter question, which is:

“Most people are of the opinion that the newly-elected president receives a lot of files”… (here you can see Medvedev starting to laugh) “…with ‘Top Secret’ written on it…” (Medvedev serious again) “…and that all the secrets of the world are contained therein, and that you know absolutely everything. Now, for example, have extraterrestrials visited the Earth?”

Having seen that video (which was previously posted here but now has disappeared:, I am now convinced that Medvedev was joking, because you see him laugh when the reporter asks her question and also, because that complete question explains how Medvedev could prepare such an elaborate answer. It seems the first YouTube user video edited out the first part of the reporter question on purpose, maybe to make us think that Medvedev was serious.

You can find my article on it here (please use Google Translate):

Update # 9

Thanks to Oleg at the Exopolitics Institute we have a video that clearly show Dmitry Medvedev to have a straight face and sense of humor. Everyone interested in the Medvedev statement must watch this.

Russian Embassies have been contacted for comments on the Medvedev statemnt. One reply is back and we are waiting for the second one.

Update #10

Medvedev on Outer Space

“Sometime we will be able to conquer other planets, other stellar systems. I don’t know how soon will we be able to achieve that, but I think that mankind will always try to follow these two approaches simultaneously – on the one hand, the dream of exploring outer space, and, on the other hand, a truly pragmatic approach to outer space, which may bring both scientific and practical benefits."

Update #11

Some members of the European Union (EU) Parliament apparently were influenced by Medvedev's remarks, and want the issue raised in the EU parliament. The key member has been contacted and an update will be provided as soon as I have details of what they would like to do.

Update #12

The female reporter who asked the alien question of Dmitry Medvedev was Marianna Maksimovskaya one of the Marianna Maksimovskayatop people at the REN-TV network which is the largest private broadcaster in Russia

of October 2011, Maksimovskaya was still in charge of news broadcasts on REN TV. Due to her activities, the channel remains arguably Russia's the only major TV outlet with liberal views, discussing the problem of state censorship and showing interviews with leaders of the political fringe.
The question that has not been answered yet, is did REN request that this question be asked, and was there a follow-up by the reporter to determine if Medvedev was telling the truth or just joking.
Update #13
UFO researcher Dr. Bruce Maccabee reports, "I was interviewed back in November by a person working for REN TV and doing a documentary on UFOs."
Update #14
The Russian documentary "Men in Black" that Dmitry Medvedev may have been referring to when asked the alien question was made by the same TV network (REN-TV) that employed Marianna Maksimovskaya who asked the "alien" question earlier this month.
The fact that Dr. Bruce Maccabee was just interviewed for what appears to be another UFO documentary being created by REN-TV indicates that the alien question put to Medvedev may be dealt with in the new documentary.
Last Updated on Thursday, 20 December 2012 22:56
Obama Faces Successful "Death Star" Petition PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Sunday, 16 December 2012 14:38

The votes are in and there are more than 25,000. The White House will be forced to reply to a petition posted at "We the People" site at the White House Website. The petition asks for a "death star" space-superiority platform and weapon system. (The number required for a White House reply was only 5,000 until Steven Bassett got 5,000 signatures on a petition asking the U.S. government to acknowledge formally that aliens have visited Earth and to disclose any intentional withholding of government interactions with extraterrestrial beings. At that point the White House changed the rules raising the number of signatures required to 25,000)

As defined by Wikipedia "The Death Star is a fictional moon-sized spacestation and superweapon appearing in the Star Wars movies and expanded universe. It is capable of destroying a planet with a single destructive energy beam."

The success of this vote is  another reminder in addition to the recent tragedy in Connecticut that weapons are a key component of American society. The success of this petition drive harkens back to the warning made by President Dwight Eisenhower who stated in his final White House speech

"In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of  unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial   complex.  The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced  power exists and will persist.

  We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties  or democratic processes.  We should take nothing for granted.  Only an  alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the  huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful  methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together."

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 December 2012 15:23
Medvedev Updates on Radio Tonight PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Monday, 10 December 2012 22:13

I will be appearing on the Jerry Pippen show tonight December 10th at 6 central for a couple minutes to provide the latest updates on the Medvedev story.

I will also be appearing as a guest this evening on The Fenton Perspective, on Revolution Radio at 7pm central with Lorien Fenton. Time is 8pm Eastern.

Atheism and the State of UFO Disclosure PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Saturday, 01 December 2012 04:22

While jogging the other night I was listening to a podcast interview of atheist Victor Stenger by Skeptiko radio host Alex Tsakiris. It turned out to be very enlightening.

Stenger is adjunct Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado and Professor Emeritus in Physics and Astronomy for the University of Hawaii. He’s also a very successful author, having published 11 books including the 2007 New York Times Bestseller, God: The Failed Hypothesis. How Science Shows That God Does Not Exist, and his latest book, God and the Folly of Faith.

The main part of the interview dealt with Near Death Experiences (NDEs) and a debate over whether consciousness is part of the brain or something separate from the brain and waiting to be defined.

Stenger defines himself as a skeptic who maintains that there is just a mechanical materialistic universe absent of any God. The appearance of the material universe we know is nothing more than a random series of accidents.

Therefore his position with Tsakiris was that the idea of NDEs being anything outside the material world is ridiculous and unproven. Most importantly to this paper, Stenger stated that the idea of NDE being anything other than being caused by the chemistry of the brain is “Not part of the mainstream.” By this statement he implied that he is the mainstream and Tsakiris is on the fringe. (Fringe is a word that the UFO community has heard many times)

Last Updated on Saturday, 01 December 2012 16:51
More on the 1954 UFO Satellites PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Thursday, 29 November 2012 22:10

As mentioned in the article on Eisenhower’s Alien Encounters: Part 2 Eisenhower is rumored to have met with the aliens at Muroc AFB at the same time as government scientists at White Sands were tracking two mysterious satellites, and at the same time that intelligence officials were closely tracking two stories of American citizens who claimed to have been in contact with the two mysterious satellites.

Added to that evidence is more supporting evidence for the existence of the two satellites and the fact that the government carried out a plan to kill the story, which history shows did occur.

The additional evidence is found in an article titled Captain Orville Hints Censorship of Satellites Story. The article is from “The UFO Investigator” Vol. 1 #3 January 1958

Last Updated on Friday, 30 November 2012 00:31
1954 Mysterious satellite Audio PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Wednesday, 28 November 2012 00:30

Listen to a unique audio from 1954 - from a national radio broadcaster Frank Edwards describing two mysterious satellites discovered by the United States government, and secret research being done on Mars.

The complete story about these satellites and how the USAF and CIA killed the story is found at



Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 04:56
Obama, UFOs, and the First 100 Days PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 03:42

Since Franklin D. Roosevelt pioneered the concept of “the first 100 days” in 1933 at the height of the depression it is generally believed that at the beginning of every new White House administration there is a 100 day window where the President is believed to have support from his recent electoral victory to put through his agenda in congress. Usually the President moves on difficult divisive issues or issues that are unpopular. Once the 100 days passes people tire, the victory is forgotten, and support tends to slip.

So what are the chances that Obama will use the first 100 days of his second term to move on the UFO issue?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 November 2012 03:47
Eisenhower and His Alien Contacts: Part 2 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Grant Cameron   
Sunday, 25 November 2012 19:05
The 1954 story of Ike meeting with aliens at Muroc AFB is only one of many high-level government alien encounter stories that were reported that year. It may be significant to note that1954 was the only year that such multiple contact stories were told.

1954 found similar documented alien encounters with high level officials in America, Canada and the United Kingdom. In April the Soviet Union indicated that they might also be in contact when they publicly announced that they had set up a “permanent interdepartmental commission for interplanetary communication”, headed up by leading Russian physicist and later Nobel Prize winner Pyotr Kapitsa.” [1]

Last Updated on Sunday, 25 November 2012 20:41
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