B/General John A. McDavid Possible Invasion by ET
B/General John A. McDavid made comments for public consumption of the possible invasion of interplanetary beings. McDavid said, in an Air Force approved speech at Milliken University, Decatur, Illinois:
"Before long, people may be forced to realize and accept as a fact that this earth is only an infinitesimal grain of sand in an infinite universe," declared McDavid. The human is one of many forms of life with which God is concerned and others are superior to us. And if this is true, our meeting with other types of existence in other places in the universe quite likely will increase the potential element of conflict rather than reduce it."
Why would a brigadier general have to have an Air Force approved speech unless he was treading on Top-Secret grounds and had to walk a very thin line in what he said? And, we must ask, if UFO's don't exist, they are just balloons and swamp gas, would he have to walk a very thin line and get Air Force approval?Article found here: http://www.nationalufocenter.com/