Dan Aykroyd, Unplugged on UFOs - On CNN Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper Interviews Dan Aykroyd, June 9, 2006 Click on small blue question mark above Aykroyd UFO Movie Poster to see video. Or go to this link:
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It is good just to get on CNN and not be laughed at entirely. I think Anderson Cooper did a decent Job. I am grateful to CNN and that they did not laugh at us. They gave us the chance to talk, less a few edits of what I had to say about Expert Witnesses. Good journalists let the experts talk and report the facts. So here it is:
I am amazed how many people in media can just ignore the Expert Military witnesses in our film, "Dan Aykroyd, Unplugged on UFOs." Which critic or journalist has more flight time experience than Gordon Cooper, more technical experience than John Schuessler, more Military Administrative experience than George C. Marshall, Paul Hellyer, more Space Flight Experience than Astronauts Gordon Cooper and Edgar Mitchell, more Military Surveilance Experience than Ken Storch, More Investigative Experience than I have (22 years, Professional Photography experience, plus several sightings) in the UFO field (plus 200 skydives, high altitude sky dives, night dives, and plenty of flight time), and tell me that one critic disagrees that UFOs are real? What do they base their opinion on, a degree in Journalism? Does that qualify them to Insult our Experts and tell them, "Sorry, you are deluded and I, being a writer, know more about spaceflight than you do?" That is what I want to know because that is what journalists did to Steven Greer's Project Disclosure (now in the thousands of Military, Commercial Airline Pilots, astronauts and Military Officers), and some are doing to the experts in this film. Disclosure of the UFO phenomenon is happening right before your eyes. You just have to pay attention. The only ones covering this up are us, every time we put those blinders on.
Then, we go to trial, and it is one set of Expert Witnesses against another on UFOs. Then you have a Case. But when a journalist decides to write a critique, as if they are more experienced than my Expert Witnesses in Aviation, and they say that this is all Weather Phenomena, Balloons, etc., I just want ask all of you, why do we give them so much power? Don't you think Gordon Cooper, a U-2 Test Pilot, Fighter Pilot, knows the difference between a Ballon, a Bird, and Superman? Why does the media get to tell Gordon Cooper, who was not or ever mentally ill, (had Parkinsons disease) that they know more than he does and are more qualified to make a decision about wether or not UFOs are real? Do you want Journalists who report what experts say or do you want journalists who are so arrogant, they pretend to be the best experts on every subject known to man?