Military whistle-blower exposes non-human arms race
June 9, 2023

A military whistle-blower has come forward to publicly disclose the existence of a secret UFO retrieval program within the United States. David Charles Grusch, a decorated Air Force veteran and former combat officer, has shed light on what he claims is a covert operation that has been ongoing for decades.

Grusch’s disclosure has sent shockwaves through the intelligence community, as he alleges the involvement of non-human intelligence and a “terrestrial arms race” focused on reverse engineering technologies of unknown origin.

Grusch, who served in various roles related to unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs), including as a representative to Congress’ Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, is now blowing the whistle on the covert activities he witnessed during his time in service.

According to The Debrief, Grusch filed a whistle-blower complaint with Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General, providing classified information that he asserts proves the long-standing retrieval of the craft of “non-human origin” by the U.S. government, its allies, and defense contractors.

Grusch, recently, revealed that senior and former intelligence officers, some of whom he knew throughout his career, confided in him and provided documents that confirmed their involvement in a secret craft retrieval program. This program, according to Grusch, operated independently of the UAP Task Force, raising concerns about a lack of transparency and oversight.

“We are not talking about prosaic origins or identities,” Grusch emphasized, referring to the materials and vehicles recovered through the program. He described these vehicles as “non-human exotic origin” and suggested they may be spacecraft. Grusch also made the astonishing claim that encounters with deceased non-human pilots have occurred during these retrieval operations.

He asserts that a covert terrestrial arms race has been underway for the past eighty years, focusing on the reverse engineering of technologies derived from non-human intelligence.

Grusch alleges that multiple agencies have been involved in concealing these UAP-related programs within existing secret access programs, effectively bypassing oversight authorities.Grusch’s disclosures have sparked intense interest and raised numerous questions about the nature of these activities, their implications for national security, and the extent of the involvement of non-human intelligence.

While specific details such as recovery locations and program names remain classified, several current members of the recovery program have reportedly spoken to the Inspector General’s office, corroborating elements of Grusch’s complaint.

The gravity of Grusch’s claims prompted him to notify the Department of Defense about the information he intended to disclose, which was subsequently cleared for open publication. The decision for the whistle-blower to speak out publicly comes with personal and professional risks, as he acknowledges the existence of a sophisticated disinformation campaign aimed at manipulating public perception.

As the public digests these stunning revelations, the demand for further investigation and transparency grows. The corroborating accounts from witnesses within the recovery program strengthen the credibility of Grusch’s claims and reinforce the need for accountability and rigorous examination.

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