Former Blink-182 frontman hits back at his critics following UFO revelations.
It is not commonly known that the former frontman from Blink-182 is a devoted ufologist who chose to leave the band, which was highly successful in the noughties, in order to dedicate his time to the search for extra-terrestrial life. Now, it has been revealed that DeLonge is pursuing his mission at the highest levels of government.
BIG THINGS ARE COMING … NO MORE LAUGHING
Last week, news reports surfaced about DeLonge repeatedly emailing Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign chairman, John Podesta, regarding aliens and unidentified flying objects. The emails were made accessible to be public by Wikileaks following the mass hack of the Democrat Party’s emails. News of the email correspondence was met with a great deal of mockery by the general public when it became common knowledge. However, DeLonge doesn’t think there is anything to laugh about. “I am still here, ” he wrote in a Facebook post which has since been deleted,
“Wikileaks really messed some important stuff up. What seems like a ridiculous subject matter to most, is of massive important to admirable National Security Leadership.”
He went on to say that the people poking fun at the email correspondence were ignorant as to the details of extra-terrestrial activity. He said that he had attended meetings and conferences on the topic which had convinced him that something big was coming in the imminent future. He signed off enigmatically with ‘#SekretMachines’.
“It’s easy to poke fun about the topic from an armchair, but unless you’re invited to the meetings I have been a part of, then…no more laughing. Big things are coming. Project is still on, believe it or not, things just got bigger. #SekretMachines”
Those involved in the search for extra-terrestrial life have often found themselves on the receiving end of ridicule and accusations of deceit from the general public, mainly due to the influence of government and mainstream media attitudes towards amateur UFO hunters. However, DeLonge’s contacting of John Podesta about the topic reveals that he is aware of sympathetic figures within the upper tier of political power in the United States. Podesta himself has made some intriguing public remarks about extra-terrestrial life in the past and has said it was his ‘biggest regret’ that he hadn’t worked hard enough to convince others to release the United States archive on this subject to the general public when he served as Bill Clinton’s chief of staff in the 1990s.