UFOs are making headlines around the world, and the topic is no longer relegated to the fringes of conversation. With recent government hearings and widespread media coverage, the debate has reached a new level of urgency. John Greenewald, known for his extensive work on government transparency, has shared his concerns in a recent article in the Star, available here. He warns that full disclosure of the U.S. government’s UFO secrets could lead to anarchy. It’s a statement that has stirred the community and prompts us to look closer at the potential consequences of unveiling these long-held secrets.

John Greenewald, a well-known campaigner who has dedicated much of his life to unearthing government secrets, recently expressed some serious concerns about what might happen if the U.S. government were to reveal everything it knows about UFOs. He warns that such a revelation could lead to total anarchy. But what does he mean by that, and is he right?

Greenewald’s concerns are complex and multifaceted. He’s worried that if the government admitted to decades of cover-ups regarding extraterrestrial visitors, it could cause a breakdown in society. Imagine learning that extraterrestrials have visited Earth and that their scientific advancement far surpasses our own. It would be an unsettling thought. We’d have to come to terms with the fact that humans are no longer the most advanced species, at least technologically. It’s a tough pill to swallow, and Greenewald fears that it could lead to a loss of confidence in our global leadership.

He also compares this potential reaction to how people responded to the Covid-19 lockdowns. Remember the chaos, confusion, and fear that swept through communities? Greenewald believes that the unveiling of UFO secrets could lead to a similar reaction. He thinks we might not be mature enough to handle such information, that we might react with panic or despair.

But there’s more to his argument. He’s worried about trust in our government and world leaders. If the government admitted to one cover-up, what else might they be hiding? Could there be other secrets, other deceptions? The trust that people place in their elected officials could be shattered, leading to widespread speculation and even more conspiracy theories.

Finally, Greenewald talks about a domino effect. One revealed lie could lead to another, and another, unraveling a web of mistrust and chaos. It’s not just about aliens, he says, but about a much bigger, more complex issue. It’s about what our governments might be hiding, what they might be doing without our knowledge or consent.

These are valid concerns, and Greenewald’s voice is an important one in this conversation. But there’s another side to this story, a side that we at Breaking News Streams believe is worth considering.


We live in a democratic society, a place where governments are elected by the people to serve the people. In such a society, transparency, accountability, and the right to access information are foundational principles. By withholding information, even with the intention of protecting society, governments might be undermining these very principles.

The argument that society might not be mature enough to handle such information can also be seen as somewhat patronizing. We, the people, choose our governments. We have the right to know what those governments are doing on our behalf. We have a right to the truth, even if it’s uncomfortable or challenging. We’re not children to be protected from scary stories; we’re citizens with a rightful expectation of openness.

And what about trust? While Greenewald warns of eroded trust if a cover-up is exposed, the ongoing concealment of information might also lead to a loss of trust and confidence in authorities. Openness and honesty, even about unsettling matters, can foster trust rather than diminish it.

Then there’s the matter of speculation. By being transparent about UFOs and extraterrestrial life, governments might actually reduce speculation and conspiracy theories. Transparency might lead to a more informed and rational public discourse. It could foster understanding, curiosity, and a shared sense of discovery.

The debate over revealing information about UFOs and extraterrestrial life is complex, nuanced, and filled with potential risks and rewards. Greenewald’s warnings are valuable, offering insights into possible consequences. But those concerns must be balanced against the principles of democratic governance, the rights of citizens, and the unalienable truth that we have a right to know.

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