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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Is CIA Crashing the White House UFO Disclosure Party?  

Tareq and Michaele Salahi achieved personal fame after crashing a White House dinner party. Dan T. Smith would like to do the same for disclosure of government UFO phenomena secrets, with a little help from Ron Pandolfi, his friend at CIA.
Futurist, STARstream Research

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( -- Tareq and Michaele Salahi achieved personal fame after crashing a White House dinner party.

Dan T. Smith would like to do the same for disclosure of government secrets, with a little help from Ron Pandolfi, his friend at CIA.

Smith is the son of Dan Throop Smith, the late Harvard economist who served as chief tax adviser to President Eisenhower, and a descendent of the Throop family, who founded Cal Tech.

Dan Smith, inflamed by the abuses of power in the Nixon administration, told me he once contemplated more drastic actions than mere party crashing.

On September 11, 2001, America witnessed first hand the devastation wrought by drastic actions. Smith attaches particular personal significance to the 9/11 events, which he interprets as a wake up call to the eschaton: the final days of mankind.

According to Smith, his sister, a friend of Nancy Bush Ellis, spoke with the former CIA Director and U.S. President George H. W. Bush by phone from a plane shortly after leaving Logan International within minutes of the hijacked 9/11 flights.

Days before 9/11, Smith says he was invited to a meeting with his friend from the CIA. The implication of this meeting, claims Smith, was advanced knowledge of an impending world-altering event. Smith later reported this meeting to the local FBI.

Smith is convinced that his friends in the intelligence world are holding the cards to the end of days. From the outside looking in, one cannot always tell who is ahead.

Smith's goal in "crashing the White House party" is to force the hand of government disclosure.

About ten years ago, Smith exposed his trump card: Dr. Ronald S. Pandolfi, who, according to numerous accounts in the New York Times and the Congressional Research Service, was a high level CIA analyst tasked against U.S. corporations offering technology assistance to China's rocket program in the 1990s. Based upon the Pulitzer award winning account in the New York Times, Pandolfi worked out of the National Intelligence Council, writing National Intelligence Estimates (NIE) for the President of the United States.

Mr. Smith suggests that Dr. Pandolfi is more than an analyst: according to Smith, he is involved with CIA and DIA operations, not only science and technology. Pandolfi's most recent official public action involved tasking the elite JASON scientific advisory committee on an obscure pseudo-scientific cooperative effort between American and Chinese researchers.

A few years ago Pandolfi and Smith were at the center of a strange Internet fiasco intended to associate John Gannon, former CIA man (and head of the National Intelligence Council) who helped in the creation of Homeland Security, with the reverse engineering of "UFO" technology.

One of the benefits of "rogue journalism" is the freedom of bending the rules to the game. This is particularly helpful when some of the party players sitting at the game table work for government intelligence agencies.

Conspicuously absent from this party: The Secret Service.

Pandolfi confirmed to me by email that he was aware of Mr. Smith's desire to "crash the White House" for disclosure.

In the summer of 2009, Smith claimed Pandolfi was acting as an Intelligence Community liaison to the White House.

When I informed Pandolfi of Smith's intention to show up at the White House gate, he quickly arranged to meet privately with Smith at another location in the Washington, D.C. area.

Later Smith reported Pandolfi had left the White House position over excessive politics in the Obama administration.

Now, having exposed his Pandolfi card for everyone interested in the games at hand, Smith once again contemplates a strategy to "crash the White House" for disclosure.

Pandolfi, and his former mentor at CIA, Dr. Christopher "Kit" Green, have been widely exposed by the Internet as the "keepers of the weird" -- the government's real life X-files -- a carefully guarded "phenomenology problem" that confounds the experts in the Intelligence Community.

For what it is worth, some of the files were released as a result of Pandolfi's CIA in 1995, when Congressional action resulted in the takeover of the Defense Intelligence Agency's STAR GATE program.

Smith remains convinced there is much more about the phenomenology problem still hidden in the bowels of the Intelligence Community.

Whether or not those files will reveal anything about Smith's deeply felt belief that this is the end of history remains to be seen.