Paul Hellyer, who served in Canada in the 1960s, is heading a speaking tour demanding that governments worldwide release all the information they have on UFOs, the Canadian news network CTV reports.
This past Saturday, Hellyer addressed a crowd of 400 people in Calgary on the latest stop of the Disclosure Canada Tour.
The 91-year-old first expressed his belief that governments are covering up proof of alien life in 2005. He believes that UFOs are as common in our skies as airplanes and that aliens may already be living on Earth.
According to Hellyer there are 80 different species of extra-terrestrials. Speaking to Russian television last year, he said some of them "look just like us and they could walk down the street and you wouldn't know if you walked past one".
In Hellyer's view, most aliens are harmless but a handful have ulterior motives. He says they are worried that humans may detonate more nuclear weapons, which "affect not just us but other people in the cosmos".
Speaking on the weekend, he lambasted the mainstream media for ignoring his beliefs. "Much of the media won't touch it," he told CTV. "So you just have to keep working away and hope that someday you get a critical mass, and they will say, in one way or another, 'Mr President or Mr Prime Minister, we want the truth and we want it now because it affects our lives.'"
Meanwhile, a new book claims that Ronald Reagan once asked Mikhail Gorbachev for help fighting aliens. Author David Clarke said: "[Reagan] surprised Gorby by saying he was sure the two superpowers would co-operate if Earth was threatened by alien invasion. Taken aback, the Soviet leader politely changed the subject."
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