Less than a week after having their Twitter accounts temporarily restricted, UFOlogy researchers, authors and popular counterculture identifies Richard Dolan, Grant Cameron and Steven Greer have once again had their twitter accounts restricted
It’s been a big day on the busy social media platform as BitCoin scammers hacked many verified Twitter accounts with huge followings, such as former US President Barrack Obama, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, Telsa and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and many other high-profile public figures.
The UFO trio, among others, have been making waves online hot on the heels of mainstream media coverage of the ‘tic-tac’ UFO reports by the likes of the New York Times and others and the admission from US government agencies that the footage of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (or UAP) is authentic.
It’s also on the back of what researcher and author Richard Dolan calls the ‘UFO leak of the century’, a collection of documents discovered after the passing of Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, which contained sensitive information about an alleged program to study and reverse engineer alien technologies ‘not of this earth and not made by human hands’.
There has been a significant push on Twitter and other social media to lift the lid on UFO secrecy, although other researchers call into question the lack of first person evidence and testimony to disprove the revelations as disinformation.
In a US election year, already brimming with controversies, civil unrest and a worldwide pandemic – The unmasking of an extraterrestrial reality wouldn’t be out of place.
Daniel is a Melbourne-based multimedia journalist with international experience as an editor, producer, designer and artist at some of Australasia’s biggest newsrooms. A longtime commentator and reporter on internet culture, he now journals his observations on digital life and counterculture for Boldly.