People often ask me if the visitors take an interest in things like warfare and politics. I cannot speak for them, but I can offer my observations. First, they have never given me any indication that they have any interest at all in our political life.

However, they do take a direct interest in two things: nuclear conflict and the environment. I know this because they have appeared at a number of missile sites but in the US and Russian, and possibly in Iran. They have repeated an environmental warning not only to me but to thousands of other close encounter witnesses. In fact, it counts as the one consistent message that they offer.
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Unknowncountry is not a political website, but in politically charged times like these, the site is being held to political account. So I’d like to outline exactly where it does stand.
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Whether or not you’re glad that Obama won re-election, Here’s something you should know (and it applies to BOTH sides of the political spectrum): Ten of the nation’s 44 presidents likely suffered strokes during their presidencies or after leaving office. Seven of them–John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Johnson, Chester Arthur, Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford–suffered strokes after leaving office.
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