'THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL'FKTV.IS - Alexandra Bruce - December 17, 2015
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This April 13, 1998 interview with Col Philip J Corso (Ret) appears to be very disarming in its transparency. At one point, Corso laments writing his seminal book, 'The Day After Roswell' but he ultimately determines that it was "the right thing to do", for the sake of his children and grandchildren. In other interviews, following the publication of his book, he complains about the secrecy surrounding this technology and clearly states his position that he thought it should be released "to the kids" for a better future for humanity.
In this interview, Corso does not allow himself to get led by the French questioner and he fights back to the interviewer's leading questions with very scientifically-rooted answers. He seems to be at very at ease and at peace, in setting the record straight. Corso passed away just over a year after this interview was filmed.
Corso was a member of President Eisenhower's National Security Council and was the head of the Foreign Technology Desk, a rather blasé way to describe the origins of technologies with which he said that he became charged with spearheading the Army's reverse-engineering project, which (allegedly) led to today's integrated circuit chips, fiber optics, lasers and super-tenacity fibers (such as Kevlar). In his book, he claims to have seeded the technology retrieved from the crash at Roswell, New Mexico to large American manufacturers. His book lays bare the US government's alleged shocking role in the Roswell incident: what was found , the cover-up and how alien artifacts were used to change the course of the 20th century.
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