Read: Wikileaks reveals emails between Tom De Longe and Clinton campaign about UFOs

Read: Wikileaks reveals emails between Tom De Longe and Clinton campaign about UFOs

By Benjamin Irons

The latest stream of previously hermetic information from Wikileaks concerns email conversations between the former Blink 182 guitarist Tom De Longe and Hillary Clinton's campaign advisor John Podesta about UFOs.

Podesta, who has reportedly maintained a fascination of extra-terrestrial activity for years, held talks with De Longe back in 2015, who was then address by the musician as "the one who interviewed you for that special documentary". He also asks Podesta if he could send two "very important people" to have a "casual, and private conversation in person" about - as De Longe states - "our sensitive topic"; unquestionably relating to classified intelligence about our little green friends from outer space. The full email can be found here.

 Design by UWE Bristol Illustration student,   Charlie Fischer  . 

Design by UWE Bristol Illustration student, Charlie Fischer

De Longe's overwhelming allure for alien activity has seen the musician commit to his "To The Stars" project, which has since become the foundation for the release of his science-fiction novel, Strange Times: The Ghost And The Girl, and award-winning Sekret Machines: Chasing Shadows. But his obsession even extends back to the aptly-titled track "Aliens Exist" on 1999's Enema Of The State, where the lyrics boldly read:

"Up all night long, and there's something very wrong; And I know it must be late, been gone since yesterday; I'm not like you guys, twelve majestic lies"

Podesta has even himself made his thoughts and feelings about extra-terrestrials public, tweeting in 2015:

"Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #thetruthisstilloutthere."

Are we edging closer to discovering the truth about the existence of aliens? 


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