Thursday, December 07, 2006

Pflock on Greer, Disclosure Project, and Exopolitics

Here's a clip of the late Karl Pflock talking about the direction ufology has been headed in the past decade or so, with things like the Disclosure Project, linking UFOs with political issues, and exopolitics. From the 2001 interview for "Stanton T. Friedman is Real."

Again, I agreed with him 100% on this question.

Paul Kimball


Anonymous said...

Plock is overrated, now that he's dead.

Paul Kimball said...



Anonymous (what a surprise):

The one thing that Karl was most definitely not, then or now, was overrated. The man knew his stuff, and was a strong voice of reason in a field populated by far too many people who are not. If anything, Karl was underrated when he was alive, and remains so today.

That doesn't mean he was always right, but I'll take one Karl Pflock over a hundred Steven Greers anyday of the week.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this Paul. It's nice to hear his voice again...

Paul Kimball said...


You're welcome. Your dad was a good man, and he's missed by many. I just wish I'd gotten a chance to spend more time with him.

Best regards,

Anonymous said...

Exactly how are we taking a political ufological turn for the worse today than we have in the past? The only people it is worse for are the politicians! More people and more groups are getting involved today on the UFO subject then ever before and this is bad because Greer is getting groups like environmentalists involved? He doesn't care who gets involved as long as the main goal is accomplished and that is DISCLOSURE! People from the 40's, 50's, 60's are now old and retired or dieing and they are finally coming clean with informatin they have been hiding for decades. Did Pflock think he's making up the free energy concept just to get people involved?? Greer is taking information he has received and still does receive and is trying to go up the chain of command and find out the truth for everyone! He could have stayed a surgeon and lived the wealthy life but he chose to fight for the truth.