Former US president Ronald Reagan asked Mikhail Gorbachev for help to fight an Alien Invasion
Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States from 1981 to 1989. Prior to his presidency, he served as the 33rd Governor of California from 1967 to 1975, following a career as an actor and union leader in Hollywood.
It is not a secret that sensationalist journalism has talked about Ronald Reagan’s fascination with astrology and extraterrestrial life for a long time, even though mainstream media never gave the subject much importance, the truth is that Ronald Wilson Reagan became the first president of the United States to speak publicly about the possibility of an alien invasion.
This was during a speech to the United Nations in 1987. Towards the end of his speech to the Forty-second Session on September 21, 1987, the President said that, “in our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. “I occasionally think,” continued Reagan, “how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask” “is not an alien force ALREADY among us?” The President now tries to retreat from the last bold statement by posing a second question: “What could be more alien to the universal aspirations of our peoples than war and the threat of war?”
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Prior to becoming the President of the United States, Reagan was governor of California, and in one occasion, he claimed to have seen a UFO. Ronald and his wife Nancy were traveling to a casual dinner with friends in Hollywood. The guests arrived with the exception of Reagan, who arrived half an hour later. When asked why he had arrived late, Reagan replied they had seen a UFO over the coast.
Call it whatever you want, but some believe that former president Ronald Reagan asked help from Mikhail Gorbachev, who was the eighth and last leader of the Soviet Union, to fight off an alien invasion that threatened the entire planet during a peace summit in Geneva in 1980.
Gorbachev himself confirmed the conversation in Geneva during an important speech on February 17, 1987, in the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, to the Central Committee of the USSR’s Communist Party:
“At our meeting in Geneva, the U.S. President said that if the earth faced an invasion by extraterrestrials, the United States and the Soviet Union would join forces to repel such an invasion. I shall not dispute the hypothesis, though I think it’s early yet to worry about such an intrusion…” – Mikhail Gorbachev
“I’ve often wondered,” “what if all of us in the world discovered that we were threatened by an outer — a power from outer space, from another planet.” And then he emphasized his theme that this would erase all the differences, and that the “citizens of the world” would “come together to fight that particular threat…” Ronald Reagan.
In the book written by Dr. Clarke, it seems that Reagan hosted a private screening of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” in 1982 with Stephen Spielberg in the White House, among the guests was Spielberg, several astronauts and UFO experts. But most surprising was that during the end credits the former president said: “There are a number of people in this room who know that everything on that screen is true.”
Dr. Clarke, even with all the evidence, remained skeptical and believes that Reagan was overly dismayed by nuclear weapons and its approach to Gorbachev was inspired by the 1951 film The Day the Earth Stood Still by Robert Wise.