Add it to the list of "petitions", FOIA requests, whistleblower expose's, "leaks from those in the know", and the other mountains of such disclosure activities.
I still remember Greer's first popularizing of the "Disclosure" genre of paranormal activities, and remember even more clearly pointing out from the beginning the absurdity of putting support behind a guy who once made money taking people out into the hills to shine flashlights at satellites and called them "Ufo's".
And yet enthusiastically support him they did, and after every "shocking revelation", after every "blow the lid off" release, and even after reams of once classified data is actually released, when no data is presented to support belief, it is immediately rejected that there could simply be nothing to support the belief.
Despite knowing the human ability to create and innovate, the past history of human imagination and culpability, unless something is provided to support the belief, anything less will be rejected.
I have spent many years watching some of the very members of this forum go from year to year, never the wiser despite the endless stream of information provided to them. Year after year, the giant puzzle, albeit one of the easiest ever concieved, sits in front of them unsolved. All they merely need do is connect the dots.
And instead they choose to try coloring it with an orange crayon