"...when you stop to think that we're all God's children, wherever we may live in the world, I couldn't help but say to him, just think how easy his task and mine might be in these meetings that we held if suddenly there was a threat to this world from some other species from another planet outside in the universe. We'd forget all the little local differences that we have between our countries and we would find out once and for all that we really are all human beings here on this earth together"

White House transcript of "Remarks of the President to Fallston High School Students and Faculty"
December 4, 1985

In 1988, President Ronald Reagan addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations. The speech has become known as his famous Disarmament speech.

In this address, he postulated upon his "fantasy" of an alien species, from outside this world, invading Earth. Reagan thought that this would unite all humanity and tear down national borders. He also said that an alien force is already amongst us. Hear the audio portion of this speech above.

If this were not remarkable itself, look at this. Before he gave the address, his speech writer, Rhett Dawson, removed his comments from Mr. Reagan's draft.

Reagan insisted that he replace it.





For all people who needed evidence from a government this could have been it

Reagan actually had two UFO sightings. Reagan’s first UFO sighting was made public by Steve Allen on his WNEW-AM radio show in New York. Allen said that a well-known personality in the entertainment area had secretly revealed to him a UFO story that happened many years earlier. As the story had already been spread around the rumor mills, he had no doubt that the Steve Allan who was the host, was referring to Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy. What was all the excitement about? Well, Ronald Reagan and Nancy were suppose to attend a casual dinner party with friends in Hollywood. All the guests had arrived except the Reagan’s. They finally did arrive thirty minutes late and very disturbed by something. Ronald Reagan and Nancy nervously explained to the guest, “that they had seen a UFO coming down the coast.”

Lucille Ball who was at the event and overheard the Reagan’s explanation wrote a book called, “Lucy in the Afternoon.” In the book she describes the event and says, “After he was elected president, I kept thinking about that event, and wondered if he still would have won if he told everyone that he saw a flying saucer.”
The second UFO sighting that Ronald Reagan was eyewitness to happened in 1974, while he was still Governor. Just one week after witnessing the sighting, he told the story to Norman C. Miller who was the Washington Bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, later was the editor of the Los Angeles Times. Reagan stated to him: “I was in a plane last week when I looked out the window and saw this white light. It was zigzagging around. I went up to the pilot and said, ‘Have you seen anything like that before?’ He was shocked and said, ‘Nope.” And I said to him, ‘Let’s follow it!’ We followed it for several minutes. It was a bright white light. We followed it to Bakersfield, and all of a sudden to our utter amazement, it went straight up into the heavens. When we got off the plane, I told Nancy all about it”

The pilot of Reagan’s plane at the time was Bill Paynter, and he backed up Reagan’s version of the UFO sighting. He stated: “I was the pilot of the plane when we saw the UFO. Also, on board were Governor Reagan and a couple of his security people. We were flying a Cessna Citation. It was maybe nine or ten o’clock at night. We were near Bakersfield when Governor Reagan and the others called my attention to a big light flying a bit behind the plane. It appeared to be several hundred yards away. It was a fairly steady light until it began to accelerate, then it appeared to elongate. The light took off. It went up at a 45-degree angle, at a high rate of speed. Everyone on the plane was surprised. Governor Reagan expressed amazement. I told the others I didn’t know what it was. The UFO went from a normal cruise speed to a fantastic speed instantly. If you give an airplane power, it will accelerate, but not like a hotrod, and that is what this was like. We didn’t file a report on the object because for a long time they considered you a nut if you saw a UFO.”
Paynter said that it didn’t end there. He said that he and Reagan talked about their UFO sighting every once in a while, years after the sighting occurred.

At President Ronald Reagan’s speech read before the United Nations, he stated this: “Perhaps we need some outside universal threat, to make us recognize this common bound. I occasionally think about how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish, if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. Any yet I ask you, is not an alien force already among us?”

President Ronald Reagan’s UFO sighting:

That brings us to Reagan’s two UFO sightings. Reagan’s first UFO sighting was made public by Steve Allen on his WNEW-AM radio show in New York. Allen said that a well-known personality in the entertainment area had secretly revealed to him a UFO story that happened many years earlier. As the story had already been spread around the rumor mills, he had no doubt that the Steve Allan who was the host, was referring to Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy. What was all the excitement about? Well, Ronald Reagan and Nancy were suppose to attend a casual dinner party with friends in Hollywood. All the guests had arrived except the Reagan’s. They finally did arrive thirty minutes late and very disturbed by something. Ronald Reagan and Nancy nervously explained to the guest, “that they had seen a UFO coming down the coast.”

Lucille Ball who was at the event and overheard the Reagan’s explanation wrote a book called, “Lucy in the Afternoon.” In the book she describes the event and says, “After he was elected president, I kept thinking about that event, and wondered if he still would have won if he told everyone that he saw a flying saucer.”
The second UFO sighting that Ronald Reagan was eyewitness to happened in 1974, while he was still Governor. Just one week after witnessing the sighting, he told the story to Norman C. Miller who was the Washington Bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, later was the editor of the Los Angeles Times. Reagan stated to him: “I was in a plane last week when I looked out the window and saw this white light. It was zigzagging around. I went up to the pilot and said, ‘Have you seen anything like that before?’ He was shocked and said, ‘Nope.” And I said to him, ‘Let’s follow it!’ We followed it for several minutes. It was a bright white light. We followed it to Bakersfield, and all of a sudden to our utter amazement, it went straight up into the heavens. When we got off the plane, I told Nancy all about it”
The pilot of Reagan’s plane at the time was Bill Paynter, and he backed up Reagan’s version of the UFO sighting. He stated: “I was the pilot of the plane when we saw the UFO. Also, on board were Governor Reagan and a couple of his security people. We were flying a Cessna Citation. It was maybe nine or ten o’clock at night. We were near Bakersfield when Governor Reagan and the others called my attention to a big light flying a bit behind the plane. It appeared to be several hundred yards away. It was a fairly steady light until it began to accelerate, then it appeared to elongate. The light took off. It went up at a 45-degree angle, at a high rate of speed. Everyone on the plane was surprised. Governor Reagan expressed amazement. I told the others I didn’t know what it was. The UFO went from a normal cruise speed to a fantastic speed instantly. If you give an airplane power, it will accelerate, but not like a hotrod, and that is what this was like. We didn’t file a report on the object because for a long time they considered you a nut if you saw a UFO.”
Paynter said that it didn’t end there. He said that he and Reagan talked about their UFO sighting every once in a while, years after the sighting occurred.
At President Ronald Reagan’s speech read before the United Nations, he stated this: “Perhaps we need some outside universal threat, to make us recognize this common bound. I occasionally think about how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish, if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. Any yet I ask you, is not an alien force already among us