Washington – A variety of conspiracy theories about the existence of aliens, widely heard dozens of years in the United States (U.S.). President Barack Obama’s government denied it.
The statement is an official U.S. response following the two petitions that appear in the pages of the White House “We the people”.
The page was for voicing complaints initiatives and U.S. citizens through petitions against the president and the U.S. government and will respond if enough people sign it.
Both petitions about aliens who managed to collect 17 thousand signatures that reads “immediately disclose knowledge of the government about aliens and government communication with them,” and “make an official statement about the presence of aliens associated with humans.”
Many parties expressed somewhere in the galaxy, there is alien life that is not known to man. At least the common people.
However, the White House said there was no evidence of alien life is trying to contact people.
Conspiracy theorists continue to attack the U.S. government. The official policy of Obama’s space and communications, Phil Larson, denied those theories.
He said there was no credible information that says the government cover up evidence of alien life.
“The U.S. government has no evidence of another life beyond this planet and the existence of aliens who try to reach the human race,” said Larson.
No public comment on the issue presented by Larson because there are several petitions on the matter of the citizens, were posted on the White House website.
“The U.S. government does not have any evidence of extraterrestrial life or any aliens who come into contact or contact with humans,” said senior policy and communications division of the White House, Phil Larson as quoted by RIA Novosti.
Even so, Larson said it is possible extraterrestrial life is discussed and explored, not ruled out even it were true.
Larson also responded via the official website of the U.S. government.