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The Committee of the Majority
– or CotM as it is often abbreviated... membership lists available to the DULY-ELECTED

representatives of the 110th Congress of the United States.  Squabbling, narrow-minded

and egotistical ufoologists are advised to pound sand in the meantime.


The Committee of the Majority allegedly came into being sometime during the mid-1960’s.  One alleged briefing for black-operations (Majestic) agents holds that it occurred in 1967, when Nikita Khrushchev threatened to with-hold his signature from the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty unless President Johnson opened up the secrets of Majestic 12 to an international group.  In this he was supported by both UN Secretary-General U Thant and Indira Ghandi, prime minister of India.  The x-factor was the fear that this time around, Mr. Khrushchev might not back down as he had in October of 1962 over the missiles in Cuba.  More importantly, there was a fear that the Soviet Union would create their own version of MJ-12 and sign an independent treaty with one or both factions of the zeta reticulans.  Faction 'A' of the zetans subtly encouraged this line of thought, as it would encourage cooperation among the planet's superpowers.

The obvious problem with this time-line is that Khruschev was ousted in a coup in 1964 and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was signed in 1963.  If we were to move the year to 1963, then it would have been Pres. Kennedy, prior to his assassination [allegedly at the hands of a complex plot organized by MJ-12 itself, a decision solidified by Kennedy sharing secrets with America's ‘enemies’].  In addition, the Prime Minister of India that year was Jawaharlal Nehru, not Indira Ghandi.  Hence, there is conflicting information about exactly when the CotM was officially formed. 

This writer’s personal opinion is that it would have occurred during 1963, and its formation is connected with Pres. Kennedy’s assassination, the signing of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and the aftermath of the Cuban missile crisis. 
[Editor's note: recent events appear to confirm the year of formation was indeed 1963.]

see related historical MJ-12 documents here:  http://www.majesticdocuments.com/documents/1960-1969.php

The Committee is formed of 33 of the most powerful men on the planet, allegedly drawn primarily from the ranks of the Trilateral Commission and containing many of the most powerful people in the world.  The original core group of Majestic 12 maintained direct authority and oversight of all extraterrestrial matters, and the remainder of the CotM coordinated international relations and the cover-up of the ET subject. 

The Committee is primarily a Masonic group, and as such was home to several factions of the legendary and illusive "Illuminati".  This group , known by the slang term ‘illumes’ by majestic operatives , is primarily European, and as such is tied to the concept of a united Europe and its "euro" currency, much as Majestic is tied to its monetary unit, the American dollar.  See the Illuminati for further details.

Sometime between the months of May, 2003 and November, 2003, the CotM was disbanded, allegedly at the instigation of a leading member of MJ-12 and to a lesser extent the influence of Dr. Burisch.  It is this writer’s conjecture that it may have had to do with the internecine warfare between the Majestic and Illuminati elements within the Committee and their competing agendas.  One issue that appears to be a precipitating factor concerned the Ganesh Particle that had been discovered by Dr. Burisch, for which a Lotus model was to be constructed that would enable them to be produced at will.  This "model" was to have been made ready by March 15, 2003.  On May 18, 2003, the famous "Rancher Memo" was signed by the POTUS, instructing that the oversight of Dr. Burisch’s Projects Lotus and Staarflower be removed from MJ-12 and placed under the oversight of the Committee.  The ‘bird and clock issues’ refer to alien (extra-terrestrial) and time-travel/knowledge-of-future-events (see DCTP) issues.

Throughout the saga of the search for Dr. Burisch, several former Committee members contacted this writer and made known their support for the Doctor and his work.  Certain of these members were also treaty negotiators at the Tau-IX Treaty Conference for the Preservation of Humanity, before the disbanding of the CotM, and as such are believed to have done their best in the interests of mankind.  History will soon record whether they have done so.

,—Don Deppeller