The last few years have seen a major change in our public conversation about UFOs. Things that were never admitted before are now openly discussed, such as inexplicable encounters by the U.S. Navy, the possession of unusual “metamaterials,” and even the existence of a Pentagon-based UFO study group. Even so, the public is far from achieving a genuine or honest “Disclosure.” Can such a thing be achieved? Can the public gain something like an honest assessment of the UFO situation from a government body? Or have we gone as far as we can go, and will future efforts only stall in the face of a newly implemented digitally-based global totalitarianism? Historian Richard Dolan gives a fresh analysis how the rest of the 2020s might play out.