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originally posted by: jimmyx
to me....this is the proof we've all been waiting for.......as has been expressed in the previous posts, the NSA "losing" files on such an important topic as "other world contact" is so unbelievable that it can mean only one thing...they're real...no government worker, not even an incompetent, half-witted government worker, would possibly do that, it's just too important and historic......just as don't believe in the tooth fairy, I don't believe they "lost" the files, they gave us the "BIG REVEAL"
originally posted by: stirling
Check out Fredd chrisman as one of the bishops of the orthodox catholic church....Several key spooks were bishops in the church of which edgar hoover was a board member......very complicated stuff....and no congregations...just bishops....
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: karl 12
Now THAT is some alpha class, top notch, one hundred and ten percent pure, WIFI connectivity compatible, weapons grade BS.
originally posted by: Xtraeme
The story is not gone yet.
It is also worthy of noting that Air Force Blue Book recorded 2,344 sightings in the 1947 through 1952 time period. Special Report Number 14 said that the Air Force recorded 3,201 reports. This is nearly one thousand more reports than listed by Blue Book.
In a 1952 LOOK article, Ruppelt mentions a file of 63 cases of UFOs over nuclear installations, but such a file is not in currently declassified Blue Book files.
originally posted by: Zcustosmorum
a reply to: karl 12
Looks like some folks are trying really, really hard to keep the truth from getting into the public domain. So what might that truth be?
Perhaps it might be a society game changer, perhaps that doesn't suit those that own society.
If we are expected to believe that ALL of the UFO reports were top secret aircraft, that's difficult to believe in itself, but if they were then why not just say it, acting suspiciously with them is just going to bring a lot more scrutiny.
I don't buy into the "society couldn't handle it" aspect, unless it truly is something I haven't considered, something beyond my comprehension, how bad could it be?
originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
You will NEVER have the NSA say they lost recordings of you making death threats to someone.
You will NEVER have the IRS forgive your debt because they can't find the proper paperwork.