Where's the evidence?
- Well, the evidence is missing, that's the whole point. Still, today, we do not have an answer for the strongest UFO
cases over the years. We have all the declassified data, yet the most important cases were never fully declassified. There are cases where witnesses
viewed a craft, saw hieroglyphics, witnessed beings, swore by affidavit they interacted with military officials - yet official files on these
interactions would remain out of the public sphere.
Even after the Cold War, after the walls came down, after nuclear threats, etc-the information people had been waiting for to be declassified were
not. No matter how much people want to 'debunk' the JFK assassination, we still have no answer for it. No answer to the ~80 deaths which are a
mathematical impossibility. If this were all just Cold War activities, they should've been declassified after the Cold War.
Instead, while Rockefeller had pushed for Disclosure under Clinton, and failed (and Clinton coincidentally was investigated 6 times and impeached),
the next president all but ignored the issue. Instead, we were given a new, manufactured "threat" = terrorism. A brilliant side-show to distract the
publics attention, just like in the Cold War. Search "Cold War wasn't real" or "Terrorism Manufactured" and you will net dozens of books, written by
Professors, reputable people explaining how much of a fabrication all these events are. It's not to say some
didn't believe in it, or respond
as it was real, of course, to 99% of people, involved or watching, it was real. To many power players, it was nothing more than a stage show (and
continues to this day.)
Where's the rest of the evidence? Where isn't the rest of the evidence?
- If you go over the entire history of UFOs/Aliens and how it relates
to history, put in context to what we do know
there is many instance of missing data, or data available which doesn't match what happened.
Much of it resides in various efforts to discredit or bury the topic over the years. The methods used to do this, disinformation campaigns, CIA media
control, missing keywords, missing themes/actions/evidence, etc-all of this is obvious. The reason as to why it was done, that remains the mystery.
But is it even that mysterious?
But there is other bits harder to see, hidden behind various "real" topics or events: the Tenth Man Strategy, Modified Limited Hangout, Official
Policy etc. Basically you look at what did
happen over the years. What events we know took place re:Alien/UFO topics, and look at the response
therein. Right away there's a problem, because in the 70s they decided "UFOs are not important and we don't officially investigate them anymore." This
right away is a lie. There were many FOIAs that had missing information, eventually someone FOIA'd or AIA'd the Canadian government.
And VOILA, evidence that basic UFO sightings, we're sent to
. Probably under a different name. This is important because it stated Bluebook #1 never handled cases of National Security Interest. #2,
NORAD is not required to adhere to FOIA requests the same as other agencies, because their reporting was done under joint US/Canada program.
This is just one example. We know programs were in place to handle these threats. We know these incidents happened from witnesses, whistleblowers,
mountains of evidence just short of everything classified related to the cases. But the actual meat & bones is always missing.
The debate is missing:
whether or not some of these incidents are important, do not even make it into the sphere of most government agencies.
The fact it's not even debated, or discussed, or analyzed, suggests the topic alone is so heavily buried it's not in the grasp of anyone besides the
most loyal or trusted agents.
There is evidence not only Israel but others adhere to the 10th man doctrine. Popularized by WW-Z, a Zombie movie, it suggests that if 9 people agree
on something, there is a 10th who's job is it to disagree. To prevent group think:
The Tenth Man Strategy works like this. Where 9 men on a council agree on a plan of action, it is the 10th man who is responsible to deliberately
disagree with it and formulate a plan against it. It doesn't matter how unlikely the plan is to actually happen. The idea is that one man is appointed
'devil's advocate' and launches his opposing campaign against such plan.
You can find cases of the 10th man doctrine working in various governments and surrounding issues, though it remains mysteriously absent regarding
It also has another amazing quality, to complicate the issue so far beyond reasonable engagement or understanding that it has eliminated any attempt
at the efforts of engaging or addressing the issue. In there words, the same type of idea is introduced into any issue or topic, to prevent a the full
force of co-ordinated 'group think' or a coordinated effort to bring to justice, seek answer or make demands from the government.
Throughout the history of UFOs/Aliens there are plenty of disinformation campaigns. Many of the same actors involved in each one as well. The Aviary,
Richard Doty, Bill Ryan & Project Camelot, & just about anything John Leer has touched, as well as Rochard Hoagland.
This is where Limited Hangout
comes into play. When they know something is threatened to go
public, they simply release it, but they do it how they want to
do it. So it benefits those in control. Those running the operation. I would
argue there is signs of this happening right across the board. From issues related directly to UFOs/Aliens, to Government Operations, to Intelligence
Every single UFO/Alien disinformation operation, or where a 'major story' was leaked, or broke, or disseminated, it appears there was a high risk of
it being dumped, so they dumped it. They purposely released it, but also released bad intel, or something attached which could immediately be
disproven. Once it went public, and was 'debunked' by the skeptical crowd (formed in the 50s during the shaping of this culture) it then stopped being
Just think back to 9/11 and how much was injected into the discussion.
Snowden & Assange, are also likely examples of this. Echelon (the original spying program) was not a mystery, leaks also came out on future programs.
On the Keyhoe Satellite, and on Bush Administrations approval of various spying efforts. Eventually, Snowden would leak all there was to know (or was
it?) about domestic spying.
Assange has leaked plenty since Wikileaks formed, but no actual leaks on UFOs/Aliens, and even if the topic were entirely manufactured, there'd still
be background noise. In fact, it appears the leaks have done nothing but benefitted or legitimized the clandestine nature of government operations. If
you contest government actions or object, if you fight efforts made against the public, you are a racist or ignorant, or mean, or focusing on the
negative. The system they devised back in the 50s has bred into a complete worldview, where anything against anything mainstream is now comparable to
the efforts to simply tell the truth back then.
Just like in the emails the real evidence is missing.
edit on 29-7-2016 by boncho because: (no reason given)