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One of the better presentations on UFOs by Stanton Friedman Possibly his latest

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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 05:43 AM
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I have never watched a full presentation by Stanton Friedman so call me a novice.

The following video has documents from various government agencies proving many things if the documents are to be believed. They were acquired during the "Freedom of Information" hey day by Stanton himself, before the request basically became useless with regards to the UFO subject.

I enjoyed his wit and found the presentation worth a watch. He covers all the usual stories but gives details I certainly never knew of. For those interested watch the video and for those who are not walk on bye.

I did think his MJ12 stuff was worth my time especially with the accompanying documents. Yes there are several fake MJ12 documents floating around as a disinformation counterintelligence operation; but I think he does a good job of naming names and tracing who did what, where, and when. Some of the correspondence from several notable individuals both high ranking service people and politicians is worth considering IMO both for the doubters and those who believe what he is saying..

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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 07:28 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Halfway through and so far so good. I do think it is one of his better presentations. Thanks for sharing.Now back to the show.

I do watch a lot of these UFO presentations on Amazon Prime. One I recommend is called The Phoenix Incident. The best way to describe it is Blair Witch but with UFOs instead. When I do a search on Prime for UFOs over 800 shows or documentaries comes up. I like some but not others.

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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 08:19 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Friedman is a snake oil salesman-he sells the same stories we all know without backing it up without credible or tangible evidence.

Watch some of his earlier work, this is supposedly a nuclear physicist who claims unidentified craft automatically equates to aliens-even I know better to make that call.

I'll put my tin foil hat on and call him a disinfo agent.
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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 08:22 AM
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call me a novice.


If you're a ufology novice, take a look at Richard Dolan's stuff. Some of it will blow your mind. He's been researching the subject for nigh on 30 years. His research has led him down some high-strangeness rabbit holes.

IMO, Dolan and Stan Freidman are the best in the biz.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 08:26 AM
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I'll put my tin foil hat on and call him a disinfo agent.


I've followed Stan's work for decades. If anything, I think he's a truth teller. You can find interviews with him where he flat out owns govt people, debunkers, and what appear to be actual disinformation spreaders.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 09:19 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Stanton was here on ATS in the "Ask me anything" forum/threads. Fortunately, he selected and answered my question about disclosure.

Without quoting exactly he responded (paraphrasing) "why would mankind accept disclosure when we dont even acknowledge each other?"

He has always been on the forefront of educated and opinionated information. Ive never really caught any negatives from him. His opinions were either based on evidence, research and documented and un-documented reports of U.F.O.s, aliens and life in the stars...as seen from our small blue dot.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 09:44 AM
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I've followed Stan's work for decades. If anything, I think he's a truth teller. You can find interviews with him where he flat out owns govt people, debunkers, and what appear to be actual disinformation spreaders.


If anything he's a shill.

Look at Nick Redfern, the dude eats FOIA's for breakfast-unlike Friedman who's speeches go like 'i'm gonna regurgitate the same crap, but you can believe me because I have a PhD' that's like me saying 'I know that leprechauns are real, trust me I aced Japanese in school.'

A nuclear physicist can't explain how UFO's work-a bit suspicious? I scientifically calculated how a space dogfight is possible-that's how I know he's a shill.
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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 09:49 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Thanks for posting star & flagged, will watch the video later.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 10:03 AM
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a reply to: Thecakeisalie

I'm with you. I think Stanton Friedman is a charlatan.

But, how does one "scientifically calculate how a space dogfight is possible?" What does that even mean?



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 05:48 PM
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originally posted by: ColeYounger



call me a novice.


If you're a ufology novice, take a look at Richard Dolan's stuff. Some of it will blow your mind. He's been researching the subject for nigh on 30 years. His research has led him down some high-strangeness rabbit holes.

IMO, Dolan and Stan Freidman are the best in the biz.


Yep Dolan I like his stuff.. We have people on this board who eat sleep and think about this kind of stuff all the time and are very knowledgeable.. I tend to have a passing interest so color me a novice if that is the correct word ?

For those who took the time to reply thank you and I am glad you enjoyed the vid.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 06:31 PM
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the only truth that has ever come out of his mouth were the comments he made in relation to bob lazar, wich isn't surprising, he was a nuclear scientist after all
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posted on Feb, 2 2019 @ 03:57 AM
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I watched the entire video. There are some inaccuracies that Friedman presents as facts. For instance, at 13:30, "Did we ever build a nuclear-powered airplane? No."

The Air Force contracted with Convair to convert an existing B-36 into a test-bed nuclear bomber (XB-36H). It flew 47 test flights between 1955 and 1957, but was deemed too dangerous to the crews due to radiation leakage. The program was halted a full year prior to the time Friedman worked for GE on nuclear-powered aircraft propulsion technology.

Even more strange--at 1:16:25 in the video, during the Q&A, he specifically mentions the Convair B-36 as the largest aircraft of the time, similar in size to a Boeing 747, that might be capable of carrying a heavy nuclear reactor. That goes beyond simple oversight.

I point this out because how can Friedman highlight inaccuracies in several government reports and books as evidence of a cover-up--when he's unintentionally misrepresenting facts in his own presentation?

He is an engaging storyteller; he drops the right names and uses all the buzzwords, but he spent most of his time talking about things that have nothing to do with evidence of extraterrestrial visitation. He showed grainy photos of flying saucers from the 1950s and 1960s that are already all over the Internet.

There was nothing new at this presentation--save for boxes of freshly-printed material "out at the book table."

He's no different than Uri Gellar bending his own doctored spoons on TV.







 
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