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KGB secret files made public. (Blue folder)

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posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 08:50 PM
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Hi, I found this today (news story). The rusians have declasified a program which was like project blue book. They stored it in a blue folder. The news is verry interesting and I hope that you guys enjoy. What do you guys think?


See story here




[edit on 22-12-2005 by Cabanman]




posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 09:17 PM
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Here's some links from the site page:

Related links:
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PRAVDA.Ru Doctors confused over the woman whose heart lies on the right
PRAVDA.Ru Nature programs poltergeist into every human being

Kind of "National Enquirerish" don't ya' think?



posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 09:35 PM
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The history channel did a show on the KGB "blue files". It had some interesting stuff like some well known Mig Pilots pretty much stating they had orders to shoot down UFOs by any means possible. Alot of the reports are from USSR military personal.


Blue Folder seems to be alot more open then the USAF's Project Blue Book which seemed to use every debunking tactic in the book and still couldnt explain away all reports.IMHO its more like the French COMETA report or perhaps more along the lines of US UFO studies like Project "Signs" or "Grudge" I cant say for sure since I have never seen those US studie I think they are still classified.



posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 10:12 PM
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Originally posted by Theox

Kind of "National Enquirerish" don't ya' think?


NO!!



posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 11:25 PM
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Originally posted by Theox
Kind of "National Enquirerish" don't ya' think?

NO! More like one of my favorites
The Weekly World News



posted on Dec, 24 2005 @ 06:55 AM
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If you think that the news agency is not credible then read it from the UfO casebook. I think that this is worthy of discussion and not the subject of ridicule by a few skeptical members who know nothing. This news has apeared in c2c and ufoseek.com aswell.



Re-read story Here




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posted on Dec, 24 2005 @ 07:25 AM
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The site covering this story is of little importance as the KGB Blue folder is quite real and have been declassified for a while. More info on it can be found many other places.

The History channel along with ABC News Prime Time Live have covered this already.

Heres a better source IMHO

www.ufoevidence.org...
heres the transcript from ABC news on it aswell.
www.ufoevidence.org...



posted on Dec, 24 2005 @ 08:15 AM
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Originally posted by ShadowXIX
The site covering this story is of little importance as the KGB Blue folder is quite real and have been declassified for a while. More info on it can be found many other places.

The History channel along with ABC News Prime Time Live have covered this already.

Heres a better source IMHO

www.ufoevidence.org...
heres the transcript from ABC news on it aswell.
www.ufoevidence.org...



Thanx for that ShadowXIX
Good stuff, I did not know that this was declasified a while back. Thanks for the links.


[edit on 24-12-2005 by Cabanman]



posted on Dec, 24 2005 @ 01:02 PM
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To Cabanman,

My reply to your post was aimed squarely at "Pravda", not the article itself.

I totally disagree with ShadowXIX's statement,

"The site covering this story is of little importance....",

especially when an article to be submitted as credible
is put into a table of contents list like this:

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Michael Jackson converts to Islam, takes drugs and moves to Bahrain »»
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Robbie Williams is not gay!!! »»
Square-shaped flying disk spotted in Shanghai »»
TATU: Be yourself, don't be a lesbian »»
Women hoover $590,000 out from casino »»
Let's do it like they do on the Discovery channel »»
Maria Sharapova fights with Anna Kournikova over DVD cover »»
Most disgusting professions: semen-washers and manure inspectors »»
Bad girls are fun in parties and sex, but boring in family life »»
Coffee possesses extremely harmful qualities, scientists say »»
Surrogate mother gives birth to triplets »»
Terrible mutations may turn humans into plants or animals »»
Nikolai Valuev becomes world's strongest and heaviest boxer »»
Mini: From most affordable car to a trendy present »»
90 percent of Russians scared of HIV-positive people to death »»
US surgeons remove huge tumor off Haitian girl's face »»
#####+++++KGB's secret UFO files finally made public »»+++++#####
Blocking sunshine with aerosol may help avoid global warming »»
People of the future to live high in the sky with no natural world around them »»
People settled in Russia's Moscow Region long before Egyptians built pyramids »»
Spaceflight from Moscow to New York to take less than an hour »»
What secrets do your fingerprints tell »»

It's just like I wouldn't instantly give credibility to an extraordinary story
told to me by a person known to have a tendency to exaggerate.

However, when included with this content,

"The History channel along with ABC News Prime Time Live have covered this...."

it tends to lend credibility to the article (well, OK, I suppose you could make the point
that this is 'ABC' we're talking about here, but in their defense, I submit that they do
tend to host shows like Monday Night Football, instead of WWE SmackDown).

If I may submit the following case in point:

Some years ago, three of our good school friends had a close-up encounter with
saucer shaped craft. They excitedly shared their story with as many people as they
could, friends, family, teachers, etc. After weeks of scoffing and ridicule,
the boys were dejected, disheartened, and filled with feelings of remorse and anguish
for having ever told anyone about what had happened. Then miraculously,
the exact same story as told by another group of individuals on the west coast
was published in a newspaper. Did this article vindicate the boy's story?
No, because it had been published in "The National Enquirer",
it proved to be the final crushing blow.




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