posted on Jun, 22 2007 @ 05:53 AM
Absolutely it would IronDogg! Thanks for the response guys. Yeah it's ridiculous that the article was removed ONLY because of people's prejudice
against the subject matter (their 'reasons' are full of cheap jibes). It was not like the article was a poorly written stub. When I did try to cite
references in the article they were removed as they were 'unreliable'.
How could a person unfamiliar with the UFO field determine that? Some of the videos/interviews that I referenced are obscure and hard to find so of
course those Wikipedians are not going to find them by casually trawling Google.
The John Lear article had also been up for deletion once before. I of course removed the notice but then my IP address was blocked by Wikipedia
So the Bob Lazar article can stay, the George Knapp article can stay, but the John Lear article isn't allowed in? He was at the centre of the entire
Area 51 story as you certainly all know! It does not make sense. Now the Ufology section has a huge hole in it.
By the way, the '1991' John Lear interview
that you are
all discussing on this thread is from 'UFOs & Area 51: Secrets of the Black World' by 2000 Film Productions. It was a 1995 German production
directed by Michael Hesemann
. It was actually one of my references for the article.
'UFOs & Area 51: Secrets of the Black World' is without doubt one of the best Area 51 documentaries ever made. Even Glenn Campbell agrees
) even though he was the only Area 51 researcher who was not included in the documentary due a disagreement with Hesemann.