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Can govt. disclosure happen one country at a time, or does it have to be global? Your thoughts:

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posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 01:04 PM
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Lets say the Japanese and/or Mexican govt. comes clean tomorrow. Then what? Does everyone else have to follow suit?

Is there some global unified entity that will not release the info. until ALL countries are ready? Is this why it is taking so long? I'd like to think that at least one country will soon come foreword and break new ground.

Just talking about what the govts. know apart from civilian contactee info.

Been mulling this over for awhile now. I would like your thoughts on this.




posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 01:14 PM
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Personally I don't believe any standing government on the planet will ever release such information because it could prove disastrous to their own existence, but if any disclosure were to take place I'm certain it would be global in nature.

UFO/ET secrecy is a global subject even if reports are regional. I would imagine that at this point most if not all governments around the world are in some sort of pact to remain quiet or face some type of reprisals followed by denouncement or complete media blackout of whatever they had to say about UFOs/ETs.

The information that has leaked out over the years regarding foreign power disclosure such as from the former Soviet Union has never actually been disclosure. Just scraps of information here and there which have made it quite easy for most people to ignore or take as a hoax.



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 01:39 PM
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I, and many others, feel the bilderberger group is responsible for coordinating the secrecy. Why else do they meet in secrecy each year? Perhaps even a UN branch.

A lot of information has leaked from mexico, brazil, canada, ussr eventhough it may not necessarily be an official disclosure. I don't believe there will ever be an official disclosure, just bits and pieces of the greatest puzzle ever developed that way people cannot easily claim information censorship.

Free speech-oh yea...gotta love it.

[edit on 7-4-2008 by EarthCitizen07]



 
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