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Originally posted by Crakeur
In the case of classified X-Files dealing with evidence of UFOs and extraterrestrial life, Obama’s Memoranda will make it easier for the release of such files in cases where national security is not compromised.
and in cases where national security is compromised, nothing will be released. In other words, don't hold your breath.
Originally posted by Reevster
Lets hope not but this is starting to remind me of JFK ...and we all know how that turned out....
reply to post by Beaux
First post but have been lurking for awhile. No one knows every federal regulation or policy but having worked in D.C. with the Fed. Gov't, I have some knowledge of their procedures.
Originally posted by whaaa
This has the potential for earth shaking revelations that we have been waiting for decades.
This country needs transparency and open government. It's time the taxpayers have some respect showed to them and not just bullied by the PTB.
The first 100 days of an Obama administration promise a number of bold initiatives aiming to reinvigorate the U.S. economy and restore America’s international image. Key personnel in the Obama administration have been appointed to implement and ensure the success of such initiatives. Among these initiatives is the anticipated release of classified technologies based on antigravity propulsion principles that can revolutionize the energy and aerospace industries. Obama’s National Security Advisor, retired Marine General James Jones, will feature prominently in the releases of antigravity technologies and associated initiatives.
Jimmy Carter promised to let the public know about ufos etc.
Some time after his presidency, a producer from a very prestigious news show who was involved in the original majestic document story, asked him what happened to that promise.
Carter responded with " I was told I didn't have the proper clearance"