posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 11:46 PM
During the late 40's and early 50's when media attention towards the buzz surrounding the UFO phenomenon, many international figures became
sincerely interested. One of them was a man called Winston Churchill, whom some of you might recognise to have been the war-time Prime Minister of
Churchill fired off a memo to his advisers in the wake of fresh UFO sightings in the United States. 'What does all this stuff about
flying saucers amount to? What can it mean? What is the truth?' Churchill wrote. Whether it was the sincere belief there or not, the response to
Churchill was that there was nothing of military significance to the subject, referring to the American's study of the phenomenon.
When the natural question is asked why the United States government would even hide the truth behind the UFO's in the first place, the common answer
is that it would have complicated the post-war politics in a time where there was considerable anxiety over Russia's growing influence in post-Nazi
territories in Europe. The ramifications of admitting to have retrieved sophisticated technology would have meant an acceleration towards the Cold
War, if not the mutual sharing of power to every nation on Earth. Unacceptable in the eyes of the US. However what doesn't make sense is that in
common UFOlogy it is understood that the Russians themselves retried crashed vehicles decades afterwards. Yet seemingly having knowledge that we are
not alone and being visited had no affect on geopolitics. Fast forward to today and there are reported coverups in every continent on Earth, and
interestingly involving nations of every spectrum - from the far East to Latin America. In fact it is believed certain world governments are in
cahoots over the UFO subject. That would be the natural conclusion if we are to accept that they have learnt these lights in the skies are more than
However that conclusion, the 'exopolitics' yet again seemingly has no impact on geopolitics. Potential adversaries in the Chinese and Russians still
exist. Latin America still, in financial meltdown, considers itself oppressed and bullied by their northern counter-parts. The British have no global
political interests yet are seemingly believed to be one of the key-partners in crime over this cover up.
They either know, or don't know. The Mexican government a few years back released that famous footage taken by one of their military planes. However
a decade back the Brazilians are believed to have been involved in a Roswell-like incident
yet none of these countries have seemingly gained in anything. Think logically for a moment and if your a small nation that is in constant view of
evidence that could change the world, and you are asked to remain quite, you would be lighting up a cigar with a smile. I'm just trying to comprehend
how this UFO subject, and the belief that they know, can be compatible with the history of our politics and indeed present-today politics. 9/11, for
example, had a tremendous political impact namingly the relationship between the US and some Middle Eastern states. Or look at the situation in North
Korea - where even it's allies in China are concerned that it could spark a weapons race in the region, the world is united in condemnation and
concern. But the existence of advanced civilisations visiting our world, interfering with nuclear weapons etc, isn't enough to trigger considerable
change and unite the world's governments?
Any thoughts on this?