I haven't read anything about disclosure in my country. It's probably not coming from The Netherlands, but if i do hear anything, you'll be the first to hear it
Originally posted by Tamale_214
I appreciate that an original poster ought to be recognized for their effort in posting. However, closing a thread with many posts, flags, stars and much discussion in favour of a thread that is practically buried and virtually impossible to find strikes me as counter-productive. Furthermore, the argument that one thread deserved closing because it contained an "unreliable source" strikes me as ludicrous as practically every thread on ATS contains "unreliable sources", such is the speculative nature of conspiracy theorizing.
Following the wave of sightings of unidentified flying objects (OVNI) of 1978, the then President of the Council Giulio Andreotti designated the Air Force as deputy Institutional organization to collect, verify and monitor the reviews or the OVNI. To date, this activity is performed by: Department of General Security Staff Aeronautics.
Anyone wishing to report an event correlated to a OVNI may do so using the downloadable forms on the side. After completed, will deliver it to the nearest police station. This action allows you to aeronautics Military to launch an investigation technique for identifying the existence of a correlation with human events and / or natural phenomena that, if necessary, involving other relevant bodies on the national territory. This activity is designed to ensure flight safety and national levels. Once the investigation, the episodes are published in Item sightings of this page and, if it was not possible to identify a natural or technical justification, the incident ranks as the sighting of unidentified flying objects. As for the events prior to 2001, is underway by the General Security Department, a reorganization of the data to a forthcoming publication.
Originally posted by adrenochrome
reply to post by Tamale_214
well, as far as i know, there's only ONE website that ATS won't allow to be shown to link to, and that's "all - news - web .com" [i have to spread it out so it doesn't "(remove)" it] - that's the original site that Michael Cohen works with, and the first one to post that "story"...
[edit on 10-6-2009 by adrenochrome]
Originally posted by Itzamná
reply to post by adrenochrome
Why did they censor that site from here?
Di Stefano will compare the data provided dall'aeronautica with those in its possession about seven of UFO sightings in the skies Palermo alone. "Since 2004, the year of the explosion phenomenon Caronia (the town of Messina were recorded in which unexplained phenomena Autoignition, ndr) there has been a proliferation of sightings - said Di Stefano - and the coast of Palermo is suddenly heavily monitored by alien entities. But is not it more valuable. "
According to Di Stefano is important to keep attention on Caronia and its immediate surroundings: "I think it inexplicable why it is passed over in silence an event so important and that blows away the doubts about the existence of aliens. From the surveys showed that the combustion was caused by exposure to microwave a few nanoseconds of fifteen gigawatts coming from the sea. A strength is equal to energy consumed by a year and I do not seem that there are huge thermonuclear power in the middle of the sea. "
The reasons for silence on the part of institutions ufologist adds: "Probably trying to keep the situation under control to avoid panic. Span is not in the air, the assumption that there may be an alien submarine base off Canneto. On the other hand it could also be a cover-military purposes, are different because the nations that have fruitful contacts in this direction with alien populations.
It sounds like a polemic intended to not calm. What is certain is that Palermo, in the last seven years, has recorded more sightings officers all other places of Italy.