posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 11:39 PM
After reading a few posts in the "Aliens and UFOs" forum, something triggered a hypothetical question in my head. If our government knows absolutely
nothing about the unknown objects being witnessed, photographed, and even videoed in our skies, shouldn't they be concerned enough to be publicly
investigating the matter? I mean, these events are happening all over the world, not just America. Along with the observations you even have the
abduction phenomenon added to it.
Despite the decades long ridicule by the media and most people on the subject, I believe most random polls taken currently show an overwhelming belief
in some form of visitation to our planet by "aerial phenomenon." Right there gives the government political support for such an investigation. I'm
not stupid and neither are you, even if there were such an investigation, it would be a waste of money because we all know the outcome. But I tell you
what, if I ever was abducted, I think I'd be just as p'd off at our military controlled government than I would be the actual abductors.
My question is this, do you believe the lack of acknowledgment, interest, and concern by our government about UFOs/abduction is almost circumstantial
evidence they know what's going on to some degree?