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Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) July 22, 2009 -- France, Spain, Germany, Canada, Denmark, the USA, the United Kingdom and Italy will participate in the first European Exopolitics Summit on disclosing to the world the reality of the presence of extraterrestrials and how governments of the world have denied this information to its citizens.
NATO Allied Command Master Sergeant Major Robert O. Dean to present irrefutable evidence that NATO produced a compelling secret document verifying the existence of the UFO phenomenon.
If Dean's evidence alone is verifiable, along with the weight of the research from the Summit's other speakers, this European Exopolitics Summit will take world news by storm and conceivably challenge governments to respond to what appears to be irrefutable proof that we are not alone on this planet and never have been.
Originally posted by On the level
Anyone else feeling the falsest flag of them all is coming and TPTB announce that we are not alone, we have allies but there is a mortal enemy that wants to wipe out mankind...
If NATO did indeed launch its own UFO investigation in the early 1960s, and if its report was classified "Cosmic Top Secret" and only 15 copies were printed to restrict knowledge of its contents, how did a "lowly" Master Sergeant like Dean gain access to the highly classified report? Very easily, according to Dean. He claims he was on duty at 2 a.m. in NATO's War Room and having trouble staying awake when "an Air Force bird colonel thumped it down on my desk." (In an interview published in the winter 1995-96 issue of UFO Update AZ magazine, Dean said "this Air Force controller, a bird colonel...pulled this thing out of the vault and he said, `here read this. This will wake you up.'" Not only did Dean claim he once had access to what he calls the most sensitive document in NATO, but he claims that he "read it repeatedly, studied it, pulled the annexes out, looked at the photographs, the autopsy reports...")