posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 05:30 PM
reply to post by ROBL240
You are absolutely right, we get files containing sketches and eye witness reports - the newly released 80's files include (according to the link)
the reports on Brazil's "Night of the UFO's" in 1986, when 21 spherical objects that were 100ft. in diameter "jammed the airspace" above
Brazil's major airports - including Sao Paolo and Rio - for more than an hour. These Objects were detected on radar, were seen from the ground and
air, and were chased by Mirage and F-5 jets. Watershed moment, right? History making....Yet the released files are only a collection of written
reports, sketches and some radar data....no photos, no gun camera footage....now we know that both of those planes have gun cameras - where is it?
Certainly no Brazilian military technology/methods/tactics from 1986 can still be classified at this point...so why don't we get the footage released
with the file? Maybe the pilots didn't think it was an important event (happens every day, right?).
Just be conscious about the possiblity that this is some sort of delaying tactic, release just enough to keep the dogs off...or an attempt by
governments to say - "Okay, there you go - that's all of it" to get the "hardcores" off their backs.
That being said, I think that we can safely say that a common thread that runs through all that we have seen released to this point - regardless of
what Country is releasing the information - is the impression one gets from the files that this phenomenon is of unknown origin, and that we are
powerless to stop, control or prevent it from occurring. If this impression is correct and these are alien spacecraft visiting this planet, perhaps
this is not such a bad thing. Maybe it means someone out there is looking out for us. Maybe it means that we're all just a big experiment. Maybe it
means that we are MEANT to get that impression from the material released, and the truth is something else completely. Until we get the "Good
Stuff", we're not going to know.