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Why the UFO "Disclosure" is almost impossible for the U.S. and other governments

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posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 12:06 AM
Something else to think about might be "seeing it from the UFO's point of view".

Say on one of the I'm sure several galaxy/space scans/explorations we do, we run across a planet with a civilization similar somewhat to ours.

What do we do?

Do we make contact immediately or do we scan the planet and try to get a feel of what types of peoples they are beforehand? Do you think we would make contact if we seen they were a violent people with wars etc similar to us?

What would we do if either by accident or their intervention we lost a craft unmanned/manned?

I wonder if we would disclose that we found something like that.

I think thats an interesting perspective.

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