posted on Jan, 1 2010 @ 12:11 PM
All this UFo and Rosewell and reverse engineering unfortunately draws similarities to war in Iraq. The war is never meant to be won, it is always to
be meant to be sustained in order to have the procurement. Remember, that all of us who don`t work for government have to sell our skills, products or
services, and to do that we need a market for that. Coincidentally a covered up secret engineering programs attract huge budgets that don`t need to
fight with competition. where three denominators meet- 1. Secrecy.2. Lack of competition3. Constatnt funding. is in itself a mixture to cause trouble.
It is like running a meatpackers company inside a vegetarian shark fraternity. Besides those are people who work there, and they are interested to
keep their jobs, and to secure a job you MUST create either a natural or artificial demand for it. I believe that UFOs really crashed, and not once(
the same rule as for cheating, if once, why not more). The problem is that very likely unjustfiably big money went into it allowing the funders to get
away with something, because of giving...something.It is very unlikely that an overpriced white world F-22 could raise eybrows over money issues,
while expecting that a totally secret project on financially unmeasurable saucers would attract diligently calculated pennies. And behind those
procurements stand not some mystical gizmo nerds, those are actually companies, like Lockheed Martin, Northrop, General- Dynamics, etc. revealing the
secrets would actually reveal ,probably, a different necessity of procurement level with far less zeroes..... How do I know that? Well, US always
gravitates towards money ,even if it is off the ground/.