posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 10:22 PM
A lot of these photos/videos are dismissed as hoaxes due to possible photoshopping, video effects and what not. What needs to be taken into
consideration is the PLACE (country) it was taken in and the TIME (year) it was taken in because not every country on earth had computers much less
photoshop even up to 5 years ago. Not every country is as 'advanced' as the great U.S of A
Anyway my point is that I think this footage is pretty genuine. I've been to Hungary and other parts of Eastern Europe many times over the last 7-8
years and even till today they are pretty technologically behind the times. And things like UFO's and stuff don't usually make it onto the net or
the news simply because it's not really that news worthy.
Here in India for example computers started becoming a regular household feature only post 2003/2004. Prior to that you'd be hard pressed to find
computers anywhere, including offices unless you're stinking rich. And the few computers that WERE present were barely capable of handling MS-DOS and
It was quite similar in a lot of countries in Asia as well as Eastern Europe back then.
As far as media goes, there are a LOT of sightings here in India that never get shown on the news and most people don't know about them nor do they
care. The main things on people's minds here are 1) Politics 2) Cricket 3) Work. That's all they have time for. The media is more interested in the
first two things and the government is only interested in the first. So 'strange' things not relating to the above 3 don't even register on the
In fact many months ago there were some really strange lights in the sky over the city of Chennai and some people took pictures of them with their
cell phones and sent them to the local media. Just ONE local news channel ran the story for all of 15 MINUTES before dropping it for good. The reason:
No one really gives a s*it. The media won't run anything that doesn't interest the people and I guess it's pretty much the same all over the world.
People see lots of strange things in the skies, especially around the more mountainous regions of India. These things are related usually from person
to person and the few who have taken photographs don't really have the time, energy or the wherewithal to run home and play around with photoshop or
to deal with media and government bureaucracy when it comes to reporting anything, much less something like UFO's.
This footage taken by the Hungarian pilot was in 2001. Considering where it was taken and the year it was taken in I'd have to say it's pretty
genuine. Sure I could be wrong but considering how similar Hungary is to my own country in so many ways I'd say it would be a stretch for someone to
have the time, technology and the inclination to fake this.
Anyway that's my thoughts on the matter since I'm more interested in UFO activity over Asian/African/Eastern Bloc countries.