Since the dawn of Ufology we observe a strictly specific movement on its boundaries. This movement is called the need for disclosure. Since the first
documented contact cases there were many comments uttered by some researchers and loosely affilaited UFO affectionados that called for "letting people
know". This movement has grown in popularity since approximately late 80s when the giant surge of ET activity was well documented and reported. The
BBS and after them the Internet became a platform for people to voice their opinions about the subject. And they evolved from loose calls for
disclosure to more or less coherent "disclosure movements" we know today.
Such people voice their concerns for the fate of the planet and humanity as a whole in a very straightforward and naive way. They think that letting
society know the entire truth about the UFO phenomenon is the only way the subject should be treated by the authorities.
Are they right or wrong?
Let us assume now, for the sake of this discussion, that the government of USA (for example) took an active role in researching the phenomenon. There
is little doubt that if the phenomenon is real it must've attracted governmental and specifically military attention. The reasons for this are obvious
and numerous evidence points out that such research was and is carried on.
So now we got one truth - that government began researching UFOs. Where did they go from then?
There were several possible roads to take from there. If they managed to contact the extraterrestials, they might've created some sort of agreement
with them, whose details we don't know. they might've contacted the extraterrestials and the contact ended in confrontation leading to hostile
relations. Or thye didn't contact them and had to gather data about them the hard way.
Either way, the government has put a lot of resources into getting as much information about the ETs as possible. First of all, such beings are an
evident threat. They surpass us in all fields of technology and science so they can easily circumvent any possible restrictions and invade our
sovereignity with impunity. that does not sit well with military. Second, their presence makes the entire social and political structure useless - and
if they're related to our evolution as some researchers think, they could single-handedly obliterate our entire worldview. Such an event would be of
unbelievable proportions, causing entire planet to fall into total chaos.
Now, let's us be honest for a while. Neither us nor the aliens are "benevolent" per se. Every being in this universe pursues its own agenda. The
entire wide-eyed view of space brothers descending from heavens and solving all of our problems is good for 5-year olds, not grown men. If the aliens
are there, they have their own very real reasons and very real agenda. More probably than not they're more interested in well being of their own
species than ours. Funny thing is, our governments think the very same of them. It is a very real, very life-like scenario where we've got two
parties, one on a definitely shaky ground (our govenrments) and the other standing firmly on their Mount Olympus of technology and psychic and
So is the disclosure possible in such a scenario?
From government's point of view, things are way too far. If there was disclosure, lots of dirty secrets would have to be shown publicly. From MILABs
to testing alien technology and covering up the tragedy of abductees. The government has way too much to lose here. They would have to explain several
decades of lies and outright fabrication. That is the so-called "ethical" part. Here comes the "pactical" part: The aforementioned breakdown of order.
The governments of Earth are none to happy to hear that their grip on power might be loosened or completely shattered. Power is like a narcotic.
Potent and subversive, it takes control of you until nothing more than it matters. This can be exploited and probably is by the opposing party (the
aliens). These beings know full well, that the government is trapped. They would practically cause the entire society to fall apart by disclosing
their coverup. Also they would instantly lose all credibility forever. And they would lose power and influence. Bad business.
From the aliens' point of view it's hard to tell. It depends on their motives. From what the researchers have gathered, their plans look rather
sinister. These beings apaprently are not in a business of overt confrontation. Why? Because open invasions are a method of warfare and politics that
lesser beings get involved in. They require resources and you risk losing some of your men and equipment. Moreover, you expose yourself as openly
hostile, with no room to maneouver.
Real, professional invasion and takeover happens in such a way that the invaded party doesnt even know what hit them. Since the entire breeding and
hybridization program points towards full scale "invasion" and exploitation of our species, it must be carried in secret. It's like you take eggs from
the hens on your farm, only in this case the hens are slightly more aware and require more work and trickery to be deceived.
The aliens certainly are not afraid. Theyre superior to us technologically and psychically, and we already boggled ourselves in this mud by not
disclosing everything when we had a chance to do so. We can't blame the leaders who didnt do it - after all, this might've caused an inter-species war
or worldwide tumult the likes of which were never seen before, and no one wants to be responsible for that. It was simply an enormous responsibility
with no event in history to relate to. Complete terra incognita. The aliens know that. They know full well, that disclosure wouldn't hur them that
much. Or maybe they even plan for this to happen so they can overtly exercise power. But not now, not yet. Or maybe they struck a deal with our
leaders: "You shut up and keep the fancy toys, and we won't turn this silly world upside down. We do our business, you do yours". This might even stay
like this forever - them parasiting us and us keeping silent about it.
So what do you think? will that naive disclosure and confession ever happen on the part of our government?
Or will it always be like it is now?
And please let's not take FOIA into consideration. That was a great smokescreen. Throw bunch of non-sensitive docs and let the public chew it.
"Offfically that's all we've got. you could see the papers. We fulfilled our obligation to our citizens. Now get lost".
edit on 21-7-2013 by Jelonek because: corrections
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