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bob_dunham
12-03-2002, 09:50 AM
i ve read some posts in the past about people being interested in the
ufo disclosure project in the united states. so, what does anyone
think about the freedom of information act or whatever it is that is
uncovering ufo details in the uk?

is it posible that there could be full disclosure in the usa and no
body would care? even if there is disclosure there will always be
sceptics, and no one can make you beleive in something if you dont
want to. at the same time, if you already beleive in ufo's, then
nothing really changes for you either if there is disclosure. so
maybe it will happen and it wont even be a big deal, and nothing will
really change.................who knows...............

Jeremy Weiland
12-03-2002, 10:47 AM
> i ve read some posts in the past about people being
> interested in the ufo disclosure project in the
> united states. so, what does anyone think about the

> freedom of information act or whatever it is that is

> uncovering ufo details in the uk?

it doesn't seem to be anything big. the mod is
basically acknowledging the accounts of the witnesses.
i was disappointed... that's not disclosure, that's
basically an "unsolved mysteries" episode.

> is it posible that there could be full disclosure in
> the usa and no body would care?

yes, i believe so. in fact, i think if there ever is
a voluntary disclosure by the powers that be, it will
be in a way to make it as ordinary and uneventful as
possible. i mean, mass panic is one of the reasons
for secrecy, purportedly, right?

the wild card is if the ptb collective hand is
forced...

> even if there is disclosure there will always be
> sceptics, and no one can make you beleive in
> something if you dont want to. at the same time, if

> you already beleive in ufo's, then nothing really
> changes for you either if there is disclosure. so
> maybe it will happen and it wont even be a big deal,
> and nothing will really change.................who
> knows...............

i've often thought that this is how it would happen...
no official disclosure, but making certain phenomena
more provable and mainstream, while refusing to
officially explain or even acknowledge it. that way,
nobody can fault the gov't anymore than they
personally want to and probably already have. the
question is, would the public buy it, or are there
other forces at work?

l/l

jeremy

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