Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Major steps so far for Ufo disclosure worldwide - dates reveal pace is speeding up !

As you all know governments all over the world are putting in major efforts recently to release their classified Ufo files to the public. When you see country after country coming forward like this you know something is up..

Are we watching the unravelling of a timed and well collaborated attempt by governments worldwide to slowly ease the public to the reality of the Ufo phenomenon? I think so .... if you look at pace of events of according to the dates below, the timing is just too co-incidental to consider otherwise.

Compared to governments world wide, the United states has not contributed at all to the disclosure effort and its beyond time that they did . Infact its an outright shame that a country that most others look up to has not 'come to the game' on the ufo disclosure topic - especially after President Obama's talks of good intentions on the importance of disclosure earlier this year.

Sadly the US has had to rely on citizens and private organisations to organise initiate Ufo disclosure. The might that is the US military is the roadblock here - the whitehouse knows this but they powerless against this organisation because they have maintained (in secrecy) a stranglehold on Ufo information for over 60 years! (how do you beat that?)

Here's a close look at some of the important events that i consider have been pivotal for the Ufo disclosure campaign so far. (if you can think of any other please respond to this post). As you can see from these dates the pace of progress is speeding up and is ultimately preparing the public worldwide for complete disclosure on the Ufo topic:

4th May 2009 - Brazil releases its Ufo files As of May 04th, Brazilian Government has disclosed over 600 new pages of previously classified documents, covering UFO reports and military investigations from 1970 to 1979, including photos and films, for the first time.

3rd Feb 2009 - United States - President Obama - "All agencies should adopt a presumption in favor of disclosure, in order to renew their commitment to the principles embodied in FOIA, and to usher in a new era of open Government. The presumption of disclosure should be applied to all decisions involving FOIA."

12th November 2007 - United States - National press conference military, government, corporate and intelligence witnesses come forward about Ufos

9th May 2001 - United States - Disclosure Project press conference- more that 20 military, government, corporate and intelligence witnesses came forward to urge open and honest congressional hearings in to the subject of UFOs and exotic energy and propulsion technologies

16th July 1999 - French defence the COMETA report, the 90-page report that is the result of an in-depth study of UFOs over a period of about three years, covering many aspects of the subject, especially questions of how the UFO phenomenon affects the national defense of France and that of other nations.


Dickos Fortuna said...

Great piece... good to see all that data compiled! These editorial pieces are getting really good. Great work!

Craig Tonkin said...

G'day, I'm a new discoverer of your site. I'm glad I've found you as I've had an intense interest in UFOs for most of my life. I'm a big fan of Timothy Good's work in particular.

I agree that disclosure is coming, but I'll bet the US is the last to come to the party.

I must disagree with your wording however. Most others don't look up to the US. Sure the US is a major economic and military power but the last 8 years of Bush have certainly lowered the opinion held by most of the US.

Anyway, good work on the site and I look forward to checking you out everyday!

enigma said...

but the most important country hasn't reveal its secret. The United States !!

Anonymous said...

hehe yup!!

Sonam said...

You did a great job on the data. I wish disclosure woud come under better circumstances. Unfortunately some very bad things are going on.
By the way: Checking this site is one of my daily rituals.