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Major NYTimes Story on UFOs

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Anyone who writes about UFOs in America has been ostracized, ridiculed and lampooned.  This situation has gone on for decades, with growing groups of citizens and alternative news sites taking up the slack left by MSM.  People who have reported seeing UFOs include one ex-president, a governor, astronauts, many pilots and military officers, and perhaps 10% of the population of the US.

Today's article follows an article a year and a half ago: Link But for the intervening time, the Times has, bizarrely, continued business as usual.

Some commentators in the UFO world are saying the government is in the embarrassing position of having suppressed reports and denied major DoD research programs since 1947, and to save face they are gradually allowing the truth to leak out, rather than making a dramatic announcement.

Weird sh*t coming down the road... 


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It's bullshit. Did you read it?

"The pilots began noticing the objects after their 1980s-era radar was upgraded to a more advanced system."

It's a hoax. Someone playing games with their minds.

""there are so many other possibilities bugs in the code for the imaging and display systems,"

They call it a "bug." It's too deliberate to be an error.

"He said he should have been able to see it with his helmet camera, but could not, even though his radar told him it was there."

It's all very earthly.





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