GOVERNMENTS ARE MAKING SURE THAT RESEARCHERS DON’T GET THEIR HANDS ON CLASSIFIED UFO FILES BY USING ALTERNATIVE ACRONYMS.
The Freedom of Information Act is a pain in the government’s backside, former prime minister and leader of the labour party Tony Blair was at the forefront of implementing the Information Act into UK Law. It was one of Blair’s top policies in his manifesto at the time, several years on and Blair has said that the implementation of the Freedom of Information Act was one of his biggest regrets.
There is no doubt that the freedom of information laws both in the UK, USA and other western countries, has opened the floodgates for journalists and researchers alike. What government workers once thought was private or would not be seen in our lifetime, is now open for the whole world to see.
Now the floodgates are open, behind the scenes governments are working on sneaky ways to keep sensitive information from prying eyes.
For decades governments have been telling their citizens that they have little to no interest in UFO’s, not only have they said they have no interest in the subject but they have gone to great extents to ridicule anyone or anything that has an interest in the subject.
For this reason, it came as a great surprise when freedom of information requests was put in for any documents relating to UFO’s and the likes of Project Bluebook and the British MOD’s investigations into UFO’s came to light. For governments that said they had little to no interest in UFO’s there certainly were a lot of files released under the freedom of information act!
The freedom of information laws has no doubt caused a stir behind the scenes and governments are now left trying to find loopholes and creative ways to keep sensitive information private.
One way they are doing this was revealed by Hillary Clinton during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel.
During this interview, Hillary told Kimmel that there was a new name for UFO’s and that government officials now referred to UFOs and Unexplained Aerial Phenomena.
Nick Pope, who worked for the UK’s ministry of defence, recently explained why the government use alternative and new acronyms for UFOs. During a talk at the Awakening Conference in Manchester, he explained that government used these lesser known acronyms to throw a spanner in the works for those putting in freedom of information requests.
While the public now knows about the alternative phrase for UFO’s used by the government (UAP), you can bet that there are still a dozen more freedom of information requests for files on UFO’s than there are on UAP’s.
But that’s not the only way that governments are trying to throw a spanner in the works for researchers and journalists. There are far too many sensitive issues that they don’t want to be revealed to the public. One way they ensure certain issues stay secret is by putting certain projects in charge of the private sector.
Many people would have heard of billionaire Robert Bigelow, Bigelow is the CEO and founder of Bigelow Aerospace, a company that has taken on many government projects and contracts, due to Bigelow Aerospace being a private company, they are not subject to freedom of information request laws, which is probably much to the delight of government agencies working with Bigelow.
A rather telling interview with Robert Bigelow took place on 60 Minutes. Bigelow told the reporter who was interviewing him that he is ‘absolutely convinced’ aliens exist and that ‘there is and has been’ an ET presence on Earth. Bigelow was also asked whether or not he thought that we’d find intelligent life in the galaxy, to which he replied “you don’t need to go anywhere” the reporter then asked if he meant that you can find ET life here on Earth to which Bigelow replied “yes”.
For a man that has, as he puts it, “spent millions and more than anyone else” on this subject and works on secret government projects, it’s rather telling that he states, with such conviction, that he is certain aliens exist and that we needn’t look further than our own planet to find them as they are right under our nose.
As an old saying goes, sometimes the best place to hide a secret is in plain sight, which does draw many questions when you look at the logo Bigelow has on the side of his Bigelow Aerospace unit.