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11 August 2010, JellyBean @ 6:50 pm

The British Government is declassifying UFO documents.

But do they tell the whole story?

Last week, amid much media fanfare, the British government declassified another batch of UFO-related documents—the sixth such release in recent years—in response to ongoing public interest in the phenomenon. UK journalism professor Dr. David Clarke is a consultant to that country’s National Archives and has more or less set himself up as an expert on what this, and the previous document-releases, tell us about the British government’s knowledge of UFOs.

Regarding the latest batch, Dr. Clarke told the BBC: “Since the Freedom of Information Act arrived in 2005, this subject—UFOs—has become the third-most popular subject for people to write to the Ministry of Defence, saying ‘please could you release this file, or papers that you hold on this particular case.’ What they’ve decided to do is to be totally open and to say, ‘look we’re not holding any secrets back about this subject. We’ve got all these files and we’re going to make them available to the public.’”

Well, Dr. Clarke may believe that the British government is being totally open on the subject of UFOs but many others, including myself, have strong doubts. A case in point is the U.S. Air Force’s closure of Project Blue Book in 1969.

Read the whole article: The UFO Chronicles

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