UK releases past UFO reports, will destroy future UFO reports, avoids government ET/UFO “conspiracy”
by Alfred Lambremont Webre
March 1, 2010
Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
In a remarkable policy tour de force disclosed on February 18, 2010, a purported year of “official extraterrestrial disclosure”, the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MoD) has engaged in yet another serial data dump of multiple UFO and extraterrestrial files, without any accompanying scientific, cosmological, exopolitical narrative or framework of analysis.
The U.K. Ministry of Defence also revealed in a secret memo dated Nov. 11, 2009, and released Feb. 28, 2010 by freedom of information (FOI) release to Dr. David Clarke, a U.K. UFO expert that “Reported sightings received from other sources should be answered by a standard letter and… should be retained for 30 days and then destroyed, largely removing any future FOI liability and negating the need to release future files post-November 30 2009.”
Exhibiting an embattled mentality regarding the communications with other governments on extraterrestrial and UFO issues and the exopolitical research community, the U.K. Ministry of Defence secret memo states, “We have deliberately avoided formal approaches to other Governments on this issue. “Such approaches would become public when the relevant UFO files are released, and would be viewed by ‘ufologists’ as evidence of international collaboration and conspiracy.”
The patent note of desperation and incoherence in the latest U.K. ministry of defence public ET/UFO strategy (or lack thereof) demonstrates how the extraterrestrial embargo jointly commenced by the U.S. and U.K. intelligence forces with the 1953 U.S. CIA Robertson Panel is now deteriorating.
It is most plausible that the U.K. Ministry of Defence, like its counterpart the U.S. Department of Defense, wants to concentrate on its secret compartmentalized programs with extraterrestrial civilizations, while shutting down all of its mechanisms for collecting public reports of UFOs.