Apparently one of the things holding up disclosure is that the governments of the world know it will end their power and result in transitional governments being appointed. So for any one government, it resembles a poison pill. Thanks to Genele.
Breaking News: Argentine Air Force announces committee to study UFO phenomenon
December 23rd, 2010 3:31 pm PT
The Air Force of Argentina on Dec. 23, 2010 formally announced the formation of a committee to study the UFO phenomenon.
The Argentinean Air Force’s action to form a UFO investigation unit was confirmed by Sylvia Perez Simondini of the CEFORA (Argentinean Republic Committee for UFO Phenomena Studies), “an organization formed by various UFOlogy groups in Argentina. The main purpose is the declassification of all related UFO phenomena in Argentina. It was formed by serious Argentinean UFOlogists in Victoria, Entre Rios during a conference.”
In a public statement, Ms. Perez Simondini says,
“The Argentinean Air Force has just announced the formation of a commission to investigate the UFO phenomenon.
“The Director of Institutional Relations of the Argentinean Air Force confirmed on Telefe Newscast that it has recorded two UFO sightings it cannot account for by normal explanations. The Argentinean Air Force further stated that the mission of the Air Force is to guard the security of Argentinean air space.
“This is a message that all UFO researchers hoped for, filling us with satisfaction to hear that this will occur.
“In our last congress, especially in the Uruguay, which was conducted fairly by the Uruguayan Air Force, at that time, I received greetings from Commodore Robert Muller, Head of the Unit II Air Brigade Paraná, from Colonel Ariel Rios Sanchez, Head of Ricardo Bermúdez CRIDOVNI of CEFAA, the sister republic of Chile, from Ademar Gevaerd Director of the Brazilian UFO Magazine, who is the coordinator of the declassification of UFO phenomenon in Brazil, in order to urge the Air Force of Argentina toward a common goal of UFO disclosure.
“CEFORA, (Argentinean Republic Committee for UFO Phenomena Studies) was created for this goal, to put Argentina on a par with many countries where UFO files have been declassified. This news gives us some hope to believe disclosure is starting, and Argentina also can get UFO declassification. It is most reasonablebe that we assume a critical attitude on our part, so we will have the security of a good and responsible scientific research.
“We see that the struggle of many researchers over the years can have the reward of seeing a dream fulfilled, and we hope that when this [Air Force] Committee is formed, it will know how to accept and discuss the work of researchers that has been made with a lot of effort, through the will and vocation of those who have been following the phenomenon for so long.”
Exopolitics Argentina, an organization who mission is to foster research and education in Exopolitics, the study of relations among intelligent civilizations in the multi-verse, also issued a statement supporting the establishment of the Argentinean Air Force committee on investigation of the UFO phenomenon.
Exopolitics Argentina is working for a research focus on the role of extraterrestrial civilizations in human affairs, and not just on UFOs as an isolated phenomenon.
Exopolitics Argentina’s website is at www.exopoliticsargentina.net
Nations that are declassifying UFO files have generally avoided explicitly identifying the source of phenomena in their files as extraterrestrial life.
ne notable exception is that of extraterrestrial disclosure by the Bulgarian Space Research Institute in 2009.
In Nov. 2009, Lachezar Filipov, deputy director of the Bulgarian space research institute, said: “Aliens are currently all around us and are watching us all the time.
“They are not hostile towards us, rather, they want to help us but we have not grown enough in order to establish direct contact with them.
“They are ready to help us but we don’t know what to request from them in case of contact.”
“Mr Filipov said ‘he believed humans and aliens would have direct contact in the next ten to 15 years. But it would be through telepathy rather than radio waves’, he added.
“‘Even then, we might not see eye-to-eye with them, he warned. Referring to our interference with nature, he said: ‘Extraterrestrials are critical of people’s amoral behaviour.'”
Some observers believe Mr. Filipov’s disclosures were the most significant extraterrestrial-related story of 2009.
With the formation of its UFO investigation committee, the Argentine Air Force now joins Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Venezuela as nations who have disclosed or are in the process of disclosing classified UFO files.
Case study: Sylvia Simondini (Argentina) and Suzanne Hansen (New Zealand)
The December 23, 2010 announcement by the Argentine Air Force that will establish a committee to study the UFO phenomenon comes 24 hours after the New Zealand Defence Force release of thousands of secret UFO files dating from 1952 – 2009.
In both the Argentinean and New Zealand cases, the persistence two activist women UFO researchers – Sylvia Simondini (Argentina) and Suzanne Hansen (New Zealand) – are arguably key to the success of UFO disclosure actions in their respective nations.
According to researcher Alejandro Rojas, “On Thursday May 13th (2010), the President of Argentina Cristina Fernandez, led the Bicentennial event for the city of Victoria in San Martín Plaza. UFO researcher Simondini Silvia Perez waited for hours to take this opportunity to deliver an envelope to President Fernandez with documentation from the UFO organization, CEFORA, on the history of declassified UFO files in other countries along with a list of the researchers in the (CEFORA) organization. They are pushing for the declassification of UFO records in Argentina. This is the first formal contact with Argentinean authorities to request the declassification of UFO files.”
Examiner.com readers can view a video of this event by clicking here or viewing the embedded video above.
According to some observers, there may be an informal causal connection between the delivery of this UFO disclosure information to the President of Argentina and the actions of the Argentine Air Force in establishing the UFO investigation commission.
New Zealand UFO Disclosure and Suzanne Hansen
Alfred Lambremont Webre reported has reported on Suzanne Hansen’s role in urging the New Zealand Defence Force to disclose.
On February 1, 2010, Mr. Webre reported,
Suzanne Hansen of New Zealand’s UFO Research, Support and Resource Network has publicly released official correspondence with Lt Gen Jerry Mataparae, Chief of Defence Force NZ following the decision by New Zealand’s Ministry of Defence to release previously classified details of UFO and extraterrestrial-related files.
Lt Gen Jerry Mataparae’s official correspondence indicates that he initially resisted release of the classified UFO documents, stating “’It would require a substantial amount of collation, research and consultation to identify whether any of that information could be released,’ and that he was not in a position to deploy staff to undertake that task, given other work priorities.”
The Ministry of Defence decision to release New Zealand’s classified UFO and extraterrestrial files was reported January 29, 2010 by Examiner.com.
In December 2009, fourteen months later the beginning of intensive communications with Ms. Hansen’s UFO group, Lt. Gen. Mataparae as Chief of Defence stated in a letter to UFOCUS NZ, “I am pleased to be able to inform you that two NZDF officers have begun the task of assessing classified files held in relation to this topic with a view to declassification. I would expect that files which are transferred to Archives New Zealand would be subject to extensive embargo periods in terms of access by the general public.”
UFO document release follows MOD Dec. 9 letter to UFOCUS NZ
The Ministry of Defence classified UFO document release followed Lt. Gen. Mataparae’s Dec. 9, 2009 letter to Suzanne Hansen.
Ms. Hansen states, “A Chief of Defence Force office spokesperson advised, ‘The declassification of the UFO files is now a ‘work in progress’ in conjunction with Archives New Zealand. The files must be amended to meet new requirements of the Privacy Act.’ The Defence Force will notify UFOCUS NZ when this process is completed later this year, and the research network will be given the opportunity of access to the files.”
Ms. Hansen states “UFOCUS NZ’s own archives contain credible and detailed UFO sighting reports from New Zealand pilots, air traffic controllers, and military personnel. In addition, the research network holds sighting reports from members of the public who experienced significant UFO sightings dating as far back as 1908. Some of these prominent cases were investigated by NZ Air Force personnel, and she is hopeful the MOD files may contain their reports.”
In a later communication to this reporter, Mr. Hansen stated, “The Chief of Defence originally supported the idea of declassification, but needed to confer with other officials regarding constraints and embargos. Some files will still remain under embargo.”
1978/19 Kaikoura lights at Wellington International Airport
UFOCUS NZ staff member and former Chief air traffic controller of Wellington International Airport, John Cordy, witnessed the Kaikoura lights on airport control centre radar, and states, “I hope the files will validate the reality of the sightings, and vindicate key witnesses who observed them, and faced ‘trial by media’.”
Mainstream media reports of the classified UFO documents release
On January 23, 2010, New Zealand-based news reports stated “The military is all set to release hundreds of pages of secret documentation on UFO sightings across New Zealand. The papers will be released during this year itself.
“The files to be released include reports of sightings of UFOs from 1979 to 1984, in addition to references to December 1978’s Kaikoura sighting. The documents are being currently held by the Archives New Zealand and they were originally to be made public this month, but the Defense Force is presently in the process of removing personal information from the files in order to efficiently comply with the Privacy Act.
“’At the moment we are working on making copies of these files, minus the personal information. Once this work is completed, we are hoping to be able to release a copy of all the UFO files, including some ahead of their release time, within the year’, said a Defense Force spokeswoman. All requests for access to the said files of sightings are currently being turned down as they are under the possession of the Defense Force.”
Implications of the New Zealand MOD actions for extraterrestrial disclosure
1. Extraterrestrial, interdimensional and UFO disclosure – The announced New Zealand release of classified UFO files may be an important component of the process of the disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence to the human population, and the development of a trans-planetary culture for a post-disclosure world.
2. Interactive communication and cooperation between citizen and military on classified UFO release – New Zealand appears to be a test case of interactive communication and ultimate cooperation by a military authority in response to citizen requests on classified UFO files. This is in utter contrast to the stone-wall of psyops, disinformation, alteration of NASA images, and dirty tricks performed by the U.S. military-intelligence and political establishment on the citizenry and the public over the course of 60 years of the extraterrestrial embargo, since the U.S. CIA 1953 Robertson Panel, ordering that all references to ETs and UFOs be publicly ridiculed.
3. National UFO file disclosure – The announced planned disclosure of previously classified UFO and possible extraterrestrial-related files by the New Zealand Ministry of Defence follows the pattern of UFO file disclosure by NATO countries such as the U.K. (which has recently closed its MOD public UFO reporting Desk), France, Sweden, Denmark, Canada; Central and South American nations such as Mexico, Chile (which has opened a special UFO investigations unit), Peru, Brazil. U.N. Observer nations such as the Vatican have held an extraterrestrial life science conference.
4. New Zealand MOD & “Official state ET disclosure” – The announced New Zealand release of classified UFO files may be a component of the “openness” policy reportedly developed at a series of secret meetings amongst 40 high level delegates to the United Nations, starting on February 12, 2008 The secret UN meetings have been reported by Source A, a U.S. Naval intelligence officer who has never been publicly identified, and the UN meetings themselves were reportedly triggered by a 524 foot wide UFO (of unknown provenance) which overflew Stephenville TX and the Crawford, TX White House on January 8, 2008. As this Examiner.com reporter has stated, the planned New Zealand classified UFO release may be part of the roll-out of an “official state ET disclosure” that itself would be crafted partial release of the true extraterrestrial presence, designed to serve the interests of the national security state worldwide.
5. Australia and United States UFO non-disclosure – Non-disclosure to date of classified extraterrestrial and UFO files by the United States or by Australia, which is a co-signatory of New Zealand in the ANZUS Pact, may be a function of on-going secret extraterrestrial liaison programs of the United States government, some of which may be carried out via a secret extraterrestrial-human base at Pine Gap, Australia.