U.S. Navy Says Releasing Top Secret UFO Files Could Harm National Security
The United States Navy recently stated that releasing certain Top Secret UFO Files it has in it’s possession could harm ‘national security’.
The statement was triggered by a flurry of recent FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) requests filed by citizens in an effort to shed some light on the ongoing cover-up around the subject that we know has been going on for decades.
The Navy’s cookie-cutter explanation was not surprising but does reflect the obstacles that truth-seekers in the UFO community face when attempting to get the government to come clean about what it knows about the alien presence on this planet.
Numerous military whistle-blowers have stated that the alien presence is the most highly classified subject inside the the government, so it’s no surprise that the topic has been tagged with a ‘national security’ label, giving the military an easy and effective method of shutting down any inquiries.
The release of FLIR video by a military whistle-blower last year showing Navy pilots chasing disc-shaped objects through restricted U.S. airspace gave hope to many that the military was possibly moving towards disclosure, however, officials quickly issued press releases stating that the videos were not authorized for official release.
Major mainstream news networks such as Fox News and CNN featured segments on the leaked videos.
One would reasonably assume that very few people inside the military posses the security clearance to access this information and the deniers tend not to have the foresight to realize that if it’s classified that heavily it probably means it’s real.