Maybe DISCLOSURE came and went with
the broadcast of Spielberg's miniseries "Taken".
"The recovered craft looked
nothing like a conventional aircraft. The vehicle had no tail
and it had no wings. The fuselage was round and there was a dome
on the top. In secret Army intelligence memos declassified in
1994, it would be referred to as a "flying disc." Most
alarming was a fact kept secret until now; inside the disc was
a very earthly hallmark: Russian writing. Block letters from
the Cyrillic alphabet had been stamped, or embossed, in a ring
running around the inside of the craft."
Annie Jacobsen / AREA
Annie is unavailable
to explain how after this "Horten Brothers" (our Germans
are better than their Germans) Reich Stuff moment, the subsequent
Korean War was fought with jet-engined bricks with fins, or her
final revelation that we ultimately back-engineered the Russian
craft and have had "hover and fly" technology ever since.Things
that even Stanton Friedman, the "Grandfather of UFOlogy"
seems to be unaware of. She does however, explain "strategic
deception"; where "cover" is used to prove something
true to be "false", and "disinformation" is
used to prove something "false" to be "true".
65 years after Roswell
(was the 50th Anniversary 15 years ago?), one is still
left wondering which aspect of strategic deception applies to
her quote, if not her entire book of eyewitness interviews.
That's AREA 51 for
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