Sunday, October 10, 2010

"The Washington Post Makes Fun of Military Officers" on A.D.

On the excellent After Disclosure site, Bryce Zabel writes about the Washington Post's descion to send, not an investigative serious reporter, but one who writes the light, humorous pieces, to the September 27 National Press Club's conference, where retired military personnel spoke about national security issues, and UFOs, at nuclear sites. The Washington Post Makes Fun of Military Officers: An Open Letter to the Washington Post

For some reason, this topic is still considered trivial by just about everyone outside of UFOlogy. Read the comments on uber-skeptic boards like the JREF on this issue, where nit picking over terms is considered more important than the fact of Unidentified craft in our skies. They choose to focus on the irrational idea of ET, rather than the idea our own government or other human forces, are responsible for much of UFO activity, experiments on civilians, etc. This is not to imply aliens are not real, about, or also responsible. Regardless of aliens or humans, the fact is, this has been happening and pretending it isn't real is the irrational reality.

1 comment:

Susiq2 said...

Anyone who studies the evidence would find it difficult _Not_ to believe. The men and women reporting UFOs are many prestigeous Americans such as Astronaunts, police officers, physicians, pilots,presidents, and everyday people who are brave enough to report the sightings..
I have had 2 sightings, both in broad dylight. There is nothing on Earth that can fly as these machines fly. I doubt that they are flown by Earthlings..