Are British official propagandists falling on their own sword?
None other than past MOD employee and UFO press spokesperson Nick Pope, indicates that Russians can easily evade British Airspace with impunity.
It would seem that the British official and unofficial spokespeople have been thrown into disarray by a senior aviation official publically admitting
that about one UFO a month invades British Airspace.
"The Ministry of Defence will no longer investigate UFO sightings after ruling there is "no evidence" they pose a threat to the UK despite a senior aviation
official admitting the country is visited by one unidentified flying object a month.
An end has been ordered to all official investigations of Unidentified Flying Objects, or UFOs, after the ministry ruled they do not pose a threat to the
It comes as the head of UK Air Traffic Control admitted the country is visited by around one unidentified flying object a month.
Asked on BBC Radio 4's Today programme about the existence of UFOs, Mr Deakin confirmed they were still being seen by his staff.
He said: "Occasionally there are objects identified that do not conform to normal traffic patterns. It does not occupy a huge amount of my time.
There are approximately one a month."
Yet despite this, the MoD insists it will no longer investigate UFO sightings."
The Ministry of Defence will no longer investigate UFO sightings after ruling there is "no evidence" they pose a threat to the UK.
"Speaking to the Today Programme on Friday, the head of UK Air Traffic Control, Richard Deakin said that, typically, his staff would encounter one
unidentified flying object per month. But what sort of objects could UFOs be?
Nick Pope, UFO expert and former UFO investigator at the Ministry of Defence, told the Today programme presenter, James Naughtie that he had
received around "two or three hundred UFO reports each year, most of which turned out to be misidentification of aircrafts".
He noted that "anything flying in our airspace that we can't identify is of interest to the government and the military, but is more likely
to be Russian than Martian."
It would seem that old habits die hard being that Nick has just used the marginalizing term Martian in the recent press article.
In the book I say:
"This national and international policy of denial and ridicule filters down into the public domain and we have to look no further than to Nick Pope.
Nick now claiming to be an advocate for disclosure, once headed the UK's Ministry of Defense UFO Office, and made the following public confession in
this Huffington Post article.6
"I'm a little bit apologetic about this because obviously, when I was in MOD, I had to play this game myself.
To really achieve our policy of
downplaying the UFO phenomenon, we would use a combination of 'spin and dirty tricks.' We used terms like UFO buffs and UFO spotters.
Terms that mean these people are nut jobs. In other words, we were implying that this is just a very somewhat quaint hobby that people
have as opposed to a serious research interest."
But Pope said the ridicule policy went much further than that.
Another trick would be deliberately using phrases like 'little green men.' We were trying to do two things: either to kill any media story on the subject, or if a media story ran, insure that it ran in such a way that it would make the subject seem ridiculous and that it would make people who were interested in this seem ridiculous.
If it was my words, then I apologize, I'm very sorry for that. I believe in open government and freedom of information. I believe that the UFO phenomenon
does raise important defense, national security and air safety issues, and if I helped kill any initiative on that, I'm deeply sorry," Pope said.
Written by Ed Komarek - MessageToEagle.com Contributor
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