Disclosure finally? Seems so. [and from another] Could the Zetas say something about this mysterious Pentagon UFO program? [and from another] http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message3719436/pg1 [and from another] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf1uLwUTDA0&feature=youtu.be&... [and from another] The Pentagon’s Secret Search for UFOs December 16, 2017 https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/12/16/pentagon-ufo-sea... The Pentagon, at the direction of Congress, a decade ago quietly set up a multi-million dollar program to investigate what are popularly known as unidentified flying objects—UFOs. The “unidentified aerial phenomena” claimed to have been seen by pilots and other military personnel appeared vastly more advanced than those in American or foreign arsenals. In some cases they maneuvered so unusually and so fast that they seemed to defy the laws of physics. The Pentagon’s AATIP program marked a 21st century effort to replicate some of the decades of inconclusive research undertaken by the Pentagon in 1950s and 1960s to try to explain thousands of reported sightings of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs by military and civilian pilots and average citizens—particularly an effort known as Project Bluebook that ran from 1947 to 1969. [and from another] Pentagon admits running secret UFO investigation for five years December 16, 2017 https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/dec/17/pentagon-admits-runni... Task force that investigated sightings of unidentified flying objects ran from 2007 to 2012 with annual budget of $22m. The Pentagon was less clear about whether the UFO program continues to hover somewhere in the vast universe of the US defense establishment. [and from another] Pentagon sank $22mn into a secret UFO-chasing program – reports December 17, 2017 https://www.rt.com/usa/413430-pentagon-millions-aliens-research/ The secretive program, which the US Department of Defense has been keeping under wraps, was brought to light in simultaneous reports by Politico and the New York Times on Saturday, citing interviews with people involved or with knowledge of the program, as well as contracts, and Pentagon and Congressional records. “The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program” was led by former military intelligence official Luiz Elizondo, who resigned from the Pentagon on October 4. In his resignation letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis, seen by Politico and the NYT, he lamented the lack of funding for the project and the fact that it continues to be shrouded in mystery, away from the public eye.
The only item of interest in the news about a secret Pentagon UFO study, wasting $22 million in taxpayer monies, is why it is no longer secret. And why was it secret at all? This effort was a fraud from the start, not intended to reveal any facts or make any admissions, and was only allowed in order to deflect Congress. As with the Blue Book task force of yor, the Pentagon posture was to deny all and ridicule or harass any who said otherwise. This latest admission about the Reid Pentagon study is more than creeping disclosure, it is a new policy.
The Pentagon study, given to two separate news channels in order to ensure it did not get stifled, has admissions that the Air Force and other pilots had noted maneuvers in UFOs that are not known to mankind, not explained or possible according to human physics. This will open up a new line of discussion. The US has been one of the hold-outs during disclosure, with other countries opening their files. This will now change, giving disclosure a boost.