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We at Revolver generated some controversy in pointing out the absurdity of recent high profile and heavily hyped “whistleblower” events featuring government officials making explosive claims, with no evidence, related to the existence UFOs. It is difficult not to be puzzled by the fact that in our Orwellian age in which the regime will silence, financially plunder, and even indict those who dare purvey what the regime deems “conspiracy theories,” the regime-controlled media is practically begging the public to entertain “conspiracy theories” retarding UFOs. The question is, why?

Revolver’s own Darren Beattie pointed out that the CIA has a history of using UFO stories to manipulate and distract the public

Back in 1997, the government admitted to lying to the American people about UFOs during the Cold War.

>Rather than acknowledgeing the existence of the top-secret flights or saying nothing about them publicly, the Air Force decided to put out false cover stories, the C.I.A. study says. For instance, unusual observations that were actually spy flights were attributed to atmospheric phenomena like ice crystals and temperature inversions.
>”Over half of all U.F.O. reports from the late 1950’s through the 1960’s were accounted for by manned reconnaissance flights” over the United States, the C.I.A. study says. ”This led the Air Force to make misleading and deceptive statements to the public in order to allay public fears and to protect an extraordinarily sensitive national security project.”
>The study, ”C.I.A.’s Role in the Study of U.F.O.’s. 1947-90,” was written by Gerald K. Haines and appears in Studies of Intelligence, a secret Central Intelligence Agency journal. Five years ago, the agency began releasing unclassified versions of the journal yearly.

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