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Wikileaks UFO Chatter

Wikileaks on UFOs: I Want To BelieveCommentary: Dare I say it again but no news is quite simply no news. As much as I would like to believe that Julian Assange and the Wikileaks team would release any UFO related information leaks their position may well be compromised now after the arrest of Assange. Assuming of course that Wikileaks were really an independent disclosure entity and not some Inteligence Operations asset being used to control the flow of certain information.

Several website reported recently on an unofficial statement purportedly made by a member of Wikileaks. The noise is far louder that the signal regarding the Wikileaks association with UFO information leaks and until data is officially released by Wikileaks or the statements made by its members can be verified by independent scholars, then is quite simply is business as usual.

 

All News Web:

A source from within the inner circle of the Wikileaks team has confidentially leaked to All News Web the content of a State Dept cable, concerning UFO affairs, that Wikileaks has declined to upload onto their website.

The cable states: "It is critical all embassy staff understand that they are not to discuss under any circumstance concerns DOD has with UFOs entering orbit, once again the seriousness of this matter cannot be overstated"

The cable was sent on 9 November, 2005 by the State Dept to a diplomat connected to the US embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. As it implies, the State Dept was concerned with diplomats with loose tongues chatting about UFOs at cocktail parties and conceding that the US does allocate resources to the matter. Due to the fact that UFO and alien affairs fall within the absolute highest level of secrecy and security clearance it is hardly surprising that Julian Assange has chosen, as a safety measure, not to reveal such information.

Editor''s note: It appears that while our Governments are deeply worried about the bubble bursting on the way they do business behind closed doors they are taking no chances at all on the public's bubble bursting on the alien and UFO issue.

Our record on the Wikileaks UFO connection is good. The initial question posed to Assange on the UFO issue was asked by an avid All News Web reader from Germany and we were informed by him with seconds of Assange's response. We have received many emails on the matter since then, however this has been the first piece of information of real interest.

 

io9.com:

The biggest news from Wikileaks today isn't that the US embassy in Jakarta requested $100,000 to get a million people to "like" them on Facebook. Apparently, the UFO cable has been leaked.

UFO news site All News Web claims to have received a leak from Wikileaks about that UFO-related cable Julian Assange mentioned in the Guardian several weeks ago.

Here's the scoop.

According to paranormal news site All News Web:

  • A source from within the inner circle of the Wikileaks team has confidentially leaked to All News Web the content of a State Dept cable, concerning UFO affairs, that Wikileaks has declined to upload onto their website.
  • The cable states: "It is critical all embassy staff understand that they are not to discuss under any circumstance concerns DOD has with UFOs entering orbit, once again the seriousness of this matter cannot be overstated"
  • The cable was sent on 9 November, 2005 by the State Dept to a diplomat connected to the US embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. As it implies, the State Dept was concerned with diplomats with loose tongues chatting about UFOs at cocktail parties and conceding that the US does allocate resources to the matter.

I'm inclined to believe that this leak could be real, if only because it's so ambiguous. Are embassy staff told not to discuss UFOs because the DOD isn't interested in them, and doesn't want people thinking they're using resources for UFO hunting? Or is the DOD asking embassy staff to cover up an ultra-classified project that they've improbably shared with diplomats in Kiev?

UPDATE: Many are calling this a hoax, which seems reasonable. But there has been no official word from Wikileaks on the matter yet.

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