How to Interpret the Latest Government UFO Report
The long-awaited government report on UFOs has finally been released. What did we learn? And what does it say about the future of ufology?
As we’ve previously reported, the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2021 called on the Director of National Intelligence, as well as the heads of other intelligence agencies, to submit a report and detailed analysis of all unidentified aerial phenomena held by the U.S. government. That report has just been released.
Nick Pope, who worked for the U.K.’s Ministry of Defense investigating UFOs, said, “The bottom line in this nine-page report is ‘yes, these things are real, yes they interact with our military jets, our aircraft carriers (and) destroyers, our pilots see them, our radar operators track them, but no, we don’t have the faintest idea of what we’re dealing with.'”
World Government's Are Finally Admitting What They Know About UFOs
Despite decades of official excuses, it appears we may finally have definitive evidence our planet has not only been the site of off-planet vehicles entering Earth’s atmosphere but that the government has withheld knowledge of it. High-quality camera phones— and now military footage— have made UFO sightings indisputable. And after denying it had knowledge of the existence of these anomalous crafts for decades, the United States military is finally starting to break its silence about what it knows.
Nick Pope, who now serves as a journalist and researcher in the field of ufology, was once a key employee of the British Ministry of Defense (MoD), responsible for investigating UFOs to determine if they posed a threat to national security. Having served more than 21 years in the Defense Department, Pope’s knowledge of UFOs and his insider track record makes him one of the most credible sources to expose the reality of these coverups.
In an interview with George Noory, Pope reveals what many have known or suspected all along: The U.S. Government, among others, has a decades-long file filled with inexplicable UFO events. One of the major questions, however, is what has changed over the years that has prompted the U.S. military and government to publicly admit to these run-ins with these ostensibly extraterrestrial crafts.