This is a highly anticipated report from the American authorities on aerial phenomena. Our colleagues from New-York Times gathered the confidences of several officials of the security services, who were briefed in preview on the content of this document. This is the result of a very long investigation, which covers more than 120 aerial phenomena that have remained without explanation over the past 20 years.
According to this text, 95% of alleged UFOs are actually rationally explainable. But there remain troubling incidents, by the admission of the US military itself, by former CIA boss John Brennan. And by the admission of … Barack obama : the former president, interviewed last month on CBS, had dropped this sentence: “There are records of flying objects that we don’t know exactly what they are.” We can also watch videos of these “incidents” on the website of New-York Times. The only really clear conclusion in this report, according to these confidences made in New-York Times, it is to establish what these UFOs are not: they do not relate to an American military technology. And that’s all.
So conversely, we still don’t know what it is. The report, still according to these indiscretions, is not able to rule out a possible extraterrestrial origin, nor is it able to establish it. It’s a mystery. The main fear of the US Department of Defense? Whether they are very high-tech flying objects tested by China or Russia.
Sure US Navy images dating from 2015 over the east coast of the United States, we see shapes moving at very high speed, hypersonic, and capable of rotations on themselves. These objects testify, again according to his indiscretions, of a technological level far superior to that of the anti-missile defense systems available to the United States. So we can clearly see the problem from a military point of view. If it’s China or Russia, big worry. If it’s extraterrestrial, major question.
This parliamentary report to be released on June 25. The case appears to be taken very seriously in the United States. In fact, the first investigations were launched 13 years ago, in 2007, before being suspended in 2012 for lack of funding, then resumed under the Trump presidency last year, $ 22 million was spent on unravel the mystery. But the June 25 report therefore does not seem intended to silence speculation. Especially since it will undoubtedly include a section classified defense, which will not be accessible to the public. The fascination with UFOs still has a bright future ahead of it.