Who is hiding the truth about UFOs?
In 1980, the international organization of ufologists ICUFON published a Memorandum justifying the need to create a world Agency for space Affairs to perform the following tasks: to carry out international control and monitoring of UFO activities around the world; to find ways to establish contacts with the forces directing the activities of UFOs; to prevent any hostile actions against UFOs by the armed forces of the Agency’s member countries; to use the discoveries resulting from contacts with UFOs to accelerate progress and improve life in all countries. The Memorandum cited various examples of actions by US government agencies aimed at silencing and hiding data on the UFO problem from the public. In 1988, the head of the ICUFON, von Kevitsky, drafted and sent a new Memorandum to the representatives of all UN member States containing 350 declassified documents describing 140 classic UFO cases. This Memorandum consists of four parts: a-the syndrome of potential danger of UFOs;
B-military plans for armed defense against extraterrestrial invaders (UFOs); C-undeclared war against UFO-galactic forces; D-the road to star war and the question of survival. There have been numerous attempts to organize the study of UFOs in the framework of the United Nations, as some leaders of the UN take the issue seriously enough.The first attempt to organize an international study of this phenomenon was made in 1966 by UN Secretary-General Wu Tang.
But the then us representative to the UN, Goldberg, took energetic measures to prevent this, and assured W. tan that the United States itself would conduct an impartial scientific study of the UFO problem. U Tang’s attitude to UFOs can be judged by his statement made on July 5, 1967: “the Most important problem that should concern us, other than the Vietnam war, is flying saucers or UFOs.” When in 1970 the West German UFO researcher Jacobi asked tan if it was true that extraterrestrial UFO pilots had established contacts with governments and that all these facts and their causes were kept secret, he replied: “there Are things that I can not and do not have the right to talk about.” Question about the actions of spacecraft earthly powers during encounters with UFOs were touched upon at the meeting of the UN in 1971 In a speech by the representative of Uganda, Ibingira, who expressed concern about the dangerous consequences that could have been caused by careless actions of the crews of earth spacecraft when encountering unknown objects.
He stated: “We must be sure that an earth-based spacecraft will not behave in a hostile manner if it accidentally encounters a spacecraft or an object of unknown origin. For the guilt of an unknown object that caused damage to one of the Earth’s States will be insignificant compared to the guilt of a state whose actions will provoke aggression from an unknown space source against our entire planet. Therefore, I propose to include in the draft Convention a paragraph obliging States to manage their space objects in such a way that, in the event of an encounter with unknown objects, they show intelligence in their behavior, do not oppose these objects and do not provoke them.” This proposal was also blocked by representatives of the great powers that have the right of veto in the UN Security Council.