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Re: SOS OVNI & French DMI - Nolane

From: Richard Nolane <raynaud@total.net>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 15:52:33 -0500
Fwd Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 16:31:23 +0000
Subject: Re: SOS OVNI & French DMI - Nolane


 >From: Perry Petrakis <sosovni@pacwan.fr>
 >To: <updates@sympatico.ca>
 >Subject: Re: SOS OVNI & French DMI
 >Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 22:40:21 +0100

Dear List members,

 >Let's say I've been investigating for the past 30 years, with a
 >totally open mind (at least at the beginning) contrarily to G.
 >Bourdais, R. Nolane or F. Parmentier who were totally unknown a
 >few years ago. They jumped on the Roswell Bandwagon just as did
 >so many people in the Eighties.

Well, this is exactly the kind of "information" one can find in
"Phenomena"...

I have studied, privately, the UFO phenomenon since more than 25
years and I have published my first UFO book reviews in
non-ufological magazines in 1973. I published my first own UFO
book in 1993, which has nothing to do with Roswell but which was
about "ancient UFOs", one of my main interests in ufology. Four
other books have followed and the next one will be published
before summer.

We are waiting for the first book of our 30 years investigator
who seems to have so many things to tell about "true ufology".

 >As for the COMETA, I will just say this: it might have been
 >written by high ranking past officials and it is countersigned
 >by some important people but it means nothing and only reflects
 >their personnal views which I do not share. It was written
 >within a non-profit organisation. It is a rehash of what was
 >said in 1995 under the auspices of this French Intelligence
 >Agency. Whoever wrote this at that time, got it countersigned by
 >the major military intelligence agency in France and published
 >by the Ministry of Defense. It therefore reflects their views.
 >Let's note that all these nice people seem to have been well
 >aware of the document but never whispered a word about it, maybe
 >to promote a committee much more close to their own views. Who
 >has a hidden agenda? My bet is that if COMETA had managed to
 >get their report published in an official context, it would have
 >been less tantalizing

The problem with the short 1995 report is that there is almost
nothing interesting in it. It's only a brief history of
"official UFO research" in USA and France concluded by the idea
that military and intelligence agencies can use the UFO interest
of citizens to hide secret operations.

It was written by a young serviceman (I have his name) and was
never a secret document but just another report among tons of
other reports produced by the military. It reflects more the
views of the serviceman than anything else. A short extract was
used in the first Special UFO issue of VSD in 1998 and the
serviceman was very upset to have not been cited as the author !
Quite strange, isn't it for an "official and important" report ?

And if it was "countersigned" it's only because there is almost
nothing in it, just the kind of infos about UFOs that you can
find here and there in your favorite sunday newspaper or TV
guide before the launching of the new season of X Files.

The COMETA Report (even if not a perfect work) is really the big
thing, privately published or not.

RDN




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