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Re: Davenport On O'Hare UFO In Newsweek - Boone

From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 14:54:11 EST
Fwd Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 07:56:17 -0500
Subject: Re: Davenport On O'Hare UFO In Newsweek - Boone


>From: Peter B. Davenport <director.nul>
>To: <UFOupdates.nul>
>Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 10:19:19 -0800
>Subject: Re: Davenport On O'Hare UFO In Newsweek

>>From: John Rimmer <jrimmer.nul>
>>To: UFOupdates.nul
>>Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 18:23:21 +0000
>>Subject: Re: Davenport On O'Hare UFO In Newsweek

>>Is O'Hare still the busiest airport in the world?

>I believe that, whereas O'Hare used to be the busiest airport in
>the U. S., the airport that serves Atlanta now enjoys that
>distinction. I just saw a news clip on that very subject.

>An observation on the O'Hare case... Isn't it interesting that,
>despite the broad media coverage the sighting has generated, we
>have not heard a thing from Congress, or from any other
>government office, about the case! NUFORC has not received a
>single query from any member of Congress, not a query from any
>military or intelligence organization, and not even a quip from
>any law enforcement agency. I find that to be even more curious
>than the event itself! It suggests to me that individuals in
>some of those offices may already know a great deal more about
>the UFO phenomenon than they are revealing to 'mere' American
>Citizens. They may prefer to let the story die a natural death,
>rather than reveal their interest in the incident.

Thank goodness you're here Mr. Davenport. As for why our leaders
don't jump on this story is obvious. They already know or those
that don't are advised on that good ol' 'need to know basis'
thing.

I've been told several times by politicians and their staff that
the subject is taboo and again that 'need to know basis'. Also,
there's the fear of character assassination by one's political
opponents. Let's say for example Congressman Joe asks questions
about the O'Hare UFO Incident. Next election time, Congressman
Joe's opponents will be bringing up his belief in the fantastic
as grounds not to trust him or his leadership. 'Why stick your
neck out for humanity if it'll cost you your job?', they say.

Besides, the O'Hare story has no sex, drugs, violence, nor
grist-for-the-mill for character assassination. If Pamela Sue
Anderson or some other popular hottie tv/movie star had been at
the airport and said something you'd have more legislators on
this story than paparazzi on Britney Spears.

Also, there's that War in Iraq that's still going on even Iraq
doesn't have an army. We beat them up in a few hours when they
did have an army and now that they don't it's taking us six
years and going. The votes and floor antics the legislators are
going through garners more face-time in front of the news
cameras than does UFOs. Since the O'Hare situation didn't
interrupt the soap operas, game shows, and sports broadcasts,
and because booze and cigarettes still got distributed the story
doesn't warrant the attention it deserves because the public
doesn't care.

Now, had that UFO disrupted the broadcast of ABC's popular show
"Desperate Housewives" you'd have seen the seventh fleet show
up.

>Alternatively, it could simply be that people in positions of
>authority intuitively recognize when self-censorship is
>advisable... The initial attempt by the FAA to deny that the
>event had ever occurred is suggestive of that possibility, I
>believe.

>The absence of official queries leads me to wonder whether we
>know all there is to know about the people who purport to be our
>political representatives, and whether we can trust them. The
>big question, in my view, is what the relationship might be
>between the UFO phenomenon and our government. We already have a
>difficult enough time, as it is, capturing public attention
>about these things we call "UFOs". I invite you all to consider
>the difficulty we would have in trying to awaken our fellow
>citizens, were we to stumble upon cogent evidence that the
>presumed occupants of these craft somehow are influencing events
>on our planet through government channels!


>Peter
>NUFORC

Again, as long as our creature comforts are still in place and
UFOs don't disrupt that reality, you won't have any support for
investigating.

By now the public knows the authorities aren't going to
cooperate with the public's interest in the subject. The public
also knows the press won't either. So many of us and our
families work in or around government it's almost a common fact
that 'one doesn't talk about UFOs' . In each culture I'm sure
there are subjects that are hush-hush. In our society it's a
subject of entertainment and that's it.

Everyone knows there are aliens and other strange beings and
that some of us know it's true and some don't. It's like one of
those family secrets that we all have and don't talk about.

Maybe because when you look hard enough into the subject what
you find is a great big mirror.

Finally, everyone should support Mr. Davenport any way you can.


Best,

Greg





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