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Re: Anniversary Of MJ-12

From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 14:32:02 -0300
Archived: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 14:45:58 -0400
Subject: Re: Anniversary Of MJ-12

>From: Gildas Bourdais <bourdais.gildas.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 17:19:30 +0200
>Subject: Re: Anniversary Of MJ-12

>>From: Nigel Watson <nigelwatson1.nul>
>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 14:23:26 +0100
>>Subject: Anniversary Of MJ-12

>>The Majestic Hall of Mirrors
>>Secrets Of U.S. Flying Saucer Recoveries Revealed?

>>by Nigel Watson

>>Excerpted from OhMy News:


>>It is now hard to believe that it is 20 years since the Majestic
>>12 or MJ-12 documents were released to the public by William
>>Moore in the United States, and Timothy Good in the United

>>For the first time these documents seemed to officially confirm
>>that the U.S. government did recover a crashed saucer at Roswell
>>in the summer of 1947 and that the Majestic 12 committee was
>>formed by President Harry Truman on Sept 24, 1947, to
>>investigate the implications of this incident. Since then more
>>MJ-12 documents have surfaced that indicate the United States
>>has secretly worked with aliens and utilized their technology.

>>[Continues at the OhMy News website]

>Thank you for this link. I have just read it and I feel the need
>to react witout delay to this text.

>To me, it is a good exemple of the extreme confusion spread
>continously in  ufology, since the days of John Lear et al. It
>mixes many things in such a way as to cast doubt on all of them.
>I feel that it's a good text for "useful idiots", as Jacques
>Vallee called them in his book Messengers Of Deception. As a
>matter of fact, he is himself an expert in the genre.

>I noted the pique of Paul Kimball against Exopolitics. I am a
>bit surprised because I did not hear him make such negative
>comment at the X Conference, which we both attended a few days
>ago, and where several proponents of Exopolitics were also

>It would have been interesting, though, to have such a debate,
>at the final panel.

>By the way, there was, inded, a clash, when journalist Richard
>Farley grabbed the microphone to launch into a violent critique
>of several other members, telling them, in effect, that they are
>some kind of useful idiots who don't know what they are talking
>about. Shortly after he left the room and was not seen again.

>For my part, I was far from agreeing with all the opinions
>expressed at that Conference, but I do not approve of such a
>rude conduct, like most participants.

>Any other comments from this List?

Hi Glidas,

Nigel and I have been at logger-heads on numerous occassions on
this List but I found his article close to my understanding on
much of its contents. MJ-12 is not my strength. I leave that up
to Stan and others to hammer out.

Certainly - to my mind-the Nazi UFO technology theory is
rubbish. Edward's contention that the Avrocar was used to help
explain away UFO technology is rubbish as well. It's no secret
that the thing couldn't lift itself more that 4-5 feet off the
ground and couldn't even get off the base. Pretty hard to report
something you can't see.

Don Ledger

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