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Re: More Canadian Sightings

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos.nul>
Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2011 23:18:41 -0400
Archived: Sat, 10 Sep 2011 07:41:45 -0400
Subject: Re: More Canadian Sightings

Attached below is the source material for the alleged crash of a
B-52 bomber north of Toronto in 1968 that I forgot to attach to
my earlier UFO UpDates post.


Source: Current Digest of the Russian Press, The (formerly The
Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press), No. 9, Vol.20, March
21, 1968, page(s): 28-28


Author: Nikolai Bragin

Commentator's Column: What Happened Near Toronto? (By Nikolai
Bragin. Pravda, Feb. 28, p. 7. Complete text:) The provocational
flights of U.S. bombers with nuclear weapons on board over the
territory of other countries are continuing. The White House and
the Pentagon continue to disregard the protest of the world
public against this adventurous policy of the American military,
which has already led to the tragedy of Palomares in Spain and
the radioactive contamination of a vast region in Greenland.

Anxiety has seized the population of many NATO member-countries
whose governments, in conformity with "Atlantic solidarity,"
still permit such flights. At any moment it is possible that
another American B-52 bomber carrying hydrogen bombs may crash
in the territory of one of these countries. On Feb. 26 the Paris
weekly Tribune des Nations reported that recently another such
crash took place, this time in Canada, although Washington is
carefully concealing this incident.

On Feb. 12 an American military plane crashed 30 km. from
Toronto, in the area of Lake Simcoe. Tribune des Nations writes
that it had nuclear weapons on board. The lives of many
thousands of people in one of Canada's largest industrial
centers were jeopardized.

The American military rushed its experts to the place where the
plane crashed. To prevent information from leaking to the press,
a vast area was cordoned off and closed to the population. But,
despite all precautionary measures, the fact that the crash had
occurred could not be concealed.

It is noteworthy that just in the past few days reports have
appeared that the Canadian authorities may raise the question of
discontinuing flights of American B-52s over Canadian territory.
After all, the nuclear patrols of the American Air Force over
Canada continue to this day, and there is an American military
base containing stockpiles of nuclear warheads in this country.


Nick Balaskas

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