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Top Secret To Grill Top Secret

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2012 18:16:45 -0500
Archived: Sun, 05 Feb 2012 18:16:45 -0500
Subject: Top Secret To Grill Top Secret




Source: Billy Cox's Blog DeVoid

http://tinyurl.com/7rlgskl

Wednesday, February 1, 2012


Top Secret To Grill Top Secret
by Billy Cox

Having never worked for military intelligence, De Void feels
like a frog on ice when profiling those who do, or have. All the
reading and prep work in the world can't substitute for the
vocabulary of experience. Blow a little jargon in my face, spike
with impressive acronyms, and I'm easy, partner. That's why Don
Ecker's Dark Matters Radio podcast on CyberStationUSA.com could
be interesting tonight. Well, depending on where you are; 10
p.m. on the left coast is 1 a.m. Thursday EST.

Last year, as you may recall, retired Army colonel John
Alexander published a book that assured readers there was no
government coverup of UFO data. He made his case in UFOs: Myths,
Conspiracies and Realities, and what made it convincing were
Alexander's credentials. Touting ties to the CIA, Los Alamos
National Lab, the National Research Council Committee for
Assessment of Non-Lethal Weapons Science and Technology, plus a
top secret security clearance, among other things, the Special
Forces veteran spent years attempting to smoke out UFO material
- or determine its whereabouts - via classified channels such as
special access programs.

His unsuccessful efforts led him to report that our deep black
network is just as clueless about UFOs as Joe Q. Rube. Again, if
you read Alexander's book, you're liable to be impressed with
his diligence.

But not Don Ecker, who shares Alexander's background as a
Vietnam veteran with a top-secret security clearance. In Nam,
Ecker worked signals intelligence and reported to the old Army
Security Agency, which fell under the National Security Agency
umbrella. And he doesn't buy the conclusions in Alexander's book
for a minute. For starters, he cites the 1969 memo from USAF
Brig. Gen.  C.H. Bolender stating that UFO reports with national
security ramifications "are not part of the [public] Blue Book
system".


[More at site... thanks to 'The Norm' for the lead]




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