From: Kevin Randle <KRandle993.nul> Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 14:44:56 -0500 (EST) Archived: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 07:23:49 -0500 Subject: Re: Wilbert Smith And Project Magnet >From: Stanton T. Friedman <fsphys.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2012 16:42:49 -0400 >Subject: Re: Wilbert Smith And Project Magnet >>Source: Kevin Randle's A different Perspective Blog >>http://tinyurl.com/75wt5ug >>Friday, February 17, 2012 >>Wilbert Smith And Project Magnet >>For some bizarre reason, the Wilbert Smith documents have gained >>new life and I'm not sure why. Smith was a Canadian radio >>engineer who worked with, or for the government and was well >>thought of. He was, for example, the Senior Engineer at the >>Canadian Department of Transport. He also, according to >>researcher Grant Cameron, was responsible for "Radio Ottawa" >>where the Canadian "spies" reported in and which also monitored >>Soviet communications. Yes, I wondered about Canadian spies as >>well, but that something for another time. >>According to the latest information, this memo, written by Smith >>on November 21, 1950, has just been recovered from the Archives >>of the University of Ottawa. I guess that means that the >>document was found in their collection, but it has been >>available for a long time. Though originally classified as Top >>Secret, it has been downgraded over the years so that it is no >>longer classified (which means only that its classification was >>downgraded and says nothing about the importance of the >>information included in it.) The complete text says: Stan, All - >There is more to Smith than he is given credit for in this blog >post. He was well thought of indeed. Thought I made it clear that he was well thought of... wondered about the idea of Canadian spies... who do they spy on? But, that is something for another day. >I had a copy from Canadian Scott Foster in 1979 and viewed the >memo in the Arthur Bray files at the U. of Ottawa many years >ago. I also met with Smith's boss Dr. Solandt and located and >met with Robert Sarbacher his American source for the comments >given about Bush. Yes, yes. We all get it. You've been to archives. You've interviewed people. Sarbacher talked about this (and wasn't it Steinman who found Sarbacher and interviewed him first? That's what he said in his book...) And you had a copy before the MJ-12 papers surfaced... interesting. >Smith was not just a teller of tales like, for example, Frank >Kaufmann who had nothing to back up his fiction. CD Allan >naturally got his facts wrong in his anti-MJ-12 zeal. We did not >find all the names in Bush's papers. Why is it you always have to make snarky little comments? Couldn't you have said he wasn't a teller of tales like Gerald Anderson, the wannabe SEAL who was not. And was it three dead aliens and one injured or was it two dead, one injured and one not? Why did he invent the phone bill... to make me look bad because I was saying he was a liar, so to prove me wrong, he forged a telephone bill. Please explain the logic in that? Tell us again how the fact that Buskirk taught at the Albuquerque High School where your buddy, Anderson, was a student is irrelevant. Oh yes, Buskirk is the liar not Anderson. I mention these things because you have a habit of tromping off into irrelevancies to the particular discussions. >There was a lot of useful info at the Truman Library, the Ike >Library, the Harvard Archives, Reagan library etc.Of course some >of the people were well known to Bush... no surprise considering >his major role in science and government policy during and after >WW II. Chairman of committees etc. Much more in the way of solid >infomation re MJ-12 can be found in my TOP SECRET/MAJIC and >in a long piece at my web site: >www.stantonfriedman.com Yes, tell us again how the lack of a provenance for MJ-12 is really a proof that the documents are real. Please explain why, if there was a crash on the Plains of San Agustin, there is no mention of it in the briefing for the President-elect. Please explain why the Aztec crash is left out, but the El Indio fiction, invented by Robert Willingham is included. >Good idea to have facts in hand before putting computer in gear Sound advice Stan, maybe you should take it... I mean, you invented a black sergeant to visit Bill Brazel, you said that none of the various archaeologists were on the Plains to see the crash when documentation puts Herbert Dick in the perfect location. You published 38 false claims by Don Schmitt and me but later attributed them all to me... even when I wasn't involved... Explain what you meant when you wrote that you knew about the alien tissue sample that Don and I had. All I did was suggest that the Smith document was a document created by a man giving his opinion and it was based on such credible sources as Behind The Flying Saucers. I tried to make it clear that Smith was a respected man, but his report left a little to be desired from the standpoint of evidence. Kevin Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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