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More Blues For The Dead-Letter Office - Cox

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 07:06:42 -0400
Archived: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 07:06:42 -0400
Subject: More Blues For The Dead-Letter Office - Cox

Source: Billy Cox's Blog De Void


Tuesday, March 20, 2012

More Blues For The Dead-Letter Office
by Billy Cox

(Joel Hyatt is a former finance chairman for the Democratic
Party. In 2004, he and Al Gore bought cable property Newsworld
International and turned it into Current TV the following year.
Last month, De Void sent this hopelessly long-winded entry into
the website=92s suggestion window.)

Joel Hyatt/CEO Current TV:

Dear Mr. Hyatt:

Last year, Ecuador expelled the American ambassador for
undiplomatic remarks disclosed by the WikiLeaks fiasco. Right,
exactly =97 so what? Here=92s another useless fact: In 2008, when
President Correa announced that Ecuador=92s entire national
security infrastructure had been compromised by clandestine U.S.
money, he revamped his defense bureaucracy and expelled several
American citizens he accused of being CIA spies. But meh. The
only time we pay attention to South America is when one of its
leaders visits Havana or extends trade relations with Iran.

However =96 something surprising also happened in Ecuador. And
with consumer market shares swirling down the drainhole,
American corporate media can no longer afford to ignore even the
most traditionally repulsive subject of modern times. Because
sooner or later, someone in the States will capitalize on it =96
and make off like bandits. So hold your nose, here goes:

Correa also decided to declassify the military=92s stash of UFO
data. Don=92t retch =96 hang with this. Correa did it by ordering
his generals to give a veteran TV journo all the resources he
needed to find it. And Jaime Rodriguez has been reporting on the
results via Ecuavision in Quito ever since. Rodriguez alleges
that at least some of the financial and career incentives
offered by Uncle Sam to Ecuador=92s military were contingent upon
keeping its UFO material classified. Is this true? Obviously no
one in these parts can say, because we don=92t cover UFOs. But
what anyone can confirm, with just a few strokes of the
keyboard, and without having to expend any resources, is that
today in Ecuador, active duty pilots and officers are talking
freely about near collisions in the skies. Some of those events
are hair-raising.

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