FOIA Requests are Futile
Source: Bill Lyne (email@example.com)
Government information regarding UFOs is classified
and will remain so as long as the petroleum and other large corporate,
chemical, transportation, and technological interests, power elite
and bankers exert their influence upon our government. The government
justifies this because public access to this information would lead
to the downfall of these corporate interests, and therefore represents
a "...threat to the national security of the United States."
After all, the National Security Council is run mostly by members
of these corporations.
In addition, the requests were unreasonable, because,
as far as I know, all so-called "triangular-shaped UFOs"
are actually not triangular, but ships which use highly ingenious
and technical lighting tricks and illusion to create the appearance
of being triangular, because they want to deceive observers as to
the actual shape of the craft, and because they know that those having
a predisposition to mystical beliefs and beliefs in extraterrestrial
visitors on earth---because the government itself planted those beliefs
in their minds by constant false propaganda---will respond more unreasonably
to what they erronously believe to be triangular-shaped craft, and
can therefore be made to look more ridiculous in a court of law and
in the media.
I also noticed that some of the so-called witnesses
who filed affidavits in support of the suit, are in fact covert members
of the CIA or government security services, who were therefore in
perfect position to create the impression of being complete nincompoops
and crazies, which is their job.
Whenever any intelligent and highly educated person
files such a suit, I immediately suspect involvement of the CIA, since
such a suit, improperly framed and pleaded---as I can see that it
was from examination of some of the filings---damages and does a disservice
to anyone actually seeking valid information concerning UFOs.
For example, instead of requesting a search for information concerning "triangular-shaped craft", the request should have been for information concerning "electrically propelled craft which, through the use of ingenious, illusion-creating technology, are made to appear to be triangular-shaped, whether they in fact are triangular-shaped or not."
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