Friday, August 5, 2016

My Hypothesis of Alien Cover Up


My Hypothesis of Alien Cover Up

This I have to do before next President of United States is sworn in ? November 2016 and effective from January 2017.

If I do that after the sworn in, I become a laughing stock of the CIA, FBI, DOD and NSA.

Mode of disclosure in USA is very simple.

1.Never direct or firsthand in the name of witness protection

2. No documentary evidence (if there are any, they are classified and sealed 100 feet underground in places where nuclear contamination has occurred)

3. They are released after 70 years when the people known to have direct evidence are dead or demented

4. Government explanation is the only correct version and others are all speculations.

5. Encourage speculation

6. No collaboration with other agencies in the name of independence of all units.

7. Whistle blowing (Snowden type) are discouraged, if that happens they are in their nineties and can be passed as fragmented memory or dementia.

8. UFO material was leaked out without cohesion,”one of my old friends told me, so and so,cock and bull story, in his or death bed (dying disposition).

9. Presidents (UFO scenario) and political leaders are kept in the dark by design.

10. Military overrules political machinery in the name of national security.

The black crow becomes white crow scenario prevails.

Why Cover up of UFOS?
There may be many but I will speculate only one scenario.

1. Aliens were far superior in technology and intelligence.

2. They had medical problems to solve of their own.

3. They needed genetic material and live organs for testing.

4. There was memorandum of understanding after lengthy telepathic negotiations.

5. In exchange of information and materials, the aliens were allowed free access and alien abductions became a reality.

6. There was no compensation for returned abductees but amnesia or mentally blank picture or blurred encounter.

7. The film industry a beneficiary (books came later).

I hope you got the picture by now.

My reasonings of how security arms operate is 
simple.

They are not accountable to any but law unto themselves.

This is frightening but is the truth of the matter.

Transparency is just a joke.

Any country including Sri-Lanka has a local mafiosi organization/s (may be several).
These illegal (in the name of NGO) organizations operate independently or with the knowledge of the state.
In actual fact they are patented in the same line and according to the country of origin and style.

May be sophisticated or crude.

They are there to create fear and psychosis in the minds the citizenry, even though they are meant to protect the civilians.

That is the declared purpose but in reality cover up the state embezzlement and corruption (modern Sri-Lanka is a good example).

Below is a unclassified (what I mean is, level of secrecy or power hierarchy not known, to whom they are answerable or responsible also not clear) list and it may not be comprehensive.
United States
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Independent agencies
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
United States Department of Defense (DOD)
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
National Security Agency (NSA)
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
Twenty-Fifth Air Force (25 AF)
Army Military Intelligence (MI)
Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA)
Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
United States Department of Energy
Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence (OICI)
United States Department of Homeland Security
Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A)
Coast Guard Intelligence (CGI)
United States Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Drug Enforcement Administration, Office of National Security Intelligence (DEA/ONSI)
United States Department of State
Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR)
United States Department of the Treasury
Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI)

United Kingdom

Domestic intelligence
Security Service/MI5[9] – Domestic counter terrorism intelligence gathering and analysis.
National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU)[10] – Domestic counter extremism intelligence gathering and analysis.
National Crime Agency (NCA)[11] – Organized crime intelligence gathering and analysis.
National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NBIS)[12] – Illegal firearms intelligence analysis.
National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB)[13] – Economic crime intelligence gathering and analysis.
Foreign intelligence
Secret Intelligence Service (SIS)/MI6[14] – Foreign intelligence gathering and analysis.
Defense Intelligence (DI)[15] – Military intelligence analysis.
Signals intelligence
Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)[16] – Signals intelligence gathering and analysis.
Joint intelligence
Joint Intelligence Organization (JIO)[17] – Joint intelligence analysis.
SwitzerlandFederal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sports
Nachrichtendienst Des Bundes (NDB) Federal Intelligence Service As Of 1 January 2010, Created By Merger Of Strategic Intelligence Service (SND) – Strategischer Nachrichtendienst And Analysis And Prevention Service (DAP) – Dienst Für Analyse Und Prävention
Swiss Armed Forces
Military Intelligence Service (MND) – Militärischer Nachrichtendienst
Federal Department of Justice and Police

The Postal Service and Telecommunications Surveillance (UPF) – Überwachung Post- und Fernmeldeverkehr

Russian Federation

Federal Security Service (FSB) – Федеральная служба безопасности

Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) – Служба Внешней Разведки

Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) – Главное Разведывательное Управление Federal Protective Service (FSO) – Федеральная служба охраны

Special Communications Service of Russia - Служба специальной связи и информации

Canada

Canadian Security Intelligence Service – Service Canadien du Renseignement de Sécurité (CSIS/SCRS)

Communications Security Establishment (CSE)

Canadian Forces Intelligence Branch (DND)

Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC) which is led by the (RCMP)

Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC)

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)




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