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Re: Mexican UFO Sighting "No Big Deal" - Allan

From: Christopher Allan <cda.nul>
Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 14:50:44 +0100
Fwd Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 17:04:57 -0400
Subject: Re: Mexican UFO Sighting "No Big Deal" - Allan


>From: Kelly Peterborough <kellymcg.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sat, 15 May 2004 10:05:28 -0400
>Subject: Re: Mexican UFO Sighting "No Big Deal"

>>From: Amy Hebert <ahebert.nul>
>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 13:35:32 -0500
>>Subject: Re: Mexican UFO Sighting "No Big Deal"

><snip>

>>This is for everyone:

>>I'm not one for looking a gift horse in the mouth but... doesn't
>>it strike anyone as odd that the Mexican Air Force made a
>>deliberate effort to seek out Jaime Maussan to tell him this
>>information and make the footage available to broadcast all over
>>the world?

>>Before we run around promoting this footage as proof of UFO's,
>>we need to examine this case and the surrounding sociopolitical
>>variables carefully and objectively.

>I find the fact that the Mexican's gave the evidence to a UFO
>researcher troubling too - perhaps because I worked for a former
>Canadian Prime Minister for a long time and think a scenario
>like this would be inconceivable here. I don't know how the
>Mexican government works, but here the Department of Defence
>would need clearance to hand over what could be regarded as
>sensitive information to the public. That said, Mexico is not
>Canada.

>However, since we're all speculating, here's a possibility. The
>Mexican government released the evidence to a UFO researcher
>because Mexico is speculating that the US illegally invaded
>Mexican airspace using secret stealth technology. Not wanting to
>confront the US directly, they release the info to a UFO
>researcher so it gives the world a "heads up" as to advanced
>technology the US may have. Or Mexico and the US (the US has
>called Mexico its "best friend") jointly worked on this project
>in order to put fear into other countries that the US has
>advanced technology and so gave the info to a UFO researcher.
>Under these two hypothetical scenarios, the info would be given
>to a UFO researcher because if it had been given to scientists
>it would have been studied and then buried without public
>knowledge.

>So, the question is: Why did Mexico want worldwide coverage of
>this event, at risk of humiliating their country
>internationally?

>That Mexico gave the evidence to a UFO researcher is, to me, the
>fly in the ointment. I smell a rat.

Strange isn't it?

Governments are so often accused of cover-up. Then when one of them
(Mexico) decides to hand over a hot case to a private UFO researcher
for study, people still suspect something is wrong. Like a cover-up
in reverse.

Perhaps the Mexican authorities have a good idea what the
objects are, but want to let certain ufologists in on the affair
to see if the latter end up with egg on their faces.
Inconceivable you say?

Rather than rush to judgment, skeptics should wait until a
plausible answer presents itself. (But when it does, it will
still be rejected by ufologists).

Let's wait and see.


CDA



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