Has the United States Federal Government abolished its Men in Black? Those fast talking, alien zapping agents of the night, out to protect humanity from undesirable creatures intent on changing the world through deceitful means? Did such an agency really exist or was this just a figment of Hollywood's declining creativity? If no government agency in the United States is in charge of investigating UFOs, what good would any immigration legislation be, regardless of whether it is a stringent stand on illegals or not, if the entry of aliens from the air goes on undetected and unabated?:-) Isn't there anyone in Washington who would take up the cudgels for the farmers in Stephenville, Texas eight days after they reported sighting an Unidentified Flying Object?:-)
Today, no one in the government takes the UFO sightings as seriously as it did six decades ago. The United States Air Force has ceased investigating UFOs in 1969 after evaluating 12,618 sightings between 1940 to 1969. The investigations , code named Project Blue, concluded that:
1. No UFO reported, investigated, and evaluated by the Air Force was ever an indication of a
threat to our National Security;
2.There was no evidence submitted to or discovered by the Air Force that sightings categorized as " Unidentified" represented technological developments or principles beyond the range of modern scientific knowledge; and
3.There was no evidence indicating that the sightings were categorized as "Unidentified" were extraterrestrial vehicles.
So what are the Texans in Stephenville looking at, a mirage? The government has long denied the existence of UFOs; and countless speculations and conspiracy theories, even profitable TV series, books and films were produced to perpetuate this phenomena. Private organizations and private funding are now the only ones active in UFO research. Sightings continue to be reported up to 200 per month, mostly in California, Colorado, and Texas. The Mutual UFO Network, a private organization, plans to investigate the Texas sighting which was witnessed by several people in different parts of the locality.
Recently, a spokesperson for the Japanese Government Chief Cabinet Secretary Nobutaka Machimura declared that he "believes UFO's definitely exist". Japan keeps a vigilant watch over its air space and is always ready to scramble jets to investigate suspicious flying objects. In the US, former Arizona Governor Fife Symington declared that in 1997, he saw an Unidentified Flying Object witnessed too by many constituents.The former governor will be joined by 14 high ranking military and government officials from 7 countries to share evidence on their UFO experience. He was never happy with the concocted explanations of the US military regarding the sightings.
The former governor has perhaps benefited from the UFOs. They might be his constituents that helped him win in Arizona! Could these be his flying voters? The Japanese spokesperson has never seen one but he definitely believes these exist; is this part of the modern Shinto faith that's geared towards technological advancement? And the farmers from Stephenville must be reeling from the entry of illegal immigrants that they have collectively agreed that UFOs were what they saw. Could they mean Undesirable Foreign Orange-pickers? If anything, it could be a top secret US vehicle for President George Bush, to take him to the wild blue yonder after his term, to get away from Dick Cheney and Condoleezza Rice who keep thinking for him and telling him what to say. He may want to think and speak for himself, "Errr... ahhh... I don't particularly like it when people put words in my mouth, either, by the way, unless I say it". Smart huh!
Oh dear Lord..............!