The US government has very specific plans regarding UFOs

The US government has very specific plans regarding UFOs

Part of the expected UFO activity report of the past fifty years has finally been declassified. A report, consisting of nine pages plus two appendices, was called "Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena" and delivered to the competent authorities, headed by the Government of the United States of America.

The report neither confirms nor denies that UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) come from this planet. According to the very first line of the executive summary of the report, the limited amount of high-quality evidence regarding these phenomena hinders the ability to draw firm conclusions about the true nature or hypothetical intentions of UAPs.

The document continues by reporting the data collected by the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) section "concentrated" on UAP sightings that took place between 2004 and 2021. Furthermore, according to the report, most of these specific sightings were reduced to "physical objects" that appeared simultaneously on multiple detection systems, including radar, infrared, electro-optical systems, and visual detections attributed to the pilots themselves. Despite everything, however, it was not possible to identify the certain origin of most of the sightings.

The very existence of these UAPs could give rise to a national security problem, being able, virtually, to make even the major air routes present on American soil unsafe. The fact of not having absolute certainty of their origin is already in itself a big headache in terms of national security, not excluding the origin given by a technological advance not in the public domain, by countries opposing the United States.

Since the disclosure of the report, some statements by politicians linked in some way to the intelligence of the United States of America have also been made public.

"It has become increasingly clear that unidentified aerial phenomena are not an occasional event, and therefore our government needs precise regulation to collect, analyze and contextualize these reports"

This is what Adam Schiff, representative of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence said.

Be that as it may, it seems that the US is also preparing to face situations from "outer space", which certainly could worry, and not a little, all those who have been studying the UFO phenomenon for years ...