An ABC broadcast Thursday [1/2/2014], The Assets, is about
CIA operative Aldrich Ames’ traitorous proffering of fellow operatives’ names
to the Soviet’s KGB.
Britain had its Kim Philby defection from British
Intelligence to Soviet Russia, with double-agent machinations by Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess. and Anthony Blunt.
In 1953, Americans Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed
for Soviet espionage.
There are numerous other spy instances, where men and women
privy to secrets of The United States and those of other countries, have
offered, for cash or other reasons, a selling out of information that proved
detrimental or eye-opening to those who received that information; Edward
Snowden comes to mind currently.
The question to be asked is why no one allegedly privy to
UFO materials, secret or otherwise, has ever come forward to disclose any of
that information, no matter how prosaic or earth-shattering?
Is there no information to impart? Is the matter of UFOs so
inane that no one will sacrifice their career or pensions to tell the public
what their government or military knows?
If some of those named above thought that communism was a
better alternative to democracy, wouldn’t it seem likely that someone in NASA,
the CIA, the U.S. Air Force, or NSA et al. would think that information about
UFO aliens, if actual, should be disclosed to media and/or the public?
Are there no heroes or traitors within the portals where UFO
secrets are held?
And does anyone really believe that governments, especially
The United States’ government (military) have really given up pursuing what
UFOs are? That is, unless they already know.
It seems odd to me that there are no defections when it
comes to UFOs, unless UFOs are of no real consequence, and those who have
access to UFO materials know this.