UAP Report Dissected Part One

by Dark Lord
UAP Report Dissected Part One

For Those who may not have had the opportunity to read the UAPTF Report which was released on the 25th, we will break it down for you as best we can and share with you what we see in the report. Beginning with page two as page one is a cover sheet.

Paragraph one is the standard hooha you will find with most government agency reporting, which is simply why the report was written. In this case, it was directed as part of the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 as instituted by the Senate and signed off on by the president. It also states that the director of National Intelligence in consultation with the Secretary of Defense is to submit this intelligence assessment and the threat posed by UAPs. In short, the two entities consulted in this document, even if only by name, mean that the subject of UAP’s is reaching the highest echelon of the US government and military. Both the director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense are likely to have a direct line and the ear of the president of the United States in times of need. Furthermore, it determines, and rightfully so, that UAP’s pose a threat, which is later revealed to be to military and civilian aircraft. Although we here at UAP.News do not consider them threatening, that is not to say that unexpected and dangerous aerial events do not occur, they certainly do.

Paragraph two actually has some important information in it including that the military/government are to create relevant processes, policies, technologies and training for personnel if they encounter a UAP. Let’s think about that for a second. Processes are to be developed, which as we understand it, means procedures for identifying and reporting UAP’s. Policies for how, where, when and why you are to report UAP’s. Another big step is that in moving forward it will be policy to report what you have seen rather than ignore it for fear of ridicule or possibly worse. Technologies are sorely needed and may have a hefty price tag attached, but this is something that should have been done 50 years ago. We also see this as tricky since the appearance and movements of UAP craft are unpredictable at best and we have very little if any knowledge of the way they operate. It goes on to say that there will be US government/military training involved so when encounters do occur intelligence can be gathered correctly. Finally, it states that data continues to be collected and analyzed. Our question is, by whom? Our understanding is that two part-time employees of the government that put this report together are the UAPTF, so who exactly are those that collect and analyze this data? Our grasp of this is that there may not be funding going forward which will obviously need to change. If and when that change occurs more voting representatives such as senators and congressmen will become involved, possibly increasing the UAP dialogue publicly and privately.

Paragraph three mostly involves an alphabet soup of three letter governmental agencies involved in this report including the ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence), FBI, NSA and so on. This group also includes most branches of our military and to our understanding the Air Force was not really cooperating at the level requested. Moving on though, the two agencies that are missing are somewhat shocking. The CIA and DHS (Department of Homeland Security) are both suspiciously absent as participants. We find it surprising that neither of those organizations would have something to add to such an important report.

Finally, at the bottom of this page, there is the standard disclaimer, that at times what is thought to be a UAP presence may actually be attributable to “sensor anomalies.” That, my friends, is their get out of jail free card. This is their golden goose of excuse. In the past UFOs were simply reported as weather balloons or swamp gas, but going forward they may be excused away as “sensor anomalies.” This one sentence at the bottom of the page reminds us that the government is not in the business of transparency but rather obfuscation and that things may not truly be changing anytime soon with regard to honest and open disclosure. That’s it for this page.

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