The US Navy does not want to release its many videos containing images of alleged unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
Despite a recent congressional hearing about UFOs and the process for reporting them, the military says releasing this material would negatively affect national security.
The government transparency website, The Black Vault, received a negative response from the Navy in regard to releasing the video, saying it does not want the UFO videos to be released.
This is supposedly about national security and keeping some methods and knowledge of UFOs away from public consumption. Let’s take a look at the claims.
How Would These Videos Hurt National Security?
According to the Navy, the disclosure of the material can be a treasure trove for U.S. adversaries, providing extremely valuable information on how the Navy works and records threats.
This would leave the United States more vulnerable to attack, giving enemies more insight into our knowledge of foreign potential military technology, of which some UFOs are believed to be part.
Although now there is the possibility of no more videos being delivered, it is our knowledge the Navy admitted there is a lot of material about UFOs and that much of it remaining is fully unexplained.
It’s not new to anyone that strange things have been happening which no one can explain!
There has also already been leakage of official records which have ended up in media. Whereas the Navy’s decision to crack down on this way shows there is likely a lot more footage out there that could be quite shocking and reveal a lot.
US Navy's secret UFO videos would 'harm national security' if released https://t.co/5gH7jakR5W
— Derek P. Gilbert (@derekgilbert) September 10, 2022
A New Era?
The Pentagon has been more open in recent years, regarding the disclosure of UFO records.
The military has, for years, been the target of criticism on the existence of extraterrestrial life or technology that surpasses our current understanding. This is a question of balancing national security with the public’s right to know.
If there are technology or life forms that could be harming us, our livestock, or our life in various ways, we deserve to know.
At the same time, it’s true the military must maintain an edge technologically and not reveal all its methods of collection and analysis on threats, as well as how much technology it possesses which is unrevealed to adversaries.
In Dec 2021, Richard Butt (@conterammundi) told me they are "a Navy civilian working in Information Warfare".
If true, an anonymous US military employee working in INFORMATION WARFARE spends part of their day directly influencing the UFO community and attacking UFO critics. pic.twitter.com/epq33qq4SQ
— Steven Greenstreet (@MiddleOfMayhem) September 8, 2022
The Bottom Line
The bottom line here is the Navy is refusing to release the UFO videos and claims it’s for national security.
Is it possible some UFOs are US technology that was seen in the skies and our military doesn’t want this revealed to enemies?
Is it possible some is enemy tech that the US military wants the enemy to think they don’t yet know about? Anything is possible at this point, including that some could be unexplained ET life.
Let’s keep an open mind and keep investigating.
This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.