Friday, December 3, 2010

WikiLeaks Has UFOs Documents: Julian Assange

WikiLeaks has UFOs Documents: Julian Assange

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Does WikiLeaks have documents on UFOs or extraterrestrials? Julian Assange’s UFOs question came in a new Guardian interview that asked about the release of a quarter-million US diplomatic cables. The Guardian asked Julian Assange about his legal troubles, engineering issues, and plans for the future. But dropped in their was a notable question and shocking answer.

“Have there ever been documents forwarded to you which deal with the topic of UFOs or extraterrestrials?” Assange’s answer was “yes”. Moreover, he suggests that the documents could soon get released. “It is worth noting that in yet-to-be-published parts of the cablegate archive there are indeed references to UFOs.”

How many documents are there? WikiLeaks according to Assange receives many more correspondences than those that satisfy WikiLeaks’ “publishing rules”. But the cablegate archives about the UFOs reportedly meet those standards and will be released.
Eight feared UFOs have been spotted hovering over Chinese airports since June, says news reports.  The confusion is causing British news to suggest that the aircrafts are not UFOs but secret new Chinese military planes, not disclosed to Chinese airport officials.
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In July, news reports claimed a UFO sighting over Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport; the airport was shut down. On June 30,  Xinjiang was reportedly shut down following a similar sighting. In summer 2010, Sichuan province suffered similar shutdowns blamed on illuminated items. On September 11, the airport at Baotou, Inner Mongolia, was shut down upon another alleged spotting; three flights to Baotou from Shanghai and Beijing were diverted during the episode.
The Chinese military and the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) have repeatedly suggested lack of communication between the two organizations. This fall, the CAAC was left to speculate what was spotted above its own airports that prompted their closures.
Alleged UFO Chinese Airport Pictures Set 2

Chinese news claimed in July that the CAAC couldn’t release the information because “there was a military connection.” Eighteen flights were delayed or rerouted on July 7 at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport at roughly 9 pm local time, reported CNN. That prompted Wang Jian, head of air traffic control with Zhejiang branch of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, to have no explanation for the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport incident. “No conclusion has yet been drawn”.

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