New Legislation Claims UFO Threat Increasing - And Only Some Have Known Human Origin
Like any normal person, I’m spending my Saturday morning watching a UFO podcast — specifically, the Need to Know podcast with Ross Coulthart and Bryce Zabel. Both men are accomplished professionals in their fields; Ross is an award-winning investigative journalist for the biggest news network in Australia who has appeared on programs like that country’s version of 60 minutes, and Bryce is a former Hollywood producer-turned-journalist who has taken an interest in UFO disclosure. Both men have authored books on the UFO phenomenon; Coulthart’s is called In Plain Sight: An Investigation into UFOs and Impossible Science. Zabel has two: Project Disclosure: Revealing Government Secrets and Breaking the Truth Embargo (Conspiracies and Cover-ups), and After Disclosure: When the Government Finally Reveals the Truth About Alien Contact.
Although it’s not what this post is about, the two collaborated last month to produce a brief documentary on the topic that’s a good briefing on the current state of the UFO topic:
What this post IS about is that podcast I’m listening to right now. Coulthart caught something I wanted to share, because I agree with him: “it’s very, very important.”
The podcast is below. The relevant section begins at 22:29. If you don’t have time to watch it, I’ll block quote the pertinent bit after the video player:
In an addendum to the US Intelligence Authorization Act for the fiscal year 2023...Congress has made two quite astonishing claims in that legislation.
The first is: 'cross-domain trans-medium threats to United States' national security are expanding exponentially.' That's a big claim! And the second is that Congress is now distinguishing between UFOs/UAPs that are human in origin, and those that are not.
'Temporary non-attributed objects, or those that are positively identified as man-made after analysis will be passed to appropriate offices and should not be considered under the definition as unidentified aerospace/undersea phenomena' the document says.
Now that's really quite important. I know it sounds as dry as dust, but it's very, very important.
I agree. This is the kind of language that makes you sit up and take notice — and wonder what is being shown in those classified briefings.
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