Former MoD official believes Pentagon paper could provide “solutions” to UFO questions
A FORMER Ministry of Defence (MoD) insider believes that a long-awaited Pentagon report on UFO sightings by the US military will finally “give us some answers” on the issue.
Nick Pope, who worked for the British government in the 1990s investigating UFO reports, is keeping a careful eye on the next Pentagon report. The dossier is expected to explain what the US intelligence community knows about UAPs, or unidentified aerial phenomenon, which is an official term for UFOs. People have been reporting UFO sightings around the United States for decades, but the topic will soon be brought before the US Congress in an official capacity.
The Pentagon study is intended to cover US military personnel’s UFO sightings, including film of unidentified “weird craft.”
Several verified disclosures in recent years have reignited interest in the UFO phenomenon, with the Pentagon only last year declassifying three of the videos.
Many individuals believe the study will provide new insight on the potential of aliens living among us, while others believe it is a national security and defense issue.
Mr Pope is one of many who believes extraterrestrial life exists somewhere among the stars, but he is wary of claiming aliens have visited Earth.
The UFO specialist was interviewed on Sunrise on 7News in Australia, where he was questioned about his insider knowledge and the Pentagon report.
When asked if he believed in aliens, Mr Pope replied, “Well, I’m sure there’s life out there.”
“I’m not sure if we’re being visited or not, but maybe, just maybe, we’ll get some answers soon.”
“I mean, in the United States, this is unprecedented right now.
“Former presidents, CEOs, and National Intelligence Directors are all taking it seriously.
“Whatever we’re dealing with, there’s a recognition that it’s a serious national security and defense issue.”
So far, former President Barack Obama has spoken out about the report, telling James Corden on The Late Late Show that there is video footage of objects “that we don’t know exactly what they are.”
“We can’t explain how they moved, their trajectory,” he said. They lacked a clearly discernible pattern.
“And so, you know, I think people are still interested in investigating and figuring out what that is.”
After a provision to have it public, the Pentagon study is set to be revealed in June. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”