Real UFO Disclosure Occurred Sporadically in 1950s But Was Quickly Abandoned

Attempts by highly-placed public officials and members of academia to disclose the reality of UFOs and aliens showed up periodically in major newspapers in the 1950s, the decade following the Roswell UFO crash recovery.

Yet, such moments of unfiltered truth were sporadic at best, and often denied or contradicted a few days after their initial reporting, as occurred in the Roswell incident.

It’s as though the powers-that-be were testing the waters to see if such a piecemeal drip, drip, drip disclosure would trigger a major panic among the masses  — or prime them for the grand reveal.

In my opinion, they soon decided that leveling with the public would cause panic and worst, therefore, quickly turned to Plan B, which consisted of containment, massive cover-up at all costs, and denial.

Here are 3 historic examples of what I consider trial balloon disclosures of the phenomenon. Following them is a short video explaining the reasons why I think such UFO disclosure will likely never occur.
This article was published in the daily newspaper The New York Times, USA, on March 12, 1959.
No. 1:
WELLINGTON. New Zealand, March 11 (Reuters) — Rear Admiral George Dufek said today that he did not think the existence of flying saucers could be discounted.

“I think it is very stupid for human beings to think no one else in the universe is as intelligent as we are,” he said.

Admiral Dufek, retiring as commander of the United States research and exploration program in the Antarctic is returning home.

He said it was not beyond possibility that meteors that exploded in the Earth’s atmosphere were saucers driven from Venus or other planets by intelligent creatures.”

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No. 2:
New York Herald Tribune, July 30, 1958
Dr. Jung Says ‘Flying Disks’ Suggest Quasi-Human Pilots
Associated Press report from Alamogordo, N.M., July 29.

Dr. Carl Jung, the Swiss psychologist, says in a report released yesterday that unidentified flying objects are real, and show signs of intelligent guidance by quasi-human pilots.
“I can only say for certain that these things are not a mere rumor. Something has been seen. A purely psychological explanation is ruled out.”
Dr. Jung, who had started his research on UFOs in 1944, issued his statement through the UFO-Filter Centre of the Aerial Phenomena Research Association (A.P.R.O.) here. He said:
“I have gathered a mass of observations of unidentified flying objects since 1944. The disks do not behave in accordance with physical laws, but as though without weight.”
“If the extraterrestrial origin of these phenomena should be confirmed, this would prove the existence of an intelligent interplanetary relationship. What such a fact might mean for humanity cannot be predicted.”
“But it would put us without a doubt in the extremely precarious position of primitive communities in conflict with the superior culture of the whites.”
“That the construction of these machines proves a scientific technique immensely superior to ours cannot be disputed.”
The United States Air Force has said that investigations of flying saucer reports over the last ten years have produced no evidence that such things exist. It said last November that investigations of 5,700 reported sightings showed that the mysterious objects were balloons, aircraft, astronomical phenomena, birds, fireworks, or hoaxes – among other things.

No. 3:
This article was published in the daily newspaper Le Méridional, France, page 1, on February 19, 1956:
of big size flies over Paris
at a speed of 2.400 km/h. (1,500 miles per hour)
PARIS. — The radars at Orly detected the other night, on their screens, the presence above the Paris area, of a machine which could not be identified, and whose dimensions, according to the size of the echo reproduced on the radarscope, would be twice larger than the commercial aircraft currently in service.

The spot which appeared on the radar at 23 hours immobilized per moment, letting suppose that it was an apparatus that can hover in space: during its fastest displacements, the technicians calculated that it reached the speed of 2.400 km/h.

These observations were confirmed by a pilot of Air France who, commanding a plane bound for London, saw a red light flickering above him and emitted by the announced craft.

Flying on his D.C. 3 at 1.300 meters of altitude, the pilot having been informed by the local control of Orly of the presence in the vicinity of an unidentified craft, noted indeed, whereas he was at the vertical of Les Mureaux, that a red light moving towards him ignited and died out at a few hundreds of meters above its plane.

Changing course to avoid the obstacle, he lost sight of the red light, but found it a few moments later, after control had signaled him that the mysterious object moved towards Le Bourget. The light, once again, appeared above the D.C. 3 before disappearing definitively in the clouds.
The astronomers: a weather balloon
The observatory of Paris, questioned about the “object” seen above the aerodrome of Orly, declared that nothing abnormal had been announced during the other night.

The strongest reservations are expressed about the “mysterious machine”, but the astronomers announce that American weather balloons, currently released in Germany, can reach diameters going up to 30 meters. These bulky balloons are carried by airstreams, the “jet streams”, particularly fast and turbulent.

One however points out, in the aeronautical circles, that the enormous speed of the “apparatus” (2.400 km/h.) could not have been reached by balloons.

Moreover, these balloons pass on France at a very high altitude; however, the machine of Saturday was relatively low.
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