'Non-Human' UFOs Recovered by Intelligence Community and Kept Secret


The Amalgamated Flying Saucer Club of America, which headquarters in Los Angeles, released this photo taken by a member reportedly showing a flying saucer estimated at seventy feet in diameter.
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David Charles Grusch, a former intelligence official, has given Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General classified information regarding clandestine programs that have retrieved intact and partially intact craft of non-human origin. The information has unlawfully been kept from Congress, and Grusch has filed a complaint stating he faced unlawful retaliation for his confidential disclosures. This information is corroborated by similar evidence from other intelligence officials. The recovered objects, judged by their morphologies, material science testing, and unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures, are of “exotic origin.”

Despite the Air Force’s attempts to discredit reported sightings of unidentified objects since World War II, Congress is now demanding answers. The phenomenon is seen as real and global by insiders, some of whom are willing to share their knowledge about these recovery programs. Grusch, with his experience in covert operations and his position as a Senior Intelligence Officer at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, is one of those individuals.

Grusch alleges that “legacy programs” related to UFOs have been hidden within various agencies and discusses a Cold War for recovered and exploited physical material that lasted for decades. He reveals that these recovery operations are still in progress and provides evidence that materials from non-human origin are held by secretive black ops programs. Grusch left the government in April 2023 to promote government accountability through public awareness.

The complaint alleges that information related to unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) has been unlawfully kept or hidden from Congress by elements within the intelligence community to obstruct legitimate oversight of the UAP Program. After suffering retaliation for providing classified information, Grusch began communicating with Congressional intelligence committees in private sessions.

Jonathan Grey, an intelligence officer at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, is also publicly discussing the US Air Force’s analysis of UAPs for the first time. According to Grey, while secrecy is necessary for potential technological advancements, denial of these technologies’ existence or use in asymmetrical warfare is no longer necessary. He believes that the revelation of these technologies could prompt a broader discussion and unite nations. Grusch agrees, and has exhorted, “I hope this revelation serves as an ontological shock sociologically and provides a generally uniting issue for nations of the world to re-assess their priorities.”


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