Published: 1:32 PM 11/7/2016
not telling everything they know...
By Alixandra Caole Vila
Malcolm Robinson, the founder of Strange Phenomena Investigations which carries out UFO & Paranormal research has recently revealed that government is not telling everything they know about aliens.
According to Daily Star, a source within the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has revealed to Robinson that the government is not even telling half of the truth.
"The governments of this world - including Britain - know far more than they are letting on, that's for sure," Robinson told Daily Star.
As reported by Mail, the MoD has operated a UFO desk for 30 years, but in 2009, they stopped operating because the MoD is allegedly not producing helpful output to the country's defence and is only taking resources and staff away from more valuable activities. The findings collected in the last two years of its operation are publicly available on the National Archives website, including UFO sightings in 1970 and 1971. There are 25 files containing 4,400 pages.
The National Archives holds other UFO files that have already been released by the MoD.
One page in the collected file includes a letter written by two young boys in Staffordshire.
"We want you, come with us," were the terrifying words coming out of the lemon-shaped head," the letter read.
There are also some sketches of UFO from a recorded sighting. Some of the sketches include descriptions about the color of the lights emitted by the mysterious aircraft and its height.
As a paranormal investigator who has been seeking the truth about aliens for decades, Robinsons called for government to launch an inquiry into clusters of sightings, including cold case police files from Bonnybridge, Scotland which revealed at least 300 sightings.
"The Ministry of Defence have slowly released governmental files about sightings in the UK," he said.
"Declassified docs in the US have also been released which clearly show that the NSA were in cahoots with other nation's governments - and knew exactly what was going on."