Wikileaks cable confirms extensive Soviet UFO investigations

January 8, 2011

Photo of crashed UFO surrounded by Soviet Army soliders

The first Wikileaks U.S. diplomatic cable that mentions UFOs has just been released. It is based on comments by Yuriy Zhadobin, chairman of the intelligence service of the former Soviet Republic of Belarus. In the cable prepared by the U.S. Embassy in Minsk, Zhadobin is reported to have said that during the time of the Soviet Union, there were almost unlimited funds for investigating the UFO phenomenon. He laments that after the Soviet break up, Belarus no longer has the funds to investigate UFOs to the extent it once had. This is what Zhadobin said in the cable just released by the Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten:

Unlike during the USSR, the department is not engaged in studying paranormal phenomena. [Back then,] we had greater means and opportunities which we could spend on anything and everything. Today the situation is different. Then, when society was excited by something, it entered our sphere of interest. But when it comes to healers, UFOs and such, we just can´t deal with them any more.

Wikileaks has so far only released 2000 of approximately 250,000 diplomatic cables, less than one percent. In an interview with the Guardian newspaper in December 2010, Julian Assange confirmed that some of the unreleased cables do concern UFOs. Those yet to be released cables may reveal the extent to which the U.S. and other countries have investigated, and publicly covered up the UFO phenomenon and its relationship to extraterrestrial life. Further Reading Assange arrest impacts on impending release of classified UFO cables

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3 Responses to Wikileaks cable confirms extensive Soviet UFO investigations

  1. exopolitics on January 10, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    The Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten, is releasing cables that Wikileaks itself has not yet released. Apparently Aftenposten has the whole collection and is not a party to the agreement Wikileaks has with the five newspapers that are coordinating the gradual cable release. Essentially, Aftenposten’s cables are authentic even though the Wikileaks site does not yet list them. Aftenpost released the cable in question here: http://www.aftenposten.no/spesial/wikileaksdokumenter/article3972770.ece

  2. magenta on January 10, 2011 at 7:50 am

    Would it truly surprise anybody that either Ufos or information relating to extraterrestrial life could turn up in leaked cables? Again I ask these 2 simple questions: Does anyone seriously believe or expect that the military resources of the Earth can defend us from any and all possible threats from anywhere in the universe? How many military persons, rounded down to the nearest ten, have gone stark-raving mad or even have become severely depressed beyond the reaches of modern treatment to learn the truth of the ET reality? DO not feel I am trying to downplay the significance. I am not. I am merely trying to place a more realistic perspective on the concept of disclosure.

  3. shaecim on January 8, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    which cable? i cant find it at http://213.251.145.96/

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