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The alleged 1947 crash site of a flying saucer in Roswell, N.M.; and Josh Earnest addresses the media on Monday. (Photos: Reuters, Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP)

The alleged 1947 crash site of a flying saucer in Roswell, N.M.; and Josh Earnest addresses the media on Monday. (Photos: Reuters, Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP)

In a move that should come as no surprise to anybody, President Obama's chief spokesperson, Josh Earnest, deflected questions directed at him regarding the government's continued cover-up of a possible UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico, that took place almost seventy years ago.  Personally, I'm undecided as to how much any government actually knows about UFOs, since there are an abundance of reasons they might try to obfuscate the truth; but what is apparent to me is that they do have an interest in the phenomenon, and they very much do not want to talk about it.  This could mean anything from a massive alien conspiracy to the preservation of secrecy regarding test flights of experimental aircraft; but regardless of the nature of the phenomenon or their interest, the likelihood that we will ever find out by simply asking them is basically nonexistent.  So, in the meantime, I'll focus my thoughts regarding the issue on the many brave whistleblowers from both the public and private sector who have come forward to share their experiences.  I honestly think that, at least for the foreseeable future, they're as good as we're going to get.

Yours in Impossibility,

Tobias   

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