Toronto [ZNN] ZNN has discovered that in spite of having 9500 UFO information on public show, Canada’s Department of National Defence (DND) flatly refused to take part in a December 20, 2017 interview with CBC’s acclaimed radio host of The Current Anna Maria Tremonti; pointing out the topic of UFOs is “outdoor the scope of our operations”.
The documentation that follows will supply unequivocal affirmation that the observation made to the CBC by the Department of National Defence, is patently false.
As ZNN reported previous, Ms. Tremonti, Canada’s fundamental investigative broadcast journalist interviewed 3 UFO mavens at the acclaimed radio program The Current on December 20, 2017.
During that interview Ms. Tremonti learn the reaction despatched to The Current by the Department of National Defence in Ottawa Canada.
“While we perceive your pastime within the topic of UFO displays, we aren’t ready to supply an interview as your request is outdoor the scope of our operations. The Canadian Armed Forces specializes in credible threats. We don’t remark or facilitate interviews on speculative issues corresponding to this.”
Notwithstanding the CBC’s choice now not to problem the DND in this level – ZlandCommunications has found out a considerable and complete frame of knowledge that signifies the topic of UFOs and different comparable issues are and feature been neatly inside the scope of operations of the Department of National Defence.
Based at the knowledge bought by ZlandCommunications the problem of UFOs can hardly ever be thought to be as ‘speculative’.
ZNN too can supply documentation that CBC radio is cited on web page 103 of the DND UFO paperwork within the ownership of ZlandCommunications. This web page is completely redacted according to Section.19(1) of the Access to Information Act for unknown causes aside from for a “CBC Radio” written quotation. No clarification used to be presented to ZNN for this redaction by the Department of National Defence.
Smith due to this fact met with Doctor Omond M. Solandt, Chairman of the Canadian Defence Research Board to discuss conceivable propulsion methods used by UFOs that had purportedly fallen into the arms of the United States executive.
During his time in Washington DC, Wilbert B. Smith made discreet enquiries during the Canadian Embassy workforce in Washington DC who have been ready to download for him the next knowledge as described in Smith’s document:
b. Flying saucers exist.
c. Their modus operandi is unknown however a concentrated effort is being made by a small crew headed by Doctor Vannevar Bush.
d. The complete subject is thought of as by the United States government to be of super importance.
The place of the Department of National Defence is that UFOs are outdoor the scope of their operations – but a Joint Intelligence Committee assembly memo drawn up in Conference Room 4811, in “A” Building in Ottawa Canada on Wednesday April 12, 1960 noticed have compatibility to direct that: “All box stories on alien ship be handed on to the Director of Scientific Intelligence for ultimate exam on behalf of the Department of National Defence.“
This memorandum additional substantiates the numerous converging strains of proof that the topic of UFOs is obviously inside the scope of operations of the Department of National Defence.
View this file at:
Joint Intelligence Committee Memo
A letter originating from the NORAD Commander in Colorado used to be despatched without delay to ZlandCommunications about this subject. In this letter to ZNN from the NORAD Commander in Colorado in December 2015, it states – a mean of 1800 TOi’s (UFOs) radar sightings and 75 intercepts befell over a 5-year length.
One such incident is described beneath in a NORAD STATUS AND EVENTS won by ZlandCommunications from the Canadian Department of National Defence marked ‘Secret’.
[Note: The Canadian Department of National Defence maintains a co-terminus dating with NORAD with a Canadian as its Deputy Commander.]
- Pages upon pages marked SECRET of Air Traffic regulate logs the usage of phrases corresponding to UFO, unknowns, unknown tracks or TOi’s (Tracks of Interest)
- Citizen stories of UFOs, intelligence committee memoranda, Defence Department Ministerial letters and RCMP investigation stories – all inside the 9500 information gathered by the Canadian executive. These information are held and are freely to be had inside of Library and Archives Canada’s internet web page Canada’s UFOs: The seek for the unknown
- RCMP officials’ stories on sightings of UFOs.
- NORAD STATUS AND EVENTS stories marked ‘Secret’ point out the practice of taking pictures UFOs on radar and NORAD jets being scrambled more than one occasions to examine and in some circumstances intercept those items.
Two NORAD CF-18 jets have been scrambled out of COMOX AFB (CYQQ) in British Columbia Canada to chase 3 ‘unknowns’.
The LR-35 reported making visible touch with them [the objects]. Subsequently the LR-35 pilot states within the log – his jet ‘may just now not stay alongside of them.’
[Note: It is essential to indicate that in June of 2004 – in reaction to an AIA request – ZlandCommunications won this actual six web page NORAD Air Traffic Control log without delay from the Canadian Department of National Defence in Ottawa as section of 117 pages of different UFO documentation.]
First – All the above knowledge won by ZlandCommunications pursuant to its more than one AIA requests way back to 2004 in addition to the 9500 information at the Library and Archives Canada internet web page all live in and are to be had inside the PUBLIC DOMAIN.
Second – Therefore, the DND choice to refuse any dialogue of their involvement within the UFO subject with Anna Maria Tremonti – in spite of transparent proof to the opposite – isn’t just a wanton and blatant forget of their very own documentation, however this choice could be interpreted as an infringement at the rights and freedom of the clicking to document on issues already within the public area.
This contradiction, whilst now not best evident, represents made up our minds and refined efforts by the DND to deflect inquiries by the clicking concerning the substance and nature of a subject of various and distinctly arguable implications.
These inquires and the refusal by the DND to discuss those issues publicly arouse critical questions and suspicions about how the DND portrays itself as an unique governing and policy-making company.
The entire on-air observation phase by Ms. Anna Maria Tremonti quotes the Canadian Department of National Defence refusal to be interviewed on December 20, 2017:
In mild of the DND’s glaring worry about UFOs as vividly described in its personal documentation, how then can the Canadian Department of National Defence perhaps proceed to take care of its place that the subject of UFOs is ‘speculative’?
The Current is Canada’s maximum listened to investigative nationwide radio program – broadcasting Monday to Friday day by day throughout Canada at the CBC community, Public Radio International in addition to on Sirius XM Canada Radio. Episodes of The Current will also be heard HERE