Friday, March 18, 2011

Possible Siberia UFO Cover Up in Progress

So, a little while ago, we brought you news about a mysterious fireball UFO of sorts that was spotted in the Irkutsk region of Siberia, not once...but twice. Essentially, a ball of light came hurdling toward the earth, and many witnesses saw it. It even ended with a loud explosion. Although some passed it off as a meteor, there's been no proof of this, and witnesses disagree. It also doesn't explain the consecutive sightings. Here's the original MoscowNews.com story about the sighting, and videos covering the first and second sighting (occurred over a few days): First sighting, Second sighting. <-shit both links removed here, try here

From DavidIck.com:
"One villager, Mr Sergei Ivanov, described what he saw: "It did not look like an aircraft, more like a UFO or some other unexplained object." 
Soon a large array of officials inundated the area: Army chiefs, Air Defense personnel, Ministry of Defense officials, heads of police, Emergency Ministry staff, geophysicists, avionics experts and members of the secret service."
Is this the Jerusalem UFO all over again?
It's worth comparing this to the possible Jerusalem UFO cover up. In this situation, we have a true-blue UFO sighting - confirmed by local officials and residents. However, barely any media has picked up on it, and we've seen zero follow up. I also heard there were fake videos of the sighting going around, as if someone was trying to discredit witnesses!

Why did no one pick up on this? Is it because people were too busy reporting on that other Russia UFO story, the dubious one with aliens talking to pilots in cat-like language? Was that story leaked to distract from this one? It was odd that one got so much attention, as it was based on a mysterious YouTube video uploaded a few days prior that doesn't even feature visuals or audio of the supposed alien visitors.

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