One of my favorite news sites is Before Its News; however, it is important to know that anyone can sign up and contribute articles to this website. Just keep that in mind when you consider the validity of any articles that appear on that site. Moving on, I wanted to share this article about WikiLeaks soon releasing UFO files. For people like myself who believe that UFOs are here and have been here for centuries, topics of disclosure are always very popular. The reason I am interested in official disclosure is that my belief in UFOs is only based on personal conjecture. An official announcement by any worldly government would finally bring closure to a long debated topic. I found this article more appealing than a lot of other stories about disclosure that surface weekly around the Internet, mainly because it involves WikiLeaks.
The world is wondering when Julian Assange will authorize WikiLeaks to release the UFO “Cablegate” files. The Guardian Newspaper of London asked him about his promise to release the files soon….When asked about the UFO files that Assange said will be released soon, he noted there are “details about UFOs and extraterrestrials.”
“However, it is worth noting that in yet-to-be-published parts of the Cablegate archive, there are indeed references to UFOs,” asserted Assange during the interview.
Britain’s Guardian is one of a number of newspapers around the world with early access to these secret UFO files seen by WikiLeaks….(hulik)
It has been conjectured that Assange was holding onto the UFO files as his insurance against being sent to the US for trial and possibly torture.
But it seems he is ready to stun the world with not only disclosure about UFOs but also extra-terrestrials.
Is disclosure really about to happen? I guess that is like asking the boy who cried wolf “is the wolf is coming?” Unfortunately, there have been too many stories over the years claiming disclosure is right around the corner. Just like all the failed prophecies that have come and gone we can only look on with curiosity and wonder, “will it happen this time?”