The use of a faked Facebook server by the NSA to spread malware is the latest in a string of leaks from the Edward Snowden cache of NSA files that has led to senior Intelligence officials scrambling for ways to defuse another troubling revelation. As documents continue to emerge at a steady rate, a pattern is now becoming clearer. While much of the general public and international media accept the authenticity of the leaked documents, NSA officials and their national intelligence partners refuse to directly acknowledge their authenticity. Yesterday, according to an article in The Intercept by Ryan Gallagher, one of the journalists working with the Snowden NSA files, public authorities again issued evasive responses not acknowledging any wrong doing. Earlier, on February 24, The Intercept released a document from the NSA’s British equivalent that contained slides of UFOs used for training covert operatives in on-line operations. No explanation was given for why and how the UFO images were being used. Was this clear evidence that UFOs were known to be real interplanetary objects, or simply a convenient way of obfuscating other issues being discussed online? This suggests that among NSA files yet to be released, there may be more relating to UFOs. This raises the intriguing possibility that one or more of the upcoming NASA file releases may make public official knowledge of extraterrestrial life, and a cover-up approved by senior national security officials in the U.S. and elsewhere. This would lead to an indefinite period where the existence of alien life becomes widespread public knowledge, while senior officials give evasive responses that neither negate nor confirm the authenticity of the documents in question.
March 16, 2014