We assume it means that it served no purpose making matters of national security public.
The hotline dealt with sightings across the country and the last batch of 'X Files' issued, shows a rise in UFO reports. Our team would like your feedback and thoughts on this damning paper - should our governments maintain publicly available reports on the UFO phenomenon? Surely our governments have some duty and responsibility to do this and we can't be so egotistical as to believe the whole UFO topic is simply case closed?
Would you put your tax dollars to such a scheme? (we think a poll on this may be needed in our next post) Organisations like NASA receive billions of dollars, as does the fight against terrorism. But when it comes to investigating aerial phenomena? Well, in this case our governments want to simply ignore the cause. Surely something is suspicious here. The public isn't that blind. Information is power and if you remove it, people don't know any different. UFO reports need to be collected and analysed by our governments!
Your thoughts appreciated on this...
The final tranche of UFO files released by The National Archives contain a wide range of UFO-related documents, drawings, letters, and photos and parliamentary questions covering the final two years of the Ministry of Defence's UFO Desk (from late 2007 until November 2009).
You can read the files yourself here from the MOD.
Second news report: