Alien Cover Up: 2,000 UFOs tracked by radar but details suppressed

It turns out that RADAR over the United States and Canada tracks an average of nearly 2000 UFOs every five years. These numbers are statistical proof that we are being visited by highly sophisticated alien civilizations.

UFO tracked on Radar
“Unknown track reports” are highly classified and cannot be released due to national security and espionage reasons.

This means that each year around 400 UFO’s are spotted by radar operators patrolling the skies and according to details released by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), as many as 75 are intercepted as a result.

According to UFO investigators, these numbers are statistical proof that the UFO phenomena is real and should be adequately addressed. However, not much is known as to what happens when these objects are intercepted or if any have been confirmed as originating from elsewhere in the cosmos since every time national security reasons are cited when things get too serious. These staggering numbers have been revealed following a Canadian Access to Information Act request. However, officials have not given any more data or specific details about individual UFO interceptions which remain among the most fascinating subjects of debate.

Everyone wants to find out whether or not the objects tracked by radar are real alien craft. However, this is something we will not have access to easily as the disclosure movement will inevitably take time to cause chain reactions around the globe.

Canadian UFO researchers Victor Viggiani requested information about the tracking and interception of Unidentified Flying Objects by NORAD soon after he got his hands on top-secret documents detailing a cadre of fighter jets being scrambled to intercept three UFOs. The official response from NORAD was: “unknown track reports” are highly classified and cannot be released due to national security and espionage reasons.

The information is not being released to the public or media as they do not have a valid need to know. However, the staggering amount of documents, testimonies and the response ultimately confirm the extent of UFO activity tracked on radars around the Globe.

Reports state that: “The NORAD commander has approved the release of the following information regarding tracks of interest (TOI) and unknown tracks.

“The yearly average in the past five years has been 1,800 TOIs and 75 intercepts.”

Intercepts are basically when NORAD gives the ‘Go’ to fighter Jets which are on alert at sites around the United States. They are scrambled in an effort to attempt to identify the unknown object tracked on radar.

Fighter Jets are armed and ready to take off and intercept the object within minutes of receiving the order.

So far NORAD has not issued details about any of the 75 interceptions in the last five years, meaning that it is unclear if any objects were eventually identified by the military.

Speaking about the UFO phenomenon and how UFOs are tracked on radar, Mr. Viggiani said:

“I have here in front of me 11 documents…they are directly from NORAD and indicate that over the last five years an average of 1,800 tracks of interest, with 75 intercepts, have been made. This is directly from the commander in NORAD.

“In reference to the NORAD documents, I have been threatened with indictment if I release that file.

“I am at this moment releasing it to you, and I dare the US government to charge me.”

On the ZlandCommunicationsNewsNetwork website it states:

The Canadian documents…indicate the Canadian government has been and remains vitally concerned about the unauthorised incursion of unidentified flying objects within Canadian airspace.

“All of the above raises severe and unacknowledged questions.

“What kind of craft are able to elude NORAD’s most sophisticated aircraft?

These and other questions bring into sharp focus substantial historical, on-going and covert discussions and documentation about the UFO phenomenon among Canadian government agencies – none of which has ever been openly addressed by bureaucrats, military officials or elected representatives.”

The website states that these documents may represent sufficient evidence –if not proof—that:

The UFO phenomenon is real.

The Canadian and American Governments consider the appearance of the objects as authentic.

That both Canada and the United States of America have put in place mechanisms that allow them to track, report, and purse unidentified flying objects within their airspace.

So far, no effort or attempt has been made by governments, NORAD or Canadian Air Force officials to inform the public about these uses.

The website adds that: “Factual evidence exists that the UFO phenomenon is of sufficient authenticity as to be of a real and on-going concern to the Canadian government and its joint NORAD operations with the USA.”

To take a look at some of the UFO-related documents, please click here.

To find out more please visit: UFO Disclosure Advocate Makes Secret NORAD Files Public

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