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“SHOOT FIRST ASK QUESTIONS LATER” : WHAT HAPPENS TO A UFO WHEN TRACKED ON MILITARY RADAR

“Decades ago, visitors from other planets warned us about where we were headed and offered to help. But instead, we, or at least some of us, interpreted their visits as a threat, and decided to shoot first and ask questions after.”

The quote above comes from Paul Hellyer, former Canadian defence minister.

Based on all of my research into this topic, which has been conducted for more than 10 years, I’ve come across a number of apparent instances where these UFO’s completely avoided our aircfract, commercial or military.

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