If the disclosures really happen, what will happen to the credibility of worlds space agencies?

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I have been wondering. If the disclosures really do happen and they tell us about the existence of aliens/non-human intelligence and spacecrafts of non-human origins, how will that affect the credibility of space agencies of the world? General public only have these UFO/UAP encounters by chance when they aren’t even looking. However, agencies like NASA, ESA etc are actually looking. All the time. Wouldn’t that beg the question whether or not they have known all of it all along and just hid it from the rest of the world? How will they be held accountable for this? And how will the same level of trust be restored after the fact?

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