It’s worth considering a “good” reason for non disclosure

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I’ve seen this referenced briefly here and there., but not in depth, and I wonder about it more and more.

What if the decision makers who have been keeping this from us are doing so for the right reasons? What if “full disclosure” would put put us at a strategic disadvantage against some adversary, who can easily monitor all our public media and communications? I.e we don’t want them to know what we know. So our investigations are like the Manhattan project but with even higher stakes and much longer timeframe. This could help explain why no president has yet revealed it either, and won’t do so in any public forum.

I’d love to have logical holes poked in this because it’s also a frightening possibility, and means we might continue to be in the dark for quite a long time! Hoping it’s not true.

Have at it!

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