As history books have proven, we are well aware of technological advancements within high-end military and civilian projects. These initiatives have consistently been plagued by issues of espionage and leaks. Throughout the course of evolution, nations and individuals have always engaged in mutual surveillance and espionage.

Everything has a tendency to be replicated: from the nuclear bomb to rocket engine science, stealth technology, bio and virology research, computer industry advancements, electronic components, vehicles, and even food products.

The governments of China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea collaborate in reverse engineering technology. They work together to develop stealth jets, powerful weapon systems, drones, and even replicate cutting-edge medicine, often using stolen US blueprints.

In 1949, the Soviet Union clandestinely carried out its inaugural successful nuclear weapon test, known as “First Lightning.” This test, based on the American “Fat Man” design, took place at Semipalatinsk-21 in Kazakhstan. The bomb was developed and meticulously replicated, mirroring the American “Manhattan Project.” This endeavor stands as one of the most costly and resource-intensive ultra top-secret projects ever undertaken by humanity.

US aerospace & engineering company Honeywell has been fined $13 million by the State Department for allegedly leaking technical details of major military equipment such as F-35 Lightning II, F-22 Raptor, B-1 Bomber to China and other countries. Honeywell was found to be indulged in unauthorized “exports and retransfers of ITAR-controlled technical data that contained engineering prints showing dimensions, geometries, and layouts for manufacturing castings and finished parts for multiple aircraft, gas turbine engines, and military electronics to and/or within Canada, Ireland, Mexico, the People’s Republic of China, and Taiwan,” according to the US Government.

Indeed, there have been notable instances of technologies espionage across various countries:

“NASA Shuttle and the Buran sister” reflect a perfect copy of US space shuttle. “Tupolev Tu-4” serves as an unlicensed reverse-engineered counterpart to the American Boeing B-29. “Su-27 and Mig-29” designs show heavy influence from the US F-15/F-16. Reports of Russian hypersonic scientists accused of leaking secrets to China, and North Korean hackers stealing secrets from Russian missile makers, highlight the complex dynamics of information sharing and theft. Cases of Russian hypersonic missile scientists being arrested on treason charges underscore the challenges related to preserving classified information.

These instances indicate a pattern of technology thefts and covert activities in the realm of military and aerospace advancements.

Instances like the F22 and Su57 files being leaked on WarThunder forums and the ongoing operation of platforms like WikiLeaks indeed provide avenues for reviewing secretive documents and enabling anonymous submissions. These incidents underscore the challenges in safeguarding confidential information in today’s digital age.

In 2023, it has been claimed that the US government possesses several extraterrestrial crafts and bodies. This information dates back over 80 years, and there are suggestions that various governments worldwide also hold some form of alien technology.

How is it possible that, after such a long period of time, powerful foreign governments haven’t leaked any information or blamed the US for withholding it from the public? Why isn’t Mr. Putin using this opportunity to accuse Western governments of misinformation and deception?

Picture the scenario: a live revelation of extraterrestrial technology on Russian TV, without any prior hearings. This could be a game-changing moment, placing Russia in history books as the first nation to disclose extraterrestrial crafts and alien life forms. It would be a monumental “propaganda” event, even surpassing Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin’s historic crewed spaceflight as the first human to journey into outer space.

If China or Russia were to obtain and reveal such information, they might exploit it to sow panic and chaos in American & worldwide society. Given that the United States has the highest number of churches globally, with an estimated 384,000 churches across the country, this event could potentially disrupt religious beliefs on a significant scale.

Absolute absence of foreign governments using this “information” to manipulate the global economy or deploying reverse-engineered crafts in conflict zones is “suspicious”. The prospect of weaponized UAPs causing destruction in conflict zones like Ukraine could indeed create a sensational news story with significant geopolitical implications.

The lack of significant leaks (first hand) or direct revelations about this potentially groundbreaking information (extraterrestrial presence) raises even more questions. The fact that such monumental news has not been disclosed through major leaking platforms, forums, or even anonymous submissions is indeed a puzzling aspect.

We should all feel disappointed due to the absence of recently published, detailed visual evidence, videos, documents, and scientific blueprints.

While there have been claims of additional 40+ whistleblowers, their reluctance to submit information to platforms like WikiLeaks or online forums does raise questions. It’s unclear whether these individuals are genuinely sharing personal experiences or if we’ll once again encounter secondhand information of little value.

Over the course of more than 80 years, it’s likely that a significant number of scientists have been involved in extraterrestrial recovery programs. The exact count could range from hundreds to possibly even thousands. There is a need for individuals directly engaged in these programs to share information anonymously or publicly. The pursuit of concrete evidence is essential when evaluating extraordinary claims.

In areas as complex as extraterrestrial recovery programs, credible and verifiable information is crucial to discern fact from speculation. Scientific rigor and transparency are essential to provide substantiated insights and disentangle genuine discoveries from potentially sensationalized whistleblower narratives.

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