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Are You Being Watched? Saucer Spies.

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  • Stuart Miller
    The world of Ufology is filled with courageous people who have been prepared to push the authorities to the limits of their patience in their search and quest
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 18, 2006
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      The world of Ufology is filled with courageous people who have
      been prepared to push the authorities to the limits of their
      patience in their search and quest for the truth. People who
      won't take "no" for an answer, they feel they are entitled to be
      told what their government knows about Unidentified Flying
      Objects, regardless of the consequences for themselves.

      And if the government won't tell them, then they'll go and find
      out for themselves

      Troublemakers, in simple terms. And "trouble making" can come at
      a personal price. Ask Gary Mckinnon and his predecessor Matthew
      Bevan. Or ask Matthew Williams or Larry Bryant, or Stan
      Friedman, or anybody else that has been watched by the
      authorities and has a file on them somewhere.

      Because if you push too hard, they push back. And they watch and
      they wait. And they're bigger than you.

      There is a long and rich history of surveillance of Ufologists
      but surprisingly, not because they are interested in UFOs but
      because either they might be using the subject of Ufology as a
      cover for other less patriotic activities or because in the
      course of their snooping, they might just come across things
      they shouldn't. Like the concept of "non-terrestrial officers"
      for example, or in Paul Bennewitz's case, NSA secret
      communication satellite testing.

      For the first time, a new book on the subject uncovers the truth
      and the stories behind this snooping by the authorities. Nick
      Redfern, whose own activities were closely monitored by Special
      Branch for a number of years, lifts the lid on what went on and
      why. And in particular, for the delight of British Ufologists,
      Nick finally reveals the truth about APEN, the mysterious
      organisation that plagued British Ufology for close to twenty
      years and caused in fighting and disruption to the UK Ufological
      community.

      "Saucer Spies" is published at the beginning of March by
      Anomalist books and UFO Review will be carrying a detailed and
      inevitably long interview with Nick about the book. If you
      thought "Body Snatchers" turned the world of Ufology upside
      down, then be prepared to be spun around again.


      http://www.anomalistbooks.com/redfern.html

      Amazon US:
      http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1933665106/

      Amazon UK:
      http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1933665106/


      Next issue of UFO Review issue 15 out at the beginning of March.

      http://www.uforeview.net
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