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What we know about the Australian Department of Defence's (lack of) interest in UAP

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From Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests by Melbourne researcher Grant Lavac, and myself; correspondence between Grant Lavac and the Office of the Australian Minister for Defence; and other reporting, it can be stated that:

1. "Defence does not have a protocol that covers recording or reporting of UFO sightings." [June 2019.]

2. "Defence does not have a protocol that covers recording or reporting of unidentified aerial phenomena..." [June 2019.]

3. DOD has no internal emails, generated between 1 January 2021 and 16 June 2021, which refer to keywords "Unidentified drone;" "Unidentified aircraft;" "Unidentified object;" or "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena." [July 2021.]




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You have to remember that until recently our MoD was basically an unreconstructed bully-boy former Queensland policeman* who despised anyone who didn’t follow conservative values as espoused by himself. 
Acknowledging anything that isn’t part of his very narrow worldview wouldn’t happen.







*from an era where the police LITERALLY beat up protesting students to the point of long term hospitalisation, and death. They were rampantly anti-union, sexist, racist and bigoted. The honest coppers, like my old man, we’re given desk jobs or sent out to the boondoggles.

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