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Canada and US to share data on UFOs and nuclear security

June 18, 2022 | Comment icon 25 comments



Have UFOs been tampering with US nuclear weapons ? Image Credit: PD - Max Pixel
The move aims to mitigate any potential threat posed by UAPs to nuclear facilities across the continent.
Over the years we've heard numerous testimonies from individuals working at nuclear facilities in the United States regarding UFOs being sighted over (and even negatively impacting) ICBMs, prompting concerns over the ongoing safety and security of the country's nuclear deterrent.

Now in a renewed effort to mitigate any risks that these objects may pose, officials in Canada have agreed to share information on UAPs with their US counterparts in the interests of nuclear security.

This co-operation was outlined recently in a pair of letters published online from Canada's Natural Resources department and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
"Given the shared priority for nuclear safety and security of nuclear facilities, and the growing interest in UAPs [unidentified aerial phenomena] in both Canada and the United States, the CNSC is committed to raising the issue with its United States counterpart and sharing any related information going forward," Deputy Minister of Natural Resources John Hannaford wrote in one of the letters.

"We have reached out to counterparts in the United States Department of Energy regarding the Office of the Director of National Intelligence's Preliminary Report on UAPs to learn more about its perspective in order to help inform analysis and action in Canada."

You can read both letters in full in the Tweets below.





Source: Vice.com | Comments (25)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #16 Posted by Trelane 8 days ago
I'm merely asking a question. I'll ask again. Is there an instance that you are recalling that wasn't referenced in the article? As has been previously explained they have shared information for decades. The collaboration is likely a refinement to already established intelligence sharing protocols. In light of recent moves by both Russia and China, I think it's a reasonable move for such close neighbors and allies.
Comment icon #17 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 8 days ago
The article specifically mentions UAP's over nuclear sites.To have a UAP that flies over nuclear sites and nobody seems to know where they come from.... name the country
Comment icon #18 Posted by Trelane 8 days ago
Country? Hell, a commercially owned drone could do that. Once again, do you have an instance where"flight capabilities beyond comprehension" were reported with these events?
Comment icon #19 Posted by stereologist 8 days ago
I see this post and no rational response after that. I take it this was an effort to tell a lie: "with flight capabilities beyond comprehension" Of course it is. Here is the funny part. UFOs are reported everywhere. Some are going to be over nuclear site, some over open water, some over cities, some over mountains, some over rural areas ... Looks like this is just more blathering by those with no idea what they are spouting about.
Comment icon #20 Posted by badeskov 8 days ago
Hi Jm, I believe that you are correct! Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #21 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 7 days ago
I look forward to your explanation of where they come from.
Comment icon #22 Posted by stereologist 6 days ago
I look forward to you defending another of your baloney stories, but you can't because you were making up nonsense.
Comment icon #23 Posted by badeskov 6 days ago
Where what came from? Why do you think there was a they? Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #24 Posted by Nobu 6 days ago
Id bet a small finger that need to know has segregated our intelligence community into groups. I am sure as well- it has been shared for years because I did a search on it before retirement on one of the databases before and came up with a lot of n2k documents. aliens? I have serious doubts but if it isnt it scares me more on how fragmented out or government is. Aliens would make me sigh in relief.
Comment icon #25 Posted by Nutrition Fact 2 hours ago
Theyre putting on a dumb little show that doesnt mean much at all as this topic has been fukd to the core by both of them for 70+ years, its the loosest thing out there.


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