Senior UK defence staff have in the past issued orders to shoot down suspected UFO’s over the skies of the united kingdom confirms the ex MoD UFO files specialist Nick Pope.
It is little surprise however that our airborne defence machinery provided by the Royal Air Force (RAF) have to date failed in their attempts to down Alien craft given what many to believe is far superior technology than offered by our jet engined warriors.
This new revelation in terms of UFO activity in the UK and the governments knowledge of it comes direct from the outspoken UFO supporter Nick Pope whom stated ‘We know of cases where the order has been given to shoot down — with little effect to the UFO,’. ‘Firing at UFOs was not automatic but happens when something in our airspace is deemed to be a threat’ he said.
The British public however are probably never to know the true details of any of these UFO incidents given the term ‘threat’ used renders any case files unobtainable for fear of breaching national security and as a consequence cannot be released under the freedom of information act (FOIA). Mr Pope further commented “‘The public won’t know unless it comes down in a heavily-populated area”.
Mr Pope confirmed that in the case of UFOs, whether the object is causing a threat is very much a (pilot’s) judgment call,’. ‘The rules of engagement were drawn up after dozens of encounters with unidentified craft and there was a faction in the MoD who said “We want to shoot down a UFO and that will resolve the issue one way or another’.’ He further claimed that ‘witnesses had given statements about dozens of near-misses between UFOs and planes, RAF jets and police helicopters.
The MoD has refused to provide any comment upon Mr Pope’s comments and will undoubtedly remain silent in the future. That is, until one of these reported UFO crafts are actually bought down in a large and public display which will undeniably prove the existence of alien life on other planets. This will of course leave the governments in our world wondering how to spin it positively for the furtherance of mankind.