7:45 PM (3 minutes ago)
Dear Mr. Fogg, thanks for your message and yes, truth is that there are several changes, (apparently, of course,) on the program of the PTB, (Powers That Be) concerning logistic, strategy or perhaps tactics in the UFO programs.
Basically there are at least three different approaches concerning the UFO-ET-C.A. scheme. The traditional is based on keeping things as they are. No changes. The second group of experts think that keeping the UFO mythology alive is a waste of time and money. The third one suggests some new approaches but, in my view, these are contradictory and in the end, ineffective.
PTB show some interest in the Mexican event. J.J.Hurtak was there, you see, and this is not casual. J.J.H. was indeed a big player in the UFO program and his presence in the Mexican "fiasco" seems to indicate that they will go on with the total non-sense approach.
I don't want to give names but while the Hawaiian exopolitician remains a systematic "informant" and W. is lost in the swamp of pure conspiracy theory, the History Professor while attacks the old Exopolitics gives us contradictory statements in what looks like an agnostic posture.
What is more than evident is that there is no more production of events. The times of the M.I.B. and abductions is gone. (After all the entertainment industry produces enough influential suggestions.)
This absence of events limits the professional ufologists resources, but in the PTB environment, nobody cares much about this.
Of course, there will be new attempts to sell the "disclosure" rhetoric and faked announcements of "imminence", but this is private production. Nothing official.
We must understand, Mr. Fogg, that UFO fans are a small minority; so small that it doesn't justify waste of time and money.
I should say that the UFO-ET-CONSPIRACY mythology belongs to the Cold War Era. Our present is much more complex and problematic.