The government may not be smart enough to keep secrets – – but smart enough to muddy the waters

We give way too much credit to the government, the government that is quite inefficient, unable to keep secrets for too long and unable to cover up anything for too long.

I stand with Col. John Alexander who stated time and time again that there is no intentional cover-up of the UFO phenomenon by the US government, even though the phenomenon seems to exist.


Because the government itself  (including the military)  has always been perplexed by this phenomenon, being unable to come up with any conclusions, mainly for the reason that this phenomenon in essence seems to be “paranormal”  (or better yet, paraphysical in nature.

It is therefore quite understandable that the government is incapable and unwilling to deal with this phenomenon and rightfully refuses to explain things of this nature.

It will never prematurely make any official announcement that this phenomenon constitutes actual physical ET visitation.

The military, however, seems to have taken advantage of such assumptions  (made by some in the government and the military that UFOs are extraterrestrial)  and continues to develop various weapons systems as a cogent reason to emulate such technologies emanating from the reported phenomenon, taking advantage of its psychological implications.

The bottom line here is that even though the UFO phenomenon may exist  (and we are still uncertain about its true nature),  it has not proven itself to be absolute, tangible evidence that we have been visited by actual physical extraterrestrial biological entities in any actual physical spacecraft of any kind.  The term “UFOs” is misleading since we still do not know if they are really objects or if they are actually flying as we understand flying to be  (as through the use of a propulsion system),  as often mentioned by Dr.  Jacques Vallee.

So, yes, I also agree with the recent statements made by Edward Snowden.

Please read the following extract from CNN report on October 23, 2019:


As a former employee of the CIA and contractor for the National Security Agency, Snowden had access to some of the nation’s most closely held secrets.

And, like any curious mind with access to the CIA’s version of Google might do, he went in search of answers to some of society’s most pressing questions.

As it turns out, the US government is not aware of any intelligent, extraterrestrial life, he says.

“For the record, as far as I could tell, aliens have never contacted Earth, or at least they haven’t contacted US intelligence,” Snowden writes in his recent memoir, “Permanent Record.”

Also, the moon landing did indeed occur.

“In case you were wondering: Yes, man really did land on the moon.  Climate change is real.  Chemtrails are not a thing,” he adds.

The NSA whistleblower addressed the conspiracies again on an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, released Wednesday, saying “there’s no evidenceof aliens and chemtrails and the like.

“I know, Joe, I know you want there to be aliens,” Snowden joked to Rogan, the podcast’s host.  “I know Neil deGrasse Tyson badly wants there to be aliens.  And there probably are, right?

“But the idea that we’re hiding them — if we are hiding them — I had ridiculous access to the networks of the NSA, the CIA, the military, all these groups.  I couldn’t find anything,” he continued.


As I stated in the beginning the bottom line is that this phenomenon in essence seems to be “paranormal”  (or bettter yet, paraphysical)  in nature and for some folks almost bordering into the area of the supernatural and even involving religious beliefs).


Pentagon says “our secret UFO program” wasn’t about UFOs – – but something doesn’t add up

Norio Hayakawa, an unorthodox UFO conspiratologist



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2 thoughts on “The government may not be smart enough to keep secrets – – but smart enough to muddy the waters

  1. I love your work Norio, but I have to disagree with this one. Of course let us now get tied up on words. It isn’t your local City Council or Congress or even whoever is the current occupant of the White House. They simply do NOT have a “need to know” regarding this information. It is a quasi-legal organization made up of key members of certain industries, such as aerospace, defense and communications as well as key people within the Pentagon and other military establishments. Thus, all this information is born classified, with even the classifications are classified. There isn’t so much as a “cover-up” although there is that to, but a managing of the information. Some of it is obvious too startling and disturbing to tell the public outright, but it can be told in a TV show or movie. And by the way, I totally agree with the “cover-up” as it would disrupt certain institutions such as religion, the military, politics, energy and other corporations.


    • Thanks, Richard, for your comment.
      My thoughts are that we give too much credit to the government.
      Of course, it is difficult enough to define the “government”, i.e., who is really the “government”.
      But, basically my thoughts are that the government that I know of is not capable of covering up anything or adept at keeping secrets. The government that I know of is quite inefficient in so many ways.
      (Unless there is another covert group within the government, i.e., a “government” within our government.)
      So I wrote this item from this viewpoint.


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