Why is serious coverage of UFOs absent in the mainstream media? This article attempts to answer that question. It describes how big media and national security interests have converged, and how this relates to the subsequent banishment of serious information about UFOs from "official culture" (as I have often called it). This is one of the longer pieces in here, and will be featured in the February/March 2003 issue of UFO Magazine.
The general public has a hard time accepting the statements I make from time to time, that the news media is controlled to some degree by the government, and that the President of the United States is not totally informed about the UFO situation.
Conventional Wisdom has it that we live in a free and open society with a free press, which plays the role of a key check and balance on government secrecy and abuse. This and other fantasies, foisted on a gullible public, have enabled runaway illegal secret projects to get away with murder, and they are now on the verge of planeticide - the killing of an entire planet. The truth is that we have free media - so long as it is inconsequential.
There was a big subculture buzz in Washington, D.C., a year ago this week when a group called the Disclosure Project launched a bid to end government secrecy surrounding unidentified flying objects. ...The ensuing failure of the national media to respond came as no surprise to a couple of journalists who've spent years monitoring these dynamics. R
When doing radio or TV interviews and lectures, I am frequently questioned about the cover-up of the Roswell Incident and other related topics. The general public has a hard time accepting the statements I make from time to time, that the news media is controlled to some degree by the government, and that the President of the United States is not totally informed about the UFO situation. R
Following are a few brief excerpts from the book, 'The Missing Times: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-up.' R
Unless you consciously look for such news, you would never know that UFOs continue to be seen by people every day, around the world. The difference between the reality of the phenomena, and how it is ignored, reminds me of what Alice experienced when she jumped down the rabbit hole into Wonderland.
The greatest scientific discovery in history, the existence of non-human, intelligent life forms with interstellar propulsion technology, has been hidden from the general citizenry for over fifty years. The justification for this has varied from decade to decade and the methodology has at times violated the laws and the Constitution of the nation. R
Some people in the UFO field have an idea that the “government” is planning open disclosure ever so slowly, ever so gradually, and that a key method for doing this is through the media. I find this unpersuasive for several reasons.
A comprehensive list of articles on UFOs and unusual aerial phenomena. This list represents all material that Barry Greenwood has been able to compile to date of UFO type information from non-UFO literary sources, i.e., news magazines, science and technical journals, science fiction pulps, general publications, and even men's and adventure pulp magazines. Complete index is available for download.
The Missing Times : News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-up is the story of how elements of the U.S. government, using standard methods of censorship and propaganda, as well as covert ties to well-known news organizations, attempted to hide the existence and activities of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) from the American public. This website provides excerpts, synopsis, and a full index of the book.
The UFO phenomenon in the newspapers, a collection of newspaper articles reporting UFO observations or UFO related information, by local and national newspapers from all countries. These articles are linked from their respective dossier on this site. This page is to answer the claim "if UFOs existed, they would be in the newspaper."
A collection of magazine articles reporting UFO observations or UFO related information, by magazines from all countries.
An updated index of UFO-related articles in the local, national and international press.