Steven Spielberg claims the US government is withholding information about UFOs

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The famous and award-winning director Steven Spielberg believe that the US government is hide information about UFOs from citizens.

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In an interview on the program “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, the director of iconic movie “ET” He said: “I think the secrecy that surrounds all these sightings and the lack of transparency until the Freedom of Information Act mandates that certain materials be publicly released, I think there is something going on that just requires extraordinary due diligence.

“I think what’s come out recently is fascinating, absolutely fascinating,” he added. “I would like to know more. I don’t know what they are,” she continued, as posted New York Post.

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"ET", a fantastic classic of cinema, directed by Spielberg.. [AP Photo/Bruce McBroom, Universal Studios Amblin Entertainment, File]

“ET”, a fantastic classic of cinema, directed by Spielberg.. [AP Photo/Bruce McBroom, Universal Studios Amblin Entertainment, File]

The Oscar-winning director clarified that “something is going on … that is not revealed to us”. And he also revealed that he does not believe that Earth is the only planet with life. “It’s mathematically impossible.”

Spielberg has directed several films about the supernatural, including “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” from 1977, about a worker whose life changes when he encounters a UFO.

The story tells the first friendly contact of a government agency with some aliens using the musical notes of the instruments as a means of communication.

Tom Cruise with his dell girlfriend

Tom Cruise with his girlfriend at the time, actress Katie Holmes, at the 2005 ‘War of the Worlds’ presentation in Madrid.

At the same time, he tells a drama about how an exemplary family man ends up losing her to a vision he receives after his fleeting contact with UFOs, and his obsession with discovering the truth of what he saw, trying to find answers about visitors’ intention to later embark as another volunteer on an exchange trip.

He also directed the 2005 film “War of the Worlds”which tells the story of Ray Ferrier (Tom Cruise), a divorced dock worker, who will have to protect his children Robbie (Justin Chatwin) and Rachel (Dakota Fanning) after witnessing the first alien attack on earth by an alien army of tripods that is ravaging the country.

A declassified government report released in January claims that most UFO sightings are not alien, but there have been many that simply cannot be explained.

In February, several incidents of objects flying over the United States and Canada aroused the suspicions of American citizens.

Suspected Chinese spy balloon drifts into the ocean after being shot down off the coast of Surfside Beach, South Carolina, U.S. February 4, 2023. REUTERS/Randall Hill/File Photo

Suspected Chinese spy balloon drifts into the ocean after being shot down off the coast of Surfside Beach, South Carolina, U.S. February 4, 2023. REUTERS/Randall Hill/File Photo

According to the AP agency, the huge Chinese balloon that flew over the United States and captured the attention of an alarmed national and international public, changed Americans’ perception of everything floating in the air and how officials of the defense monitor and control it. they answer.

President Joe Biden had said that the United States is updating its guidelines for monitor and react to the presence of unidentified aerial objects. This comes after the discovery of an alleged Chinese spy balloon whose tour of the country sparked high-level drama that included the downing of that device and three smaller ones just days later.

Biden said authorities suspect the next three artifacts were normal. That is, they could be research, meteorological, recreational, or commercial balloons. Authorities were unable to recover the remains of these three, and the Army ended the search for the downed items near Deadhorse, Alaska, and on Lake Huron on February 10 and 12.

Source: Clarin

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