Friday, July 16, 2010

UFO Spotted Over China Closes Xiaoshan Airport

I don't know how long this ABC News link will be active, but with so many people having cell phones that take pictures and video, there are hundreds of pictures of this thing:

"Photo: China Airport UFO: Xiaoshan Shut Down Due to Aliens?
July 10, 2010 06:11 PM EDT (Updated: July 10, 2010 06:29 PM EDT)

A UFO near China's Xiaoshan airport forced it to shut down on Wednesday. The UFO disrupted air traffic in China's Zhejiang province around 9pm. Flights headed to Xiaoshan Airport were rerouted because the commotion caused by the UFO.

Following Wednesday's UFO encounter, Civil Aviation Administration of China's head of air traffic control for the Zhejiang branch, Wang Jian said, "No conclusion has yet been drawn," and speculations that the UFO was actually a private aircraft was "just a guess."

Xiaoshan Airport is located in Hangzhou which is also th e capital of East China's Zhejiang province in China. The UFO aka unidentified flying object affected an unknown amount of flights.

It was also reported that a Chinese blogger blogged about Xiaoshan Airports closure but deleted his blogs soon afterward. Not surprising considering the strict enforcement the Chinese government has over free media. The blogger later asked anyone who republished his earlier blogs to delete them due to their inaccuracies.

China Daily stated that "...authorities had learned what the UFO was after an investigation. But it was not the proper time to publicly disclose the information because there was a military connection"

Would China's government admit the UFO that shut down Xiaoshan Airport was really a UFO? I doubt it. China has enough to deal with and causing fear and panic to billions of people by acknowledging actual UFOs is the last thing China would want to do. What do you think?"

Here's another one:
"China Airport UFO Sighting
By: John Lester
Staff Writer
Published: Jul 11, 2010

China airport shuts down amid UFO.
Editors Note: Portions of this content were written by Carol Bengle Gilbert.

China airport UFO, it is one of the most credible sightings. The UFO was spotted at the Xiaoshan airport in China on Wednesday. China authorities said the UFO had military connections, but couldn't answer why it was hovering the airport.

The Chinese government determined that the UFO had military connections and was planning to make an official statement later in the day. In fact, Chinese airline stocks rallied in the wake of the Xiaoshan Airport UFO sighting with 3.9 percent to 5.6 percent gains. However, the government has not concluded with any statement since the UFO sighting.

In other words, China isn't talking. There was another UFO reported earlier in the week, but that was quickly debunked as debris from an American intercontinental missile. Some UFO buffs have raised a few interesting points on whether or not the general public is ready to accept the possibility of extraterrestrial aliens.

If world governments, including China, Russia, and the United States, are keeping it a secret, there must be a reason. For example, what would happen if the general public learned that UFOs do exist, and would that be too much for them to realize that everything they were taught was wrong? The other possible answer could mean power and security. If there are extraterrestrial aliens, that could mean higher power than any sitting government in the world.

Portions written by Carol Bengle Gilbert."

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