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Camouflage Through Limited Disclosure: Deconstructing a Cover-Up of the Extraterrestrial Presence Paperback – 3 Oct 2006

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
role played by military intelligence 17 May 2007
By Joan d'Arc - Published on
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Randy Koppang brings into focus the larger picture and covert human element of the UFO enigma. Juxtaposing the data of two independent UFO investigators - Melinda Leslie and Bill Uhouse - Koppang brings into the equation information strongly incriminating the military industrial complex in the UFO-ET abduction conundrum. As Koppang explains, "Information provided by Uhouse synergizes with the internal logic in Leslie's evidence for human information retrieval from ET-abductees." Uhouse was involved in the reverse engineering of ET craft, and Melinda Leslie is a UFO abductee and researcher into the HUMINT (human military intelligence) re-abduction phenomenon.

Koppang also brings in the work of Linda Moulton Howe and New Mexico state representative Andrew Kissner in UFO crash retrieval cases; specifically, radar shoot-down and collection scenarios in the 1940s-50s in New Mexico. Koppang refers to this information as "a set of historical factors," which "clearly remove any doubt about the fully conscious motives which instituted National Security policies for protecting assets retrieved from the flying disc phenomena." In other words, as Philip Corso disclosed in The Day After Roswell, the flying discs were defined as hostile and a military policy was implemented to bring them down as "assets" worth "protecting."

As Bill Uhouse states, "It's not the U.S. government - it's a government that's in a box, that's separate from the U.S. government - a satellite government." As Koppang figures, the "cover-up" may not be so much about refusal to officially confirm the presence of extraterrestrials as it is about avoiding publicity regarding manufacture of unconventional craft of ET origin. The ET abduction phenomenon is a human phenomenon as far as this knowledge base is concerned; the HUMINT re-abduction scenario is about culling this information from actual ET abductees. The agenda, Koppang says, is set by the technological advancement goals of a nebulous shadow government, which is tied into global domination via the weaponization of space.

As Koppang effectively elucidates, there's no way to subtract the role of intelligence from the role of ET data leaks like those of Bill Uhouse and Bob Lazar; but it's ultimately about damage control. The strategy is "camouflage through limited disclosure," a term made overt by Colonel Corso, from whom Koppang takes the book's title. If we were to find out that several saucers during this period of time came down because we shot them down, says Koppang, "these possible facts would entirely change historical connotations of both UFO and conventional post-World War II history." As he also concludes, these facts would also provide an explanation for the enigma of saucer crashes. Why did they crash at all? The passive phenomenon of "saucer crashes" is Orwellian Newspeak for an aggressive military shoot down policy.

Koppang makes a case for a new paradigm inclusive of an historic ET presence on earth, a presence which has been micromanaged. This book conveys a bigger picture of the ET presence and cover-up than has any UFO book in recent memory. And this might be just what the doctor ordered. As Randy says, we have now amassed nearly sixty years of data on the ET presence. We now need "a different model to explain all the facts about how the public is informed." The role played by military intelligence, as revealed in Camouflage, begs the question, by whom is this information being managed?
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Nexus Review of Camouflage Through Limited Disclosure 9 Sept. 2007
By Robert Guffey - Published on
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The following review of Randy Koppang's book Camouflage Through Limited Disclosure was written by Ruth Parnell and appeared in the May-June 2007 issue of NEXUS NEW TIMES ([...]):

In analyzing the history of the UFO phenomenon in the USA since the 1940s, researcher Randy Koppang delves into what's at the core of all the official secrecy. He uses the testimony of two key witnesses to make his point: not only do UFOs and extraterrestrials exist, but covert forces are re-engineering off-planet technologies for their own purposes. The admissions of Col. Philip Corso in The Day After Roswell are further supported by their testimony.

One witness is Melinda Leslie, who claims to have been abducted by aliens but also re-abducted by obviously very human military-intelligence operatives intent on finding out what she knows about the abducting aliens. She refers to other similar reports by "re-abductees" who often feel ignored by the UFO research establishment that doesn't countenance these non-alien-abduction scenarios wrapped up as the "real" thing.

The other witness is Bill Uhouse, an electrical engineer who's spent a career working for US defence industry contractors but periodically since the early 1950s has been redirected to secret projects, e.g., in S-4 Nevada, where he worked on UFO craft simulators. His testimony is taken from a series of small-scale lectures he gave between 1996 and 1998.

Among his revelations is that it's not so much the Shadow government behind this reverse-engineering of alien technology but a global Satellite government that comprises the corporate defence establishment in collusion with black-ops military personnel.

As far as the UFO "cover-up" is concerned, Koppang concludes that it's not so much about the official government refusal to confirm the ET presence but to protect a system that at all costs wants to keep secret its complicity in the manufacture of craft with hyperdimensional and thought-control properties. Something else is going on!
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Well worth reading. I recommend it! 3 Oct. 2007
By Aaron B. Clark - Published on
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This book provides a unique and interesting perspective on ufology and the powers that be that control UFO information. I would recommend it to anybody that has some knowledge of UFOs and wants to hear theories that aren't necessarily put forward in other popular books on ufology.
Sometimes it was hard to follow the writing style but it's a great book for the price!
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Pass Pass Pass 24 Dec. 2008
By Spaceman - Published on
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I put off reveiwing this because I couldnt come up with anything good to say about it. While I enjoy reading almost anything about the UFO subject, even when the subject material is a bit spectacular, this book gave me a headache. Horribly written, hard to follow, all inuendo (sic), no factual content except for some ridiculous interveiw with mystery man Bill Uhouse. There is nothing in this book that you cant read elsewhere (and without having to take Ridilin first). Even at there absolute worst and with their worst books, Friedman, Good, Marrs, Dolan etc are significantly better writers with much better books than this.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Miles Johnston Review 12 Dec. 2007
By Robert Guffey - Published on
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British researcher and video-documentarian, Miles Johnston, reflects on Part Three of Randy Koppang's book Camouflage Through Limited Disclosure entitled "The Bill Uhouse Case":

"Bill Uhouse: Emerging from the Bob Lazar and John Lear revelations in the early `90s, about Area 51. It was a pleasure to meet Bill [Uhouse], who attended the International UFO Congress held at the time [in Nevada].

"As I got to know Bill, over [my] short visits to the U.S. in that period, we got on as engineers. We sort of understood one another, in a quiet kind of way. The time came that he had something to say. So I set up my camera in the late afternoon sun, and he gave a briefing [in 1994]. His quiet, thoughtful responses often alluded to so much more in the simplest of words. Asking if there are any aliens at Area 51, [Uhouse] responded with `not at 51'... (alluding to Yes, at other facilities). Then, are there any alien bases...? `Not just for the aliens....'

"Bill explained, they [the managers] `want the release'... [of ET information]. Smoothing the way. He [Uhouse] was authorized to talk about it in a limited way. After over ten years, at last a concise and defined book featuring Bill is in the print. This vital researcher's tool should be read in the quietness of knowing [about his] `being' with them, that Uhouse reveals. Get over the big deal of knowing the ETs are here. Turn the page, get on with it, and deal with it. Do it with this book."

--Miles Johnston, October 2007
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