Brazilian Ufology Supports
Mexican Military Regarding
The Episode Of March 2004

A. J. Gevaerd, editor Brazilian UFO Magazine
Alberto Francisco do Carmo, professor ans historian
Rogério Chola, investigator of non conventional aerial phenomena (IPECOM)
Marcos Malvezzi Leal, translation coordinator for the UFO Magazine
From Brazilian UFO Community -
From Revista UFO -
Brazilian Ufology Supports Mexican Military On The Episode Of March 2004
The members of the Brazilian UFO Researchers, Community, civil investigators of all lines and from the most various research groups, presently united for the campaign UFOs: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION NOW, wish to compliment the Mexican authorities for the application of correct procedures and the accuracy of their attitudes towards the March 04 episode involving the mass appearance of unidentified flying objects, thoroughly announced by the world press.
The Brazilian UFO Researchers, Community praises the wise and democratic decision made in an unprecedented way in that country to bring to public knowledge both in Mexico and elsewhere, and in television network and mobilizing the whole media, the aforementioned event, which involved the participation of a military team for special actions. Seldom before in the history of mankind have we seen governmental authorities acknowledge so openly the enormous significance of such an important event and agree that the same event should not be kept hidden from society.
Transparency, appropriateness and professionalism in Mexican approach to the UFO phenomenon
We also wish to sincerely congratulate Mexico,s Defense Department, most particularly Secretary of Defense, General Clemente Vega Garcia, who had the initiative to invite civil UFO researchers and the press in his country to share with them the information on the spectacular UFO commotion in the skies over Mexico. It is precisely this sort of attitude that one should expect from vanguard leaders who are aware of their responsibility to care for the national security of their respective countries. This episode demonstrates how transparent, appropriate and professional the Mexican authorities, scientists and militaries are when dealing with the UFO phenomenon.
We expect this to be an example for the Brazilian authorities, so they can be made to listen to the recently introduced movement through the aforementioned campaign, UFOs: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION NOW by the Brazilian UFO investigators and that just now when Mexico is showing to be serious and open on the subject, demands a similar stand form our authorities. The Brazilian initiative will gain new strength thanks to the incident in Mexico and may receive wider attention both from the population and the government.
A national movement that requests the Federal Government to open up and expose its UFO files
UFOs: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION NOW is a campaign for a just cause that has long been the ultimate wish of all members of the Brazilian UFO Researchers, Community. It is founded on the Brazilian Ufology,s Manifesto, whose aim is to organize and unify the isolated claims from many UFO investigators and research groups being made since decades ago, so far without a central coordination. The campaign,s aim is to show our authorities that the UFO phenomenon is a subject that concerns the whole population, such as is occurring in Mexico right now. Through the campaign, the researchers intend to gather subscriptions from thousands of researchers, students, authors, lecturers, enthusiasts and active people interested in Ufology, all asking in one voice that the Government stop its present hush-policy on UFOs.
All Brazilian society may get to know the truth about flying saucers thanks to the Freedom of Information movement
It is time to acknowledge what is known about the frequent sightings of unidentified flying objects in our skies and the several reports of their manifestation in our Brazilian territory. The Brazilian civil UFO researchers want Ufology to be officially accepted and acknowledged, following the examples of France, Spain, Belgium, China, Uruguay and Chile, and most recently Mexico. Now, with this movement, we also offer our government our contribution to the analysis and investigations of the UFO phenomenon, its implications and consequences. Additionally, we volunteer to effectively cooperate in disclosing the information to all Brazilian society.
Once again, the Brazilian UFO Researchers, Community expresses its compliments and feelings of sincere respect and admiration for the Mexican attitude, and offer to help the militaries, scientists and other authorities in that country with technical support in whatever they may find necessary.
Brazilian Commission for Ufology (CBU)
Brazilian UFO Researchers, Community
Important information at:
A. J. Gevaerd, editor Brazilian UFO Magazine
Alberto Francisco do Carmo, professor ans historian
Rogério Chola, investigator of non conventional aerial phenomena (IPECOM)
Marcos Malvezzi Leal, translation coordinator for the UFO Magazine



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