Lost Disney UFO documentary

Toad Hall sends –

Lost Walt Disney UFO Documentary: Full Uncut Version 2013 HD – 

YouTube http://bit.ly/WVejFb

This documentary was apparently only broadcast once in five US states in 1995, then it was shelved and never broadcast again. 

This version is the complete uncut feature, recorded to VHS video when it was first broadcast on celestial tv. 

I converted this to HD as the quality was very poor, and VHS tape degrades very quickly. 



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3 Responses to “Lost Disney UFO documentary”

  1. Anonymous says:

    High Ranking US Major General Exposes September 11 High



    Published on 22 Jan 2013

    A wonderful interview with a genuine sincere man. You can feel his frustration at realising that after a lifetime of service to his country…it turns out the real enemy is in office !! Our whole population around the world is going to have to face this shocking realisation,,,government is the puppet deception, the implementation of rule over a heavily conditioned or indoctrinated population. It is tough but as the truth sets in to our psyche the obscenely rich elites ruining the world for ultimate cold are getting exposed for the insane despots they really are….their days are numbered…the will of the people will overcome the devious, cunning dominant evil minority. Keep sharing the truth and liberate our minds…unite=99%, PEACE 4 ALL
    mirrored from DiscerningKate, Published on 8 Dec 2012


  2. Anonymous says:

    Please consider the word “WAR”

    “anything goes”

    sadly even the USA citizens safety

    police medical etc


  3. Anonymous says:

    Anonymous Operation Last Resort – Hacks (ussc.gov) Distributing Encrypted Govt Files.


    Mirrored from Aarons ArkAngel

    Published on Jan 26, 2013

    Anonymous hacks US Sentencing Commission, distributes files

    Summary: Late evening Friday, January 25, U.S. Sentencing Commission website was hacked and government files distributed by Anonymous in what the group calls “Operation Last Resort.”
    Violet Blue

    By Violet Blue for Zero Day | January 26, 2013 — 11:33 GMT (03:33 PST)

    Hacktivist group Anonymous took control of the U.S. Sentencing Commission website Friday, January 25 in a new campaign called “Operation Last Resort.”

    The first attack on the website was early Friday morning. The second – successful – attack came around 9pm PST that evening.

    By 3am PST ussc.gov was down (it has since been dropped from the DNS), yet as of this writing the IP address ( still returns the defaced site’s contents.

    It appears that via the U.S. government website, Anonymous had distributed encrypted government files and left a statement on the website that de-encryption keys would be publicly released (thus releasing the as-yet unkonwn information held on the stolen files) if the U.S. government did not comply with Anonymous’ ultimatum demands for legal reform.

    Anonymous explained that they used this webiste for symbolic reasons.

    The U.S. Sentencing Commission sets guidelines for sentencing in United States Federal courts, and on the defaced ussc.gov website Anonymous cited the recent suicide of hacktivist Aaron Swartz as a “line that has been crossed.”

    The statement suggested retaliation for Swartz’s tragic suicide, which many – including the family – believe was a result of overzealous prosecution by the Department of Justice and what the family deemed a “bullying” use of outdated computer crime laws. See also: Hacker, activist Aaron Swartz commits suicide

    Anonymous has not specified exactly what files they have obtained. The various files were named after Supreme Court judges.

    According to the statement: Warhead — U S — D O J — L E A — 2013 . A E E 256 is primed and armed. It has been quietly distributed to numerous mirrors over the last few days and is available for download from this website now. We encourage all Anonymous to syndicate this file as widely as possible.

    This appears to be Anonymous sending a threatening message to whoever knows what might be on the encrypted files.

    Anonymous has encouraged anyone and everyone to distribute the files, so it is unknown who has the files or how many have been distributed. The files are useless without the encryption keys. The contents are various and we won’t ruin the speculation by revealing them. Suffice it to say, everyone has secrets, and some things are not meant to be public. At a regular interval commencing today, we will choose one media outlet and supply them with heavily redacted partial contents of the file. Any media outlets wishing to be eligible for this program must include within their reporting a means of secure communications.

    Currently two of the mirrors are slow, and one has gone offline completely.

    It is possible, as suggested by the file names, that Anonymous may have taken files pertaining to each of the judges (all of whom were named on filenames at the bottom of the defaced page, such as “Scalia.warhead1”) and put them in a file (named “Warhead-US-DOJ-LEA-2013.aes256”) and then appended a command to the file that would nuke the file.

    This suggests that Anonymous may have obtained files and nuked the compromised server.

    Anonymous Tweeted that the group left a backdoor and made it editable in a way that encourages other hackers to come and shell the server.


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