Even as Lt Gen Jerry Mataparae, Chief of Defence Force of New Zealand announced on Jan. 23, 2010 that New Zealand’s secret UFO files were being vetted for public release, its technical partner in the ANZUS treaty – the U.S. – remains entrenched in high secrecy and non-disclosure about an extraterrestrial/UFO facility at their underground base at Pine Gap, Australia.
The ANZUS treaty (“Security Treaty between Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America”), signed Sept. 1, 1951, appears to be key in understanding why the the U.S. government continues a mutual policy of refusing to disclose the extraterrestrial and UFO presence at Pine Gap, Australia, although New Zealand has recently announced it will release its secret UFO files.
The ANZUS treaty was previously a full three-way defence pact among Australia, U.S. and New Zealand, governing mutual security and military intelligence matters. However, the ANZUS treaty no longer applies between as the U.S. and New Zealand. One source states: “following a dispute between New Zealand and the United States in 1984 over visiting rights for nuclear-armed or nuclear-powered ships of the U.S. Navy in New Zealand ports, the treaty no longer applies between the United States and New Zealand, but is still in force between either country and Australia, separately.”
In interactive UFO disclosure in response to advocacy from a citizen UFO group (UFOCUSNZ), the government of New Zealand, the third party to the ANZUS treaty, announced recently it has begun vetting its secret UFO files for public release. Yet the U.S. government continues to maintain a policy of tight secrecy over its secret UFO and extraterrestrial-related programs and files, despite public releases of UFO and extraterrestrial-related files by NATO (U.K., France, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Norway), OAS (Mexico, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Ecuador), and ASEAN Phillipines) allies, as well as Russia and Switzerland.
Since 1948, military-intelligence agencies of the U.S. government have sporadically released UFO files to private parties, with 50,000 UFO files pending release from NORAD and 13,000 pages of UFO files pending from U.S. Air Force-related organizations.
Military-intelligence cooperation agreements under the ANZUS treaty, such as the Pine Gap treaty signed Dec. 9, 1999 between Australia and the U.S., appear to be a legal shield keeping the U.S. government from disclosing the existence of a vast, underground working base that the U.S. maintains at Pine Gap, Australia, which may include extraterrestrial liaison programs. According to whistleblowers, these human-extraterrestrial programs may use the Pine Gap base as an extraterrestrial rest and recreation area, as well as a possible staging area for off-planet operations both by extraterrestrial and human black budget fleet space vehicles.
According to former Command Sgt. Major Robert Dean, teleportation links between secret teleports on the U.S. mainland and the underground extraterrestrial-U.S. base at Pine Gap exist for the rapid deployment of personnel (both human and extraterrestrial) between U.S. mainland and Pine Gap, Australia.