A Norwegian news site called Afterposten has posted links to alleged Wikileaks documents that reference the UFO, Alien subject. There are, not surprisingly, no smoking guns here.
The list features...
21.12.2007: EMBASSY MINSK WEEKLY POL/ECON REPORT - December 21, 2007
11. Quote of the Week
BKGB Chairman Yuriy Zhadobin on why his organization no longer
investigates paranormal phenomena:
"Unlike during the USSR, the department is not engaged in studying
paranormal phenomena. [Back then,] we had greater means and
opportunities which we could spend on anything and everything.
Today the situation is different. Then, when society was excited by
something, it entered our sphere of interest. But when it comes to
healers, UFOs and such, we just can┬┤t deal with them any more."
03.01.2003: CLONING CLAIM PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON QUEBEC-BASED RAELIAN GROUP
19.12.2007: JAPANESE MORNING PRESS HIGHLIGHTS 12/19/07
14) Chief Cabinet Secretary Machimura: UFOs definitely exist,
unhappy with government┬┤s formal response
SANKEI (Page 5) (Full)
December 19, 2007
Chief Cabinet Secretary Nobutaka Machimura stated in a press
conference yesterday: "I am sure that unidentified flying objects
exist." He elaborated: "Otherwise, it is impossible to explain the
Nazca Lines (in Peru, which some believe were created by aliens),
The government yesterday adopted in a cabinet meeting an official
response to a question by Ryuji Yamada, a Democratic Party of Japan
member. The statement says that the government has not confirmed the
existence of UFOs. It was the first time for the government to deny
the existence of UFOs.
Machimura, while stressing that it was his
personal view that UFOs exist, said: "The government has offered
only a boilerplate response in its formal statement."
26.05.2006: Tsunami Destroys Casablanca - Next Thursday
He Had to Blog Into Mine...
2. (U) The tsunami prediction originated with French author
and UFO "kidnapping victim" Eric Julien, director of the
Ufological Research Center. Julian claimed he had received
information psychically that a comet fragment would crash
into the Atlantic Ocean on May 25, 2006, and cause a giant
tsunami. He asserted that the waves would be up to 200
meters high and impact all countries bordering the Atlantic.
In Morocco, Julien┬┤s forcast was taken so seriously that the
head of the Moroccan Meteorological office, Mustapha Janah
made an official statement to the Moroccan press denying the
possibility of the tsunami and quoting "NASA" officials who
noted that the comet in question would be approximately ten
million kilometers away when it passed the earth.
As yet, we have been unable to find these documents on the regular Wikileaks site. However, we feel it safe to say that they may well be genuine considering the tone and content therein.