Educating humanity, really?

A website called Educating Humanity had the following headline yesterday about Mexico! “UFO Descends Over Airport in Mexico.” ┬áHere’s the description of the video: “Yohanna Diaz explains on national TV that these UFOs are fairly common over airports in Mexico.” (my emphasis)

I guess I have a really different idea of what it means to educate humanity because here is the website’s “about us” page:

Educating Humanity has become a major resource to a global audience for UFO cases, it currently contains more than 4000 quality post and is one of the few sites that continues to grow by being updated daily.

Educating Humanity’s objective is to increase the level of understanding about the UFO phenomena, to bring a higher level of awareness regarding government knowledge, involvement and cover-up of these historical events.

As well as being a reference and research site, we attempt to keep things interesting by posting the best daily UFO sightings (without showing you every shaky light in the sky). We endeavor to include all major stories and articles on space exploration and news of extraterrestrial discoveries.

One of the more popular features has become the ‘Breaking UFO News’ section, which is updated throughout the day with news from around the world. Each story is highlighted only once (usually from the source). Our aim is to bring you relevant and meaningful news from reputable news sources. We make it a point to edit out the superficial and meaningless stories that are many in the world of the Ufology.

We are working hard to report on and bring about disclosure of the facts concerning UFOs, extraterrestrial contact, intelligence and technology that our governments have had under a truth embargo for more than sixty years.

Nice touch with the “truth embargo” at the end!