If you’ve paying any attention at all, you’ve probably noticed that the media is bludgeoning us with talk of Aliens and their spaceships, Area 51 tailgate parties…
etc. with growing regularity since 2017, when alleged UFO videos taken from USAF and Navy warplanes emerged.
The Navy recently confirmed that the videos are authentic, as are the experiences of the pilots who saw them.
Personally, I believe that these videos are real. I believe every word of the pilots’ stories of what they saw in the skies that day. I believe the pilots genuinely don’t know what they saw.
I also believe that it’s actually irrelevant if it’s aliens or not.
First off, if it IS extraterrestrial in origin, it doesn’t really matter beyond a technological standpoint. If one has the technology to make the interstellar trip in a practical amount of time, one has the technology to realize that the trip is irrelevant. There would be no sense in a crewed expedition when you could send an unmanned reconnaissance drone — which, if these things are of alien origin, is certainly what they are.
You definitely wouldn’t find any aliens on board with which to communicate. The value in capturing one of these things would be to reverse-engineer it to discover how it got here so efficiently and quickly and use that tech in our own reconnaissance drones.
We also know, from Canadian experiments conducted a few years ago, literal teleportation of protons is actually possible. Theoretically, this could allow for instantaneous data transfer anywhere in the universe when applied to other particles. A reconnaissance aircraft that requires no fuel, can move extremely fast, has no crew to be interrogated if captured, and capable of a live feed from anywhere would be highly-sought by the scientific community, and especially sought by the military. The amount of spying and damage something like that could do, spending mere seconds in your airspace, is insane.
As in Commander David Fravor’s sighting, the thing he saw took off at speeds of thousands of miles per hour in order to cover the miles it did in mere seconds. However, by any calculation I’ve found online of the estimated speed of the object, it’s nowhere even close to the speed of light — in other words, the speeds these object travel at, we know is physically-possible, but not in a manned-aircraft that uses a combustion propulsion system, and the type of aerodynamic designs that make such aircraft practical and flyable.
We also know, for a fact, that electromagnetic propulsion is a viable means of propulsion. Trains use it, and it has long been proposed that it could be developed for space and aircraft as well.
It is absolutely within reason to speculate that it is at least possible that the world’s superpowers already have prototype, EMP drones that they test or maybe even see field use, and the Navy pilots and USAF are simply unaware of it, for obvious reasons.
It’s also very possible, I’d argue more possible, that these possible drones and possibly-faked “lights in the sky” that remain unexplained have a much more sinister purpose, or at least have been commandeered for such a purpose.
More and more people are starting to catch on, what with the UN demands, de-industrialization, migration quotas and compacts and all, what this “global warming” stuff was all about all along:
Think about this for a minute, if you haven’t: In all those UFO invasion movies, like Independence Day and stuff, what’s the one thing the humans always do to beat the Aliens?
Why, defeat them with diversity, of course! The only way to stop the alien threat is to “put aside our differences” and “come together” under one banner and authority to fight against something “bigger than all of us”.
Just like we had to do with global warming, but now that this tactic is clearly failing, and most people aren’t buying what Greta’s selling, the stage is being set for the Greta Thunberg of Aliens.
Think this is too outlandish? Consider that clown world has gone so far off the rails now, that no one was sure if the “Eat The Babies” woman was a troll or not, since they’ve already suggested eating the dead and nobody in the room denounced her suggestion.
What’s more, is that half of Americans believe that Aliens are out there, and almost as many believe we’ve already been visited by them.
So it’s reasonable now to assume that, “Aliens are out there and they’re gonna invade us” is something that a large percentile would agree with provided convincing-enough “evidence”. I believe these Navy UFO videos are meant to be the first of that.
Especially since you have to ask yourself, “Why now?” As Commander Fravor says up there, this footage and more has been around for nearly 20 years. He was never threatened to keep quiet about it, it wasn’t a secret that these things happen, and there’s basically no government cover-up, but what I’d like to ask Mr. Fravor is this: If this is such a non-issue for people to know about, why did the USA sit on these videos, personnel testimony, etc. and not acknowledge their authenticity for so long? Why let these conspiracy theories and such fester when telling the truth proved not to be a big deal?
The only explanation that makes sense is that they were waiting for an appropriate time to play the “Yeah, aliens might actually be invading our airspace and committing acts of war” card. You can’t say that they were “afraid people would panic” when they’ve been encouraging us to “panic” about Global Warming for years.
It’s just that in past decades, the UFO phenomena wasn’t believed by enough people to pose a perceived credible threat. As global warming is becoming increasingly less convincing, they’re now in a position to play the “aliens” card.
We also know that this exact scenario has been thought up at least 50 years ago, in the 1960s, with “The Report From Iron Mountain”.
Now, the book is believed to actually be fake, but what it does show is that the thought of faking “global environmental disaster” or “alien invasion” to create a “credible, global threat” to encourage the creation of a world government is a very old, very real concept.
I think that it’s safe to say that, much like MK-Ultra or the Operation Northwoods false flag, this isn’t a “conspiracy theory” but a genuine tactic of psychological warfare that is increasingly indiscreet. With Merkel saying: “In this day nation states must today – should today, I say – be ready to give up sovereignty”. The Pope agrees as well. In short: “I want world government” people really do exist, and they run our countries.
We also know that the US government has used the UFO phenomena in psychological warfare before.
The last little tidbits to consider here is that there are already people, like Bill Clinton, telling us about how Alien Invasion “may be the only way to unite this increasingly divided world of ours … think about all the differences among people of Earth would seem small if we feel threatened by a space invader.”
So let’s do a quick recap of what we know for sure:
- There is a real occurrence of USAF and Navy pilots seeing bizarre aerial phenomena
- The US government chose to sit on this revelation for decades for no obvious reason
- There are absolutely people who want a global government
- Alien Invasion and Global Warming have been proposed as a means to this end, decades ago
- The US government has used Alien Invasion hysteria in psychological warfare before
- Fewer and fewer people at present are believing in Global Warming
- More and more people at present believe in alien visitation.
- UFOs and aliens are a hot topic again, seemingly out of nowhere.
- This is clown world, where people have seriously proposed eating dead people to fight the weather
Add all that stuff up and I don’t see how you can come to any other conclusion to what this whole fiasco is about: It’s the Global Warming contingency plan.
I give it 5 years tops before we’ll have a new Greta giving speeches about how the “science is settled” and we’re going to be invaded by the Sectoids from Zeta Reticuli unless we surrender all sovereignty to Jews and accept hordes of “refugees” from “vulnerable areas” (all in the 3rd-world) and do it RIGHT NOW!
After all — In space, no one can hear you honk.