After seven decades of official top-level lies and coverups about UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) and the aliens who pilot them, it’s easy to understand why ufologists – people who study the above-top-secret phenomenon – are having a hard time taking the U.S. government seriously about the topic.
Let’s review some of the news this year:
- In January 2019, President Trump directed the Pentagon to form a new sixth branch of the military called the U.S. Space Force
- In May 2019, special closed-door (what else?) briefings about UFOs/ETs for Congresspeople and the President were held
- After a few Senators were briefed on UFOs, at least one of them called for more closed-door committees to be created to study UFOs (at taxpayer expense)
- In May 2019, editorials from big-name news outlets such as the Washington Post informed the public that – WOW! – UFOs really are real, and we’d better get used to that (now that we are being told officially to do so)
- In June and July 2019, big hints were broadcast that President Trump will finally disclose, officially, the existence of UFOs (if not ETs)
So far, the President has remained noncommittal about UFO truth. Given his stature as Commander-in-Chief of the largest army in the western world, this is no surprise. Trump very likely knows the truth but can’t reveal anything until his superiors (the ones with cosmic security clearance) give him the green light.
U.S. government agencies have already published thousands of UFO documents – millions of pages – on the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) websites, to name just two.
Since the people who run the country and guard the closely-kept secret truth that UFOs are real won’t state what is obvious to serious and dedicated researchers, we carry on without them, spreading the word through articles like this, in face-to-face conversations, and on social media sites.
Making the media rounds now is a Facebook page called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.” The event page has 459,000 people “Going” with 465,000 more “Interested” in going, as of this writing.
For those who don’t follow UFO happenings, Area 51 is “secret U.S. Air Force military installation located at Groom Lake in southern Nevada. It is administered by Edwards Air Force Base in southern California. The installation has been the focus of numerous conspiracies involving extraterrestrial life, though its only confirmed use is as a flight testing facility.”
For decades, the U.S. government denied the existence of the Groom Lake facility. Sound familiar? Then, because so many insider contractors shared what they saw and did inside the hush-hush D.U.M.B. (deep underground military base), federal officials did finally admit that there was indeed an Area 51 – but had nothing to do with downed spacecraft or captured aliens, only a place to try out advanced aviation technologies.
Anyone who has listened to any of the insider disclosure about Area 51 knows that the advanced technologies being developed and tested are the byproduct of reverse-engineering recovered UFOs (and their occupants, some living).
Area 51 is heavily guarded. Anyone who approaches the fenced and barbed-wired perimeter is met by warning signs. Any unauthorized person who fails to heed those “stay out” signs will be met by armed military police and escorted off the property.
Therefore, the very idea that a large group of people could “storm” Area 51 and penetrate inside by sheer numbers alone is both intriguing (as a possibility) and amusing (as a plan of action).
Sure, we’d all like to see with our own eyes the aliens conducting their own science experiments – some involving imprisoned human beings – down on Level 7 (the deepest floor of the military research installation). But, realistically, is that going to happen? Probably not.
The bum rush on Area 51 is scheduled for Friday, September 20, 2019, from 3 AM to 6 AM PDT.
The Facebook page is worth checking out if only for the hilarity it contains. Edgardo A. Pagaza asked the group’s followers: “who’s down for del taco after the raid?”
On a more serious note, Pawel Kucharczyk wrote simply: “We are legion.”
“We,” of course, are the millions of people worldwide who don’t “believe” that UFOs are real but who “know” that global governments treat the subject as a potential threat to airspace.
Of course, if UFOs did pose a real threat, they wouldn’t play around with cat-and-mouse aerial chases with state-of-the-art domestic aircraft: they would shoot to kill. But they never do.
Instead, UFOs hang out around military installations, especially those that house nuclear weapons. The word from “them” is that nukes rip apart the time/space continuum and make life miserable where they come from in various places across the far-flung universes.
How viable is a plan to storm Area 51? That’s a great question, but the simple answer is, “I wouldn’t necessarily advise it.” Consider this post from Dakota Orsini:
“To anyone planning on storming Area 51, the M2A3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle runs a powerful M242 Bushmaster auto-cannon that fires 25mm armor-piercing rounds capable of putting holes in solid steel at a maximum range of 6800 meters (4.1 miles) at a rate of up to 200 rounds per minute…these bad boys come stock with guided long-range TOW [Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided] anti-tank missiles that can ruin your day from a distance in excess of 3000 meters. Make good choices!”
It would be nice if the U.S. federal government would make the good choice and be completely honest about what those of them with cosmic security clearance have known since at least President Harry Truman: UFOs and aliens are quite real; human governments are collaborating with them and keeping all the advanced technology for themselves and away from the rest of us.
This ufologist is not holding her breath for that to happen.