With great fanfare, the Pentagon has recently released the news that they have in fact been studying unidentified flying objects, also specifying that their study ended in 2012. They may have been lying about the study ending, but if the study did in fact end, it can be assumed that nothing interesting or credible had been found.
No conclusive evidence was disclosed, but instead these revelations amounted to more of the same descriptions of items moving through space in ways unfamiliar to those who are familiar with conventional, Earthly aerodynamics.
I’m not going to suggest that people who have seen UFOs are crazy, drink too much, and nor am I going to attribute their sightings to swamp gas, because I’ve seen some unexplainable flying phenomena myself. I would like to point out however, that just because unidentifiable flying objects are seen, doesn’t necessarily mean they’re extraterrestrial. Isn’t it possible that Earthly technology exists that the general public isn’t aware of?
Nor would I deny that extraterrestrial life exists, and in fact, in an infinite universe, it would be absurd to think that only our planet harbored life, but whether or not any alien life arrived here is an entirely different story. The distances alone make it implausible.
My biggest problem with believing that extraterrestrial life has visited our planet is that there are thousands of reputable, and knowledgeable scientists who have spent many years searching for extraterrestrial life and haven’t found a thing. You also have an untold number of amateur astronomers scanning the skies at any given moment, who also haven’t turned up any evidence of extraterrestrial life, let alone an Earthly visit.
Between radio telescopes scanning the skies continually, along with optical telescopes, radar, and human UFO enthusiasts, any alien visitor would have to dodge a lot of search efforts to arrive here without providing any hard evidence of his visit, and as yet, none of this hard evidence exists.
What does exist at this point is a lot of hype, and the wide publication of a relatively few sightings. I say “relatively few” because of the 8 billion people on the planet, only a small handful of people have seen these things that should have been seen by many people, simply because they’re alleged to have happened in the sky, which would put them in the view of people for many miles in any direction. Why are UFO sightings never corroborated by a witness in another location?
Another curious aspect of these sightings is that they always seem to take place in sparsely populated areas, and that’s more indicative of the testing of secret technology than of alien visitors. If you had traveled here from another solar system or galaxy, wouldn’t you be more interested in observing an Earth colony like New York City than nailing farmer Joe with the ubiquitous anal probe in some remote region of Utah? Who would travel that far to examine farmer Joe’s intestinal tract while ignoring the interactions of millions of specimens? Why did hundreds of New Yorkers never look up and see a UFO? Why are they always seen in places where a solitary witness might be plausible?
Any species that masters intergalactic travel is not going to find anything of interest up farmer Joe’s rectum, but instead, the anal probe appears in many UFO accounts because it provides a titillating attraction to the stories, to get more people interested in them.
You see, there’s a propaganda motive for inducing the public to believe in extraterrestrial life visiting Earth, and that’s why the Pentagon exposed their study, in a manner that arouses more curiosity than answers questions, much as a movie trailer is designed to do.
As you’re probably aware, the international bankers are moving closer to achieving their long sought-after “New World Order”, or global governance, or world communism. Whatever you or they choose to call it, they’re not going to control the whole planet’s population unless they can unite them against a common enemy, either real or contrived. With national borders dissolved, and all of the various populations intermingled, they’ll no longer be able to induce the fear in any population of being attacked by another, as they presently do to remain in control. The only way they’ll be able to control a global population, is by providing them with an extraterrestrial enemy that they need to be protected from. By seeding these beliefs now, they’ll insure that future E.T. false flags will be effective.
You’ll first have to believe in visits by extraterrestrials before you’ll believe you need to be protected from them, and this is why Hollywood, along with the rest of the propaganda machine, has been planting these beliefs in Americans’ heads for decades. More convincing displays will appear as they’re needed, probably employing flight and weapons technology we’re not aware of, but I’d be willing to bet that it’s the same bankers playing their same old tricks, forced by necessity to move them to an interplanetary level.
Regarding the claims that “the greys” are working with our government and living under the Denver airport, I can only say that once again, we have no proof of this other than the work of some imaginative science fiction writers, who may have invented the stories to discredit the many people who search for truth in all the wrong places, and then disseminate it to others. It makes everything you say incredulous, and that’s probably why these stories exist.
Why would we need the Hubble telescope, radio telescopes, and NASA itself if we were working hand-in-hand with “the greys” who could undoubtedly tell us much more than any of our primitive devices could ever reveal?
Now I’m not saying that a visit from extraterrestrial life is impossible. I’m just saying that we have no real evidence of it happening, a lot of reason to doubt that it ever happened, and that there’s a good reason to make you believe that it happened when it didn’t. With these things considered, it only makes sense to reserve judgement until some hard, and verifiable evidence is found, and that hasn’t happened yet. — Jolly Roger
“Truth exists. Only falsehood has to be invented.” — George Braque