While the UFO phenomena is certainly nothing new, particularly here in the United States, the recent spike in sightings is causing some serious concerns within the Department of Defense…and with good reason.
Over the course of the last few years, we have learned something astonishing about UFO’s and their interactions with our military – namely that these sort of sightings happen often enough to warrant a number of changes to the Navy’s protocol for reporting such incidents. In fact, one days-long encounter from the early 2000’s has blown the roof off of the government’s once-secretive approach to the subject, and provided the nation with some of its most compelling evidence to date.
Now, in an opinion piece over at The Washington Examiner, one author is tying some of the loose ends of these experiences together and unearthing a frightening common denominator.
If you ask a Pentagon representative about a specific UFO incident, as I did most recently last week, you’ll get a boring response like: “Our aviators train as they fight. Any intrusions that may compromise the security of our operations, tactics, or procedures is of great concern. As the investigation of unidentified aerial phenomena sightings is ongoing, we will not discuss individual sighting reports or observations.”
By “aviators,” the Pentagon is referencing the particular frequency with which UFOs tend to interact with U.S. naval aviators operating off aircraft carriers. But what the Pentagon is leaving out is why the UFOs tend to run into those naval aviators. And that cuts to the heart of why the Pentagon is concerned about UFOs.
Because the government’s assessment, though they won’t admit it, is that the UFOs are popping up near the aircraft carriers due to those carriers being nuclear-powered. Note also that UFOs also like to pop up near nuclear submarines and Air Force nuclear weapons bases. Now recognize that this paradigm has been occurring since the World War II Manhattan Project operations at Los Alamos, New Mexico, and also at nuclear sites in the Soviet Union and Russia.
Oh, and as Robert Hastings documents, these UFOs have sometimes even temporarily shut down U.S. nuclear weapons systems. Interesting, right?
Making this all the more salient is the fact that the American UFO experience was kickstarted by the alleged crash of a “flying saucer” in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 – at the height of our nation’s nuclear development there in the southwestern United States.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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