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12/28/2017 / By Ethan Huff
Following the release of a new report from The New York Times (NYT) about efforts by the United States government to investigate unidentified flying objects (UFOs) as a potential threat to national security, some amazing video footage has now been released suggesting that this threat may be more imminent than previously thought.
There have been at least two separate incidents now in which a U.S. Navy F/A-18 fighter jet apparently captured infrared video footage of what appears to be UFOs flying around in space. The one video contains audio of a conversation between the pilot and his weapons officer, both of whom sound flabbergasted over what they saw before their very eyes. The second video actually shows the plane’s radar apparatus locking onto the UFO, which is seen moving so quickly that it disappears offscreen before it can be fully tracked.
In an interview with NPR, portions of which were relayed by PJ Media‘s Rick Moran, an intelligence officer by the name of Luis Elizondo who headed up the Pentagon program responsible for probing UFOs explained how the intelligence asset is often unsure about what it sees flying in the sky – and this anomalous footage is no exception.
“If you’re asking my personal opinion from here, look, I’ve got to be honest with you, I don’t know where it’s from. But we’re pretty sure it’s not here,” Elizondo is quoted as saying, noting that the objects seen often move and rotate with almost magic-like ease and speed.
“Now does that mean it’s ‘out there?’ Whether or not it’s Russian or Chinese inside or little green men from Mars or frankly your neighbor’s dog, I wanted to purposely steer away from that because I wanted to focus on truly the raw science: what were we seeing and did it pose a threat to national security.”
As interesting as this all might seem – the video and audio captured speak for themselves – the release of this information at a time such as this in human history is potentially suspect. That’s because, with things seemingly heating up in the space realm these days, it seems just a little bit too convenient that Big Brother has chosen now to suggest that UFOs may, indeed, be real.
Dr. Stephen Greer from Sirius Disclosure is one such skeptic who believes that the UFO and “extraterrestrial” narrative is all a ruse by the government to cover for manufactured false flag events of a cosmic nature that could one day be used to fake an alien invasion.
According to Dr. Greer, a large percentage of the so-called “UFO” events that are being witnessed or reported around the world do not originate from outer space. In his opinion, these are manufactured events by humans – mainly the military industrial complex – to trick humanity into believing that the world is being invaded by ET beings from other planets or galaxies.
What would be the purpose of this? In the view of Dr. Greer, certain government entities might try to use it as a cover in the event that enough people in society become awakened to the truth of things and start to challenge the status quo.
“If someone tries to stage an event, we’re all going to call it out as the hoax that it is… and not go along with that what I’m calling ‘scripted Armageddon,'” Dr. Greer is quoted as saying.
“They would love to see a shut down of our civilization and the extermination of about five billion people, through a conflict that they will stage, and they will manufacture Armageddon … the big one is going to be the launch of a hoaxed attack on the planet that would look 100% like an extraterrestrial event … and it is not.”
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