The fake coronavirus pandemic and the “New Normal” were already weird enough on their own, but now there’s additional weirdness to consider when trying to figure out what the overlords are up to: apparently, they’re in possession of “vehicles not made on this earth.”
The Pentagon’s once secret department that hunts and investigates UFOs has continued to operate over the past decade despite previous claims it was disbanded.
The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force has been tucked away inside the Office of Naval Intelligence, and is now being called on to reveal at least some of its findings to the public every six months, according to the New York Times.
Information on mysterious encounters with unidentified aerial objects has formerly only been discussed in classified briefings, and Pentagon officials are still not at liberty to discuss the program, which deals with classified matters.
The new calls for greater transparency come as officials who previously worked with the unit reveal some of the objects discovered in their investigations were items humans ‘couldn’t make ourselves’ and ‘vehicles not made on this earth’.
Last month, US senators demanded to see the Pentagon’s UFO files as they pushed for influence over the secretive Navy program.
The Senate Intelligence Committee wanted defense chiefs to publish a report on the Pentagon’s UFO program and any phenomena it observes.
The committee says it ‘supports the efforts of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force’ – appearing to confirm that such a program still existed.
In 2017, the Pentagon acknowledged funding a secret multi-million dollar program named the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program to investigate UFO sightings, although defense chiefs claimed it had ended in 2012.
‘It was determined that there were other, higher priority issues that merited funding and it was in the best interest of the DoD to make a change,’ a spokeswoman said at the time.
But the Pentagon had been less clear about whether the UFO program continued to hover somewhere in the vast universe of the US defense establishment.
‘The DoD takes seriously all threats and potential threats to our people, our assets, and our mission and takes action whenever credible information is developed,’ the spokeswoman said.
People who worked with the UFO program through to 2017 and beyond have now confirmed to the New York Times that it continued to exist, but under a different name and a different office.
The Senate’s focus on the program stems less out of a concern over extraterrestrials, however, and more from the threat posed by real-world US adversaries such as China.
The Pentagon admitted in June that a nuclear detonation in space by Russia or China was among the possible threats to US interests.
Perhaps they’re concerned China or Russia may upset whatever inhabits the Moon?
The Navy already confirmed that three online videos showing UFOs were genuine, but what these officials are saying kicks the whole UFO thing up a few notches.
We should brush up on so-called conspiracy theories to consider possibilities that we may have previously dismissed as too far out there.
We should also figure out a way to contact the aliens and see if there are male and female ones, and if there are, see if their females also have that white women thing that makes them fight for the interests of other groups at the expense of their own group’s interests.
Maybe they’re blue and cute.
But most importantly, perhaps they’ll be our allies.