By now, everyone has seen the eye-popping NY Times article and the video that came with it. www.nytimes.com/2017/12/16/us/politics/pentagon-program-ufo-harry-reid.html Why? Why now? Why is the Pentagon all of a sudden admitting it is spending money on UFO research? Why are there multiple spottings of cigar shaped inter-stellar objects that could be an alien spaceship, suddenly being reported on? Why is Tom DeLonge all of a sudden being approached by former Pentagon officials to disclose UFOs? Why is the military purposely flying squads of airplane at night in formations that can easily be mistaken as gigantic UFOs?
Why you ask?
Because they need to come up with an explanation for trillions of missing dollars.
Let’s think rationally for a moment. The UFO phenomenon has been filmed since the 1940’s when Foo Fighters were first spotted. worldwartwo.filminspector.com/2016/10/foo-fighters-of-world-war-ii.html Over the decades there have been countless testimonies and sightings by credible sources (like military/commercial pilots) let alone hundreds and hundreds of hours of footage. Ask anyone in the world if they know what a UFO is and they will answer yes. Are we to believe that the strongest, the most advanced military in the world does not know everything there is to know about UFOs in 2010’s? Are we to believe that the research into the topic only began on 2007 as according to the NYT? Absurd! How naïve do you have to be to believe such utter non-sense?
Enter the threat of the first-ever audit of the Pentagon and the DoD. www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-10/pentagon-undergo-first-ever-audit-after-decades-sloppy-accounting-and-missing-trilli As the saying goes, they’re up the creek without a paddle. Yes, they are missing AT LEAST $21 trillion by some estimates and as much as $29 trillion by more “sensationalistic” media outlets. investmentwatchblog.com/29-trillion-dollars-missing-from-pentagon-trump-calls-for-audit/
Where did all this money go? Well, I’d imagine some went to legit above top secret weapons research. Now, most of these experiments probably failed, wasting trillions. The military has every motivation to hide failed experiments while publicizing the crap out of successful ones. Why? Because repeated reports of failures will drive the public and Congress to doubt about funding future projects. So they hide the unsuccessful results as much as possible. They simply don’t want their revenue stream reduced.
Next? Probably a significant amount went in to illegal operations and sensitive surveillance. After all, you can’t actually put into accounting ledgers that we were spying on our closest allies or that we were responsible for certain insurrections in the Middle East, or that we’re actually protecting poppy fields in Afghanistan, right? Or that we’re even spending vast resources monitoring our own population unconstitutionally. No, no, all those things have to be off-the-books.
Finally, I suspect that large sums of money were embezzled or diverted to enrich the Military Industrial Complex. All those extravagant perks don’t come cheap you know. Who cares if the military pays $200k for an LCD monitor that costs $50 to make. It’s all free money. Well, to them that is, because it’s our money.
So, what to do? How are the Pentagon and the DoD going to account for over $20 trillion in missing funds? Well, you figure they’ll point to covert programs and secret development for up to $10 trillion or so. But there’s just no way they’re going to come up with an acceptable explanation for all $20+ trillion.
That’s where the UFO patsy comes in. Yes. They are going to reveal that trillions that were actually squandered (or outright stolen) were justifiably spent on the following: 1. To research and validate the existence of UFOs. 2. To devise and construct early warning systems (such as a satellite network) that can detect UFOs encroaching on our space. 3. To come up with feasible ways to defend ourselves against an unlikely but possible alien invasion. 4. Labs and research centers dedicated to understanding how the UFOs function should they turn out to be real. 5. Etc. etc. bla bla bla…
You see where they’re going with this? When the entire planet is at stake, $10+ trillion in defense suddenly doesn’t seem so bad. Of course, no evidence of actual development or proof of systems will ever be disclosed. You know, national security and all. But all this hinges on the majority of the population believing that UFO are real and that a credible threat is a possibility. This is why more and more information will be released from the Pentagon in the coming months. They want you to believe!
If you need proof of my argument, just look at the NY Times article.
In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find.
The very first line of the article specifically states the amount spent on this program. Why does it make such an emphasis in this insignificant amount of $22 million? Simple. They are trying to program us in to accepting that it is normal to spend money on UFO research. Need more proof? Look further down the article.
“Why aren’t we spending more time and effort on this issue?” Mr. Elizondo wrote in a resignation letter to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.
Do you see the psychological manipulation? Do you see how the article is trying to make us believe that funding for UFO research is not only justified but absolutely necessary?
Don’t fall for this crap. While I’m a firm believer in UFOs, I also know damn well that the DoD, CIA, NSA and just about every powerful agency in the country knows the full truth of UFOs. They’ve known for decades! They’re just trying to convince you that all that money that’s missing? Well, that it was well spent. They’re gonna claim they’re saving your ass from greys and reptilians so just be thankful.
In the coming months (and even years), the government will release more and more info on UFOs. Do not fall for it. It’s old news. It’s stuff the govt has known for a long time, carefully packaged to make you think… “hmm, maybe we DO need to spend more money on UFO research and defense.” It’s all a ruse. It’s all a scam. They’re just trying to cover their ass for the missing $29 trillion.
This is the real “Project Blue Beam”. It is to obfuscate and justify the trillions that have been illegally used by our own military.
P.S. Upon re-reading my post, I seem to be saying that UFOs definitely exists and the govt has been hiding it. I am not. I am saying the govt fully knows for sure whether they exist or not. I do not know what they know. All I’m saying is that they are using psyop to get people to question “MAYBE UFOs exists”. When enough people start questioning the existence of UFOs, their secret unaccounted $10+ trillion spent on supposed projects to verify UFOs will seem justified. It will all be BS because they already know whether they exist or not and have known for decades.
Keep the idiots preoccupied, while the Pentagon spent $21trillion pic.twitter.com/QmyOvXn2Ud
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) December 19, 2017