Month: February 2023

Bloomberg Opinion Piece Hints at True Origins of UFOs

I was reading the Washington Post and ran across this interesting analysis piece from a Bloomberg writer.

Here, the writer hints at the origins of UFOs. He adroitly assesses that the true, modern-day phenomenon began 75 years ago, with Kenneth Arnold’s seminal sighting.

Actually, it began during the final days of World War II, primarily over the European theater, with U.S. pilots spotting so-called foo fighters tagging along American aircraft.  

This would strongly suggest that there was a wartime propulsion breakthrough by one of the European powers. Call it field propulsion, if you like.

Subsequent sightings, largely over the United States (including Kenneth Arnold’s), would also strongly suggest that the U.S. military was in possession of this propulsion breakthrough.

Afterward, it continued to evolve over the decades, growing better and better but remaining entirely in the dark, hidden even from other military departments, unknown to all but the select few at the Pentagon with the proper clearances.

Meanwhile, the propulsion system was continually improved upon, fed by America’s enormous, ongoing and unrivaled military spending that followed the war. Much of this spending has been in the form of “black budgets” that are entirely shrouded from public scrutiny.

Now, U.S. Navy pilots are encountering vehicles capable of going from a hovering standstill to instantaneous acceleration and reaching unheard of hypersonic speeds. The reason we are seeing these vehicles primarily over U.S. military training ranges is because they are American.

It isn’t ET. It was never ET.

But I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already contemplated. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Why does the Pentagon want us to believe the UFOs are ET?

Well, if there’s any takeaway for the media after the incredible balloongate UFO fiasco, it is this: The Pentagon wants us all to believe the UFOs might be ET.

Let’s look at exhibit A, General Glen VanHerck, when asked a simple, direct question — whether they are ET — just couldn’t muster the strength to tell the truth.

“I’ll let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out,” General Glen VanHerck, commander of U.S. Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) told reporters late Sunday.

Why would the Pentagon want the American public to falsely believe these particular UFOs are ET, even when it’s obvious they are balloons?

I have the answer!

It is because if we start realizing these most recent UFOs aren’t ET, we might also start to realize many, if not all, of the UFOs are not ET. Then, from that realization, we might further deduce that many of them are above-top-secret U.S. military weapons.

Above all, the Pentagon protects its secrets, and if that means confusing the public, even terrifying the public, then so be it.

I would take that line of reasoning even further and suggest to you that the Pentagon has a long history of doing this, to the point of running an organized, dedicated disinformation program aimed at promoting the ET hypothesis, when they know it’s bogus.

But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already considered. It’s all in Flying Saucers!