U.S. Navy: UFO transparency would harm national security

Ok, so the U.S. Navy finally said the quiet part out loud, as evidenced in this bombshell report stemming from a rejected Freedom of Information Act request:


Here’s my takeaway from the article:

” ‘The release of this information will harm national security as it may provide adversaries valuable information regarding Department of Defense/Navy operations, vulnerabilities, and/or capabilities,’ Gregory Cason, deputy director of the Navy’s FOIA office, wrote in a response letter.”

He also dropped this fascinating admission: “Cason added that the Navy was able to declassify the three UAP videos released in April 2020 only because the videos had been previously leaked to the media and had already been ‘discussed extensively in the public domain.’ The Navy deemed it possible to officially release the footage ‘without further damage to national security,’ Cason wrote.

This should be a wakeup call, not only for the media and the public, but for Congress, which finds itself stymied in attempts to learn the truth about UFOs buzzing U.S. Navy pilots.

Isn’t it time for a reality check? Here’s my offering:

The Pentagon was never going to share any UFO information with the public and only grudgingly released those three now-famous videos of encounters with Navy pilots in which objects performed astonishing feats; instantaneous acceleration, reaching hypersonic speeds, and apparently traveling in the atmosphere and underwater with equal ease.

I contend that the leakers thought these objects represented ET technology but that they actually, unwittingly, exposed above-top-secret U.S. weapons. Otherwise, we would be seeing the same epidemic of strange encounters happening with pilots of foreign branches: the UK, France, the NATO countries. We aren’t. Whatever is happening across the pond is nothing compared to what’s happening here. That’s because the UFOs are ours. We are training personnel in the use of these weapons on the same ranges where we train our other military personnel.

Meanwhile, members of Congress, unaware of these weapons because no one in Congress has a need to know, are freaking out because they think it’s ET. And the kicker is that the Pentagon can’t tell Congress what’s going on because then these weapons would no longer be, well, secret. It’s a vicious cycle of deception.

Congress is concerned about those ‘transmedium’ UFOs, but the Pentagon is not

There has been a lot of chatter lately about how Congress is concerned about the slow pace of investigations into those transmedium UFOs, so named because they can traverse the oceans, the atmosphere and space with equal ease. Popular Science lays out the disconnect between the nation’s civilian leadership and the military.

I would respectfully submit to the conversation the simple observation that there can be only one logical reason for the Pentagon to be unconcerned about the alleged threat these UFOs pose: The DoD knows these aren’t ET, they aren’t from other nations or the private sector. They are above-top-secret U.S. military weapons known only to a small, extremely compartmentalized group within the Pentagon.

Following this line of reasoning, this would mean even other parts of the military establishment are unaware of this secret program. Congress doesn’t have a need to know, the public doesn’t have a need to know, and even our largely civilian space program, NASA, doesn’t have a need to know.

Is there something the government isn’t telling us about UFOs?

Now they’re finally asking the right question! Not, are we alone … ?

Here’s what all those UFO sightings might be — and what the military may know

They’re starting to finally ask: Are we being deceived?

I have the answer: Hell, yeah, there’s something the government isn’t telling us about UFOs!

Primarily, the government isn’t telling us that the UFOs are ours. But I suspect the real story is far more complicated, a seventy-five-year-long conspiracy that will likely never be fully understood by the public.

Someone please tell the U.S. Senate that all the UFOs are created by earthlings, already!

Sheezuss … this is beyond ridiculous at this point!


Would someone please tell the U.S. Senate that all the UFOs, including the Tic-Tacs, are fashioned by earthlings, already?!

That’s why the Pentagon is mum about these encounters. THEY ARE OURS!

What do these people need, an effing roadmap?!

Is there a UFO conspiracy aimed at convincing people that it’s space aliens?

As this editorial in Cracked correctly observes, “there is a bit of a conspiracy to promote” the ET hypothesis.


Yeah, I agree! The entire conversation about UFOs has been dominated by people who are biased toward the ET hypothesis.

It’s time to give the terrestrial hypothesis some ink. There are various flavors if the terrestrial hypothesis, but the main tenet is this: UFOs are not piloted by space aliens but are of earthly construction.

The version of the terrestrial hypothesis that I subscribe to is that the Tic Tacs and other seemingly otherworldly UFOs encountered by U.S. Navy pilots are above-top-secret U.S. weapons platforms. The conspiracy goes all the way back to the 1940s, when there was an initial propulsion breakthrough. The Pentagon has managed to maintain this secret all the way to the present, with the initial propulsion breakthrough evolving into platforms that have astonishing performance capabilities.

The reason the Navy pilots are encountering these platforms is because they are also in training. After all, the sightings have occurred during Navy training missions and in waters reserved specifically for U.S. military training.

So, this particular version of the terrestrial hypothesis posits that it’s not ET. It was never ET.

That means Kenneth Arnold in 1947 saw U.S. military aircraft. The saucers over Washington, D.C., in 1952 were likely demonstrations ordered by President Harry Truman to verify superiority over state-of-the-art fighter jets. Truman had ordered a similar demonstration of the flying wing earlier in his career. I propose that the reason there were two UFO episodes over the White House in 1952 — one week apart — was that Truman wasn’t satisfied after the first demonstration. He wanted to see a more direct interaction with fighter interceptors.

The ET hypothesis is perfectly valid. I’m just saying that we need to consider an alternative. Certainly, the public isn’t being well-served when you have a group of people who are fully ensconced in the ET hypothesis running the show.

Navy pilot quoted by The Hill dismisses theory that UFOs were drones or balloons

Interesting opinion piece in The Hill regarding Navy pilots encountering UFOs.

For me, the primary takeaway is that these aviators apparently don’t believe the UFOs they observed and encountered were drones and balloons.

As one aviator explained, many of these encounters are taking place way out to sea, too far for typical drone or balloon traffic, and the UFOs also are performing in ways that defy any mundane classification.

Yeah, I think it’s a fair assumption that Naval aviators can tell the difference between a drone, a balloon, and a bona fide UFO.

At the same time, I still think all of this fits nicely into the terrestrial hypothesis. That is, these objects are operating in U.S. military training areas, they are being observed predominantly by U.S. military pilots, and their foreign counterparts are apparently not having similar encounters. Therefore, as crazy and counterintuitive as it might seem, these objects are likely secret U.S. military platforms that are unknown to the rest of the military.

The modern, mysterious UFO saga: It all goes back to Harry Truman

Here’s an interesting tidbit in the mysterious and ongoing 75-year-long modern UFO saga.

Maybe Truman’s UFO response was “awkward” because he knew they were just ours all along.

That’s my insane hypothesis, anyway; namely, that Truman knew all about the “flying saucers” because he had a hand in furthering the development of a propulsion breakthrough that remains above-top-secret to this very day.

Fast-forward to 2022, the 70th anniversary of one of the most profound events in UFO lore: the time flying saucers out-performed state-of-the-art fighter jets in the skies over Washington, D.C.

I contend this was by Truman’s own design, that he ordered the demonstration of these flying saucers much as he had ordered a similar demonstration of Northrop’s flying wing years earlier. Perhaps not incidentally, the flying wing’s debut over the White House was marred by engine failure, but the flying saucers performed flawlessly.

So, following this fanciful line of reasoning, the seemingly alien objects encountered by U.S. Navy pilots in recent years are the latest version of this propulsion platform, which represents the backbone of a clandestine U.S. space program that has been operating for decades in parallel to NASA.

The Tic-Tac-shaped craft and various other inexplicable items observed flitting through the heavens are all U.S. military. The reason they have been encountered so frequently over U.S. military training ranges is because they, too, are in training. Under this terrestrial hypothesis, as opposed to the ET hypothesis that dominates UFO discussion, these aerospace platforms are not “experimental aircraft,” but fully operational machines kept entirely shrouded from Congress and the president.

Going farther down this crazy rabbit hole, the Pentagon’s supposed UFO investigations are primarily a smokescreen, but they have unwittingly exposed a top-secret weapon by leaking videos of Navy pilots encountering these objects.

The Washington flying saucers flap turns 70 in July. But was this a deliberate demonstration ordered by Harry Truman?

Soon it will be seventy years since the infamous Washington flying saucer flap of 1952, an extraordinary affair in which UFOs buzzed the nation’s capital and eluded the best fighter jets of the time.

But were these UFOs of alien origin? I propose that these events were deliberate demonstrations ordered by President Harry Truman, and that the flying saucers were in fact advanced U.S. weapons under development since the end of World War II.

For those who are unfamiliar with this critically important happening in the history of UFOs, this article from the History Channel is a good backgrounder: https://www.history.com/news/ufos-washington-white-house-air-force-coverup

Anyway, as I was saying, my proposal is that the UFO flyovers were, in fact, demonstrations ordered by a skeptical president to prove the value of these platforms at a time when the military was asking for greater funding for the above-top-secret weapons.

After all, Truman pulled a similar stunt earlier in his career, when he ordered that the Flying Wing be flown over the White House to show its prowess. Unfortunately, the aircraft flyover was marred by engine trouble, and this damaged its credibility.

By contrast, the flying saucers were a swimming success, easily out-performing state-of-the-art jet fighters. And the rest can be found somewhere in the unwritten history of a modern UFO saga that began 75 years ago, when pilot Kenneth Arnold had his seminal sighting over Mount Rainier.

Maybe NASA’s UFO investigation is all about propulsion, not ET

So, regarding NASA’s announcement that it will seriously investigate UFOs, perhaps it’s all about propulsion, not space aliens.


In other words, maybe the big brains at NASA don’t think it’s ET. Maybe they are just recognizing, FINALLY, that someone on planet Earth has achieved an astounding propulsion breakthrough.

And, oh, by the way, wouldn’t it be advantageous for the world’s premier space agency to get its hands on such a technology? A serious scientific study of UFOs could reveal clues about how this propulsion system works.

You know my take. I think the Tic Tac and other similar craft are above-top-secret U.S. military hardware. In other words, the Pentagon is the entity that has achieved said propulsion breakthrough. Of course, if such a breakthrough existed, you wouldn’t expect the Pentagon to share it with ANYONE, and that includes NASA. No one would have a “need to know,” not even Congress or the president.

But that’s just my weird, paranoid mind …

Does Congress really have a ‘need to know’ about UFOs, especially if said UFOs are not ET?

All this talk of the upcoming Congressional hearing regarding UFOs begs the question: Does Congress, or, for that matter, the public, have a so-called “need to know” when it comes to UFOs? https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/ufo-hearing-house-intelligence-committee-b2075745.html

I say that because I’m working on the assumption that the oval “tic tac” object that seemingly defied the laws of physics and other craft that have exhibited similar anomalous behavior are actually above-top-secret Pentagon programs, NOT space aliens.

So, then, assuming the UFOs are not ET but actually a breakaway, quantum leap technology possessed only by the U.S. military, why then would the Pentagon divulge this information to the public? 

As far as I’m concerned, this secret goes all the way back to the end of World War II, when the United States either acquired the initial breakthrough from the Germans or developed it themselves. Either way, that’s when it all began. So, assuming this has been a platform possessed solely by the U.S. military all this time, by now it would be far more advanced than it was originally.

So, we’re talking about a 75-year conspiracy. Obviously a crazy, unprecedented situation. But it’s either ET or not.