UFOs and Nukes: This was not ET, this was our tax dollars at work!

Meager coverage for yesterday’s news conference regarding UFOs that shut down U.S. nuclear missiles in the 1960s.

I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again. This was NOT ET … this was a major clue to the ongoing and fascinating UFO riddle.

In my opinion, the U.S. military was testing a new anti-missile system using either microwaves or electromagnetic energy, mounted on our already perfected field-propulsion technology, which we had been developing since the end of World War II.

It wasn’t ET sending a message. It wasn’t some other country. It was the Pentagon.

Again, in my opinion, the Tic-Tac UFOs and all the rest are above-top-secret U.S. weapons systems.

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

Research: Pentagon UFO report seems to have boosted support for ET hypothesis

Research shows that the government releasing its UFO report increased the public’s support for the ET hypothesis. You have to wonder, was this by design?

Did the U.S. use antigravity tech to shut down its own nuke-missile launch systems?

Another story about UFOs shutting down nuclear missile sites.

While you might think this indicates space alien involvement, I would argue just the opposite. My hypothesis is that this was the Pentagon testing new technologies to shut down the launch mechanism in the event of the Big One.

The idea is that if you can shut down your own nuke sites, penetrate the hardened electronics, evade security, etc., etc., then you should also be able to neutralize those of your adversaries.

I propose these were above-top-secret U.S. military platforms that operate using field propulsion.  

I further propose the United States has had this propulsion technology, in one form or another, since the post-war period and that it has been evolving ever since. So now we see the most recent products, like the Tic Tac vehicle encountered by Navy pilots.

It’s laughable that journalists trust the Pentagon to admit the UFOs are ours

I see example after example of journalists trusting the Pentagon when it says, “It’s not us,” in reference to UFOs.

How many times have you read the following? “Well, the Pentagon says it’s not a top secret American weapon, so that eliminates that possibility.”


Since when do we just accept what authority tells us about something this profound? Given the legacy of deception over the years, we should be questioning every word out of their mouths when it comes to the entire subject of UFOs.

In fact, considering that the authorities are going out of their way to stress this point – that it’s not us – journalists should be even more suspicious of the whole can of worms. I can understand why people are so dubious about the idea that we could possess a propulsion system so advanced. The problem, however, is that people are not going back all the way to the time and place where the modern UFO phenomenon began.

I would argue that there hasn’t been a sudden breakthrough, but a constant evolution that began seventy-five years ago.

Sen. Rubio on UFOs: ‘It isn’t ours.’ Translation: It’s ours.

It sure seems like Senator Marco Rubio went out of his way to assert “It isn’t ours,” when asked by Fox News interviewer Bartiromo about UFOs.

He went on to deal a serious buzzkill to the rather sensational news from former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe that the upcoming UFO report from the Pentagon would be coming out by June 1 and that it would contain previously unseen reports of UFOs traveling faster than the speed of sound without causing a sonic boom.

Rubio said the much-anticipated report likely won’t meet that deadline, and it also wouldn’t reach any conclusions.

This smacks of serious subterfuge.

Also, there has been recent news about the obvious stonewalling on the part of the military to reveal exactly what’s going on regarding UFOs and the U.S. military.

In my opinion, what’s going on here is that the UFOs are not invaders from space or adversarial countries. The UFOs are above-top-secret U.S. technology operated by an elite unit of the military unknown to other branches and departments. The encounters are the result of training, which is needed to ready the use of these weapons in future conflict. They are training without the advance knowledge of Navy personnel to not only shroud the existence of these weapons from the public but also to mimic real-life military conflict.

The data collected from various sensors and radars would prove essential to understanding how stealthy these weapons would be in true-to-life military missions.