Well this new branch service created by Trump seems to have a real purpose.
The U.S. Space Command to protect space.
Did they speak to you? Or communicate anything to you through the power of their minds?My experience was different, no oval eyed greys.
My little guys looked like undernourished children with rectangular eyes wearing Mickey Mouse shoes.
They little guys could control time and solid objects and using very bright white light for transportation.
To be honest i wouldnt have thought the subject of UFOs would be included in a state of the union address, so dont get too down hearted.The Pentagon to answer the UFO question in 180 days looks so-so that is to be presented in June.
It was mentioned on the internet that it took congress 3 years to publish a supposedly timely report on the 9/11 World Trade Tower disaster For the American people.
This week Biden’s State of the Union Address, in a 90 minute speech, he talked about everything except UFOs.
This is not a good sign.
To be honest i wouldnt have thought the subject of UFOs would be included in a state of the union address, so dont get too down hearted.
If so, did they ever sort out that elemental problem of decades spent investigating, 'flying saucer' shaped objects, when all along it had been a calamitous misunderstanding?Does a U.S. secret government exist ?
Watched this last night and I think it is very recent but if it isn't and has been posted before then just excuse me reposting here.
Elizondo talks here quite believably, openly and frankly about his involvement in AATIP, why he left his role, and gives his thoughts on a number of associated subjects.
Before watching this I thought he was most likely dressing up his involvement for the sake of providing a bit of 'schtick', but I now think he seems really actually quite sincere.....although I temper that with the consideration that there is a bit of 'smoke' being deployed too.
EXCLUSIVE - Ex Pentagon official Luis Elizondo reveals UFO bombshells | The Basement Office
The way I’ve framed the thought experiment in recent conversations is this: Imagine, tomorrow, an alien craft crashed down in Oregon. There are no lifeforms in it. It’s effectively a drone. But it’s undeniably extraterrestrial in origin. So we are faced with the knowledge that we’re not alone, that we are perhaps being watched, and we have no way to make contact. How does that change human culture and society?
One immediate effect, I suspect, would be a collapse in public trust. Decades of U.F.O. reports and conspiracies would take on a different cast. Governments would be seen as having withheld a profound truth from the public, whether or not they actually did. We already live in an age of conspiracy theories. Now the guardrails would truly shatter, because if U.F.O.s were real, despite decades of dismissals, who would remain trusted to say anything else was false?
Certainly not the academics who’d laughed them off as nonsense, or the governments who would now be seen as liars.
“I’ve always resisted the conspiracy narrative around U.F.O.s,” Alexander Wendt, a professor of international security at Ohio State University who has written about U.F.O.s, told me. “I assume the governments have no clue what any of this is and they’re covering up their ignorance, if anything. That’s why you have all the secrecy, but people may think they were being lied to all along.”
The question, then, would be who could impose meaning on such an event. “Instead of a land grab, it would be a narrative grab,” Diana Pasulka, author of
“American Cosmic: U.F.O.s, Religion, Technology,” told me. There would be enormous power — and money — in shaping the story humanity told itself. If we
were to believe that the contact was threatening, military budgets would swell all over the world. A more pacific interpretation might orient humanity toward space travel or at least interstellar communication. Pasulka says she believes this narrative grab is happening even now, with the military establishment positioning itself as the arbiter of information over any U.F.O. events
There is not - and never has been - any report to the public in play here. The mandate is to provide a report to the Congressional intelligence committee that issued the requirement. Whether that committee elects to release any contents of that (supposedly unclassified) report is a different matter.I fear that the required UFO report to the public will say something like we are studying the situation and we will let you know our findings in a few years.
There is an argument, though, for a case of "they would say that, wouldn't they".....