In the span of a few short weeks, UFOs – Unidentified Flying Objects – have suddenly become a sizzling mainstream media talking point, after more than seven decades of government denial, disclosure, and coverup.
Among the recent headlines:
- “Navy Pilots Were Seeing UFOs on an Almost Daily Basis in 2014 and 2015: Report”
- “Finally! NASA accepts and also confirms the existence of UFOs” – Alien Blog, June 3, 2019
- “Senators get classified briefing on UFO sightings”– Politico, June 19, 2019
It certainly seems as if Donald J. Trump plans to go down in history as the UFO Disclosure president. He and his advisers have pinned the responsibility for this delicate task on numerous Navy pilots who finally get the chance to share the biggest taboo topic in human history.
Trump praised the pilots for their dedication and military service before giving them the benefit of the doubt: “I want them to think whatever they think,” the President told ABC News reporter George Stephanopoulos, adding that the trained aerial observers “do say” they have seen them, “and I’ve seen and I’ve read and I’ve heard. And I did have one very brief meeting on it. But people are saying they’re seeing UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly.”
Trump himself told the ABC reporter, “We’re watching, and you’ll be the first to know” [if aliens are real].
While this is good news for ufologists who have studied the UFO phenomenon during all of those seven decades, braving public ridicule and social distancing, what is the downside behind these new revelations?
The answer is simple, as this writer revealed in January 2018. After entering the United States under Project Paperclip after WWII ended, German Nazi rocket scientist Wehrner Von Braun warned people of a future false flag event involving a staged alien attack on Earth.
While working as a corporate manager at Fairchild Industries, Dr. Carol Rosin met Von Braun in 1974 and ultimately became his personal assistant. The German physicist was dying of cancer at the time and told Dr. Rosin that the U.S. government was playing a “game” in an effort to weaponize space “to control the Earth from space and space itself.”
Von Braun opposed what became the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), better known as former President Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars program. On March 23, 1983, Reagan advocated creating a space-based anti-missile system. This project proved too complex for its time (or so the public has been told) and was shelved until the National Missile Defense system evolved from the 1990s.
First, said Von Braun, the U.S. would tell Americans that Russia was the country’s Enemy #1 as a reason to build space-based weaponry. In the 1970s the “dirty Commies” were indeed our Cold War foe. “We were told they had killer satellites, we were told they were coming to get us and control us,” explained Rosin.
Von Braun told Rosin that terrorists would be the second identified threat that warranted lasers in space.
The third threat requiring high-altitude armaments was to be “third-world country crazies,” stated Rosin. “We now call them Nations of Concern.”
After that, asteroids would be trotted out as an unseen, stealthy enemy that could appear without enough radar warning to prevent an extinction-level impact on the planet’s surface.
Von Braun revealed that aliens would be the fifth and “final card” that the U.S. government would use to con the American public into accepting the enormous expense, questionable usefulness, and possibility for global destruction associated with weapons in space.
Rosin said that, over the course of the next four years before Von Braun died, he repeated this message to her:
“And remember, Carol, the last card is the alien card. We’re going to have to build space-based weapons against aliens and all of it is a lie.”
Von Braun also told Rosin that the proliferation of weapons in space “would accelerate past the point of people even understanding it until it was already up there and too late.”
Is this the real reason why three U.S. Senators were briefed about Navy pilots ongoing and numerous UFO sightings this past week by the Pentagon?
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va) was one of those elite congressional leaders. Rachel Cohen, speaking on his behalf, said:
“If naval pilots are running into unexplained interference in the air, that’s a safety concern Senator Warner believes we need to get to the bottom of.”
This “safety concern” has also been termed a “threat” to national security in the nightly news. Readers of this author’s book UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases know two things:
- If the occupants controlling the thousands of UFOs reported to date wanted us dead, we’d be dead. Of course, a threat can be non-lethal. Is this what is creating the sudden interest in this above-top-secret topic by top U.S. officials?
- Concerns about national security over UFOs date back to WWII and even before that. What government wouldn’t be upset by an alien culture – or cultures – capable of flying circles around the most advanced aircrafts known to humans?
When you connect the dots – Trump’s February 2019 directive to create a new sixth branch of the military called the Space Force, the 2004 “Tic-Tac UFO sighting” witnessed by naval personnel conducting training maneuvers in the Pacific Ocean southwest of San Diego, and the sudden allowance that UFOs do exist, have been studied, and are being reported by credible Navy pilots – the picture which emerges looks a lot like the unsettling one painted by Von Braun 45 years ago.