Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Someone Wants a Bigger Budget


With little conclusive evidence expected to confirm any intergalactic visitations, it remains to be seen whether any earthling minds will change. Military leaders warn that the technology, if not alien, may belong to US adversaries such as Russia or China. 
Last August, the Pentagon established the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force to look into observations of unknown flying aircrafts. 
The group's job is to "detect, analyse and catalogue" these events, as well as to "gain insight" into the "nature and origins" of UFOs, the Pentagon said. 
A classified version of the group's report was provided to lawmakers earlier this month. Unnamed officials told US media that the report found no evidence of alien activity, but also did not rule it out.


Listen to the video above. Listen to David Fravor's description of what he saw. 

Does that sound like it originated on Earth?

The Pentagon is using the public's increasing awareness of UFO's as an opportunity to get a larger budget.

That's what this is all about.


Anonymous said...

I saw paranormal activity and the ghosts warned me about runaway entitlement spending.

thelastenglishprince said...

Toss into the ring the absurd statement about "Climate Change" being the worst threat faced by the U.S. military, and I think there is a trend here.

Pastorius said...

They are only concerned about things that don't exists, because things that don't exist are scarier than things that and be seen and analyzed. Things can't be seen haunt our fears and loosen our wallets.

I love your comment, Anonymous.