Flying saucers to mind control: 24 declassified military & CIA secrets

Government and military secrets can range from terrifying to amusing to downright absurd, but most are nothing short of intriguing. From a secret U.S. Air Force project to build a supersonic flying saucer to a now-famous World War II-era research program that produced the first atomic bombs to a plan to train domesticated cats to spy on the Soviet Union, here are 24 declassified military and CIA secrets.

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Area 51 expert slams US government for raiding his home: I’ve lost faith in the justice system

The home of an Area 51 website owner was violently raided by more than a dozen armed FBI agents in November, and since then, Joerg Arnu has received minimal explanation for the bombardment that caused $25,000 in damages to his property.

Area 51 expert Joerg Arnu explained on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the search was related to images he posted on his website.

“I can’t get ahold of anyone. Three doors were kicked in. A country gate was busted. My girlfriend was dragged out of the house in Las Vegas. I was dragged out of the house in Rachel. And nobody can give us any answers,” Arnu explained Friday.

Arnu has pleaded for an explanation from the U.S. Justice Department for months, but has largely remained in the dark. 

“I published photos of Area 51 on my website, which is something I have done for 20 years without anyone really taking issue with it. And all of a sudden, this thing comes out of the blue crashing down on my homes. I really still don’t have an explanation,” the expert continued. 

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FBI Agents Raid Home of Owner of a Popular Website that Tracks Everything About the Secret Air Base in Area 51

The FBI reportedly raided the home of the owner of a popular website that tracks everything related to Area 51.  This is according to a report from a lead investigative reporter of KLAS TV, an affiliate of CBS.

“FBI agents came down hard on the operator of a popular website devoted to all things Area 51–its programs, lore, and legacy. More than a dozen agents served a no-knock warrant on the Rachel, NV home of Joerg Arnu, owner of http://dreamlandresort.com…” investigative reporter George Knapp wrote.

Joerg Arnu is the founder of Dreamland Resort and Webmaster. According to IMDb, Joerg Arnu grew up in Germany where he obtained a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering and started his career as a software developer. Today Joerg is a 25-year Area 51 research veteran, living in Rachel, NV, just outside the gates of Area 51. His Dreamland Resort website is all about the military R&D aspect of Area 51, Black Projects and Military Aviation.

“For 20 years and counting Dreamland Resort has been the most comprehensive source for information on Area 51, Black Projects, the Nellis Ranges, TTR, and the ET Highway. The webmaster is a 25-year Area 51 Research veteran and a resident of Rachel, NV, right outside the gates of Area 51,” according to the Dream Land Resort website.

George Knapp added, “They seized all computers, files, phones, photos. At the same time, another team of a dozen or more agents stormed into Arnu’s Las Vegas home, seized all digital devices and files, held his girlfriend at gunpoint.”

The motive for the raid is still unknown.

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Man in Clown Mask Attempts to Steal Jet to Fly to Area 51 to See Aliens

A Las Vegas man is in considerable legal trouble following a wild incident wherein he breached an airport’s security perimeter by way of a limousine and then donned a clown mask while attempting to commandeer a jet for a trip to Area 51 to see aliens. The multilayered misadventure reportedly unfolded last Wednesday evening when Matthew Hancock allegedly drove a limo through two metal fences surrounding the city’s McCarran International Airport. After pulling up alongside a jet on the tarmac, authorities say the man stepped out of his vehicle, put on a clown mask, and informed workers at the aircraft that he intended to “blow this place up” with a bomb.

According to police, Hancock then inexplicably got back inside the limousine and began to drive away, while the understandably alarmed airport personnel fled the scene. Fortunately, there was no standoff nor any altercation when cops caught up with the vehicle as the man is said to have surrendered immediately. It was then that things took an even stranger turn when Hancock reportedly revealed to police his reasoning for the brazen event. After telling them that there was a bomb in his vehicle, the man explained that he wanted to steal a jet and then somehow use it to journey to Area 51 “to look at aliens.”

Cops subsequently searched Hancock’s limousine and found a crude-looking fake bomb made out of what appeared to be an oxygen tank, a fire extinguisher, and various metal objects all strung together with Christmas lights. As one might imagine, the man was promptly arrested and has been charged with multiple crimes including threatening an act of terrorism.

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Navy’s NEMESIS tied to UFO reports by former Area 51 veteran

A new report on The War Zone suggests the building interest in UFOs could be met with the same style of government response that previously hushed people who were convinced we were on the verge of meeting extra-terrestrial beings.

A Navy program called NEMESIS — Netted Emulation of Multi-Element Signature against Integrated Sensors — has the potential to overwhelm enemy sensor networks during combat. NEMESIS would make it very difficult for enemies to distinguish between fake and real targets.

Among the things NEMESIS might explain:

Read the full report, “Area 51 veteran and CIA electronic warfare pioneer weigh in on Navy UFO encounters,” on thedrive.com/the-war-zone.

“This takes me back to circa the 1960s when the CIA designed and was building the Mach 3 A-12 Blackbird to replace the U-2,” T.D. Barnes tells the website. Barnes worked in secret programs at Area 51 in the era of the transition to the SR-71 Blackbird, the fastest plane ever made for the U.S. government.

Barnes draws parallels between the capabilities of NEMESIS and electronic countermeasures that were in development around the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis.

And the program is loaded with military secrets, so don’t count on any official comment anytime soon.

Events over the past year have generated a wave of excitement for the UFO topic. The U.S. Navy’s statement that video of a 2004 UFO encounter is “real,” reporting from top U.S. news organizations and even the “Storm Area 51” event have pushed interest higher.

Government programs to discredit reports in the ’40s and ’50s often relied on statements that people were confusing UFOs and weather balloons. When these denials failed, the government resorted to programs meant to ridicule people who reported UFOs.

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New Photos From Area 51. Is There Increasing Evidence Of Alien Aircraft?

Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says the government has been hiding details of UFOs for years. Former CIA Director John Brennan thinks there may be life on other planets too.

[I]s there other life besides what’s in the States, in the world, the globe? Life is defined in many different ways. I think it’s a bit presumptuous and arrogant for us to believe that there’s no other form of life anywhere in the entire universe. What that might be is subject to a lot of different views.

But I think some of the phenomena we’re going to be seeing continues to be unexplained and might, in fact, be some type of phenomenon that is the result of something that we don’t yet understand and that could involve some type of activity that some might say constitutes a different form of life.

The Covid-19 relief bill includes much that has nothing to do with Covid-19 or relief, from a ban on the postal service shipping e-cigarettes to $35 billion for zero-emission energy technology and wind and solar tax credits. It also requires “he Pentagon and spy agencies to say what they know about UFOs” within 6 months. People with the highest of security clearances think there’s something out there.

After the release of the navy pilot UFO videos this spring, there’s a real deluge of information coming out.

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Area 51 Has A Huge New Hangar Facility That Points To A Drone Swarm Future

The Air Force’s clandestine flight test center deep inside the Nevada Test and Training Range, known as Area 51 or Groom Lake, among more colorful nicknames, continues to grow as it approaches its seventh decade of operations. Constant construction has grown the remote facility dramatically since the turn of the millennium, including the addition of a massive and still mysterious hangar built at the base’s remote southern end. Now, an even larger extension to an existing hangar facility that is quite peculiar in nature points to the very real possibility that the age of large swarms of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) has finally arrived.

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SCARIER 51: Incredible aerial timelapse reveals how the mysterious Area 51 has expanded over the last 30 years

EVER since the 1950s, the US government’s Area 51 – located deep within the remote Nevada desert – has been the subject of intense conspiracy theories.

But now Google Maps has offered a rare glimpse of the mysterious government site – revealing a massive build up of infrastructure at the base over the past 30 years.

Satellite imagery recorded annually since 1984 shows a rapid expansion of buildings and runways at the base.

This includes the construction of a second runway and what appears to be an extension of the first.

Buildings are also being constructed into the side of a nearby mountain – though what they contain remains a mystery.

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