Congressman Argues That If UFOs Are Real, They Are Likely Extraterrestrial

During a recent conversation regarding the UFO phenomenon and government secrecy, a United States Congressman from Tennessee provocatively mused that, if they exist, the mysterious objects are likely extraterrestrial in nature. Interviewed by website TMZ on Tuesday, Representative Tim Burchett responded to indications that the forthcoming Pentagon UAP report will suggest that UFOs spotted by Navy pilots could have originated from Russia. “I think that’s ridiculous,” he declared, postulating that “if the Russians had UFO technology, they would own us right now.” Having dismissed that possibility, the congressman went on to argue that the phenomenon “has to be something that’s [from] out of this galaxy, just has to be, if in fact it is real.”

Burchett also lamented about the lack of transparency from the government regarding the UFO phenomenon, noting that politicians “always say they’re going to do something about it and then they get into office” and the only files that get released are redacted with “a big blob of Wite-Out. Clearly, something’s going on that we can’t handle.” Indicating a belief in the idea that the phenomenon has been a part of human history since the beginning, the congressman observed that “UFOs are in the Bible. Read Ezekiel, it talks about the wheel flying around. They’ve been around since we’ve been around and somebody’s gotta come up with answers.”

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Media Flipping 180° On UFOs At Pentagon’s Directive Says More About Media Than UFOs

After the January 6 riot at the US Capitol Building, the mass media immediately seized the opportunity to call for more internet censorship to prevent the spread of crazy conspiracy theories. Now the mass media are saying the US military has been lying about UFOs for decades and hey, maybe space aliens are flying around above your house.

Half of the UFO articles coming out of the mass media these days are basically just stalwart propagandists for the western empire explaining to each other that it’s okay to talk about UFOs now and they should all feel perfectly fine and normal about that.

These unprincipled propagandists are falling all over themselves to dismantle taboos which they’ve been unquestioningly upholding and enforcing for decades, really for no other reason than because they were told to by the US military.

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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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NASA’s new boss: We’ll start investigating UFOs now

NASA’s new chief isn’t satisfied with the Pentagon’s inconclusive UFO report.

Newly installed NASA administrator Bill Nelson has said their probe into unidentified aerial phenomena is just beginning: His team intends to set up their own research effort into footage of high-speed flying objects spotted by Navy aviators over the years, he told CNN Business.

Nelson added that he does not think there’s evidence to assume that extraterrestrials are involved, saying, “I think I would know” — but conceded it’s too early into their study to rule out the possibility.

“We don’t know if it’s extraterrestrial. We don’t know if it’s an enemy. We don’t know if it’s an optical phenomenon,” Nelson told CNN Business. “We don’t think [it’s an optical illusion] because of the characteristics that those Navy jet pilots described … So the bottom line is, we want to know.”

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‘There is stuff’: Enduring mysteries trail US report on UFOs

The blob, captured on distant, fuzzy video by Navy pilots, seems to skitter just above the ocean waves at improbable speed, with no discernible means of propulsion or lift. “Oh my gosh, man,” one aviator says to another as they laugh at the oddity. “What … is it?”

Is it a bird? A plane? Super drone? An extraterrestrial something?

The U.S. government has been taking a hard look at unidentified flying objects like this one. A report summarizing what the U.S. knows about “unidentified aerial phenomena”—better known as UFOs—is expected to be made public this month.

There won’t be an alien unmasking. Two officials briefed on the report say it found no extraterrestrial link to the sightings reported and captured on video. The report won’t rule out a link to another country, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss it.

While the broad conclusions have now been reported, the full report may still present a broader picture of what the government knows. The anticipation surrounding the report shows how a topic normally confined to science fiction and a small, often dismissed group of researchers has hit the mainstream.

Worried about national security threats from adversaries, lawmakers ordered an investigation and public accounting of phenomena that the government has been loath to talk about for generations.

“There is stuff flying in our airspace,” Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, one of the senators who pressed for the probe, recently told Fox News. “We don’t know what it is. We need to find out.”

Congress late last year instructed the director of national intelligence to provide “a detailed analysis of unidentified aerial phenomena data” from multiple agencies and report in 180 days. That time is about up. The intelligence office wouldn’t say this past week when the full document will be out.

The bill passed by Congress asks the intelligence director for “any incidents or patterns that indicate a potential adversary may have achieved breakthrough aerospace capabilities that could put United States strategic or conventional forces at risk.”

The chief concern is whether hostile countries are fielding aerial technology so advanced and weird that it befuddles and threatens the world’s largest military power. But when lawmakers talk about it, they tend to leave themselves a little wiggle room in case it’s something else—whether more prosaic than a military rival or, you know, more cosmic.

“Right now there are a lot of unanswered questions,” Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California told NBC this week. “If other nations have capabilities that we don’t know of, we want to find out. If there’s some explanation other than that, we want to learn that, too.”

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US military report for Congress says UFO sightings by Navy pilots could be aliens or new hypersonic technology from Russia or China – but are not a secret US government project

Government officials have leaked details about the highly anticipated classified report on UFO sightings expected to be released this month, noting that there is no evidence to support that they are alien spacecraft.

But the report does not rule aliens out either, senior administration officials who were briefed on the report told The New York Times

The report also theorizes the objects could also be new weapons developed by Russian or China – and definitively says the phenomena are not a part of a secret project from within the United States government.

The report looks at more than 120 incidents of unidentified objects seen by U.S. Navy pilots in the past 20 years.

The UFOs were observed moving in patterns that remain difficult to explain, including their acceleration, ability to change direction and ability to submerge underwater.  

Senior officials told the outlet that the objects could be evidence of Chinese or Russian hypersonic technology – which means the countries may have ‘far outpaced’ the US in weapons development.

Hypersonic weapons are aircraft and missiles that can reach atmospheric speeds faster than Mach 5, or or about 4,000 miles per hour – making them almost impossible to intercept.

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MSM Wastes No Time Using Senate UFO Report To Promote Arms Race

The New York Times has published an article on the contents of the hotly anticipated US government report on UFOs, as per usual based on statements of anonymous officials, and as per usual promoting narratives that are convenient for imperialists and war profiteers.

Together with one voice, the anonymous US officials and the “paper of record” which is supposed to scrutinize US officials assure us definitively that the mysterious aerial phenomena that have reportedly been witnessed by military personnel are certainly not any kind of secret US technology, but could totally be aliens and could definitely be a sign that the Russians or Chinese have severely lapped America’s lagging military development.

“The report determines that a vast majority of more than 120 incidents over the past two decades did not originate from any American military or other advanced U.S. government technology,” NYT was reportedly told by the officials. “That determination would appear to eliminate the possibility that Navy pilots who reported seeing unexplained aircraft might have encountered programs the government meant to keep secret.”

Oh well if the US government has ruled out secret US government weaponry programs, hot damn that’s good enough for me. Great journalism you guys.

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Upcoming UFO report to Congress creating lots of buzz

Later this month, U.S. intelligence agencies will present to Congress a highly-anticipated unclassified report about what they know about UFOs, or as the Pentagon now calls them, Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAPs).

However, the jury is still out on whether the report will contain the answers that UFO enthusiasts are looking for: that recent military encounters with UAPs may be proof of contacts with extraterrestrial life.

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US Navy Detects Crafts That Travel “Hundreds Of Knots” Undersea Ahead of Pentagon UFO Report

In recent months, we’ve been learning more about U.S. military sightings of unknown aerial phenomena (UAPs), including strange spherical unidentified flying objects sighted by the U.S. Navy that defy knowledge and could be seen plunging into the ocean.

And now, a journalist knowledgeable about these matters claims that the Navy has also detected bizarre underwater crafts capable of traveling “hundreds of knots” beneath the sea.

Could it be that these underwater objects and UFOs are somehow connected?

According to Washington Examiner journalist Tom Rogan, who was appearing on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program to speak about UFOs, the U.S. Navy has detected strange anomalies both in the air and underwater – including inexplicably fast crafts found via sonar that appear to be rapidly shooting through the ocean depths.

So far, it would be premature to conclude that these belong to extraterrestrials, but the technology far outpaces any that belongs to the major militaries of the world.

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