This right here has to take the cake for “we told you so.”
We are constantly told that a great many things we believe to be true are nothing more than ‘baseless conspiracy theories,’ and the U.F.O cover up has been one of the longest running theories which has always been ridiculed.
That is until the blistering reports which came out 3-4 years ago in the mainstream media……
According to the newest reports on U.F.Os, The U.S. Government has been tracking these things for 70 years.
Thats right. You read that correctly, all those people who have claimed throughout the decades that The U.S. has been covering up the existence and investigation of these things was right on the money.
Now, I am not saying that it is definitely other worldly, but let this sink in: our military has been investigating these objects since 1950.
We have no idea where they come from, or so we are told, and this tech exhibits abilities that are reportedly hundreds if not thousands of years ahead of what we currently have in 2021.
Even by the standards of today the behavior these things exhibit defies explanation, so the idea that these are foreign drones, and have been around since 1950 is even worse than the classic ‘weather balloon’ explanation.
There are only so many ways government can cover up the truth and make excuses, and the more information we get the less likely those excuses seem to hold any water.
Take a look:
Elizondo on Tucker talking about the UFO conspiracy. Conspiracy that that elements of our government have been tracking UFOs for 70 years & keeping it from the public.
— UFO Philosopher (@ufophilosopher) June 5, 2021
Medium featured this very interesting report on The Twining Report:
United States Air Force General Nathan Farragut Twining was a very big deal. During World War Two, he was considered an outstanding commander of bombing operations in both the European and Pacific theaters. After the war, then Lieutenant General Twining was named Commanding General of the military’s Air Materiel Command, working with the Air Technical Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. It was in this esteemed capacity that he was asked to write a secret memo about UFOs in 1947 for Brigadier General George Schulgen, Chief of the Air Intelligence Requirements Division at the Pentagon.
Twining put his name to a high level “coordinated” memo from extremely in-the-know officers and scientists on September 23rd, 1947 in which he stated his considered opinion (and theirs) that UFOs were real and had capabilities he did not believe the U.S. had yet achieved. For context, this memo came just three months after the Kenneth Arnold sightings, two months after the Roswell crash, and just five days after the U.S. Air Force was created as its own entity.
Importantly, such a statement did not hurt Twining’s career given that he was subsequently made Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force from 1953 until 1957, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1957 to 1960, being the first member of the Air Force to serve as Chairman, let alone become a key advisor to the President of the United States Dwight Eisenhower.
The takeaway is that Twining was hardly ridden out of military service for advancing crazy ideas. That, of course, is what makes the memo he wrote so damned interesting.
His September letter/memo was originally classified, but later released through FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests. It is a barn-burner, not just for its time, but for our time. It starts out with the single sentence, under Section 2, “It is the opinion that” —“The phenomenon is something real and not visionary or fictitious.” In further clear language, it goes on with specificity to state what these devices could do —
“The reported operating characteristics such as extreme rates of climb, maneuverability (particularly in roll), and action which must be considered evasive when sighted … lend belief to the possibility that some of the objects are controlled either manually, automatically, or remotely.”
Yes, that does sound like a few of Lue Elizondo’s so-called “Five Observables.” Only it was being put in writing some 70 years before we ever heard of Elizondo when the New York Times broke the story about his Pentagon gig at AATIP and the Nimitz case.
Militaries around the world for 70 years as well. Even in former Yugoslavia we had a case where air force was chasing a UFO that was clocked going up to 10 Mach, erraticly changing direction… Documents relating to that should be released in 2027. It's called Pan Adria incident
— FrankyPi (@_FrankyPi) June 2, 2021
Ex-Senate majority leader Harry Reid on UFOs: ‘We’re at the infancy of it’
Meh, hope we're further along than that after 70+ years of covert study and the huge sums of taxpayer money spent hushing it all up. #UAP #UFO #UFOTwitter https://t.co/GbgQ7VOdhW
— Barry A. Coates (@BarryACoates) June 2, 2021
Vice pointed out that these U.F.Os are encountered by foreign powers as well:
Through access to information requests, public records, and exclusive interviews, VICE World News has discovered close to 70 years of cases involving the Canadian Armed Forces—such as a “large tubular object” tracked by radar in 2002, a “white spot, turning blue and red” seen “travelling in zigzag formation” above Ontario’s CFB Borden base in 1978, and “an orange pulsating symmetrical light” witnessed silently speeding over Ottawa by a pair of Air Force officers in March 1950.
“What’s most striking is that this is not a new phenomenon,” Timothy Sayle, the director of the University of Toronto’s International Relations program, told VICE World News. “The fact that reports were filed in the early 1950s suggests these are not recent, commercially available drones.”