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Pentagon Officials Cannot Confirm Nor Deny Extraterrestrial Origin Of UFOs


There is a 50% chance it will rain on Tuesday…Has there ever been a more useless statement than this?

This ridiculous utterance is essentially what the Pentagon told the nation, and the world, over the course of their 1st public hearing on the UFO phenomenon in 50 years.

Pentagon officials went on record saying that there is ‘no evidence’ to suggest that UFOs and UAPs are extraterrestrial in origin, but they also went on to say that all theories are on the table…

In short, they have no idea, or at least that’s what they’re telling us…

I know a lot of people are heavily divided on this topic, with doubters claiming that the U.S. is just trying to conceal black projects through hiding behind the ‘aliens’ narrative.

While counter-intelligence and psy-ops are certainly a main feature of U.S. intelligence, I want to put something into perspective…

Throughout the 1960’s-1980’s the United States intel community used the narrative of aliens and UFOs as a counter-intelligence effort to cover up black projects from prying public eyes…

Do you know what they were attempting to cover up?

Development and deployment of the SR-71 Blackbird, and the B2 Spirit Stealth Bomber.

While these aircraft are impressive in their own right, and certainly represented technological innovations at the times they were put into service, they were, and are, at the end of the day, conventional aircraft.

These aircraft all have wings, visible means of propulsion, jet-engines, and the stealth capabilities which have become a hallmark of military technology in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.

They’re shaped like, and they behave, like traditional aircraft, but with some bells and whistles attached.

They don’t have any capabilities that I would consider to be sci-fi or a generational leap in technology, and they certainly don’t have brightly colored flashing lights on them that announce to the whole world ‘I’m here, look at me”….

Human design principles in military applications are currently focused on stealth capability, not exotic designs that immediately catch the human eye. The SR-71 Blackbird and B2 Spirit are the poster children for these design principles.

Yet this is what they used the narrative of UFOs from outer space to cover-up. They thought it preferable for people to believe that what they were seeing was extraterrestrial in origin to cover-up conventional aircraft.

If this is what they were trying to cover up at the time, and we know that reports of UFOs displaying incredible qualities like instantaneous acceleration, three dimensional flight, and electro-gravitic propulsion date back over 70 years, how can we believe that these things are simply unacknowledged black projects of the military industrial complex?

The things Navy pilots have captured on camera and reported seeing are fantastical, they are just as fantastical in 2022 as they were in the 1940s, and we have reports of these things dating all the way back then and further…

Does the Pentagon truly expect us to believe that these things have been U.S. black projects for over 70 years while we are still using conventional jet technology?

Are we truly expected to believe that this tech has been viable for 70 years, but we have never implemented the tech in our military or public sphere?

Are we truly expected to believe that, once again, people are seeing tricks of the light, or my personal favorite: ‘swamp gas’?

Are we expected to believe that a defense contractor would risk an asset, potentially worth trillions, by sending it into a live U.S. Air Force training exercise? Seriously? Lockheed Sunkworks and Northrop are that reckless?

For decades they told people that these objects didn’t exist at all, then they claimed that they have stopped investigating these objects with the close of Project Bluebook—both have now proven to be complete lies, how can they be trusted now?

Here’s what Pentagon officials said about the topic before breaking, and then heading into a classified hearing with members of Congress:

Zero Hedge writes:

From stories of nuclear ICBMs rendered inoperable during a UFO sighting to footage of flying objects violating the laws of physics, Pentagon officials told lawmakers that sighting incidents are “frequent” and “increasing,” yet they cannot offer “firm conclusions” on their nature or intent.

The hearing came less than a year after the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a report on the subject—commonly known as the Pentagon UAP report—in which the Pentagon identified 144 UAP sightings from 2004 to 2021, but was only able to explain one.


According to Newsmax, Rep. Tim Burchett says that the recent Congressional hearing was a cover-up:

Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., told Newsmax on Wednesday that the House’s hearing on UFO activity earlier this week “was a cover-up” and “a total joke.”


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