Thursday, September 20, 2012

UFO combat in the Pacific

Hold on to your hats, folks.  This is another crazy one.

The website Veterans Today is reporting that combat operations are underway between UFOs and a joint task force of U.S. and Chinese naval forces.  That’s right.  It’s Flounder time.

Oh boy is this great!

The article starts off on an ominous tone before the UFO connection even shows up.  Allegedly, several Chinese warships were spotted off the coast of California.  The author of the article then quotes a source from within “an Asian intelligence agency” that leaked details of a classified memo. Said memo outlines the purpose of the naval vessels in such proximity to U.S. territorial waters.  That reason is all-out combat with “extremely aggressive and unfriendly” aliens in the Pacific.  Yes, of course the source is anonymous.

Here are a few details supposedly contained within the memo.  The UFOs are operating out of undersea bases in the Pacific Ocean.  Not too implausible as USO (Unidentified Submerged Objects) sighting reports are nearly as numerous as traditional UFOs.  The new detail, at least to me anyway, is that these alien occupants of the UFOs/USOs are belligerent and intent upon war with humanity.

But don’t be in a rush to raise the white flag and “welcome our new alien overlords” just yet.  Apparently, as the memo points out, we’re ready for them.  Citing the memo, the article asserts that it has become far easier for the military to track UFOs these days due to advancements in nanotechnology.  This technology can allegedly detect dimensional rifts and distortions in time.  Not only that, but the U.S. Air Force has deployed sub-orbital weapons systems armed with energy beams.  Lucky us.

I will give the article’s author a modicum of credit.  Even he seemed to doubt this story towards the end and is awaiting other credible sources of verification. When those additional and...hopefully...vetted sources come through, we should know more.  Personally, I'm not holding my breath.  Especially when I see the multiple references to "Zionist threats" on the web page.

The story does grab my attention for more than just UFO and science fictional reasons.  I've been reading The Day After Roswell by Col. Philip J. Corso and the subject of war against UFO occupants takes up a sizable portion of the text.  While I have many things to say about the book and it will be forthcoming in a review, Corso does make it sound like we'd actually have a chance against these beings militarily.

Somehow, I don't buy it.  If true, such a conflict a'brewin' would make for even wackier times on the current hustings. 

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