I've have always firmly believed that the truth is not out there, because there ain't no UFOs and there ain't no aliens, either.
I can't help but wonder what the heck is going on, however, when I have discovered over the years that nearly every single well-funded "UFO researcher" has turned out to be a former government plant in some other mythmaking machinery. For example, I've seen convincing evidence that Whitley Streiber has been a CIA resource for many years and his entire COMMUNION shtick was an inside gag from day one.
I honestly don't know much more about it than marveling at this odd consistency ... people pushing UFO bunkum nearly always turn out to be stooges working for Uncle Sam. If I had to hazard a guess, I'd suggest this is some kind of tawdry low-rent trailer park diversion the government runs to keep people's minds off the real world and concentrated on mostly gibberish, kind of like reality television for intellectuals. I'm not sure at what point exactly that UFO studies achieved such low credibility that the entire field was abandoned to paid informers and fakes on CIA payroll.
Lately, several different sources have been warning about ... wait for it ... a false flag attack in August designed to look like the start of an alien invasion of some kind. You heard that right. Kind of like the ultimate way to divert citizen attentions away from the most corrupt administration in U.S. History.
So last week I was laughing at this stuff and thinking that's just too dumb. I'm not even going to bother putting that up on Vault-Co.
Now comes this ... a pretty substantial public sighting of something that ain't quite right in the sky. Unmanned drones with flares, being coordinated by computers to look like a fleet of UFOs in the night sky? I dunno. Preparing the public for some real whoppers still scheduled in the coming month? I dunno. These people are smart. Everybody is expecting a phony attack blamed on Iran, these guys know that so they switch to plan B : aliens are here, run for the hills, get ready to be barcoded.
If this time end of August you suddenly find yourself like Mel Gibson preparing to fend off an "alien attack," I recommend you trying putting a bullet through the "invaders" because I expect these critters are fat, out-of-work troublemakers hired by the government to run around in really crappy looking rubber and latex suits. A couple more hired to make some funny lights in the sky and generally draw the public's eyes away from the real world so we all chatter about a bunch of crap that doesn't exist instead. Consider this a heads-up from Vault-Co.
(Yes, I know this may qualify as the stupidest post I've ever blogged. I'm sorry. It had to be done.)