Saturday, November 27, 2021

It Could Be Anything But It’s Probably Nothing

With everything else on the planet to worry about I don’t know if this is worth keeping you up at night or not. But I pass it on so you can decide for yourself: Inexplicable Phenomena Spur Pentagon to Launch New UFO Investigation Force.

ufos-over-north-carolina-outer-banks3It could be anything…

The order came five months after a classified US intelligence report on possible alien UFOs came up inconclusive: it could explain some reported incidents but was unable to account for other phenomena, some filmed by pilots near military testing areas.

Honestly, they are far more likely to be from, oh I don’t know, China perhaps, than outer space. Still…

The US military is worried some of the unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) spotted by military pilots in the past may represent technologies of strategic rivals unknown to US scientists.

"Incursions by any airborne object into our SUA pose safety of flight and operations security concerns, and may pose national security challenges," the Pentagon said in a statement.

Well no *hit Sherlock. But don’t worry, the DoD is on it.

The Defense Department "takes reports of incursions – by any airborne object, identified or unidentified – very seriously, and investigates each one," it added…

Well that certainly makes me feel better - them taking these “incursions” seriously that is. I would hate to think they were ignoring it because they were too busy ensuring that our 21st century military is a dues-paying member of WOKE INC™.

Last year, the Pentagon released a still inexplicable video taken by navy pilots of objects moving at incredible speeds, spinning and mysteriously disappearing.

While speculation over alien life has long been a cottage industry for conspiracy theorists, the sheer number of what the Pentagon terms unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) has made it a serious issue, amid worries that US adversaries like China and Russia may be using unknown, highly advanced military and surveillance technologies.

Hmmm, I wonder if they could possibly be something like - this?

49281621-10100533-Pictured_China_launches_the_Shenzhou_13_spacecraft_on_October_16-a-90_1634506009250China launches Shenzhou hypersonic missile, October, 2021

China's July test of a globe-circling hypersonic vehicle that was able to launch a separate missile while traveling at more than five times the speed of sound alerted Washington that Beijing might have technologies the United States has yet to develop.

Perhaps if the Pentagon stopped spending so much time spreading the gospel of CRT, getting rid of traditional gender roles, making sure everyone’s preferred pronouns were being used and otherwise trying to defeat the patriarchy that has managed to keep America safe for nearly 250 years they could focus on identifying and defeating our enemies incoming UFOs. Minimally I expect they would be able to at least identify our enemies as such instead of collaborating with them as if they were old friends and  business partners.

Of course it might have nothing to do with China. I could just be felines from the Cat’s Paw Nebula

cat's paw nebula

messing with our stuff again (and you thought I forgot it was Caturday).

beautiful-cat-outer-space-elements-260nw-309881792But it’s probably nothing


Previously: Tell Me Again: What Part of MAGA Did You Object Too?