Former Russian Military General Claim That Aliens Are Here

It’s hard to find someone in the area of ufology who disagrees with the alien theory as an explanation for the UFO phenomena. This is my own opinion based on extensive research on the subject over the last two decades.

Objects traveling at great speeds and doing maneuvers that no known aircraft can, with what appears to be technology that has the potential to transform our knowledge of physics, have now been publicly announced in numerous nations in an “official” way. To be clear, the fact is not new, but the discussion has recently entered the popular debate.

Recently, the United States government acknowledged the existence of these objects while saying that they do not know what they are. This assertion does not appear to be entirely accurate, since various whistleblowers from “inside” the US government have openly declared that the US government has indeed recovered some of these artifacts.

However, public UFO disclosure now appears to be a little different than it was decades ago. Presidents such as Harry Truman, for example, have openly acknowledged the validity of UFOs in the past. We’ve also seen government projects, such as Project Blue Book, put in place to research them. The ultimate outcome always appears to be the same: “we have no idea what they are.”

Given the past record of large governments and big media in keeping things unclear to the public, depending on these institutions for any type of meaningful truth may be the incorrect strategy, since they are frequently employed as weapons of deception, perception manipulation, and psychological warfare.

Colonel Robert Friend, who was a director of the US government’s investigation into the phenomenon at the time (Blue Book) from 1958 to 1962, suggests in his final interview before his death that the US Air Force knew what these objects were, which is why they shut down the program, hinting at the possibility that they were extraterrestrial.

Furthermore, persons who claimed to have had “contact” with these aliens were utterly ignored during “public UFO disclosure.” Wouldn’t it be a good idea, if we had prospective eyewitnesses, to ask them about their experiences and apply some inquisitive rigor to their stories?

Furthermore, a slew of people in the military, intelligence, and government organizations who have decided to speak up about what they ostensibly know have been entirely disregarded.

Why are all of these people and their perspectives routinely neglected and excluded from larger public discourse?

As of now, it appears that mainstream media and government are only interested in putting a light on someone who accepts the existence of these objects but maintains the “we don’t know what they are” narrative.

General Leonid G. Ivashov is an example of a worthy whistleblower. He claims that

Yes, aliens are undoubtedly here on Earth in one form or another and in some capacity…

But, so far, the extraterrestrials have not caused any harm with their presence – no harm to humans, infrastructure, or any other living species on Earth, so to argue that there is an alien threat, well, that probably does not match to reality. (At the one hour and fourteen-minute mark, Ivashov may be seen expressing this in a clip from Dr. Steven Greer’s latest film, “The Cosmic Hoax.”)

These words, once again, compliment those who are in a position to know. Colonel Lorin Ross Dedrickson worked for the United States Atomic Energy Commission for eight years. During that period, he became aware of several apparent alien contacts and has stated that one of their primary interests is the preservation of planet Earth.

One accusation or whistleblower would not be such a huge thing, but hundreds have come forward with little notice.

Dr. Richard F. Haines, a senior NASA scientist for more than two decades, states that in half of the cases he’s come across, the objects appear to approach within range of our aircraft, do amazing maneuvers, and exhibit what looks to be curiosity. He claims that the phenomena appear to execute evasive maneuvers to avoid our aircraft in order to prevent any possibility of a collision. Haines’ statements remind me of a 1947 comment from General Nathan Twining.

The observed phenomena are real, not imaginary or visionary…

The reported operating characteristics, such as extreme rates of climb, maneuverability (particularly in roll), and evasive actions when sighted or contacted by friendly aircraft and radar, lend credence to the possibility that some of the objects are controlled manually, automatically, or remotely.” (source)

If governments interpret this occurrence as a danger and communicate it to the public in that fashion, it looks that it may be deceptive and not an accurate depiction of what is being observed.

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