UFOs, Tesla, DeLonge, ETS, Covert Ops
This is a “what if” story. But it’s also based on decades of experience analyzing propaganda and cover stories.
It’s based on the knowledge that military and intelligence operatives are trained to lie, and they like to lie, and they get up in the morning, licking their chops, because they know they’re going to lie during another day in paradise.
Is Tesla and his breakthrough science the hidden element in UFO research? Is he being buried under a welter of cover stories? In any event, cover stories ARE being floated in great numbers.
Nikola Tesla and other outlier scientists were researching anti-gravity in the 20th century. Upon his death, Tesla’s research papers were stolen by the government and never released.
What has the US government been doing at secret research facilities since World War 2— such as the famed Lockheed Skunkworks in Palmdale, California—and whose technology have they been using?
Have they been advancing Tesla’s (and other outlier scientists’) work? They would certainly try.
Would this US research be pointed toward building military craft capable of extraordinary speeds and maneuverability? Certainly.
Could this technology, at the root, have other applications—such as new modes of energy production that would eliminate the need for an oil economy? Possibly.
That would be a key reason for secrecy. Absolute secrecy.
If secrecy was the goal, extensive cover stories would have been developed and pushed—to this day.
And what better way to disseminate those stories than through government insiders, who feed information to UFO spokespeople?
“The UFOs are ET alien.”
I’m not saying this notion must be entirely false—I’m saying it can be USED to bury the root truth.
If secret technological advances—from science and scientists here on Earth—in the areas of energy, transportation, and space travel—would a cause a revolution in society—because a vast abundance of energy would be available for all—how would this fact be managed by oligarchs who rule through scarcity, war, and destruction?
One: float the story that advanced tech comes from ETs.
Two: wrap the ET story up in speculative fairy-tale mythologies, thus creating an occasion for scorn and mockery.
Three: via guilt by association, reject the entire idea that advanced secret technology exists, because it is married to comic book tales of ETs.
Note: the above step-operation works, whether or not ETs exist and have visited Earth.
I’m not asserting these statements are true. I’m merely illustrating one of hundreds of articles and papers that have appeared on the subject of advanced technologies outside the realm of conventional science.
Since the beginning of the 20th century, and even earlier, researchers have been studying and writing about such technologies. It would be a mistake to think that military tech centers have blithely ignored this body of literature.
As they deride it, they examine it, and they use what they can.
In secret, because they want to protect what they learn from their military enemies. And also because technology which could crack too many barriers and overturn the control of society must be kept in darkness.
Suppose there are two entire bodies of scientific research: the one we know about, which is displayed in published studies, media articles, and press releases from governments and corporations; and a second body, which is separate and secret and more advanced, conducted in government and corporate facilities shielded from view. This would create a significant problem. How is the second body protected and denied?
That problem falls into the lap of disinformation specialists. A long-range program must be developed. It must contain many vectors.
Unidentified Flying Objects exist. Whatever their origin(s), they appear in the skies. They execute maneuvers at speeds that are “impossible.” Their actions prove that advanced technology exists.
So, One, the UFOs need to be explained. And Two, they provide an occasion for disinformation.
Who will present that official disinfo? Why, officials, of course.
Where will they come from? The intelligence establishment. The military establishment. Because those departments and people “have been investigating the aerial phenomena.”
Over the years, these high-level officials will, while remaining in the shadows, pass along “secrets” to independent UFO researchers. The names of these military/intelligence officials will occasionally surface. Rumors about them will abound.
Every tidbit they offer to UFO researchers will be accepted and adored like a superior Christmas giftunder the tree.
In no case will the leakers say, “We’ve developed astounding technology based on the work of Earth scientists, and we’re keeping this tech secret.”
Of all the leaks, that won’t be one of them.
Instead, the implication will be: we here on Earth couldn’t have developed such engineering capability. Out of the question.
Finally, in 2017, a whole group of elite ex-intelligence and military officials will step forward, together, as a “team” connected to a fledging Academy in the private sector. Its spokesman will be Tom DeLonge, a rock musician.
These ex-officials will confirm that remarkable UFOs exist, and the technology they exhibit surpasses anything known about on Earth.
Again, the engineering “could not have been developed by and from Earth scientists (working in secret).”
What does exist is “a highly exotic program to analyze off-planet UFOs.”
Over time, this latter assertion will be met with scorn. And mainstream journalists will wonder aloud about the Academy, the rock musician, and the bizarre gathering of ex-government officials around the musician.
Mainstream reporters will (as Daniel Liszt, the independent Dark Journalist has already pointed out) realize how strange it is, for example, that “recovered materials from UFOs” are being kept in a Las Vegas warehouse, under the control of billionaire, Robert Bigelow, instead of at the nearby Area 51 labs.
Other anomalies will surface. The whole UFO Disclosure episode will take on a woo-woo quality.
It’s called “blown cover as cover.” You admit secrets, thus appearing to blow your cover, but at the same time you’re hiding the deeper truth.
Consider this recent statement Tom DeLonge made about his new Academy:
How likely is it that these “elite team members” have gathered around DeLonge with confidence that he is the right person to disclose the truth about UFOs?
They certainly knew his views before they joined up. Why did they pick him?
What are the “Vegas odds” on this venture succeeding with the press and public?
Isn’t it likely the operation was put together in order to fail?
In order to bring a new level of scorn down on the heads of UFO disclosers in general?
I’ll give you an analogy. Suppose you were an important mainstream vaccine researcher, and after long and hard reflection, you decided you were going to step forward and blow the whistle on the enormous dangers of vaccination. You notice there is a civilian out there who is making quite a stir about the issue. He, too, is against vaccination—BECAUSE, HE SAYS, HUMAN DISEASE IS REALLY BEING CAUSED BY VIRUSES FROM OUTER SPACE, AND NO VACCINES CAN PROTECT THE HUMAN FAMILY AGAINST THAT THREAT.
Would you sign on with him? Would you allow him to front for the vaccine issue and represent you?
On the other hand, if you were that vaccine researcher, and you were SENT out, on purpose, to present anti-vaccine views, with the express purpose of making those views appear ridiculous, and you could eventually walk away and obtain a plum job in the private sector or win a series of grants, and everyone would forget about your brief misadventure in the “anti-vaccine movement,” you would certainly seek out this person who talks endlessly about viruses from outer space, and you would make a temporary deal. You would, for a short time, be “the leaker.” As a working disinformation pro, you would take one for the team. The real team: the medical cartel.
They exhibit very advanced tech.
They’re designed to work.
But the elite propaganda about them is designed to fail.
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