What is causing the US government to change its position about this issue?
Authorities in the United States have diverted, covered up, or outright made jokes about the presence of UFOs for YEARS, if not more than 70 years, making individuals who believe in them look insane.
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Many folks are perplexed as to why they have suddenly changed their tune.
Some claim they’re just attempting to divert our attention away from the issue, but as someone who has watched it for a long time, I don’t believe that’s the case.
The Pentagon, in my opinion, was FORCED to start disclosing some of this information to the public, and to take it much more seriously than they had been.
I’m not sure what they’ll say in their report, which is due in a few weeks, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that this isn’t a foreign drone, and recent events have ruled out the possibility that it’s covert US weaponry.
So, what exactly is it? What exactly is going on?
If we trust the government’s official claim, we actually have no idea—a thought as terrifying as simply saying it’s extraterrestrial.
If we don’t believe what the government says about the situation, we’re left with only a few plausible possibilities……
The following are the most recent UFO reports:
The fact that Congress is being briefed and the intelligence community is publishing studies on UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon), as the Pentagon has termed them, is remarkable in and of itself. After years of infighting in Washington, including internal bureaucratic disputes inside the Pentagon and pressure from some members of Congress, the US government appears to be finally addressing seriously what has long been dismissed as a minor concern.
Even as the number of reports of unexplained objects grew into the hundreds, Pentagon leaders debated how much time and resources to dedicate to the investigation.
According to CNN’s interviews with a half-dozen individuals and papers examined by CNN, the US military and intelligence communities have struggled to move the subject away from science fiction and explore its real-world ramifications.
Former deputy defense secretary David Norquist, who established a task committee to explore UAPs in 2020, said, “Everyone who has paid enough attention to it recognizes they need to take it seriously.” “However, once you move beyond that circle, you run with people who are rightly wary of the tinfoil hat stigma.”
The probe isn’t about demonstrating whether or not aliens are visiting Earth and swarming Navy pilots, according to most serious personnel inside the Pentagon looking into the bizarre instances, former officials claimed. Rather, it’s about figuring out what’s causing these otherwise incomprehensible airspace contacts in the United States. Some officials are particularly concerned that these could be next-generation equipment deployed by China or Russia.
“We wouldn’t be having this conversation if [these things] had the Russian flag on the side,” Norquist remarked. “Every single one of these would be reported, and everyone would be aware of the situation.”
Instead, Elizondo says it is a credible line of government inquiry that these UFOs are "extraterrestrial, extra-dimensional," or the creation of an Earth-based intelligence entirely unknown to our human society. https://t.co/ngAKe53NyR
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Interest in UFOs ebbs and flows in American society, but millions of people are curious, and according to Gallup, one-third of Americans believe we have been visited by alien spacecraft.
However, authorities and the academy have responded with silence or laughing, leaving a vacuum that has been filled by conspiracy theorists, hoaxsters, and amateur investigators.
West, the skeptic, believes that optical camera effects can explain the recent recordings that sparked the new UFO craze, including three released by the New York Times and CBS’ “60 Minutes.” However, he would want to see the US government do a thorough investigation and explanation of UFOs.
The government has investigated UFOs in the past, but usually in secret or limited ways, and the present Pentagon task group is supposed to have a mandate and resources that are constrained.
West cited examples from other nations, like as Argentina, where an official government agency analyzes and publishes sightings, the vast majority of which are attributed to odd weather, human objects such as planes, or optical phenomena.
West remarked, “This is something we could do here.” “But for the time being, we’re stuck with individuals like me, who are just fans.”
Bassett, the executive director of Paradigm Research Group and the only registered lobbyist in Washington committed to UFO disclosure, said, “The ‘truth embargo’ is coming to an end now.” “I am overjoyed to see this movement finally reach its pinnacle.”
Bassett believes the government is concealing evidence of extraterrestrial life, and that everything that is currently taking place is elaborate political theater designed to make that information public in the least disruptive manner possible — a belief that is, of course, contradicted by evidence and most experts.
“We are about to witness the most significant event in human history,” he stated.