According to a September 17, 2019 article on vice.com:
In official statements, the US Navy has for the first time officially stated that the three UFO videos made public by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge’s UFO research organization are footage of real “unknown” objects violating American airspace.
Some things to consider:
- The US Navy is not acknowledging what the UFOs are, who pilots them or where they come from. However, this is a big deal considering that since 1947, the US government has been covertly managing the UFO/ET matter.
- Over the past 20 years, the secrecy surrounding UFOs has been softening with a deliberate acclimation program. The recent Navy acknowledgement fits nicely with this program.
- Given the gravity of societal upheaval if mishandled, we are dealing with a very slow release of information. Don’t expect the floodgates to open on every UFO/ET secret. But do expect more to come!
- Why has the mainstream media largely ignored this amazing development? Because for over 70 years, the media has been conditioned to report UFOs as nonsense, misidentified natural phenomenon, secret test aircraft, etc.
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As far as my interest in the UFO/ET subject, I’ve been thinking about and studying this phenomenon for almost 50 years. I may or may not have a direct connection to the UFO occupants: all that I have experienced have prosaic explanations.
But honestly, it feels like a whole lot more has been going on.
And am I scared of the UFO occupants? Nope, not at all. However, I am very afraid of our own out-of-control species. We currently sit on the razor’s edge between survival and self-annihilation.
“Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.”
–Admiral Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, Director of Central Intelligence (1947-1950)