U.S. Navy Admits Unable To Defend Country, Updating UFO Reporting
It has now become apparent to me that the U.S. Navy can not properly defend the United States. This became apparent after multiple leaked videos from the United States Defense Intelligence Agency showed unknown objects infiltrating American airspace. Possibly Russian or Chinese. The U.S. Navy was completely unable to identify, track, or even follow the objects. How scary is that! The U.S. Navy is completely outgunned!
Multiple pilots involved in the incidents laughed it off as a joke during the encounters. One pilot says he went back to training. WOW! None of them reported the incidents to NORAD or seemed to think about defending our country from foreign enemies. One of the pilots didn’t reveal his story to the public (scary) until beginning volunteer work or paid work for a UFO book corporation profiting from the encounters through television programming and book releases. He encountered an enemy craft in 2004 off the coast of California.
Raytheon, a corporation who makes the FLIR system responsible for filming the videos, also made a joke about the enemy infiltration of our airspace through their official Twitter account.
Let’s say that again. U.S. airspace was infiltrated by an unknown craft and nobody did anything. Maybe it’s time for our country to begin looking at ways to either reform or completely replace the U.S. Navy, starting at the top. But maybe that’s why the U.S. Navy is reforming UFO reporting guidelines. Are they also reforming the leaking guidelines?
I have previously called for Raytheon to be replaced by another company who takes National Defense serious.
Popular UFO Celebrities, and a U.S. Navy pilot involved (working with the book corporation), say it’s an alien craft although nobody has released a photograph of the alien pilot or their proof of it being from outer space. The book corporation is now working wish the History Channel, are on the UFO Conference Circuit, are promoted by MUFON, and will soon be selling books about the incident.
The videos were stolen from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). The DIA denies releasing the videos. The DIA says the videos were pilot training videos.
The videos were leaked by the same book corporation we’ve been talking about. The corporation also hired a former DOD employee who says they investigated UFOs for the Pentagon. Who stole/leaked the videos? Captain Obvious from TV commercials comes to mind.
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For many years it was considered a career ender to report these unexplained encounters so many military personnel downplayed them; national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin reports from the Pentagon.