Ex Senior Intelligence Officer Of American Defense Claims UFOs Are Real

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Many believe that UFOs are real and former senior intelligence officer with the U.S. Department of Defense has claimed the same on record. Luis Elizondo said that he carried out highly sensitive espionage and terrorism investigations in different parts of the world and worked with the U.S. Army, the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the Director of National Intelligence.

Former Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge has recently unveiled critical members of his new organization To The Stars Academy, and Luis Elizondo was one of them.

Elizondo revealed that he ran a sensitive aerospace threat identification program for the last decade before he retired. The program was reportedly focusing on unidentified aerial technologies, another name for unidentified flying objects. While in the position, he learned that the phenomena were real.

He said that there are physics that people can’t understand, but they are real. He further noted that life on Earth might not necessarily be alone. Elizondo has been hit with his credentials in various forums, but he replied to them saying that they have physics and the scientific observations to prove that UFO phenomena are real.

 

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  1. Amy, nobody knows for sure, although there are undoubtedly some in government who know more than they’re letting on. Even way back in the 1950s, when Project Blue Book went around asking some of the world’s top scientists their opinions, there was a consensus among those scientists that UFOs could be of extraterrestrial origin. The U.S. Air Force has consistently refused to answer any questions about UFOs because they have proven incompetent in protecting our skies from these foreign craft (a major Air Force mandate). This is, obviously, very embarrassing for the Air Force and, in the 1950s, this incompetence cost the Air Force a $5 billion budget reduction just when it needed that money for development of new supersonic bombers and fighters for the Cold War. The Air Force, therefore, is determined to never lose another dollar due to UFOs—even if that means lying to the American people and Congress by denying that UFOs exist. The Air Force learned a great deal about UFOs in the 1950s, but since most of that knowledge was highly classified due to national security concerns, even FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests continue to be denied to this day. Remember, during the Cold War, it was suspected that UFOs could possibly be some sort of Soviet “super weapon.” After having to deal with many Nazi “wonder weapons” during WWII, the U.S. military kept all UFO information highly classified. Also, the possibility remained that UFOs were of extraterrestrial origin and that made them even more highly classified than the hydrogen bomb. In other words, don’t hold your breath waiting for the government to answer your questions about UFOs. As far as “what do they want? Why don’t they contact us up front?” Do I really have to spell it out for you? I’m sure you can figure that one out for yourself!

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