We at Revolver generated some controversy by pointing out the absurdity of recent high-profile and highly publicized “whistleblower” events in which government officials made explosive, unsubstantiated claims related to the existence of UFOs. It’s hard not to be baffled by the fact that in our Orwellian age where the regime will silence, financially loot, and even prosecute those who dare to offer what the regime deems “conspiracy theories,” the media regime-controlled media virtually beg the public to entertain “conspiracy theories” that delay UFOs. The question is, why?
Revolver’s own Darren Beattie noted that the CIA has a history of using UFO stories to manipulate and distract the public.
Well, look at this, when the CIA wanted to distract themselves from their machinations in Guatemala they came up with the idea of planting “flying saucer” stories in the media.
— Darren J. Beattie 🌐 (@DarrenJBeattie) July 27, 2023
In 1997, the government admitted to lying to the American people about UFOs during the Cold War.
Instead of acknowledging the existence of the top-secret flights or saying nothing publicly about them, the Air Force decided to publish fake front-page stories, the CIA study says. For example, unusual sightings that were actually spy flights were attributed to atmospheric phenomena such as ice crystals and temperature inversions.
“More than half of all UFO reports from the late 1950s through the 1960s were accounted for by manned reconnaissance flights” over the United States, the CIA study says. “This led the Air Force to make misleading and deceptive statements to the public to allay public fears and protect an extraordinarily sensitive national security project.”
The study, “The CIA’s Role in the Study of UFOs.” 1947-90,” was written by Gerald K. Haines and appears in Studies of Intelligence, a secret journal of the Central Intelligence Agency. Five years ago, the agency began publishing unclassified versions of the magazine annually. [Revolver]
As we mentioned in our previous piece, there is a fascinating documentary called “Mirage Men” that chronicles the US government’s strategic use of UFO stories to distract the public from focusing on things perceived to be threatening national security.
A particularly intriguing documentary film called “Mirage Men” detailed a disinformation program involving Air Force Intelligence and other military and intelligence officials, whereby government officials would be fed false information about UFOs to distract attention and obfuscate the nature of top secret US aviation programs. The documentary is fascinating enough to warrant its own article, but one anecdote is particularly noteworthy, in which the NSA sent signals to the devices of UFO researchers and sent them messages pretending to be aliens. This individual was eventually driven to insanity and eventually to suicide. [Revolver]
Former State Department official Mike Benz has since released extensive clips from the documentary, along with insightful and provocative commentary that reinforces the idea that current and historical UFO stories are the product of a counterintelligence strategy. intelligence sanctioned by the government.
A truly fascinating story. Of course, this is not to say that there is nothing to any of the reported UFO stories over the years. This means that we should meet such extraordinary claims with commensurate demands for extraordinary evidence, and we should be especially wary when a sociopathic and censorious regime, bent on punishing so-called “conspiracy theories,” has come up with a “theory of conspiracy” apparently certain. ” regarding UFOs that are desperate to get in our faces.