THE The latest hot news in the US and Western media is the possibility that aliens or extraterrestrial beings (ETs) are investigating the invasion of the US. That possibility has been the subject of intense public speculation after US warplanes shot down three unidentified “objects” in the past few weeks.
According to the commander of the northern region Norad (North American Aerospace Defense Command), responsible for Canada’s aerospace alert, air sovereignty and defense, and continental US General Van Herk, the Pentagon has yet to confirm what these objects are.
“I’m going to let the intelligence community and the counterintelligence community figure this out. I haven’t ruled anything out,” he told reporters when asked about the possibility that the objects were extraterrestrial.
Fighter pilots who shot down one of the objects over Alaska revealed it was interfering with their sensors and had no identifiable propulsion system, hence concern that the objects were from another world and of superior unknown technology.
China Balloon Aftermath
This development follows earlier news that China had “successfully” entered the soft US underworld with a balloon the size of three buses that floated over the US for several days without the military noticing. The Chinese weather balloon was eventually brought down by the latest US fighter jet, the F22, costing US taxpayers US$200 million (RM887 million) per plane. This put the China Balloon in US military history by being the first F22 to be shot down.
After the China balloon crash, US Assistant Secretary of State Wendy Sherman hosted a briefing in Washington with 150 foreign diplomats from 40 nations to praise and justify US actions in dealing with the intruder. It is not known whether Malaysia is on the list of nations deemed “vulnerable” to China’s espionage by the US.
“We want to make sure we share as much as we can with countries around the world that may also be vulnerable to these types of operations,” the senior US official said.
After Washington claimed the China balloon was not a weather surveillance balloon but a spy balloon, Washington now claims the flight over the US is part of a long-standing Chinese surveillance system spying on five continents and countries like India. Vietnam, Japan, the Philippines and Australia.
Along with this escalating allegation, a forensic analysis of the balloon’s wreckage is being conducted by intelligence experts to definitively “verify” the balloon’s espionage credentials and China’s espionage capabilities. At the same time, reverse engineering of the crashed balloon’s guts, including its sensors, electronics and payload structure, is under consideration.
Members of the QUAD (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue) and Five Eyes – i.e. Australia, India, Japan, New Zealand, Canada, UK – can expect to be beneficiaries of reverse engineering and should be able to retaliate against China by they fly their balloons over Beijing. This will reinforce the US offensive ring in the South China Sea and Pacific with several hundred US military bases already circling China with missiles, warships, bomber planes and nuclear weapons. Arcing from Australia across the Pacific to Japan, Korea and across Eurasia to Afghanistan and India, they are seen by US leaders as “the perfect noose” around China.
Inform the world
After the three possible extraterrestrial objects were successfully shot down, the same generosity in information sharing regarding the three invading objects should take place and be extended to more than 40 messages. This is due to the possibility that aliens or ETs are aiming to bring down the USA, the world’s most powerful military power, before attempting to invade the rest of the world’s countries.
Global internet access may allow the US to inform Malaysia and the 193 member states of the United Nations. The rest of the world’s population should also be warned, Hollywood-style, of a possible war of the worlds that could result from an alien invasion. All available information that the US – the “first defenders of modern civilization and freedom” – has about ETs, extraterrestrials and their flying objects should be shared.
In fact, this briefing should have taken place sooner, since in 2022 the Pentagon released a report identifying over 500 sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena over the US, some of which have been listed as national security threats and potential enemies.
The Pentagon report appears to be an underestimate, given that individual Americans have reported more than 26,000 UFOs (unidentified flying objects) in five years, and US Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman Senator Marco Rubio has long called for “de-stigmatizing” UFOs -Pressed reporting. According to Rubio, UFOs have been operating over the United States for many years.
Cancer of fear mongering
The US public, who are not cranks or members of cults who believe in the existence of extraterrestrials or ETs, should be given another possible explanation for what is happening with this particular news item. This is that President Joe Biden and his military generals, along with the support of the US media, are attempting to scare and panic Americans and the western world, using their insecurities to retain power and US hegemony to strengthen.
There has not been an occasion when US leaders have attempted to reassure the American public about what is touted as an existential threat to the American way of life from “aliens” from inner or outer space. Be it Cuba, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, North Korea, Iran, Venezuela, Nicaragua, China, Russia, UFOs or ETs, Washington’s scaremongering is the prelude to increasing war budgets and invading countries or destroying their resistance the dissident nations become vassal states.
According to the latest World Meteorological Report, which is wholly or mostly absent from Western media, “roughly 1,000 weather balloons are launched daily from 900 locations worldwide to provide crucial real-time data.”
“Free-rising latex balloons” are a key component of a vast global climate observing system, whose “valuable input” supports the formulation of computer models for forecasting weather and studying climate processes.
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