January 20, 2020

Powerline.com & the Navy say that UFOs exist

by Jack Kemp

In WWII, UFOs were called "foo fighters" by US Army Air Force flyers. The government denied their existence for decades, I believe until they were able to come up with more sophisticated defenses and laser weapons.

So here is a Townhall.com article quoting a US Navy pilot and others, saying that UFOs are real.

Here are some quotes from the article:

Last May, Fox News host Tucker Carlson interviewed former military intelligence official Luis Elizondo, a man whose background - working for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and heading up the since-defunded Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program - puts him in a unique position to speak on the topic. Currently the Director of Global Security and Special Programs at the Stars Academy of Arts and Science and the host of the History Channel series "Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation,” the knowledgeable, well-spoken, decidedly non-kooky Elizondo lends an aura of serious credibility to a topic not often taken seriously enough.

Navy pilot Chad Underwood, another decidedly non-kooky individual, had remained mostly quiet about his own November 2004 UFO encounter until last year, mainly because he wanted to dodge being "attached to the ‘little green men’ crazies that are out there.”

"At no point did I want to speculate as to what I thought this thing was — or be associated with, you know, 'alien beings' and 'alien aircraft' and all that stuff," Underwood told New York Magazine, explaining why it took him so long to speak out. "It is just what we call a UFO. I couldn't identify it. It was flying. And it was an object. It's as simple as that."

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Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at 11:01 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 If anyone knows that these things are aliens, then they are no longer "UFOs." Since we now know what they are, "unidentified" no longer applies, and they are now "IFOs."

Personally, I doubt they are aliens, I do think they exist, and I don't think we can explain them. I suspect there are many things in this universe and on this planet that we do not know, and quite a lot that we think we know and are wrong about.

Posted by: Bill H at January 20, 2020 06:20 PM (vMiSr)

2 Jack, I spend a lot of time on Powerline -- didn't find that they had an article about this. Can you cite, please?

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at January 20, 2020 10:38 PM (wb/Ig)

3 I don't think they are "aliens" either Bill; the sheer distance between stars makes it almost impossible and if they somehow DO have technology that allows interstellar travel why waste it on primitives like us? Europeans didn't go to Australia to study the Aborigines, but rather to colonize. Nobody cared about the natives.

That said, I do agree there probably is something there, but we just don't know what.

Makes me think of the Sixth Seal of Revelation, where the stars are said to fall from Heaven. Or the Anti-Christ in 2Thessalonians.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at January 21, 2020 07:25 AM (ubm9I)

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