Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Nukes shut down by UFO hits mainstream media

It only took mainstream media 8 months to report a UFO was on the scene when 50 ICBMs with nuclear warheads went inexplicably offline for hours.  Bear in mind, this is an event ufologists were aware of almost immediately.  We knew about it in October.  We know it's not the first time.  But for whatever reason, MSM is finally acknowledging the event and disseminating the news to the public at large. 

One has to wonder what makes it newsworthy now since the event occurred October 23, 2010.  I guess we should just be thankful that Reuters finally decided to cover the story.  Consider the implications when a mainstream newswire service delivers a story with the following tidbits:

Significantly, these same individuals report sightings by "numerous teams" of an enormous, cigar-shaped craft that maneuvered high above the missile field on the day of the disruption.
The confidential Air Force sources also report that their squadron commander has warned witnesses not to talk to journalists or researchers about "the things they may or may not have seen" in the sky and has threatened severe penalties for anyone violating security.
The witnesses said that they felt compelled to speak out about the reality of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites and urged the U.S. government to finally reveal the facts to the American people.
"Countless official denials about the reality of the situation have been issued over the years but, sooner or later, this amazing story will break wide open. What we need now is a courageous government whistleblower to come forward with the facts, and some daring journalists willing to treat the story seriously and write about it."

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