CIA Report: KGB shot down "low flying spaceship in the shape of a saucer"
This is not a drill. Read this declassified CIA report and see for yourself - because this should be all over the news.
A recently declassified CIA report titled "Paper Reports Alleged Evidence on Mishap Involving UFO" is shocking, so why doesn't the MSM (mainstream media) care?
The astonishing document recaps a Russian report, from 1995, that explicitly describes a real life incident involving an extraterrestrial spaceship and the KGB.
"According to the KGB materials, a quite low flying spaceship in the shape of a saucer appeared above a military unit that was conducting routinue training maneuvers. For unknown reasons, somebody unexpectedly launched a surface-to-air missile and hit the UFO. It fell to earth not far away and five short humanoids with large heads and large black eyes emerged from it."
For unknown reasons, somebody unexpectedly launched a surface-to-air missile and hit the UFO. It fell to earth not far away and five short humanoids with large heads and large black eyes emerged from it.
Wait a minute.
So the CIA wrote a top secret report, that summarized a Russian report, that the KGB shot down an extraterrestrial UFO - and not a single news story has been written about this.
Is this not shocking enough for the MSM to cover!? This is a real CIA report, that's on the CIA.gov website... Well fine, let's see if this next part gets the media's attention then.
The document goes on to say that "It is stated in the testimonies by the two soldiers who remained alive that, after freeing themselves from the debris, the aliens came close together and then 'merged into a single object that acquired a spherical shape.' That object began to buzz and hiss sharply, and then became brilliant white. In a few seconds, the spheres grew much bigger and exploded by flaring up with an extremely bright light. At that very instant, 23 soldiers who had watched the phenomenon turned into... stone poles. Only two soldiers who stood in the shade and were less exposed to the luminous explosion survived."
If you're a UFO Denier, that last paragraph probably triggered your brains self-defense systems (cognitive dissonance) and you're probably already manufacturing explanations that fit within the confines of your imagined reality. Your inventing narriatives in your mind that will support the reality you've told yourself to be true all your life about extraterrestrials and UFOs - that they don't exist, therefore any real evidence will immediately be ridiculed and labeled fake (even if it comes from the CIA).
But, we'll play along, because the KGB could have simply manufactured this outlandish tale to cover up their military activities. So let's assume everything in this document, thus far, is merely a KGB cover story.
If that's true, then please explain why the last paragraph of this official CIA Report states that "A CIA representative stated: If the KGB file corresponds to reality, this is an extremely menacing case. The aliens possess such weapons and technology, that go beyond all our assumptions. They can stand up for themselves if attacked."
Ah, so even the CIA was suspicious of the KGB manufacturing cover stories... But that does not explain the last accidental admission made by the CIA representative, that "The aliens possess such weapons and technology, that go beyond all our assumptions."
The key phrases are (1) "THE aliens" and (2) "that go beyond all our assumptions".
They didn't say "If aliens exist, they posses weapons and technology that go beyond all our assumptions." But rather, the CIA said "THE aliens" - meaning the same aliens the CIA already knew about. The same aliens the CIA already had some knowledge of and information about. The same aliens that the CIA had some assumptions about.
So regardless of if the KGB report is true or not, the CIA has been operating under the assumption that "THE aliens" unquestionably exist.
And this needs to be a national headline.
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