Millions of Taxpayer dollars used to debunk & discredit UFO witnesses
In 2017 we learned that the Pentagon spent at least $20 million researching UFOs - but we just found out that there's a much darker side to the UFO spending
In late 2017 we found out the the Pentagon spent over $20 million, in only the past 3 years, researching UFOs.
This was a much needed morale boost for the nearly 100 million 'alien believers' in America, because as one believer and former US Navy Officer stated "it's just a nice reminder that the truth is out there and we can't stop fighting for its release. Government agencies have made it clear for nearly 60 years that any citizen who publically supports the notion that extraterrestrial UFOs are visiting earth - should be immediately mocked, ridiculed and labeled a looney toon conspiracy theorist".
"Government agencies have made it clear for nearly 60 years that any citizen who publically supports the notion that extraterrestrial UFOs are visiting earth - should be immediately mocked, ridiculed and labeled a looney toon conspiracy theorist."
It's no secret that alien believers and ufologists are frequently bashed by the mainstream media, but it wasn't until recently that we found out that tax payer dollars have been spent on 'debunking campaigns' since 1952 - which specifically target flying saucer witnesses.
A declassified CIA document from 1952 (available here) reveals a terrifying truth about our governments hidden agendas - that they believe it's their right to decide whether American citizens get to know the truth about extraterrestrial UFOs visiting earth. In other words, the US Government decided that you are not ready to know about 'intelligent life from other planets'.
The 22-page document opens with several pages that sound fairly innocent. Each details the overall findings from the panel's research, which generally concluded that there was no overwhelming evidence that UFOs were 'visitors from another planet', but that they weren't completely ruling it out.
But by page 15 we begin to see their dark plan unravel. In a section titled "Educational Program" the US Government's UFO Panel begins describing their plan to re-educate the public by debunking any citizen UFO report.
Their hope, as stated in the document, was that
"The "debunking" aim would result in reduction in public interest in "flying saucers" which today evokes a strong psychological reaction. This education could be accomplished by mass media such as television, motion pictures, and popular articles. Basis of such education would be actual case histories which had been puzzling at first but later explained."
Maybe that didn't fully hit you, so let's rephrase that in modern langauge.
Here's our modernization of that quote:
"Our "debunking" plan will result in less American citizens interested in "flying saucers". We can accomplish this re-education of the American public by spreading propoganda on TV, in Hollywood movies and in the newspapers. By using examples that the American public will believe, that involve scenarios where something started out as unknown, but was later found out to be known, we can trick the American public and completely discredit the UFO phenomenon."
It get's worse though.
So by page 16 we know that - not only did the US Government form and operate a UFO panel with tax payer dollars, but the panel spent tax payer dollars devising and implementing a devious plan to debunk any American citizen who claims to have witnessed a UFO.
By page 17 though, things get even darker.
The panel next discussed it's plans to bring in psychologists "familiar with mass psychology", people "familiar with mass communication techniques" and amateur astronomers who they believed "might be a potential source of enthusiastic talent to spread the gospel".
In other words, the US Government's UFO Panel used expert psychologists to spread propoganda, in order to manipulate the public, so we would all stop believing in UFOs.
There's plenty more where that came from too, but we'll let you read the rest with your own eyes.
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Stories like this one are becoming more and more frequent, but we are still yet to see the mainstream media pick them up. Why is that?
If you're in the MSM, and you're reading this, how about devoting a little energy into exposing the greatest revelation in human history (that we are not alone in the universe) rather than fixating on President Trump's tweets...
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