If you’re an avid reader of my columns, you know I have a soft spot for conspiracy theorists. Along with showing a level of personal dedication to his cause that’s rare in society these days, he’s honestly had quite a banner year.
Whether you’re one of those ‘right-wing loons’ spouting off about the dangers of the ‘Deep State’ or a tin foil hat-wearing UFO chaser – you’ve had some amazing wins in the last few years. So you deserve to collectively say to the rest of us skeptics, “I told you so!”
After the Chinese spy balloon, three literal UFOs shot down by our fighter jets over North American territory, many of us, including myself, looked at my partner on the couch and thought, “Is this really happening? ” Baby, this, and thanks to the Biden administration’s typical communications mess, theories are running wild on social media.
Harvard scientist Robert Duncan describes ‘Project Blue Beam’
“You can see it with the naked eye and it leaves a radar trail.”@KONCRETE pic.twitter.com/Vi4r1zuhcc
— The Chief Nerd (@TheChiefNerd) February 14, 2023
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Project Blue Beam
I have an above average knowledge of conspiracy theories. However, this latest trend is new to me. The removal of three UFOs is the beginning of a theory born in the 90’s that we are witnessing many hypotheses; Project Blue Beam.
The alleged secret plan, initially broadcast by Canadian journalist Sergey Monast, claims that the Pentagon, NASA and the United Nations are working in partnership to simulate a fake alien invasion that will turn into the ‘second coming’ of Christ with… wait for it… light shows and holograms. Honestly, it’s hard to top some of the laser light shows I saw as a kid on the 4th of July.
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I mean, how can you beat the light beams set to Lee Greenwood’s hit song ‘God Bless the USA’? So what does Project Blue Beam aim for?
Naturally, like any great conspiracy theory, it has the flavor of a new world order with the ultimate goal of eliminating organized religion, national pride and identity, and the concept of family. All to bring us to our knees in complacent submission to our new Pentagon, NASA, and UN overlords.
Monast broke down this insidious plan into its four planned phases:
- Division of all archaeological knowledge through earthquakes
- A massive light show with holograms simulating the second coming of Christ
- Telepathic thought control that we are all destined to believe is the Antichrist
- A simulated alien invasion starting around 2024
Oh, this is some heavy stuff. What really gets you is that Monast died mysteriously just 24 hours after being arrested for his involvement in “networks of illicit information”.
Talk about a killer theory.
Here’s what I got from spending too much time on Twitter lately…
– UFOs were a distraction from Ohio
– Ohio is a distraction from the Nord Stream pipeline
– All this is created by Project Blue Beam
– A New World Order is coming if we don’t stop it
— Louis Ck (@NotlouisCk) February 13, 2023
Silly UFO theorists
You can’t blame people for developing their own theories about what these UFOs represent. It’s been a week since we shot down the Chinese spy balloon and five days since we shot down the first UFO over Alaska.
After the first UFO popped I was glued to my television, anxiously awaiting my president’s address to the nation, or at least a press conference. I obsessively refreshed my Twitter feed, hoping for at least a hopeful tweet from the Commander-in-Chief.
Instead, it’s radio silence; Given his absence on the subject, you’d think he’d been abducted by aliens. But we got a few words from their fabulous communications team.
After NORAD commander General Glenn VanHerk shocked the world by saying he was not willing to “rule anything out” regarding an alien connection to UFOs, the White House eagerly sought to allay those fears. First, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters, “There is no indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity with these recent removals.”
She joked, “I loved the movie ET, but I’ll leave it at that.”
Where exactly should it be left?
With no answers, just a lame movie nod in an attempt to appear relatable while simultaneously belittling American citizens who are left to speculate about these UFO origins in the dark? What a bang-up communication strategy.
.@PressSec Karen Jean Pierre said…
“The president is the best communicator we have in the White House.”
That woman, Karen Jean Pierre, is the most intellectually dishonest communicator we’ve ever had in the White House! https://t.co/kpO40vMUR7
— Vernon Jones (@VernonForGA) February 15, 2023
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We know nothing and never will
National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said Ms. Jean-Pierre doubled down on his statement, “I don’t think the American people have to worry about foreigners when it comes to this craft.”
Well, I’m already better.
Meanwhile, General VanHerk genially told reporters, “We’re calling them things, not balloons, for a reason.” This is probably because they don’t know what these things are. Air Force Chief of Staff General CQ Brown supported his fellow general, saying, “We don’t fully appreciate and understand what we’re seeing.”
Will we ever know what these things really are? Skeptical, General VanHerk added about the origin of these crafts, “I’ll let the intel community and the counter-intelligence community figure it out.” So get ready, my tinfoil hat-wearing friends, for an explanation of what can only be assumed to be weather balloons.
Still, it’s still hard to explain that each missile we fired at these things cost $400,000. That’s a hefty price to pay for a happy trigger finger to remove something as harmless as a weather balloon. However, I wouldn’t put it past the US government for wasting a lot of money on an easy threat rather than focusing on real threats.
1) What is happening now is espionage, not aliens;
2) SIGINT arrays are a big deal in terms of what they can do;
3) The US government knows more than it says;
4) the US government still doesn’t know everything;
5) Some – but not all – UAP balloons and drones. pic.twitter.com/ZHZqSK5NYU
— Nick Pope (@nickpopemod) February 12, 2023
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Fewer holograms, more money
Is this the start of Project Blue Beam? No, I don’t think the Pentagon, NASA and the UN are organized or competent enough to organize such an effort.
However, in light of the continued radio silence from the White House, I will join in on the speculative fun. Could the last three UFOs originate from us in an attempt to capitalize on an earlier F-22 takedown of a Chinese spy balloon?
I must say, it’s pretty awesome to see the veteran Air Force F-22 doing a great job for the nation. Is it far-fetched that three more UFO engagements have been staged to highlight the need for the military-industrial complex and the Pentagon to pump more money into the Defense Department?
It seems fine until you poke around a bit. For example, Airbus Airborne Target manufactures drone systems that, as their website explains, “offer a full range of targeting systems that provide realistic and cost-effective training for ground-based and naval air defense and air-to-air combat, covering towed aerial targets, direct aerial targets and surface targets. .”
Or it’s all meant to distract us from real news, including the Hunter Biden drama, the FBI’s weapons investigation, discussions about building Western arms factories in Ukraine, allegations that the US sabotaged Nord Stream 2, and of course, the release of the Epstein client list.
Oh, oh, maybe parts of Epstein’s list are in these drones.
This isn’t the first time Epstein-related subjects have been mysteriously killed. If I mysteriously disappear or die suddenly, I’ve had my annual check-up and am in perfect health. But regardless, it’s time for skeptics to put on our tinfoil hats and keep our eyes on the sky because it’s been pretty weird in our world lately.
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