Has the CIA been busy, since 1947, designing more and more clever ways to keep the non-elite in the dark about the existence of UFOs?
After World War II, the United States leadership was, understandably, concerned about defending the nation’s borders and integrity. To help with this mission, President Harry S. Truman created the National Security Council (NSC) by Executive Letter on January 22, 1946.
“The National Security Act of July 26, 1947 (PL 235-61 Stat. 496; U.S.C. 402) established the National Security Council (NSC). The National Security Act formalized the coordination of foreign and defense policy among federal agencies. This legislation also provided for the creation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the National Security Resources Board, a National Military Establishment and a Secretary of Defense.”
President Harry S. Truman authorized the creation of National Security Agency (NSA) in a letter he wrote in June 1952, which was classified for decades afterwards. It was formally established through a revision of National Security Council Intelligence Directive 9 on Oct. 24, 1952, and officially came into existence on Nov. 4, 1952.
The CIA website says their “primary mission is to collect, analyze, evaluate, and disseminate foreign intelligence to assist the White House, the President and senior US government policymakers in making decisions relating to national security.”
Yet, recent WikiLeaks documents prove that the CIA is also involved in domestic spying, in cahoots with the NSA national data collection program.
CIA agents are also known to be assassins, although proof can be difficult since their actions are neither transparent nor accountable to the public.
Therefore, we know that the CIA does more than it admits to Us the People.
Now just suspend your disbelief for one tiny moment and ask yourself: Is it just a coincidence that the CIA was formed after the reported “flying disc” crash near Roswell, NM during the first week of July 1947?
Yes, this sounds absolutely crazy at first, but consider these points:
1) It is 1947. The U.S. military has collected downed aliens and their ships for a few years now, and worries about public panic, should this become common knowledge, especially after the Roswell snafu. Also, the technology is so high and rich that a few powerful men decide to keep all the secret benefits to themselves. Finally, with an unlimited and unaccountable budget, any means can be used to develop not only these new, advanced technologies, but also to cover up the secret and keep it that way.
2) The CIA is formed as the NSA’s henchmen. They are enforcers tasked with developing weapons to use against human beings who seek the truth about UFOs. Among their arsenal are propaganda, mind control, drug trade, and murder made to look like suicide.
Certainly, the formation of the CIA and the alleged UFO crash at Roswell, NM happened at about the same time – they correlate. But are they also causal? Did the U.S. government create the CIA to “deal with” the “UFO problem?”
One major obstacle to answering these questions is that the fox is guarding the hen house – if the CIA created the cover-up after Roswell, and has the money/power/influence to refute all doubters.
To that end, researchers continue to look for solid evidence that the Roswell crash was about alien technology and not measuring the weather.
A June 22, 2016 article by Alejandro Rojas claims, “Last week UFO researcher and author Kevin Randle posted news of a $10,000 reward for anyone who can decipher the text of a memo seen in a picture of what is supposedly debris from the Roswell UFO crash site. Some UFO researchers doubt the debris in the photo is actually from the object that crashed outside Roswell in July, 1947, and believe the text in the memo proves it.”
General Roger Ramey, Commander, Eighth Air Force (left) and his Chief of Staff Colonel Thomas DuBose (right) in his office at Fort Worth Army Air Field, later known as Carswell Air Force Base
The Ramey Memo decoded?
The Ramey memo is considered a “smoking gun” by UFO investigators since it could offer convincing evidence of a UFO crash and cover-up at Roswell in 1947.
Meanwhile, the CIA mouthpiece Smithsonian Magazine continues to tow the party line “”weather balloon” explanation, and perpetuates the UFO cover-up. Check out this headline (emphasis added):
“In 1947, A High-Altitude Balloon Crash Landed in Roswell. The Aliens Never Left…Despite its persistence in popular culture, extraterrestrial life owes more to the imagination than reality.”
That’s right, according to the self-styled experts over at the Smithsonian Magazine, anybody who believes UFOs exist is a dreamer, not a realist. Take that sixth guy to walk on the moon, Edgar Mitchell, who told the St. Petersburg Times in 2004 that a cabal of insiders in the U.S. government was studying recovered alien bodies, and that this group had stopped briefing U.S. presidents after John F. Kennedy. “We all know UFOs are real. Now the question is where do they come from?”
But surely the Smithsonian Magazine/CIA are correct, and Mitchell must have been mistaken.
Ditto with former NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong. He was only the first man to step onto the moon’s surface. That courageous engineer reported ships and structures on the moon that were not made by humans.
Still, that Smithsonian Magazine certainly adopts a very certain tone. Armstrong, too, must have been wrong.
Hm. Guess we can add Paul Hellyer to the list of folks with over-active imaginations. He is, after all, merely a Canadian ex-minister for defense who claims that documents describing UFOs crossed his desk during his official tenure. Surely, he was hallucinating when he testified on May 3, 2013 during the “Citizen Hearing on Disclosure” that:
“In the 1960s a flotilla of UFOs headed south that crossed into NATO territory in Europe, and the Commander in Chief of the Supreme Allied Headquarters in Europe was, naturally, very shaken. Before the panic button was pushed, the flotilla turned around and headed back north.” Suspecting the craft were from Russia, “an investigation was launched into the general subject of UFOs.”
The study’s documented conclusion? At least four species of aliens have been visiting Earth for thousands of years.
Long-time UFO researchers – scientists, reporters, doctors, and government insiders – like Stanton Friedman, Linda Moulton-Howe, Steven Greer, Richard Dolan, Nick Pope, just to name a few, agree that there is plenty of proof, without any doubt, that earth has been, and is being, visited by aliens.
The sheer number of investigations from around the world to reach the same conclusion is staggering: UFOs are real and CIA is involved in some very unpleasant and illegal programs, some of which may well be designed to keep the existence of UFOs secret.
From the Department of Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire, so much for the Smithsonian/CIA Op/Ed media mill.
There is a Chinese curse that says, “May you live in interesting times.”
With UFO sightings on the rise internationally, as other nations release their classified files, these are, indeed, interesting times.