It is The Communist Chinese, Not Little Green Men! By Charles Taylor (Florida)

The, a Democrat slanted publication, in my eyes, ran a piece about a puzzling phenomenon, that some type of drone swarm, but with advanced tech, have been buzzing around military sensitive sites, like nuclear missile silos. The article says that there has been no tie made to foreign governments. The drones have different coloured lights, something like a mobile disco. So far, some photographs have been taken, but no other action. So, they say.

We should recall how Biden let a Chinese spy balloon go right over sensitive military areas gathering data for war. No doubt the military had been told not to shoot the flying bugs down until they had got all the information the Chinese communists needed.

"The U.S. military is confronting an unsettling phenomenon. Over the last five years, a series of bizarre — and remarkably brazen — "drone swarms" have overwhelmed key Department of Defense facilities and assets, including nuclear missile silos. Notably, some of the objects appear to exhibit unconventional technology.

As Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, stated on April 9, "We see consistent incursions around sensitive government facilities."

Despite the U.S. government's sweeping investigative authorities and abilities, the puzzling incidents remain a mystery. None have been decisively tied to foreign or domestic actors.

For its part, the Pentagon has been unwilling or perhaps unable to present any photographic or video evidence that conventional drones are responsible for the most perplexing encounters. Asked whether he had seen any images of the objects, Kelly responded "no."

In December 2023, for example, large numbers of unidentified "drones" appeared regularly over Langley Air Force Base in Virginia.

According to the Air Force, the base experienced "multiple incursions throughout the month." The incidents were so perplexing that the Air Force called in a special NASA aircraft equipped with what may be the world's most sophisticated airborne camera to gather data on the mysterious objects.

Video recorded by a civilian observer shows numerous craft with flashing lights appearing to hover in the vicinity of the base.

In 2019, dozens of unknown "drones" stalked some of the U.S. Navy's most advanced warships off the coast of Southern California.

Over the course of several weeks, mysterious objects hovered and maneuvered around the Navy vessels, prompting a sweeping, multi-jurisdictional investigation. Importantly, some of the more perplexing incidents took place nearly 200 miles off the coast of San Diego. The imagery released publicly shows indistinct, seemingly round objects.

In one intriguing video associated with the incursions, a spherical object descends slowly into the ocean approximately 120 miles off the California coast. In a similar incident the following day, sailors aboard a different Navy vessel observed an object "splashing" into the sea some 160 miles off the coast.

Like the Langley Air Force Base incursions, incident reports note that the unknown objects displayed flashing lights, predominantly white, red and green.

Perhaps most notably, in late 2019 and early 2020, swarms of dozens if not hundreds of unknown drone-like objects left countless residents and law enforcement officials in rural Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming perplexed. The "creepy" incidents received significant media coverage, including in the New York Times and several national network news outlets.

Alarmingly, according to internal Air Force emails, some of the incursions were "clustered in an area that has quite a few [nuclear] missile sites."

Because the investigation into the incursions involved so many civilian government and law enforcement agencies, freedom of information laws permit an unprecedented level of insight into the occurrences. The details are intriguing — and unsettling.

The sheriff of Washington County, Colorado, for example, was one of many law enforcement officials who observed the objects. Importantly, he "could not confirm what he saw was drone activity because he could not hear a noise from the motor."

In another incident, internal Federal Aviation Administration emails describe an object "flying low [but] no engine-propeller noise could be heard."

One of the unknown objects also passed just 200 feet over a Kansas Highway Patrol officer. Somehow, the brightly lit craft "made absolutely no sound at all, even though the wind was calm." 



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Tuesday, 25 June 2024

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