Lately, Professor Paul Springer of the U.S. Air Command and Staff School at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama was a guest on an Australian talk show titled “U.S. Military Making Plans for an Alien Invasion.” Springer, a former professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point who has a doctorate in military history from Texas A&M University, stated his superiors had authorized him to discuss Pentagon plans to counter an alien invasion.
For the duration of the interview, Springer was asked, “What do you think would be the alien strategy? What would they do first?” He replied: “That really depends on why they are here in the first place. If they are here for extraction of a certain resource, for example, they could just want to remove any resistance that may block them from their objective. If, on the other hand, their goal was actual occupation and conquest, then they would possibly have to prioritize something they perceived as a risk to their very own dominance. So they would probably start by wiping out as many communications networks as attainable and eliminating as many weapons that may well represent some form of risk no matter whether to them or to the sources they are attempting to extract. So they could very well want to counter each nuclear weapon, not since it represented a risk to them but due to the fact it could destroy what ever they are right here to acquire.”
In commenting on Springer’s quote, Michael Salla, founder of the Honolulu-primarily based Exopolitics Institute, noted it has been documented for far more than 60 years that UFOs have been observing U.S. nuclear weapons amenities and, in some situations, have disrupted their launch capability. U.S. Air Force spokespeople have for many years declared no intrusions by crafts of unknown origin that have been reported, investigated or evaluated ever threatened U.S. national security. That declaration has been made in spite of the simple fact numerous former U.S. missile launch officers and help personnel have testified otherwise.
Springer’s television interview brings to mind the longtime artificial alien invasion warnings put forth by Carol Rosin, former aerospace executive with Fairchild Industries who worked as a special assistant to U.S. space czar Wernher von Braun in the course of the last two years of his life when he was struggling from kidney cancer. Regarding a attainable alien invasion hoax, Rosin stated: “The method that Wernher von Braun taught me was that first the Russians are going to be regarded as to be the enemy. In reality, in 1974, they had been the enemy, the identified enemy. We were told that they had ‘killer satellites.’
“We were then told that they were coming to get us and control us — that they were ‘commies.’ … Then terrorists would be identified. Then we had been going to recognize Third World-country ‘crazies.’ We now get in touch with them ‘nations of concern.’ But he mentioned that would be the third enemy against whom we would create space-based missiles.
“The subsequent enemy was asteroids. Now, at this point, he kind of chuckled the first time he mentioned it. Asteroids — against asteroids we are going to build space-based weapons.
“And the funniest one of all was what he called aliens, extraterrestrials. That would be the last scare. And over and over and over during the four years that I knew him and was providing speeches for him, he would bring up the last card.”
A number of analysts have interpreted Springer’s statement as a related “false flag” hoax aimed at gaining public assistance for improved expenditures for further exotic “Star Wars” weapons systems. Other people interpret his announcement as a “news embargo leakage” tactic that will help lessen the shock of eventual complete U.S. government disclosure of the meanings of the UFO presence and the extraterrestrial hypothesis that has been supported at the 90 percent degree of self-assurance by French scientists and other college students of the concern, such as former U.S. astronaut Edgar Mitchell.
Given the well-documented government campaigns of misinformation and disinformation since the late 1940s, it is truly difficult to separate reality from falsehood.
As Stanford University space sciences and astrophysics Professor Peter Sturrock stated: “The definitive resolution of the UFO enigma will not come about unless of course and right up until the issue is subjected to open and extensive scientific study by the typical methods of established science and administration of universities.”
In contrast to the alien-enemy scenario place forth by Springer, many UFO researchers and other analysts have taken a more optimistic approach to relations with the “Visiting Other individuals.” One instance is a proposed international-cosmic treaty known as The Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2011 crafted by Rosin, Mitchell and retired U.S. naval intelligence officer Scott Jones.
For these who would like additional data from generals, pilots, scientists and government officials, just Google: “Out of the Blue UFO Documentary — You Tube.” The introduction by Mitchell is itself really worth the hard work.