In 1947 a UFO crashed near Roswell, New Mexico. The modern age of UFO reports and denials began. The event is well-detailed at The UFO Museum in Roswell, New Mexico. The evidence is impressive.
Since 1947, for the past seventy years, there has been a systematic campaign to undermine UFO reports, to make those who see them and report them appear to be less than credible. Mainstream media has typically scoffed at the notion, citing government information which attempts to rebut those claims.
Suddenly, in recent weeks, the dam has broken. Suddenly, government investigators have provided compelling evidence to none other than The New York Times, which has published stories which make clear: UFOs have been here. They are intelligently designed and operated aircraft. They possess speeds and skills far in excess of anything ever created by humans on this planet.
Reports by Navy pilots have been provided, with tracking for alien aircraft, demonstrating speeds far beyond anything we have ever seen in aircraft, and revealing maneuvers we have never seen in aircraft created by humans.
A few years ago, a group was formed and funded to investigate UFOs anew. For several years the group, led by people with significant military and intelligence backgrounds, went about their work. Their findings are nothing short of earth shattering.
Consider the statements of Luis Elizondo. He headed up the Pentagon's group tasked with investigating UFOs anew. He is a heavyweight in his arena. He is a career intelligence officer whose experience includes working with the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense, the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the Director of National Intelligence.
"My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone," Luis Elizondo said in an interview on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront." He has stated that beyond a reasonable doubt, UFOs exist. We may not be alone. Let those words sink in.
"These aircraft -- we'll call them aircraft -- are displaying characteristics that are not currently within the US inventory nor in any foreign inventory that we are aware of," Elizondo said in a published report by CNN.
From The New York Times to other well known news organizations, these stories have come out the past month and it appears they are just the leading edge of the what could be a massive amount of new information provided the public this new year of 2018.
Fifty years ago, I wrote my term paper in the 12th grade about UFOs. My teacher scoffed at them. Too bad she never lived to see the top news organizations reveal such information direct from the Pentagon. It's about time the public found out what its government has known about UFOs for the past seventy years.