There's been a lot of hype on the internet lately concerning the limited hangout position of the Pentagon's recent announcement of having conducted a UFO project at the request of former US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, and concerning the announcement of former Blink 182 band member and UFO enthusiast Tom DeLonge's corporation whose board looks like a Who's Who of black projects research gurus. This comes at a time that Dr. Skidmore of Michigan State University has written articles confirming missing trillions of dollars from the US budget, confirming the statements of former US Housing and Urban Development Assistant Secretary Catherine Austin Fitts. It's convenient timing, to say the least.

Now, to add to the stories, there's yet another, according to this article shared by Mr. J.S.:

The Pentagon’s Secret Search for UFOs

Now, I am calling all this a "limited hangout position" because of several statements, including this one:

The Pentagon, at the direction of Congress, a decade ago quietly set up a multimillion-dollar program to investigate what are popularly known as unidentified flying objects—UFOs.

The “unidentified aerial phenomena” claimed to have been seen by pilots and other military personnel appeared vastly more advanced than those in American or foreign arsenals. In some cases they maneuvered so unusually and so fast that they seemed to defy the laws of physics, according to multiple sources directly involved in or briefed on the effort and a review of unclassified Defense Department and congressional documents.(emphasis added)

Now, many in the UFOlogy community, including researcher Richard Dolan (see his multi-volume study UFOs and the National Security State) and many others, have argued persuasively and in my opinion quite convincingly and compellingly that these USO studies have in fact been a more or less permanent feature of covert American military interest and research since at least the end of World War Two. I too have contributed my own speculations to this picture with investigations of the funding mechanisms that would be needed for such a study, concluding that a hidden system of finance would be necessary both to insure a continual flow of money and to ensure continued secrecy. The purpose of the research in the long term was to acquire the technologies that would be able to emulate UFO performance and achieve parity or near parity with it. As a secondary objective, such research would have been seeking the origins - human or otherwise - of whomever was behind the UFO phenomenon.

Hence, the disclose of a project of a mere decade's length and running into mere "multi-millions" is far short of what the UFOlogy community has been arguing for many decades. It is, if I may put it country simple, no big deal.

There's yet another "twist" here that, again, upon examination, isn't much of a twist:

The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, whose existence was not classified but operated with the knowledge of an extremely limited number of officials, was the brainchild of then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who first secured the appropriation to begin the program in 2009 with the support of the late Senators Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) and Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), two World War II veterans who were similarly concerned about the potential national security implications, the sources involved in the effort said. The origins of the program, the existence of which the Pentagon confirmed on Friday, are being revealed publicly for the first time by POLITICO and the New York Times in nearly simultaneous reports on Saturday.

One possible theory behind the unexplained incidents, according to a former congressional staffer who described the motivations behind the program, was that a foreign power—perhaps the Chinese or the Russians—had developed next-generation technologies that could threaten the United States. (Emphases added)

Again, experienced researchers in UFOlogy have long known about the UFO programs of Russia and China, and it stands to reason those nations would view the UFO phenomenon in a similar way to the USA, i.e., as a national security threat. And it stands to reason their responses would be similar: develop deeply black research programs and financing mechanisms to investigate and emulate the technologies and performance of UFOs to parity or near parity.

What is odd here however, is the less than typical language used in the context of the Russian and Chinese assertions. In an age when Russia seems to have replaced the former conspiracy-central theories of Masons, Zionists, Bankers, and/or Jesuits and the Vatican in the conspiracy mongering of the the US deep state, one would have expected stronger language from a mouthpiece like Politico. Instead, we get the very suggestive sentence, "One possible theory behind the unexplained incidents... was that a foreign power - perhaps the Chinese or the Russians-had developed next-generation technologies that could threaten the United States."(Emphases added) Why the subjunctive "perhaps" with the wonderfully ambiguous past perfect simple tense "had developed"? The statement leaves open the possibility of some other foreign power besides Russia and China actually achieving some sort of "next generation" technology, and having done so ina past whose terminus ante quem is left conveniently undefined...

...and as anyone might expect who has read my various books on that possibility, that statement caught my eye.

The "door", in other words, is being left open for further "disclosure" and "development" of the narrative.

And there, precisely, my misgivings lie, for how might one control the narrative in the increasingly sophisticated information age and an increasingly cynical and skeptical public? After all, this is the same swamp that gave us "social security" and "the magic bullet" and who fed us the line that Waco was "to protect the children" and that quarter-mile high steel and concrete cantilevered buildings were brought down by airplane fuel, weakened steel, and pancaking floors. How would one go about controlling the UFO narrative? Well the tried and true techniques of data obfuscation and guilt-by-association would have to be done, only this time around, by very clever marketing operations. For the Kentucky-fried gullible that inhabit the subject, more whistleblowers telling absurd stories about blue chicken McNuggets will do.

But the more sophisticated will have to be handled differently, with fiction containing just enough concepts borrowed from researchers (without attribution, of course), doling out real nuggets of genuine information, building up trust over time, and in the process, subtly spinning the aforementioned researchers' concepts, and establishing that marketing group as the gatekeepers not only of "real" information, but of the narrative interpretation to be fastened upon it.

Caveat emptor.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. zendogbreath on December 29, 2017 at 1:09 am

    project blue beam baby. didn’t it start with some psyche research via stanford and continue on with orson wells and war of the worlds? and as far as we know continued on from there?

    • Pierre on December 29, 2017 at 11:36 pm

      I reckon it started with the Tavistock propaganda , WWI and the Butcher of Belgium, The Kaiser, who was the grandfather of the Butcher of Bagdad. Hitler though was a vegetarian. His economics guru got off relatively unscathed at Nuremberg, after being sentenced, through divine intervention, ie the Masons that he and the Governor of the Bank of England, with whom he met, were.
      typo? USO?
      USO – United Service Organisations is what Bob hope and his team of DID’d girls (proto MKULTRA’D) as per Sharon/Bryce Taylor’s Thanks for the Memories (thanks for the mammaries, bad joke) did, ala more than a bowl of rice in the pro war Apocalypse Now movie DemonStration. Tortured comfort women. Manna vs Mumma from heaven. Are you being serviced sir? Beware the V (TV series) girlies particularly the blonde haired blue eyed ones that the semites love to acquire (ala The Last Valley, Michael Caine – leave that one.). but I digress, or do I? USO! USA! UFO!

  2. Mike Caffarelli on December 28, 2017 at 10:50 pm

    “For the Kentucky-fried gullible that inhabit the subject, more whistleblowers telling absurd stories about blue chicken McNuggets will do.”

    -I don’t get it. Can someone help me out here?

    • enki-nike on January 4, 2018 at 12:23 am

      According to Corey Goode and David Wilcock a blue avian race from another universe is helping the human race ascend to a higher density. They have one hundred spheres in the solar system protecting the Earth from dangerous energies. Apparently the bird-head Egyptian gods Ra and Toth were human – blue avian hybrids. Corey is a contactee and message bringer from the sphere alliance to humanity. The blue avians only abduct humans who eat Kentucky fried chicken.

      • Joseph P. Farrell on January 4, 2018 at 7:56 am

        Sorry, I just don’t buy the story, at all.

  3. DownunderET on December 28, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    Well there has to be UFO’, the Egyptians didn’t build the Great Pyramid, and the Annunaki didn’t come from here. So this UFO “thing” isn’t going away and it was Richard Dolan in one of the books said, quote “they cannot keep it secret forever”.

  4. Robert Barricklow on December 28, 2017 at 12:39 pm

    During this digital tidal wave of information we have the good, the bad and the ugly of information warfare. The good is that many see 9/11[that bridge of trust] being not a solid a structure as they’d hoped for. The bad being that the war flowed effortlessly along it into a privatized Iraq. The ugly, as related in the above post for today.
    What I find most intriguing, in the various conversations I have with the “public” is the information awareness. For example, I recently discussed the ionized skies w/a former military intelligence guy who was very concerned about the sophistication of the propaganda being implemented. But, to cut to the chase; of ALL the subject matter, it is the UFO at Roswell that stuns them speechless – when I say it was a Nazi Flying Saucer!

    • Robert Barricklow on December 28, 2017 at 12:59 pm

      Of course, I risk the inevitable tin-foiled crosses being brought to bear. But, that’s life in the fake digital 21st century market place of information warfare.
      There are several fronts on this that merge within the backdrop of a militarized-industrial national security extra-state apparatus. “Our” monopolized information platforms[CIA patinas] that, are themselves, aspiring the merge man and machine; as are their military brothers in-arms. Of course, “they” are doing this out of the goodness of their hearts; those bold pronouncements about human nature that they intend to impose on the rest of us.

      • Robert Barricklow on December 28, 2017 at 1:21 pm

        It was apropos that I was digitally scrubbed on my last comment[1:11pm]; as we’ve all, apparently, become bit cyborgs. Our phones are extensions of our memories[although I don’t have one]; we’ve outsourced basic mental functions to algorithms[?/in the above moderated-post-not willingly]; we’ve handed over our secrets to be stored and mined by computers/servers; we’re not just merging w/machine, but the companies that run the machines – and it is imperative that we resist them!

        • goshawks on December 28, 2017 at 8:32 pm

          Hey, Robert, what probably got you modded in the 1:11 post was “insti tuted”. It is hard keeping track of all the ‘ti t’-included words; I got modded for ‘ti tle’ a couple days back. Keep up the good work…

    • Robert Barricklow on December 28, 2017 at 1:11 pm

      Although they profess individuality, they’re beliefs are that we’re fundamentally social beings, born to an insect-hive collectiveness existence. They’ve invested their “trusts” in The Network, The Wisdom of Crowds/Clouds, Collaboration[Nazi]; plus their telling passive, bureaucratic description of us is “users”. Their devises and sites have collapsed privacy.
      That dreaded word, comp et ti tion, undermines their pursuit of the common good and ambitious goals for us users. they flood us w/automatic/bot choices, to enable us to float through an effortless day.
      They’ve instituted a digitized hierarchy of information warfare. What TV dinners/manufactured food did for the American waistline; manufactured information warfare is now slugging it out w/our free will.

  5. enki-nike on December 28, 2017 at 10:53 am

    The UFO chased by the F/A-18 Navy pilots is unmistakably a Klingon Bird-Of-Prey space ship.

  6. purplelama on December 28, 2017 at 8:01 am

    “For the Kentucky-fried gullible that inhabit the subject, more whistleblowers telling absurd stories about blue chicken McNuggets will do.”

    This was great, made me laugh!

  7. goshawks on December 28, 2017 at 7:43 am

    I regard the Pentagon’s “UFO project” via Harry Reid in the same way I regard Project Bluebook: a public-front ‘effort’ that is meant to do nothing, while keeping attention away from seriously-black sightings, retrievals, and R&D. Probably the only question worth ‘asking’ is whether Reid volunteered to be put in the funding-line or was required-to by the powers above him. Either way, the “Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program” is a very weak sacrificial program meant to occupy real UFO researchers’ time and ti tilate [hah!] the public, while revealing nothing of value. Bah Humbug!

    I am interested in those UFOs which have inertia-less drives (seeming 1000g right-angle turns, stop/start on a dime, etc.). However, what really fascinates me are those “UFOs” (who may be living creatures) that wink-in/wink-out of existence, divide and re-coalesce, and radically change shapes. The latter are sooo far beyond even Breakout technology that they are most probably not Ours

  8. Kahlypso on December 28, 2017 at 7:36 am

    Hmm.. Wonder if Mockingbird Bryan Bender is getting the feedtape directly from another ‘private server’.. Hillarious Clinton was talking about UAPs when she was promising ‘Dis(information)closure in her presidential campaign.. or PedophilePodesta

    This Delonghe disclosure is pushed out by the Rockefeller Initiative.. It probably get a kick up the behind when David shuffled off this mortal coil… (oh pleeez let it be that.. There’s been SOOO much rejuvenation and longevity medicine “”breakthrough”” just after his 9th heart finally gave out and collapsed….and I dont even want to think about the Chinese and their head transplants…….

    If anyone takes anything away from this thread.. Do NOT trust Delonghe.. He’s a little satanic piece of carpe diem… He’s used because milleniuls.. or whatever people born in 2000 are called.. are really influenced by Blink 182… which is really screwed up when you read the lyrics behind most of their songs.. not all the big hits, to get successfull.. anyway – look it up.. The BLink 182 band are all satanists, and they declare it loud and unabashadly.. its all part of the same show.. you know, that weird music bizness thing..

    • Tim H on December 29, 2017 at 4:41 am

      I don’t trust Tom DeLonge as far as I can throw him, but beware of confusing adolescent male testosterone-fuelled rants with Satanism.

  9. Roger on December 28, 2017 at 7:29 am

    The UFO and Kennedy releases are the latest circuses to divide and distract the awakening population from the elites recently exposed indictable crimes. If it fails I see a potential major war soon.

  10. anakephalaiosis on December 28, 2017 at 7:29 am

    Gollum Rottenchild wants to keep his lordship title, by spinning more fanciful tales.

    Solution is to give him the ring, and let him jump of a cliff. Sun smiles on trolls.

    All gatekeepers are shopkeepers in snake oil.

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