THAT UFO NARRATIVE PUSH: COG, MONEY, MARKETING, & OTHER STUFF
If you've been watching the lamestream propatainment media lately, or even Tucker Carlson's debut on Twitter, you'll have noticed a distinct "uptick" in the coverage of the latest UFO story, this time sporting be-medaled former military "whistleblowers" posing with their medals and taking about aliens and crash-and-retrieved vehicles and technology. And if you're like many regular readers here you may be wondering what I think about all of it. Many of you emailed me privately about it, asking me what I think, so I have decided to depart from my customary practice today of picking an article or two and commenting about it, because this trend deserves its own analysis and high octane speculation.
In a word - and I think I'm in the company of Dark Journalist and Dr. Michio Kaku here - it's all theater.
This is not to say it's a lie, but it is theater, or if I may be even more precise, it's narrative creation and preparation.
The real question is why. Why, after decades of government denials of UFOs, and even of the crash-and-retrieval scenario so beloved of so many in the Ufology community (think only of the large effort the US Air Force has expended to debunk just the Roswell mythology alone), why after all of this has there been a sudden ratcheting up of the UFO subject in the media? Clearly, someone, somewhere in the bowels of this corrupt and lying government wants a good segment of the population to be thinking about the subject.
Needless to say, I have a few "high octane speculations" about the answer to "why" that I want to share today, but with the caveat that these thoughts are not intended to replace my previous thinking on the subject, but merely revise and extend it. To state that position once again, I am neither philosophically nor theologically opposed to the existence of other forms of life "out there". Nor do I dispute the existence of UFOs, whatever they may be. I do think the phenomenon may in fact be several phenomena, and that among these possibilities they may be some unknown form of life, or technology (or perhaps both). What I have wanted is something more, something material, concrete, some release of data and/or recovered technology that is subject to open and free examination on the part of the public.
What we've had, however, is nothing but a few pictures and a succession of stories, and that means that the latest push is nothing but just another UFO conference, to which everyone has been invited and forced to listen to a parade of people telling stories about UFOs and aliens.
So the question is why?
The answers I'm toying with, at least at this moment, boil down to the following possibilities, one of which was recently articulated by Dark Journalist on a recent podcast of his, and with which I largely agree. I intend to flesh out the idea a bit more here. All of these possibilities are based on one overriding contemporary reality: the government of the USSA is in trouble, deep trouble, and trust in its institutions, or for that matter, the wider cultural institutions, is at an all time low. It is no accident, therefore, that this now seems to be the time that the powerful cognoscenti of the deep state have chosen to push the UFO theater. They need something to (1) distract the public, (2) restore trust (3) expand their power, possibly through the invocation of a national emergency, and emergency powers ala the Continuity Of Government (COG) scenario, ala Dark Journalist's recent podcast, and finally, they need (4) a narrative to create a new unified global cultural, governmental, and financial matrix. For a while, it looked like "climate change" was the chosen narrative ala The Report from Iron Mountain, a notorious early 1960s hoax.
The trouble with that as a narrative rationale for the imposition of global governance is that it's hard to sell, especially when your salesmen are screaming, angry, bitter little Swedish girls, or monotoned hypocritical drones like Ketchup Kerry calling for the confiscation of farms. Bluntly put, it's hard to sell starvation and eating insects as a global policy. It's too easy to poke holes into, and, to be blunt, it isn't a big enough bit of theater to accomplish those four objectives.
(1) Consider what the UFO story does for the first of those objectives, the distraction of the public: it's a convenient distraction because a certain segment of the population already believes in UFOs and aliens, and for many who do, the belief almost functions as a kind of substitute religion. For the rest of the population that still watches the lamestream propatainment media, the stories might at least plant the seed of consideration, which is all they need to do. Remember, this is narrative preparation.
(2) Using the UFO flap as a marketing campaign to "restore trust" in public institutions, be they governmental or cultural, might be more difficult to follow. At a time when trust in these institutions is justifiably at an all time low, why trot out the UFO narrative preparation operation via "whistleblowers" now? Such an operation would seem to be doomed to failure. But consider which institutions are being vindicated by the operation, to wit, the alternative research and media community. It's one thing for the New York Times or the Swampington (Com)post to publish a UFO story or cover the latest whistleblower. But consider the effect of having a national and widely popular and outspoken news anchorman like Tucker Carlson be fired from his post on a major legacy media network, then move to an "alternative media" platform and beginning his own podcast, and one of the subjects covered in his first podcast is precisely the UFO story. That he would cover it in that context gives it a cachet it otherwise would not have had. It's bringing more people on board than merely those already on board via their participation in the alternative media community, or the Ufology community. It's a signal that "they" have realized the importance of prepping the narrative where it really counts, by bolstering the "trust factor" of the alternative media platforms.
(3) and (4) With these two elements we come to the crux interpretum of the motivations behind this narrative push, and why it's being undertaken now. Here I find myself in basic agreement with Dark Journalist: this can all easily be rolled into Continuity Of Government operations, emergency powers, and even marketing schemes to achieve both. In short, the returns and rewards are way out of proportion to the minimum risk needed to invest the time and effort to create the narrative. Consider only that a UFO threat, as Ronald Reagan pointed out, would unify the planet as never before. Governmental, financial, and cultural institutions would reorganize around meeting, and at least stalemating, that threat. Real or not, the mere perception of the existence of a potential threat rationalizes massive expenditure. The threat could even be staged via advanced technologies, and a few very public, "visible" events and false flags. A nameless, faceless, but allegedly technologically very advanced potential enemy serves the teetering globalooney crowd very well: they can continue the previous financial practices of the post-World War Two system, including that vast and hidden financial system and all its fraud that I have argued exists in several of my books. The difference lies only in the fact that that vast and previously hidden system is now simply being admitted, and made public. They can continue to use that system and its vast extent and power to put into place even more global controls; they can use the narrative to divide the population into "believers" and "non-believers", and in what I suspect is a main though hidden goal of these planners, even use it to create new religions, and redefine the doctrines of old ones by claiming that "the more advanced ETs" have revealed flaws, mistakes, and so on in traditional expressions of religion.
All that is really needed is simply to move enough of the population into that camp, and to thereby create enough critical mass of opinion to drive the narrative - and all of its benefits to the power elite - into the mainstream. They need not convert the whole global population to their narrative, only a percentage of it.
There is an element of risk here, and that is that in order to make the narrative preparation stick, some sort of demonstrative event or incident will have to be staged for enough people to see, in order to drive the creation of that critical mass. How they intend to do that remains to be seen, though there have been a number of attempts in the past couple of decades to identify the scenarios and technologies that might be used.
And of course, there's always the warning of C.S. Lewis, that one must always beware when calling down High Heaven, because there's always the risk that it might actually show up...
... See you on the flip side...
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