Recently, there has been a lot of buzz around the topic of UFO sightings, particularly after the US Government was accused of a “cover-up” following the shooting down of three UFOs in three days earlier this year.
It has now been confirmed that footage of the incidents exists, but the Pentagon has stated that it will not be releasing the footage as it remains classified.
The triple take-down occurred after US pilots downed a Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina on February 4.
China admitted that it belonged to them but insisted that it was simply a weather balloon that had gone off course. However, they took no responsibility for the three other objects that were shot down.
One object, described as a car-sized structure, interfered with the sensors of two F-22 Raptor fighters before it was shot down over Deadhorse, Alaska, on February 10.
A second cylinder-shaped UFO was blasted out of the sky over Yukon in Canada 24 hours later after consultation between US President Joe Biden and his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau.
The third object, which was neutralised by an F-16 fighter at 20,000ft over the Great Lakes, was described by defence officials as an “unmanned octagonal structure with potential surveillance capabilities” and strings attached to it.
Despite numerous sightings and reports, the Pentagon has refused to release any footage or details about the incidents, citing national security concerns.
However, this has sparked curiosity and speculation among the public about what exactly happened and what the footage could reveal.
Some social media users have expressed their skepticism about the incident, questioning whether the UFOs posed a threat or if an unprovoked attack on something unknown could have consequences.
Others have pointed out that the fact that the objects were doing things that humans cannot do lends credibility to the sightings.
While the footage remains classified, the existence of such incidents raises important questions about the possibility of extraterrestrial life and the potential for further encounters in the future.
If we find intelligent lives from another planet will throw all religions in a piffle.
But must likely is just another red herring.