After yet another unidentified flying object was shot down, this time in US airspace above Lake Huron, the Pentagon briefed the public on the incident on Sunday evening. It soon became known that the item was an “octagon” and that it didn’t seem to be a balloon, according to reports.
That led to some assumption that the current series of UFO sightings were really balloons, most likely from China, but just fashioned differently than one might anticipate. But General Glen VanHerck made it quite apparent that the US military does not share that viewpoint in a remark that was rather stunning.
Even if the UFOs weren’t balloons, it would be bizarre, but when a senior US general says that we just don’t really know what keeps these things in the air, things get even stranger. Before shooting it down, I’d imagine they conducted thorough reconnaissance, including obtaining in-depth images. The US military should be capable of recognizing basically just about anything China or another country might aim at us, in my opinion.
So perhaps they are aliens?
Probably not. But things are starting to seem a bit unsettling. There are a lot of these objects, whatever they are, and there must be a purpose for them. Are they testing the US military’s capabilities if it’s China? And if they are, then it raises the issue of why they are testing them in the first place. Also, in order to maintain the illusion, did China shoot down one of its own aircraft above Rizhao?
What about the actual object? Do the Chicoms possess some really top-secret propulsion technology that we have only recently learned about? Considering the scope of US intelligence, that would be fairly difficult to believe. Furthermore, even if the Chinese did possess some as-yet-unnamed novel technology, I strongly doubt they would ship it to the continental United States to be used as fodder for USAF fighter pilots. There is a lot about this that is plain absurd.
After all, it’s most likely simply aliens.