Just because James Wall, former editor-in-chief and now contributing editor of the Christian Century, refers to the folks at Veterans Today as his “friends,” I’ve been keeping tabs on them to see what new lunacy they come up with. Most of it has been of the typical anti-Semitic, anti-Israel fare that Wall seems so fond of. Most of it isn’t worth passing along, since it doesn’t add to what’s already been exposed about Wall’s buds. But there’s one on the front page today that I pass along simply for the humor of it. Seems that WikiLeaks has some information about aliens, and I don’t mean illegal aliens:
Those “in the know” have long since picked up the fact that Wikileaks is a game, or “game theory warfare” as Jeff Gates puts it. The players, a Rothschild law firm, the pro-Israel gang at the New York Times, Guardian and Der Spiegel and the Mossad. The leaks have been, as Zbigniew Brzezinski puts it, a combination of chickenfeed and “seeded, pointed material” from an “intelligence agency.” Now we are told by Wayne Madsen and others that Wikileaks has UFO materials and is going to buy its way out of the “dog house” with them.
Wikileaks was Israel. Now, Wikileaks is going to be X-Files.
For years, the reports have been of the Air Force adapting UFO technology at the Area 51 base in Nevada, triangular aircraft capable of unusual maneuvers with some type of drive capable of using aspects of physics I won’t begin to describe. Dozens, maybe even hundreds of movies, books and television shows have been made about this subject or various derivations of the Majestic 12 document, the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” of the UFO world.
These stories, true or not, national secrets or conspiracy theory of such power and breadth as to become a major cultural phenomena, are old news, long debunked by “debunkers” long proven to be unreliable, untruthful and untrustworthy. Welcome to uncertainty.
Where there is uncertainty, there is also something to hide. The rumor wouldn’t be “out there” unless it had power of some kind. Accept the fact that something startling may or may not be released to the public, depending on whether some agenda of Wikileaks or Wikileaks and Israel, is met.
Can America’s UFO secrets force an attack on Iran? This is the kind of game that could be played here.
I know, I know: we’re talking Weekly World News here. But catch the conclusion:
What I do know is that what we will be told. Unless the United States relinquishes defacto control of our military forces to the State of Israel, Julian Assange is going to unleash his stockpile of UFO documents.
The sign that the United States has surrendered will be increased rhetoric from President Obama over Iran’s peaceful nuclear program and, at some point, the false flag attack on American forces in the Persian Gulf that the Bush administration was prevented from enacting in 2007.
You have to admit, that’s priceless. It definitely deserves the Joaquin Phoenix Award for Fine Headgear: