UFOs: The Sino-Russian Threat
The argument that UFOs couldn’t be constructions (aircraft) of the United States military, or else they would have been used in warfare situations extant, is bogus.
The United States military establishments have been holding back their most advanced weaponry, including fighter-bomber aircraft, for the eventual and inevitable war between the United States and China/Russia, countries that will form (and have already agreed to) an alliance against the United States of America.
A strategic alliance
In 2001, the close relations between the two countries were formalized with the Treaty of Good-Neighborliness and Friendly Cooperation, a twenty-year strategic, economic, and controversially, (arguably) an implicit military treaty. A month before the treaty was signed, the two countries joined with junior partners Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. The PRC is currently Russia's largest customer of imports needed to modernize the People's Liberation Army, and the foremost benefactor of the under construction Russian Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil pipeline.]
The aircraft that is held in abeyance for this war, under the most severe Top Secret parameters, are often spotted, during test flights, as UFOs.
Does this preclude extraterrestrial visitations seen as UFOs? Not necessarily, if historic or prehistoric representations and account are valid.
But the idea of a vast armada of UFOs, circling the Earth, is unreasonable, even if one posits a base nearby (such as the back-side of the Moon or one on a moon of a nearby planet).
The fleet of UFOs needed to account for all the sightings that are reported, let alone those that are not, would indicate an alien presence that is tantamount to a de facto occupation of this planet already.
That no evidence of a purposeful occupation has taken place removes the ET hypothesis for the UFO phenomenon, even if one puts forth a benign observational exploration by alien visitors to this planet.
There are just too many sightings to provide credence to an extraterrestrial presence of a significant kind.
UFOs are a combination of many things, just as the Air Force predicated in its Blue Book files, from weather phenomena to hoaxes to misidentified aircraft – the secret military aircraft we allow for many UFO reports.
The Air Force had it exactly right: of the 12618 sightings attributed to flying saucers or UFOs for the Blue Book period [1947-1969], only about 700 remained unexplained, and those numbers can be used to indicate what ratio of UFOs seen currently are actually unexplained phenomenon (or phenomena).
Extricating hoaxes, misidentified aircraft, weird meteorological phenomena, et cetera, from all the sightings supposedly being reported to ufological organizations and media will provide a core or residue of observations what should get attention – serious attention – from UFO investigators and/or science.
And discovering the secret flying machines of the U.S. militaries, for the oncoming Sino-Russian conflict, should prove interesting all by itself…even more so, perhaps, than the UFO conjectures that have yet to provide anything worthwhile.