Air Force: Area 51 Raid is ‘Highly Discouraged’
The Air Force does not want people breaking into Area 51 to access possible alien information — as more than one million people on Facebook say they are going to do.
“Any attempt to illegally access the area is highly discouraged,” an anonymous Air Force official said to government media outlet NPR.
The Facebook Event “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” now has more than one million people saying they are “Going” and more than 850,000 people “Interested” as of press time.
The page lists September 20 at 3 AM Pacific Time as their Go Time. While it’s unlikely that all or most of the one million people would actually show up, is it possible that some people will show up and attempt to pull off this so-called Area 51 “raid”?
“We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens,” the group says.
The event’s popularity is more proof of the massive worldwide fascination with Area 51, UFO’s, and the idea that alien disclosures are going to be made sometime in the near future. Modern movies like “Independence Day” and “Men In Black” have used predictive programming to convince many millions of people that the government is harboring alien secrets that they are withholding from us for our own protection.
Clearly, something is going on at Area 51 that has not been made public.
Former president Bill Clinton hinted at the possibility of a one-world government forming in opposition to an alien invasion, saying on Jimmy Kimmel Live: “If we were visited someday, I wouldn’t be surprised, I just hope it’s not like Independence Day, the movie, that it’s a conflict. May be the only way to unite this increasingly divided world of ours. If they’re out there, think of how all the differences among people on earth would seem small if we felt threatened by a space invader…”
Tucker Carlson recently grilled President Trump on UFO’s, and the president left the door open to the possibility of their existence.
John Podesta is way into aliens.