Why doesn't the USAF admitt it had made contact with Aliens. What is the big fuss? After all we know we are not alone in the univers?

Hello,

Recently the Pentago releaed photos of UFOs taken by Navy fighter pilotes. Why doesn't the US government admitt that they have been in contact with ET beings. Look, we can't be naive to think that we are the only ones in this vast universe, please tell us the truth. Why is the US government hiding this information?

https://eu.app.com/story/news/history/erik-larsen/...

Retired Air Force Major-General George Filer III In the freezing winter darkness of that day in January 1978, a bipedal creature, described as about 4 feet in height and grayish-brown in color, with a “fat head, long arms and slender body,” was shot to death with five rounds fired from a service member’s .45-caliber (military issue M1911A1) handgun. And of course we have the roswell incident.

Why is this classified? Let us know we have ET visitors and maybe we can establish some raport with them and they can be our friends...

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  • 1 month ago

    People lost their collective **** and started causing shortages of toilet paper in response to something as terrestrial and, in the grand scheme of things, normal as a viral outbreak. Now imagine what would happen with a discovery that invalidates religion. Prove of aliens mean that every single religion that explains creation is false and if that is false then so is the very ideological, ethical and philosophical foundation that 84% of the would bases itself upon. The result would be catastrophic anarchy.

    Don't get me wrong, disclosure will happen. The sheer amount of things that have been revealed in the last year and a half is evident of that but you can't just come out and say it. That would be a disaster. It has to be a gradual process.

  • Bill-M
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    FAKE NEWS.  Stop spreading it.

  • 1 month ago

    there are no aliens coming to earth

    anyone with a high school under standing of physics knows that

    the distances are just to great

    the closest star to earth is 11 years away, so thats about 12 years of light speed travel just to get here

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