A Secret UFO War Is It Plausible or Out and Out Real?

[dropcap]There[/dropcap] have been early indicators as well as contemporary incidents that hint at an ominous development of global and interplanetary proportions that lead us on the trail of a secret war with UFO’s. There are numerous corroborative events that hint at massively deployed operations of military acts, losses of life, and witness testimony that lead us to an ultimately beyond the top secret status of interplanetary war from a hostile alien origin. Yet, so high on the spectrum of secret magnitude that very few are ever allowed an insight into such compartmentally controlled evidence. According to veterans who have given testimony, books written by credible sources, and documented incidents, it seems that some kind of hostility exists between two civilizations in which at least one of those factions appears to be virtually unaware that their planet is engaged in an ongoing conflict with another world. Those who appear to be unaware would be us. We can’t speak for the other side of the equation, only that it appears that hostilities, secret technology, and an intelligence black out seem to be effectively underway and operating as proposed.

Evidence of the unthinkable hard to deny

There is a historic timeline that tends to corroborate this seemingly far reaching mindset that seems to quite adequately justify a government wide deployment of national; assets on a need to know basis, with a global front against an alien aggressor or perhaps aggressors, who want something we have, or are struggling with the fact that even though they have superior technology they are not able to wrestle control of our planet or its resources away from us. Or, does it get even more foreboding than that? Are we actually locked in combat with a race that only has partial control, that they can abduct humans, mutilate cattle, cause certain types of infrastructure disruption, but can’t ultimately force us to their whim because, after all, we are not so helpless, we are very good at militarism for a primitive species, and they (the alien aggressors) would have to engage us on a much more committed form of warfare than they are prepared to sacrifice for.

Do we have the tools for effective global defense?

Not to mention the fact that we have already developed fairly sophisticated means of nuclear warfare with the delivery system to convey that deadly form of warfare against our enemies, defeating us would be no cake walk. Certainly they would know by our violent and bloody history that we are capable of using all types of weaponry available to us to the point of destroying our planet, or at the least, making it inhospitable or unprofitable to exploit this sphere after such destructive measures have been executed. Perhaps even our logic fails to make sense to them as well. So, perhaps, at least in theory, we have established a possible Mexican standoff with these extraterrestrial invaders as I‘d like to describe them.

History that remains hidden from the books

Now, let us peer into recent technological history and look for indicators of a secret human alien conflict that has been isolated from general knowledge or at least from the mainstream news services and yet is being conducted on some scale of limited aggression or an unpredictable global scale of hostility in an intermittent fashion which would probably make more sense from a realistic economical standpoint. We can easily put ourselves in the place of hostile aliens and ask how could you possible deploy an expeditionary force on an interstellar or extra-solar level without great expense, time, and resources that would most likely dictate a different kind of strategic approach. Tactics that would probably be more sporadic instead of overpoweringly significant. Especially in the case of dealing with a more primitive species capable of destroying their own planet with mass weapons in the event that they perceived themselves as losing the war. In such case, deploying very destructive weapons would also necessitate respect and a contingent plan on the part of even a more technically advanced invader. And I think this is where the premise lies-limited warfare from great distances for the invaders.


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