Monday, March 30, 2009

Earth VS The Flying Saucers

According to Sorcha Faal at What Does It Mean.

US Warplanes Repel ‘Mysterious’ Attack On Washington D.C.

"A most curious report from Russian Space Forces (VKS) circulating in the Kremlin today states that over 75 United States Air Force Warplanes engaged in a battle off the Eastern Coast of the US to repel 5 ‘unidentified’ aircraft said streaking towards their capital city of Washington D.C. at Mach 1 speeds and which saw the loss of 2 US Fighter Jets of as yet ‘unknown’ type."
"These reports state that this is second battle the US Air Force has engaged in this past week with the previous attack occurring along their Western Coastal Regions which resulted in the destruction of the American’s most feared F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jet, but which the US reported as having ‘crashed’, and an ‘incursion’ over the skies of North Carolina which witnesses, likewise, reported as being a loud and mysterious boom."

"A similar fleet of these mysterious aircraft were also reported to have over flown the Australian capital city of Sydney which resulted in a massive power outage lasting for nearly 3 hours. "

Haha, isn't that a laugh, a whole shooting match going on and we're not being told about it on the MSM. How likely is THAT scenario? Haha.

It may be a joke except for one thing we are being told. Whenever something odd occurs, whenever there are mysterious sightings that can't be explained otherwise, and believe me about this one because I'm too old not to have noticed this over the years, it's always blamed on Russian space junk. It's a phrase that automatically should pique your curiosity because I guarantee it's a catchall cover story:

"The mysterious boom and flash of light seen over parts of Virginia Sunday night was not a meteor, but actually exploding space junk from the second stage of a Russian Soyuz rocket falling back to Earth, according to an official with the U.S. Naval Observatory."

Russian "Space Junk" - Caught In The Act

Fireball over central B.C. was Russian space junk

Space Junk Blamed for Space Station Noise

Russia's big satellite becomes space junk

Mysterious lights blamed on Russian space junk

Blame space junk for those flashes and booms

"The flashes and booms that people heard prompted calls to 911 and the National Weather Service late Sunday night.
According to WVEC.com, the calls were numerous enough for the National Weather Service to release this statement late Sunday night:
"Numerous reports have been called in to this office and into local law enforcement concerning what appeared to be flashes of light in the sky over the Suffolk/Virginia Beach area. We are confident in saying that this was not lightning...and have been in contact with military and other government agencies to determine the cause. So far...we have not seen or heard of any damage from this and will continue to inquire as to the cause."


ADDED - Read the 3rd comment, then take a look at this google street view from East London from Sunday.


7 Comments:

Anonymous Ricky said...

The truth is out there.

Ricky.

:^)

31/3/09 1:42 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

This could get very interesting.

31/3/09 7:02 AM  
Blogger chris said...

me and my son saw something strange in the sky on sunday night too, but in manchester, uk.
i took a picture of it on my phone and took a short video of it on my phone too
youtube:- 29 3 09 ufo me and chris saw

the pic has been posted on the david icke forum.

it was ball of light which was bright orange/yellow and looked at first like a flame or distorted sheild.
it was moving then stopping, then it changed direction before splitting into two, both the same size as the original??
one of them looked like it floated down to earth the other just seemed to slowly fade to nothing?

the whole episode was surreal.

31/3/09 11:13 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Very interesting, chris. Something indeed is going on and your experience is more proof.
Check the google street view pic I just posted, is that sort of what you saw?

31/3/09 10:48 PM  
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