Over the years, aliens, UFOs, and whether or not they exist have been a hot topic of discussion.
Most people agree that they exist at this stage, though it will be a long time before we communicate with them.
Not to mention, when it comes to UFOs, the government has kept a low profile, but they do announce new cases when they become too clear to overlook.
Institutions such as the Pentagon, on the other hand, seem to have been hiding facts from the public for the most part.
The former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, Luis Elizondo, made some bold statements in a recent interview with the New York Post, claiming that members of the Pentagon religious object to the notion of aliens and therefore refuse to accept their existence.
Elizondo went on to state that these activities are highly shortsighted and could endanger a large number of people.
Although the government does not want to cause fear, there is no denying that if UFOs are not dealt with properly, they could become a national security threat.
There is no way to plan the population for a black swan incident if little information is exchanged.
“We are behind the curve in terms of power,” Elizondo explained. “We are aware that this issue is of interest to international adversaries in other countries. As a result, there is a real challenge from a national security standpoint.”
New information on UFOs is expected to be published in June, so we’ll have to make do with fantasizing about what could be out there until then.