posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 08:55 AM
I listened to an interesting podcast last night where Bob Lazar was discussed. What I found compelling was the speculation that the story was a
disinformation campaign. I've heard that before, but I had not heard anything that would justify or back up the claims. Well, according to the
person making the assumptions (Mack Maloney), here is the logic behind WHY it could have been disinformation:
1. Russians were using satellites to photograph Area 51 with great frequency.
2. US knew the satellite schedule and moved sensitive aircraft? into hangers prior to fly-overs
3. In order to lessen the frequency of these interruptions, a disinformation campaign was designed to direct the Russian intelligence's attention to
S4 (hence Lazar's Story).
4. It was then claimed that this ruse worked, allowing more time to test between fly-overs, because satellites were directed over S4 giving the secret
projects at Area 51 some much needed relief.
In addition, it was claimed that as of 2015, Lazar was selling products to the Pentagon, and in order to do so he would have had to have obtained a
defense contract. In order to obtain such contracts, security clearance must also be obtained. Would any agency worried about security allow a
"whistleblower" such as Lazar to posses a security clearance? Probably not.
Here is a link to the Podcast: PODCAST UFO: 332. Holiday Show with
Mack Maloney & Friends
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