Originally posted by ADVISOR
If they are dug in and already here, then guerilla tactics are going to be needed. We better start reading up on the Vietnamese and current
tacticians, because they have proven to be the best at what they do.
I agree with using guerilla tactics for those who are established in fortified underwater and underground full-scale operational bases. In referencing
the well-known skirmish between federal security forces and aliens at the Dulce Facility - whereby the former lost - it is wise that we don't attempt
any rebellion on and in the ground (and in the water) until we can at least match their small arms weapons
Out in the open, they clearly have the advantage in air superiority with their hundreds if not thousands of spherically-shaped, cylindrically-shaped
and saucer-shaped probes that have been reported to not only be used for surveillance but for releasing energy-based weapons - the well-known
paralysis beams - as a precursor to an abduction. It is not much of a stretch to consider that their probes have various other energy-based weapons at
their disposal; like the red beams from alien craft that has been reported to cut through walls, the green antigravity beams that have been known to
disrupt aircraft instrumentation (e.g., on helicopters) and which acts almost like a tractor beam, and also advanced electromagnetic pulse (EMP)
weapons that have been known to disable automobile engines and advanced computers.
It also doesn't require a leap in logic to consider that they have all the high-tech weapons that we know our own military has - like particle beams
- but more advanced versions.
Recent battles in the Middle East have shown that those who control the skies ultimately win the battle. Getting to the aliens in their bases would be
difficult but far easier than going toe-to-toe with them in the air and in space, whereby we would be quickly overwhelmed, even if we had our own
fleet of hundreds of cloaked and antigravity wave propelled spacecraft.
Envision if you will thousands of highly sophisticated probes descending onto every military base and naval warship on this planet. I really think it
would be like that. The alien commanders would stay safe and secure thousands of miles away in their fortified bases and on their one to three mile
wide Dropa Stone-shaped, triangular-shaped, and rectangular-shaped mother ships.
As far as another alien race invading, I highly doubt it. The one already here would prevent that from happening. I'd be willing to bet that there
have already been extraterrestrials from distant systems - perhaps even from another galaxy - that have attempted to enter our atmosphere and were
stopped, even destroyed, by Zetan forces.
Command and control of a large farm for harvesting entails being quarantined.
Not trying to sound defeatist here, but I really don't think that any major rebellion should be attempted until a significant advantage is achieved,
and I don't believe that that will occur at all in the realm of physically-based technology. The Zetan-aliens are too far ahead of us in industrial
capability as well as in overall technology.
The answer, I believe, is to be found within the spiritual realm, the one and only flaw within the vast military machine of The Zetan Empire.
[edit on 5-6-2006 by Paul_Richard]