posted on Sep, 26 2006 @ 10:36 PM
Good question! Of course the anti-war folks don't want the public to know how many of the U.S. casualties in Iraq are actually aliens! From what my
sources tell me, it's a large portion.
Please keep in mind that I'm not making light of those brave men and women in our armed forces who have given their lives for our country. I'm
making light of the thought of aliens fighting in our military.
Granted, I can imagine if aliens are in contact with our government(s), that there's a chance they are sharing technology with our military. I do
find it extremely unlikely that aliens would actually take part in the war in Iraq on a soldier-type level. Could you see humans ever volunteering to
take part in an alien vs. alien war with a significant number of casualties?
The only situation where I could see aliens actually taking part in ground combat is if there is an epic battle in which the aliens have a stake in
the outcome. I could also see humans taking part in an alien vs. alien war if we had a stake in the outcome of that battle. But I don't think that
our war in Iraq, at this point, is a life or death situation for the existence of the United States. Obviously if our very survival as a nation
depended on defeating our enemies in Iraq, we could pull out all the stops and simply level the country. I don't doubt our chances of success in
Iraq, it's just a question of how far we will have to go and how ruthless we will have to fight in order to obtain victory.
So... aliens fighting as ground troops in Iraq? Highly unlikely. Aliens storming the beaches at Normandy would be a more likely scenareo in my
book, especially considering all the stories we've seen on here about alien involvement in WWII on both sides. Whether any of those accounts are
true remains to be seen.