For those that blindly follow what they read without applying logic, here is a breakdown of Michael Cohens' journalistic genius.
'Recently All News Web published this ground-breaking article revealing the Chengdu Military Zone as China’s ‘Area 51’.
Now further information has been revealed to confirm this to be the case. An event that might well leave UFO researchers pinching themselves has come
to light. High strangeness would be the correct term to describe what appears to be a bizarre co-incidence. An incident that almost entirely mirrors
the Roswell crash has been unearthed as happening in 1947 on 18 July in Chengdu!'
If anyone chose too read the 'ground-breaking article' which didn't reveal anything about China's 'Area51' but instead suggested that because
there where military jets (SU-27's) conducting exercises at an Air Force base, then there must be a connection between the military and UFO's.
But then again I can see how Michael could come up with that correlation between events, because what happened on a farm in China, on the 18th of July
in 1947 almost 'entirely mirrors the Roswell crash' (2nd of July in 1942). Even though there are two years between the two events, some similarities
remain; It happened in the same month (July) and a farmer was involved, the weather balloon will be mentioned soon.
'On July 18th 1947 a farmer near Chengdu found unusual remains of what appeared to be a crashed flying saucer or UFO in the fields. News spread
and locals congregated to see the bizarre UFO wreckage. The head of the Physics department of the local university, Professor Zeng Zhanhan, was asked
to analyse the wreckage along with other experts and a report was written up. The object was declared a UFO.'
Why did the farmer need the expert too come and look at it? According to Michael, the farmer 'found unusual remains of what appeared to be a crashed
flying saucer or UFO' on his farm. But then again we all need an expert to say 'Yep, that's a UFO.' unless it WAS a weather balloon, would the
farmer know what a weather balloon looked like, considering it was 1947?
'At this point the military and the police force stepped in and informed the academics that the wreckage was merely a weather balloon. Professor
Zeng Zhanhan was then ‘asked’ to retract his analysis and confirm the object to be a weather balloon.'
The farmer didn't know what it was, the Professor didn't know what it was (though apparently declared it was a UFO but not specificaly an Alien
The military knew what it was; A weather balloon.
'The US military was stationed at the time in Chengdu and it is believed they were involved in this cover-up.'
Though there haven't been any official statements made in regard to the involvement of the US Military, we should all just accept speculation and
rumour and assume that they were involved, besides it just adds substance too the story (and that's what the US Military does), doesn't it?
'The farmer, other witnesses and the professor were never satisfied with the ‘weather balloon’ theory.'
'Rumours still persist that it was a UFO of alien origin. Since then numerous UFO sightings have taken place in Chengdu.
The parallels with the Roswell are obviously striking if not almost unbelievable and will provide Ufologists food for thought for years to
Why would it be a rumour if the weather balloon theory wasn't valid?
I thought that this information comes from declassified files?
Where are the files?
Michael Cohen, he must thank God for the internet.
Thanks go to the OP for reminding me why I stay away from that site and ANYTHING that Michael Cohen writes.