reply to post by Juston
New York City is Nothing New. The UFOs there are of an already known about type reported first in
early 1977 in Colares Brazil. They were then reported by North Korea in July and August 1977.
The Brazilian Air Force (With the help of the NSA) investigated and determined these were Narco-Terrorist
Dirigible type Drones with engines based on Technology sold by traitors at Redstone Arsenal.
The North Koreans just called them U.S. Spy Aircraft.
There are 3 Documented types of Drones used by Narco-Terrorists today.
1. The type exposed in NYC [finally], fires microwave weaponry at people and aircraft. In Colares Brazil they
left "Small Pox type pustules" on the shoulders of victims. On the Korean DMZ we received the same type
injuries on our lower torsos and thighs. These drones are suspected as being what actually caused the Boeing
747 Crash out of Kennedy in the late 1990's and a grouping of other Airline Incidents nationwide. These are
shaped like an off-kilter triangle and have been photographed with Neo-Nazi/Teutonic ideograms and glyphs
around the edges in 1981by the U.S. Air Force..
2. The type that are similar to the cylinders seen over the mid-west and featured over Colorado flying in
slow moving formation. These fire microwave weaponry that interacts with the human neural systems.
There is one that sits stationary 2500 feet over the Statue of Liberty that is visible every evening.
In 1980 one crashed into a stadium in St Petersburg USSR when an extreme cold snap caused the
80% Hydrogen-20% Helium Gas to suddenly lose it's lift.
3. Last is the fun one. It is a ring foil craft that follows the jetstreams decoying national air defense
units of multiple nations. The Russians had hundreds of pilots who quit flying because of the annoyance
that these craft have wroght against them. The Russuans have hundreds of hours of film from Foxbats
and Fulcrums showing them trying to identify these craft.
When a Infra-red or ultraviolet laser or condition impacts with these dirigibles; they become visible during
SKB, Gysgt, USMC(Ret.)