posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 08:48 PM
Said it before on one of the 23 other threads about this particular book however i shall repeat it briefly here. If this was some author claiming it
was indeed of alien origin they would have been de bagged and then ritually intellectually disemboweled and dismissed, for the basic mistakes they
make in their simple understanding of the technology of the day and just being utterly wrong about basic terminology such a ^dirty bomb*.
I wouldn't be at surprised if, somewhere she makes the usual completely erroneous claim that the U2 photographed the missile silos on Cuba in 1962,
the truth being it was the far less sexy Crusader, although had that been widely known at the time, it might have brought into question why the CIA
was chucking millions of dollars on the albatross that was the U2 when its' 10 buck equivalent was doing just as good a job.
So far we have had, it's the Nazis, it's the Japanese and now it's the Russians. Who's next? The French? What was it, some kind of attempt to
surrender in Vietnam by means of crashing a multi million franc craft into Roswell?
Maybe it was us Brits and we were just having a giggle and playing silly buggers. Or maybe it was made by the Swedish firm Saab and was some kind of
incredibly labyrinthine joke that they have been secretly laughing about ever since. Is their anyone left who actually had something that could fly
that hasn't been blamed for it?
The bit you really need to know about Roswell is the following...
In January 1947 the Brits were visited by something that invaded its' sovereign airspace, performed some unbelievable manouevers and then vanished
from the Radar screens. When pressed for an explanation for this incursion by the scrambled egg wearing military and the PTB the Brits said... " It
was a weather balloon"... Now, strangely enough the Brits passed their , then secret, report onto the Yanks in ... June 1947...The rest i leave to
you to put together.
edit on 23-6-2011 by FireMoon because: grammar