I always thought there was something really weird and highly suspicious about the 'official story' (when would there NOT be, when 'official stories'
are in question..?) about the whole Stealth Fighter business.
First there are rumours about this very cool-looking, aerodynamically superb, almost a bit 'saucer-shaped' stealth fighter, called the F-19. They even
made a computer game based on it! A really good game, too - I certainly have fond memories of the exciting moments spent playing that game. It was
called "Project: Stealth Fighter", and the computer platform was Commodore 64.
Project: Stealth Fighter in Lemon64
(It says "F-19" in the first of the three cover images, but that's a long story - the point is that the name of the game really is "Project: Stealth
Fighter", so don't let that bother you)
There were also other versions for other computers, like "F-19 Stealth Fighter" for the DOS and Amiga, but the strange thing about those games was
that you could at first choose between the F-19 and F-117A..
F-19 Stealth Fighter in LemonAmiga
.. and then only choose the F-117A in the 'sequel'.
Nighthawk F-117A Stealth Fighter 2.0 in LemonAmiga
It's like they faded out the F-19 this way. Very sneaky. Of course, the name of this new game is "Nighthawk F-117A Stealth Fighter 2.0". No more
F-19. Why not? It was good enough to be flown in previous games, why suddenly erase it from existence? I mean, it doesn't matter whether the plane
actually exists or not, it could still be fun to fly in a computer GAME.
But no. Is there a reason for this? Could it be they wanted to replace the image and memory of F-19 with the F-117A, so whenever people think about
"Stealth Fighter", they would always think of F-117A instead of F-19?
In my opinion, the sudden appearance of the F-117A was really odd. It looked really clunky and impractical, and not very aerodynamic at all. It didn't
look "cool" to me, and something felt really wrong.
Then the public was told that there WAS NO F-19, and that the REAL stealth fighter is the F-117A! Everyone was supposed to think and talk only about
F-117A, and forget the "silly" F-19 dream.
But we ARE talking about secret technology. If I was building a secret airplane, and facts about that airplane somehow leaked to the public, and
someone made a computer game based on that leaked information - I know I would do exactly what 'they' did.
I would introduce a DECOY plane, state that THAT is the real thing, and guide and direct all possible attention to it, while categorically denying
that there is any truth to the rumours of the actual plane.
Then I'd be free to plan, design and build it in peace, while everyone would ridicule people who would even DARE raise the question that the F-19
might be an actual, real plane.
I always figured that the closer the Earth technology comes to the otherworldly technology, the closer to the typical "UFO" or "Saucer" shape that
tech would seem. F-19 is a lot closer in shape to the typical 'saucer' craft shape than the clumsy-looking F-117A.
I am not going to even talk about the later Stealth Bombers that were featured in numerous movies, computer and video games, etc. I am sure that the
secret technology is just that - SECRET. The publicly announced technology is probably - at least logically thinking - just decoys so that the public
would feel like they know something neat, when in fact, all they know is just delusions designed to derail their interest from the real secrets to
I don't have any real information about this topic, I merely wanted to add my experience about this whole topic throughout these years - in the hope
that it might be worth something to someone. Something always felt wrong to me about that whole "F-19 -> F-117A"-switcheroo.
I mean, why design something so beautiful and obviously aerodynamically near-perfect, and then scrap it completely and then change the name and then
create something completely awful-looking, both visually and aerodynamically? WHY would anyone in their right mind do that?
No one has ever really explained these decisions, or given any satisfactory, logical answers to these questions (and I doubt anyone will, because
there is something fishy about the whole thing).
Something is not right - it's all based on an intuitive feeling - and the intuition tends to be right. Everyone's intuition. But people don't always
make the distinction between intuition and other things - that leads to mistakes.
The point is - I am convinced the F-19 is real, and that they simply covered it up with these awful decoys, and the public and the media swallowed
their lies instantly and without question. Especially the computer and video game magazines tend to trust the "authorities" blindly.
Yeah, it's wise and intelligent to trust the entities, corporations, governments and military-industrial complexes that have always lied to the