Don't be a hater, I wanna believe too...
Russia vs United States: Cold War
During and before 1947, the US had been secretly testing supersonic aircraft, this was around the beginning of the programs. This program is
important, as the Russian's had been successfully producing better and better aircraft rapidly. It wasn't too long until these aircraft were starting
to be tested and not every one of them was a success, and this is of course, what became Roswell UFO crash, 1947. All of this just being a
predecessor to the great 'space race'.
This was very much so a 'war for the mind', so to say. The 'Cold War' was no joke, for those in marketing, entertainment, and so forth. I don't want
to come off as anti-american or a commy, but lol, is this just another chapter in the book Falsifiers of History?
The crash happened and people weren't suppose to know about it, so the military scrambled to move the pieces. Never admit to a thing, once the
following strategy was to be taken:
Turn what was a failure, and turn it into a PR piece.
Allow the public to call it a UFO.
Allow the Russians to speculate as to the US's newly acquired military capabilities.
Create a paradigm that further associated the US with 'state-of-the-art' military technologies.
All in attempts to destroy any notion that Russia ever had a chance, or will again.
The US left Pavel Sukhoi and the world, shaking in their boots.
The US government doesn't care that people think there was a UFO crash. They get a kick out of it. Especially when people talk about the possible
technologies derived from such a recovery. It's a win-win. How scary is it that the US might have some amazing spaceship technology just waiting for
the day when "we'll really need it".
I bet I'm closer to being right, than any theory that involves actual green men and flying machines from a galaxy far, far away.
edit on 15-2-2013 by retirednature because: sp