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Several classified Pentagon videos of alleged encounters between the U.S. Navy and Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon/ UFOs were leaked to filmmaker and investigative journalist Jeremy Enyon Lockyer
The videos he obtained contained exclusive never before seen encounters with triangular shaped flying objects, as well as a more spherical object that was witnessed coming out of the water and into the sky. The UFO phenomenon has garnered more valid attention in recent years since Pentagon officials came forward to admit that the Defense Department has a continuing program to monitor the UFOs, or as it is now called Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon.
Several U.S. sources familiar with the classified videos have confirmed to SaraACarter.com that the videos obtained by Corbell are authentic and that an investigation into who leaked the videos is ongoing.
originally posted by: IAMALLYETALLIAM
The longest running joke on ATS.
How many predictions need to fail before you all realise this is just ridiculous?
Haven't logged in for months. Back to the shadows now.
originally posted by: BlissSeeker
Black eyed kids where the biggest joke.
For sure the world is not getting the full story
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: fiverx313
Inclusive Theory might work in the civilian sector, but it's a pointless endeavor in the military. This type of crap has come up before, and guess what? No body cared enough about it to make it a hard-lined must do thing. It's just nonsense political crap being tossed at our members in the military for the sake of looking good as a policy.
In the military if so-and-so doesn't want to be called something, then they get either a nickname or just addressed by their last name. It's not a big deal. To make a policy though is stupidity at it's worse. It's like the whole ban on gays in the military. It wasn't anything anyone cared about until some politicians made an issue about it.
This nonsense about pushing Inclusive Theory on everyone is just plain old political crap. Trying to make a positive spin on it just isn't going to work. Because if a groups can't be called "lads" then what about "Mud Rats", "S-heads", "Maggots" or many of the other names that military personal get called in training and around the barracks? Do those terms go away now too since they might also "offend" someone?
originally posted by: onehuman
Do you guys think Q knew the day that would be the last post, or did something happen? I wonder if they know or estimated how many of us would stay in the game to keep the momentum going and how many would throw in the towel. Are those of us that stayed the critical mass? We reached the point it was okay for Q to bow out or that was the day planned regardless?