posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 05:22 AM
While I am sure this topic has probably been tossed around I thought it would be refreshing to start a new discussion on this.
Recently I happened to stumble on some very important events that I feel would support my theory on the fact that U.F.O's are not all just silent
observers. The first two were discussed on Larry King Live and to give you a short synopsis.
*The first a UFO was responsible for the deactivation of missiles at a base.
*The second during a rocket mock test with a fake war head. In a film recording the various stages of the rocket a UFO can be seen shooting the
warhead then flying away and the war head tumbles down to earth.
*The third is the NASA footage that shows a UFO speeding off to avoid and attack from earth. You can see this clearly!
*The fourth was a UFO attack in the 1970's in a Brazilian village where two women even lost there lives. This was extensively documented by the
Brazilian Air Force, Later when the commanding officer spoke about the (still confidential) event he was found dead.
The nature of these events coupled with that fact that I would assume most living creatures have self preservation, species longevity, and maybe
species superiority aspects to there thinking processes and If we were to use earth as a model of possible evolutional paths most species would
normally take (IE Surviving, Predators vs. Prey ecosystem causing evolutional advances) We would assume that at the very least we can assume
hostility. Rather than speculate a peaceful race of "Scientist" like creatures, lets assume they are more like what the Europeans (Neo-Americans)
were to the Native Americans. (Also for the sake of discussion)
Now there is no question whether they are here or not but I do take solace that hey have been around for a really long time. We might even be a
product of there visitation but in case of a full blown attack what do we do? Or rather what SHOULD we be doing?
I really think that the discussion on UFO's need to evolve to discuss a preemptive stance for humanity. If they really are "friendly" the no
worries right? but if they're not..