Friday, April 27, 2012


 Imagine a couple of Pentagon burocrats looking for something to do in a winter evening.
One of them suggest the idea  of writing  something about contingencies for an...alien invasion.
They do it, why not?
Now comes the transformation of a factoid in fact. Read below please, thanks.
What follows belongs to an article post by Michael Salla under this title.

Is the Pentagon anticipating an alien invasion?

Toronto, Canada [ZNN] Professor Paul Springer from the U.S. Air Command and Staff College has been authorized by his employers to discuss US military plans to respond to an alien invasion.

Springer’s statement, according to research by Dr. Michael Salla of the Exopolitics Institute, reveals that the Pentagon does indeed have contingency plans in place to react to an alien invasion.

The fact that a US government agency like the Pentagon would entertain such a scenario could be considered a reaction to documentation by former military personnel that craft of unknown origin have been captured on radar and have indeed intruded upon restricted air space over nuclear installations.

The Pentagon’s alien invasion contingency plan also appears to contradict the US Air Force stated position that no intrusion by craft of unknown origin – reported, investigated or evaluated – was ever an indication of a threat to national security.