Former CIA Director John Brennan On The Possibility Of Extraterrestrial Life
The government does not technically like the “UFO” term and instead loves to use the “unidentified ariel object” or UAF term. Likely to keep out of the science fiction area. This is often the name that military officials or people within the intelligence community will use. One of those people is the former CIA Director, John Brennan. In December 2020, he was pressed on the UFO phenomena in an interview with Tyler Cowen.
Brennan seemed almost tortured to admit it, but claimed, “some of the phenomena we’re going to be seeing continues to be unexplained and might, in fact, be some type of phenomenon that is the result of something that we don’t yet understand. That could involve some type of activity that some might say constitutes a different form of life.” It is not surprising that he felt odd and tortured to say it. To even assume such a thing is possible seems crazy, and Brennan knew it. But pressed, knowing that he now could freely admit to more than ever before, he let out what many had been assuming for decades.
The Former Director Of U.S. National Intelligence John Ratcliffe Agrees
John Ratcliffe served as the Director of U.S. National Intelligence under the Trump Administration from 2020 to 2021. He spoke with Fox News about the recent UFO information. While a lot of the UFO info tends to revolve around unexplainable objects that very well could have been made by another nation, it is unknown. The issue is that the American government did not want to talk about it or admit to anything. That is why Ratcliffe’s interview is so compelling. He told Fox:
“When we talk about sightings, we are talking about objects that have been seen by Navy or Air Force pilots, or have been picked up by satellite imagery. That frankly engage in actions that are difficult to explain, movements that are hard to replicate, that we don’t have the technology for. Or [they] are traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom.” A government intelligence person saying they do not know the meaning behind something is scary to some people, but for most of us, it’s refreshing honesty. Governments often assume they need all the answers, but they don’t.
While it might not be exactly what you think about when you think of the word “vault,” the Federal Bureau of Investigation has an “online” area where you can view UFO material. These documents were kept by the FBI and sealed until the American government forced the information to be publicized. Yet people have to be aware that not every instance of a UFO that was reported by someone was a true UFO. A lot of the reports were pranks or misunderstandings.
This gets hard to believe because the American Government, as referenced previously, loved to hide stuff from us. Therefore, even if something was truly nothing, it was hard for people to accept that. The FBI decided to put all of their vault information out there from 1947 to 1954. Some of it revolves around the pranks as well as real accounts of possible UFOs. Some even have details as to what the UFO sighted really was or could be. We recommend you check out their vault here.
The U.S. Navy Opened Formal Guidelines To Reporting UFOs In 2019
In 2019, the United States Navy made it clear to armed service members that they wanted to know if they encounter a possible UFO. Of course, they wanted legitimate material that could be recorded and studied. UFOs have been encountered by people in the U.S. Navy and Air Force many times over the years, but many times they would go unreported or be completely ignored entirely. These UFOs could be considered a national threat, even if they are not piloted by an alien species.
Some of the UFOs have been seen in sensitive airspace or near bases, which could be a big problem. Especially if they are near testing facilities. The Navy does not want people thinking that their formal process in recording UFO knowledge means they recognize the existence of aliens. Rather, it’s about national security concerns. Moreover, they do not want UFOs being ignored as science fiction nonsense when they very well could be something quite important, alien or not.
No matter what the American intelligence communities reveal in their reports to Congress about UFO encounters, one thing needs to be considered. The intelligence community ultimately started a lot of these conspiracy theories people have simply because they chose to keep things secret. Even stuff that had no reason to be secret. Why are they suddenly opening things up for discussion nowadays with UFOs though?
Ultimately, the American government knows that we’re in a more evolved time. They also know that countries are in the process of making new, major weapons and vehicles. Naturally, a lot of these things could harm American citizens as well as our allies. We are better off reporting a UFO than not because it can help national security. Sure, just about everyone wants these UFOs to be piloted by an extraterrestrial species. However, it is more likely piloted by some dude with an engineering degree in Stockholm. Does that suck to know? Of course. But the truth is not always glamorous.