Congress admits not all UFOs are 'man-made' and threats are rapidly increasing

Jenny Medlicott

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Congress admits not all UFOs are 'man-made' and threats are rapidly increasing

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After years of alleged cover ups and denials, it seems as if US congress has admitted in a roundabout way that not all UFOs are made by humans, alongside the suggestion that threats from these objects are on the rise.

Theories and accounts of UFOs have existed for countless years now, but the legitimacy of these claims has never been confirmed by the experts over at the Pentagon.

But in an unexpected turn of events, congress have inadvertently said in a recent report that some UFOs, or as they’re now officially termed, UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenons), aren’t all man-made.

This therefore means that some must be alien, right?

In a follow-up report to the Intelligence Authorisation Act for Fiscal Year 2023 (AKA the people in charge of the economic side to America’s secret operations), two unexpected claims are made.

Number one is 'cross-domain transmedium threats to the United States national security are expanding exponentially'.

US congress have said that not all UFOS - or UAPs - are man-made. Credit: Department of Defense
US congress have said that not all UFOS - or UAPs - are man-made. Credit: Department of Defense

Cross-domain transmedium threats refer to vehicles that have the capacity to move between air, water and space in ways that we can’t understand or do ourselves. Sounds pretty alien to me, that is, unless dogs are way more intelligent than we thought.

Number two is that, in this report, they’ve said they want to start 'distinguishing between man-made UAPs and one's that aren't man-made'.

And yep, the threats from these objects "are expanding exponentially.” But try not to worry because the Pentagon has it under control, as they’ve opened up an office specifically to assess any potential safety risks from these inhuman objects, over at the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO).

It also seems that UAPs are now being reclassified, so instead of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, they’re going to be referred to instead as Unidentified Aerospace-Undersea Phenomena.

Questions have been raised about why one branch of the US government has decided to make such an implication now on the subject of UFOs, after years of tiptoeing around the subject.

UFOS/UAPs have been sighted on numerous occasions in the past. Credit: World History Archive/Alamy Stock Photo
UFOS/UAPs have been sighted on numerous occasions in the past. Credit: World History Archive/Alamy Stock Photo

And while we may not have the answer, Marik von Rennenkampff, a Department of Defence official during Obama’s time in office, said in an op-ed for The Hill: "Make no mistake: one branch of the American government implying that UFOs have non-human origins is an explosive development."

So, it seems that although nobody has come out and said: "Some of these flying objects are definitely aliens". nobody’s denying it either.

And so, the mystery endures for us non-experts - well, until the next time some governmental officials decide to reveal some new and shocking info about the world of UFOs.

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Topics: News, UFO, Aliens, US News

Jenny Medlicott
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