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This Former Air Force Officer Saying He Witnessed a UFO Disable Our Nuclear Arsenal Should Chill You to the Bone

Source - Former Air Force Captain Robert Salas allegedly had a wild experience with UFOs. 

In an interview with The Sun, Salas claimed to have been overseeing 10 nuclear missiles at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana when a UFO took them offline in 1967. 

Salas recently told The Sun the following in part about the alleged incident:

I was in charge of ten nuclear missiles at the time when a UFO came over and hovered over our facility and while it was hovering there it was seen by all our guards. I was underground 60ft, locked into a concrete capsule. It was reported to me directly by those guards. While the object was up there we lost all ten missiles due to guidance and control failure…This object, whatever it was, would have had to send a signal to each missile separately and disable the guidance system.

There you go, skeptics. Here's one for you, doubters. Put that in your bong and smoke it, contrarians who claim the UFO/UAP phenomenon is just bunch of urban legend nonsense, only believed by crackpot, conspiracy theorists and people out to make a quick buck off of naive rubes. How do you explain retired Air Force Captain Robert Salas? 

All he's done is confirm what has been a part of UFO reporting from the beginning. Not of UFO reporting; that goes back centuries. Christopher Columbus described seeing them in the 15th century. In 1776 a missionary named Silvestre Ve'lez de Escalante traveled through the territory of what is now the Skinwalker Ranch and wrote of "fireballs in the sky." Newspapers in the Old West referred to "flying airships." No, I'm referring to the abundance of UFO sightings around our nuclear facilities, including our top secret ones. 

Really since the Manhattan Project began testing the first atomic bomb in the mid-1940s, there has been an observable uptick in the sightings. I like to compare it to the way in "Star Trek: First Contact" the Vulcans came to Earth when they detected we'd achieved warp drive. Only more menacing. Since whoever is piloting these craft has a keen interest in the fact we'd discovered the power to destroy ourselves and end all life on this planet. And every once in a while they like to pull a move like this to demonstrate they have the power to stop us. 

Some people like to think these unexplained aerial objects are some advanced tech built by humans. Either on our side or some foreign adversary. Well you'd better hope that Captain Salas and I are right and it's not ours, the Russians, the Chinese or, say, the Swiss. Because once a nation has the power to completely pull the plug on another's arsenal and render it useless, they'll be all the more tempted to use it and obliterate their adversary any time the mood hits. At least if the ones with this power are neutrals from another world, dimension or time, there's a reasonable chance they won't choose sides. That they'll use it to prevent Judgment Day, not make it happen. 

But if you'd rather just believe people like this who have been at the highest levels of our national defense are mistaken, or just making all this up for shits and gigs, then you ought to really, truly, be afraid. Because that would be the worst scenario of all. Personally, after reading this, I think Space Force isn't such a stupid idea after all.