MoD Expert Warns to Watch for UFOs at Olympics
By Eddie Wrenn | DailyMail.co.uk
One of the UK’s top UFO experts has given his views on the likelihood of aliens suddenly appearing in our skies - and how the international community would respond.
Nick Pope, who has more than two decades under his belt at the Ministry of Defence, said mass summer events - like the Olympic Games in London - would be a prime time for crafts from otherworlds to present themselves to mankind.
He warned: ’With the summer of mass events we are all on high alert for terrorism. But we must also cast our eyes further afield and be prepared for even the most seemingly unfathomable.’’
Pope’s duties at the MoD included investigating reports of UFOs between 1991 and 1994, and says he began his research as a sceptic, before becoming convinced that the sightings raised important defence for national security and air safety issues.
Eyes to the skies: Nick Pope in front of the Jodrell Bank Observatory - home for several years to Britain’s part of the SETI Project.
He was particularly interested in cases where the witnesses were pilots, or where UFOs were tracked on radar, and said there were other believers among his former colleagues.
He said: ’It has been a widely held belief in Ministry of Defence circles that "aliens" have been able to detect us for decades via TV and radio broadcasts.
’What once seemed like science fiction is steadily being realised by central governing bodies as distinctly real.
’If aliens have studied our psychology, they may choose to appear in our skies on a significant date – the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games is one date being widely circulated by conspiracy groups.
’The atomic bombs detonated in the 1940s, and the rocket technology since developed would unquestionably have alerted nearby alien civilisations to our existence.
’On their arrival it is difficult to say what they would do: explore, help or destroy. Our resources make us quite a special threat.’
"A Tornado F3 flies past a Rapier missile set-up: These kind of defences could be used against an extra-terrestrial threat - although sure the Others would have better technology than us."
Hopefully, if aliens do come and introduce themselves to us, they come in a spirit of warmth, friendship and shared learning - but Pope said the government was also prepared for the worst scenarios.
He said: ’The government must - and has planned - for the worst-case scenario: alien attack and alien invasion.
’Space shuttles, lasers and directed-energy weapons are all committed via the Alien Invasion War Plan to defence against any alien ships in orbit.
’If UFOs came into our atmosphere, RAF jets such as the Eurofighter Typhoons, and missiles such as the Rapiers guarding the Olympic Games would be well equipped to enter the fray.
’And if the aliens landed, in an unprecedented move, I am in doubt that the entire Army would be join the fight.
’The TA and the Reserves would be called out and conscription potentially introduced. ’
Speaking about the cultural impact of aliens since the first widely-reported cases in the 1940s, he said: ’It is interesting to note that we are all in some ways equipped to deal with alien invasion - games such as Resistance: Burning Skies on PlayStation Vita help acclimatise people to the reality of extraterrestrial life - and in particular that they might be hostile.
’It is a widely held belief that classified information about weapons and tactics useful in combatting alien occupation are embedded into such gameplay.
’The primary flaw is our lack of knowledge - we are limited in the extent of what we know about the alien species.’
Pope’s role in the government was once described as ’working on the the X-Files of the UK’, and he has since published Sunday Times top ten non-fiction bestsellers, such as Open Skies, Closed Minds.
His final role at the MoD, held until 2006, was Directorate of Defence Security, and since leaving he has given lectures and TV interviews about his views on the existence of UFOs.
He added: ’Aliens may possess weapons or advanced technology we’ve no idea of. Aliens may have invisibility, a death ray, teleportation, force fields and other things we can’t even guess at.
’Beyond this, unity is key, but as history dictates, this is not so easy.
’The logical course is to unite the world against the alien threat, combining our military strength and fighting under the United Nations. But some countries might not fight.
’We saw this type of treachery and cowardice in the Second World War. Though some brave people joined the Resistance, much of France accepted Nazi occupation.
’The final and perhaps biggest flaw is preparation. With the summer of mass events we are all on high alert for terrorism. But we must also cast our eyes further afield and be prepared for even the most seemingly unfathomable.’
Article from: dailymail.co.uk
Ed Note: While the threat of ’extra terrestrial’ attendees at the Olympics is being speculated upon, we should also not dismiss the assured threats that these ’terrorism’ preparations include. Missiles, CCTV, armed soldiers, thousands of police - it all is coming together for a distinctly unnerving potential event, and not necessarily one that originates from space.
Everyone hopes that the 2012 Olympics will be a peaceful celebration of competition and physical prowess, but no matter what happens during the Olympics, the new ’normal’ for such gatherings seems to be official extreme (near paranoid) vigilance blended with surveillance cameras, reduced freedoms and rights, and public places bristling with weaponry - both traditional and modern.
Nick Pope says, "The logical course is to unite the world against the alien threat, combining our military strength and fighting under the United Nations. But some countries might not fight.
’We saw this type of treachery and cowardice in the Second World War. Though some brave people joined the Resistance, much of France accepted Nazi occupation."
Many other researchers suspect a faked alien threat is exactly the sort of narrative needed to make the final aggressive moves to world government. Resisting such moves are not ’cowardice’ - resistance is wise. It’s being careful. It’s not rushing headlong into bad decisions.
After 9/11, many people who questioned the motivations of the governments in their combined press to wage war on the Middle East were branded ’cowards’ and ’traitors’. But those dissenting voices were proved true, a decade later, when the lies of the governments and military were exposed. Questioning is not cowardice, but bravery.
Keep an eye on the skies, but realize that if something happens in London during the Olympics that is "off script", as researcher Ian R. Crane has said in his interview with RedIceRadio, "be very skeptical".
By Elizabeth Leafloor, RedIceCreations.com
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