Re: NWO & UFO
I've read about NWO and the UFO's or IFO's.
President Ronald Reagen,(watch out for another actor turned President Arnold the Barbarian in08)
Reagen would have UFO's in his speeches and was into/interested/belonged? to the Occult. I do not have the exact quote but it was along the lines of an extraterrestrial threat and humanity fending off the ET invaders... kinda like that Independence Day movie (illuminati propaganda)
It would be the NWO-Satan-Illuminati wild card to be played when their power structure is close to complete collapse.
So far they have defeated the Dictator mass murderer Hitler (which "they" all helped fund) Next enemy was communism (russia and china) and the cold war that controls the population through constant fear of MAD (mutual agreed destruction). Russia lost its "money" to an insane arms race and internal sabotage. NOW the US trades with China like they've been friends for a century. Next enemy please ... in comes Osama and terrorism .. who knows when this will end?? I don't have a clue ... I guess when the Axis of Evil meets its demise.
Germany was a place of pillaging after WW2. USA got its project paperClip .. the Nazi scientist and blueprints for new technology.
On a personal basis I have seen questionable objects in the sky with and without other witnesses. If you know of Nicola Tesla there is nothing, it seems , that is impossible.
Anyways here are some search tools, names places and times to check out for yourself:
google KeyWord search: nazi 3rd reich ufo
aircraft designer Rudolph Schriever
His claims are backed up by a 1975 Luftfahrt International Report that noted that after Shrieverís death in the late 1950s, papers found amongst his belongings revealed incomplete notes for a large flying saucer, a series of sketches of the machine and several newspaper clippings of himself and his alleged flying saucer. Up to his death, Schriever had repeatedly claimed that the UFO sightings since the end of the war were proof that his original ideas had been taken further with successful results.
That these events occurred is also supported by former CIA agent Virgil Armstrong who commented "We know that in the early parts of the war there were certain factions of the Allied forces that did not believe he had a secret weapon and it wasnít until the Americans made much emphasis of this that they began to look at it seriously and indeed did discover that Hitler not only had a secret weapon, he had what we would call today a UFO or spacecraft.
The efforts to maintain silence on the subjects of UFOs, ghosts, astrology, and Armageddon by White House staffers, however, were not always successful. Reagan was a big fan of the occult, so from time to time these items would appear in Reagan speeches. In a February 11, 1988 speech called, Remarks at the Annual Conservative Political Action Conference Dinner Reagan was able to get both ghosts and UFOs in the same speech. In the speech written for Reagan by Pulitzer Prize winning speech writer Tony Dolan Reagan said:
...By the way, something odd happened just before I got here tonight that I think you should know about. I got a message from Dave Keane reminding me that this was the eve of Lincoln's birthday-and suggesting I go upstairs and check on the ghost in Lincoln's bedroom. I did. And what do you know, there was Stan Evans dressed as Abe Lincoln. And he kept saying, "Listen to Jesse Helms.". . . Well, we conservatives have been in Washington now for a while and we occasionally need to remind ourselves what brought us here in the first place: our unshakable, root-deep, all-encompassing skepticism about the capital city's answer to the UFO, that bizarre, ever-tottering but ever-flickering saucer in the sky called "The Prevailing Washington Wisdom.
There were a great number of these UFO, ghost, and Armageddon references written into Reagan speeches. Whether the UFO comments were planned or slips of the tongue by Reagan, the first controversial UFO comment would not be made by Reagan but by a senior member of the National Security Agency, writing on Reaganís behalf.
On September 28, 1981, President Reagan received a letter from Major Ret. Colman VonKeviczky. VonKeviczky was the Director of the International UFO Galactic Spacecraft Research and Analytic Network (ICUFON). This group held that UFOs "represented an intergalactic task force that will destroy earth unless world leaders band together to end their hostile actions against UFOs."
The idea of a war against beings of another world also went back many years before Reagan became President. War hero General Douglas MacArthur spoke of "an ultimate conflict between a united human race and the sinister forces of some other planetary galaxy." Mayor Achille Lauro of Naples, Italy, quoted MacArthur as telling him, "the earth would have to make a common front against attack by people from other planets."
During the Nixon administration, there was open discussion inside the government about the potential threat from aliens coming to Earth. An article written by Michael Michaud, a career diplomat in the State Department, pointed out the Nixon administrationís worry about extraterrestrials:
Aliens from other solar systems are a potential threat to us, and we are a potential threat to them. Scientists and others have often postulated that extraterrestrial societies more advanced than ours would be less warlike. Regrettably, the stereotypes of the benevolent, super intelligent alien may be as unrealistic as the stereotype of the bug-eyed monster carrying off shapely human females. Even if a species had achieved true peace within its own ranks, it would still be worried about us, and would take the measures it felt were necessary to protect itself. This includes the possibility (not the inevitability) of military action . . . Our basic interest will be to protect ourselves from any possible threat to Earthís security . . . "