"Chinese spy balloons" Learn about the controversy over flying objects in America

"Chinese spy balloons" Learn about the controversy over flying objects in America After the Chinese spy balloon that was shot down by American fighters on February 4, and other flying objects that followed were shot down over America and Canada over the past weeks, UFOs have become the main concern of the American and international media.  After the shooting down of the Chinese airship, which was suspected of practicing espionage, near the coast of the US state of South Carolina, the US Department of Defense shot down three unidentified flying objects, respectively, in the United States and Canada. Unlike the first balloon, whose ownership was returned to China, the identity of the other three balloons and their source of arrival were not disclosed, which raised many questions about these "unidentified flying objects".  The still-looming mystery of what UFOs are, has added fuel to the decades-old debate about UFOs from distant galaxies and the conspiracy theories that accompany them. While some believe that these events are only a preliminary introduction to the remarkable information that will be revealed in the near future.  While some attribute this remarkable information to "guests from the galaxies", others attribute it to the satellite wars between the United States and China.  Chronology of events  The story began in early February, when the United States spotted a balloon flying at a high altitude in the sky of the United States. While Washington said that it was a Chinese balloon used for espionage purposes, Beijing denied these allegations and said that it was a balloon for air studies that deviated from its course and entered by mistake into US airspace.  After the Chinese airship was shot down on February 4, on February 10, US fighters shot down another UFO over Alaska, while Pentagon officials said the UFO "had no apparent control or guidance systems," according to a newspaper report. British Guardian .  On February 11, the United States cooperated with the Canadian Ministry of Defense to shoot down a “high-altitude flying object” over the Canadian Yukon Territory, about 160 kilometers from the American border, which the two countries said represented a “danger to civil air traffic in the region.” It is cylindrical in shape and smaller than the first balloon.  On February 12, out of caution, the US shot down a fourth UFO over Lake Huron in Michigan, a senior US administration official told The Guardian.  "It has nothing to do with espionage."  On February 15, Reuters reported that the White House said that there was no indication that the three flying objects, which were detonated in the sky by the US military about two weeks ago, were linked to alleged Chinese espionage. Spokesman John Kirby said the objects could be "associated with commercial or research entities, and therefore benign". But at the same time, he indicated that no company, organization or government has yet called for the recovery of these objects.  China has denied using the airship, which was destroyed by a US fighter earlier this month, for espionage, saying it was just a weather-monitoring balloon that had derailed, and accusing the United States of "overreacting".  While U.S. and Canadian officials have yet to locate or recover any debris from the three downed UFOs, the commander of U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, Gen. Glendy Vanherk, said the object dropped over Lake Huron was "kind of like a gas balloon," or "A kind of system that works by payment." He added that he does not rule out that these objects come from outside the planet.  "guests from galaxies"  According to Reuters, VanHerk said when asked about the connection of the three flying objects that were shot down by American fighters to aliens, he said: "I do not rule out anything .. I will leave it to the intelligence community to reveal the truth about it," and added: "At this stage we continue to evaluate every threat or any danger." An unknown potential approaching North America is trying to identify it."  Speaking to TRT Haber , Director of the "ASEAN" Center of Istanbul Gedik University Sibel Karabel said that UFOs first entered the world's agenda with the Second World War. Noting that NASA and the US Department of Defense have changed their terminology related to UFOs in recent years to become "unknown weather phenomenon" instead of "unidentified flying object".  It is reported that in 2020, the US military declassified photographs of unidentified objects seen by US pilots in previous years. And while the Pentagon created a unit called the Unidentified Weather Task Force, and then turned it into the Identification, Management and Synchronization of Atmospheric Objects group, NASA announced that it would form a study group in 2022 to study unidentified atmospheric phenomena.  It is known that there has been a great deal of confusion among Americans since the 1940s and 1950s about UFOs, sometimes accompanied by fear, sometimes anxiety and curiosity. Statistics indicate that the percentage of believers in the existence of UFOs in the United States has increased from 40% in 2019 to 50% in 2021.

After the Chinese spy balloon that was shot down by American fighters on February 4, and other flying objects that followed were shot down over America and Canada over the past weeks, UFOs have become the main concern of the American and international media.

After the shooting down of the Chinese airship, which was suspected of practicing espionage, near the coast of the US state of South Carolina, the US Department of Defense shot down three unidentified flying objects, respectively, in the United States and Canada. Unlike the first balloon, whose ownership was returned to China, the identity of the other three balloons and their source of arrival were not disclosed, which raised many questions about these "unidentified flying objects".

The still-looming mystery of what UFOs are, has added fuel to the decades-old debate about UFOs from distant galaxies and the conspiracy theories that accompany them. While some believe that these events are only a preliminary introduction to the remarkable information that will be revealed in the near future.

While some attribute this remarkable information to "guests from the galaxies", others attribute it to the satellite wars between the United States and China.

Chronology of events

The story began in early February, when the United States spotted a balloon flying at a high altitude in the sky of the United States. While Washington said that it was a Chinese balloon used for espionage purposes, Beijing denied these allegations and said that it was a balloon for air studies that deviated from its course and entered by mistake into US airspace.

After the Chinese airship was shot down on February 4, on February 10, US fighters shot down another UFO over Alaska, while Pentagon officials said the UFO "had no apparent control or guidance systems," according to a newspaper report. British Guardian .

On February 11, the United States cooperated with the Canadian Ministry of Defense to shoot down a “high-altitude flying object” over the Canadian Yukon Territory, about 160 kilometers from the American border, which the two countries said represented a “danger to civil air traffic in the region.” It is cylindrical in shape and smaller than the first balloon.

On February 12, out of caution, the US shot down a fourth UFO over Lake Huron in Michigan, a senior US administration official told The Guardian.

"It has nothing to do with espionage."

On February 15, Reuters reported that the White House said that there was no indication that the three flying objects, which were detonated in the sky by the US military about two weeks ago, were linked to alleged Chinese espionage. Spokesman John Kirby said the objects could be "associated with commercial or research entities, and therefore benign". But at the same time, he indicated that no company, organization or government has yet called for the recovery of these objects.

China has denied using the airship, which was destroyed by a US fighter earlier this month, for espionage, saying it was just a weather-monitoring balloon that had derailed, and accusing the United States of "overreacting".

While U.S. and Canadian officials have yet to locate or recover any debris from the three downed UFOs, the commander of U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, Gen. Glendy Vanherk, said the object dropped over Lake Huron was "kind of like a gas balloon," or "A kind of system that works by payment." He added that he does not rule out that these objects come from outside the planet.

"guests from galaxies"

According to Reuters, VanHerk said when asked about the connection of the three flying objects that were shot down by American fighters to aliens, he said: "I do not rule out anything .. I will leave it to the intelligence community to reveal the truth about it," and added: "At this stage we continue to evaluate every threat or any danger." An unknown potential approaching North America is trying to identify it."

Speaking to TRT Haber , Director of the "ASEAN" Center of Istanbul Gedik University Sibel Karabel said that UFOs first entered the world's agenda with the Second World War. Noting that NASA and the US Department of Defense have changed their terminology related to UFOs in recent years to become "unknown weather phenomenon" instead of "unidentified flying object".

It is reported that in 2020, the US military declassified photographs of unidentified objects seen by US pilots in previous years. And while the Pentagon created a unit called the Unidentified Weather Task Force, and then turned it into the Identification, Management and Synchronization of Atmospheric Objects group, NASA announced that it would form a study group in 2022 to study unidentified atmospheric phenomena.

It is known that there has been a great deal of confusion among Americans since the 1940s and 1950s about UFOs, sometimes accompanied by fear, sometimes anxiety and curiosity. Statistics indicate that the percentage of believers in the existence of UFOs in the United States has increased from 40% in 2019 to 50% in 2021.
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