“Intelligent life found our planet and came to it.” The Pentagon links UFO phenomena to aliens “Intelligent life found our planet and came to it.” The Pentagon links UFO phenomena to aliens

“Intelligent life found our planet and came to it.” The Pentagon links UFO phenomena to aliens

“Intelligent life found our planet and came to it.” The Pentagon links UFO phenomena to aliens

Director of the Pentagon's Office for Analysis of Anomalous Phenomena, Sean Kirkpatrick, did not rule out that UFO incidents were linked to aliens and technology from other countries alike.

Kirkpatrick, who will leave his position next month, said in an interview with Politico in response to the newspaper’s question: “This is a great question. I love this question. First, the best thing we can conclude from our work is to prove the existence of aliens, right? Because "If we don't prove the existence of aliens, then what we find will be evidence of other people doing things in our backyard and that's not good."

He continued, saying: “Secondly, from a scientific point of view: the scientific community will agree that it is statistically incorrect to believe that there is no other life in this universe, given that the universe is very huge, and there are many galaxies, star systems, and planets  and the search for the existence A life like this for us is considered part of the mission of the American space agency NASA.”

Kirkpatrick, who took charge of the agency he runs last July, added: “Nonetheless, the probability that this life is intelligent, that it found planet Earth, that it came to Earth, and that it repeatedly crashed on American soil, is not a very high probability . ”

Zakharova comments on the reports of the American authorities regarding unidentified flying objects
It should be noted that the aforementioned directorate of the US Pentagon has studied more than 800 cases of suspected sightings of unidentified flying objects.

Kirkpatrick also co-authored a draft of a leaked scientific paper suggesting that the unidentified objects his office was studying could be space probes exploring Earth. Kirkpatrick's deputy, Tim Phillips, will soon take over from his predecessor.

In the mirror of Gaza the United States is the most incapable power in the world

In an assessment of Washington's handling of what is happening in Gaza, the UnHerd portal saw that the United States is losing its credibility in the world at a disastrous pace.

The electronic newspaper describes the mistake of American policy regarding the Israeli-Arab conflict as being that talk in the White House is separated from action, while the resonant promises remain just talk.

The electronic newspaper goes further and says that the United States has today become the most powerless power in the world, due to its lack of influence, especially on the conflict in the Middle East, and that it generally supports bloodshed in Palestine, and its position regarding this issue is fragile.

Journalist Maxim Makarychev in the "RG" portal, in turn, believes that a "growing dispute" over the future of Gaza is escalating between the United States and Israel, noting that the Israeli war in Gaza raises "questions about how the coastal strip should be governed after the end of the fighting, which reveals... "A growing disagreement between American and Israeli officials over this issue."

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and other US officials had stated that Israel should not occupy the Gaza Strip and that the Palestinians should rule the Strip.

This statement came in light of the increasing hardening of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s positions on this issue, and his recent announcement of a “radical position,” meaning that Israel will impose its full control over Gaza “after the liquidation of Hamas” and the end of the war, and it does not intend to rely on international forces, as was reported. Previously in some circles.

John Kirby, spokesman for the White House National Security Council, reported last week that the United States was holding “active discussions” with the Israeli authorities regarding this issue, but he declined to talk about Israel’s specific intentions.

Paul Fritz, professor of political science at Hofstra University, commented on this ongoing dialogue between Washington and Tel Aviv by saying that what is happening between the two parties is a bargain between two allies seeking to achieve different goals, adding: “There are certainly serious differences between the United States and Israel. As well as other countries in the international system, but such quiet diplomacy that is taking place can bear fruit.”

The outbreak of the conflict around Gaza in a disastrous and bloody manner brought the issue back to the root of the problem, which is the long cessation of settlement efforts and the abandonment of its obligations by the United States, while the Israeli iron fist continues in the West Bank and around the Gaza Strip with a chronic, stifling siege.

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, in this context, saw “the need for serious negotiations to resolve the two-state problem.”

However, problems have accumulated from all sides, including questions about the extent of the Biden administration’s ability to undertake such a difficult and complex task, in light of doubts about the competence and independence of the American president, especially since an opinion poll conducted in early November by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, It showed that nearly two-thirds of Americans disapprove of the way Biden is handling the conflict between Israel and Hamas, while 60 percent of the Americans whose opinions were taken in the sample are generally dissatisfied with the way Biden is doing his job as president of the country.

Despite the uncertainty, opacity, and absolute support that Israel officially enjoys among Western countries, a growing number of experts warn that the United States and Israel are even losing the media war over Gaza, with the monopoly of major media outlets broken and popular alternatives to them emerging on the Internet.

In this context, speaking about the huge amount of contradictory news circulating about Gaza, the "defenseone" website uses a famous quote by the British preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon from the nineteenth century, where he says: “While the truth is putting on its shoes, a lie can cross half the world in its journey.”

Republican Senator Tim Scott withdraws from the US presidential race

Republican Senator from South Carolina, Tim Scott, announced his withdrawal from the US presidential election race.
“I love America today more than I loved it on May 22nd,” Scott said on Fox News, “but when I go back to Iowa, I will no longer be running for president. “Not now, Tim.”

The next US presidential election is scheduled for November 2024.

Former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and others are competing for the Republican nomination.

Joe Biden announced in April that he intends to run for re-election from the Democratic Party.

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