Area 51


I heard this on my online world service radio this morning—The secret service has finally let the cat out of the bag regarding the long-drawn speculations and mystery surrounding this place called Area 51.

To quote Wiki–“The intense secrecy surrounding the base has made it the frequent subject of conspiracy theories and a central component to unidentified flying object (UFO) folklore. Although the base has never been declared a secret base, all research and occurings in Area 51 are Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information.”

Nope. No UFO or alien abductions and experiments by the government and such stuff. It was just a place to research and develop a spy plane called U2 that was used to spy on another “super-power” nation during the Cold War. *yawn*

But what boomed at me was this remark by the interviewee that went along the lines of–“The more the government did not acknowledge and address the mistaken speculations the more they grew.”

My take on this–“The more we live our lies, the more we suffer.”

And here’s another “head-scratcher”—my brother just told me that Neil Armstrong’s moon landing could be one big fat hoax! I had goose bumps when he was telling me what he found out on the Internet. There was even a documentary on all the discrepancies found on the videos and footage pictures—discrepancies on lightings and shadows, landscape limitations, fake props, the lack of the lunar-lander’s effects on the terra firma, etc., etc. (You’re gossiping, Joy…let me live a little, will ya!…anyway, here—have a pinch of salt.)

“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind?” Hmm…more like, “One step forward, two steps back.”

My take—“If we do not acknowledge The Truth, we are going nowhere.”