Thursday, October 08, 2009

Iran Shoots Down a Ufo - big news

I mentioned the other day that Ufos would been seen more often as the nuclear missile conflict with Iran increases and now it was happened. Now Iran has reported shooting down an unidentified flying object successfully.
As you may know Ufos have a long history of monitoring and disabling hostile nuclear operations worldwide (most governments know this and thus why Ufos are a national security issue).
So what could the repercussions be of Iran's actions if the objects are not of Earth origin ? Please comment on this serious issue...

This event coming to light now even as diplomats from Iran and The United States will begin another stage of talks this week at the U.N. General Assembly. Will the talks on Tehran's nuclear program and international diplomacy be affected? This largely depends on the source of the mysterious glowing craft which the Iranian Royal Guard Coastal Air Defense destroyed. Suspecting the quickly moving, glowing trio of being spy planes, the Royal Guard fired upon them, getting a direct hit on one. "Glowing objects were sighted over the Persian Gulf. IRGC air defense targeted one of the objects successfully, forcing it to plummet and sink in the seas off Boushehr (Province)..." Brigadier Ali Razmjou reported. He went on to add in a Monday update posted on IRNA, ""The three bright objects were detected by our radars when flying over the Persian Gulf Islands of Khark and Khargou," It is also reported, that the debris from this craft fell into the sea, and could have been carried anywhere by currents. According to the report, these objects did have an incredible ability to evade tracking and when fired upon danced out of the way. Of the three objects, two evaded attacks and sped out of sight and radar range.

This isn't the first time, however, that Iran has made UFO headlines. In fact, one of the best documented sightings of all time occurred in 1976 when there was a radar as well as visual sighting of a UFO over Tehran. Two F-4 jet interceptors were dispatched to investigate and possibly shoot down the unknown radar blip, when suddenly a burst of electromagnetic interference incapacitated two of the F-4's independently, causing them to lose instrumentation and communications. These systems were restored once the F-4's managed to pilot away from the mysterious hovering objects. One F-4, as it was preparing to fire on the object, lost its weapons systems. The incident was covered and documented in full detail in a DIA report circulated around the White House, Secretary of State, Joint Chiefs of Staff, National Security Agency, and the Central Intelligence Agency. Several high ranking Iranians in both the military and political machine stated on public record that they firmly believed the incident was due to interference by extraterrestrial craft. Then, on January 10th, 2007, Iran once again entered the paranormal community's spotlight when the Fars News Agency reported that, according to eyewitnesses, a 'radiant' UFO had gone down in the Barez Mountains of Kerman.


Anonymous said...

Suddenly earthquakes and other calamities have increased.
We are unaware of what's happening beyond the always-clouded sky. CNN speaks of the moon bombing:
A lady was visited by 14 extraterrestrials, and she has interesting things to say about the earth.

rndr said...

hmmmm.... okay.... maybe it's my cynisism regarding ALL western reporting regarding Iran, but this almost sounds as too much of a coincidence. Haven't we heard enought political Iran-bashing the past few weeks? Could it simply be an American unmanned spyplane or something else of a more earthly origin?

Iran has invited UN officials to inspect their nuke-facilities later this month. The Iranian government is playing a "big" game with the western world, however, these people are NOT stupid and won't dare the rest of the world like fi the Iraq did...

Before we have physical evidence from the incident, my last 10 euros would be on an american unmanned spy plane of some kind.

I'm a 100% believer - however I also believe the most plausibe option is most often the most sensible.

Anyone who has another take on this?

robert - the netherlands

Anonymous said...

who reported this? what sources? tell me you did not just take this off of youtube and then source it

Anonymous said...

gulf of aden "stargate"?, poss connection, ALOT of international warships down there, and not for pirates!