US UFO shoot down policy distraction from real crises: Experts
The US is creating panic over possible flying objects downed above the United States to distract the public from their possible major sabotage of the Nord stream blast, according to experts.
The new policy of US President Joe Biden's administration of regularly shooting down unidentified flying objects is likely part of a psychological operation to divert public attention away from real crises and scandals, most notably Seymour Hersh's report, which unmasked that US Navy divers planted explosives to destroy the Nord Stream pipelines last year, as per Sputnik citing experts.
"Last June, the Navy divers, operating under the cover of a widely publicized mid-summer NATO exercise known as BALTOPS 22, planted the remotely triggered explosives that, three months later, destroyed three of the four Nord Stream pipelines, according to a source with direct knowledge of the operational planning," Hersh wrote in his Substack newsletter.
Concurrently, Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov criticized the sloppy handling of the news by Western media by saying that the article by investigative writer Seymour Hersh about Washington's complicity in the Nord Streams explosions did not make the rounds in Western media, which is surprising.
'No actual threat'
On his account, Rising Tide Foundation Vice President Matthew Ehret stated that he doubts that the new policy was ignited by any actual threat.
"It is a psy-op to deflect the minds of thinking people away from the real issues [such as] the systemic meltdown shaping their dismal future and setting the stage for a new set of 'great narratives,’" Ehret added.
Ehret stressed that US and Western intelligence worked hard to fuel the flames of public frenzy on this, including Pentagon efforts to declassify UFO information.
Meanwhile, former CIA analyst Philip Giraldi acknowledged that President Joe Biden and his advisors aim at exploiting the incidents to boost dwindling domestic political support.
Political commentator Alex Krainer, founder of Krainer Analytics, shed the light on how the high-profile coverage came at the fleet of Hersh's report.
"I suspect that it is all a contrived emergency to distract the people from real crises and issues and/or something else that's being slipped under the radar," Krainer said.
He also argued that train derailments in Ohio, South Carolina, and Texas are among scandals the US probably wants to downplay.
"They are trying to ratchet up a pretext for war with Russia and/or China, like in the Gulf of Tonkin incident, and using these incidents to make the public believe that the Chinese or Russians are sending spy planes and futuristic weapons to potentially attack the US," Krainer concluded by saying.
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The White House answered several questions on Monday pertaining to the recent shooting down of three unidentified aerial objects over the past week.
White House Spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre made it clear that there was no connection whatsoever to extraterrestrial activity with the last three aerial objects.
But the nature of the last three aerial objects remains unknown.
However, the White House said, on Tuesday, that the US intelligence community is considering the possibility that "three mysterious unidentified objects shot down by US fighter jets were tied to a commercial or otherwise benign purpose."
John Kirby, the White House National Security Spokesperson, told journalists that "there was no indication that the trio of objects were tied to China's spy balloon program."