Could a group of aliens or extra-terrestrials be seeking to "divide, rule and parasitize" humans through elaborate "terrorism scenarios" and wars?
This is one scenario that has been posited by scholar John Lash in seeking to make sense of the atrocities of terrorism in part of the Middle East, Europe and South East Asia.
John Lash is a specialist self-taught scholar and truth seeker in the area of alien life and exopolitics. Exopolitics is an interdisciplinary scientific field, with its roots in the political sciences. It focuses on research, education and public policy with regard to the actors, institutions and processes, associated with extra-terrestrial life, as well as the wide range of implications this entails through public advocacy and newly emerging paradigms.
Acts of terrorism can be defined as violent acts that are intended to create fear and terror and deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants. Lash believes that human beings naturally share an interconnected spiritual link to each other as empathetic beings that is incongruous with the underlying aims of acts of terrorism.
Through the work of Lash and researchers like David Icke and Michael Salla, exopolitics claims that terrorism is an alien construct, caused by shape shifting aliens intent on manipulating and controlling humans. Their convictions are determined through extensive interviews and accounts from those they call ‘Whistleblowers’, who served for long periods in the military and/or corporations participating in ‘black projects’; and also ‘Contactees’ who have had direct physical contact with extra-terrestrials and communicated with them. Such people are said to have consistent accounts and be of good, credible standing, often with government or military careers behind them.
Salla in particular claims that aliens have historically made technological exchanges with government and military staff. He further contends that an alien consortium id active in controlling human elites, institutions and financial systems; promoting militarism; creating a climate of scarcity, struggle and insecurity and that their activities contribute to global problems such as concentrated wealth, corrupt elites and institutions, ethnic/religious violence, human rights abuses, and a culture of violence and terrorism. This goes against the traditional perspective that explains terrorism as a conflict between cultures and religions. Instead, conflict and wars are constructed to distract humans from their true potential.
In a world where terrorism and political violence are considered by everyday people as senseless, aimless and without consideration for the unintended victims, the thought of alien involvement in the unexplained atrocities of war is perhaps not as far fetched as some may have first thought.