British Military Used Alien Technology To Build Weapons, Secret Files Reveal

Early this month, more specifically on 01 July, journalist Mike Branagan published a very interesting report on British online newspaper about the Operation UFO, an alleged secret project created by British military forces to produce “superweapons”  by using alien technology.

The article states that declassified secret files revealed that “British spies planned to capture a flying saucer and use its alien technology to build superweapons”.

“Intelligence service chiefs urged the Government to be on the alert for sightings of strange foreign aircraft showing sinister signs of extraterrestrial tinkering”, Mr Branagan wrote. “The dossier, obtained by British XFiles expert Dr David Clarke, reveals the Government was running two UFO desks. The public UFO desk was only set up to gather reports of sightings”, he added.

According to the information gathered by the journalist, the main purpose of the project was to put an eye on the Soviet Union, at that moment considered a major threat to the United Kingdom, but it was also focused on developing new technologies for the RAF (Royal Air Force).

“Propulsion, stealth, and any novel electromagnetic technologies are of particular interest”, one of the dossiers reveals. It also says that the RAF should “monitor all reports in case in the future the hitherto unknown/not understood underlying phenomena is being exploited by another nation”.

“An actual – or potential enemy – could develop a flying device with the characteristics that these phenomena seem to have”, the report mentions.

In the opinion of Mr Clarke, “MoD [Ministry of Defence] has been desperately trying to delay the release of these formerly secret and highly sensitive papers for more than a decade”. “Even though they have been partly censored they can’t conceal the fact the UK military were interested in capturing UFO technology – or what they coyly refer to as ‘novel weapon technology’”, he commented.

The files reveal they were desperate to capture this technology – wherever it came from – before the Russians or the Chinese got hold of it first”, he added.

Draw your own conclusions…

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