NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says the hysteria over UFOs supposedly being shot down over North America is a distraction from the biggest news story of 2023: Seymour Hersh’s report naming the U.S. as being those responsible for blowing up the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
It started with the supposed Chinese 'spy balloon' being spotted in American airspace, even though the Chinese use satellites for their spying, (some 260 of them covering every inch of the planet) but that fact was omitted from the media's reports. Since that one was reportedly shot down at least four more unknown objects have entered US airspace. Fighter jets have destroyed the unidentified flying objects.
With each event the story surrounding it becomes more fantastical. In one case over Alaska, an 'eye witness' supposedly reported the object had no means of propulsion but was spotted flying at 40,000 feet and the intercepting pilots said it interfered with the sensors of their aircraft.
Yesterday, the White House denied that the objects were extraterrestrial in nature, although the glib dismissal if anything only continued to feed into speculation online that ET had paid a flying visit. The fact that the White House mentioned extraterrestrials at all was enough to send Twitter into meltdown.
Some of the more level-headed if cynical members of the public suggested that this appears to have all the hallmarks of a distraction technique. If so, then what is it that they don't want us to see?
According to Edward Snowden, the UFO flap is also a misdirection to wipe the infinitely more awkward Seymour Hersh story from the headlines. Snowden tweeted that the hysteria was an “engineered” bait and switch to prevent the media from covering the pipeline explosion revelations.
Last week, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh published an article in which he asserted that the Nord Stream pipelines were destroyed by the US as part of a covert operation. This revelation is arguably the biggest story of the decade.
According to Hersh’s sources, the explosives were planted in June 2022 by US Navy divers under the guise of the BALTOPS 22 NATO exercise and were detonated three months later with a remote signal sent by a sonar buoy.
Biden's Act of War.
One source told Hersh that the plotters knew the covert operation was an “act of war,” with some in the CIA and State Department warning, “Don’t do this. It’s stupid and will be a political nightmare if it comes out.”
In an update to the story, Hersh gave an interview with Radio War Nerd in which he slammed the mainstream media for criticizing him personally rather than investigating the story.
“It’s amazing to me how they fall in line, my colleagues,” said Hersh, referring to the New York Times and the Washington Post. Ironically, the ad hominems only strengthening Hersh's claims.
Snowden chided the White House’s denial that it was involved in the pipeline attack by pointing out it also denied previous false flags. Tweeting: “Can you think of any examples from history of a secret operation that the White House was responsible for, but strongly denied?” "Besides, you know, that little ‘mass surveillance’ kerfuffle,” he added.
Snowden included a UPI news report from April 1961 in which US Secretary of State Dean Rusk denied the Bay of Pigs had been “staged from American soil,” with Rusk telling the media, “the Cuban affair was one for the Cubans themselves to settle.”