I bring this here blog post to you apprehensively, as I lament to come to terms with the fact I have not yet seen a UFO…What I once thought were UFOs over my fugazi’d southern California beach town about six months ago were not actually UFOs. They were exactly what the hosts in this “fair and balanced” episode of the show “Spacin’ Out” discuss. I saw them, they were gone. Chinese Lanterns. They looked like flaming jellyfish floating in the sky. I was not the only one to see them over San Diego County, as these guys did as well: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvx4Dnu-NDU
Here is the episode:
Singer and guitar player for Blink 182, Tom DeLonge, recently made a guest appearance on the internet program “Spacin’ Out” where he spoke on a wide array of topics, ranging from UFO cover ups to intellectual property. He touched on cabals in government while encouraging younger generations to open their minds up to things they would not expect to be normal.
DeLonge was very excited about Jim Marrs, author of books regarding the Nazification of the US, JFK, UFOs and many other topics.
“I am convinced these objects do exist and that they are not manufactured by any nation on Earth.” – Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding (1954)
“Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about the UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.” – Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter, former CIA Director (1960)
Of the topics DeLonge described in space, this is what they looked like: like Deltas or small ships zig-zagging quickly in the sky. Furthermore, he discussed how military technology is often created decades before it is declassified, such as with the Raptor.
He described all sorts of aircraft seen in space by observers, many of whom wear night goggles.
“It’s not about little green men running around, it is really about millions and millions of years of life,” DeLonge said.
This is not the first time DeLonge has talked about these issues. He spoke of them on Larry King and Coast to Coast.
The take home point of DeLonge’s candidness is that he is a man worth $60 million putting everything on the line to speak out and point younger generations in the right direction. With the internet, a simple nudge will do, and that is why intellectual property and a free internet is so popular: so the human race can evolve naturally. It makes sense that Tom DeLonge would speak out, as he does hail from the punk scene.
The following is the introductory chapter to my biography on the band Bad Religion. It describes the origins of punk, which have influenced many of the alternative economics and history movements best and brights, such as Max Keiser.
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