The word has gone out (through a joke Facebook post) to swarm around Area 51 in the Nevada desert on September 20 and storm the gates of this no-longer-very-secret but still highly-classified US Air Force base. Several thousand respondents to the Facebook post may be taking the joke seriously because close to 1 million of these future Darwin Award recipients have pledged to show up. They want to finally see for themselves that the government has, for many years now, been harboring or preserving deceased extraterrestrial beings and their interstellar or intergalactic spacecraft, and also discover how the Air Force has learned how to build incredible new aircraft based on alien technology. Which is why we also have flying cars, Teflon, Velcro, Super Glue, and Mark Zuckerberg.
Surrounding any military base in the United States and storming its gates with the stated objective of overrunning it and invading it, is not a good idea. Military personnel have a duty to protect any military installation from being taken over. They do this by using deadly force, meaning that they point weapons that fire bullets at would-be invaders that will penetrate the bodies of said-invaders and kill them.
Of course, there may be hundreds of courageous UFO conspiracy theorists willing to take a bullet and die for their beliefs and the cause of finally bringing the truth about the government’s decades-long cover-up. If they are, it would be best if they have upon their persons some current and valid identification, so next-of-kin can be contacted to make the necessary arrangements to have their loved one’s bodies transported back to their home communities for funeral and/or memorial services.
Otherwise, American taxpayers will no doubt be stuck with the bill of collecting and temporarily storing the massacred, which would be problematic because getting a Democrat-controlled House of Representatives to authorize the funding for such an effort is likely to be very challenging, not to mention the cost of scrambling cold-storage containers to the area, since most of the cold-storage in use in Area 51 is already packed with extraterrestrials.
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