People have organized an event called ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,’ which involves raiding the restricted Area 51 of the infamous government building located in the Nevada desert. The reason for the raid is to discover the secrets the American government is hiding from the world.
The Facebook event says: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.”
People to raid on Area 51
The ‘Naruto’ run portrays a style of running showed in Japanese graphic novels, where your arms are stretched backward and head inclined forward. The raid is scheduled for Friday, September the 20th, at 3 a.m.
Area 51, a high-security military or government facility has been long speculated to keep secrets and possibly aliens. Many people believe it is where the American government stores its secrets about aliens, and even the extraterrestrials’ bodies or a collapsed spacecraft from the ‘Roswell incident’ which occurred back in 1947.
The government announced in 2013 that Area 51 is a military site. Many non-UFO watchers believe it is where the government keeps hidden technology and where Cold War weapons and secrets were created.
Aliens on Earth
The possibility of extraterrestrials visiting Earth has been all over the news in the last period. According to a report by CNN, in June, a bunch of senators received a piece of classified information about noted encounters of the U.S. Navy and an alien aircraft.
The spokesman for the deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare, Joseph Gradsher confirmed the report with members of the congress and staffers who were interested. He talked about the Navy’s attempts to understand and detect anything that threatens the security and safety of the aviators.
People now wonder whether the raid to Area 51 will confirm the speculations regarding aliens or not. Probably the latter, because if the government kept that much secrecy about the facility’s endeavors, it might manage to hold it for longer.
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