New UFO documentary from National Geographic

42 minutes long, seems like a good documentary to watch with pilot witnesses and whatnot.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Global Threat (Full Episode) | UFOs: Investigating the Unknown

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Thanks...will check it out...been hunting around for something "new".

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Another one from 1974

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unfortunately the pilots of this case are heavily gate kept... Even after their main protector Stanton Freidman passed. It irks me because I have been attempting to get these men's testimony on the record for my colleagues and I's personal UFO archives and investigation. Greer and his lot are the only one's who have connections to Fujii and Terauchi and I was not asking Greer for Callahan's number year ago. From what I know Callahan thought Greer was a nut near the end of his days and I would probably would of got hung up on if I said I attained the number from Greer. Understandably so.

    I also don't think Greer will ever talk to me again after I called him a sniveling con artist to his face in 2007 after a disagreement about Zeno's paradoxes. I regret that, I have come to realize that if more people who were willing to push back on Greer, like myself, were more patient he wouldn't of ended up half mad as he is now... He really did put in an around the clock effort in the late 80's and 90's to put together the outstanding witness list he provided then later recycled later in his career. He is a paradoxical dichotomy...

    Anyway's it's always nice to jump in here once in a while with you crazies. Keep up the good work (or not) and try to remember to reject nihilism and that it's the main instrument of the rich to do wrong!

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sometimes you need to be patience even if you're skeptical about someone. Trust is key, as we hear a lot. So we have to be strategical about how honest we are to people.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        that's not the way trust works.
        that's not the way honesty works.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Works for me

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I bet you're fun at parties

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not at the kind of parties you and Greer go out to in the middle of the forest.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    nothing in a big corpo documentary like this is ever gonna reveal any real important shit

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      At least we'll know some stories and can think about it ourselves.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      It is entertainment to be consumed, do not delude yourself into thinking you are pursuing some sort of truth. You are not investigating, you are twiddling your thumbs with distractions until you die.

      Unfortunately the pilots of this case are heavily gate kept... Even after their main protector Stanton Freidman passed. It irks me because I have been attempting to get these men's testimony on the record for my colleagues and I's personal UFO archives and investigation. Greer and his lot are the only one's who have connections to Fujii and Terauchi and I was not asking Greer for Callahan's number year ago. From what I know Callahan thought Greer was a nut near the end of his days and I would probably would of got hung up on if I said I attained the number from Greer. Understandably so.

      I also don't think Greer will ever talk to me again after I called him a sniveling con artist to his face in 2007 after a disagreement about Zeno's paradoxes. I regret that, I have come to realize that if more people who were willing to push back on Greer, like myself, were more patient he wouldn't of ended up half mad as he is now... He really did put in an around the clock effort in the late 80's and 90's to put together the outstanding witness list he provided then later recycled later in his career. He is a paradoxical dichotomy...

      Anyway's it's always nice to jump in here once in a while with you crazies. Keep up the good work (or not) and try to remember to reject nihilism and that it's the main instrument of the rich to do wrong!

      >colleagues and I's personal UFO archives and investigation.
      Great, more boomer trash to be thrown into the 1-800-Got-Junk truck when you unceremoniously kick the bucket and your remaining assets sold off by the inheritors/state/lien holders. Nobody cares, your investigation is a dead end, and nothing new can be learned from asking old people the same tired old questions that weren't fit to print or air even when the memory was fresh.

      I want to believe, but it is the same self-important tired old spiel every time; "well, now, I know how crazy this is going to sound..."

      Never any proof. Unless you want to start believing the government out of the blue all of a sudden.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Never any proof. Unless you want to start believing the government out of the blue all of a sudden.
        Seems like you already know it's not a dead end. There's a clear path in digging up these government programs and the alleged materials they have in their possession. It's a strange thing to be so motivated to convince people the topic is hopeless, at the pinnacle of modern activity.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >digging up
          Watching videos and interviewing geezers isn't doing shit. I am sorry, what I mean to say is HASN'T done shit. Perhaps if you watch one more video, or interview a senile lonely person it will change this time! Keep up the hope!
          >pinnacle of modern activity
          You mean pinnacle of government activity and full grift saturation. This is non-indicative of the truth being uncovered, as a matter of fact it is merely to make you complicit.

          Keep up the good fight. Watching videos is fighting right? Doing the same thing that has produced zero tangible results (remember that, tangible) will truly result in some other result this Nth time. More views means the sheeple are awakening yeah? Disclosure is right around the corner and the people DEMAND IT! Brave and free people with higher consciousness and the right vibrations man, that's the ticket! Brave insiders are fighting the good fight! The whistleblowers will keep outting the system. So brave. Much fight. Many warrior.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous
          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Nice of you to promote both psychopharmacology as a means to defend the government narrative on UFO's. Truly a man of the people, (You).

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You need to dismiss all observable progress as a mass conspiracy in order to retain your belief that it's unworthy of further investigation. That's not something I'm willing to do and it's something you should reconsider doing. There are many people who go far beyond "watching videos and interviewing geezers" yet it seems as though you believe they must belong to the conspiracy in the first place if they are so active in pushing the topic.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >You need to dismiss all observable progress
            Wrong. I am not dismissing progress, what I am saying is there has been no progress and attempting to do the same thing over and over again hasn't worked. Investigation is required, but the current methods have yielded nothing. A new approach is required, otherwise it seems like madness and not investigation.
            >There are many people who go far beyond
            Just give me one person who is trying something new, something that hasn't failed every time it has been deployed in the past? I am not arguing, I genuinely would like to know as this topic is of interest to me. What I don't want to do is sit through another Linda Moulton Howe presentation.
            >yet it seems as though you believe they must belong to the conspiracy
            Delicate way to make that statement. Anyway, I digress, no I do not believe they are part of a conspiracy if they keep doing the same thing and advance the narrative of others for profit. Pushing the topic and making a profit are fine.

            What is happening that is genuinely new? The government is heavily pushing their narrative at a fever pitch since the Smith-Mundt modernization act was passed. Info is the same; it is the quality, quantity and type that is impressive now. This is also affecting social media, including this site among many others. It looks and feels like astroturf.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            There has been progress toward the public uncovering of these government programs which dozens if not hundreds of people have encountered. This only ceases to be the case if you invoke a mass conspiracy. We have never achieved congressional involvement at this level, and to that point I would highlight the well known cast of David Grusch, Christopher Mellon and Tim Burchett, who have all put significant effort toward the progress I laid out before. This is a new approach with no equivalent from the past. If there is in fact a government coverup of evidence then government is a rational path toward it. You are waiting for the investigation to be over before giving credit to the progress within the investigation.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Despite your lexical skills you deftly avoid my point. Current and former government employees in a post-Smith-Mundt modernization act world are especially untrustworthy. Full stop.
            >This is a new approach with no equivalent from the past.
            Wrong. Congress has investigated many things and returned nothing but bullshit narratives.
            >If there is in fact a government coverup of evidence then government is a rational path toward it.
            Coverup? You are making assumptions a priori, you aren't investigating you are looking for information that conforms to your bias which just so happens to align with the government narrrative. This isn't a coverup, or even a limited hangout. This is a complete fabrication. You are trusting the government and supporting their narrative because you want it to be true, not because congress is reliable or trustworthy.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            There are dozens, if not hundreds of people who have encountered a buried government program, with no reason to exist in the first place but to conceal evidence regarding this topic. At no point in the past have we reached this level of congressional investigation into this program. There is no bias in listening to what many people are claiming and investigating those claims to the very end. There is however a bias in disregarding as many people as you want due to their association with government. That level of brute cynicism is just not of interest to me. I look at every witness individually and take every claim apart piece by piece. Considering they would not be in a position to witness a buried government program in the first place if not for their involvement with government, that certainly should not be a disqualifying factor.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >with no reason to exist in the first place but to conceal evidence regarding this topic
            Well, this is where we disagree. Obfuscation comes in many forms and for many reasons to different and varied parties for as many reasons. How would you make a government narrative SEEM as if it was genuine considering the earned and natural distrust of the government by the average citizen? One way would be to present interesting bits of information to people whom the government have already established trust in through screenings and clearances. They would be directed, guided by details provided by those who cannot reveal themselves for fear of retribution, these persons would be trusted and beyond reproach in the eyes of our innocent Grusch-type character whom is merely satisfying his ideological requirements for his own hero arc, the truth telling whistleblower.

            As a side note, William Cooper in his final interview said as much. He was lead by nose in his military career, by higher ups he trusted, into believing in a strange alien conspiracy that simply did not exist. The conspiracy itself wasn't to conceal alien activity, it was far more sinister.

            Can you answer these two questions I asked earlier? I do not ask this in a "gotcha" attempt. My unfailing desire to learn brings to me the disciplined practice of thoughtful questioning:
            1. why are the aliens helping earth governments with the coverup?
            2. If the aliens are so advanced, why do they need to coverup anything or work the earth governments?

            You have been candid and tactful, for which I am grateful.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            nice word salad, glowie, but dismissing government whistleblowers for being untrustworthy for ...reasons (???) is the height of moronation.
            there's a lot more evidence than just whistleblowers though, like shit that comes from the military that usually comes in tow with sensor data and footage, but something tells me you're either a bad actor glowie or you've already made up your mind about the ayys not existing (in which case stop hanging around /x/ and go back to fricking Reddit kek).

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            My issue with the idea that despite the hundreds of arrows pointing to a buried program, there is nothing at the bottom, is that the phenomenon extends far beyond what could reasonably be attributed to the US government, including similar coverups by foreign governments. The total information on the topic dwarfs the information relevant to the US government and reduces the psyop angle to something insignificant. There is far, far more smoke than a single fire within the US government could be responsible for, and I take that seriously. Regarding those two questions, I must say that I don't commit to the premise they're built on, that the aliens are involved in a coverup in the first place. If I had to place a bet it would be on the idea that we are insignificant to them, and our relationship to them is something like litter from an industrialized civilization washing up on the shore of an uncontacted island of hunter gatherers. We see their technology in our skies, and maybe even got our hands on some of it, but from their perspective we are just primitives, animals, or even insects.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Well, you certainly provided. You have a set of beliefs that are not ill placed, you understand quite a bit. Unfortunately I am not in the same position as you, where I can simply hope that the "truth will out". I can actually affirm, in the honest nature of the JFK congressional investigation, that nothing true will come of this and instead we will be placated until a time is too late to make an informed decision.

            If I am too cynical, so be it.

            Hey, one last question from real to real; will you board the ships?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >If the aliens are so advanced, why do they need to coverup anything or work the earth governments
            Not the anon you're talking to, but they just do. Thousands of witness reports indicate that they choose who they'll be seen by, and will remain otherwise unseen. That's just what they want. If I had to guess why, it's because they want to continue their monitoring and experimentation in a neutral environment. But that leads to the question of why they allow anybody to see or remember them at all. We could be getting into more esoteric topics where their plan for our future requires a curiosity about their existence without ever really knowing.

            Ufology starts and ends with witness reports, not government bullshit. The idea that the government is making it up wholecloth is absurd.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You seem bitter. Aliens aren't exactly tangible anyway, there might not be any "evidence" to be had.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I can tell when some insignificant homosexual on here gets all mental about nihilism being called out. I applaud your investigations, private or not we need reasonable people pushing into stories like the one you describe with Callahan.

        I actually didn't know about Callahan and Greer having a disagreement but now that you mention it I did some googling and have to say it's pretty obvious Callahan was salty near the end of his rope. Stood by his claims but I dont think he liked Greer or people attached to him which was hard not to do in the UFO space from the 90-2010's.

        If you come back could you maybe share some of your insights into why YOU think Callahan wa salty? Have you interviewed Callahan? Why is your investigations private? Interesting to see a field researcher in here.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tfw they will never release it

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >they
      1. why are the aliens helping earth governments with the coverup?
      2. If the aliens are so advanced, why do they need to coverup anything or work the earth governments?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because when you run a sentient loosh farm, you gotta make sure the Judas goats know their role.
        >also
        check em

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    believing TV

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >video
    >Unavailable in your country.
    >t. YouTube censors

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh wow another great alien documentary. I'll watch this one right after I watch the other new one made by TMZ. Maybe I'll watch some Jeremy Corbell after all that. Ayyy lmao amiright haha?

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're not gonna learn SHIT from israeli sources.
    It's to distressing to talk about the truth. They're demons with near god like mind/reality manipulation powers.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Your attempt at simple well poisoning is dare I say... CUTE!

      My issue with the idea that despite the hundreds of arrows pointing to a buried program, there is nothing at the bottom, is that the phenomenon extends far beyond what could reasonably be attributed to the US government, including similar coverups by foreign governments. The total information on the topic dwarfs the information relevant to the US government and reduces the psyop angle to something insignificant. There is far, far more smoke than a single fire within the US government could be responsible for, and I take that seriously. Regarding those two questions, I must say that I don't commit to the premise they're built on, that the aliens are involved in a coverup in the first place. If I had to place a bet it would be on the idea that we are insignificant to them, and our relationship to them is something like litter from an industrialized civilization washing up on the shore of an uncontacted island of hunter gatherers. We see their technology in our skies, and maybe even got our hands on some of it, but from their perspective we are just primitives, animals, or even insects.

      Adios, and best of luck. Never to meet again, I almost feel at a loss.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Read karla turner books.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone else feel like the aliens are kind of... incompetent?
    They have the tech to make people vanish into thin air, teleport people, mind control animals and cryptids, travel faster than the speed of light
    There's even evidence they might be able to selectively reveal their craft to only some people who are looking at them
    How tf can they not conduct operations on a backwater planet like earth without some glorified bipedal apes noticing?

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    thanks anon, I am going to watch this while I get high and eat ice cream.

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