Army Colonel John Alexander On UFOs

geuu_03_img0663Former Army intelligence officer Col. John Alexander discusses his efforts to penetrate the mystery surrounding UFOs will serving in the army. (While on active duty he was granted permission to create the military’s only UFO working group.)

Alexander believes UFO’s exists but are not necessarily extraterrestrial, and that there is no grand, sinister, coordinated cover-up by the military structure. His hope is for experts to be able to probe the topic further without being subjected to ridicule or damage to their careers. My conclusion: this man is, in fact, an alien.

28 Comments on "Army Colonel John Alexander On UFOs"

  1. I get the feeling 90% of the “official” UFO crowd were HUGE fans of the X-files and take it as reality-canon

    (you know…. a Reality-Cannon would be an awesome weapon)

  2. I get the feeling 90% of the “official” UFO crowd were HUGE fans of the X-files and take it as reality-canon

    (you know…. a Reality-Cannon would be an awesome weapon)

    • Anarchy Pony | Sep 9, 2011 at 1:44 pm |

      I liked the X-Files…

      • Oh i loved the X-files, that doesn’t mean I take all their alien mythos as fact

        • Anarchy Pony | Sep 9, 2011 at 4:21 pm |

          Right. But the alien mythos in the x files was partly based on already established lore from parts of the UFO community.

          • Fair enough, but how much of that original mythos came from other mass produced stories about aliens (theres the “war of the worlds” side, as opposed to the area 51 side). Honestly thats a serious question, I’ve never really been into the whole alien thing myself, but I feel that if noone really knows the answer, it might be good to question the sources of information of the people who are so sure that they have an answer.

            Honestly I look at the X-files as a different branch of the same tree as the show 24. Both entertaining shows(that happen to be on FOX…) that define an era’s viewpoint of the government agencies. X-files was about strange phenomena and the FBI… 24 was about terrorists(guess they smartened up and made up an agency CTU)… that doesn’t necessarily mean the mythoi(thats the plural??) they set forth is entirely true, or entirely honest.

            But then again, maybe its all just to get people like me to doubt the stuff….. so who knows…

          • Anarchy Pony | Sep 9, 2011 at 7:54 pm |

            I’m not saying it is necessarily true. My point was simply that the UFO community influence the show more than the inverse. 

        • Hadrian999 | Sep 9, 2011 at 5:50 pm |

          they were totally dead on about Alex Trebek and Jessey Ventura

  3. Anonymous | Sep 9, 2011 at 6:28 am |

    I get the feeling that UFOs are actually unknown, even to the highest levels, thus their refusal to admit any knowledge about the situation.

  4. Redacted | Sep 9, 2011 at 2:28 am |

    I get the feeling that UFOs are actually unknown, even to the highest levels, thus their refusal to admit any knowledge about the situation.

  5. Hadrian999 | Sep 9, 2011 at 3:51 pm |

    if there were a grand conspiracy it is doubtful some col. would know about it. if it existed it would be seriously compartmentalized and need to know only access. for things on that level you could be a general with the highest clearance but if you aren’t inside the project you wouldn’t be in the know. not saying there is a conspiracy but that is how things work with highly secret info

  6. Hadrian999 | Sep 9, 2011 at 3:51 pm |

    if there were a grand conspiracy it is doubtful some col. would know about it. if it existed it would be seriously compartmentalized and need to know only access. for things on that level you could be a general with the highest clearance but if you aren’t inside the project you wouldn’t be in the know. not saying there is a conspiracy but that is how things work with highly secret info

  7. Hadrian999 | Sep 9, 2011 at 11:51 am |

    if there were a grand conspiracy it is doubtful some col. would know about it. if it existed it would be seriously compartmentalized and need to know only access. for things on that level you could be a general with the highest clearance but if you aren’t inside the project you wouldn’t be in the know. not saying there is a conspiracy but that is how things work with highly secret info

    • Killyourdog | Sep 9, 2011 at 3:16 pm |

      The you would know an M.I. 01 has access to shit a general would never see. And M.I. Full bird ought to have enough close comrades and networks in the military to know of something at least in outline. He is probably a reliable source….stupid boot.

  8. Wanooski | Sep 9, 2011 at 5:44 pm |

    I liked the X-Files…

  9. Oh i loved the X-files, that doesn’t mean I take all their alien mythos as fact

  10. I think the government is as confused as anyone else….. but the Shadow government…….. etc. etc…

  11. Killyourdog | Sep 9, 2011 at 7:16 pm |

    The you would know an M.I. 01 has access to shit a general would never see. And M.I. Full bird ought to have enough close comrades and networks in the military to know of something at least in outline. He is probably a reliable source….stupid boot.

  12. Wanooski | Sep 9, 2011 at 8:21 pm |

    Right. But the alien mythos in the x files was partly based on already established lore from parts of the UFO community.

  13. Wanooski | Sep 9, 2011 at 8:21 pm |

    Right. But the alien mythos in the x files was partly based on already established lore from parts of the UFO community.

  14. Wanooski | Sep 9, 2011 at 8:21 pm |

    Right. But the alien mythos in the x files was partly based on already established lore from parts of the UFO community.

  15. Wanooski | Sep 9, 2011 at 8:21 pm |

    Right. But the alien mythos in the x files was partly based on already established lore from parts of the UFO community.

  16. Fair enough, but how much of that original mythos came from other mass produced stories about aliens (theres the “war of the worlds” side, as opposed to the area 51 side). Honestly thats a serious question, I’ve never really been into the whole alien thing myself, but I feel that if noone really knows the answer, it might be good to question the sources of information of the people who are so sure that they have an answer.

    Honestly I look at the X-files as a different branch of the same tree as the show 24. Both entertaining shows(that happen to be on FOX…) that define an era’s viewpoint of the government agencies. X-files was about strange phenomena and the FBI… 24 was about terrorists(guess they smartened up and made up an agency CTU)… that doesn’t necessarily mean the mythoi(thats the plural??) they set forth is entirely true, or entirely honest.

    But then again, maybe its all just to get people like me to doubt the stuff….. so who knows…

  17. Hadrian999 | Sep 9, 2011 at 9:50 pm |

    they were totally dead on about Alex Trebek and Jessey Ventura

  18. I’m not saying it is necessarily true. My point was simply that the UFO community influence the show more than the inverse. 

  19. John Searl… 

  20. John Searl… 

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