A special ufologically-flavoured edition of the Plutocratic Exit Strategy.
How the Plutocrats could realistically fake an alien invasion invasion to enable a takeover of select cities, and cover their Exit to Mars, or elsewhere, using classified prototype vehicles kitted out with an alien aesthetic. How they could have been working on this since at least the early 20th Century, as just one part of the “enlightened elite’s” Technocratic Project.
How could the Plutocracy utilise the public understanding of the UFO Phenomenon and expectation of the likely unfolding of an alien invasion? This was the subject of my article for the recent special issue of New Dawn magazine focusing on UFOs, and something I’m continuing to unpack in this series. In Part 1 I began this examination by looking at how the narrative has been constructed over time, starting from the early 1960s. Specifically, looking at an episode of the spy-fi TV show The Man From U.N.C.L.E, who’s plot was an early iteration of this idea.
In this second part of the second instalment of a planned three part series, we continue this exploration of how a Plutocratic Exit Strategy could be executed through utilisation of the common conception of an alien invasion. We start by noting how similarly the rockets of the private (plutocratic) space program map onto the well established, through science fiction, landing behaviour of an alien mothership. We then look at how – from the 1940s through to the present time – world leaders have continued to pitch the same notion that things would be “so much better” if the world had the threat of alien invasion to unite against; continuing to cement the concept in the minds of generation after generation, through constant repetition – adjusted only in tone for the audience it’s being delivered to.
Please note that I’m in no way saying an alien invasion – faked or otherwise – is any likelier now than at other moment in time. Or trying in any way to reduce the true mystery of the UFO Phenomenon to a simple (albeit super high tech, fully Clarkean) magician’s trick, or explain it away as mass hallucination. The point here is to armour ourselves with a wider grasp of what might be possible, and how we might be lead astray, to get even a small step closer to comprehending things both as they truly are, for better or worse – especially in a media landscape of ever escalating ontological warfare – and have the mental toolkit to imagine how things might otherwise be, for the benefit of us all.
If an alien invasion suddenly hits the world exactly like you’ve seen in the movies etc, it’s almost certainly a trap. RUN. You don’t have to be faster than the harvester drones, just quick-witted enough to get away from the entranced masses.
There’s a reason I have to bust out neologisms like “conspiratorial design faction” in my twitter bio to describe my work. I hope you find some benefit from spending some time with the in-depth exploration of these concepts in this series.
Let’s dive back in.
THE PROBLEMATIC INHERITANCE OF THE PLUTOCRAT THAT SAYS HE WANTS TO DIE ON MARS
There’s a much longer story to be told – but not one that will be told today – about how Elon Musk is actively fulfilling the dreams, and realising the plans, of the man who was both an SS Officer and NASA employee. The man who invented the V2 rocket for Nazi Germany that attacked Allied cities across Europe during World War II and the Saturn V rocket that took humans to the Moon and launched the Skylab space station; Wernher von Braun.
There’s an even longer story to be told about the Russian Cosmists, and how those crazy, quirky Christians laid so much of the theoretical groundwork the more well known rocket scientists would build on.
John Glenn [left] & Wernher von Braun [right]
Thanks to Disney though – and the Space Military Industrial Entrainment Complex it’s a part of – von Braun is for many the face of the Space Age. So it’s no surprise to find the plutocrats actively fulfilling the man’s vision:
Immediately after separation, the first stage would have deployed from its base a 217-foot-wide “ring-shaped ribbon parachute” made of steel mesh. At its deployment altitude, air resistance would be minimal, so stage and parachute would continue to coast upward to an altitude of about 40 miles before turning nose-down and falling toward the ocean. The conical blast shield would help to protect it from aerodynamic heating during descent.
It would attain a descent velocity of 150 feet per second by the time it fell to 150 feet above the water. At that moment, small solid-propellant motors would have ignited and burned for two seconds, gently lowering the first stage into the sea 189 miles downrange of the launch site.” ~ Wernher von Braun’s Fantastic Vision: Ferry Rocket [WIRED]
You can’t tell me that’s not almost exactly what SpaceX is doing here, trying to gently land a rocket on a robot barge – their single incremental improvement on von Braun’s outline.
Suffice to say that in an alternate history written soon after the Allied Victory, any literal genius on the level of Philip K. Dick (PKD) could tell you exactly how it could’ve otherwise played out – and then written a story from that perspective – illustrating how that world ruled by the Axis Powers might have looked and felt.
Take, for instance, how people might have travelled then across the Greater Reich.
The retro-jets started then, so suddenly and loudly, shaking the ship so violently, that a number of passengers gasped. Mr. Baynes smiled, and in the aisle seat across from him, another passenger, a younger man with close-cropped blond hair, also smiled.” ~ The Man In The High Castle, Philip K. Dick (1963)
It’s taken over half a century for the world to be able to see what PKD envisaged in his mind’s eye, but now that part of his dystopian mindset can be sampled via a GIF set. The Plutocratic Space Programs of Elon Musk – and to a lesser extent – Jeff Bezos totally did it:
Space X’s Falcon 9 [via]
Blue Origin’s vertical landing [via]
These demonstrations, both successful and unsuccessful, of what is still by today’s standards – despite being envisaged in the 1930s – advanced prototypes of rocket-powered flight vehicles, aren’t just the realisation of the Nazi Space Plan… they also behave exactly how you’d expect an alien mothership to land.
Elon Musk quipped as much recently, whilst throwing some shade on Boeing’s rocket designs:
If you saw a movie about the future with aliens landing, how do they land? Like that. Okay? Obviously it’d be kind of weird if the aliens landed in the ocean with parachutes, we’d be like okay, nothing to fear.“
Again the message is reinforced, this time direct from the unofficial spokesperson for the Technocratic Project himself: if the aliens don’t act like aliens, if they don’t fulfill that carefully constructed perception, how would we know to fear them? Implicitly for our purposes also saying: how then could a False Flag Alien Invasion that doesn’t invoke these characteristics ever hope to succeed?
In its pilot episode, the new TV drama Colony, set in the aftermath of an alien invasion, has the following scene – where the select few gather in their luxurious gated community to watch the technomagical alien others make a public demonstration of their clear superiority.
Why is that man, acting as a local proxy for the alien powers, so smug? Is it because he’s been in on the plan from the beginning?
THE EVOLUTION OF THE FALSE FLAG ALIEN INVASION PLAN
The original idea – popularly known as the N.W.O Takeover via False Flag Alien Invasion – has a long history. It’s been publicly voiced by such world leaders as the UK’s Anthony Eden, when acting as Foreign Secretary, before succeeding Churchill as the Prime Minister, and crucially for our purposes, repeatedly stated by US President Reagan in his speeches during the 1980s and echoed very recently by US President Bill Clinton in conversation on a late night talk show.
Let’s take a look at the footage available online for these world leaders talking about how the world would come together.