The Cold War and Roswell

Cold war fueled by Roswell

The American military witnessed incredible alien technology.

But they thought it was advanced Soviet technology sourced from captured Nazi scientists.

How did the American military make such a mistake?

Soviet UFO
America feared Nazi technology captured by the Soviets

UFO incursion into American airspace on July 3rd, 1947

An incursion into American airspace on July 3rd, 1947 caused considerable havoc within the military. Ignoring all protocols for entering U.S. airspace, a “Russian” bogey was tracked by radar at nearly Mach 3, and at an altitude in excess of 70,000 feet. This sort of technology was well beyond anything the Americans could respond with. Two intercept attempts were made. One over the skies of Nevada as the bogey approached the infamous Groom Lake test range, and another over the Cibola National Forest in New Mexico. The bogey was NOT Russian, but an alien spacecraft that eventually crashed north of Roswell.

Why did the Americans think the bogey was Soviet?

Several of the witnesses that attended the Roswell UFO crash site were high ranking military. They knew that the military could never keep the alien encounter a secret, so they decided to explain away events as best they could. Colonel XXXXX who was in command of the Air Force Flight Test Centre at Muroc was in charge of the investigation and ALSO attended the encounter. His report came to the conclusion that the technology they witnessed could only have been Nazi-inspired Russian. The Americans now considered themselves well behind in the arms race.

Extract from Roswell’s Final Witness:

‘I believe that the witnessing of that advanced technology, with tangible proof of technology well beyond that of anything in our own armory, was the single greatest catalyst for rapid escalation of the arms race of that time. It gave the military rationale to secure exorbitant defense expenditure.’ . . .

Kennedy assassination unintended consequence of the Roswell alien encounter

. . . ‘I landed at Home Base in November of 1949. The psychology evident at the base was like nothing I could’ve imagined. We were perceived to be in a desperate race; a race for survival. To lose this race meant death to us, our democratic beliefs and our nation. More than once I heard discussions refer to “the July 3rd ‘47 Russian incursion”. That was more than two years after it happened and they still talked about it as if we should be living in bomb shelters. I can only imagine the fear it must have generated back in 1947.’

End of Extract

History now records these events as unrelated, and as a series of errors, misunderstandings and mistaken observations from a paranoid military struggling with new technology. Or are they actually connected with a single explanation?

Extract from Roswell’s Final Witness:

‘They’re calling for war; war while we have the nuclear advantage. They’re calling for war before it is too late. A nuclear war that they believe we can’t lose. They truly believe that Russia has a huge technological edge. Those fools, they’re scared of their own shadows.

Alien fear
Roswell’s UFO incident fueled the Cold War

‘Evidence of Russian military technological superiority is non-existent except for one single incursion . . . the alien incursion. Nothing the Russians have is currently beyond our own capacity to combat immediately or in the very near future. They don’t have the technological edge that Washington fears.

‘The private sector feeds these fears. I’m forced to work with the bastards. They’re nothing but greedy, evil war mongers. As the sickness grows, so too do their profits. They won’t stop until they destroy the whole God damned planet.’

‘Maybe this is the Armageddon the alien told us of?’ offered Con.

The Colonel was approaching exhaustion. He couldn’t maintain his rage.

‘Con, this doesn’t need to be the end of the world! This is preventable. We, you, me, us. We can stop this. Forget secret alien remedies, all we need to do is reveal the truth about what really happened back then . . . before it’s too late. I’m not saying we tell the whole damned world, but, a few words spoken quietly and confidentially in the right ears could put the brakes on this right now.’

End of Extract

Roswell arms war
Roswell helped fuel the arms war

If the witnesses to Roswell knew the truth about the July 3rd incursion, shouldn’t they have told the truth and stopped the Cold War madness?

Extract from Roswell’s Final Witness:

‘I hear congratulations are in order XXXXX. Mach 1? That’s incredible! Well done my friend.’

‘Yes, thank you Sam. We’ll be smashing Mach 2 within a year I predict. Hopefully it’ll take a bit of the pressure off me for a while. The demands from the Pentagon have been relentless. By the way, the news is very top secret in case they didn’t inform you.’

‘Poor Chuck, his deed might never make it into the history books,’ said Colonel XXXXX. (The Colonel was referring to the breaking of the sound barrier for the first time in level flight by Chuck Yeager on October 14, 1947.)

‘Don’t misunderstand my intentions here XXXXX, I fully appreciate what you’re saying and I see your point. However, reaching such a substantial milestone, Mach 1. Does that give us some breathing space? Will that make the powers that be in Washington a little less afraid of their shadows?’

Colonel XXXXXX didn’t reply.

Kennedy assassination unintended consequence of the Roswell alien encounter

‘Let’s sleep on it. In the morning, if you still believe that we must act urgently, I’ll back you all the way. However, if we have a little time to maneuver, maybe we can find a more palatable solution that still protects the oath we took, yet pulls the world back from the brink.’

There was wisdom in the words of Colonel XXX XXXXXX, XXXXXX could see that. Without discussing it further, he made an immediate decision and addressed the group.

‘Gentlemen, I’ve made you all aware of the problem as I see it. Colonel XXXXXX has just reminded me of something that potentially removes the need for imperative action. I suggest we get a good night’s sleep, and in the morning, we discuss what positive action we can take whilst still maintaining our sworn oaths.

‘If and when things deteriorate, and I promise you I will keep my finger on that pulse, I will call another meeting, at which point we decide what action to take. I will not proceed without the support of you all. That is a promise. We will always remain equal participants in our mission.’

It was a positive note to close the evening on.

End of Extract.

Roswell’s Final Witness is nearly complete

Kennedy assassination unintended consequence of the Roswell alien encounter
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy was brought about by fake alien crash debris in the hands of the military.

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