MAXIMUM FALSE FLAG ALERT: Nobel winner economist says Alien Invasion Defense will Save Economy

By | June 26, 2012

Nobel laureate economist Paul Krugman repeated his assertion this week that the United States could benefit economically if the government began pouring money into anti-ET defense in preparation for a possible alien invasion of Earth.

Even a faked war of the worlds scare might help, he suggested.

The Huffington Post reached out to some experts who share an intense interest in the idea that earthlings are not the only intelligent game in town — or space.

We asked, If there were an ET threat and if the U.S. government were to suddenly rechannel its budgets into preparing an anti-alien defense, would that ultimately save our economy? Their responses varied, ranging from skepticism to enthusiasm.

via Paul Krugman’s Alien Invasion Defense Idea To Save Economy Gets Brickbats, Bouquets From Experts.

Yes, yes its all very simple. With their UFO technology, the US will stage an Alien invasion. They will use concentrated Gamma rays to internally combust humans at such strengths that one second you’re standing there and next thing you’re a puff of dust in the wind. They will wipe out most of the human race and then pretend to beat the so called Aliens and claim victory. – anonymousCoward, GodlikeProductions

Ah, so the crop circles were just target practice.

Or perhaps the real aliens will attack during the planned fake alien invasion. Just remember the lesson of the Wizard of Oz. If the invasion happens, keep cool and look behind the curtain.

5 thoughts on “MAXIMUM FALSE FLAG ALERT: Nobel winner economist says Alien Invasion Defense will Save Economy

  1. Fred Killer

    Don’t panic folks; just watch ‘Mars Attacks.’ for sound survival advice.

    “When I’m calling yoooooooooooooooou.”

    “This could be a cultural mis-understanding.”

    “Jesus Christ!”

    “Guess again!”

  2. Daniel Watchman

    Apparently you weren’t there in 1952 when over a million people witnessed multiple silver disc-shaped objects hovering over the Capitol Building in D.C. The military sure was. F-16’s were scrambled to find the objects had literally vanished into thin air above the Capitol Building. Check the history books. This went on for hours. The next day the papers quoted General Samford of the AF saying that the objects seen (and spotted on military and civilian radar) the night before could be explained away as temperature inversions. That response is about as intelligent as the drivel leaking from the author(?) of this blog i’m currently commmenting on. When you don’t do your homework it’s one thing Xenophilia. It’s another to stand on your invisible soapbox spouting uninformed rhetoric to the masses. Don’t mock that which you know nothing about. Because it is painfully obvious that you don’t have a clue when it comes to the UFO reality. You are just another one of the sheeple getting prepped for the slaughterhouse.

    1. Xeno Post author

      Daniel, Hello. Nice to meet you. Troll much? 1952? No, I was not born yet. Were you there? What did you see? Is encouraging healthy skepticism drivel?

      As to the UFO reality, after years of UFO research to be told I know nothing is refreshing. Okay, I know nothing. I’m all ears. Tell me something. My mind is not made up. It never has been about UFOs. Could be aliens, could be military, or inner earth semi-invisible Nazi bigfoots. I don’t know. I have heard a lot of theories and stories. I do know that a million people can see an illusion. The number of people seeing or believing something is interesting, but it doesn’t convince me. The wind is natural and invisible and it repeats frequently enough that no one doubts it. But imagine if the wind blew only as frequently as UFOs are sighted. In that case, I’d be asking you about the wind reality.

      To be more exact, some UFOs *are* secret military craft, unmanned drones, and so on. Some are natural phenomena, meteors, ball lightning, etc. Some are mistakes of perception, such as seeing reflections or planets. But when I say I don’t know about UFOs, I’m talking about the most interesting cases like the Battle of LA, the crash at Roswell, the Foo Fighters, and yes, the 1952 UFOs over the White House. My most down to earth guess is that some Nazi’s escaped to South America and the South Pole, improved their curved winged ships and buzzed Washington. They were fast, but didn’t have any weapons, they just wanted to make a stir, to make a point, possibly ahead of some secret negotiation. Wild speculation on my part. So, you seem to know the truth … What were they? Or are you all insults and no answers?

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