Iran’s Flying Saucer Downed U.S. Drone, Engineer Claims• Spencer Ackerman and Noah Shachtman
Late last month, Iran put on display what it insisted was a captured American stealth drone. At the time, Tehran claimed it brought down the RQ-170 with a sophisticated electronic attack. Nonsense, says one Iranian engineer who claims to have inside knowledge of the drone-nab. The Islamic Republic used force fields and flying saucers to subdue and capture the unmanned aircraft.
Meet Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, who purports to be the father of the RQ-170 abduction. In a recent post to his eponymous foundation’s online forums, Keshe claims the Iranians used “advanced space technology” that he pioneered. “The craft has been air-picked-up and been put down on its belly through the use of field forces,” Keshe writes — by which he means force fields. It’s feeling a lot like Tinfoil Tuesday, our weekly round-up of the planet’s most insane conspiracy theories.
The U.S. has yet to confirm that the drone Iran claims to have is actually the stealthy “Beast of Kandahar,” and the yellow model that Iran has peddled out looks like it’s made out of fondant, like a drone-shaped cake constructed for an episode of Food Network Challenge. Keshe claims that the drone looks as smooth and clean as it does in Iran’s propaganda photos because his force fields intercepted the RQ-170, like a tractor beam would, and deposited it gently to Iranian soil. As summarized by Pure Energy Systems News, Keshe’s technology, part of an “Iranian [flying] saucer program,” harnesses “a fusion reaction that manipulates dark matter, regular matter, and antimatter.”
3 Comments in Response to Iran’s Flying Saucer Downed U.S. Drone, Engineer Claims
So that's how they did it. lol
Here is something worthwhile considering. Hitler's airforce R & D was well ahead of what the average present-day U.S. citizen would consider "their time." Look at the pictures in the website:
Go through all the pictures and look at them. They look a bit like the SR-71 Blackbird that made its first (known) flight in the early 1960s. Yet the thing these pictures emphasizes, mostly by accident is, that the average citizen of today might be way behind in his thinking about military technology in present-day United States.
What I mean is, if the Hitler's WWII was so advanced as to have almost constructed jet planes that looked something like the SR-71 Blackbird, where is the U.S. military today, after an additional 65 years of research?
Personally, it wouldn't surprise me at all if I found out that the U.S. had secret bases on the other side of the moon.
So, what possibilities might there be that the world of research has barely been scratched, that there are loads of completely open avenues of tremendously powerful research, research that would not require any funding at all, but only an inquisitive mind with a certain gentle cunning, something that any of us might be able to do?
There are so many lies, and so much treachery, both in the States, and around the world. All one need do is compare the pre-election platforms of the Presidents for the last 50 years to see the lies and treachery. Are any other nation governments better?
In this article source, the last paragraph seems to be a translated quote from the guy who clams to be behind Iran's ability to bring a U.S. military drone down. It says: “We invite the US government and other nations to enter into negotiation with the Foundation and The Iranian government,” he posted, “for disclosure of the full space technology to all nations simultaneously that there shall be no more war race, but a pace race [sic] to join and conquer the space and not each others little peace of lands so called nations, this offer stands and is extended to all nations irrespective of their colour, race and religion.”
What if this guy is sincere? What if he is telling the truth? What if he has made a major technological break-through in an area overlooked by all other scientists?
The scary part is, that if it is true, and if Iran really would share the conquering of space with a one-world organization, who would run that one-world organization? And what would be their goals?
So, let's watch and see. Because, the One-Worlders have been consolidating their forces, gradually bringing the world toward that united goal - in the name of money, if nothing else. If they (One-Worlders) accept this offer from Iran, you will know that freedom's number is just about up.