UFOs Are Real: It’s Time to Talk About Gray Privilege
Spurred by the media campaign launched by Pentagon whistleblower Lue Elizondo, the US government is starting to indicate that it has been lying about the evidence they have of the existence of UFOs or UAPs, unidentified aerial phenomena. Before resigning, Elizondo helped to secure the release of three military-recorded videos of these phenomena that has stirred unprecedented media attention to the subject. Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has an interest in the subject and secured funding for investigations into the matter which led to Elizondo running the Pentagon program AATIP, Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Elizondo says he resigned because the Pentagon bureaucracy was not taking the matter seriously. That technology of unknown origin is hovering around the air space of the world’s leading military power with impunity, dwarfing our scientific understanding, and even interacting with our nuclear arsenal could well be the biggest story in human history. In anticipation of the imminent Pentagon report to Congress that may disclose further information they have on the matter, I believe it is crucial to utilize the finest intellectual apparatus we have in our culture to examine this threat, Critical Race Theory, to understand what must be done.
There is still debate as to whether these objects may be the technology of a rival like Russia rather than something beyond our species. This is incredulous: how could a country like Russia with an annual military budget around 60 billion dollars leapfrog a progressive culture with an annual military budget closer to 1 trillion dollars. Why else would DC need that much money every year if not to insure it has the finest defense known to humanity. Our focus should be on the possibility that these phenomena are coming from outside our species. In recent years, the Pentagon and agencies like the CIA have embraced the framework of critical theory to better understand the world. Standing on the backs of founding giants such as Michel Foucault and Herbert Marcuse, a former OSS officer, the US government as well as almost all of the major corporations it subsidizes—from Coca Cola to Amazon—have fully embraced the analytical framework of critical theory. Like most young Americans, much of my time in university was spent learning how to use critical theory and crit
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