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Is there any truth in this?



1stEarthBattalion

Skilled Investigator
Came across this and not for the first time (the first reports I read was of an accidental discovery. An army unit specialising in building underground bases burst into a cavern populated by aliens. Things turned nasty and they had to call in delta Force - the best and most modern equiped unit available to seal off the breach).

Note: This report seems to reveal a limited 'perspective' on the overall
'Dulce wars' based on the experience of one man. It appears however from a
number of sources as if there was much more involved in the overall
scenario than what Phil Schneider describes. For instance from Phil's
description it would appear as if his team broke-in to the base
'accidentally'. It could have been that IN RESPONSE to the captured
scientists mentioned by Thomas Edwin Castello and others, special military
forces and agents intentionally attempted to break-in to the underground
alien bases through a "back door" so-to-speak, yet Schneider may have not
been aware of this part. Other reports would suggest that the conflict was
more complex than this, involving more than one firefight. According to
Thomas Castello, John Lear, Bill Cooper, and other sources, the "Dulce
Wars" involved AT LEAST a hundred highly-trained special forces, including
Delta force Black Berets, Air Force Blue Berets, Division 5 FBI, CIA, and
Secret Service. Because of the "cover-up", special forces units with the
necessary security clearances for this type of operation were rare.
Needless to say, this "war" did not have the full backing of Congress and
the American people, and this no doubt contributed to the loss of the 66
special force personnel who died in the conflict.

Is there any credence to any of this or is it just a fantastic backdrop to a movie MAN VERSUS THE MOLES.

I think that there is a lot in this - it is far easier to imagine people going underground and trying to exist than being visited by Aliens from outerspace.

Also how good are we at building underground - are there chunnel machines worming there way across the globe?
 

Xylo

Paranormal Adept
Came across this and not for the first time (the first reports I read was of an accidental discovery. An army unit specialising in building underground bases burst into a cavern populated by aliens. Things turned nasty and they had to call in delta Force - the best and most modern equiped unit available to seal off the breach).

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I think that there is a lot in this - it is far easier to imagine people going underground and trying to exist than being visited by Aliens from outerspace.

Also how good are we at building underground - are there chunnel machines worming there way across the globe?

I say there's nothing true about that story at all... except for the possibility that there may be some really cool tunneling machines out there.
 

Kandinsky

Curious Cat
Where Phil Schneider was concerned, there was nothing to substantiate his stories. On the other hand, several of his accounts have been been shown to be false.

The biggest problem is his lack of education. There are no records of him being educated to the degree where he would be employed in a capacity to be an engineer. His own timeline discounts the possibility.
 

CapnG

Devil's Advocate
Phil Schneider was a far-right nut, period. Nothing even remotely associated with him should be taken seriously. But don't take my word for it, type his name into Youtube and watch in awe as he claims things that can't be proven, shows evidence that he won't allow to be touched, grumbles incoherently about communism and the loss of American freedoms and implies that the worst thing about the Clinton presidency was that a member of his staff was (allegedly) a lesbian (GASP! HORRORS!)
 

1stEarthBattalion

Skilled Investigator
I have a conspiracy theory for you. Mr Amazon , I have to give away half because of the way I treated my wife, look at my rocket. Had his main rocket developers resign over safety concerns (so humming and shaking is bad) . SO for his flight he new us technical engineers are star trek fans and would not let Cap'n Kirk get harmed. So Be-Zeus brought Shat along more as a hostage to ensure he got home safely from his orbital jaunt . You only have to see the YouTube on how William got blanked by Be-Rude when they landed and Danny C went in for a hug to know that he did not respect a federation officer (Ka'pla).
Just saying .....
You know I am right. Your read it here first - WS "Astro shield"
 
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