Is the Alien Invasion Promoting Human Conflict?

On November 4, 2013 by Alien invasion

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United we stand, divided we fall. This is not a new concept but it has certainly proven true throughout our troubled history. Humanity is now facing competition from beyond the world. These forces would like nothing more than to contend with a weak and divided humanity. We would have no effectiveness in competing with worlds that are united and focused in their efforts. Is human conflict being promoted by the alien invasion? The evidence points to a resounding yes though it is difficult to outright prove given the secretive nature of the invasion. While there may not be a smoking gun, it would be foolish of us to discount the possibility.

At the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations in 1987, US President Ronald Reagan raised a few eyebrows when he asserted that the United States and the Soviet Union would settle their differences if the Earth was threatened by an alien invasion. A few more were raised when he asked: “is not an alien force ALREADY among us?” This was not the first time the President had brought this subject up, though it was certainly the most public. After a previous meeting with President Reagan, General Secretary of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev remarked: “At our meeting in Geneva, the U.S. President said that if the Earth faced an invasion by extraterrestrials, the United States and the Soviet Union would join forces to repel such an invasion. I shall not dispute the hypothesis…”

It is clear that, at the highest levels, the threat of an alien invasion is taken seriously. According to the Allies of Humanity material, the Cold War largely ended because the United States and the Soviet Union both realized that they faced a common foe:

“Are any of the world’s governments resisting the Intervention?”

Yes, the United States and Russia are resisting the Intervention. That is one of the reasons they have ceased their competition that was so destructive over many decades. They are more cooperative now, for they realize they need one another to be successful in offsetting the impacts and the persuasion that is being cast upon humanity.

There are smaller governments assisting now, but primarily it is these two greater powers that hold such great military strength and persuasion in the world. It is they who had fallen under alien deception, and it is they who have now turned against the Intervention.

Given the ever growing prevalence of war and conflict in our Great Waves of Change world, you would think that our leaders have forgotten that the enemy stands at our gate. While our sad history proves that we have never needed help from anyone to justify war, it’s worth considering whether or not the alien invasion is fanning the flames of human conflict. In the last decade we’ve seen the world’s only superpower, the United States, weaken considerably through a series of illogical wars and reckless economic policies. Cui bono – to whose benefit? Given that the alien invasion has proven psychic abilities and can manipulate people’s thoughts and memories, is it a stretch to think that some of the United State’s leaders were manipulated into actions that ultimately weakened their country? The Allies of Humanity confirm that this was the case:

You have but to promote religious extremism and nationalism and to convince the leaders and persuasive individuals that other peoples represent their enemy and a threat. You have only to project the images of spiritual saints and emissaries proclaiming the need to overcome adversaries. This is how the Intervention can promote conflict in the world. The United States’ engagement and its war in the nation of Iraq is a very good example of leaders being persuaded to do something that is utterly foolish, to engage in an intractable conflict with no certain outcome, committing so much of its resources, even risking world opinion to engage in this manner. Other nations, particularly nations that are powerful and influential, will be engaged in this way through persuasion by the Intervention—to diminish their power, to diminish their influence, to diminish the morale of their own peoples and to diminish their economies. For the Intervention needs humanity to decline in order to present itself as truly beneficial to human destiny.

Humanity must end its intractable conflicts if it wants to maintain its freedom and sovereignty. If we cannot find ways of cooperating with each other, we will risk losing everything that humanity has ever accomplished. Think about that for a moment. Countless generations of people have made contributions in every field to our civilization. We risk losing all of it because we cannot stop fighting amongst ourselves. Life in the universe is serious business. This is not a game. The alien invasion is playing for keeps. It’s time to grow up and work together as one united species. We are all humans.

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