Is a UFO war underway between extraterrestrials and naval forces? That’s the shocking claim being made by a former US military contractor and scientist named John Kettler who alleges there is a UFO war raging in the waters off Antarctica, according to information made available on Oct. 26, 2012 by the Exopolitics Institute News Service.
John Kettler’s biography indicates that he is the son of a defense engineer who worked as a military analyst for Hughes (Raytheon) and Rockwell (Boeing). He even earned a primary research credit in the documentary “The Panama Deception.” Kettler maintains his own website John Kettler Investigates where he posts updates on the so-called UFO war like this one: ” … UFOs, coming from underwater bases in two oceans so far, have already forced the commitment of hundreds of warships, many from Asian navies, in an effort to deal with an extremely aggressive Reptoid foe. Also, our people at sea are being preyed upon by the nightmare made flesh–interdimensional predators still being characterized.”
Video: Video featured by John Kettler on his website
Indeed, the allegation that a UFO war is taking place off Antarctica is a bold claim that has even some of the most die-hard UFO enthusiasts in disbelief. A poll by Current.com shows 29% of responders felt the story of a UFO war being waged in Antarctica was “bull [expletive deleted].” However, a whopping 25% of those polled believed the story was “fact,” and another 25% chose “possible.” The “devil” got 13% of the votes while the military got 0%.
One commenter on Current.com named Trut took a rational and logical approach to the difficulties involved in battling extraterrestrials, but he doesn’t seem to doubt the existence of a UFO war in Antarctica: “If the ufos [sic] are indeed flying at 25000 miles an hour what chance do the earthlings have to defeat these extraterrestrials? None. We don’t have rockets that go that fast and bullets aren’t that fast either. Maybe they could make an explosion in front of where they expect the ufo [sic] to go but highly unlikely.”
Not everyone is so accepting of John Kettler’s claims. According to the Exopolitics Institute News Service, ” … there is good reason to conclude that Kettler’s … claims are part of a psychological warfare operation that may be related to planning for a false flag alien event.”
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