Saturday, 25 May 2019

The Battle of Los Angeles

The Battle of Los Angeles

Military Report from the following day:
During the night of 24/25 February 1942, unidentified objects caused a succession of alerts in southern California. On the 24th, a warning issued by naval intelligence indicated that an attack could be expected within the next ten hours. That evening a large number of flares and blinking lights were reported from the vicinity of defense plants. An alert called at 19:18 pm, Pacific time was lifted at 22:23, and the tension temporarily relaxed. But early in the morning of the 25th renewed activity began. Radars picked up an unidentified target 120 miles west of Los Angeles. Antiaircraft batteries were alerted at 02:15 and were put on Green Alert—ready to fire—a few minutes later. The AAF kept its pursuit planes on the ground, preferring to await indications of the scale and direction of any attack before committing its limited fighter force. Radars tracked the approaching target to within a few miles of the coast, and at 02:21 the regional controller ordered a blackout. Thereafter the information center was flooded with reports of "enemy planes, " even though the mysterious object tracked in from sea seems to have vanished. At 02:43, planes were reported near Long Beach, and a few minutes later a coast artillery colonel spotted "about 25 planes at 12,000 feet" over Los Angeles. At 03:06 a balloon carrying a red flare was seen over Santa Monica and four batteries of anti-aircraft artillery opened fire, whereupon "the air over Los Angeles erupted like a volcano." From this point on reports were hopelessly at variance.
Editors notes:
What were the 25 planes, seen & where did they go? Was the balloon a true report? No evidence was found of said balloon. Why didn't The AAF deploy planes to investigate the unknown planes that were approaching ? As seen in the photo: a bright silhouette that looks saucer shaped. Many questions left unanswered. In 1942, mankind was just beginning the testing of WoMD. Mmmmm,,? 5 people died, many were injured. Tons of ammunition fired. AT A Weather Balloon! Come on? What really happened? 
The Japanese government, after the war ended, declared that they had flown no airplanes over Los Angeles during the war. The divergence of views between the War and Navy departments, and the unsatisfying conjectures advanced by the Army to explain the affair, touched off a vigorous public discussion. If the batteries were firing on real planes, some of them as low as 9,000 feet, as Secretary Stimson declares, why were they completely ineffective? Why did no American planes go up to engage them, or even to identify them? A photo published in the Los Angeles Times on February 26, 1942, has been cited by some ufologists and conspiracy theorists as part of evidence of an extraterrestrial visitation. They assert that the photo clearly shows searchlights focused on an alien spaceship!
What really happened? Only Disclosure will tell us The Truth! 

The only thing new, is the history U haven't been told. It's all a big lie! 

No comments:

Post a Comment