400k People Have Signed Up To Storm Area 51 And ‘See Them Aliens’

Alfie PowellAlfie Powell in Funny, News
Published 12.07.19
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Area 51 is under threat after the people have turned on the US government’s secrecy in order to “see them aliens”.

Pretty much the whole time it’s been there, people have wanted to get into Area 51 to see what’s been going on.

A whole host of conspiracy theories exist, with ideas ranging from experimental military base to housing for extra terrestrial aliens, but it’s the latter that caught the public’s imagination.

People want to think there’s aliens among us on earth for some reason, and for another reason the general consensus is that if they are on earth, they’re in Area 51.

area 51 facebook group

It’s the guns at the door that do it, really. The US government have themselves to blame.

People have tried to get in before, of course, but every time they’ve been stopped, arrested or shot at, but there’s a new plan.

We all know there’s safety in numbers, so if thousands of people stormed Area 51 then they couldn’t all be stopped.

Well because of that, there’s now an event on Facebook called ‘Storm Area 51, they can’t stop all of us’ which has over 400,000 people “attending” and a further 417,000 interested.

The description reads:

We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens.

see them aliens area 51

Seems pretty legit.

To be fair though, if 800,000 people showed up with a cavalier attitude to their lives, then most of them are probably going to get in. They just don’t need to be put off by people around them being shot.

I mean I wouldn’t do it, but I’d be interested in what they found.

Honestly though, I think it’s probably quite boring in there. No aliens, just a load of stuff that would go straight over our heads because we wouldn’t even know what we were looking at. Maybe a couple of fancy missiles.

Or is that just what I want you do think?

That’s right, The Hook is owned by the US government for propaganda.

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