‘Aliens Exist and Humanity Isn’t Ready for the Truth,’ Says Retired Israeli Space Official

That twinkling star in the night sky? Everything may not be as it appears.

Aliens exist, but “humanity isn’t ready” for the truth – or so says Haim Eshed, a retired Israeli general and current professor. Eshed served as the head of Israel’s space security program for almost 30 years.

Eshed claims that both the United States and Israel have been dealing with aliens for years.

Eshed made a point to clarify that by “aliens” he was not referring to illegal immigrants, otherwise known as illegal aliens.

Furthermore, Eshed insists that President Trump is aware of the aliens and that he was “on the verge” of disclosing their existence but the “Galactic Federation” of aliens prevented him from doing so, under the pretext that they wished to prevent mass hysteria.

According to Eshed, the aliens feel that humankind needs to “evolve and reach a stage where we will… understand what space and spaceships are.”

Now at the ripe age of 87 years old, one possibility is that Eshed’s brain is fusing memories of watching Stephen Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind with his service in the Israeli space program.

According to Eshed, the secret to longevity is a steady diet of L.S.D.

Eshed claims that the aliens have made a pact with the United States and that there is a secret underground base on Mars where there are American and alien representatives.

Apparently, these aliens do, indeed, come in peace and simply are on a benign research mission to understand “the fabric of the universe.” That is unless they inevitably harvest our organs and strip mine Planet Earth.

Why is Eshed revealing this information now? According to Eshed, if he revealed these claims that he’s “saying today five years ago, [he] would have been hospitalized,” but since then the academic landscape has changed.

Nowadays, with P.C culture, safe spaces, and ludicrous pseudo-intellectual fads there is no limit to the outlandish claims liberal academia will countenance.

Eshed added that “today, they’re already talking differently. I have nothing to lose. I’ve received my degrees and awards; I am respected in universities abroad, where the trend is also changing.”

Where is all of this coming from? Surprise! Like most good revelations in the modern era, Eshed has just published a new book and has a warehouse of cockamamie books to sell.

(It reminds one of former U.S. National Security advisor John Bolton who thought that President Trump was an “imminent existential threat” to the country but waited six months to tell everyone so he could reveal it to us after we paid $25 for his book. Imminent threat, indeed!)

Eshed provides more information in his book, The Universe Beyond the Horizon – conversations with Professor Haim Eshed, along with other juicy details such as how aliens have averted nuclear apocalypses and “when we can jump in and visit the Men in Black.”

Phone home, ET! Your family is concerned about your well being. This space cadet is deep out of orbit.

It is unclear if any evidence exists that could support Eshed’s claims.

Some of you may be wondering: does President-elect Joe Biden know about the aliens? Joe Biden doesn’t remember what he had for breakfast, so even if U.S. intel briefed him on the existence of extraterrestrial life it is likely he shortly forgot the paradigm-reorienting disclosure and resumed pawing around a red balloon on the floor of his Delaware basement.

“At least he looks happy,” Dr. Jill Biden reasons.

In 2016, President Trump campaigned on the promise of unsealing for the public classified information pertaining to UFOs, along with the mystery surrounding John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

Thanks to the gumshoe reporting of the National Inquirer, we now know that Ted Cruz’s father killed JFK, but the mystery of UFOs remains unsolved.

We’d like to see that promise kept, Mr. President.

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