Ah, the Examiner.com. Such a wellspring of good stories for us, and they are always very well-written. Well, I’m half right. Basically, what this article is trying to say is that the Israelis shot down what they originally thought was a military drone of unknown origin, but now one UFO researcher believes it to be a UFO from outer space. Or a different dimension. This UFO researcher also happens to run an ESL school in Taiwan. Yeah.
Israel scrambled fighter jets to intercept a drone last Saturday that crossed deep into Israeli airspace from the Mediterranean Sea, shooting the aircraft down over the country’s southern desert, the military said. Have you noticed that the group responsible for the drone still seems to be unclear?
Some media reports sought to blame the Lebanese Islamic militant group Hezbollah. However, what navy does Hezbollah have to be able to launch such a drone from the Mediterranean sea? UFO Sightings Daily now reports that the drone that was reported to have been shot down by Israel was a UFO of possible alien origin.
UFO Sightings Daily is coordinated by Scott C. Waring, who is a UFO researcher and author who has become an honorary astronomer through his independent investigative research on anomalies in space and on planets like Mars. Mr. Waring had been affiliated with the United States Air Force at SAC base (USAF flight line). He currently owns an ESL School in Taiwan.
Mr. Waring elaborates on his testimony.
“Now news is stating that this is a UAV or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and they decided this by the way it moves as such high speeds from one position to anther with sudden reverse moves that no jet could perform. This still has not been identified an all surrounding countries have denied responsibility. All evidence points to this being a UFO from space [or a different dimension].”
On 19 August 2012 an Israeli witness with his wife reported on MUFON seeing 13 – 16 orbs. Diverse other UFO sightings have been reported by Israelis.
I get the fact that they claim that this object moved in ways that no known jet could, but using that, as well as the fact that no nation has yet claimed responsibility for it yet, to claim that it’s from outer space or another dimension is just ridiculous. And UFO researchers wonder why nobody takes them seriously.