The "Battle of LA," 70 Years Ago Today: 5 Irrefutable Arguments Why It Was Actually a UFO Attack

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The truth is out there.
Seventy years ago today, the Battle of Los Angeles occurred, a vicious fight that resulted in three civilian deaths.

Haven't heard of it? We're not surprised.

The U.S. government said what happened was nighttime antiaircraft crews protecting Los Angeles got nervous -- it was just two months after Pearl Harbor -- and opened fire on a weather balloon.

The crews also set off flares, and all the confusion just built on itself. So we're told.

Others say the night featured an attempted UFO landing, in which the valiant gun crews fought aliens trying to land.

It's pretty obvious the latter is true.

Obviously the aliens not only attempted to land, they succeeded. Just look at what's happened in Hollywood since then. The logic becomes inescapable.

5. The quantity of UFO/alien movies has increased dramatically
Between 1911 and 1941, UFOs and flying saucers were occasionally a subject for films. Since then -- especially since the 1950s, after a necessary period of time to learn the equipment and infiltrate studio management -- movies about UFOs exploded. Coincidence? who's being naive, Kay?

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4. The quality of UFO/alien movies has increased dramatically
In the 1930s, UFOs were laughably portrayed on screen, obvious frauds. While it understandably took a decade or two to import the necessary technology from the home planet to Earth, all of a sudden you got Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Independence Day and the Transformers series. The aliens' unstinting desire for complete accuracy in movies is inspiring

3. Very, very strange people like Tom Cruise and Arnold Schwarzenegger have reached the pinnacle of Hollywood success
One fiercely believes in aliens and Xenu as if he knows it was true and the other became an influential box-office legend despite documentaries that proved a) he could barely speak English, and b) he was a cyborg sent from the future to kill a specific human. Luckily for the U.S. -- and the world -- the aliens overreached when they had him elected California governor as a first step towards getting his finger on the nuclear button (Yes, their plans included overturning the "natural born citizen" section of the Constitution.)

2. The attacks suddenly stopped
If it was a case of "itchy trigger fingers," why weren't there countless more up and down the coast? Answer: Because the aliens had succeeded in landing and needed no more attempts. Sherlock Holmes's "dog that didn't bark" theorem FTW, bitchaz.

1. They never found the "weather balloon" that started it all
The feds would have you believe the following:
1) A weather balloon was shot at by a lot of antiaircraft guns
2) It, or its pieces, fell to the Pacific Ocean.

If that's true, why couldn't they produce the balloon? Surely the balloon (or the pieces thereof) would have floated in the Pacific for some time, and the Pacific is known by oceanologists to be, as they say, "not very big."

So why couldn't the government find this alleged "balloon"?

Think, people. And vote Ron Paul!!!


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Jeremy
Jeremy

I did a lot of research into the Battle of Los Angeles, and from what I found, the newspaper that printed it did so as a hoax, much like the reading of "war of the worlds"  I found literally no evidence that this actually happened, although the article from the newspaper makes it seem like everyone knew about it.  If you go google Battle of los angeles hoax you will see that most skeptics categorized this long ago as a fake.  But, if it were real, then goddamn, aliens and shit!!!

Mars
Mars

You couldn't have done very much research. At least TWO Los Angeles newspapers carried the story: The LA Times, and the LA Examiner. You say that the LA Times printed the headline and wrote the story "ARMY SAYS ALARM REAL", with a second column titled "Five Deaths Laid To Raid Blackout" as a hoax??? And they were printing a hoax when they said "Attention - Subscribers: Because of the blackout yesterday..." and went on to explain why copies of the newspaper were delivered late???  They carried the hoax to its limit and delayed the delivery of newspapers??? This was a newspaper printing war news - not a radio theater of the air run by teenagers. Get a grip. The incident happened.

Devnull
Devnull

Whahahahahaha!  Richard Connelly does not know how to use his brain. Utter nonsense. If we would be invaded by Aliens they would be so advanced they would annihilate our aircraft in a microsecond. Come on!

Thomas Ledbetter
Thomas Ledbetter

We have not been visited by aliens. It would take all the energy in the universe to travel *at* the speed of light, and there is no way to go faster than that according to physics. If an alien race was advanced to somehow develop unknown physics to travel that fast, they would be so far ahead of us that there would be no doubt that they had shown up. This article is complete and utter nonsense. And btw.. although Ron Paul does have some interesting ideas, he is not presidential material, and has no chance of winning.

Jeremy
Jeremy

The alien bit, probably true.  The Ron Paul bit, you have no clue what you are talking about, maybe un-electable by the ignorant masses, but that is why we have an ELECTORAL college dude.  And guess what?  Most electoral delegates are siding with Paul, the public may elect Romney, but it will be like when Clinton got elected, the college plans on swinging the vote.  i used to doubt the electoral college, now I completely see it as necessary, as ignorant fools like you have the right to vote, which scares me.

For example - Santorum won Iowa, OH NOES!!! but it doesn't matter, because Paul picked up ALL 13 Electoral delegates from Iowa.  So Ron Paul is gonna win there, not Santorum.  And it is like that across the states, I am wiling to bet only a few southern states don't get Ron picked and that's because they are religious nut cases and ignorant at best.

R.S.
R.S.

What have you been smoking?!?!?

TruTulsa
TruTulsa

Hmmmm sounds more like Romney material - inasmuch as he believes he will be God of another planet; or even Gingrich, who thinks we need to colonize the moon; Santorum, now, he believes that some drag queen passing out unleavened bread is handing out the literal Body of Christ.Ron Paul supporters are the realists.  No tin-foil conspiracies here, bub, just the facts.

Acr_357
Acr_357

Im drunk! The perosn that wrote this is a crackhead lmao

Betrayed
Betrayed

For all you peeps out there who have no clue on your govts actions, I recommend "Behold a Pale Horse" is eye opening to say the least.

Jeremy
Jeremy

Behold a Pale Horse is about 10% true, 90% imagination.  He did have some interesting view points, but the man was crazy, come on, just read about how he died, and not the conspiracy version perpetrated by his friend.  

greezy
greezy

like finding a weather baloon in an ocean.. im-fucking-possible.

TheKingJAK
TheKingJAK

I don't doubt that life exists elsewhere, and that we have been visited by it. As for UFOs, just remember that something being unidentified doesn't make it not of this Earth, but the ones that defy all present logic in terms of flight characteristics might very well be. Question everything from an analytical viewpoint, but don't ever forget to keep an opened mind as well.

Sixpax7736
Sixpax7736

I wonder if some of the previous posters have enough sense to realize the article is written tounge in cheek? Its kidding! Time to remove those heads from those asses folks.

Thedarkraven
Thedarkraven

While I'm all for the possibility that it was an alien attack. These 5 statements are hardly irrefutable. I dont see how any of these statements are proof that it happend

The Snuggler
The Snuggler

"the Pacific is known by oceanologists to be, as they say, "not very big." " How is the Pacific ocean not very big??I believe in aliens but this is absolute nonsense. I'm not saying there wasn't an alien spacecraft either. Do you honestly believe number 3? If so i feel sorry for you and for how society failed you.

G-allen
G-allen

 I'm having a really hard time understanding you, could you kindly elaborate?

Mickeymouse
Mickeymouse

Keep taking the pills you strange yank f@ck ups!

Link2thepastx3
Link2thepastx3

wow those reasons are such BS id be more inclined to belive the mayans

Paul
Paul

i'am sueing the federal goverment because i have been spyed on, and who knows what else, by extra-terrestrials for many years. i'am sueing them on the terms that there is a breach in our homeland security, by visitors from another planet. the government is not telling us the truth about et's leaveing us in harms way. LOL "parasiticlord" \m/

Aceidson
Aceidson

I can always tell when you write something, Richard.  Abolute drivel, as usual.

Dave
Dave

More UFO blog posts please. 

Martin
Martin

I can see it now.... George Washington - Alien Hunter! 

Fletcher
Fletcher

I heard Dwight Eisenhower was the first president to be informed of alien visitations. 

G_allen
G_allen

Lincoln WAS an alien, haven;t you ever watched Star Trek?

Wyatt
Wyatt

 Stop the presses, everyone, this guy heard something once about aliens!

f. lindsay
f. lindsay

it was REAL-IT HAPPENED the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN COVERING UP THE TRUTH ABOUT E.T. VISITORS because THEY DO NOT KNOW WHO the VISITOR'S ARE. THERE IS NO WAY THE FED is going 2  CONFESS 2 THE PUBLIC-''WE ARE BEING VISITED,but WE DO NOT KNOW WHO THEY ARE, WHERE THEY CAME FROM& WHAT ARE THE INTENTIONS OF THE ALIENS.'' THE general PUBLIC WOULD NOT BE ABLE 2 COPE WITH SUCH HONESTY. 

Fat Bass Turd
Fat Bass Turd

Beware of folks who blog/post/comment in all-caps; we CAN read, dipsh¡t!

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