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Amusing Piece of Double-Double Cross Disinfo,
This review is from: Mirage Men: A Journey into Disinformation, Paranoia and UFOs: The Weird Truth Behind UFOs (Paperback)
Bloated dish of spaghetti CIAse, which will inevitably satisfy the appetites of the left brained and those who have never properly researched the extraterrestrial issue it seeks to debunk.
As will all disinformation attempting to pass itself off as revelation, the recipe mixes a good deal of fact with fiction, in exactly the fashion it claims to be exposing.
How any serious researcher can imply that covering up the testing of secret US military aircraft was the sole explanation for the 1940s-50s flying saucer flap, is hysterically funny, and any reader who believes that has to have their head firmly ensconced in their intestines.
Presumably, we are supposed to believe that American secret aircraft were so advanced in the late 1940s and early 1950s that they could travel faster than the speed of light, stop on a dime and then, rather stupidly, hover noiselessly and conspicuously over the very nuclear facilities the military were trying to keep secret.
Cognitive dissonance anyone?