Bored by the conspiracy theories, a large group of people, all alien enthusiasts, have pledged to meet up and uncover the secrets of “Area 51.”
The audacious mission is set to take place on 20th September 2019 at 3am, and those attending will convene at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction to coordinate their entry.
Armed with ‘Naruto’ and ‘Pebble’ runner, thousands of people are gearing to storm this highly classified United States Air Force facility to see the aliens.
This plan seems like parking a UFO outside your newly built terrace, but these enthusiasts have mapped out a detailed plan to ensure they succeed.
And their mission is based on a simple slogan:
“They can’t stop all of us.”
The mastermind of the mission took to the ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us’ Facebook group saying:
“If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them, aliens.”
This mission doesn’t seem safe or legit, but let’s humor these adventurers.
I too am an alien enthusiast, and I’d really love and be excited to go to Nevada desert and meet up with the aliens. But is the idea worth risking my life or taking a potential bullet? Let’s be realistic.
The Area 51 is a large facility and extremely secured by military Air Force unit, and has been the center for many alien conspiracy theories for decades.
Some conspiracies even claim that the facility hosts the testing of UFO and extra-terrestrial beings.
So far, over 400,000 people have joined “Storm Area 51” Facebook group, all offering various approaches to their plan.
One person suggested:
“We use the rock throwers and naruto runners to distract them, and the rest of us go underground.”
“Get the aliens on your side, and you might have a chance with some “inside support” like sabotaging the guns.”
Jackson Barnes, creator and master strategist of the group, said that he hopes they’ll storm the facility without the using violence.
“…the Rock Throwers will throw pebbles at the inevitable resistance (we don’t want to hurt them, we just want to annoy them enough to not shoot…”
Once they meet up on 20th September, they’ll split up into three groups:
Then the rest will watch from a safe distance with binoculars and popcorn. However, not everybody in the group is in support of the mission.
One person warned:
“Man… y’all gonna die…”
It’s also surprising that the US government hasn’t closed this Facebook page yet, but let’s wish these alien enthusiasts luck.