UFOs and aliens trend as one whistleblower accuses the United States of concealing a “multi-decade” program that captures UFOs. The U.S. Congress’ subcommittee on National Security, the Border and Foreign Affairs held a hearing to discuss these concerns. Though movies are make believe, there may be some truth to these alien stories. Check out a list of alien movies with Black characters inside.
The US is accused of concealing a longstanding program that retrieves and reverse engineers unidentified flying objects, a former Air Force intelligence officer testified Wednesday (July 26) to Congress. The Pentagon denied his claims.
Retired Maj. David Grusch’s testimony has shaken up the country and brought national conversation to UFOs, aliens and extraterrestrial beings. His highly-anticipated testimony to a House Oversight subcommittee was Congress’ latest expedition into the world of UAPs — or “unidentified aerial phenomena,” which is the official term the U.S. government uses instead of UFOs. He was joined by two other whistleblowers, who cited the same concerning reports about these UAPs that the U.S. government is “operating with secrecy.”
The study of mysterious aircraft or objects has probed more research as a national security matter due to concerns that sightings observed by pilots may be tied to U.S. adversaries.
Watch the hearing below:
So, were our favorite alien movies like NOPE, Men in Black and Alien based in fact? Us, Earthly citizens, may never understand.
While the government lies to us about UFO programs, let’s just live in Delu-lu Land with these beloved alien films.
Check out a list of 11 alien movies with Black characters below:
1. ‘Men in Black’ (1997)Source:YouTube
2. ‘The Brother from Another Planet’ (1984)Source:YouTube
3. ‘The Empire Strikes Back’ (1980)Source:YouTube
4. ‘Alien Vs. Predator’ (2004)Source:YouTube
5. ‘The Force Awakens’ (2015)Source:YouTube
6. ‘NOPE’ (2022)
7. ‘Space Jam’ (1996)Source:YouTube
8. ‘Independence Day’ (1996)Source:YouTube
9. ‘Attack the Block’ (2011)Source:YouTube
10. ‘Alien’ (1979)Source:YouTube
11. ‘The Thing’ (1982)Source:YouTube
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