UFOs 'took over Russian nukes' and 'entered launch codes' nearly triggering WW3

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The Russian-built Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile, branded the "Satan" missile by the Kremlin (Image: kremlin.ru/e2w)
The Russian-built Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile, branded the "Satan" missile by the Kremlin (Image: kremlin.ru/e2w)

Russia has been thrust into the UFO mania debate as it's been claimed extraterrestrial beings took control of the Kremlin's cache of nuclear missiles.

The hijacking almost led to World War III, according to sworn testimony shared with Congress this week.

Award-winning Las Vegas journalist George Knapp - who often reports on ET phenomena - told the panel that Russian military officials had also deployed fighter jets to fire on the UFOs following a near world-ending clash

Mr Knapp said Russia has been carrying out what is known as the biggest UFO probe in history, which has taken 10 years and taken accounts from figures across the entire breadth of the Russian military. It found there had been 45 incidents of Russian fighter jets clashing with UFO and three jets crashing with at least two Russian airmen killed.

Mr Knapp claims to have spoken with a Russian official called Boris Sokolov, who says there have been at least 45 incidents in which fighter jets had a run-in with an unidentified flying object.

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UFOs 'took over Russian nukes' and 'entered launch codes' nearly triggering WW3George Knapp at Area 51 in Nevada in 2019 (WireImage)

But the incident which caused the most concern happened at an Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) silo in Ukraine, in which a UFO "somehow took control of the launch system", says Mr Sokolov. Describing the events in incredible detail, Mr Knapp said the UFO appeared over the base before performing aerial maneuvers which far exceed anything human-built aircraft can do, leaving eyewitnesses stunned.

Then after taking control of the launch system, the ETs allegedly fired up the ballistic missiles. Launch control codes, which are only known by the select few, were then entered and the base was unable to prevent the WWIII-sparking events unfolding in front of them. Just as quickly as the UFOs appeared, they disappeared and their hold on the system went with them.

In response to the terrifying events, the Russian Defence Ministry has issued an order which bans its military from interfering with UFOs because they "may have incredible capacities for retention", according to Mr Knapp. While Russia takes an avoidant approach to the supposed aliens, since the late 1960s the US has maintained that they "pose no threat to national security and are not worthy of further study".

"This dismissive attitude is directly at odds with what was revealed in documents, reports, and internal memos," Mr Knapp wrote. "High-ranking military officers considered the UFO mystery to be 'serious business.' The paper trail revealed via FOIA requests documents how military leaders knew that UFOs were 'real, not fictitious,' that they were metallic craft, capable of incredible maneuvers far beyond any known technology on Earth, and that there were a disturbing number of incidents wherein UFOs seemed to demonstrate an intense interest in our military assets, in particular nuclear weapons. If this is not a matter of national security, what is?"

Mr Knapp is not the only individual raising these concerns with the US government. Investigative journalist Jeremy Corbell also chimed in, telling Congress that UFOs are a major concern and may have us outgunned. "UAP have proven that they can operate with impunity within our airspace. This is occurring almost every day, often within our restricted airspace," Corbell wrote in his testimony shared by Fox News.

"And most alarmingly, UAP are witnessed, documented and often captured on corroborative multi-platform defense sensors and targeting systems while displaying the capability to outpace, outmaneuver, and outperform our most advanced military weaponry; or any other known technologically advanced terrestrial nation’s military inventory and private industry holdings."

Will Stewart

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