By Peter Fotis Kapnistos
The spin-doctor drove into Roswell from an undisclosed government location. He had less than 24 hours to remedy a hastily dispatched news report and to re-write modern history.
The original Roswell Daily Record (July 8, 1947) news dispatch was forthright and far too direct: â€śAccording to Army Air Field (RAAF) public information officer Walter Haut, a flying saucer had crashed near Roswell, New Mexico, and some of its parts were salvaged by the U.S. military. Alien bodies were reportedly found.â€ť
Right away the spin-doctor was called in: â€śThe following day, the press reported that Commanding General of the Eighth Air Force Roger M. Ramey stated that the RAAF personnel had in fact recovered a radar-tracking balloon.â€ť
â€śAlien technology transfer?â€ť the spin-doctor quietly asked. â€śWhat will be done with the wreckage rubble?â€ť
â€śIt will all be sent to the Wright Patterson Air Force base,â€ť the officer politely replied.
â€śSoâ€¦ as of today itâ€™s U.S. property, isnâ€™t it?â€ť the spin-doctor solidly posed. â€śAn Air Force craft that can track radarâ€¦ among other things.â€ť
â€śThat sounds right, butâ€¦â€ť
â€śAnd what about the bodies?â€ť the spin-doctor quickly cut in.
â€śThey look like small android crittersâ€¦ with vegetable guts inside.â€ť
â€śAnthropomorphic dummies in military programs?â€ť the spin-doctor precisely reasoned. He would shrewdly rewrite history without committing perjury. â€śCrash test dummies in a high altitude balloon-like craft?â€ť
â€śThat sounds good, butâ€¦â€ť
The spin-doctor drove out of Roswell in a plain black Desoto car. Once upon a time in the trunk of his auto was a case containing the worldâ€™s first trial product of plutonium. It would be an unhurried campaign across the hot New Mexico desert.
By Peter Fotis Kapnistos , July 2012 http://myth-os.com/ Â