Tuesday, 23 July, 2019

400K people join Facebook group to 'storm Area 51'

313K join group pledging to storm Area 51 to search for aliens Hundreds Of Thousands Of People Have Signed Up For A Not-So-Secret Raid On Area 51
Deanna Wagner | 13 July, 2019, 05:57

By late Friday, 496,000 Facebook users RSVPd "yes" in hopes of catching up with their other-worldly friends at the event "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" on September 20 in the Nevada desert.

Over 400,000 people have committed to a Facebook event pledging to "Storm Area 51" in September in an effort to "see them aliens". "If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets", the event page read.

They're all members of a Facebook group created with the intention to "storm" Area 51 and "see them aliens." .

In 2013 the United States government admitted that the base is a secret intelligence hub when the CIA released an official history of the U-2 and OXCART projects, along with aerial photos of the site.

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The highly classified Area 51, a United States Air Force facility, has always been the source of conspiracy theories and lore.

The highly classified remote U.S. Air Force Base in Lincoln County, Nevada, is also known as Groom Lake, Dreamland or Paradise Ranch.

After a meet-up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction in Amargosa Valley, Nevada, they will rush the base with their arms behind their backs like characters from Naruto. "We storm Area 51.... but in those inflatable T-rex suits", another suggested. I just thought it would be amusing and get me some thumbsy uppies on the internet.

Over 450,000 people want to know what's really the deal with Area 51. Its odd reputation could be attributed to the testing of confidential military planes and other aircraft at the area, which isn't accessible to the public. The CIA has since published information about test flights that took place there, and the alien aspects in many of those theories have been debunked. For years there have been rumors that the base is holding aliens and UFOs. Only the driver was charged. Some have offered their own plans and even schematics detailing how the group will take on the base.