There are over 1 million Facebook users who have signed up to a Facebook event that calls users for a meeting at the US Air Force base, Area 51, in Nevada. The Air Force base has been a hot topic concerning alien activity and conspiracy theories. According to the details in the said Facebook event, the meeting will be on September 2019 to not only see aliens but to also free them!
The page makes reference to a Japanese manga-style of running called “the Naruto Run” which is sort of a comical way of running where a person tilts their upper body forward, hands straight on their sides, and sprinting as fast as they can. The page seems to be a lighthearted affair, with a pin on the post that reads to the US government that it is actually a joke and that it is not actually anyone’s intention to carry out the plan in seriousness. The pin also admits that the entire thing is a gimmick to get more likes on Facebook.
However, the event has gained phenomenal traction and has led to the inspiration of dozens upon dozens of jokes and memes on the net. This is why the profile has actually grown and has reached the attention of the US Air Force, who is preparing for an actual potential raid.
Of course, this is the Air Force we are talking about, so you can expect that they are not even taking this whole thing as a joke in the slightest — unlike the rest of the world. The Air Force reached out to all who would hear and said that they discourage anyone from entering the area as the base is for the training of the US Armed Forces. This was announced by the spokeswoman directly to The Washington Post.
This particular US Air Force base has been the grounds of many conspiracy theories and alien activity “sightings” for decades now, and it was officially acknowledged as an Air Force area of training in 2013. Unidentified flying objects have been spoken of in the area, and it is rumored to be an alien holding site, home to the many extraterrestrials who have managed to actually reach earth over the past decades. It is believed by theorists that this site holds all the alien information that the government wishes to be kept secret. According to the CIA, though, the base is confirmed to be a test base and no more.
In recent times, it has come to the surface that the American government has invested a whopping $22 million on the research of unidentified flying objects, and there have been US senators and members of the US Navy who have been briefed on alien encounters. In fact, it was as recently as June 2019 when the senators received their classified briefings.
To take things further, the military is now involved in the situation and has extended a warning to all those interested in carrying out the raid of the Area 51 Air Force Base. This may have started as a fake plan, but with the immense following and support it has received, it is not surprising that the government and the federals are now concerned that things may make a turn and become an actual plan.
Many memes were created on the base of “They Can’t Stop All Of Us” and it has gone viral ever since. As the plan is intended to be carried out on September 20, if at all, it is expected that the number of supporters will grow from its current count of 1.5 million. This is expected in spite of the warnings extended by both the military and the Air Force and whatever the government has to say about it. After all, a group of people that large sure does have the upper hand at the end of the day!
The bottom line is this – nobody knows just how serious this plan actually is, and if it will push through, it will be one of the most epic events of the year. If it doesn’t actually happen, it will still be one of the most epic fake events of the year! Either way, the mastermind behind this ploy sure has gotten the world’s attention! The news of this event has taken over social feeds across the globe and the truth will only be known on September 20. So, stay tuned!