Sunday, July 14, 2019

Half A Million People Have Signed Up To Storm Area 51

Area 51 border sign
Should everything go according to plan, more than half a million strangers will gather in a remote Nevada town in mid-September, united by a common goal: raid Area 51 in the wee hours of the morning - using a strength-in-numbers approach, reports

By Friday evening, more than 540,000 people from around the world had signed up to attend the joke Facebook event: "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us," - and just as many had indicated they were "interested." Planned for Sept. 20 in Amargosa Valley, an hour's drive away from Las Vegas, the event page is currently filled with thousands of posts theorizing the best way to break into the top-secret facility.

From Wikipedia:
The United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a highly classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the correct names for the facility are Homey Airport (ICAO: KXTA) and Groom Lake, though the name Area 51 was used in a CIA document from the Vietnam War. The facility has also been referred to as Dreamland and Paradise Ranch, among other nicknames. USAF public relations has referred to the facility as "an operating location near Groom Dry Lake". The special use airspace around the field is referred to as Restricted Area 4808 North (R-4808N).
The base's current primary purpose is publicly unknown; however, based on historical evidence, it most likely supports the development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems (black projects). The intense secrecy surrounding the base has made it the frequent subject of conspiracy theories and a central component to unidentified flying object (UFO) folklore. Although the base has never been declared a secret base, all research and occurrences in Area 51 are Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).[9] On 25 June 2013, following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed in 2005, the CIA publicly acknowledged the existence of the base for the first time, declassifying documents detailing the history and purpose of Area 51.
They are not going to find anything there but this is interesting resistance training.



  1. I've always wondered if the name "Area 51" implies that there are at least 50 other similar sites somewhere else.

  2. Speaking of fringey lunatics, the president tweeted a wholesome and galvanizing rallying cry for Democrats, by insinuating that a few Democratic congresswomen go back to "their countries of origin" and try and fix things there.

    1. We all know that will never happen. If you people were actually capable of fixing problems instead of causing them, you never would have left your own third world hellholes.

    2. OldMexican, it was an accurate and timely tweet by Trump. Despite the stupidity of leftards and open border libertardians, the is right.

    3. Hmm, that's harsh Mr. Hansen. Sounds like you were lucky enough to have been born in the US. I wonder what you would have done, how many problems you would have solved, perhaps fighting the stazi or the KGB instead of fleeing Germany or Russia. Maybe you would have stayed and raged against the system you were unlucky enough to have been born into, and fought, despite the destitution and misery of your family. Maybe other people make the very hard decision to leave their home. Should they not be able to apply for citizenship? Should they not at least be able to ring the doorbell, so to speak?

    4. @OM, I thought it was a great tweet. Trump may finally be understanding that the Magic Dirt theory is an utter failure. What happens is that the migrants come here and try to turn the US Into the corrupt hell hole they just left.

    5. @Captain pancakes

      No, they shouldn't. Look at the population of Haiti. Nine years after their earthquake much of the country has yet to recover. Compare this to the population of Hiroshima nine years after being leveled by an atomic bomb. What accounts for the difference?

      Import the third world and you will become the third world.

    6. Yup, the same racists who repeatedly tell immigrants or sons and daughters of immigrants to 'go back to your country' thought it was a great tweet. There's a surprise.

    7. Ah, everyone who is against open borders is RACYIIIST. Not sure if you realize that you just offered a proof of the points PH and RW? made.

      The reality is: people are not only genes, but also culture they internalized. Few people are capable of changing their culture, and most never learn the new ways and new ideas. The idea that people are easily malleable culturally is profoundly leftist (and is a central part of their programs - though so far all they managed to achieve is destruction of traditional cultures and the societies which arose around these cultures). When you import people from 3rd world countries you also import their cultures (which they carry in their heads) - the same cultures which made their own countries rather poor and unpleasant to live in.

      This is VERY different from professional migration limited by high admission standards - this kind of migrants adapts to (and adopts) the culture of the host country relatively easily, and often consciously rejects aspects of their native culture which made them dissatisfied in the first place.

      Note that none of this has anything to do with skin color or other superficial traits. Claiming that understanding that not all cultures are equal is racist is what the leftists do - it's just a tired stupid smear. Nobody buys it anymore.

    8. With regards to culture we see it within the USA. People flee a place like the large cities of California to places like Colorado and recreate what they moved away from. There is little understanding of created the mess that caused them to move. We also see that in the 'just the right people' concept of viewing ideas.

      The free movement of people is a feature of liberty but it doesn't bring it about. For instance a rising stock market index is a feature of a good economy but the fed's QE to raise the stock market index doesn't make the economy good. It just drives the stock prices higher.

      If we had liberty instead of a welfare state and so much in the way of socialized government services then we could have much more open immigration. First it would remove the burden that new people would place on those already here. This alone would resolve much of the conflict. Second it would change what people choose to come. The hard working self sufficient immigrant is held up as the model but then a system is created where that sort of person may see he'll end up doing is supporting do nothing neighbors. Be they born in the US or not.

      The present effective conditions are discouraging to all independent liberty minded people and encourage the opposite.

    9. Before western Europeans began to embrace individual liberty, they didn't. Arguably, it took the so-called "barbarians" invading the old Roman Empire from the north (along with the growth of the Church) to cause a radical decentralization of political power which set the stage for liberty to flourish. Who is to say that any particular culture at any particular time has a monopoly on the ideas of liberty? According to Rothbard, Lao-tzu, the Chinese founder of Taoism, was the first libertarian intellectual. Today, across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, there are growing, local chapters of Students for Liberty, the Mises Institute, etc. Significant and rapid declines of liberty in the US occurred under Lincoln, Wilson, FDR, and LBJ, well before Third World immigration became an issue. It's a deflection to blame the destruction of liberty on immigrants. In the late 19th century and early 20th century, many Americans believed that they needed to keep out southern and eastern Europeans because they were beneath the then-culture; today, these types of immigrants would be celebrated. I look around and see very little appetite for liberty among Americans of western European heritage.

  3. A lot of idiots had to blow themselves up long we ever put a rocket into space. We should all pay attention and take notes.

  4. If they do succeed at storming Area 51, may be we can finally get a hold of that zero point energy generator being horded by the lizard people and maybe an anti gravity generator as well.

  5. Resistance training you say? Hah! More like a unlawful group suppression exercise to remind the populace that the are not even remotely a threat or even anything more than mindless herd that some operative got riled up!

    Viva La Idiocracy

  6. "They are not going to find anything there"

    Because it is well known or at least assumed in UFO circles that the good stuff was moved somewhere else years ago.