The intimidating “Men in Black” are human
“The last thing they (the public) needed to discover was that the real threat
to freedom and the American way came from above, from the stars.”
Harold Anderson, member of a top-secret
disinformation team based in Area 51
If the government finds out Harold Anderson’s real name, he and his entire family will be in great jeopardy. So, in 2020 the octogenarian published “The Palmdale Files” in order to reveal the extent of ET activity on Earth. He also confessed to his role in keeping the public in the dark about all of it.
Throughout his military career, Anderson was part of a top-secret disinformation team based at Area 51. Its code name was Palmdale. When the public saw a UFO (actually an advanced military plane) being shot at by a fast-flying vehicle zipping in all directions, the team had to explain it away. . . When the plane was seen being hit by a blue-green light beam, they had to explain it away. . . . When the plane crashed and the pilot disappeared without a trace, they had to totally cover it up.
Anderson’s disinformation team was divided into two groups – “brains and brawn.” The brains concocted bogus stories and figured out ways to get the public to believe them. The brawn, including the infamous but very human Men in Black, were the enforcers when the plans of the brain team failed.
EDITOR’S NOTE: We posted an article about the first three books by this top-secret agent back in 2020 but we felt this part of his information needed to be posted again.