Colonel Blanchard Should’ve been Executed for Treason
Let’s pretend it’s July 8, 1947 and you were Colonel Blanchard’s superior. Now, let’s pretend someone under his command at Roswell Army Air Field recovered a flying saucer, and then Blanchard decided to issue a very public press release. Question 1 – What would you do?
Before you decide, consider this.
With technology from an advanced alien race, a flying saucer for instance, it’s fairly certain we could have ‘reverse engineered’ it and not only dominated Earth, but this solar system, and maybe even eventually this sector of the galaxy for a long time to come.
- Imagine our improved quality of life
- Imagine the economic opportunities, maybe the end of poverty
- Imagine wealth and prosperity beyond our wildest dreams
Question 2 – What’s the Stupidest Thing Blanchard Could’ve Done in July 1947?
Easy. Tell the world about Marcel’s flying saucer by way of a public press release. Why? Because there would have been no where safe to hide a flying saucer after the Russians learned we had one. Remember how those godless commies purchased their way into the atomic era by buying secrets from individuals involved in the Manhattan Project?
Russians would have ‘paid off’ or ‘bought’ some of the hundreds experts required to reverse engineer the alien vehicle. The Russians were known to use sex (female or male agents trading sex for secrets), drugs, money, extortion (catch them or set them up, compromising pictures etc) to get what they wanted.
FYI – Roswell Army Air Field (most likely Col. Blanchard) did authorize the distribution of a flying saucer press release ||| General Ramey held a press conference later that same day and announced the flying saucer was only a weather balloon ||| Major Marcel was the only military officer named in Blanchard’s press release (strange how Blanchard didn’t give himself credit in his own press release when it stood to make him famous, unless maybe he knew the flying saucer was a lie and wanted Marcel to take the fall)
Hey, All You Ufologists, Try to Answer this Next Question
Question 3 – If Roswell really recovered a flying saucer, why did General Ramey publicly humiliate Major Marcel at the Texas press conference? If Marcel had found a flying saucer and I was in charge, I would’ve promoted him to ‘King of the Military’ and nominated him for President.
NOTE: Major Marcel’s son Jesse Marcel Jr. admitted his father was embarrassed at the press conference because he was ordered to attend and pose for photographs with the debris after Ramey said it was only a weather balloon, not a flying saucer. Jesse Marcel Jr. also said his father grew so bitter, he resigned from the USAF in 1950 or ’51 in a huff. (‘Jesse Marcel Jr. Roswell Legacy’ video on YouTube, 45:00 minute mark)
So, Back to Question 2
What would I have done if I was Blanchard’s superior and he neutralized our option of domination? I would’ve skinned him alive, court-martialed him, and hole-punched him with a firing squad.
What Actually Happened
- General Ramey made the Air Force look stupid when he said the saucer was a weather balloon—this at a time when they were lobbying hard for their independence from the army
- Blanchard went on 2 weeks leave the same day he authorized the press release (1995 Roswell Report, page 980). Why? One of the biggest events in the history of humankind is supposedly unfolding at the base he commands, and he takes a friggin’ holiday!
- Despite his apparent negligence, incompetence and treasonous act of divulging highly classified information to the public and the nation’s enemies, Blanchard went on to a great career.
- 2 weeks later, President Truman signed the congressional bill that freed the United States Army Air Force from Army control—they would officially become the USAF in September 1947.
Considering He Should’ve Been Shot…
Considering what might have happened to Blanchard if Roswell Army Air Field really recovered a flying saucer and what actually did happen, isn’t it possible his press release was part of a grand deception? Isn’t it possible the press release was a deliberate lie intended to deceive and influence certain government officials, to help the Air Force earn what they wanted most in July 1947—their independence from the army?
Let me know what you think.