New Area 51 Gamer Video Causes Some To Wonder If U.S. Government Is Behind It
The United States government has issued warnings to all those planning to raid Area 51 for possible alien life. But did the government help orchestrate a gamer video as a way to intimidate the million people allegedly planning to carry out the “Naruto run?”
Conveniently enough, a gamer video called “ArmA 3 – The M̶a̶s̶s̶a̶c̶r̶e̶ Raid of Area 51” was released a few days ago. The in-game video shows civilians attempting to raid Area 51, only to be met by mortar and machine gunfire. The video description reads, “a bunch of civilians raiding a military base, what could possibly go wrong.”
Here, see for yourself.
Banned inc.’s account, the publishers of the video, feature a number of military-style videos. They have over 60,000 subscribers. Their Arma game line, which includes the Area 51 raid video, is their most popular. It’s wholly possible that the account decided to take on a trending topic with a video game depiction. But it’s also possible that the U.S. government is using the video to channel warnings to those who remain committed to the raid.
The video plays out like a propaganda video serving to create an uneasy feeling for anyone looking for that late September Nevada run. The video shows people exactly how their lives would end if they were to partake in such a mission in one of the world’s most secretive regions. The video allows the government to funnel a message to a huge audience without being accused of intimidating its own.
The date the video plays out is on September 20th, 2019. This seems like much more than just pure coincidence. Although, one portion of the video shows an Army soldier holding an alien prisoner.
Nevada Town Can’t Handle Area 51 Raid
For folks living in Rachel, Nevada, the “Facebook prank” is creating havoc.
“It doesn’t stop, our phone won’t stop ringing,” Connie West, of the Little A’le’Inn, told the Las Vegas Sun.
The town has a population of a mere 54 people. But now, it’s set to play host to over a million alien hunters. Worse more, the town is gaining notoriety causing a new influx of tourism. While tourism is a good thing for most towns around America, there can be too much of a good thing. In the case of Rachel, they can’t service the number of people set to carry out their mission. The “Extraterrestrial Highway,” or Highway 375, is ripe with gift shops and places to camp. In fact, the highway has alien gift shops that remain on alert over the potential for a massive influx of people.
Some locals believe hardly anyone will actually show up. But its difficult to say given the seriousness of so many online claims. That said, it would only take 1,000 cars in a day to create town dramas.
What began as a joke has quickly become a serious event for those involved. And it’s placing attention on an area that the U.S. government prefer ‘fly under the radar,’ pun intended.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.
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