I’ve run across a lot of people who are not just trying to tell lies about aliens and UFOs. I’ve even run across some people who believe in aliens but think that all UFO sightings and alien abductions are hoaxes.
These people believe this because they have been led to believe it by others who have made themselves rich by telling lies about the subject of UFOs. This is why it’s so important for us to protect the truth from further assault by exposing these sources of disinformation that are driving our understanding of alien hoaxes in the wrong direction.”
The names of these hoaxers in the alien scene are becoming a bit of a joke. They have made themselves quite wealthy by promoting lies. The general public has become so conditioned to accept their lies that we have lost all common sense.
The circle of people that you would normally trust, such as the media, government officials, and celebrities are now telling us what to think about aliens. These hoaxers have convinced us that they are real and that they come here to help us with our problems on Earth. They will tell you how they were abducted by aliens when they were young.
Hoaxers exposed include Tom DeLonge and George Knapp, Jeff Peckman, Wes Penre, Jeremy Corbell
The documentary exposes a number of hoaxers and UFO liars, including:
- Tom DeLonge claims to have been contacted by aliens and even worked with the government on a project to present false information about UFOs.
- George Knapp has written books and hosted TV shows promoting hoaxes like the triangular UFOs stalking the USS Russell in 2019.
- Jeff Peckman was involved in the infamous “Joshua Tree Retreat” where he gathered people together with hopes that aliens would contact them during meditation sessions (the retreat was revealed to be fraudulent).
- Wes Penre is another name exposed as a hoaxer for his role in the “Divine Cosmos” research project which claimed it could help people contact extraterrestrials through DNA activation. Jeremy Corbell also appears later in this story for his unconventional style of UFO filmmaking involving special effects techniques used by Hollywood filmmakers – not something you see from true researchers!
- Steven Greer lives a luxurious life thanks to his hoaxes such as the alien captured in the photo which turns out to be a Joshua tree. Nowadays, he sells subscription-based app to contact aliens but in reality, they teach you how to meditate that increase the ability to lucid dream, a dream you orchestrate yourself and looks so real.
This video is designed to protect the truth from further assault by exposing the sources of disinformation that are driving our understanding of alien hoaxes in the wrong direction. It is not just about exposing the hoaxers. It is about protecting the truth
Hoaxers are committing fraud, and they are doing it to the public.
This video is a great way to get people thinking about the UFO phenomenon and its implications for humanity. It also exposes some of the people who are trying to profit from disinformation and hoaxes. I hope that this video will help people see through the lies and deception so that they can better understand what is really going on with UFOs.
Hoaxers are committing fraud for their own financial gain by selling lies to the public
Hoaxers are committing fraud for their own financial gain by selling lies to the public.
They are making money from their lies, and they’re doing it by selling their lies to the general public.
I hope this video will help you make up your own mind about the alien hoaxers currently being promoted by mainstream media. We believe they are committing fraud for their own financial gain and that this fraudulent activity should be stopped before it is too late.