Nick Pope: Aliens can disguise their drones as birds or insects

(ORDO NEWS) — A former Department of Defense UFO investigator has suggested that alien surveillance devices may be disguised as normal animals.

Nick Pope, one of the most famous figures in the field of UFO research, worked for the UK Ministry of Defense from 1991 to 1994. During this time, he was assigned to investigate reports of unidentified flying objects to determine if they posed a threat to national security.

In a recent conversation with The Mirror, Pope suggested that if an advanced extraterrestrial race wanted to monitor our activities on Earth without arousing suspicion, all they would have to do is disguise their surveillance devices as ordinary animals, on which no one will pay attention.

“If aliens want to study and control existing organisms, or construct a drone that perfectly mimics them, the best thing to do is to choose something common and ubiquitous, like a seagull or a housefly,” he said.

“Maybe something you don’t usually pay much attention to.”
“But all the while he will be spying on us, recording everything and sending information about us to the homeland of the aliens.”

While this idea may seem far-fetched, it at least has some basis – it’s not all that unreasonable to imagine that an alien race might be able to perfectly replicate the appearance and behavior of birds, for example, especially given the level of technology that such a race could have access to. civilization.

There are even examples of human-made robots that look and act like insects.

“The military and intelligence agencies have things that look like they came out of a sci-fi movie or a James Bond movie,” says Pope.

“Of course there are real Qs, but just imagine what an alien Q can do!”

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