Neighboring rivals China and India, who are having border disputes ranging from the exile of the Dalai Lama from Tibet to India to trade deficits, are now being swarmed by UFOs--all along that contentious border. Over 100 UFOs have been seen there recently.
In the November 6th edition of the Los Angeles Times, Mark Magnier writes: "Indian troops guarding the often-tense 2,100-mile border between the two Asian giants say the objects seen in recent months are yellow spheres that appear to lift off from the Chinese side, slowly traversing the sky for three to five hours before disappearing. Indian military officials have reportedly ruled out Chinese drones--99 of which reportedly were documented during the first 10 months of 2012--or low-orbit satellites." They can be seen both day and night.
UFOs commonly appear over military bases--are they trying to warn these two countries not to go to war? We know that India has nuclear bombs, but our main worry has been a conflagration with Pakistan, which also has them. We're not sure what types of weapons China has, but they have huge cadres of soldiers ready to cross the border if any sort of attack from India occurs.
Even worse is the fact that one of these countries may decide that these UFOs ARE weapons, just as World War II pilots assumed that the UFOs they saw swarming around their fighter planes were some sort of unknown Nazi weapon.
Magnier quotes former Indian Army commander B.S. Jaswal as saying, "If there has been some sightings, I wouldn't be surprised if it's a technology demonstration by the Chinese, and the Chinese are very advanced. During my time, we didn't have such sightings."
He quotes Gaurav Tiwari, of the Indian Paranormal Society, as saying, "Earlier reports said the Indian government was in touch with aliens and was getting technology from them. It's all over the Internet."
Could a war (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show) be started by UFOs? We've already had a war started by non-existent weapons of mass destruction, and threats against Iran continue.