‘They Can’t Stop All of Us’: Thousands planning to storm Area 51

Lester Mason
July 13, 2019

The ironic Facebook event, dubbed "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us", has almost 365,000 confirmed attendees, and some 384,000 interested in the mission.

"We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry", the event description says.

It will take place on September 20 and will begin at 3:00 am PDT.

As of Friday morning, more than 400,000 people responded that they were going, while more than 415,000 replied that they were interested.

The call to action is, of course, satire (hopefully), since Area 51 is infamously secured by barbed fences, radar and heavily armed military personnel.

As per conspiracy theorists, the United States military, with the help of eminent scientists, are conducting secret experiments in this base using alien technologies, and they have built several aircraft using reverse engineering process from this area.

One user even wrote a disclaimer in the event that some people do show up in September. "Lets see them aliens", the post further reads.

Naruto run means running like Japanese anime character Naruto, with your arms behind your back and head forward. Many are still curious why it was shrouded in secrecy for so long, and why so many UFOs have reportedly been spotted in the area.

When we checked in Facebook, a few hours ago, we noticed at least ten more pages, carrying similar names, urging people to raid Area 51.

It was founded in 1955 as a test site for the Lockheed U-2 reconnaissance plane. Though in 2013 the US government acknowledged the existence of the place as a military site, the extraterrestrial theories are yet to be proven or disproven.

He began advancing toward officers with an "unknown cylindrical object" in hand and did not heed verbal warnings to stop, so security officials were forced to open fire.

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