Have you ever wondered what lies beneath the thick ice of Antarctica? While you digest these thoughts, an alien conspiracy theory is suggesting that non-human creatures have a massive base hidden in the South Pole.
What Did John Kerry Visit In Antarctica?
Just recently, the secretary of United States reportedly visits the frozen continent. Official reports claim he went there to highlight the effect of climate change. However, for the conspiracy theorist, he was there for something else.
With different alien conspiracy theory plaguing the Internet, alien- junkies bizarrely claim Kerry examined the “Nazi UFO bases” in Antarctica. All the rising theories link back to the old ones, one involving Adolf Hitler.
For many, Hitler did not allegedly commit suicide in his Berlin bunk. Although those reports are what came off as the world news, a lot of people believe he escaped through a submarine and to a secret base in Antarctica.
Furthermore, another theory suggests the Nazis shared secret Antarctic UFO bases with alien species, reports The Express UK. Additionally, those who suggest the prior theory also believe the Nazi used the base to experiment flying saucer technology.
Now, after Kerry’s recent visit, the conspiracy theorists are convinced he was there to view these bases
UFO And Nazi Base In Antarctica?
The 2006 photos suggesting the German fascist party built massive bases for extraterrestrial creatures’ ships during World War II have re-emerged online. A YouTube channel named SecureTeam10 even gave an elaborate explanation, pointing out “weird anomalies in the ice.”
“To this day, scientists have no idea or way to discover exactly what is buried deep under this thick ice shelf. This continent has been shrouded in a mystery of its own for years now.”
Back in 1962, Albert Bender who ran the International Flying Saucer Bureau (IFSB) in Bridgeport, Connecticut, claimed aliens took him to an underground HQ in Antarctica. Bender allegedly saw beautiful female aliens and aliens in the form of men at the base.
“The purpose of the base was to extract chemicals from seawater to send back to their home planet. They told him that if we attacked them they could detonate all of our atomic weapons,” narrates Tyler Glockner of SecureTeam10.
“Such stories are used to support the idea that flying saucers are of Nazi origin and that they established an underground base at Antarctica after World War II.
“Skeptics think such stories are the product of malicious disinformation or fantasies, yet that doesn’t stop people continuing to believing in their existence.”
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