All last week, I was getting the feeling I was being heavy-handed with the apocalyptic stories that I saw piling up in my news feed. I was beginning to feel like the only one that was noticing the issues facing us in our future are being ignored by the leadership that pretends to care about what is to come.

In fact, it was reported yesterday in the British publication, The Mirror, that scientists now fear asteroids, killer robots and deadly diseases could wipe out humanity.

Well, I have always said that timing is everything and when the dots connect you have to say something about the way things appear to be taken from the pages of the writings of Edgar Cayce, Nostradaumus and of course, the Good Book.

The Mirror reports that experts have issued a terrifying warning about the threats facing our species and warn that governments simply aren’t prepared to combat them.

Sometimes it is nice to be vindicated; in this case it is frightening as to how close we are coming to delivering the news that matters as opposed to making everything political.

Mother Nature doesn’t care who you vote for, and asteroid will most certainly take out a campaign rally, and no one will vote if the voting machines prove that the system is rigged and that all of the voters become deathly ill with the Zika Virus.

The rise of robots and deadly viruses are among the threats that could wipe out swathes of humanity – but governments are failing to prepare properly for them, a new report warns.

Catastrophic climate change, nuclear war and natural disasters such as super volcanoes and asteroids could also pose a deadly risk to mankind, researchers said.

It may sound like the stuff of sci-fi films, but experts said these apocalyptic threats are more likely than many realize.

The report, Global Catastrophic Risks, compiled by a team from Oxford University, the Global Challenges Foundation and the Global Priorities Project, ranks dangers that could wipe out 10% or more of the human population.

It warns that while most generations never experience a catastrophe, they are far from being far-fetched.

Anything by now shouldn’t surprise anyone, including an alien invasion.

In an amazing announcement today, United States General Mark Milley, Of the U.S. Army Chief of Staff spoke at Norwich University to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ROTC program. Milley told the ROTC cadets the following, “If the world of 1916 was complex, or the world of 1945 was complex, the world of 2016 is intensely complex, and I can tell you that from personal experience,” he said. “You’ll be dealing with terrorists, you’ll be dealing with hybrid armies, you’ll be dealing with little green men, you’ll be dealing with tribes, you’re going to be dealing with it all, and you’re going to be dealing with it simultaneously.”

Now I have talked about this with many of my colleagues and we have argued over the context for what one of the country’s top general meant when he spoke of hybrid armies and little green men.

Is the US Military engaging in the possible ‘Force Readiness’ and engagement for the 21st century threat of an alien invasion? Was this an accidental or blatant slip up to indicate that there is a plan for the possibility of a confrontation with extra-terrestrials?

Now when we are talking about hybrid armies, we may be thinking that perhaps the general was referring to literal chimeras, or alien hybrids, or supersoldiers. While he didn’t clarify what he meant, we would have to lean on the logical interpretation and that would be that the general was referring to hybrid warfare, something we had talked about at the beginning of this year.

Hybrid warfare is a combined military strategy that would include conventional warfare, irregular warfare, cyber warfare, asymmetrical warfare and warfare that includes Artificial Intelligence and autonomous war machines.

It seems conceivable that some AI systems might at some point in the future be able to systematically out-compete humans in a bunch of different domains including war planning and strategies for war. If you have a sufficiently powerful form of that kind of artificially intelligent system, then it might be the case that if its goals don’t match with what humanity’s values are, then there might be some sort of adverse consequences.

Many times conspiracy theorists have talked about a network of computer systems and robotic soldiers similar to Skynet, well-known by fans of the Terminator movies.

The NSA is rumored to have developed a hybrid warfare component called “Monstermind.” The agency is developing a cyber defense system that would instantly and autonomously neutralize foreign cyber-attacks against the US, and could be used to launch retaliatory strikes as well. This hybrid system raises fresh concerns about privacy and the government’s policies around offensive digital attacks.

This program unfortunately has been nicknamed, Skynet.

Cryptographer Matt Blaze, an associate professor of computer science at the University of Pennsylvania, says if the NSA knows how a malicious algorithm generates certain attacks, this activity may produce patterns of metadata that can be spotted. A self-aware system or a Monstermind could dispatch Artificial Intelligence drones that are auto-sufficient and capable of swiftly attacking an enemy.

If anyone remembers the Jade Helm exercises we reported, they were actually tests of what is known as the Joint Air Defense Training Simulation.

We reported that the military tested it during Jade Helm 15. It was an A.I. based holographic simulation. It was poised to be utilized during unusual warfare drills and in urban warfare settings.

When General Milley made his statement about “little green men” he most certainly didn’t seem to bat an eye. There was no winking or even laughter from his attentive audience.

It appears that a topic that was once considered political and social suicide has become a normal point of discussion in the 21st century. While some political figures have simply hinted they believe in the possibility of aliens, others have come right out and proclaimed it to be true, while the main stream media seems to simply over look it all.

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan, who had an obsession with apocalyptic matters admitted during a Presidential debate against Walter Mondale to having “philosophical discussions” about Armageddon in the White House with some well-known evangelical ministers.

Reagan seemed to be speaking ex cathedra on four different occasions about extra-terrestrial threats before the end of his presidency. Reagan even spoke with General Secretary Gorbachev in Geneva about world wide differences dissolving if we had to face of a universal extra-terrestrial threat. Reagan’s statements were confusing when on one hand he declared the alien threat was already among us and that their agenda is war:

“I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask is not an alien force ALREADY among us? What could be more alien to the universal aspirations of our peoples than war and the threat of war?” – Ronald Regan

While many of Reagan’s comments were interpreted as ramblings about an alien attack, it can also be theorized that Reagan had his mind couched in apocalyptic thought and the possible threat of an asteroid or comet hitting the earth and causing a worldwide catastrophe. A threat from space would definitely humble the planet. It would be hoped that it would humble our leaders into becoming more aware of just how fragile our existence on this planet truly is. At the forty-second session of the UN General Assembly on September 21, 1987, President Ronald Reagan said:

“In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond.”

Then Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev himself confirmed the conversation in Geneva during an important speech on February 17, 1987, in the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, to the Central Committee of the USSR’s Communist Party.

Gorbachev was further quoted as saying:

“At our meeting in Geneva, the U.S. President said that if the earth faced an invasion by extra-terrestrials, the United States and the Soviet Union would join forces to repel such an invasion. I shall not dispute the hypothesis, though I think it’s early yet to worry about such an intrusion….”

It is interesting to point out that Gorbachev never spoke of how weird the conversation was; he only commented that it may be too early to talk about such an event as an alien invasion. Did this indicate that perhaps there is a date when it would be more appropriate to discuss these things? Or have the governments of the world been planning on a date where they announce to the world that “life is out there in space” — or have they been planning on a date where they would stage an alien invasion?

On December 7th, 2012, Russian Prime Minister Medvedev during an on-camera interview with reporters in Moscow, continued to respond to reporters and made some off-air comments without realizing that his microphone was still on. He was then asked by one reporter if “the president is handed secret files on aliens when he receives the briefcase needed to activate Russia’s nuclear arsenal.” Medvedev responded:

“Along with the briefcase with nuclear codes, the president of the country is given a special ‘top secret’ folder. This folder in its entirety contains information about aliens who visited our planet… Along with this, you are given a report of the absolutely secret special service that exercises control over aliens on the territory of our country… More detailed information on this topic you can get from a well-known movie called Men In Black… I will not tell you how many of them are among us because it may cause panic.”

Western news sources reporting on Medvedev’s shocking reply about aliens stated that he was “joking” as he mentioned the movie Men in Black, which they wrongly assumed was a reference to the 1997 American sci-fi adventure comedy about two top secret agents battling aliens in the US.

Medvedev, however, wasn’t referring to the American movie but was, instead, talking about the famous Russian movie documentary Men in Black which details many UFO and alien anomalies.

Where Western news sources quoted Medvedev as saying “More detailed information on this topic you can get from a well-known movie called Men In Black,’” his actual answer was, “You can receive more detailed information having watched the documentary film of the same name.”

The reasons for Western propaganda news outlets deliberately distorting Medvedev’s words become apparent after his shocking statement, and as evidenced in just one example of their so-called reporting on this disclosure of alien life already being on our planet where the title of one such article was “Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev makes a crack about aliens, and conspirists promptly lose their minds.”

There was also some commotion in 2014 when the honorable Canadian Minister of Defense, Paul Helleyer claimed that the United States are working with at least 4 types of aliens and that a Synarchy exists in the U.S. as he claimed government leaders are in touch with what he called “the tall whites.”

On February 12th, 2014, outgoing senior Obama adviser John Podesta reflected on his latest White House stint, listing his favorite moments and biggest regrets from the past year. Chief among them: depriving the American people of the truth about UFOs.

Podesta’s longtime fascination with UFOs is well-documented, as his brief political hiatus following four years as President Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff freed him up to pursue his otherworldly passion.

At a 2002 press conference organized by the Coalition for Freedom of Information, Podesta spoke on the importance of disclosing government UFO investigations to the public.

He wrote an introduction to the 2010 book UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record, by Leslie Kean. Now Podesta and Hillary Clinton are charging out front on governmental disclosure of information regarding UFOs/UAPs there is a growing list of political leaders who have expressed their beliefs in the existence of these beings including cardinals in the Catholic Church that report to the Pope.

Is disclosure becoming a subtle process and are we to believe that the recent declassification and data dumps about Area 51 and past UFO reports seen by President Truman and Eisenhower are preparing us for the truth?

From Truman to Eisenhower to other presidents and now generals that have been upfront about UFOs, the new questions arise about context and future government affairs that will center on new hybrid warfare, 21st century threats both terrestrial and extra-terrestrial. What more evidence do you need that alien disclosure has been trickling down through intelligence circles for decades?

It seems the information is now blatant and there are most certainly unknown aerial phenomena that needs to be discovered and reported.

Even if what the general said was a “u faux pas” – it most certainly is a remarkable revelation for a future that will be full of hybrid armies and little green men.