China readies to shoot down UFO spotted off coastal city of Rizhao
02/15/2023 // Ethan Huff // Views

Another unidentified flying object (UFO) has appeared over communist China, and the government there is readying to shoot it down.

State media reported that the UFO was first spotted near the coastal city of Rizhao, located in the eastern province of Shandong. Its appearance occurred after three other UFOs had already appeared and been shot down over the United States and Canada.

"Local maritime authorities" were the first to spot the UFO of Rizhao, we are told. These same authorities are now preparing to shoot the UFO down, warning local fishermen and others to "be safe" while this occurs.

Chinese media has barely given any description of the UFO other than that it exists and must not be allowed to remain in the sky. (Related: In 2021, the Pentagon announced that tests conducted on UFO wreckage could "change our lives forever.")

Communist China blasts U.S. for accusing it of espionage; says "spy balloon" was just a "civilian airship" that drifted off course

Just hours before the Chinese UFO appeared, a U.S. F-22 fighter jet shot down a UFO over Canadian airspace. United States officials described this one as a "small metallic balloon with a tethered payload" while media reports described it as "cylindrical."

Two other UFOs were similarly shot down earlier in the week: one over Alaska and the other off the coast of South Carolina. The one over South Carolina had traveled from where it first appeared over Montana eastward out into the Atlantic Ocean.

The latter object was described as a Chinese "surveillance balloon" that traveled with the wind across the U.S. before the government finally shot it down. According to the Pentagon, the object was gathering intelligence on "strategic sites" before the fighter jet removed it from the sky.


Communist China has denied ownership of these balloons, as well as associated espionage accusations. According to Chinese authorities, the so-called "spy balloon" was actually just a "civilian airship" that mysteriously veered off course.

China's foreign ministry decried U.S. authorities for insisting that the craft came from the communist regime. U.S. authorities are simply trying to "attack and smear China" with these false accusations, the regime claims.

Meanwhile, the Biden regime has decided to impose sanctions on six firms accused of aiding Beijing's "aerospace programs" and possibly being connected to the UFOs.

"While you look to the sky, they will be sending in seaborne drones," suggested one commenter on a story about all these UFOs. "Numerous U.S. spy drones (air and sea) have been taken out around Africa and the Persian Gulf."

"Warmonger tactics: kill now, ask questions later," wrote another about the U.S. government's failed approach to dealing with this matter.

Someone else suggested that this whole balloon / UFO saga is "a propaganda tool" from Biden to "his idiot masses."

"It's just like the accusations that Russia destroyed its own Nord Stream pipeline when they could have just closed a couple check valves and gone home."

"The spy balloon is a laugh," wrote another.

"Nuclear missile sites and locations are public information and easily searchable with pictures and exact coordinates. All are on roads with unrestricted travel so you could get close enough to fly a drone over it at 100 feet and take any pictures if you did not like the ones online. There are Facebook groups that track new developments for sites and which missiles are inside silos. Google Earth has good pictures of all U.S. military bases so you can count the cars in the parking lots."

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