‘They Can’t Stop Us All’ Say The 300,000 Americans Planning To Storm The F*cking Gates Of Area 51
Finally, a plan of action we can all get behind. Finally, a group of people are rallying together for something they believe in. Finally, a quarter of a million people have pledged to… storm the gates of Area 51 in search of extraterrestrial life?! Oh, fuck yeah. Now we’re cooking with gas.
Apparently having enough of the government’s constant lies regarding the unknown of outer space, a group of legit heroes on Facebook have banned together to put forth a plan to charge the walls of the infamous Area 51 military base in an effort to discover the #truth. Picture Jon Snow and the Northern army charging the walls of King’s Landing without the assistance of a homicidal maniac riding a flamethrowing dragon.
A recently created Facebook group, literally called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us”, has accumulated over 288,000 members who are planning to storm the gates of Area 51 at around 3 a.m. on Friday, September 20.
“We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens,” the description of the group explains.
Due to its comical levels of secrecy, Area 51 — located in Lincoln County, Nevada — has long been believed to be the United States military’s primary alien research facility. And now, after decades and generations of lies and deceit, the truth warriors of Facebook have finally decided that enough is enough — we deserve to know what lies behind those lead-lined walls.
And seriously — all jokes aside — this is exactly the type of shit I can get behind. Is creating a Facebook group to organize a plan to literally storm the front door of Area 51 patently hilarious? Absolutely, especially because it’s being coordinated through Facebook.
But is it the type of exercise that may actually elicit a response — any response — from the US Government? Perhaps. While it may not be the world’s most perfect revolution-starting, truth-revealing plot, it certainly does force the government’s hand, especially if all 300,000 of these people actually role up to the deserts of Nevada (which they won’t, but…)