February 6, 2019
They’re coming, guys.
The ayy lmaos are coming.
At least according to this Israeli-American Harvard scientist.
Professor Avi Loeb
He previously wrote alongside one of his fellow hand rubbers about how he thinks the object dubbed “Oumuamua” is actually a piece of very advanced technology from a galaxy far, far away. Now he’s defending that claim… but does he do that out of integrity or is there something more to this?
Let’s find out.
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A distinguished Harvard University professor is not backing down from his claims that a piece of extraterrestrial spacecraft technology may be flying past the orbit of Jupiter at this moment.
Avi Loeb, one of the top astronomy professors in the world, boasting of decades of Ivy League professorships and hundreds of publicized works in respected astronomy publications, is remaining defiant that the space object – dubbed as “Oumuamua” – first noticed by Hawaiian astronomers in 2017 could be from another civilization.
“Considering an artificial origin, one possibility is that ‘Oumuamua is a lightsail, floating in interstellar space as a debris from an advanced technological equipment,” Loeb and his colleague Shmuel Bialy wrote in Astrophysical Journal Letters in November, according to the Washington Post.
But Loeb remains stubborn on this theory, and dismisses the claims that it’s a rock, noting that it’s moving too fast for an inert rock. He told the Post that the object is long yet no more than one millimeter thick, and that it’s so light that sunlight is moving the object out of the solar system.
“Many people expected once there would be this publicity, I would back down,” Loeb says. “If someone shows me evidence to the contrary, I will immediately back down.”
“It changes your perception on reality, just knowing that we’re not alone,” he continued. “We are fighting on borders, on resources. … It would make us feel part of planet Earth as a civilization rather than individual countries voting on Brexit.”
There it is. That right there lets you see what’s really going on with this whole “aliens could come” thing.
They use this “if ayy lmaos are real then that means the human RACE would unite and finally be one homogeneous brown mass that joined together to fight the alien outsiders” thing to further condition our people into accepting the brown outsiders invading our countries just because they come from the same planet than us. It’s just another Jewish scheme to push for the destruction of white people, independently of ayy lmaos being real or not, independently of them visiting us or not, and independently of them being close to us or not.
Thinking we have to unite with very different “peoples” just because we’re from the same planet to fight a threat from out of the planet is a reasoning that defeats itself, just as most other Jewish attempts at reason. Joining together because we’re from the same planet would be no different than arguing for us joining together with the ayy lmaos just because we’re from the same solar system, or from the same galaxy, or… from the same universe.
By pushing ayy lmaos on us, they’re telling us to ignore the irreconcilable differences between the clear-skinned and the dark-skinned. It’s the reverse of what they use in regards to our own people. They tell us white people are actually not a people and whites are just the ultimate individuals so they can keep us isolated, unorganized, and weak — because it’s true that there is strength in numbers — while also telling us that we’re all one people, the “human race” hoping we’ll accept getting invaded by the brown hordes. They want groups of whites to feel different than other groups of whites so they can keep using us to fight their wars for them, to build their countries for them, to create everything for them. They want to enslave us.
There is no such thing as “the human race.” We don’t say “the bird race” or “the reptile race.” The ability to generate offspring is not what determines whether living organisms belong to a species or not. In fact, the criteria for defining species is quite polemical and there is no absolute consensus about it.
Walking in a similar manner, talking in a more or less similar manner, and inhabiting the same planet are small similarities that according to the modern equality insanity should be enough to bring us all together and mix and blend until everything’s brown. They’re not enough. This is why they reinforce it with the threat of an extraterrestrial “them,” so we could join together as one “us” and have an “us versus them” situation.
Even as his theories attracted attention around the world, despite his colleagues’ criticism, Loeb says he’s not afraid of any possible repercussions for spreading his theories and wears it as a badge of honor, showing his unorthodox approach to science.
“The mainstream approach [is] you can sort of drink your coffee in the morning and expect what you will find later on. It’s a stable lifestyle, but for me it resembles more the lifestyle of a business person rather than scientists,” he told the newspaper.
“The worst thing that can happen to me is I would be relieved of my administrative duties, and that would give me even more time to focus on science,” he added. “All the titles I have, I can dial them back. In fact, I can dial myself back to the farm.”
Either this Jew is purposefully lying about thinking this interesting space object is from an advanced civilization to push the white genocide agenda, which just adds to the never-ending list of proofs Jews are biologically evil, or he really believes that, which adds to the never-ending list of examples of Jews manifesting their corruption and desire to corrupt even in their most innocent and subconscious thought process, which also means that they’re biologically evil because it also pushes their white genocide agenda.
Lampshade industry. No way around it.