1.3 million want to raid Area 51 to ‘see them aliens’ in 3 days

Are there UFOs? More than a million individuals promised to find out. A Facebook event called Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us has become a hit on the internet. Although the U.S. Air Force highly advises against it, more than 1.3 million individuals have signed up to attend the Sept. 20 event in the desert of Nevada, and an extra one million are “interested” in participating.

Here’s the plan, as per the creator of the event: “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. Let’s see them aliens.”

“Naruto run” is a reference to the main character in the eponymous Naruto anime. So, that’s the secret. After decades of mystery, humanity will Naruto run its way to discovering alien life.

Will it actually happen? Will people actually all gather together September 20th and storm the place? Who knows.

In an instance of the internet unifying over a key issue of our time, Twitter, Facebook and Reddit really gave us some solid content in memes.

Area 51 is an extremely classified area around 150 miles from the famous Edwards Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada. No one really understands what the base is being used for, although it is speculated as a place for the creation of aircraft, and as such Area 51 has become synonymous with alien conspiracies. The most popular are alien spaceships or aliens, all supposedly housed within the classified area.

The location was reportedly given its name when the remains of the alleged Roswell UFO were brought to the base in 1951, which was said to have crashed in 1947. In 2013, a 355-page declassified report was issued by the CIA detailing the birth of Area 51 and the development and testing ofU-2 spy planes.

The Air Force said in a statement to the Washington Post that it discourages people who would try to enter Area 51, an open training range. “The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets,” a spokeswoman told the Post.

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