STORM AREA 51
A meme is not born out of thin air. It can only thrive if there is a deep undercurrent and culture surrounding a timely thought. The ‘Storm’ moment was born from from a rich history of human desire. The meme was created by a kid who saw Bob Lazar and me on Joe Rogan’s podcast, and was inspired to watch my Netflix documentary - Bob Lazar : Area 51 & Flying Saucers. However, the true beginning of this story is in 1989 - when Bob Lazar came forward on the news with Las Vegas investigative reporter - George Knapp. Lazar disclosed his account of attempting to reverse-engineer alien spacecraft for the United States military. This is how Area 51 became a household name; and it’s the reason the secret-base has become associated with UFOs and flying saucers in the first place.
The rest is history - but due to organized government propaganda - not the true history. Social engineering and weaponized social media enabled a “manufactured consent” - disinformation is alive and well.
DIRECTORS / PRODUCERS / CIMEMEATOGRAPHERS
Jeremy Corbell • Julian T. Pinder • Niles Harrison • Matt Adams