They invade Area 51 invasion for fear of causing a humanitarian disaster

by Kelvin
They invade Area 51 invasion for fear of causing a humanitarian disaster

When we learned that thousands of people planned to invade the famous military base known as Area 51 in Nevada, United States, after a joke in Facebook If it went viral, we thought it would become a historical event. The event called Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All He invited people to meet at the place and run like Naruto to finally enter the mysterious site and find out if it is true that there are aliens. But the subject behind this idea called Matty Roberts, decided to turn back only a few days before this great event scheduled for September 20.

In a notice posted through the website of Alienstock, a music festival created as an alternative to the invasion of Area 51, it is noted that due to several obstacles such as “The lack of infrastructure, bad planning, risk management and flagrant contempt (for the safety of the attendees)”, the Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All It would be canceled. "It's a fantastic relief," Roberts told Las Vegas Review-Journal, announcing that its brand was completely detached from the owner of Little A’Le’Inn, Connie West, who was initially the permit holder for the event. But according to Alienstock, never provided the necessary evidence or the corresponding contracts.

  

“We are not interested nor will we tolerate any participation in a FYREFEST 2.0. We anticipate a possible humanitarian disaster in the works, and we cannot participate in any way at this time. AlienStock is a brand that represents unity and concern for like-minded people. It has become much more than a location. It is a phenomenon that can only promise absolute security and peace, and we need to move the Festival to guarantee that, ”says the website.

(Photo: Alienstock)

Actually, the invasion of Area 51 it was a live music and arts festival similar to Burning Man (The Man on Fire) that would take place in Rachel's community, with a population (seriously) of 50 people. Now, he has been transferred to Las Vegas and apparently will have a 40-foot flying saucer and a pool with green water.

However, according to the website of Rachel, Nevada, he announced that his event will still be up and running with some local bands. “We fear that for the remaining visitors the event at the Inn will be quite disappointing. There will be no internet, cellular service and very little entertainment or infrastructure. Be prepared to be completely autonomous for food, water and a place to sleep, ”says the statement.

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