If you’ve been anywhere on the internet recently, you’ve probably heard or seen this at least once: Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop Us All.
As of July 17th, there are over a millions users who have responded with "going" or "interested." The currently plan of action is “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 running is running with the body heavily bent forward and arms straight behind, for the uninformed.
Many users have posted plans and diagrams depicting how to break into the government secured zone. Amongst these million attendees, there are also several notable celebrities such as Miley Cyrus, Danny Trejo, and Liam Cunningham.
They can’t stop all of us! #Area51— liam cunningham 🏴☠️ (@liamcunningham1) July 15, 2019
But with great power comes great responsibility as the event has now attracted the attention of the Air Force. The Nellis Air Force Base in southern Nevada, just north of Las Vegas, is home to Area 51.
“Any attempt to illegally access the area is highly discouraged,” an Air Force spokesperson told NPR. “No trespassing” signs in the area reportedly state that the use of “deadly force” against intruders is authorized.
Looks like the Air Force is not a fan of millennials attempting to break into the base. In conjunction with the Air Force’s response, many have created “memes”, a type of joke portrayed through images, of the raid aftermath.
*Time Traveler arrives from 2029*— 🌎 (@_epitrynavibe_) July 12, 2019
Me: so did those people actually storm Area 51?
Time Traveler: you mean the great Area 51 massacre?
What do you think? Will you be joining in the hunt for aliens? Let us know in the comments.