Are Alien Races Monitoring Earth For Future Invasion? ‘Fast Walker’ UFO Streaking Past International Space Station Captured On Live Video

The prolific YouTube UFO hunter Streetcap1 may have stumbled on evidence that corroborates decades-old fears in the UFO community that Earth may be under intensive surveillance by advanced alien races whose motives are unclear despite fears expressed by some that the aliens could be gathering information in preparation for future invasion and takeover of Earth.

The UFO hunter spotted a missile-like Earth-bound UFO streaking past the International Space Station in a footage obtained from the ISS live camera on January 11, 2016.

The video below, uploaded to YouTube by Streetcap1 on January 11, 2016, presents the evidence.

According to Streetcap1, the UFO that streaks past the ISS like a flash of light is a “Fast Walker” UFO.

“Fast Walker” is an alleged code name that the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) adopted to categorize certain types of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) with “ballistic missile characteristics” detected entering Earth’s atmosphere from deep space, according to UFO Sightings Hotspot.

Fast Walker UFOs move at tremendous speed as they enter Earth’s atmosphere, some passing very close to and being detected by military satellite platforms in space. They enter, maneuver within the Earth’s atmosphere, and exit at will, disappearing into deep space as mysteriously as they appeared.

“Nice Catch Streetcap1!!It looks like it has a rocket trail in the still, but the video shows a quick flash like a laser would make. Not sure what to make of it. Interesting for sure.”

“Incredible even with all this proof, some people still refuse to believe.”

The term “Fast Walker” has also been used in reference to fast-moving objects or UFOs observed moving at great speed over the face of the Moon. Some have actually been filmed by telescopes from Earth.

NORAD has documented several intelligently-controlled Fast Walker UFOs emerging from deep space and violating U.S. airspace at will. Some sources claim that in recent years, with further advancements and refinement of air space monitoring systems, NORAD detects hundred of Fast Walker UFO intrusions into U.S. air space from deep space every year.

And while NORAD is sometimes able to track these UFOs using military satellites and ground-based radar installations, it is unable to intercept them or determine their exact nature.

NORAD has been aware of the alarming violations of U.S. air space by Fast Walker UFOs since the mid-1980s but the U.S. military simply does not have the capability to stop the regular intrusions from deep space.

The only fact that is clear about Fast Walker UFOs is that they are not incoming man-made ballistic missiles, any other type of known man-made flying objects or natural bodies such as meteors.

Despite the fact that the U.S. government continues to claim that it has no credible evidence of extraterrestrial UFO phenomena of significance to national security, NORAD has documented several Fast Walker UFO intrusions into U.S. air space from deep space in the past, and governments are concerned about the implications to national security of the ability of UFOs of apparent extraterrestrial origin to violate national air spaces at will.

One such UFO detected entering U.S. airspace on May 5, 1984, traveled at 22,000 miles per hour. The intrusion triggered an alarm but the U.S. Air Force was helpless against it.

Some UFO enthusiasts have speculated that Fast Walker UFOs could be alien military crafts deployed by highly advanced alien races, such as the Greys, the Sirian Hybrids and the Arcturian Hypersapiens.

The UFOs are designed to penetrate air spaces deeply for surveillance and monitoring purposes.

It is believed that Fast Walker UFOs are used for intelligence gathering.

Some UFOlogists claim that the reason why Earth has not been taken over by an alien race is that six advanced races are presently engaged in a dispute over who has the right to take over Earth, and that once the dispute is settled the winner will make the move.

[Image via NASA ISS Live Feed]