For decades, storming Area 51 has probably been in the back of people's minds. But to actually do it? That would take brains, bronze, and testicular/ovarian fortitude unseen since the Wright brothers or Amelia Earhart.

However, when it comes to storming Area 51, these Facebook users figure it'd be best to come in like Naruto — arms back and heads first. "They can't stop all of us," the Facebook event's headline reads. "We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry," the post mentions. "If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets.

Let's see them aliens [sic]."

Is this an Area 51 raid?

According to CNN, the page has been inviting people from all over the world to attend the Area 51 raid. So far, the event has accumulated 370,000 people who are supposedly "going." Likewise, there are 389,000 who seem "interested" but haven't yet confirmed "yay" or "nay." The page notes that these particular Facebook users will be storming Area 51 on Friday, September 20, 2019, between 3 AM to 6 AM.

A pinned post within the event is from Jackson Barnes, a Facebook profile supposedly from Victoria, Australia.

Allegedly, he's the person who has the plans for storming Area 51.

However, when you look at the strategy, you realize that it's definitely not something serious. He lays out the map legend as follows:

  • Kyles (With Monster Energy Buff + 10 Beserk [sic]
  • Rock THrowers [sic]
  • Naruto Runners.

Taking this particular facility isn't light work, so the Facebook user elaborates on his plan in full detail.

Yet, when he's done, he clarifies his position to the United States government and also offers a disclaimer.

"P.S. Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan," Jackson mentions. "I just thought it would be funny and get me some thumbsy uppies on the internet.

I'm not responsible if people decide to actually storm area 51 [sic]."

'Storming Area 51' is an obvious joke, but some people are taking it seriously

Of course, wouldn't you know it, the Area 51 Facebook post isn't embeddable — given the elaborate details of the foolproof plan. If it were, you'd be able to see the "calamity" for yourself. But some readers aren't taking this alien situation playfully. This is what happens when people don't take the time to completely read everything. Several people have taken to the Facebook post with sincerity, all the while the comments section is littered with Area 51 memes and jokes from people in-the-know.

All in all, hopefully, no one shows up to the discrete location on September 20.

Storming Area 51 isn't on anyone's agenda who's full of common sense.

Even with close to 400,000 Facebook "attendees," trying to raid Area 51 is a fool's errand, in all sense of the idea. You'd have no idea what you're up against, given all the conspiracy and secrecy surrounding the military installation. But what are your thoughts about the matter?