More than ever, the UFO subject seems rife with lies, hoaxes, the misidentified and -- with the passage of time -- too many new names and faces to remember. Or to trust, in some instances.
However, even as seemingly credible and detailed UFO reports continue to trickle in all over the world from a reliable witness base, I find another "trickle" of information well worth a look, because it appears to involve a bizarre interference with the U.S. military's deepest tactical secrets going back decades.
Of course, we're referencing researcher Robert Hastings and his "UFOs and Nukes" Web page (see link). Hastings, whose books, articles and now a new movie have, or should have, perked up the eyes and ears of anybody concerned about potential nuclear disasters or failures apparently abetted by the alarming presence of strange objects hovering over nuclear missile facilities, continues to come across one former Air Force officer or airman after another. Each documents remarkable accounts of watching or intimately knowing about UFOs not only visiting missile bases, but in some cases seeming to shut down or even alter codes on entire missile batteries as they hover directly overhead.
Should even half of the details gathered by Hastings via no-nonsense interviews with former military personnel who were at the scene and in a position to know what transpired in case after case be accurate, this is immensely, monumentally serious stuff. And as Hastings and others have mentioned, these incidents are not confined to the United States -- Russia, too, boasts missile base visits, according to witness reports. Can there be any doubt that these events have been multiplied per other nations with nukes as well? Surely, military personnel of China, North Korea -- Israel? -- and other countries have untold stories yet to surface?
Is anybody in Congress aware of these reported incursions? Sure, but the question is -- does anybody in Congress care? Remember -- when officers and members of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) peppered Congress with letters in the sixties and then The UFO Evidence (publ. 1964) document, responses were cordial and often positive. And then congressional members went right back to whatever it is they do and the UFO issue was put on the shelf until later years, when we Americans became recipients of that mmmmm, oh-so-good University of Colorado UFO "study." You know, the one that was, until the whistle blew, host to fraud, guffaws and made-up minds paid for with taxpayer money following its initiation. So much for open minds, and so much for science fit to order for those who deceive..
The question for Robert Hastings -- and his work has been spectacular -- is whether people in high places will effectively connect with people in higher places regarding both his efforts and official (apparently hidden) files in hope of getting answers deserved by all Americans. We appear to have some shining examples, if I'm not wrong, of something which most definitely violates the old and worn government maxim, UFOs represent no threat to our national security. Wanna bet?
42,000,000 immigrants, mostly illegal, are said to be in the United States, following release of new statistics. On Sunday 8/16, Donald Trump promised to take drastic action and deport illegal aliens, as well as build a fence on the Southern border. On Tuesday 8/18 radio broadcaster Glenn Beck's new book, It IS About Islam, hits the stores, promising to interpret all the dangers of radical Islam as they really were written -- and to offer a warning about the extremist Islam dangers increasingly evident in the U.S. and other Western nations. Are we finally waking up and realizing that the country, the world we love hovers on the brink of rule by people whose libraries consist of only one book and whose minds are pathetic throwbacks to centuries way back? There can be no doubt that a significant number of U.S. border jumpers have something more than good jobs at the chicken chopping factory in mind.
A cop in Alabama gets a brutal pistol-whipping with his own weapon because he feared the potential backlash from shooting an unarmed black suspect approaching him menacingly. This is what the Obama bunch and its criminal Justice Dept. has unleashed -- thugs with no appreciation for the law now roam free because the police feel enforcement of those same laws will promote their own career destruction and maybe prison sentences. Oh, for the day when every extreme leftist mayor and legislator working to destroy our law enforcement folks on the street can be arrested by the very cops they systematically neuter.
New York's megalomaniac governor joins other states in banning powdered alcohol. I don't care a whit about either alcohol or powder, but much of the time when these leftists ban something, you may be sure there's a nanny Democrat behind it -- and the first thing they do is announce with heartfelt drama that these drastic measures are taken so children will be protected from this or that. Unfortunately, as these instances occur piece by piece, the existence of adults capable and wishful of making their own mature decisions to buy or not buy things for their own pleasure are left out in the cold. If the socialist crowd couldn't threaten and scare us with the word, child, to increase their power over us, what then?
Trey Gowdy pursues the Hillary Clinton / Benghazi connection, now all gussied up with revelations regarding presumed ties to her e-mails and Personal Server From Hell. We've heard this week also that Hillary C. was involved way back with the (Nixon) Watergate investigations as a young attorney -- and she was allegedly fired for some sort of actions unbecoming. Wouldn't be surprised.
If Hillary collapses politically like a bouncy house crashing in a windstorm, who or what will the Democrats run? Why could possibly be taken seriously out there where few choices litter the grounds? Hillary is so-o-o-o-o yesterday, it's amazing party geniuses actually put all their chips in her corner, and, boy oh boy, did they. As time elapses and we learn more about her utter ignorance regarding how to delete things from a computer -- thus requiring a book to consult about the process -- and her attitude about classified message sharing, one begins to see, not a perfect pick for the presidency, but only a pathetically incompetent, pampered and questionably stupid choice. Then again, when one witnesses a Democrat Party whose costly efforts dating back to the sixties have done little but destroy great cities and subdued potential greatness among individuals, where's the shock factor?
Fish oil: It's not just for fish anymore: Oh good grief! Just weeks ago we read that fish oil is worthless, a waste of money, the dream of charlatans the world over. Now a new study discovers that it can prevent or retard schizophrenia in one's early years. Which way is it? You know, I'm just getting so tired of pharmaceutical company public relations hacks consistently sending information to the gullible media condemning natural substances, vitamins and minerals. Indeed, we're supposed to shed nature's wonders and instead pay a zillion bucks for their chemical crap, where drugs, often dangerously, replace nutrition or less damaging options. As we've all seen on TV, behind every new drug there's a lawyer with a class action lawsuit.