UFO Promotion Goes Mainstream – Quick Hide!
By Staff News & Analysis - October 05, 2010

Former Air Force Officers Claim UFOs Visited Bases, Tampered With Nukes … UFOs They're out there, say a handful of former Air Force officers. The truth is out there, and a group of retired Air Force officers gathered the media and a handful of well-wishers at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., in an attempt to reveal what they say is a government cover-up of decades of alien contact. The officers claimed, through their own individual accounts, that during the Cold War UFOs visited various USAF installations, but that's just the precursor to a more remarkable assertion: the aliens were tampering with our nukes. Gathered by well-known UFO researcher Robert Hastings, the officers all individually gave similar accounts – that sometime between 1963 and 1980 each was present at nuclear missile sites when unexplained flashing lights appeared in the sky at the same time the missiles went form alert status to non-responsive. In one account, retired targeting officer Robert Jamison said all 10 missiles in his charge – known as a "flight" – went off alert status just as rumors of unidentified lights in the sky overhead swept through the base. Jamison didn't see the UFO himself, but several others on the base witnessed the incident. The cause of his missiles going offline is unknown. – Popular Science

Dominant Social Theme: They're out there and soon they'll be in here.

Free-Market Analysis: We've dealt with the UFO phenomenon as an elite fear-based promotion, but it turns out we're not the only ones who are somewhat dubious about what's going on. There doesn't seem any doubt to us that the pace has picked up. Reuters recently carried a press release about the UFO dog-and-pony show (see article excerpt above) now underway. Sub dominant social theme: "Maybe you didn't believe your hysterical next door neighbor but you'll certainly believe the US Air Force."

It seems to be serious business at first glance doesn't it? A group of Air Force officers are finally blowing the whistle on the UFO cover up. They DO exist, these flying saucers, and the folks flying them have been fiddling around with nuclear weapons. It seems fairly definitive after all. Everyone knows that military people don't lie and these officers seem to have no agenda other than to tell the truth.

But nonetheless, we are suspicious! (It is a habit of ours.) Robert Hastings has been "investigating" UFOs for about 30 years and has written books on the subject, and he's one of the organizers of this latest expose. It seems very much of his show, and he certainly has his detractors. We found this on the 'Net, the other day, courtesy of PR Web:

Is Current Flurry of UFO Disclosures Setting Up False Flag Operation? … U.S. representative for only authenticated, still ongoing UFO contact case questions government-media agenda behind latest press conference; considers Air Force testimony, Roswell, etc. to be "UFOs 101"

While the recent National Press Club UFO conference by ex-Air Force personnel, which was also covered on CNN, was hailed as a breakthrough by most UFO enthusiasts, one researcher takes a more cautious position on the significance of the event. "There's no question that the military witnesses are very sincere," says Michael Horn. "But while they may be 100% truthful, it's exactly like the very overworked Roswell story where there is no hard evidence to put on the table, only anecdotal stories. Secondly, they honestly can't be certain as to just what these objects are, or from where they are coming," said Horn. "Certainly everything unknown is not extraterrestrial; some of them have very natural explanations."

… "I have to wonder why the sudden media love affair with these sightings. One possibility is that the powers that be encourage 'safe' UFO stories, i.e. ones that have no real, tangible proof. The other possibility is that there's a false flag event, like a fake ET landing or even attack, in the works. What better way to try to terrify and control the masses – and bolster the weapons industry, which already utilizes fake 'alien abductions' and 'animal mutilations' to push for more weapons?"

Horn says that his communications with two of the UFO news conference participants was less than satisfactory. "I was surprised that neither of the people I contacted knew anything about the Meier case. But even more surprising was their refusal to be educated about, or comment on, it. It seemed to me that they had some kind of fear, which seemed strange considering that one man is an author promoting a book on…UFOs."

Horn, as we can see, is running a promotion of his own – for someone called Billy Meier. Who is Billy Meier? According to Horn, (Meier's "official representative"), Meier's UFO sighting "is the only scientifically proven, still ongoing extraterrestrial UFO contact case." Hey, everybody's got an angle.

Of course it all started with the radio broadcast of War of the Worlds by Orson Welles and has been growing ever since. US military brass and officials in other Western countries have launched countless investigations into the matter. Wikipedia lists just a few of them, as follows:

• Project Blue Book, previously Project Sign and Project Grudge, conducted by the United States Air Force from 1947 until 1969

• The secret U.S. Army/Air Force Project Twinkle investigation into green fireballs (1948-1951)

• Ghost rockets investigations by the Swedish, U.K., U.S., and Greek militaries (1946-1947)

• The secret CIA Office of Scientific Investigation (OS/I) study (1952-53)

• The secret CIA Robertson Panel (1953)

• The secret USAF Project Blue Book Special Report No. 14 by the Battelle Memorial Institute (1951-1954)

• The Brookings Report (1960), commissioned by NASA

• The public Condon Committee (1966-1968)

• The private, internal RAND Corporation study (1968)[44]

• The private Sturrock Panel (1998)

Every time one of these "studies" comes out in only adds fuel to the fire. And the entire field of UFO research received considerable resources in the late 20th century from Laurance Rockefeller who apparently believed that most of humanity's troubles could be laid at the doorstep of alien invaders. The involvement of the Rockefellers, along with a comment made by Orson Welles (which we cannot locate now) that his original broadcast had certain "anonymous" sponsors only adds to our suspicions about the ever-burgeoning UFO phenomenon.

From our point of view it has all the makings of a classical elite promotion – as we have previously reported. Crop circles; disemboweling of cows; alien abductions, the list goes on; there has been a steady "aliens among us" promotional drumbeat for decades. Not to mention an absolute tidal wave of science fiction books and movies, "first contact" documentaries and even NASA space probes.

But lately all of this information seems to be moving into the realm of "respectable" reporting. In fact, our collective antenna goes up (shades of My Favorite Martian) when the mainstream press gets involved. Popular Science, Reuters and a slew of other media are beginning to cover UFO goings-on in a matter-of-fact way, we've noticed (see article excerpt at the beginning of this analysis) and this is new from our perspective.

Now we have a great deal of difficulty with the idea that the Anglo-American axis would actually promote some sort of alien invasion as a way to further global governance. But given the relentless promotion of the fraught 2012 "end-of-the-world" date and the fervor with which the elite is working toward consolidating international control, we can't help but wonder if something isn't in the works.

After Thoughts

As we've written before, we would have dismissed such speculation outright in the past. But that was before the powers-that-be decided to turn breathing into pollution and to monetize CO2 and "trade" exhalations. Now anything goes.

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