I literally wrote the book on the UFO-nuclear connection. Why is the government hiding what it knows?
by Robert Hastings | July 02, 2021 06:00 AM
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The U.S. government’s recent unidentified flying objects report is unprecedented. It acknowledges, for the first time, that some UFOs (or what the U.S. government refers to as “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena”) appear to be real, ultra-advanced craft of unknown origin.
Going back 70 years, virtually every statement by the U.S. military had dismissed the phenomenon as misidentified known objects, such as weather balloons, or optical illusions, or hoaxes. Put simply, the new report is a major departure from the past policy of denial and obfuscation. But that candor goes only so far. The report completely ignores the elephant in the room: Hundreds of reports from military veterans, most of whom I have interviewed myself, involve UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites, including the mysterious disabling of our intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The UFO-nukes connection is clearly an important, if not the most important, aspect of UFO interaction with the U.S. military.
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Indeed, how credible? While we in the public domain are not privy to the information contained in the classified version of the report, it appears that nuclear-related cases such as those I have documented were completely sidestepped. Where does this leave us?
Well, while the UAP report is extraordinary due to its fundamental admission that some UFOs appear to be real, unknown craft that demonstrate an interest in U.S. military operations and facilities, it is incomplete. Omitting reference to an undeniably important aspect of UFO activity that, evidence suggests, continues to the present day (note that the U.S. Navy’s aircraft carriers, which seem to be a focal point for UFOs, are powered by nuclear reactors).
Researchers, the media, and the general public must push hard for more honesty from our government.
Robert Hastings is a UFO researcher. His book, UFOs and Nukes, documents and assesses decades of extraordinary encounters between U.S. military nuclear forces and UFOs.
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“Honesty” from the Gooferment. Jumbo shrimp. It appears that politicians and bureaucrats are structurally unable to tell the truth.
So why should we believe ANYTHING that they tell us?