Washington, DC - Today at the National Press Club testimony from one researcher and seven former members of the United States Air Force was presented to more than two dozen print and television reporters. The subject was: the UFO-Nukes Connection. It was sponsored and organized by researcher Robert Hastings, author of UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, and Capt. Robert Salas (USAF retired).
This was the third major witness press conference addressing UFO/ET related issues. The first was in May of 2001 (Disclosure Project) and the second in November of 2007 (Kean/Fox). PRG believes this press conference may prove the most important and has the potential to end the truth embargo by triggering a major shift in media coverage. Why? It is the direct connection to nuclear facilities and national security. Such a connection gives an already spring loaded media a clear hook upon which to hang their hat and purse and get to work.
Notably the event was live streamed in full by CNN to the Internet and is available at: www.blip.tv/file/4172861
CONFERENCE: Witnesses UFOs over military nuclear sites.
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“Ces objets ont un fort intérêt pour nos missiles. A titre personnel, je pense qu’ils ne sont pas de la planète Terre” a t-il déclaré.
“These objects have a strong interest in our missiles. Personally, I think they are not of Planet Earth” he has said.
Stephen Bassett, directeur exécutif du Paradigm Research Group (PRG) était présent à cette réunion.
Stephen Bassett, executive director of Paradigm Research Group (PRG) was present at the meeting.
Il a diffusé le communiqué suivant : “Désormais, les acteurs de la presse politique doivent aller interroger les porte-paroles du Ministère de la Défense, de l’US Air Force et de la CIA, et s’adresser directement aux secrétaires Robert Gates, Michael Donley et Leon Panetta. Nous verrons si les journalistes politiques basés à Washington DC, ne sont pas inféodés à ce gouvernement ou ne pratiquent pas l’autocensure.”
He issued the following statement: “Now the players of the political press should talk to the spokespersons of the Ministry of Defense, U.S. Air Force and CIA, and speak directly to Secretary Robert Gates Michael Donley and Leon Panetta. We’ll see if political journalists based in Washington DC, are not subservient to the government or do not practice self-censorship. “
A ce jour, plus d’une centaine de retraités de l’Armée américaine ont révélé le survol de sites d’armement nucléaire.
To date, more than one hundred retired U.S. Army revealed overflight nuclear weapons sites.
Ceux-ci sont interprétés comme étant des opérations de surveillance. These are interpreted as surveillance operations.
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Stephen Bassett is a leading advocate for ending the 60-year, government imposed truth embargo regarding an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. He is a political activist, lobbyist, commentator, columnist and conference producer.
He is the founder of the Paradigm Research Group, the Executive Director of the Extraterrestrial Phenomena Political Action Committee (X-PPAC), the creator of the Paradigm Clock and the executive producer of the X-Conference.
Since 1996 Bassett has assisted many organizations and initiatives making the case for 1) an end to the government’s truth embargo, and 2) open congressional hearings to take the testimony of former military and agency employees witness to extraterrestrial-related events and evidence.
He has appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows and in numerous documentaries delivering the message to millions of people of the likelihood and implications of “Disclosure” – the formal acknowledgement of the ET presence by the governments of the world.
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