Two “Events” Happening This Evening
OK, “The Event” is on now.
Here’s a link to CNN’s coverage of the Hastings Panel, from Chris:
One is “The Event,” second episode, where we see if MSNBC will present galactics in a positive light or a negative.
If they present galactics in a favorable light, whoopeee! If not, we have more shovelling to do.
NBC’s site (http://www.nbc.com/) says it will appear at 9:00, which I assume is EDT, which translates into 6:00 PDT. It also may be on more channels than just NBC (for instance, City-TV in Canada).
Aidan says: “You can watch the series online here: http://tv.blinkx.com/show/the-event/61J5_vWzAWdni4-X . I assume that will be after the show has aired – but it may not be. Thanks, Aidan.
The second is the press conference of retired military officers at the National Press Club tonight on incidents in which the galactics have indicated their unwillingness to allow nuclear explosions on or above Planet Earth.
I don’t know if that will be aired anywhere. It will undoubtedly be mounted to Youtube later on. If anyone can tell me, I’ll revise this post.
Here are updates on the latter “event.”
Ex- Air Force officers calls UFOs and nukes a real ‘security concern’
Undated file photo of the inside of the deactivated Minuteman II intercontinental ballistic missile near Wall, S.D.
A half-dozen former Air Force officers plan a news conference today at the National Press Club to discuss UFOs and nuclear missiles, including an alleged incident in 1967 at a Montana missile base where 10 Minuteman missiles were mysteriously deactivated as a UFO hovered overhead.
See update below
Former Air Force Capt. Robert Salas, a former Minuteman missile-launch officer at Malmstrom AFB, says he was on duty during the incident in March 1967.
He says a “red, oval-shaped object” hovered low over the base while the missiles were mysteriously rendered unlaunchable.
Salas, in an interview this weekend with Washington’s Fox5 news, showed formerly classified documents that called the lack of any apparent reason for the shutdown a matter of “grave concern.”
Salas claims no one at the base was ever debriefed formally about the incident, which he says occurred again at another missile base the following week.
We’ll follow what the officers have to say and pass along any further information as warranted.
Update at 3:48 p.m. ET: At the news conference, Salas told reporters that “the UFO phenomenon is real, not imaginary and there is excessive secrecy in the government about this issue,” Britain’s Daily Mail reports, and called “tampering” with nuclear weapons a “national security concern.”
“The U.S. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it,” he says.
Salas claims to have witness testimony from 120 former or retired military personnel that points to alien intervention at nuclear sites in the U.S. as recently as 2003, the Daily Mail reports.
(Posted by Doug Stanglin)