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“UFOs and Nukes” Documentary Takes On Controversial Topic

UFOs and Nukes – The Secret Link Revealed

Since the dawn of the atomic age, UFOs have been
monitoring humankind’s use and storage of nuclear weapons.

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     Hastings’short-and-sweet documentary is actually well done and uses believable graphics and re-enactments that tone down the

By Andrew W. Griffin
www.reddirtreport.com
8-1-17

usual “cheese” level you can get with “fringe” documentaries of this nature. Hastings makes it clear that this is no joke and that if the unknown individuals piloting these mysterious craft can disable nuclear weapons – or, more scarily – trigger launch countdowns, only to stop them at will – it is something humanity needs to address openly and honestly.

And when Hastings is asked why these UFOs are interfering with humankind’s civilization-ending weapons arsenal, he suggested that “they” are warning humanity not to “play with fire.”

We agree. And seven years ago, CNN took the topic seriously enough to provide coverage of a Washington press conference addressing the subject of UFOs and their links to nukes. Sobering stuff.

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Declassified Nuclear Films Reveal New Data Via Today’s Technology | VIDEO

Declassified Nuclear Films Reveal New Data Via Today's Technology
     In July 1945, scientists detonated Trinity, the world’s first nuclear bomb. At the time, no one was sure what was going to happen. But the test was a terrifying success, and it led to an international arms race.
By seeker
8-3-17

The United States conducted over 200 atmospheric weapons tests for two key reasons: grandstanding and fine tuning. They wanted to prove their military might, and make better, more powerful nuclear weapons. So, they tested out new designs in the air, on the ground, and at sea. All of these massive fireballs were captured by strategically placed cameras around a test site, and then analyzed by scientists. The big number they were all after? The yield, or the amount of energy released. These films hold the best scientific data we have of our nuclear potential. That is, until a weapons physicist decades later found out the data from these films might be off a bit.

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UFOs and Nukes Researcher, Robert Hastings to Appear on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp

UFOs and Nukes Researcher to Appear on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp

     Noted researcher Robert Hastings will discuss his investigations into UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp, on August 20, 2017 at 10 p.m. Pacific Time.
By The UFO Chronicles
8-18-17

UFOs & Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites
Since 1973, Hastings has interviewed more than 160 U.S. military veterans regarding their involvement in one nukes-related UFO incident or another. On September 27, 2010, CNN live-streamed his press conference in Washington D.C., during which former U.S. Air Force missileers described occasions when several ICBMs mysteriously malfunctioned moments after a disc-shaped craft was observed hovering near their underground launch silos. The full-length video of the press event is available at www.ufohastings.com.

The second edition of Hastings’ 600 page book, UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites is now available at Amazon and Amazon UK.

Hastings’ recently, released documentary, UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed, can be viewed here.

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UFOs Visited Nuclear Missile Sites & Bomber Bases According to The Defense Department

UFOs Visited  Nuclear Missile Sites & Bomber Bases According to The Defense Department

     During two weeks in 1975, a string of the nation’s supersensitive nuclear missile launch sites and bomber bases were visited by unidentified, low-flying and elusive objects, according to Defense Department reports.

The sightings, made visually and on radar by air and ground crews

By Ward Sinclair and Art Harris
The Washington Post
1-19-1979

and sabotage-alert forces, occurred at installations in Montana, Michigan and Maine, and led to extensive but unsuccessful Air Force attempts to track and detain the objects.

Air Force and Defense Department records variously describe the objects as helicopters, aircraft, unknown entities and brightly lighted, fast-moving vehicles that hovered over nuclear weapons storage areas and evaded all pursuit efforts.

In several instances, after base security had been penetrated, the Air Force sent fighter planes and airborne command planes aloft to carry on the unsuccessful pursuit. The records do not indicate if the fighters fired on the intruders.

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The Fear of a Nuclear/EMP Attack “Operation Gotham Shield”

In the past it has been found that crisis exercises or simulated attacks uncannily mirrored those of the actual attack, which may take place during or shortly after the exercises.

With this in mind you may wonder why state, local, and federal organizations alike are planning a major nuclear detonation drill in the New York-New Jersey area, along with the U.S.-Canadian border between April 18th thru May 5th, 2017.

During this exercise, which is called Operation Gotham Shield, 4 nuclear devices, 2 of which are rendered “safe” during the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Vital Archer Exercise and one successful 10kt detonation in the NYC/NJ area, along with one smaller detonation on the U.S./Canadian border are to take place.

Is it because they think that North Korea or maybe Russia will launch an EMP attack, a nuclear electromagnetic pulse that results from an explosion, usually from the detonation of a nuclear weapon?

An EMP attack is major threat to America as it has been largely ignored by those who could prevent it. Such an EMP explosion will melt down the electric grid, resulting in chaos and death.

Last week they spotted a Russian or a North Korean submarine off the coast of California with the consequence that the US and Canadian anti-submarine warplanes were rapidly converging off the coast of California, including Multiple low-flying aircraft a Navy EP-3E Aries II, which is used for electronic surveillance, a Navy P-3C Orion, which is used for submarine spotting, and a Boeing P-8 Poseidon used for anti-submarine warfare off California, followed up with the news that Russia claims it can wipe out the US Navy with a single ‘electronic bomb’, the fear of an EMP or nuclear attack is not unfounded.

With ‘Operation Gotham Shield’ which will be held from April 18th thru May 5th, 2017 in mind we may wonder whether North Korea is really planning to launch nuclear missiles from a submarine… or what if Russia is really going to nuke the east and west coasts of the United States?

 

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World War 3 – The Aliens will attempt to keep us from going to war?

With the threat of a third world war, we may wonder whether the aliens send us another warning as has happened before.

According to Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who passed away last year on February 4, 2016, aliens came to Earth during weapons tests at US missile bases and the famous White Sands Proving Ground in the New Mexico desert – where the world’s first nuclear bomb was detonated in 1945.

Once again the aliens visited our planet to prevent a nuclear war between the US and the Soviet Union at the start of the Cold War.

Edgar Mitchell has spoken to many Air Force officers who worked at these silos during the Cold War and they told Edgar that UFOs were frequently seen overhead and often disabled their missiles.

On Saturday October 23, 2010 some 50 intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) were knocked offline by what the Pentagon calls a “communications malfunction” but it is more likely that the aliens were involved in the incident which affected roughly ten percent of the US ICBM nuclear arsenal for a period of about 45 minutes at the Warren Air Force base in Wyoming.

Without going into details, everyone is aware of what is currently happening in and around North Korea and with tensions high there is certainly a great risk that it goes terrible wrong.

With World War 3 around the corner, the aliens will undertake a new attempt to keep us from going to war?

Video below: UFO disables Missile.

 

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Malfunctioning Nuclear Missile and Fear of Accidental Launch (1984)

Air Force Feared Missile Launch - Gadsden Times 10-28-1987
Air Force officials parked an armored vehicle on top of a Minuteman 3 silo in 1984 to prevent what appeared to be the launch of a malfunctioning nuclear missile…. (click and or right click to enlarge image)

     Air Force officials parked an armored vehicle on top of a Minuteman 3 silo in 1984 to prevent what appeared to be the launch of a malfunctioning nuclear missile….
Gadsden Times
10-28-1987

… The guidance system on a Minuteman 3 missile loaded with 3 warheads malfunctioned Jan. 10, 1984.

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Air Force Conducts Test-Drops of Dummy Nukes

Air Force Conducts Test-Drops of Dummy Nukes
The Air Force dropped two mock nuclear weapons at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada earlier this month in a test of a key element of the nation’s nuclear triad.

     The Air Force dropped two mock nuclear weapons at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada earlier this month in a test of a key element of the nation’s nuclear triad.
By Stephen Losey
Air Force Times
10-7-16

The tests, which Global Strike Command conducted with the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration, had two B-2A Spirit stealth bombers from the 509th Bomber Wing of Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri drop joint test assemblies of the B61-7 and B61-11 nuclear bombs, NNSA said in a Thursday release.

“The B61 is a critical element of the U.S. nuclear triad and the extended deterrent,” said Brig. Gen. Michael Lutton, NNSA’s principal assistant deputy administrator for military application, in the release. “The recent surveillance flight tests demonstrate NNSA’s commitment to ensure all weapon systems are safe, secure and effective.”

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Air Force Conducts Test-Drops of Dummy Nukes

Air Force Conducts Test-Drops of Dummy Nukes
The Air Force dropped two mock nuclear weapons at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada earlier this month in a test of a key element of the nation’s nuclear triad.

     The Air Force dropped two mock nuclear weapons at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada earlier this month in a test of a key element of the nation’s nuclear triad.
By Stephen Losey
Air Force Times
10-7-16

The tests, which Global Strike Command conducted with the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration, had two B-2A Spirit stealth bombers from the 509th Bomber Wing of Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri drop joint test assemblies of the B61-7 and B61-11 nuclear bombs, NNSA said in a Thursday release.

“The B61 is a critical element of the U.S. nuclear triad and the extended deterrent,” said Brig. Gen. Michael Lutton, NNSA’s principal assistant deputy administrator for military application, in the release. “The recent surveillance flight tests demonstrate NNSA’s commitment to ensure all weapon systems are safe, secure and effective.”

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‘Fact of’ Nuclear Weapons on Okinawa Declassified

'Fact of' Nuclear Weapons on Okinawa Declassified

     The Department of Defense revealed this week that “The fact that U.S. nuclear weapons were deployed on Okinawa prior to Okinawa’s reversion to Japan on May 15, 1972” has been declassified.

While this is indeed news concerning classification policy, it does not represent new information about Okinawa.

By Steven Aftergood
Secrecy News
2-19-16

According to an existing Wikipedia entry, “Between 1954 and 1972, 19 different types of nuclear weapons were deployed in Okinawa, but with fewer than around 1,000 warheads at any one time” (citing research by Robert S. Norris, William M. Arkin and William Burr that was published in 1999 in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists). As often seems to be the case, declassification here followed disclosure, not the other way around.

If there is any revelation in the new DoD announcement, it is that this half-century-old historical information was still considered classified until now. As such, it has been an ongoing obstacle to the public release of records concerning the history of Okinawa and US-Japan relations.

Because this information had been classified as “Formerly Restricted Data” under the Atomic Energy Act rather than by executive order, its declassification required the concurrence of the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and (in this case) the Department of State. Any one of those agencies had the power to veto the decision to declassify, or to stymie it by simply refusing to participate.

Instead, the information was declassified as a result of a new procedure adopted by the Obama Administration to coordinate the review of nuclear weapons-related historical material that is no longer sensitive but that has remained classified under the Atomic Energy Act by default. The new procedure had been recommended by a 2012 report from the Public Interest Declassification Board, and was adopted by the White House-led Classification Reform Committee. […]

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