Ufologist and physicist Stanton Friedman returned to discuss various aspects of the UFO field. Among the preponderance of evidence for ET craft, he cited the 30% of cases that couldn't be identified in one Blue Book study, the 1968 Congressional Hearings, and Ted Phillips' collection of over 5,000 physical trace cases.
Friedman also commented on one of the "darker" sides to ufology-- reports that many military pilots and their planes were lost to UFOs. The pilots, on various occasions in previous decades, were sent to "shoot down" UFOs, and many of these craft, according to sources, simply disappeared on these missions, never to be seen again.
Exploring the "why" of UFOs, Friedman said that there could be multitudinous reasons for ETs to visit Earth. Our planet is one of the densest in the solar system, he noted, and they may be interested in mining heavy metals. But he believes one of the biggest reasons they are here, is their concern over their own survival and security and they have chosen to monitor Earth, now that we have nuclear weapons. Interestingly, he speculated they might use some type of nuclear fusion as their propulsion system to get here, though their "motherships" might be hiding out on the backside of the moon or an asteroid.
First hour guest, author Jerome Corsi reported on newly revealed material about a 'Shadow Government,' which he acquired through the Freedom of Information Act. The documents, coming from the Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America, detail infrastructure and laws that apply to a partnership between the U.S., Canada and Mexico and such laws could supersede those of America, Corsi claimed. He also shared that the 'Shadow' agency plans to issue N. American border passes.
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