Author Richard Sauder returned to share his latest research into underground and underwater bases.There are "scores" of underground bases in the US, most of them clandestine, and they vary in size, depth and sophistication, he reported. His research, which he said is based on non-classified or declassified archives, also indicates there are undersea bases, created through the boring of large holes into the ocean floor.
Sauder noted that UFO abductees sometimes report being taken to underground or underwater facilities by military personnel, aliens or some combination of the two groups. UFO craft have also been witnessed submerging underwater, leading to speculation that there may be ET bases there. Yet, he suggested that these bases could be occupied by humans who exist in a parallel society-- "terrestrials" that may be indifferent to our world.
Having recently returned from a trip to Egypt, Sauder said he found plenty of evidence there for underground tunnels and openings, as well as anomalies on the Giza Plateau. He also discussed his interest in the subject of mind control. Black project technology, he conjectured, is probably so advanced that it would seem like science-fiction to us. And certain rogue elements may ultimately aim to electronically control the very thoughts people would think, he warned.
First half-hour guest, Dr. Lester Friedlander, a former chief USDA meat inspector, presented a critique of the meat industry. He said he was dismissed from his job after speaking out about sick non-ambulatory cows being used to make hamburger for the Federal school lunch program.
The USDA, he declared, serves to protect the meat industry rather than the consumer, and he suggested that the meat inspection process would be better served if it was run by a consumer-based agency. Further, Friedlander suspects that the US is covering up the presence of Mad Cow disease in its livestock.