Saturday, August 03, 2013

Leading UFO “Skeptics” Shy About Discussing Their U.S. Government Connections

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James Oberg & CSI

By Robert Hastings

      Huffington Post just ran a blog posting by Roger Marsh, the editor of the MUFON UFO Journal, regarding documented FBI surveillance of my UFO research activities. That offering was the result of my own article on the subject, detailing the covert monitoring of my investigations into UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites.

In response to Marsh’s commentary, noted UFO “skeptic” James Oberg chimed-in and did his standard debunking of the UFO topic. My retort to Oberg, also posted by Huff Post’s moderators, reads:
My own research on UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites—as confirmed by declassified U.S. government documents and ex-military eyewitness testimony—was presented at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on September 27, 2010. That press conference was streamed by CNN and the full-length video may be viewed at

James Oberg is a leading member of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI). The group’s magazine, Skeptical Inquirer, has been edited since the early 1980s by Kendrick Frazier, whose profession is listed as "Science Writer" in the publisher's statement. Not mentioned is the fact that he worked for 20+ years as a Public Relations Specialist at Sandia Labs, a leading U.S. government nuclear weapons laboratory.

Consequently, here is the situation: Hundreds of declassified documents clearly establish a link between UFOs and nukes, a fact now confirmed by over 140 ex-military personnel interviewed by myself. And who is responsible for the UFO-related content in the leading debunking magazine? Why, a PR guy who worked for two decades for the U.S. government's nuclear weapons program!

Also not mentioned in Skeptical Inquirer magazine is the fact that Oberg is a former USAF Security Officer for nukes-related information who once privately chastised another former USAF officer, Dr. Bob Jacobs, for publishing Top Secret information about the nukes-related Big Sur UFO case. All of the documented details relating to this are available at:


1 comment :

  1. "did his standard debunking of the UFO topic" which consists of asking for checkable evidence and pointing to my own unrefuted investigations of several famous cases.... which ought to be EVERYONE'S "standard". As for my own military service, Mr. Hastings apparently found all the information on my own home page, which raises the question about how secret it ever was.


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