Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Robert Hastings AWOL at National Press Clubs DC "Hearings"

Most are aware of the recent National Press Club's "Congressional-style" hearings held last week.  I had noticed that Robert Salas and a few other former military members had given their testimony before the panel.

I couldn't help but notice that one individual was totally missing from the festivities...Robert Hastings.

From the UFO Chronicles:
"Hastings decided not to participate in that event, saying, “It’s unfortunate that Bassett chose to mingle the highly credible testimony of the missile launch officers, and the missile security guard, with questionable claims made by some of the other witnesses at the hearing. That is counter-productive if one is attempting to educate the public about the UFO reality and undercuts the legitimacy of the Disclosure process that he supposedly wants to bring about.”

Yet, doesn't this mean that Salas also chose to "mingle the highly credible..." with questionable claims by others?

I'm hesitant to say this, but kudos to Hastings for not participating in this "carnival."  Most know that I tend to be at odds with Hastings' nuke and UFO connection theory, but I believe that positive acknowledgement should be given when well warranted.

Question to ponder:  Does this represent a possible schism between Robert Hastings and Salas?


  1. Among other things, I think Hastings enjoys being the center of attention. I doubt he would have been able to get much of that among all the others who were present.

  2. Perhaps your right, but I was hoping that even Hastings saw the "WTF" factor in play concern the faux hearings where people had to be paid to show up.

  3. Too bad he didn't notice it before writing his book...