reply to post by koperniguz
There is no question that Bassett has learned to speak like a politician. He sounds confident and composed. Having heard him many many times
(including once in person) I can see that.
Unfortunately his entire spiel is content free. His ideas about the imagined conspiracy are self- falsifying. They are an hilarious amalgamation of
far left rhetoric.
For instance, he believes anyone who is rich is in on the conspiracy, too. He actually thinks the conspiracy extends down to state government!
Take a look at his insanely designed web site. There you can get a sense of his sort of homeless person mutterings. Bassett believes that ANYTHING
that has to do with UFOs somehow furthers his cause. So when someone releases a book of alien drawings, he says, "this book will make it happen."
When SETI lost its funding, that was a "strong Disclosure indicator."
This has been going on for years.
Craziest of all is his disclosure clock. Here (apparently with only a casual knowledge of UFO history) he lists news events and estimates how they
move us closer to disclosure. Unfortunately his nuttiness is on full display here.
Dan Ackroyd becoming interested in UFOs moved us 5 seconds closer to disclosure!
John Kerry being nominated for the Democratic presidential run also moves us 5 seconds.
The liberal radio network, Air America, is formed in 2006. Somehow this moved us a whopping 10 seconds closer.
There is no entry for when Air America went out of business shortly after that.
Hilariously, in his zeal, he constantly runs the clock down and simply resets it.
This is exactly like listening to the bag lady you might pass on the street. And just as meaningful.