|ZERO BASED JOURNALISM = ZERO PROGRESS
The NBC DATELINE UFO SPECIAL
SUNDAY 5-18-08by Vince White
10 Close Encounters
They could do more in a month than all the UFO specials shown for the last
thirty years. Because no one has got serious a about this yet...
SERIOUS enough to take on the government itself.
We need a team with the mental power to recognize that any disclosure
that happens from inside will be a cynical spin and ploy to say a great deal
about very limited hangout, combined with a attack and smear on UFO
These two objectives are coupled together:
a. they attack the credibility of the research community;
b. while sacrificing a few secrets in order to insulate and limit what truly sensitive
subjects that they do not wish to reveal.
Where is the great spotlight of examination on the skeptics?
When, for example, Mr. Shirmer consistently avoids solid cases of extraordinary
corroborative power, such as simultaneous ground and air, visual and radar and
camera records and no one presses him to the wall on this?
Zero based reporting is for specials like the just-aired Dateline NBC Special, which had a lot of production money poured into it, lots of glitz and gloss of wrapping, but almost
Forget the spooky music, flying many to on-site video interviews at the sighting locations,
and go through some real reporting diligence and reconstruct the larger picture and immense, congruent patterns of serious witnesses.
And for reporters' and reputation's sake, bring out that incredible video that is canned and sequestered in high secure locked rooms at the networks and cable giants.
Time for the first real special on UFOs, it will take 3 hours to present and have a lot of investigative reporters, some sources voices disguised and in dark outline.
This NBC (No Body Cares) Non-special will have the office water cooler boiling over with hot rhetoric and say things that will have the nation finally demanding that the owners claim ownership, that we fire those who pursue the secret agendas pursued by unelected elites,
who like everyone else put their pants on one leg at a time.
And if they can handle the big busy good bad and ugly galaxy, so can we.
Meanwhile, the team that produced that monstrosity on Dateline NBC need to apologize and
perhaps find a different line of work.