Re: [ufodiscussion] The 'U.S. Space Command'?
- I guess we''ll probably never know the truth about these
allegations, Dex, but I think the very possibility of their being true gives
pause for thought. When the secret military are in control of things, as
they are in the USA and the entire western world now, anything could be true
and anything could happen. It seems to me that this is the most important
consequence of living under a totalitarian cryptocracy: the reality we must
live in is whatever our invisible masters deem it should be and the truth
becomes a taboo subject that is banned from all polite social discourse.
Why shouldn't the get-ahead USA have acquired its own Space Force
and its own arsenal of military deep-space stations already, no doubt using
Tesla-style technology that is far in advance of anything that's commonplace
on struggling, divided, conflict-ridden old earth? The will to global
dominance has been driving American government policy since the end of World
War I. Now it is doing its darnedest to procure World War III and beyond
that, the American military visionaries have already conceived of fighting,
and winning a space war against perceived-to-be-hostile aliens. "Star Wars"
was conceived and committed to by America back in the 1980s. Are we to
believe that the US military just sat around since then, idly dreaming of
the future while experimenting with wacky "exotic" technologies in the
laboratory but never actually deploying any of them? That is not the
typical behaviour of would-be world conquerors, which military-minded
Americans have shown themselves to be all too intent on becoming. No, I
think the chances are that this hacker's discoveries are just a snowflake on
the tip of an enormous iceberg. And they won't be using rockets in space
either, if they want military parity with ETs.
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Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 3:50 AM
Subject: [ufodiscussion] The 'U.S. Space Command'?
Gary McKinnon has been accused of committing the
'biggest military computer hack of all time', and if
extradited to the US faces up to 70 years in jail. So
how did this techno geek from north London end up
cracking open the Pentagon and Nasa's systems? He
talks exclusively to Jon Ronson as he awaits his fate
[Note: This interview contains some 'street language'
His Bufora friends "were living in cloud cuckoo land",
he says. "All those conspiracy theorists seemed more
concerned with believing it than proving it." He
wanted evidence. He did a few trial runs, successfully
hacking into Oxford University's network, for example,
and he found the whole business "incredibly exciting.
And then it got more exciting when I started going to
places where I really shouldn't be".
"Like where?" I ask.
"The US Space Command," he says.
"What was the most exciting thing you saw?" I ask.
"I found a list of officers' names," he claims, "under
the heading 'Non-Terrestrial Officers'."
"Non-Terrestrial Officers?" I say.
"Yeah, I looked it up," says Gary, "and it's nowhere.
It doesn't mean little green men. What I think it
means is not earth-based. I found a list of
'fleet-to-fleet transfers', and a list of ship names.
I looked them up. They weren't US navy ships. What I
saw made me believe they have some kind of spaceship,
"The Americans have a secret spaceship?" I ask.
"That's what this trickle of evidence has led me to
"Some kind of other Mir that nobody knows about?"
"I guess so," says Gary.