The military’s latest press conferences revealed “predictions,” or were they more like admissions? Rep. Adam Smith told the press after a shake-up of military space organizations by Congress, “I think logically, eventually, we will get to a space corps,” but whistleblowers have already provided evidence that the U.S. military has had a space-based corps for some time.
UK-based Hacker, Gary McKinnon made his way into NASA’s computer system over ten years ago using a 56-k dial-up modem, where he says he found evidence of extraterrestrial spaceships along with lists of military personnel and possible cargo for spaceships that don’t correspond to any Earth-bound vessels or Airforce craft.
McKinnon, incidentally, is now a “search expert” after he faced US extradition and million dollar fines. He also faced up to 60 years in prison for trying to disclose the evidence of the U.S. secretive military space programs.
McKinnon said, “I knew that governments suppressed antigravity, UFO-related technologies, free energy or what they call zero-point energy. This should not be kept hidden from the public when pensioners can’t pay their fuel bills.”
Yet, space-based reforms are already hitting the U.S. Airforce in the form of provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which will change the change of command and include additional oversight. Why would there need to be reforms to a program that doesn’t “yet” exist?
Pentagon and Air Force officials are still grappling with the full extent of the reforms listed in the NDAA, the most significant of which is the removal of the role of principal Defense Department space adviser from the secretary of the Air Force.
“A lot of people focused on the fact that Mike Rogers’ idea for a space corps didn’t happen, and they missed that a lot of reform did go into this bill,” Rep. Adam Smith, the ranking Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee said in a recent interview.
A lot of personnel is being shuffled around, and there isn’t a clear reason, at least according to the NDAA for the military to all of a sudden come clean about their space-based endeavors. Is this leading to a larger public disclosure of the space programs referenced by multiple whistleblowers, aside from the NASA-hacking McKinnon?
Researcher Richard Dolan believes the Deep State will use false testimony and MK ultra to alter the testimony of those who would come forward to talk about the secret space programs being run by the US government, but the testimony already provided by several controversial figures cannot be ignored.
One of these is William “Bill” Tompkins, who writes extensively of these programs and his personal experience in a book entitled Selected by Extraterrestrials. Another is Michael Gerloff, who perhaps corroborates Corey Goode’s 20-and-back program details. Since approximately 2016, numerous whistleblowers have come forward stating that they were recruited by the military to carry out service to their country in space-based programs.
A more complete listing of recent whistleblowers includes:
- Michael Relfe
- Arthur Neumann (aka Henry Deacon
- Andy Basiago
- Bernard Mendez
- Michael Prince
- Max Spiers
- Randy Cramer (aka Captain K or Kaye)
Each of their testimonies should be evaluated for possible truth. At first blush, they all seem to have similar experiences which would suggest that Rep. Adam Smith’s comments that we may “someday, eventually have a space crops” are extremely misleading, if not downright disinformation and psy-op material.
Admitting we have a secret space program, after all, would be an admittance that we have the very things Gary McKinnon pointed to – free energy, and additional, exotic UFO tech. There is plenty of motivation to keep the public guessing for these reasons.