posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 03:45 AM
Could it be the missing flight MH370 is actually a test on countering China’s space capabilities? You may be wondering what connection space has
with something missing here down on earth and that too purportedly searching in the ocean. Well first of all, we have to acknowledge that majority of
passengers onboard the missing plane were Chinese nationals. So it is natural for Chinese sentiments to run high which can lead to the US prying and
finding out China’s true capabilities in reconnaissance and how its naval force can handle its borders while being stretched to far flung operations
around the world.
Secondly there is an increasing worry among some banker-elitists that China is aligning with Russia to tank the petro-dollar. Now that would be the
death-knell (or is it?) for most banking oligarchs who built this fantasy paper-backed Ponzi-scheme with no backup other than oil to rely on. It may
also explain why some Banker CEOs/SVPs and others in the know are getting “suicided” as perhaps they know too much of what is unraveling.
Still that doesn’t explain the space link. Well, let’s see. Recent technical developments in North Korea have demonstrated their capability in
developing some sort of an EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse) weapon which can diffuse electrical discharge in a matter of minutes. The risk of course once
this is mastered, a much stronger variant (knowing the North Koreans, of course a stronger one will be developed) can be sent to space as a military
‘satellite’ to obliterate major power grids in the US and/or the Western world in quick successions. That will render much of the electronic
guided “smart” weaponry not to mention NSAs cyberspace thru disrupting their datalink/space based transmitters/receivers pretty much worthless if
that happens. Unlike land-based hacking sources which provide a return address and usually traceable distinct signature, interference in space,
particularly that which does not result in sustained damage to satellites, is less likely to arouse suspicion due to the distant nature of the domain
thus encouraging deliberate interference and shrouding of military purposes as civilian or scientific.
North Korea has also recently taunted the US, demonstrating its military prowess by sending ballistic missiles which can easily be turned to
Geo-Synchronous Launch Vehicles (GSLVs) for space exploration. Perhaps all this meant to send a clearer message of their intentions. The lack of a
strong response from China gives credence as to who may be behind this – perhaps testing its new-tech weaponry by proxy through North Korea. The
hypothesis being that North Korea could then boost its military grade satellites and space weaponry as a deterrence and knock out any key strategic
site in the world rendering them basically useless for operation within a matter of minutes. Could it be that the recent sinking of the South Korean
vessel is an EMP attack on the vessel as a response to the trickery played on the MH370 plane?
To add more credence to this theory – Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) recently published an article suggesting Space as the next dangerous
frontier for the NWO (Contingency Planning Memorandum No. 21 – Dangerous Space Incidents – Author Micah Zenko/Douglas Dillon Fellow). Now you may
get so-called conspiracy theorists and radio jockeys who spin this in a fake UFO/Alien/Project Bluebeam threat from ‘dangerous’ space (perhaps
that too is for conditioning?) but truth may lie closer to home you think. It may all be a preparation to contain a future resurgent China down the
line and to keep them in check to continue towing the New World Order line.
The article states that China is the greatest threat to international (read New World Order) space security due to its “demonstrated disregard for
the consequences of ASAT tests without warning” which perhaps in a wartime situation could create malicious space debris, which would threaten U.S.
space assets and assured access to the domain.
The elitists’ worry stem from the fact that much of their present communication infrastructure is reliant on space-based satellites. No other
country spends as much on its space activity (75 percent of global space funding is by the United States), or has a greater stake in secure space (43
percent of all active satellites are U.S. owned). Threats to U.S. satellites would reduce the country's ability to attack suspected ‘terrorists’
with precision-guided munitions and conduct imagery analysis of nuclear weapons programs, and could interrupt “non-cash economic activity”
depending on the severity of the attack and number of satellites disrupted
Guess the next port-of-call for the politico-puppets is to come up with a new ratification treaty (much like climate change – under the guise of
‘Oh! there’s too much space debris’ or like the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty to dismantle other nations (and closer to home - Gun control))
The article suggests the below plans to boost to maintain the elitists hegemony in Space:
1. Upgrade the Joint Space Operating Centre (JpSOC) space fence radars and sensors.
2. Expand data-sharing agreements with more countries and commercial space operators (currently 35 agreements with commercial operators and 5 with
countries (Australia, Canada, France, Japan, and Italy)—to improve space defence capabilities.
3. Establish “regulations” mandating new acceptable practices for space debris mitigation similar to that done for “climate change”.
4. Test and develop large debris removal techniques through bilateral and multilateral pilot programs with other spacefaring nations.
5. Increase confidence-building measures by announcing United States will not test or deploy anti-satellite capabilities. (Similar U.S. declared
Nuclear Weapons Testing Moratorium of 1992).
6. Publicize growing concerns about China's ASAT capabilities, mirroring what has been done to address Chinese threats to the maritime and cyber
domains; no senior U.S. government official has issued a statement on space since January 2012.
7. Promote through media a non-treaty prohibition of direct ascent ASAT tests
8. Formal discussions with Chinese government leaders to increase transparency for Chinese actions in space, as part of the U.S.-China Strategic and
Economic Dialogue process.
9. Work with Congress to repeal the 2011 provision that prevents Chinese officials or experts from visiting the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration's (NASA) facilities to allow for bilateral civilian space cooperation with China.
10. Increase focus on brokering an ‘International’ Code of Conduct on Outer Space Activities with the largest number of states, to maintain
hegemony in space by promoting rules of the road for responsible space behaviour.
11. Trust-building measures with specific ‘allied’ countries to reduce risk of inadvertent conflicts.
12. Contingency planning for diplomatic/military response if a threatening anti-satellite test occurred, similar to planning that has been conducted
for catastrophic cyber-attacks on U.S.-based critical infrastructure.
13. Dedicate more CIA assets to improve intelligence collection and analysis of the command-and-control arrangements for China's, Iran's, and North
Korea's space assets to better understand which officials would authorize a dangerous space incident and how they could be influenced.