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originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
An Anon over on /QResearch found a reference to "Black Eye" from Q #2615 in a MJ-12 file.
Project Black Eye was developed in March 1962 and was picked up by the New York Times in which General LeMay predicted that "beam-direct weapons" could be fired at a man-made satellite from across space and bring about the technological disarmament of nuclear weapons. " The Soviets were already playing on these fears in August 1961 when he referred to space weapons that could be "directed to any place on Earth." This threat as echoed by Marshal Birysov, Commander of the Soviet Union's Strategic Rocket Forces who claimed that orbiting space platforms could launch rockets at any terrestrial target within the satellite's trajectory. We at the Office of Scientific Investigations knew that the Soviets did not have that capability but realized they were thinking along the lines of a Fractional Orbit Bombardment Systems'(FOBS).
Far fetched or maybe something to it?
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: crankyoldman
Good find cranky... to put it in perspective, that is about $3000 for every person on the planet... or $15k for every family!
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: PokeyJoe
Actually some parts of the plan are given, even if it is coded.
How can people claim to have know about things months in advance if things are not being announced?
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