When was the last time the army, navy, air force or other non public dedicated organisation dedicated something to history?
I can not recall to remember something like:
- The navy find some interesting wreckage or structures on the seabed.
- The air force used their ground penetrating radar and discovered...
To be fair, i do recollect some info about Lidar discovering structures in the jungle, and deserts but not sure what organisation it was that
disclosed that info.
I find it hard to believe that with all the toys they have, they do not announce some remarkable discoveries every week/month/year...
They have the toys, the annalists, and the computing power, is there a reason they are mostly silent? I can understand they would not give away
their capabilities, but hey... their silence is more disturbing as their revelations.
edit on 15-3-2019 by EartOccupant because: Disturbance
Don't you have the suspicion that our military forces are a lot closer linked to our controllers than independent researchers. It makes perfect sense
that if our true history is being hidden from us, the military are probably front line enforcers of the corrupted historical chronology.
Maybe the military's primary goal isn't benevolence, but power, control and money for their masters? If so, their coverup makes perfect sense. They
probably already have a massive amount of information that would change the world. I think the current degradation of events is going exactly the way
they want it to. Except for some minor setbacks like syria.
There was a theory that we went after saddam not because of so called atrocities, but because he started discovering ancient technology and secrets.
Research into some of the massive archeological pushes that were being made before we invaded. Then we went straight to their national museum,
completely against tactics, and cleaned out the newly discovered artifacts.
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