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Super Soldiers Mk 4+ (Fact or fiction)

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posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 12:29 AM
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I've have just been watching the Project Camelot video of Duncan O'Finioan and David Corso. This video was released on Oct 3, 2009 and at the start of the talk Kerry, Bill and Duncan bring up the topic of the latest 'Super Solider program, PROJECT TALENT and the latest update that they are on it 'a least the 4th generation'.


These are wild claims especially as they dont back up the claim. Does anybody have any infomation or good link that shed light on this or is the general consensus that too many people have been watching too Jason Bourne




posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 12:50 AM
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I watched some of that - something about it just doesn't seem true. If the guy was an assassin, why doesn't he tell us who he killed (names, dates, locations, methods, etc)? He claims to recall his training, but when it comes to the verifiable information, he conveniently skips it. Seems like B.S.



posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 01:01 AM
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Originally posted by harrytuttle
I watched some of that - something about it just doesn't seem true. If the guy was an assassin, why doesn't he tell us who he killed (names, dates, locations, methods, etc)? He claims to recall his training, but when it comes to the verifiable information, he conveniently skips it. Seems like B.S.


Thats my thoughts. A lot of the guys that have on are given in excess of an hour (in general) to spill the beans and they tease the viewer and like the feeling you get post McDonalds meal, you are left feeling cheated and never quite full. To many 'whistleblowers' just dont cut the mustard when it comes to facts and figures. I have spent the past few hours watching videos by Barry King and James Casbolt, both of whom couldnt provide anything solid to swallow and now generally held up as being frauds.

One video of King had him making up pitiful excuses as to why he hadnt had xrays to prove his claim that he had two implants placed in his head and sternum.

The use of psychic warfare is something I can believe but these superstrong ninjas that are being offered just dont stand up to me.



posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 01:03 AM
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Actually the "Uber Soldat" program we are running with (secretly of course), was created in Nazi Germany originally. It then traveled to the USA (and other allied nations) as part of programs like Operation Paperclip or it's counterpart in the USSR.

Both nations obviously continued this research and attempted to improve the qualities of their soldiers drastically. At least that is the goal.

Now when we discuss Americanized versions of Uber Soldat Projects, we have to consider that this type of research and development process will require many institutions undertaking vast amounts of research into dozens of scientific fields.

For example, you can do simple things like inject certain chemicals into your soldiers to give them noticeable improvements. Things like steroids, or chemicals that relieve pain or stress can be very helpful.

Hell even giving them anti-psychotic medication to make them a cold brutal efficient killer mentally works *sometimes*.

But this is childs play, the freaky stuff is in the fields of cybernetics and augmentations.

The US and USSR governments have conducted countless mad scientist experiments on animals (and humans!) to develop their cybernetic capabilities faster.

Men have had entire metal-robotic sections spliced into their bodies while on the lab table.

There have been people who had their head cut open and devices implanted to see how it worked out. Many died. Some survived yet went insane.

This was in the 1960ss....

Who knows what the hell they have by now.

Perhaps they worked out the kinks and bugs?

Maybe the eye socket augment that improves your eye sight doesn't cause intense burning anymore (or cancer?).

I don't know how far they are now, its all a huge secret. The public prosthetics industry is like 20-40 years behind the curve as well.

Only we can imagine what exists today in their deep down laboratories.



posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 01:14 AM
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This is something they will actually admit.

It happened in the 1970's.

And if you try saying that this had nothing to do with an Americanized Uber Soldat program, you are fooling yourselves.




Think of the Implications.

Now add this to the equation.



Combine these two capabilities.

It is almost as if we could cut the head off a soldier, plant it on a android frame (body) , and give it a brain-to-computer interface so the brain can control the body movements.

Well it still needs blood to function right? You can remove other organs that you need and set them up inside the robot body too.

Where have we seen all of this before??

RoboCop anyone?





posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 01:17 AM
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I have heard of the cross breeding programs of the USSR and China between Apes and Humans but claims that these Uber Soldiers are able to lift a tank!!!


If these troops were online, surely they would be deployed into an active theatre now.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 11:07 AM
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Thats my thoughts on it to. Too many of these 'whistle blowers' have selective memories when it comes to the meat of the evidence. On one of the vids, a hypnotist offered to put him under but there has been no feedback. I think that if PC want to improve their standing conspiracy theory arena, they need to push for evidence instead of just going off verbal testimonials full of holes.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 08:05 PM
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MAD. Mutually Assured Destruction.

Err.. whoops. Didn't notice the year.. Fail.
edit on 18-1-2011 by OneLife because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 01:21 AM
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If there was or is a program like that, obsolete subjects would have been terminated.

They wouldn't be doing interviews on a radio show.



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