posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 08:24 AM
I think perhaps you have some incorrect disinformation about the US side of a space force. There is no way that thread on ATS can explain the whole
business, but I'll try to give you some insight.
The following is taken from Military Space Forces: The Next 50 Years by John M. Collins and Commissioned by the US Congress. The book is a
misleading whitewash of our space efforts for clueless members of Congress yet it does give significant details from which to understand this drastic
road that has been laid out and followed to an unknown degree.
"The evolutionary process started on September 1, 1982 with US Air Force Space Command. Naval Space Command emerged about a year later (October 1,
1983). Those two organizations originally lacked formal connecting links. Respective services still administer and support assigned forces, but
'authoritative direction over all aspects of military operations, joint training, and logistics' soon passed to the United States Space Command
(USSPACECOM), a unified command activated on September 23, 1985. USSPACECOM's initial Army component, a four-officer Space Planning Group, became a
full-fledged Army Space Command on April 7, 1988.” P.75.
This folks was not the birth of the US Space Force, simply the formal dedication of such a service. The Space Defense Imitative ("Star Wars'), was
the real origin and set forth much earlier to bring this program to life. --And if you think the SDI disappeared along with the some of its
oft-ridiculed programs, think again. That was exactly what they wanted you to think.
There is a clear link between the US space program and the appearance of the mysterious triangles in the mid 1970s and their continued presence in our
skies. the triangles must be seen as devices that is replacing all types of rocket, both those used as a transports or weapon's delivery platforms.
--Not to mention the disappearance of any current mechanism the US publically has for lofting humans into space.
The benign revelations of the English hacker Terrance McKinnon should be understood as simple evidence of the growth of the program into the actual
deployment of manned ships-of-war into space. That, folks, is where most of the black budget money has gone over the decades
It can be argued, as Reagan suggested several times, that the world would unite if there emerged a credible ET force that threatened Earth. Many of
us know absolutely that alien UFOs are currently here. However they have not enslaved us yet nor caused direct harm. Still, the historical details
of the coming of UFOs into our awareness is stunningly clear. Fabled friend or foe, of course, we would have attempted to develop defense systems to
counter them and
to reproduce their remarkable UFOs in some form as an automatic, all-encompassing defensive strategy. You don’t let strangers walk into your front
Yet, it is plain to see that having a space force with supreme abilities to control major conflicts on the Earth from orbits and from the Moon is the
ultimate "high ground." Regardless of the presence of aliens or not, the program is effective in preventing major wars between nations. Perhaps
that was the plan from the beginning and there is no alien threat. The Soviet system was obviously failing at that time and there were no real
enemies… or was there?. But China was stirring. and as Russia fell away it was plain to see that the Chinese would be eventually emerging as a
major threat for the dominance of the world.
You have to decide for yourself exact where lays the kernel of truth about all of these factors. But the US Space Force exists is shrouded in
secrecy. Make no mistake about that. Whether you want to grant them fine ships-of-war for defensive purposes against aliens or fellow humans is left
to your inclinations.