11-15 Declassified Information Available To Us
11. Operation Himmler, the false flag operation that preceded World War two in Europe. German soldiers were dressed in Polish uniforms and made to stage attacks on German borders. I’ve always felt that, in light of this historical fact and the fact that the American government admitted making similar plans of their own in the 60s (Operation Northwood), people have a responsibility to question acts of terrorism, and particularly those that lead to war, with the utmost scrutiny and objectivity. Above all I think this term ‘conspiracy theorist’ holds far too much weight when in fact it is a rather empty distinction. I mean, a detective in the course of his duties will entertain theories about the possibility of people conspiring, so by definition he becomes a conspiracy theorist. It’s a useless term and really only acts as a thought stopper, enabling some very real conspiracies to go largely unquestioned, because everyone switches their brains off and turns away the moment the term is used for fear of being seen as nuts. That’s precisely why the CIA promoted the use of that term. Why do people find it such a hard stretch to consider that people in power very often conspire to commit unlawful acts as a means to maintain and develop their positions of power? It’s really one of the absolute constants in life, right up there with death and taxes.
12. Katyn massacre. The soviets killed 20,000 polish military officers after invading. During the German invasion of the USSR the Germans found the mass graves and publicized it but no one really believed them, being the Nazis and all. The soviets denied and made further investigation in Poland taboo. They created a monument lamenting the massacre and blaming the nazis. Finally in 1990 it was admitted that the plan had been under place and approved by Stalin to execute any members of the polish officer corps who were captured.
13. The US government did initial research into a gay bomb in the 1990s. Yes it was meant to turn soldiers gay. Also, check out the history of Atrazine as a drug in our food supply, something that is known to promote homosexuality. When the scientist who was commissioned to study its effects on frogs concluded that it was feminizing males, the drug company shut the study down and has worked for years to prevent the release of the data.
14. The UK sex scandal. Makes you wonder about the US pedophile ring that was on the front page of the New York Times in the 80’s (or a similar paper) then suddenly disappeared completely. Like Michael Hastings and Christopher Dorner, those were the kind of stories the media should cream over, so why did those stories disappear from view so quickly? The worst thing I’ve EVER heard of was what is now called the Franklin Coverup. The stories one of the victims told made me sorry I had ever heard about it. Nowadays when it looks like there is a pedo ring, I tend to give the benefit of the doubt to the victims. When Senator Nancy Schafer was pushing so hard for investigations into the whereabouts of a huge number of missing children who had been in state care it was no surprise when she and her husband were found dead. Ostensibly a murder-suicide.
15. The covert soviet biological weapons program is pretty scary. Especially when you find out that there was an anthrax leak that was covered up by the USSR for decades.
16-20 Declassified Information Available To Us
16. The use of Chernobyl Bio-Robots. In order to seal and cap the Reactor within a sarcophagus they needed to clear Rubble from the nearby roof, a large portion of which was literally material from the core itself. at First they used Remote piloted robots but they died pretty damn fast due to the radiation being too much for their electronics. So instead they used Bio-Robots, or as they are more commonly known, Human beings.
Groups of soldiers would dress in hastily made lead suits (they had to make them themselves) and for 45 second intervals, they would shovel rubble from the roof back into the exposed core of the reactor. After only this short time, the ‘Robots’ would experience deep bone pain, blurred sight and a lot of other scary fudging symptoms that are best not thought about. They did Multiple runs like this, rotating groups shoveling the inside of a nuclear reactor. They were Rewarded with bottles of Pepsi and Coke.
Footage of it can be found here, but full details of what happened were slow to come out, but the fact PEOPLE were labeled “Robots” just so they felt a tad easier sending people to shovel the worst substance humanity has yet wrought, kind of chilling.
17. My favorite has to be the US military’s first Broken Arrow event. On the evening of Valentine’s day 1951 USAF bomber 075, a B36 Peacemaker Bomber carrying a Mark 4 Fatman nuclear weapon suddenly looses power to 3 of its 6 turboprop engines while on a training mission following the British Columbia coast line. With no other options, the crew drops the bomb into the pacific and sets its autopilot to fly out into the pacific while the crew bailed out. All hands except for the planes weaponier Captain Tedd Schrier.
Instead of flying out into the pacific and crashing, the crippled bomber made a complete U turn and flew inland heading north towards Alaska, eventually landing on a mountain top in the Kispiox ranges near Terrace BC. When the plane was discovered in 1953, the USAF took over the airfield at Smithers BC and helicoptered into the crash site, gathering important technologies before blowing the plane to bits.
Its believed by some that the fatman bomb onboard 075 was in fact armed and the weaponier tried to fly the bomber home. When the bomb was discovered at the crash site, the air force detonated the bomb as they had no means of safely removing it from the mountain. History channel did a good documentary on the event.
18. We fu*ked up the Castle-Bravo test. For those who don’t know, the CastleBravo test was the largest nuclear explosion ever produced by the United States. The short-and-sweet is that we packed the explosive components in with a bunch of “benign” substance. The benign substance was an isotope of the explosive element. So the ratio was like 60% of the active element and 40% inactive. We didn’t know that if you blast the inactive isotope with enough energy it transforms itself INTO THE ACTIVE ISOTOPE. We made the explosion much bigger than intended and it almost killed the skeleton crew in the Observation bunker. We estimated beforehand that the explosion would be somewhere in between 4 mgt and 8 mgt. 8 being the “scary” big end of the spectrum. It ended up being 15 megatons.
19. Wireless transmission of audible voices into the skulls of human beings was accomplished decades ago. Glimpses of weapons based on this technology have been uploaded and quickly pulled down from military websites. The Army calls it V2K for “Voice to Skull.” Also referred to as “Voice of God” weapon. Abu Zubaydah was waterboarded 83 times, but that didn’t get him talking. What did was a visitation in his cell from “Allah” who spoke to him and told him his cooperation would make things easier on the other brothers.
20. US caused the death of the world’s first commercial satellite (TELSTAR) only a few months after it was launched. We set of a nuclear blast in space (5, actually) and that blast (Starfish Prime) created an electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) that killed TELSTAR (which was placed in orbit the day after the test; the EMP effects energized the Earth’s magnetic field enough to cause the satellite to die on orbit). The government didn’t tell AT&T what happened until around 2005 or so.