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At the unveiling of the Space Force’s new flag on May 15, President Donald Trump delivered remarks claiming that Space Force is the first attempt by the US to deploy weapons and military forces in space, and the US is merely reacting to what China and Russia have previously done with their own respective space forces. Trump referred to fantastic new weapons systems that are being developed for Space Force, which are far more powerful than anything possessed by China and Russia.

Trump’s remarks are highly significant. They reveal a covert strategy of transferring weapons systems acquired secretly by a decades-long US Air Force led secret space program to Space Force, and proclaiming these as new weapons designed to counter recent Chinese and Russian advances in space technology.

Here’s what Trump said at the flag unveiling ceremony:

Well, thank you very much.  This is a very special moment because this is the presentation of the Space Force flag.  So we’ve worked very hard on this.  And it’s so important from a defensive standpoint, from an offensive standpoint, from every standpoint there is.

As you know, China and Russia, perhaps others, started off a lot sooner than us.  We should have started this a long time ago, but we’ve made up for it in spades.  We have developed some of the most incredible weapons anyone has ever seen, and it’s moving along very rapidly.  And we have tremendous people in charge.

After saying China and Russia got the early jump on the US, Trump went on to assert that “we have developed some of the most incredible weapons anyone has ever seen.” This is a very revealing statement which I will soon return to after briefly reviewing the respective conventional space forces developed by the US, Russia, and China.

Trump’s statement that China and Russia “started off a lot sooner than us” is a reference to the creation of new military branches exclusively dedicated to space operations and the deployment of advanced space weapons.

In the case of the US Space Force, the first call for its creation occurred during the Bill Clinton Administration (1993-2001). A Congressional Commission headed by Congressman Donald Rumsfeld (before he was appointed Secretary of Defense) advocated the creation of a Space Corps as a separate military branch back in a March 2001 report.

The September 11, 2001 (false flag) terrorist attacks and the subsequent “war on terror” delayed the creation of a Space Corps until it was revived by Republican Congressman Mike Rogers in 2017, and eventually endorsed by Donald Trump in March 2018 as Space Force. After Congress approved the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act that incorporated the “Space Force Act”, Trump signed it into law on December 20, 2019, formally creating the sixth branch of the US military.

Four years earlier, however, both Russia and China created Space Forces as new subordinate branches in their respective military services, which is why Trump is claiming the US is catching up to these major space adversaries in his speech.

On August 1, 2015, Russia re-established its Space Force under the newly reorganized and renamed Russian Aerospace Forces that combined the Russian Air Force with its former strategic missile defense forces. As a subordinate military branch dedicated exclusively to space operations, the Russian Space Forces focuses on a range of missions as described by the website of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation:

Monitoring space objects and identification of potential threats to the Russian Federation in space and from space, prevention of attacks as needed;

Carrying out spacecraft launches and placing into orbit, controlling satellite systems, including Integrated ones (intended to be used for both military and civilian purposes) in flight, and using separate ones towards providing the Russian Federation Armed Forces with the necessary information;

Maintaining both military and integrated satellite systems with launching installations and assets of control in the workable order, and a number of other tasks.

Only a few months later, in December 2015, China developed a subordinate branch of its People’s Liberation Army (PLA) called the “Strategic Support Force”, which integrated space operations that were previously widely dispersed. Here is how Elysa Kanta, writing for Defense One, described the PLA’s Strategic Support Force (PLASSF):

[T]the PLASSF’s Space Systems Department (航天系统部), evidently a de facto ‘Space Force’ for the Chinese military, has consolidated control over a critical mass of China’s space-based and space-related capabilities. The establishment of a unified structure through the Space Systems Department seems to reflect a response to organizational challenges that resulted from the prior dispersal of these forces, systems, and authorities across the former General Armament Department and General Staff Department.

Consequently, while it is true that Russia and China’s respective Space Forces predate the creation of the US Space Force by four years, it’s wrong to believe that the US is playing catch up to military resources that Russia and China have previously developed and deployed in space.

The formation of the US Space Force is indeed proceeding slowly and lags behind its rival military branches in Russia and China. Currently, the number of Space Force personnel only includes its Chief of Space Operations, General John Raymond, the senior enlisted officer, CMS Roger Towberman, and 86 recent graduates from the US Air Force Academy. While 16,000 personnel are temporarily assigned to Space Force, these are all USAF airmen until they are formally reassigned, which may take up to early 2021 due to the complex bureaucratic process in transferring thousands of personnel from one military branch to another.

Also, Space Force is still in the process of having Air Force bases reassigned and renamed, after having had new uniforms designed on January 17, its seal approved on January 24, and now an official flag. All this indeed gives the impression that the US Space Force is still a few years off from matching what China and Russia have achieved in space, just as Trump described.

However, what Trump didn’t mention is that the USAF has developed and deployed a secret space program that includes squadrons of electromagnetically propelled spacecraft that utilize antigravity principles, along with powerful space-based weapons systems.

In the US Air Force Secret Space Program (2019), I provided extensive documentation and insider testimonies detailing the history of reverse-engineered spacecraft that were first deployed in the 1970s. I described how the USAF had deployed various designs such as saucer, triangle, and even rectangle-shaped craft that are weapons platforms.

Recently, it was learned that the cigar-shaped “Tic Tac” craft recorded by Navy pilots in 2004 were in fact USAF spacecraft being tested against the Navy’s most advanced radar and aircraft intercept technologies. The Tic Tac craft was built by a major US aerospace contractor located at Plant 42, which is adjacent to Edwards Air Force Base.

As described in the US Air Force Secret Space Program, these advanced space assets are in the process of being transferred over to Space Force. The process will take several years and will require public disclosure by the Trump Administration of these newly acquired technologies, and how they were developed.

In his Space Force flag ceremony speech, Trump is clearly laying the foundation for disclosing the “most incredible weapons anyone has ever seen”, and asserting these were only recently developed for Space Force in order to counter the advanced space weapons produced by the Russians and Chinese. The truth is that Space Force is inheriting such weapons from a decades-long USAF secret space program that long ago weaponized space.

Rather than playing catch up to Russia and China, the US has been the clear leader when it comes to the development and deployment of advanced weapons technology in space. This is why China has been hacking, spying on and stealing US advanced space technology secrets for the last three decades to bridge the technology gap, as I described in great detail in Rise of the Red Dragon (2020).

Space Force provides a convenient means of disclosing advanced space technologies that the US has secretly used for decades, without revealing too much about their historical development and deployment. President Trump’s remarks lay the foundation for declassifying advanced electromagnetic technologies that have bewildered Navy pilots and the public for decades in countless UFO sightings.

© Michael E. Salla, Ph.D. Copyright Notice

[Note: An audio version of the above article is available on YouTube]

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On October 5, President Donald Trump cryptically spoke to reporters about the “calm before the storm” after a White House dinner with his top military leaders and their spouses. Trump’s previous and subsequent comments suggest that the US military is prepared to launch an overwhelming first strike against North Korea.

According to secret space program insider, Corey Goode, this will involve highly classified space based weapons systems that have never before been publicly revealed.

Here is how the Associated Press described the scene for Trump’s October 5 comment:

Reporters were led hastily to the grand State Dining Room, where they walked into a scene of the president, his highest-ranking military aides and their wives posing for a group photo…. Trump gestured to the reporters in the room.

“You guys know what this represents?” Trump asked. “Maybe it’s the calm before the storm. Could be the calm, the calm before the storm.”

“What storm Mr. President?” one reporter shouted. ISIS? North Korea? Iran?

“You’ll find out,” the president said.

As to the country Trump was alluding to, he gave a tweet on October 7, which gave a clear answer:

Trump is clearly alluding to a massive military operation being planned against North Korea. Such an operation would require weapon systems that could very quickly destroy much of North Korea’s military infrastructure in order to prevent it from retaliating against South Korea, Japan, or even the US itself.

Almost four million people in Seoul and Tokyo alone would be killed by a North Korean retaliatory nuclear strike according to a study conducted by scholars at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

The kind of weapons systems required to take out North Korea’s military infrastructure would have to be orders of magnitude more powerful than those used in the air war against Iraq in 2003, and against Serbia in 1999. These air wars took weeks to wipe out the bulk of Iraq and Serbia’s air defense, command and control, and vital military infrastructure.

The US would have to achieve the same strategic goals in a matter of minutes, rather than weeks. This firmly leads to Trump authorizing the use of highly classified space based weapons systems against North Korea. At the official level, space based weapons are non-existent and are merely being planned for the future.

At the classified level, space weapons have been secretly deployed by both the US and China. According to the National Institute for Public Policy, China “has the capability of attacking, destroying or disrupting the 500 US satellites circling the earth at heights of between 1,200 miles and 22,000 miles”.

 There has been speculation that the US and China having developed space based weapons such as Rods of God, which drops large rod-like projectiles from space with pinpoint accuracy and devastating results. The effects of such a weapon was depicted in the movie G.I Joe 2.

To understand what is being planned, I asked Corey Goode a number of questions. The following are his responses based on the intelligence he has gained from multiple military and secret space program sources.

Key: MS – Michael Salla, CG – Corey Goode

MS – Can you describe what your sources had to say about SDI weapons being the ONLY way to attack hardened North Korean positions? 

Some DOD reports estimate that 20,000 people could be killed in Seoul, South Korea per day if North Korea attacked with their artillery, rockets and mortars that are located in hardened bunkers just 35 miles from the DMZ (source).

Seoul has a population of 9.86 million people and is in range of most of NK’s conventional weapons systems. With Bunker Buster bombs and missiles becoming less effective in recent years the hardened bunkers where the NK Artillery is located has become too hard of a target for a conventional military strike. The loss of civilian life in Seoul was deemed unacceptable. 

Some of my NATO sources have provided information to me that indicates that not only does the U.S. have these types of Space Based Weapons Platforms, so does China and Russia. 

MS What kind of space based weapons exist that could be used against North Korea, e.g., Rods of God, Masers, etc 

Exotic Weapons Systems are located on Earth and in orbit. In the beginning, I would expect a number of EMP detonations over NK while at the same time “Rods from God” [RFG] projectiles would be released from orbit. It should be noted that North Korea has taken extreme measures to harden their bunkers and systems against EMP attacks.  

Each RFG Platform releases 12 projectiles the size of telephone poles. These projectiles are made of Tungsten and are coated with ceramic and have a guidance system similar to the JDAM conventional bombs.  

There are also a number of other weapons platforms that include High Energy Lasers and Masers as well as Particle Beam and Molecular Disruptor weapons. The triangular “TR3B like” craft have a number of weapons including a weapon that emit huge electro-plasmic energy bolts (like lightening) at their targets.  

MS – Can you describe to what extent China has similar SDI weapons systems? 

CG – China was able to obtain the plans to virtually every SDI (and later) weapons systems. They were spared the arduous and expensive R&D process and were able to engineer improvements in the designs that made their weapons much cheaper to develop.  

MS – What do you think will be China’s response to the US using their SDI weapons against North Korea? 

CG – Unknown. North Korea is thought to be a Cabal Asset by many. It is unclear if China will play a role at all in the defense of North Korea. The war would have to be prosecuted in a very particular way that keeps US Aircraft and Military personnel as far away from the North Korea/China boarder as possible. The US has most likely already disclosed its intentions regarding North Korea to some level authorities or secret societies in China and a tentative framework has been agreed to. This is speculation on my part. I know Trump likes to play things close to the vest. I am going off what has occurred between countries in the past according to information I received while in the programs.  

MS – What role would be played by fleets of antigravity flying triangles operating out of places like MacDill’s Special Operations Command play in the attack on North Korea?  

CG – I would think that they would fly sorties over North Korea positions and use a number of exotic weapons as well as higher tech conventional weapons (Rockets, Lasers & Mini-rail Guns). I’m sure they also gather electronic intelligence as well as jam certain technologies of the enemy. They would take out any enemy satellites and aircraft over the theater in the beginning of the attacks before more conventional air craft are sent in to clean up the non-hardened positions  

 

 

MS – What role would MIC SSP space stations play in the attack against North Korea?  

CG – I don’t know if the DIA/Air Force Space Stations would be used to coordinate the ground attack or not. The tasking of these satellite systems can easily be done from any location on Earth.  

I know that the Triangle Craft and Space Station had been servicing these space based weapons to keep them operational. I would imagine they would be monitoring and maintaining these weapons systems from orbit as they were being used. 

MS – Are the Directed Energy weapons systems to be used against North Korea, similar to what was used in the 911 attack that dustified the World Trade Centers as described by Judy Woods in her book, Where Did the Towers Go? 

CG – Since being out of the projects I have heard that there was a space based weapon used in 911. I have no inside information on the 9/11 attacks from my own experience. The Molecular Disruptor Systems are known to turn complex structures into a super fine dust. This is a possible answer to your question, though I would be speculating.  

MS –Are the Maser satellite technologies to be used against North Korea, the same ones used in the recent weather war attacks against the USA? 

CG – It is possible. Now that NATO sources have verified that China (& Russia) have these weapons it opens up the possibility that countries that are a part of the “Earth Alliance” could be taking part in the weather war against the United States. 

MS – Would the use of the SDI weapons lead to official disclosure of the MIC SSP? 

CG Yes, just as the F-117 Stealth Bomber/Fighter technology was disclosed to the public in 1989 after being used in the Panama war, some of the technologies used against North Korea would become public knowledge. I would think that they would then justify Space Based Weapons and disclose their Space Weapons and a new generation of Air Force air craft that can enter and leave the atmosphere at will.  

© Michael Salla, Ph.D, and Corey Goode. Copyright Notice

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