By Jon Rappoport
That may sound like a misled question. But let’s demeanour at Tom DeLonge’s company, now behaving as a passage for new UFO revelations.
DeLonge, a famous musician (Blink-182, Angels and Airwaves) has surrounded himself with high-level spooks from the CIA and the military, in his new venture, To the Stars Academy.
One of his lead collaborators is Luis Elizondo, who was the Pentagon arch of a secret program (2007-2012) to study and try UFO activity. Elizondo is now the prove man for media, explaining the breaking news about a 2004 US military sighting of a UFO, and successive unsuccessful attempts to investigate materials from UFOs. He’s also hinting that visitor UFOs are a intensity hazard to the safety, a hazard we can’t ignore.
Every major press opening in the world, starting with the NY Times, is covering this story.
Who are the players on De Longe’s team? Buckle up. The following quotes are from the Academy’s site:
Jim Semivan—“Mr. Semivan retired from the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations after 25 years as an operations officer, both abroad and domestically.”
Hal Puthoff—“Dr. Puthoff’s veteran credentials spans some-more than 5 decades of investigate at General Electric, Sperry, the National Security Agency (NSA), Stanford University and SRI International. Dr. Puthoff frequently advises NASA, the Department of Defense and comprehension communities…”
Luis Elizondo—“Luis Elizondo is a career comprehension officer whose knowledge includes operative with the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense, the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the Director of National Intelligence. As a former Special Agent In-Charge, Luis conducted and supervised rarely supportive espionage and terrorism investigations around the world. As an comprehension Case Officer, he ran surreptitious source operations via Latin America and the Middle East.”
Chris Mellon—“He served 20 years in the sovereign government, including as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in the Clinton and Bush Administrations.”
Paul Rapp—“His past honors embody a Certificate of Commendation from the Central Intelligence Agency for ‘significant contributions to the thought of the Office of Research and Development’.” (Note: This office, ORD, was where the CIA’s MKULTRA mind control program secretly landed, in 1962, after it purportedly ended.)
Norm Kahn—“Dr. Kahn had over a 30-year career with the Central Intelligence Agency…”
Getting the picture?
That’s utterly a hurl call of military and comprehension insiders. Did DeLonge partisan them, or did they stealthily partisan him, observation him as a sincere, but rather clueless front man they could use for their own purposes?
But let’s go one covering deeper with a few of these names on Tom DeLonge’s group at the To the Stars Academy.
Dr. Norm Kahn’s career with the CIA “culminat[ed] in his growth and instruction of the Intelligence Community’s Counter-Biological Weapons Program.”
Dr. Rapp “is a Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University.”
Dr. Garry Nolan, another Academy advisor, “is the Rachford and Carlota A. Harris Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University School of Medicine…He binds a B.S. in genetics from Cornell University, a Ph.D. in genetics from Stanford University.”
Luis Elizondo’s “academic credentials includes Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology, with investigate knowledge in pleasant diseases.”
And finally, another Academy group member, Dr. Adele Gilpin, “is a scientist with biomedical educational and investigate knowledge as good as an active, licensed, attorney.”
Why are all these medical people on board, along with comprehension and military players? Microbiology, parasitology, immunology, genetics, biological weapons? What do these fields have to do with UFOs?
It doesn’t take a good understanding of imagination to come up with a few answers. Military and comprehension and microbiological people, operative together on UFO scenarios, could simply sequence “threat assessments” focusing on “unique viruses coming to Earth from space.” Via drift, or even by “aliens” visiting from afar.
I contend “threat assessments,” since that is how these people consider and how they spin.
Don’t be too astounded if you hear denunciation like this emerge:
“We must prepared for all eventualities. After all, if we aren’t alone in the universe, we could be theme to life forms at the micro turn we aren’t prepared for, and to which we have no healthy immunity…”
When your veteran credentials is inventing enemies, there are no boundary to the scenarios you’ll dream up.
Suppose we shortly hear this: “Dr. X has suggested the need for endless investigate on probable vaccines against a whole operation of different viral class from outdoor space…”
The CEO of Merck would lay up true and squeeze the phone. He would wish to speak to his hit at the Defense Department. He smells a new supervision contract.
A few big shots at the US Centers for Disease Control would crowd in a meeting. How can they get in on the action? Perhaps they can find an astrobiologist who’ll explain “the probability of human illness imagining in space has been deliberate for many years. We’ve always been undetermined by the genetic makeup of certain viruses. When you consider that components concerned in the arrangement of Earth itself could have come from apart space, these components positively could have carried microbes with them…”
Yes, that would be a start. “And if, in fact, we have had ‘visitors,’ wouldn’t they lift their own set of singular viruses?”
Here is an tangible news story from gizmodo.com (6/22/15), “Why Scientists Have Been Scared of Space Germs for Almost 50 Years”: “The 1967 Outer Space Treaty was one of the few things the U.S. and the Soviet Union managed to determine on at the tallness of the Cold War. Among other things, it dissuade both nations from bringing space microbes back to Earth, or swelling Earth germs to other planets.”
“Mostly, they [scientists] worry about single-celled, little organisms, such as bacteria, some fungi, and viruses – or whatever the visitor chronicle of single-celled life looks like. We know for certain that germ and viruses can tarry bearing to the oppressive conditions of space prolonged adequate to join a float to someplace some-more hospitable [like Earth].”
“Once they [Apollo thought personnel] returned to Earth, the crews went into evident quarantine. First they lived in a mobile siege section on the aircraft conduit that recovered the alighting capsule, then in an aircraft set up for isolation, and finally in a special quarantine section at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. They stayed there for 3 weeks, while NASA doctors achieved tests and watched for any signs of illness that competence prove an visitor infection.”
Perfect. The comprehension and military and medical people at DeLonge’s Academy could prepare up “space-virus” scenarios in a heartbeat. And with a series of press statements, they could representation a hazard comment to the press. They already own a approach tube to the NY Times, which tells you they have an central immature light to pierce forward.
We’re looking at something unusual here. A stone musician, who’s been greatly meddlesome in UFOs for years, starts his own Academy, and he’s instantly surrounded by critical CIA and Pentagon and medical players. They have entrance to the many absolute press outlets.
They’ve already sole a story about military hit with a UFO, and another story about pieces from a UFO that conflict all attempts at analysis. It was a remarkably easy sale. Poof. No problem.
Why not raise up the dwindle on bio-threats from low space? Carefully qualification the language. Peddle that tale, too.
There are lots of payoffs. Raise the open turn of fear. Always a thought when the CIA and the Pentagon are in the game. Stimulate supervision contracts (big money) for new medical research. Use this investigate as a cover for nonetheless some-more (illegal) work on descent bio-warfare programs. Hell, if they’re going to go that far, because not explain the Russians have already removed viruses from space and are building super bio-weapons—and you have the makings of a code new glossy Cold War.
Too furious to be believed? No, not really. When you own the simple narrative, and you have good propagandists at your disposal, the sky’s the limit.
Or in this case, space.
It may be the Final Frontier of exploration, but it’s also the limit of perfect fabrication.
“Are you ready, boys? All right, let’s go. Work it. Work the new virus-from-space scenario. This is a big one. All hands on deck. Sell it. Sell that jive. The New York Times is breathing for more. Give it to them.”
There are rumblings in Congress about resurrecting the Reagan Star Wars devise to build space weapons, which would prevent rivalry nuclear missiles. Why not piggy-back a staggeringly costly program to install “virus detectors” in space, to warning the supervision to “incoming microbes” from Out There—or from supposed Russian “bio-attacks?”
“They’d never be means to sell that idea.”
Really? Given adequate time and propaganda, and given control of the simple narrative, supervision scientists can sell almost anything.
For decades, they’ve been selling the judgment and use of holding babies and toddlers, who possess almost no defence systems of their own, and injecting them with brews of poisonous chemicals and microbes—known as vaccination—in sequence to kindle and furnish shield in those self-existent defence systems.
Back in the mid-1990s, a whole decoction of violence was churned up about the Hot Zone. The topic went this way: Because of the palliate of global travel, all sorts of dangerous viruses, buried for centuries in Africa and the rainforests of South America, were going to come to the West and kill infinite numbers of people, who had grown no healthy shield to them. Books and articles and films about this hazard appeared.
Well, the next good Hot Zone story would be Space.
And To the Stars Academy has the right people on house to promote and dispatch it.
Plus, on the side, DeLonge’s Academy can always use all those medical experts to investigate an visitor ET physique that unexpected pops up in a locker at Area 51.
The author of 3 bomb collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a claimant for a US Congressional chair in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting use for private clients, the purpose of which is the enlargement of personal artistic power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an inquisitive contributor for 30 years, essay articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and artistic energy to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.