CNN weighs in on Mattis’s cryptic secret weapons reference regarding North Korea

 

Hmm … now the media are finally catching on … Are we talking about something so overwhelming, so game-changing that North Korea would simply be cowed into submission?

http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/19/politics/us-north-korea-missile-mattis-options/index.html

From the CNN article:

Asked at an off-camera briefing at the Pentagon if there are military options that would not put Seoul at “grave risk?” He answered: “Yes there are, but I will not go into details.”

Mattis would not clarify if the options he was referring to are kinetic- meaning strikes using conventional weapons.

The Pentagon is looking at potential covert cyberattack options. But other non-kinetic options could include a show of force in the air or on land in the region or increasing the US military presence in the area by deploying more ships or troops.

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Mattis hints at above-top-secret weapons for North Korea standoff

Well, this is certainly interesting and intriguing. Did Sec. Mattis learn of some above-top-secret capability? Why would he say “there are” military options now when he didn’t say so before? What types of weaponry could possible prevent North Korea from shelling Seoul? Perhaps an electromagnetic pulse technology?  If so, how might such a weapon be delivered?

Whatever  these weapons are, he is obviously referring to some capability that is not known to the public.

http://www.businessinsider.com/mattis-secret-military-options-for-north-korea-2017-9

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis hinted that the United States still had military options left for dealing with North Korea, but did not elaborate when asked for details Monday … according to Mattis, the Pentagon has a few tricks up its sleeve that wouldn’t involve the decimation of Seoul.

 … When asked, “is there any military option the U.S. can take with North Korea that would not put Seoul at grave risk?” on Monday, Mattis responded, “Yes, there are, but I will not go into details.”

Previously, Mattis said a war with North Korea would “involve the massive shelling of an ally’s capital, which is one of the most densely packed cities on earth,” in reference to Seoul.

 

All this talk of North Korea ‘options’ … does U.S. have secret weapon?!

These cryptic references to potential military options in Korea remind me of Ash Carter’s mysterious allusions to secret weapons and the “military space community … “

So, let me pose the one question all the media are FAILING TO ASK.

Does the Pentagon have secret weapons that might be used in its stalemate with North Korea?

Also, while I’m at it, let me answer said question: Hell yeah, the Pentagon has secret weapons!

Where have you been?!

It’s all in Flying Saucers …

ooh, 3rd offset strategy hinges on super-advanced, secret tech!

Interesting …
Here is my main takeaway:
The strategy applies to the Pentagon broadly, but the U.S. Navy and Air Force have been its primary benefactors. A significant portion of Third Offset developments are apparently so advanced that U.S. military officials only make vague references to them and have yet to put them on public display. The secretive Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO), which answers directly to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, facilitates many of these efforts.

Northrop’s secret ‘space projects’ and mysterious U.S. ‘electricity bomb’ in Syria!

Two major items have surfaced in the news regarding the military industrial complex!

  • Revelations that Northrop Grumman is doing a lot of classified “space projects” …

I’ll bet …

http://cdn.defenseone.com/b/defenseone/interstitial.html?v=7.7.1&rf=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.defenseone.com%2Fbusiness%2F2017%2F07%2Fglobal-business-brief-july-27-2017%2F139778%2F

Northrop executives disclosed that the growth was not just for aircraft. The firm saw a plus up in classified space projects, Northrop CFO Kenneth Bedingfield said on the call … Executives as other firms have told me they’ve seen an uptick in secret space business, particularly as the military looks to better protect its satellites … Meanwhile, Raytheon reported more than $900 million in classified deals in the second quarter of 2017. That includes $555 million in secret work for the Intelligence, Information and Services division; $137 million for Space and Airborne Systems; and $214 million for Missile Systems.

2) And, a report suggesting the U.S. military is using a secret ‘electricity bomb’ in Syria … this is more evidence that the Pentagon has developed various electromagnetic weaponry capable of crippling electronics!

http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/12910/is-the-united-states-firing-off-electricity-bombs-in-syria

The new report emerged on July 7, 2017, when Jenan Moussa, a “roving reporter Arabic Al Aan TV,” an Arabic-language satellite television network with its headquarters in the United Arab Emirates, wrote on Twitter that members of the U.S.-supported Syrian Democratic Forces told her American warplanes sometimes dropped an “electricity bomb.” The SDF fighters added that when the weapon went off, anyone carrying metallic items would “burn.”

 

MUFON presser on secret space program: prepared to be disappointed

https://patch.com/nevada/lasvegas/international-ufo-symposium-visit-las-vegas

What a surprise! They are trotting out the same tired proponents of the ET hypothesis: “Douglas Aircraft insider, William Tomkins – What he learned in the Navy about alien technology and how it’s still secret today; Dr. Michael Salla, The US Navy’s secret space program and its Nordic extraterrestrial alliance.”

Are you kidding us?

The “Nordic ET alliance?” If you want to learn about the Nordic ET alliance, come to the Midwest … everyone’s a blonde.

Hmm, let’s see: what’s the best way to ensure poor media coverage for your presser?

Oh, I got it! Just trot out the same tired proponents of the ET hypothesis. Genius!

And, as a result, which media will be in attendance?

* the ill-prepared, ill-equipped, and largely clueless local broadcast media

*  whatever daily print media still exist in Vegas, and they will invariably assign the travel reporter

* fringe media for consumption by people fully ensconced in the ET hypothesis

Also from this report:

“Why would our Government keep these things secret? There are several possible reasons including the government is unable to reliably control our airspace and knowledge of this would make citizens feel unsafe; UFOs and extraterrestrial visitors are real and they fear knowledge of this would have an adverse effect on our economy, world religions, or result in public panic. Have we successfully reversed engineered alien craft and discovered new principles in science that have led to our own secret space program?”

Or, duh, behind door number three: We did NOT reverse engineer ET tech. In fact, ET never crashed on planet Earth. Instead, the UFOs are based on platforms developed totally by human scientists and engineers. The Pentagon doesn’t want people to know this because it would blow the lid off the biggest military conspiracy since the Manhattan Project and call into question our very system of government.

Get a grip, MUFON. This is pathetic.

Kenneth Arnold’s original flying saucers were probably just ours

 

In my humble opinion, this was not space aliens. Just Uncle Sam testing his new toy – a game-changing field propulsion system, mounted onto a flying wing platform.

It’s very interesting that Arnold never described these objects as saucers. They were either a crescent shape or a half pie plate with a convex rear. So, intriguingly, like a flying wing design.

http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/northwest/flying-saucers-became-a-thing-70-years-ago-saturday-with-sighting-near-mount-rainier/

I seriously doubt the aliens would come to earth in winged aircraft. You don’t need wings in space. What, did they travel trillions of miles from another solar system just to tour the Northwest?

It seems far more plausible that these were developed by the U.S. military industrial complex in some facility on the West Coast, probably Northrop Corp., creator of the famed Flying Wing, which also had its maiden flight around this time period.

Perhaps we are soon going see a similar technology in the mysterious B-21 bomber? Military officials keep saying the B-21 is based on a “very mature” technology, yet it is paradoxically unknown to the public. They also have said the basic platform has already undergone extensive prototyping.

Just something to consider …

 

Is B-21 ‘advanced prototyping’ the basis of Phoenix lights, rural Illinois UFO sightings?

Ooh, there’s been “a lot of advanced prototyping for B-21” …. according to high-ranking pol …

Others have said the technology is “very mature” yet unknown to the public.

Hint, hint … the UFO over rural Illinois in 2000? The Phoenix lights? The Belgium wave? The Hudson Valley? Etc, etc?

In other words, the basic platform has been around for a long time, perhaps?

http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2017/06/23/virginia-congressman-pleased-with-the-progress-on.html

Skibitski also noted that Nothrop “had telegraphed for some time that a lot of advanced prototyping for B-21 had the potential to de-risk the project.”

MoD UFO documents finally released by National Archives

When controversial documents are released on a Friday, that usually means the authorities are hoping the information gets buried by other news.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/3866995/britains-x-files-quietly-released-by-ministry-of-defence-but-theyre-making-it-very-difficult-to-read-them/

Nick Pope says there’s “no smoking gun” for ET visitation in these documents.

But there IS clearly a smoking gun for something else: the terrestrial hypothesis.

In other words, Roswell wasn’t ET, Rendlesham Forest wasn’t ET, the Phoenix lights wasn’t ET. Actually, I think there’s more evidence that the Phoenix lights UFO came from Nevada than from outer space …

Face it, Nick, the ET hypothesis is all but dead. You guys just can’t admit this because your collective bread and butter is grounded in the ET hypothesis. To suggest otherwise would mean finally abandoning a position you have staked your careers on.

At any rate, I think we can all expect the usual crummy media coverage … inane reportage riddled with silly pop-culture references to ‘little green men’ and the like … vapid nonsense that makes absolutely no attempt at serious journalism.