Sunday 29 December 2019

Space Force Established

On the 20th of December this year, President Trump signed the papers officially establishing the United States Space Force, amid much publicity. The 2020 National Defense Authorization Act creates a brand new uniformed armed force in the USA. This is the first time that has happened since the National Security Act of 1947. He has appointed a government official to lead the Space Force; Gen. John W "Jay" Raymond will henceforth be known as "Chief of Space Operations" and will be sitting on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was present at the signing ceremony in his dress number ones, the first time that this uniform has been seen in public, although it is worn by a pair of models on this page: You can see that the official badges are not based on any of the humourous memes that I enjoyed in the background links below. The US Congress has just approved a budget for the USSF of forty million US dollars. A website has also gone online with an official dot-mil domain. It gives a description of what the US Space Force is about and there is even a careers page; if any HPANWO readers are job hunting, why not apply? See: The functions and duties of the USSF are as follows: "Provide freedom of operation for the United States in, from, and to space. Provide prompt and sustained space operations. Protect the interests of the United States in space. Deter aggression in, from, and to space. Conduct space operations." Source:

The most interesting clause of that mission statement is the second from last. If it is necessary to deter aggression from space then exactly who are the aggressors expected to be? Obviously this refers to other countries. There are other nations with the equivalent of a space force. Those of China and Russia are particularly advanced and both those states have acted in a hostile manner to the USA in the recent past. However there has been an existing governmental body for dealing with outer space threats from other nations since 1985, the United States Space Command- "USSPACECOM"; in fact there is an even older one dating back to 1956, the North American Aerospace Defence Command- "NORAD". These outfits have kept the American homeland safe against threats from space, in the form of ballistic missiles, for the entire Cold War. Now suddenly that threat has changed somehow. I wonder why, because missiles are really the only dangerous things I can think of that comes from space, whether these are dropped from a satellite or from a suborbital rocket. The US Space Force itself says this: "Space has become essential to our security and prosperity, so much so that we need a branch of our military dedicated to its defence, just like we have branches of the military dedicated to protecting and securing the air, land, and sea. Unfettered access to space is vital to national defence. Space systems are woven into the fabric of our way of life. Space affects almost every part of our daily lives and is fundamental to our economic system. For example, satellites not only power the GPS technology that we use daily, but allow us to surf the web and call our friends, enable first responders to communicate with each other in times of crisis, time-stamp transactions in the world financial market, and even allow us to use credit cards at gas pumps." That's all very well, but if I were in the older service branches I would feel a bit put out: "What's wrong with what we've been doing?" etc. Perhaps the USSF is intended to develop into something beyond that, in which case what will that involve? What else exists in space, that is made by the hand of man, and is a threat to the sovereignty and security of the USA? There aren't many things I can think of, at least things that we know exist through unclassified publications. Or rather is the USSF designed to defend the realm from classified threats, that is the more sophisticated hardware of the secret space programme? In which case, how is the Trump administration going achieve that; by bringing back the Space Shuttle? No, of course not. The USSF will have to be similarly armed as the secret space programme. If that is the case then how can it remain secret, especially as the USSF itself is not classified? Then again, we must pose the question of whether all the threats are going to come from earth, whether conventional rockets or antigravity/free energy technology. Is there a risk of an alien invasion? If the answer is yes, then will it be a real alien invasion? It could be that the incredible change that came about in the way UFO's are portrayed in the media two years ago are a part of that agenda, see here for background: Alternatively the TTSA and AATIP revelations could be a genuine leak from inside the secret government. Dr Michael Salla has written what could prove to be a highly significant article with the brazen title of  Trump signs Space Force Act, Stage Set for Secret Space Programme Disclosure. The reason Salla believes this is because several people involved in the process of the force's founding have made interesting statements, Lt. Gen. Steven L Kwast who was head of US Air Force training, Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett and Alabama congressman Mike Rogers. I agree that these are not the kind of people who could say such things unless it was a serious business, see: Whatever the solutions are to any of these conundrums, it is clear that the USSF is opening the door to a situation where secret information is going to have to be divulged, one way or another, and this might include secret science and the presence of an extraterrestrial civilisation. This could lead to literally Disclosure with a capital D. The flip side will mean fake Disclosure and possibly a fake alien threat leading to the New World Order. Either way, the USSF places this old dilemma on a knife-edge.


Anonymous said...

Yo mate you good thing you i just have to say Maximum Respect you are in the book of ledgend good work that you have done put it there Ben.2020 a toast to you from chris.M.C.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the heads up Ben. Interesting Times✌

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

You're Welcome, Unknown. Very!

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi Anon. Many thanks! Happy New Year.