By Clyde Lewis, Ground Zero Media
There has been a buzz all over the internet, and I have been receiving e-mails about a commercial that is being run on cable that is a recruitment tool to get young people to sign up for something called the Earth Space Defense Force.
This is a multicultural, multinational force that will be defending the world against aliens in the new movie Independence Day: Resurgence in theaters June 24th.
The Army’s latest recruiting effort dips into a parallel universe, attempting to engage young sci-fi fans who may not be aware of the military’s high-tech positions they will have to fill for a future war in space with familiar enemies and some not so familiar or even imagined.
In the new movie the forces of a United Earth prepare for the return of aliens that laid waste to much of the planet in what is being called the war of 96.
This is most definitely a recruiting tool being used by The United States Army featuring the proud father of an ESD soldier. The father in the commercial says over soft music that is daughter is fighting and he fought in the war in 96, a veteran of the first alien encounter. The man is proud to say that the “planet is safer because she’s defending it.”
No sooner after the commercial aired, several conspiracy theory websites and you tube videos went up to proclaim that they are calling out the fake PSA as not only a recruitment tool, but a tool for predictive programming, acclimating us for an alien invasion or another terrorist attack.
The truth may be seen as vindication by the conspiracy theorists The Military is using it to recruit young people into a new space defense program because we have neglected to address the issue of high tech space war that will be inevitable spoon.
In 1974, Dr. Carol Rosin was at one time Werner Von Braun’s assistant was warned by Von Braun about a series of events that would happen in the near future.
Dr. Rosin appeared on Ground Zero years ago and warned us about the weaponization of space and to speak about her professional relationship with the ex-Nazi scientist.
Von Braun confided to Rosin about the external threats that would face the United States. Rosin said that Von Braun told her :
“They’re inventing enemies, against whom they are going to build this space-based weapon system—the first of whom were the Russians which were existing at that time. Then there would be terrorists, and then there would be third world countries, now we call them rogue nations or nations of concern. Then there would be asteroids. And then he would repeat to me over and over and the last card, the last, the last card would be the extraterrestrial threat’…you will find that there is going to be a spin to find some enemy against whom we have to build space based weapons and now we should expect the spin.” ~Dr. Carol Rosin
Theorists use this to indicate that the government is planning an alien threat and that they are using this Earth Space Defense commercial and Carol Rosin’s statements as proof that a fake alien threat will be staged and that we will fight a fictitious enemy.
However, the plan is that we will be fighting real enemies in space and the idea of fighting aliens is not being ruled out.
The Chinese have not tried to hide their ambition to become the world’s only superpower. They have set a course they believe will occult the power of their primary adversaries, the Russian Federation and the United States of America. A significant part of their game plan involves mastery and domination of space: both near Earth orbit and the Moon.
The newest information, released in the form of a warning from the DIA, outlines China’s emerging capabilities in the areas of cyber warfare and anti-satellite offensive weaponry.
While China touts its space program as non-military, the DIA and other intelligence networks scoff at the claim, countering China’s civilian posturing with its space program.
China ascends into the cosmos while America descends into secret ground war plan with Russia.
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However, it is becoming vital that the President and whoever occupies the White house after him prepare for a conflict with either Russia or China on land, sea and outer space.
In early April, a battalion of senior military officials appeared before a Senate panel and testified that the US Army is “outranged and outgunned,” particularly in any future conflict with China or Russia. Arguing for a much bigger budget for the Army, they claimed that, absent a substantial increase in funding, the Russians would overtake us and, even scarier, the army of the future will be too small to guarantee security to the United States.
The concept of an Army of the future with advanced robots, autonomous drones, soldiers trained for all terrains is secretly a reality that we are slowly becoming acclimated to.
Budgets for the Military will have to be distributed for hybrid warfare and programs that would be utilizing enhanced soldiers that are meant to serve in what can be called an “Earth Space Defense” program designed to fend off extraterrestrial threats of all kinds like satellite attacks, cyber attacks, kinetic bombardment and eventually possible alien intrusion.
Once again the United States has not openly addressed future issues that face us as a nation. The politics of the day are mired in old talking points that are stunting our growth as a nation.
Meanwhile, we are falling behind in our ability to defend our country. In the meantime, Russia and China have rekindled the space race and with it, the upper hand in world domination.
The Chinese have created a step-by-step blueprint to achieve domination of near Earth orbit and construct their own ambitious space station. Although advertised as a civilian project, the space station will be built and manned by military astronauts.
Following the orbiting station, the Chinese will mount an aggressive manned lunar program with the intention of gaining a permanent foothold on the Moon and establishing one or more military bases there.
China’s successfully tested a direct ascent anti-satellite weapon (ASAT) missile and is developing jammers and directed-energy weapons for ASAT missions. China’s ability to track and identify satellites is enhanced by technologies from China’s manned and lunar programs as well as technologies and methods developed to detect and track space debris.
China is definitely testing its near Earth space warfare abilities. Evidence has emerged that China may have attacked a U.S. satellite through cyber warfare. The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission issued their report with specific evidence that China may have interfered with the Terra EOS AM-1 Earth observation satellite twice.
Although not publicly expressing their growing concern over China’s accelerated space presence, the Russian Federation is worried about China becoming the dominant power in space. Moscow has also admitted nervousness over the idea that the Chinese may reach the Moon before Russian cosmonauts and establish a military presence.
Theoretically, a military base on the Moon—the ultimate military high ground—could checkmate both Russia’s and America’s earthbound military forces and swing the balance of power wildly towards China’s favor.
Both Russia and America know that the Moon is China’s ultimate goal and why the nation of the rising dragon desires it.
Russia is also aware that China’s new Beidou global positioning system satellites can be easily utilized for military purposes such as tracking ships and enabling highly accurate targeting capabilities of enemy assets during any future war.
Like the Russians, the Pentagon too has expressed deep concern as the Chinese military could use the Beidou GPS system to track and target America’s naval fleet, including U.S. super carriers. During late 2010 China began deploying its Dong Feng 21D cruise missiles designed to take out carriers.
During the Cold War, a Soviet satellite was rumored to have mounted a cannon for potential use. In another example of science fiction crossing with science reality, astronomers at UC Irvine are exploring the mounting of a laser onto the new telescope to be put on the International Space Station in 2017.
The alleged idea here is to use the laser to destroy any space junk that threatens to damage the space station. But, of course, a directed energy weapon that can fire with the equivalent power of a blowtorch can also be used on targets other than just junk.
Like satellites, space carriers, and space out posts. It sounds like we something out of science fiction – but it isn’t .
The outcome is that while space is supposed to be a domain that excludes conflict, the leading space powers expect that if there is a flight over some place such as the reef in the South China Sea, the battles would quickly extend to space.
John Hyten, the commander of Air Force Space Command believes that the United States must prepare for battles high above Earth whether it likes it or not.
The irony is that if a conflict in space ever broke out, the weapons and technologies would be 21st century in nature, but the result would be, taking the battle back on Earth to the “pre-electronic age.”
This is because our drones, our missiles and even our ground units — which all rely on satellites — wouldn’t be able to operate the way we planned.
It would force a rewrite of all our assumptions of 21st century, high-tech war – would become low tech, and all of the systems that rely on high tech could all be rendered useless with an EMP or a satellite sweep assault in space.
The Russians are beating us at anti-satellite technology. They are no longer dealing with expensive and vulnerable battle stations in orbit, the Russians now have converted ballistic missiles placed in well protected silos capable of sending “Satellite Killers” into space at a moment’s notice.
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Three times in the past two years Russia has proposed joint missions with NASA. One for a large expansion of the existing space station, another for lunar exploration, and the boldest: a plan to build gigantic nuclear-powered spacecraft in orbit that could regularly shuttle to the Moon and open up Mars for colonization. The Russian space agency, Roscosmos, even took the extraordinary step of meeting with NASA officials in a bid to sell their idea.
But the daring plan was dead on arrival. Although the Russian delegation was warmly received by NASA officials, the present administration has little vision for lunar and Martian colonies and seems to have turned a deaf ear towards the warnings coming from the Pentagon and intelligence community about China is beefing its Space defense and that id there is no accord with Russia we are doomed in space.
It also appears that there is no room for this issue to be discussed by the politicians that wish to be our President during the time when it appears that the future of warfare will be played out in the heavens.
Frustrated, Russia has turned to the European Space Agency and India with a watered down version of their original plan.
The recruitment commercial used by the Army, where they hide behind fictitious alien wars in 1996, may prove the points I made the other day on the topic of “Transportation Theory” where individuals are absorbed into a story or transported into a narrative and they may accept themes of the story as reality and apply them to their real-world beliefs.
There wasn’t an alien war of 1996, but there appeared to be an alien arrival in 1997 with the advent of the Phoenix Lights incident, the Hale Bopp comet and the alleged UFO in its tail and the subsequent suicides of the Heaven’s Gate cult. The War of 1996, namely the alien war in the movie “Independence Day” also had an uncanny resemblance to the destruction of the World Trade Center in New York City.
Memes were planted with that film and the public psyche was already programmed with images of buildings being flattened and blown up. On September 11th, 2001 Ron Insana of MSNBC was in studio covered in the dust of the twin towers. Insana saw the first tower come down as he was meeting with Wall Street executives to file a report. As the buildings came down he described the event as being just like a scene in the movie Independence Day.
What he inadvertently did was create a relationship with a fictional alien invasion with that of an attack on the United States. The words created a picture in some people and I am sure the meme spread. The scenes in the movie subconsciously played out in reality as all good predictive programming does.
The scenes of people stepping out of their cars to see the huge ships are as uncannily similar to people in home videos staring at the burning towers.
In the film the buildings were leveled to the ground from the top down. We saw the same scenario play out on September the 11th, 2001 as the Twin Towers and building 7 fell top downward.
In the so-called War of 96, the aliens attacked us for who we are as humans, as did the terrorists attacked us just for being Americans. The scenes of people running away in the film Independence Day are also present in the 9/11 record. As the fictional president asked the world to unite against the alien attacks, George W. Bush asked the world to unite because of our terrorist attacks. Both used a Bullhorn to rally patriotism.
As odd as it may seem and as weird as the connection may look, the attacks of September 11th created not only a discussion about terrorism, it actually spawned a new concern about threats from outer space. According to a report that was submitted to the entertainment “Business Wire” in 2001, the movie Independence Day saw a surge in rentals after the attacks on the World Trade Center. One week before the attacks Independence Day was listed at number 910 on the home rentals charts. After the attacks it surged to 310. That is a 360 per cent increase in rentals after the attacks.
The question is why the growth in revenue? What compelled people after witnessing the destruction of the Manhattan skyline to go back and watch the fictional destruction of the Manhattan skyline?
Was something triggered in our collective unconscious?
Some experts believe that intertextual programming planted a meme in the fertile minds of people and it triggered some sort of cataclysmic memory. Perhaps of some cosmic catastrophe that we have been wired to believe is coming again, perhaps at the hands of alien beings.
Now intertextual programming about Space defense recruitment is setting us up again for a possible terrorist threat, attack from space and of course an extraterrestrial threat.
Just like Werner Von Braun said before he died.
Sometimes films can spark interest in things that we have forgotten. We can see them as art that reflects what has happened in the past. In some cases movies can be seen as predictive programming that can approximate a future out of many possible futures. When reality imitates movie science fiction, the storyline can no longer be a reflection or an imitation of life.
It has shaped the way we live, and how we perceive or reality. Movies have been great prognosticators and have become a blueprint for what is to come in the future. Using
history as its inspiration, movies can give us syntax and a lens through which reality is being fore-structured.
A medium of predictive programming that may become a conditioned gospel for some.