Friday, June 10, 2016

The Secret Space Program (audio)

Pfc. Sandoval, Pat Macpherson, Wisdom Quarterly; Coast to Coast, 6-9-16; Darren Perks
(Coast to Coast, 6-9-16) Secret Space Program and Lost Treasures (Forbidden Archeology)

Solar Warden: The Secret Space Program
Darren Perks (, 9-10-12)
Since approximately 1980, a secret space fleet code named "Solar Warden" has been in operation unknown to the American public. Is this nonsense, conspiracy, or so sensitive that it [would] cause an uproar around the world?
These are my own words after conducting research into the secret program. While conducting an FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request with the DoD (Department of War) in 2010, I had a very unexpected response by email from them, which read:

“About an hour ago I spoke to a NASA rep who confirmed this was their program and that it was terminated by the President. He also informed me that it was not a joint program with the DoD. The NASA rep informed me that you should be directed to the Johnson Space Center FOIA Manager. I have r[u]n your request through one of our space-related directorates and I’m waiting on one other division with the Command to respond back to me. I will contact you once I have a response from the other division. Did NASA refer you to us?”
The program not only operates classified under the US government but also under the United Nations' authority. So you might be asking, How do I know this information?

...[We] have succeeded by leaked information or simply asking questions and have government departments slip up and give away information freely, just like what happened when [Darren Perks asked the DoD].

One notable contributor is Gary Mckinnon. When he hacked into U.S. Space Command computers several years ago, he learned of the existence of “non-terrestrial officers” and “fleet-to-fleet transfers” and a secret program called “Solar Warden.”

He was then charged by the Bush Justice Department with having committed “the biggest military computer hack of all time” and faced prison time of up to 70 years after extradition from UK. But trying earnest Gary McKinnon in open court would involve his testifying [for all to hear, so his extradition has gone nowhere]. More

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