John Podesta : Directeur de la campagne d’Hillary Clinton et Ancien Chef de cabinet de la Maison-Blanche
Edgar Mitchell : Astronaute Apollo 14 – 6ieme homme sur la lune – Consultant Énergie point Zéro

Memo wikileaks

Le site Wikileaks a dévoilé ces derniers jours un certains nombres de correspondances (notamment concernant Hillary Clinton)

« Chère John. Alors que la guerre dans l’espace est proche, j’ai voulu te prévenir par rapport à certains faits avant notre conversation sur Skype. Souviens-toi que des extraterrestres non-hostiles provenant de l’univers voisin sont prêts à nous aider avec des technologies de l’énergie du point zéro sur Terre. Ils ne supporteront aucune action de guerre ni sur Terre, ni dans l’espace, » lit-on dans la lettre publiée sur le portail de WikiLeaks.

Mitchell communique ensuite quelques liens sur des articles tirés de journaux qui traitent notamment de la mise en place d’armes dans l’espace.

Rappelons que le site WikiLeaks a récemment rendu publique une partie de la correspondance privée du président de la campagne électorale d’Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, ainsi que des extraits d’interventions privées de la candidate démocrate datant entre 2013 et 2014. Début octobre, le fondateur de WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, s’est engagé, lors d’une visioconférence tenue à Berlin, à publier d’ici fin 2016 des « données considérables » sur la campagne présidentielle des États-Unis. Ainsi, WikiLeaks a rendu publiques 2 050 lettres de plus de 50 000 courriers électroniques de John Podesta, dont une partie concerne la Turquie et ses intérêts géopolitiques dans le conflit syrien ainsi que son rôle dans la lutte contre le groupe terroriste État islamique (EI).

Memo wikileaks

Voici le document original :

email for John Podesta c/o Eryn re Space Treaty (attached)
Date: 2015-08-18 10:30
Subject: email for John Podesta c/o Eryn re Space Treaty (attached)

Dear John,

Because the War in Space race is heating up, I felt you should be aware of several factors as you and I schedule our Skype talk.

Remember, our nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth.

They will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space.

The following information in italics was shared with me by my colleague Carol Rosin, who worked closely for several years with Wernher von Braun before his death.

Carol and I have worked on the Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space, attached for your convenience.

NEW GREAT NEWS: Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal proposed cooperation in space technology between Pakistan and China as part of the historic declaration, saying it will take the Pak-China relations to new heights. A consortium of 35 Chinese companies was also formed that will invest in Pakistan: Pakistan and China on Wednesday signed 20 memoranda of understanding (MoU) worth $2 billion…emphasis on sustainability

The Cosmic Consequences of Space Weapons: Why they Must be Banned to Preserve our Future



War in space isn’t considered fantasy anymore

PREPARING FOR WAR IN SPACE (articles below):

Satellite Missiles and International Tensions See US, China and Russia Preparing for War in Space

War in Space May Be Closer Than Ever
China, Russia and the U.S. are developing and testing controversial new capabilities to wage war in space despite their denial of such work
By Lee Billings | August 10, 2015

World War Three in SPACE? Fears over rise in anti-satellite weapons created by Russia

A HUGE rise in anti-satellite weapons being developed by world powers has sparked fears the West could soon be embroiled in a fully-fledged war with Russia and China in outer space.

War in space isn’t considered fantasy anymore

We’re arguably closer than ever to war in space. Most satellites orbiting Earth belong to the U.S., China and Russia. And recent tests of anti-satellite weapons don’t exactly ease the scare factor.

It sounds like science fiction, but the potential for real-life star wars is real enough. It’s just not new.
Fears of battles in space go back to the Cold War and several initiatives, like President Reagan’s « Star Wars » missile-defense system.
Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work spoke to Congress in June about the threat. He said during a speech the technology the U.S. developed during the Cold War allows it « to project more power, more precisely, more swiftly, at less cost. »
Take a moment to think about everything satellites do. GPS, surveillance and communications all depend on them.
And the Scientific American notes you can disable satellites without missiles. Simply spray-painting lenses or breaking antennas is enough.
President Obama requested $5 billion for space defense in the 2016 fiscal budget.
And a former Air Force officer told the Scientific American most of the United States’ capabilities in space have been declassified to send a clear message: There are no rules for war in space.

Best regards,

Edgar D. Mitchell, ScD
Apollo 14 astronaut
6th man to walk on the Moon
Zero Point Energy Consultant