Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Europe's Eye in the Sky
Javier Solana introduced his Recommendation 666 into the Western European Union Assembly on June 5, 2000. The three most interesting paragraphs of that recommendation to me were numbers 12, 15, and 18. Paragraph 12 proposed giving him emergency police powers over Europe and the power to “convene the Council of the European Union” in the event of an emergency. That struck yours truly as a potentially easy way to take over Europe. Paragraph 15 referred to something he called CIMIC. I was to learn that acronym stood for CIVILIAN MILITARY COOPERATION. That one sort of reminded me of a World War II German expression, “you will cooperate – you will enjoy.” Paragraph 18 dealt with the Torrejon space center in Spain and its forthcoming role in the scheme of things. It was, per other Solana speeches, “the jewel in the European crown.” Nobody else had anything quite like it.
Well, the jewel in the European crown is being prepared for action. Today there was considerable action. Russia helped. The EU’s Project Galileo validation satellite for was launched from Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket. The full project is projected to be fully operational by 2008. The propaganda video CD the EU sends for the asking indicates it is a full global tracking system.
The program also launched obvious new initiatives in Solana agency doublespeak. They are almost as amusing as Solana’s March 1995 statement about the Spanish-Canadian fishing wars alluded to on my last blog article. Check this paragraph from a prominent newsource:
Galileo’s supporters say they expect the system to more than double existing GPS coverage and will end Europe’s dependency on the Pentagon-controlled GPS system, which had “betrayed” its European subscribers during US strikes on ex-Yugoslavia in the Balkan war, a EU diplomat in Moscow said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Uh, did I read that right? Europe needs replacement on the USA GPS system because it “’betrayed’ its European subscribers during US strikes on ex-Yugoslavia in the Balkan war.” Now, clearly the EU diplomats report to JAVIER SOLANA. And just who ordered the military operations against Yugoslavia in the Balkan war? JAVIER SOLANA! And now who has the power to start and shut down European Space Agency Operations, including but not limited to GMES (Global Monitoring and Environmental Surveillance) operation? JAVIER SOLANA! And who did the EU diplomat in Moscow speaking on condition of anonymity report to? JAVIER SOLANA. That is provided that diplomat speaking on condition of anonymity was not himself JAVIER SOLANA.
Now just in the case the EU game of Now you see us, now you don’t” is back in full swing, here are links where you can check my above bold assertions:
http://www.europeanvoice.com/current/article.asp?id=19907 (subscription) - Article in European Voice
http://www.rr-bb.com/archive/index.php/t-192406.html (November 21, 2005)
I wonder if Solana plans to airlift his old statements ordering the start and cessation of anti-Yugoslavian military activities in 1999? They are starting to become inconvenient to him. But did the truth ever matter? Maybe the mistake was the EU Russian diplomat’s. Maybe not! Well, now you can sleep easier at night. Javier Solana’s surveillance satellites – at least in their test version – are up and running!
Moscow | December 26, 2005 10:35:18 PM IST
Russian President Vladimir Putin today ordered the government to complete the space-based Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) ahead of schedule so that it could be launched for commercial operations at the earliest.
During a cabinet meeting Mr Putin said it had been brought to the government’s notice that the GLONASS system should be designed within a shorter period of time, ahead of the initial plan to finish it by 2008.
''We must commission our own system as soon as possible and get commercial profit,'' he said.
''Already at this point of time, it is necessary to envisage who will use that system and how intensively. Some Russian enterprises and even Russian regions have already signed contracts and are using the global positioning system GPS,'' the President noted.
Under the federal space programme approved by the government, the GLONASS satellite group will be expanded to at least 18 satellites by 2007. Currently, the system includes 14 satellites in orbit.
The main purpose of the GLONASS network is to provide global positioning services for various military and civilian customers.
Earlier this month, during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit, India and Russia signed an agreement in the area of exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes and for joint development, operation and use of the GLONASS.
The agreement provides for the launch of GLONASS satellite using GSLV launch vehicle of India. In turn, Russia will provide access to GLONASS system signals to India.
Russia enlarged its orbital grouping with three spacecraft of the GLONASS by launching a Proton-K carrier rocket with three satellites from the Baikonur space centre in Kazakhstan yesterday.
According to the Russian Space Agency, Roskosmos, the carrier rocket was launched as per the schedule."
MOSCOW, December 27 (Itar-Tass) - Russia has possibilities for fulfilling the president-set task of speeding up the creation of the global navigation system GLONASS, Federal Space Agency chief Anatoly Perminov said.
He told a news conference on Tuesday that 17 “really working” satellites of the GLONASS system were in orbit.
They are complete with two laser reflectors.
The GLONASS grouping is intended for global supply of navigation information and precise time signals. "
The tracking chips they put in cars, cellphones etc., can easily be made mandatory for humans with the stroke of Solana's pen, especially if an 'emergency' happens.
They've been talking up the Bird Flu bigtime for months now. Computer chips are getting smaller all the time and less expensive. You can put Gigabytes of data onto a wafer small card now, which is really incredible. I remember my first computer had a hard drive of 80 megabytes which was considered to be large in 1988.
Question: Will a future "vaccine" contain a tracking chip without our knowledge?
"13From high in the skies GOD looks around,
he sees all Adam's brood.
14From where he sits
he overlooks all us earth-dwellers.
15He has shaped each person in turn;
now he watches everything we do.
16No king succeeds with a big army alone,no warrior wins by brute strength.
17Horsepower is not the answer;
no one gets by on muscle alone.
18Watch this: God's eye is on those who respect him,
the ones who are looking for his love.
19He's ready to come to their rescue in bad times;in lean times he keeps body and soul together.
20We're depending on GOD;
he's everything we need.
21What's more, our hearts brim with joy since we've taken for our own his holy name.
22Love us, GOD, with all you've got--that's what we're depending on."
thought exactly the same,
but forgot it instantly.
You are correct!
Thanks for posting this.
Iranian penetration vies with the Wahhabist drive
In the Penza district, they have taken over the entire Muslim community and wield a powerful influence in local government.
In Tatarstan and the Saratov and Orenburg districts, they are less powerful but still in control of Muslim institutions.
The Ecclesiastical Board of Muslims of Povolzhye located in Saratov is now a branch of the Anglo-Pakistani organization Jamaat at-Tablig, based on the al-Afghani doctrine that advocates strangling Russia with an Islamic belt.
The head of the Buguruslan Muftiate (Orenburg oblast) Ismahil Shangareev was a disciple of Sheik ibn-Bossa, long an arbiter of Saudi religious policy.
In Mordovia, Udmurtia, and Bashkiria the extremists achieved strong positions.
The Volga region has also been targeted by alternative radical Islamic structures, all violently anti-government.
One is led by Ayub Astrakhansky (A. Omarov), who belongs to the same Chechen group as Khattab, Shamil Basayev and Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda.
One of the most dangerous centers of Wahhabite terrorism today is Astrakhan, a mainly Russian city situated at the mouth of the Volga River on the Caspian Sea.
In conclusion, DEBKA-Net-Weekly’s Russian sources are of one mind: the Islamic Project has done nothing to contain the spread of religious extremism in the Volga region. Indeed, its architects are showing their true radical colors. Under cover of the project, underground cells are allowed to proliferate, converging increasingly with the drug trade and local crime gangs. Russians in rundown areas are easily tempted to convert to Islam, unchecked by any counter-force.
A federal official Oleg Klochenok was recently granted a local government subsidy to make a Soviet-style propaganda film Russians in Islam portraying the happiness of converts to Wahhabism in Karelia.
Anti-Semites in the Volga region now use the Arabic term for Jews, the Zionist enemy.
But what most troubles Kremlin watchers in the Bush administration is Vladimir Putin’s choice of a top team with a radical Muslim orientation to handle one of the most sensitive issues confronting Washington today – Iran’s nuclear weapons aspirations.
By promoting Kirienko and his Muslim advisers, the Russian president appears to be telling Washington that his sympathies lie with Tehran rather than with the West. They ask where Putin is going from here.
He too is in possession of credible intelligence reporting a strong Iranian Shiite penetration of the same Volga region as the Saudi Wahhabists.
Either Iran gets their nukes, or they'll be using Russia's.
The orbit of Navstar is 10,900 miles. The system could not work at the low altitude you suggest, as the time differential would be insufficient.
Interestingly, I noted this when checking the details:
One of the most interesting (yet often misunderstood) features of GPS is the enormous range in the accuracy with which it can be utilized. It ranges from 100 m to 1 mm - a total of five orders of magnitude...
As I am not, as they say, a rocket scientist, how does this affect your analysis.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a radio based navigation system that gives three dimensional coverage of the Earth 24 hours a day in any weather conditions. The satellites orbit the Earth every 12 hours at approximately 12,600 miles above the Earth.
At 14,300 miles, the Galileo satellites are in a higher orbit than Navstar. However, any idea of Galileo posing a threat to Navstar is a little far-fetched. The payload requirements for additional jamming gear would be beyond the capacity of the system and, in any case, jamming or other interference requires close proximity and synchronous orbits.
U.S. deploys warfare unit to jam enemy satellites
By Bill Gertz
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
September 22, 2005
The U.S. military is bracing for future attacks in space, and the Air Force has deployed an electronic-warfare unit capable of jamming enemy satellites, the general in charge of space defenses says. (More at link)
Please take care of yourself! I've had pneumonia, which completely wiped me out for awhile, and I am half your age. Christians, nae, humanity cannot afford to lose your valuable and most learned insights.
Child of God&Farmer, your post made for chilling reading,now combine this with Russia's latest move to cut off gas supplies to the Ukraine... The Bear is awakening from hybernation. I wonder if anyone from Defence reads your blog? May I suggest Farmer and Child that you post your comments on every newsight you can, from the BBC to AOL and beyond? Perhaps with enough people reading this information it will generate enough talk so that the "chatter" will spark the media into action?
SENIOR Pentagon officials have warned Brussels that they will not hesitate to blow European Union satellites out of the sky if they are used against America by a hostile power such as China, The Business can reveal.
In an astonishing confrontation at a private conference between the United States and the European Union (EU), European delegates insisted they would not be prepared to turn off or jam signals from their proposed Galileo navigation satellites, even if they were being used in a war against the US. In response, the US delegates replied that they understood this and intended - if faced with such a threat - to take whatever action they felt appropriate.
Earlier this month, the EU announced that China had become a partner in its E3.5bn ($4.4bn, £2.4bn) Galileo satellite system. The state of Pentagon thinking on Galileo is confirmed in a US Air Force doctrine document obtained by The Business, issued on 2 August 2004. In a foreword, Peter Teets, under-secretary of the US Air Force, asks: "What will we do 10 years from now when American lives are put at risk because an adversary chooses to leverage the global positioning system of perhaps the Galileo constellation to attack American forces with precision?"
(more at link)
I must admit you've pushed me into trying to understand things which I never would have thought of tackling.
I understand learning disabilities and spelling errors. I understand there are many different types of intelligence and you may be a self-taught genius. Other than your word we can't verify that. As you probably know, the internet is full of self-proclaimed geniuses who spread lies and falsehoods, scaring people into foolish action.
Posting that we should be afraid of the military potential of Galileo because of experiments you did in your home makes us look very foolish and makes other things we post look untrustworthy. The reason I even took your information as potentially important was because it fit into other information we have gathered on Javier Solana.
Credentials or proof that you understand such terms as
ADVANCED BATTLESPACE INFORMATION SYSTEM (ABIS)
ADVANCED CLOSE AIR SUPPORT SYSTEM (ACASS)
ADVANCED DISCRIMINATING LADAR [Technology] (ADLT)
ADVANCED ELECTRO-OPTICAL SYSTEM (AEOS)
ADVANCED ENCLOSED MAST/SENSOR (AEM/S)
ADVANCED EXTREMELY HIGH FREQUENCY (AEHF)
ADVANCED GUN SYSTEM (AGS)
ADVANCED INTELLIGENT NETWORK (AIN)
ADVANCED JOINT EFFECTIVENESS MODEL (AJEM)
might help though.
A good friend said that I was being too harsh and that Google started in someone's garage. If I've been too harsh, I apologize.
The gap between what the military must know and what civilians are told is pretty broad. You may have helped narrow it no matter what the validity of your information is.
I agree with Anon., on many points, but CoG your passion and enthusiasm is delightful and many of our most revered and greatest scientific minds in history have no real formal training. However, perhaps for your own curiosity you should contact your local polytech or uni and show them your research, most Deans or Heads would welcome an individual such as yourself, and would also do what they can to assist you in obtaining funding to cover the costs of fees.
Thank you for piquing several people's interest in exactly why and what the government(s) are planning to do with all those sats way up there.
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