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Bruce Gagnon Exposes Space-Based Weapon Plans

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Bruce Gagnon, Coordinator of the Global Network against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space, has a simple message: War is hell on earth, and in the heavens.

In this 26-minute interview with Co-host Daniel Kerbein, Gagnon exposes the U.S. Space Command’s goal of total domination of space – to use it as a base, and deny its use to other nations.

Space-based weapons technology drove the Gulf War of the 1990s- the first Space War- where nearly all the Iraqi military was destroyed via satellite. The new tool in the 10-year Afghanistan war is the unmanned killer drone, controlled by a joystick geek at a U.S. air base.

In the 70s sci-fi movie “2001”, an ape man throws his club into the air and it fades into a space ship – but futuristic weaponry hasn’t advanced us much beyond the dominating motives of our hairy ancestors.

The new orbiting battle array will launch attacks from space platforms. Laser bullets will take out airborne missiles. A Space Plane will swoop down from an orbiting station and bomb countries below, much like a fighter jet.

How will this expensive technical arsenal be financed under a deficit-ridden U.S. budget? Gagnon suggests the funding will come from America's social programs like Social Security, so that our nation can be turned to the purpose of global resource extraction. 21st century tools seize the fuel of last century’s technology: oil.

A U.S. Space Command doc predicts a rise in organized resistance to global domination of resources. Surveillance and drones will save tons of money when putting down rebellions.

Could U.S. citizens, angry over the loss of their safety net, one day be that organized resistance that is to be suppressed? Bruce Gagnon says yes, and the time to act is now – The drones have come home to roost. They are in our skies, right now, courtesy of Homeland Security.

For info: www.space4peace.org