Now, this is a really weird one folks, because one might read it as being due merely to a fluke of translation, or one might read it as a deliberate "slip" on the part of whoever translated this from Chinese to English. But in either case, the story is rather significant:

Japan, U.S. agree to monitor ships from space

Now, let's take the more obvious interpretation first, namely, that the translation is simply poor, and that all the USA and Japan are agreeing to do is pool their satellite space-debris monitoring resources to monitor "space debris." We're told that this agreement is being done, in part, to "strengthen the bi-lateral alliance," an alliance that, you'll recall, appeared to be heading to the dumpster in the wake of the Japanese elections in 2009, until, of course, then US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates issued a "warning" to Japan that was little short of a threat, and until the Fukushima quake, when there appeared to be sudden reversals of policy by the new Japanese government.  All that of course is background, and in that context, the "poor translation" interpretation makes sense.

I suspect, therefore, that if this context be true, that the real intention of the agreement is to make Japanese spy satellite intelligence - on, say, Communist China and North Korea - available to the USA, and that space debris is a nice convenient cover.

But there is that "second interpretation" that hovers over the words "Japan and the United States on Monday held their first meeting of the Comprehensive Dialogue on Space and agreed to cooperate in monitoring ships from space, local media report." The phrase "ships from space" is just barely ambiguous enough to tolerate the meaning "terrestrial space capsules", but it is also ambiguous enough to mean "ships from elsewhere" and indeed, most speakers of English would take it in this last sense, as an oblique reference to...

... UFOs.

It is interesting to me that the article mentions a national security aspect of this story by specifically mentioning the American National Security Council. Now, indeed, space debris would be a national security issue, but not one normally within the "mission brief" at the rarefied level of the President's National Security Council.  At that level the context suggests that, indeed, "ships from space" might be within the secret agreement to share intelligence data with each other.

Another way of saying that, folks, is to say that UFO secrecy has become part of the USA's negotiation strategy and policy with its allies, and that UFO secrecy, at least as far as those alliances are concerned, won't be ending any time soon. This story is therefore one to watch folks.

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos toledo on March 22, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    It is interesting that this story story was filed by the correspondent from Mainland China newspaper from Tokyo. USA spying from space as usual frocing the Japanese to help do the job. UFO from where by the way up there or down here.

  2. heapoftrouble on March 22, 2013 at 10:27 am

    Aren’t most satellites pointing back at earth to bounce signals( line of sight ) back down. So to monitor wouldn’t they have a limited range? maybe inner earth orbit. Not sure maybe some can elaborate.

  3. heapoftrouble on March 22, 2013 at 10:26 am

    Aren’t most satellites pointing back at earth to bounce signals( line of sight ) back down. So to monitor wouldn’t the have a limited range? maybe inner earth orbit. Not sure maybe some can elaborate.

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 22, 2013 at 9:39 am

    Let’s just get rid of the parasites, that led us into this mess, and get Ship Earth…
    ‘Flying-High’ with everybody on-board, to get her back into the ‘web of life’ systems of supporting a living Earth.
    At present, the parasitic few, are leading us on a road …to destruction.

  5. Frankie Calcutta on March 22, 2013 at 6:27 am

    The recent Hollywood movie Battleship is about a US- Japanese naval alliance to fight extraterrestrials. It was released in Japan first. It was considered the sequel to Battle for LA, another alien invasion movie, which was released the day of the Fukishima attack.

    • paul de gagne on March 24, 2013 at 3:23 am

      I watched the movie battleship on TV but I could only sit/bear through the first 1/3 of the show, got disgusted and shut the TV off. I think I sat through the Battle for LA for I like seeing LA get it, ha, ha! Although, in a small way, I still like that Pit called the City of Lost Angels. (at least its more a fun or interesting place than some other boring ‘PITS’ I once visited and worked in—like Houston or Fort Worth for example?)

      It seems one cant watch any of the more recent Sci-Fi movie creations without somebody, somewhere whipping out swat-like teams and big guns! (the Freudian implication is obvious and also nauseating after so many ‘whip-outs’ but that’s he-man HERO-WO(a)Rship shit for ya! (The Militarization of Space?)

      The repetition gets really sickening to those who don’t have a preferential love of guns. [( I once could take-apart and reassemble an M-14 in about 30 sec (I forget exactly how long but it was fast). I just wanted to show I am not a gun hater.)] Just a person who likes good science fiction movies? Especially those ‘campy’ fifties’ sci-fi flicks that are so dumb they are marvelous! They do show themes that apparently came about in the future.)

      I remember one movie-type I liked the best but cant recall its name? It had alien creatures from outer space that looked a lot like a “brain and even had a couple of feet of tail or a spinal cord! It was ‘our nervous system’ on display — Hollywood style! (I imagine mental illness is indeed sic —“like some freaking alien’ inside of us or like the cruder, more obvious future version of this movie. (I hated the (Alien) movie. Just violence masked as theater!)

      These bug-a-roos called space creatures were slowly moving, like Boris Karloff —crawling towards you the viewer out to ‘GET US ALL!” (I love the paranoid stuff the most, ha, ha!)

      Farrell often mentions the concept of ‘Perception Management’ or Psycho-Ops and I cant help but think of ‘The Skorzeny” Connection?” I wonder if there really is a connection between Hollywood and Skorzeny even if it is only a ‘theoretical connection’ or brother/sister relationship.

      What is being done to us when we fork over 10bucks to see a show? (I don’t know though, I don’t go..? I don’t like paying for my own INDOCTRINATION as that ‘lefty’ Parenti harps about — first, INVENTING REALITY ON A SCREEN, then….!)

      I cant follow all the ins and outs of battles like the two recent posts in here. Somehow I usually begin to doubt the direct cause and effect (causality) of battlefields or how Hitler lost the war but I sure can see through some of this strange psy-ops stuff. ( maybe I only ‘think’ I do?)

      When or if people start BOWING DOWN to UFOs then I will be really paranoid! (maybe by that time I might be one of them people who are so sick of how things are run on this planet that I might even be persuaded to come to believe these, sic —so called aliens can really make a better go at it?)

      Not while I still have some ‘mind’ left in me but then again one has to come to the realization (like the hero in 1984 who finally ‘Loved Big Brother before the bullet was planted in his brain?) That, that, just maybe the transhumanists will find a way to ‘bypass’ our Free-Will and get this — GET US, just like those aliens in the campy flick!

      I like to predict (but I wont for even the best sounding predictions, expert or otherwise) end up being bullshit. Maybe its an Unconscious wish of mine to see UFO religion in the making rivaling sad, sad Christianity?

      I like all this ‘high-octane-speculating!” I call it theoreticizing but don’t mistake it for Science. It’s Alfred Jarey’s kind of theorizing == PATAPHYSICS! (or the science of exceptions)

      Have a good day you all and watch what you Eat for it might have a (GMO)Alien-device in it, ha, ha!

      • marcos toledo on March 24, 2013 at 12:37 pm

        The movie I think you refering to is Brain From Planet Ardus

        • paul de gagne on March 24, 2013 at 1:26 pm

          Thanks Marcos,

          Speaking about ‘brains” mine is going a bit on overtime today. I finally got a good night’s sleep for my mattresses were shipped the same day. I think I will go take a nice well deserved nap. Some of the best things in life are free or almost free. I like this idea of a natural high but still — we have to come down sometime?

          Ardus— what a funny name. I wonder what it signifies. I’ll go sleep on it. See if our Collective Minds or dreams have anything to say. It probably says, Big Deal, ha, ha!

          Take care Marcos.

  6. CRISTIAN on March 22, 2013 at 5:13 am


    • Yaj on March 22, 2013 at 5:36 am

      Say you wanted to kill half of the earth’s population with an asteroid, that’s possible providing one could control an asteroid/meteor, (SG1 here), the problem is that one can’t choose ahead of time which half of the earth’s population gets killed.

      Then scarcity is mostly a myth invented to justify the wealth of some the poverty of others, and a totally unnecessary level of control, it’s not so much that materials never run out or forests are never over logged; it’s that it’s usually cheaper in the short run to keep doing the wasteful thing instead of allowing the invention of a replacement, a replacement that is much less wasteful and much less toxic.

    • Frankie Calcutta on March 22, 2013 at 6:36 am

      If you wanted to reduce the human population drastically, why not release a virus which turns people into killer zombies? It would be very efficient as it would accelerate decomposition and also facilitate clean up as the zombies would be eating each other. It would also be a good way to move large portions of the population as the zombies would always be on the move looking for fresh food. Thus, they could be directed out of those areas the elite want to live and sent looking for fresh meat in other less desirable areas where nukes could be dropped on them.

      • Yaj on March 22, 2013 at 7:48 am

        The point is such direction rarely works the way it’s intended.

        Also asteroids exist, controllable killer zombies on the other hand…

    • bdw000 on March 22, 2013 at 11:15 am

      I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again:

      There are people (governments and others) on this planet who have the ability to kill huge amounts of people. For instance, if the US government wanted (notice, I said “if”) to kill all the people in France (or Africa, or Norway, or South America), I’m guessing it could be done within the space of one year (or maybe even much less).

      If “they’ (whoever “they” are) wanted to kill half the world’s population (or all of it, for that matter), it would have happened long ago. “They have the technology.”

      But what is the REALITY? Population keeps going up, and up, and up, and up . . .. just about everywhere on the planet.

      I say that increasing the human population is the GOAL of whoever or whatever controls this planet. If “they” wanted us gone, we’d already be gone.

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