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CHINA WANTS TO LAUNCH 50 SURVEILLANCE SATELLITES IN THE NEXT TWO YEARS

There's yet another development in space affairs that is worth reporting, in the wake of yesterday's blog about the break between NASA and Russia's Roscosmos over America's dissatisfaction with Russia's incursion into the Crimean peninsula. As most of you know by now, I've been maintaining for some time that the BRICSA nations would attempt to development their own mechanisms for international financial clearing that were independent of the US dollar and the West in general, and that recent bilateral agreements between various nations and China to clear in reminbi directly, by-passing the dollar, constitute slow and deliberate steps in this direction. As an adjunct to this attempt, I have also been arguing that this will mean we should watch for indications of the expansion of space-based capabilities from the BRICSA nations.

No sooner said, than done:

China’s plan for global network of surveillance satellites spurred by fruitless search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

There's really two stories in one here. The first is the extreme speed by which China hopes to accomplish blanketing the world in two years(!) with fifty surveillance satellites, and the fact that this is being done ostensibly in response to that nation's frustrations over the disappearance of Malaysia Air flight 370. While various conspiracy theories continue to be advanced in the media about what happened to Flight 370, I continue to be of the opinion that the powers-that-be simply don't know, and that the event has been seized upon as a crisis of opportunity. Indeed, there are those on the internet advancing the idea that US behavior in the matter has been less than exemplary, and that it has used the event to find out about China's satellite surveillance capabilities. There was, of course, the disclosure, and then subsequent curious "retraction" of a picture of "something" in the waters off Vietnam captured by a Chinese satellite.

Thus, the sudden and dramatic nature of this announcement from China has a certain quality of "anxiety" in this author's opinion, as if gaping holes have been exposed, holes that need to be plugged, and quickly. The "worldwide" nature of the coverage they are seeking from such a program suggests that that nation has suspicions about the disappearance of Malaysia Air Flight 370 which it is not voicing... at least, for the moment.

But there is also the possibility that the flight may be being used as a "crisis of opportunity" by that nation as well, as a convenient rationale for a dramatic and quick upgrade of its space surveillance capability. This, I think is probably only the tip of an iceberg, and that surveillance alone is not the only thing that China is conceiving here, the other component being the establishment of a global GPS system and communications system independent of the West. If that's the case, we can expect some "bilateral space agreements" to be made with other interested nations - Brazil for example - to launch and expand space communications platforms independent of US interference.

In other words, China just served notice that the game's afoot.

See you on the flip side.

17 thoughts on “CHINA WANTS TO LAUNCH 50 SURVEILLANCE SATELLITES IN THE NEXT TWO YEARS”

  1. About the missing MH 370, did anyone else pick up on this.

    In November 2013, the Kuala Lumpar War Crimes Commission convicted the State of Israel guilty of genocide of the Palestinian people and convicted former Israeli general Amos Yaron for crimes against humanity and genocide for his involvement in the Sabra and Shatila massacre.

    Planespotters.net located Boeing 777-2H6 (ER) construction No. 28416 (15.7 years old) former Malaysian Airlines Reg 9M-MRI Now owned by GA Telesis (George Soros ?) listed as stored as on 04-11-2013 in Tel Aviv.

    It was still in the current Malaysian Airlines livery.

    http://www.planespotters.net/Production_List/Boeing/777/28416,N105GT-GA-Telesis-php

  2. Here is a Veteran’s Today column that links the INMARSAT private satellite company, the one thanked by Malaysia, to being 28% owned by Harbinger, which bought out Zapata a few years back and changed the name to blur Bush/CIA connections. Now that Zapata is in the mix on the primary satellite company, I think everyone reading this can connect their own dots…but is this a link to the Nazi faction of the rogue CIA that helped with the JFK coup? American Neo-cons? Same thing???????

    Also interesting is Malaysia refuses to list cargo aboard missing plane. I keep feeling there is a connection to those two former Seals who were “suicided” very suspiciously the week before while escorting some kind of secret cargo or other in the Seychelles. Later dot-connectors implied that this cargo was destined for MH-370 (I think my source on that might be Sorcha; if so, my apologies. Still, THAT was a weird bit that made my spidey-senses go up just a few days before the plane went missing…)

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/03/24/flt-370-a-little-bit-of-prestidigitation/

  3. Has China cleared this with the Pentagram yet, or do they dare risk sanctions for launching satellites in space without getting approval from US first?

    Seriously though, I think it is extremely important that China cites MH370 as the reason they are doing this, for the simple reason that in this day and age you cannot really “lose” a humongous Boeing 777; several governments, including the US, know exactly what happpened to it and could and did track it throughout its flight path.

    Note clearly how silent the USG has been about this flight, and it has offered no help whatsoever in “finding” it. I listened to a very enlightening talk by a retired pilot who has been trying to expose the secret fly-it-from-a-distance technology that has been installed on all Boeings since the mid 90s, which essentially make them great big drones. As he put it, the pilots are just window-dressing and their only real job is to make the passengers feel at ease because there are some white-haired guys in uniform in the cockpit, but in truth the planes mostly fly themselves.

    The plane was diverted and landed but this cannot be disclosed because this would let the cat out of the bag and lead to… 9/11 and the amazing flying abilities of the “hijackers”, who couldn’t even pilot a Cessna. As to why it was diverted, there are dozens of theories, but the fact is, it was never “lost.”

    There are numerous solid eyewitness reports from Maldive villagers who said that a huge commercial plane flew low over their island that day, heading south-west (check out on Google maps what major military base sits in that direction in the middle of the Indian Ocean) and they even described the red-and-blue livery, it flew so low. Of course they were stunned, as all they’d ever seen were a seaplane now and again, and the plane screamed overhead so everyone was aware of it.

    So, back to China. They are telegraphing loud-and-clear what they know and that the jig is up and they are deploying counter-measures, asap. Frankly, the West has gone more than rogue at this point, it has gone total idiot. TPTB are so high on their ability to scam everything that they’ve lost any perspective about the damage they are doing and the enemies they are making. It boggles the mind. But there you have it.

  4. Don’t know where China is going to fit them in. In a recent article it says that there are too many satellites in earth orbit, and a lot of them are not operating at all, ie JUNK. So China want’s to get into space for spying, I don’t think so, spying is so un-cool these days and why spend millions spying on somebody from space when you can do the same job with spyware here on earth.

  5. Interesting article: What are the chances they stumbled on this stuff at a trade show?
    http://en.ria.ru/analysis/20140110/186401894/Remnants-of-Soviet-Moonshot-Bid-Revived-for-Space-Launches.html

    “The design, which was never fully duplicated in the West, required new metallurgical techniques to protect engine parts from ultra-hot corrosive gases. With the fall of the Soviet Union, Western companies began sniffing around for advanced Soviet technologies on the cheap. In the early 1990s, California-based aerospace company Aerojet heard about the engines at a Moscow aerospace show and ultimately purchased about 40 of the rocket engines, called the NK-33, for around $1 million apiece. ”

    From their Website
    “The ‘space race’ of the 1960s was a time of extraordinary worldwide passion, and Aerojet began work on several trailblazing projects, including what ultimately became its 50-year support of the TITAN program. At the same time, the company increased its workforce to a staggering 34,000 employees. Aerojet’s contributions to defending freedom advanced with the first test flight of the Minuteman guided nuclear ICBM in 1961… Aerojet’s Orbital Maneuvering System engines helped make space program history in 1981 when Space Shuttle Columbia roared off the launch pad on its maiden voyage. The company’s technology was integral to every Space Shuttle launch from the inception of the program until STS-135 made its historic, final flight in July 2011.”

  6. I’m beginning to wonder if WWIII will be fought in space. You’ve mentioned that the banks are unwilling to say where all their money went, and that someone(s) is demanding their loaned money back. Maybe they are beefing up their UFO arsenal in anticipation of such a scenario. Just wondering.

  7. marcos toledo

    With lost so many top personal in the fields of computer specialist on this flight. The Chinese every right not to be caught off guard again, So why not beef up it’s ability to keep tabs on airplanes and ships to and from China destination. Also with snubbing of Russia and China they will try their building own satellite service free from control and interference from the west.

    1. There a interesting article on the website http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com 04/09/14 about why the US military was interested in MH370. It seems that the cargo might be sensitive military equipment that was hijack by the Talban in Afghanistan while in route to the USA. And was in route to Beijing clandestinely so they could copy this technology. Looks like the US military got wind of this shipment and intercepted and toke control of the plane to recover the equipment.

  8. Robert Barricklow

    Read this a while back and thought – that the satellites could, are, or would be – compromised; that China was already approved by some international board or?) to take over reserve currency/space.

    In other words, if the decks not stacked, the deal isn’t going to be through.

  9. The plane depessurerized from a catastrophic incident, which crippled the electronics, the pilot attempted too lose altitude but lost consciousness due to a lack of oxygen……..

    Where have we seen this before?

    Payne Steward’s private jet…..remember him? The American golfer. The jet lost pressure, they passed out, it ran out of fuel, and glided in and crashed in some farmers field……with a military jet filming it and at the ready to blow it out of the sky if it was going too crash near a populated area.

    There you go……all logic and happened before.

    But wait for some twisters……
    Final transmission
    Play after midnight, the doomsday clock has struck 12

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