August 19, 2020 By Joseph P. Farrell

Yesterday, you'll recall, I blogged about the fact that the Arecibo radio-telescope in Puerto Rico has been shut down due to a cabling failure and "accident" that looks to me more like an act of sabotage than a cabling failure. In entertaining that speculation, I asked who would do such a thing, and why?

Well, perhaps it is part of a wider pattern, for F.L.M. spotted the following article and passed it along (thank you!), and it leads off with the Arecibo story:

A number of telescopes, government agencies, shut down amid increased asteroid threat

Now, while I am relatively skeptical of this particular news source for reasons I shan't get into here, let's assume its accuracy for the sake of some high octane speculation. There's two takeaway's from this; takeaway number one:

Defying all logic, a number of telescopes and observatories around the world remain closed amid the coronavirus pandemic while the impact risk of near-earth Earthbound objects remains at an all-time high.

Over 100 telescopes have been reported to have been shut down in a move that virtually makes no sense and now one of the world’s largest radio telescopes named the Arecibo Observatory has been rendered inoperable after sustaining damage after cable unexpectedly snapped creating about a 100-foot long gash in the dish itself, furthering fueling the problem.

"Takeway number one", in other words, is that the Arecibo "accident" (if that's what it was) couldn't have come at a worse time, as it occurs during a period of "down time" for several telescopes due to the Fauci-Lieber-Wuhan virus, making it truly the magic virus as it manages to shut down normal observation of space that is not a part of the military observation of space. And this during a period that has seen a subtle emphasis on passing asteroids.

And here's takeaway number two:

In fact, the White House put together and released a plan in the summer of 2018 to prepare for and to mitigate an increased number of near-Earth Earthbound asteroids which pose a threat to the planet and they alerted other countries to their general plan which also involved the formation of international working groups, as reported by Intellihub in a report dated April 7, 2020, titled Active presidential level national near-earth object preparedness strategy and action plan revealed.

At a minimum, the report reveals that world governments are actively preparing for what looks like some type of incoming natural disaster which a U.S. government insider touched upon when she called into The Shepard Ambellas Show on Monday.

A Department of the Interior employee named Becca called into The Shepard Ambellas Showon Monday where she said that the Department of Defense sent out a bulletin which states that the department is preparing for and is expecting to sustain damage to infrastructure due to coming climate change scenarios.

The department insider revealed that DoD internal has designated climate change as a threat to its operations and infrastructure and warned that something may be fast approaching.

In other words, "takeaway number two" is that someone, somewhere, appears to want people to link the "climate change" scenario not to greenhouse gasses or melting polar ice or ozone holes or any of the usual nonsense, but rather, to something sudden and swift... like asteroids.

So why would anyone do this? Firstly, it's important to note that the idea of telescopes being shut down due to the magic virus, is true:

COVID-19 forces Earth's largest telescopes to close More than 100 of Earth's largest telescopes are now closed, and astronomers are worried about the pandemic’s long-term impacts on their field.

So again why would anyone do this? Why shut down large telescopes? Here comes the high octane speculation: if one wanted to drive certain narratives regarding space, and deny independent corroboration of those narratives, one would shut down the means of that independent corroboration leaving, as far as space is concerned, the "eyes" belonging to the world's military. Of course, that a hugely tall order, and some countries' militaries might not play along with the narrative...

...or then again, they might, if they're inclined to want to see a global government emerge, out of necessity and response to some threat.  So much the better if one can keep the news of large asteroids out of the public telescopic eye, so to speak, until it's large enough for everyone to see and panic about, raising the public demand for world leaders to "do something about it."

And all of this puts those strangely uniformly failed cables at Arecibo into a very disturbing context...

See you on the flip side...