Lockheed Martin is a military contractor that manufactures advanced aircraft and propulsion systems. They’re known for building some of the most advanced technologies known to man, and for years, all of the engineering, science, and technology, for the most part, has been locked up in Black Budget programs that have absolutely no oversight from Congress. This is according to a 1997 U.S Senate report. This means that nobody, not even those who have ‘high level’ positions within the military, political, and intelligence communities, knows exactly what’s going on.
Many of these programs are completely unacknowledged, and the United States has had a history of government agencies existing in secret for years. While the National Security Agency (NSA) was founded in 1952, its existence was hidden until the mid 1960s. Even more secretive is the National Reconnaissance Office, which was founded in 1960 but remained completely secret for 30 years, along with all of the technology it was using.
You can read a more in-depth article on the Black Budget here.
The same type of secrecy surrounds our space program, and what’s now known as The Secret Space program. Who knows what’s really going on up there.
“It is ironic that the U.S. would begin a devastating war, allegedly in search of weapons of mass destruction, when the most worrisome developments in this field are occurring in your own backyard. It is ironic that the U.S. should be fighting monstrously expensive wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, allegedly to bring democracy to those countries, when it itself can no longer claim to be called a democracy, when trillions, and I mean thousands of billions of dollars have been spent on projects about which both the Congress and the Commander in Chief have been kept deliberately in the dark.”
– Former Canadian Defence Minister Paul Hellyer (source)
This is why when Steve Justice, the recently retired Director of Advanced Systems at Lockheed Skunkworks, signed on board with To The Stars Academy, it raised some eyebrows. To The Stars is an initiative to let the public know that Unidentified Flying Objects are real, and they commonly perform maneuvers that defy our known laws of physics. It’s goal, one out of many, is to bring forth these technologies that have been locked up in the black budget world in order to help humanity thrive.
They will be working directly with the U.S. government to release video footage, documents, and more. Now, what does this all mean? What are the intentions? Who is providing these people with information, and who is providing the U.S. government with information? Those are completely different topics, but it would be sensible to exercise caution, as it’s not uncommon for Western governments, corporations, and media to deceive us, to twist stories for their own personal gain. This is also a possibility with regards to the UFO phenomenon.
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So, what did Mr. Justice have to say? Well, a lot of things. One of the first statements he made using the To The Stars platform is that, when it comes to the technologies he’s been around, worked with, and seen, it would be an understatement to call them revolutionary.
He also stated, while discussing the concept for the craft that To The Stars plans to build, the following:
This is a concept for an international point-to-point transportation craft that will erase the current travel limits of distance and time. It mimics the capabilities observed in unidentified aerial phenomenon by employing a driver system that alters space-time metric. We have glimpses of how the physics of this works, but we need to harvest technologies from the Science Division to “realize” the capability.
By making this statement, he is telling the world that Unidentified Flying Objects (which are commonly tracked on military radar) utilize a device that somehow combats the problem of distance and time, making it easy for them to travel what we humans perceive as great and impossible distances in a short period of time.
“There is another way, whether it’s wormholes, or warping space, there’s got to be a way to generate energy so that you can pull it out of the vacuum, and the fact that they’re [extraterrestrials] here shows us that they found a way.” (source) – Jack Kasher, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of Nebraska.
Another representative, Chris Mellon (CIA), commented: “To the Stars represents an opportunity to reach beyond the normal boundaries of Aerospace to create products that we can call them revolutionary and that’s too mild of a word.”
Louis Elizondo, who recently retired from the Pentagon, “ran a sensitive aerospace threat identification program focusing on unidentified aerial technologies” where he learned that, as he mentions in the video below at approximately the 20 minute 50 second mark, “the phenomenon is indeed real.”
You can watch the livestream of all these individuals speaking here.
These are the latest public disclosures dealing with the topic, but for the past few years, hundreds of such people have come forward to speak publicly about the phenomenon.
What makes the comments of Steve Justice so interesting is that one of his predecessors, Ben Rich, has also been rumoured to make the following remark:
We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do it. . . . We now have technology to take ET home. No it won’t take someone’s lifetime to do it. there is an error in the equations.
When Rich was asked how UFO propulsion worked, he said, “Let me ask you. How does ESP work?” The questioner responded with, “All points in time and space are connected?” Rich then said, “That’s how it works!” (This seems to be related to quantum entanglement, which you can read more about here.)
What’s the source for these quotes? There are multiple sources; to access them and read more about Ben Rich, you can read this story we put out on him a couple of years ago.
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As Hollywood director Bryan Singer is being sued by a man who claims that he was sexually assaulted by Singer when he was a minor, another man is coming forward and accusing Singer of forcing him to be a sex slave while promising him a movie role, when he was a teenager.
When Bret Tyler Skopek met Singer at a Halloween party in October 2013, he told Deadline that the director was dressed in a Catholic priest costume. Singer has directed movies such as Superman Returns, Valkyrie and the X-Men series. Skopek claimed that when he met Singer, he was 18 years old, and the director lured him in with talk of a role in the next X-Men movie.
However, that promise was never fulfilled, and Singer is not the only one Skopek is accusing of sexual assault. He claimed that he began receiving text messages from a middle-aged computer technician after the party, who offered to help Skopek, as he was new to Los Angeles.
Skopek described a scene to Deadline in which he came back to the technician’s apartment where other young men began arriving. The men all took the drug Molly, and Skopek said he eventually passed out, and woke up to a man raping him. That same scene played out multiple times and Skopek said he was coached by the technician on “how to curry favor with these powerful men,” and he was told, “There are things that you could do to make them nuts.”
The computer technician then introduced Skopek to Singer in December 2013. He and another teenager were given drugs, and then taken to Singer’s room to have sex with him. The report from Deadline noted that the second teenager corroborated Skopek’s account of the night.
“Bryan offers to take me to breakfast and the X-Men special effects floor where they’re doing all the editing,” Skopek said, claiming he was the only one who was still at Singer’s house the next morning. “We maybe spend almost the whole day together at the studio until I take a Snapchat … Bryan gets mad at me and says he’ll have his assistant drive me home.”
Skopek claimed he then began to have a relationship with Singer, in which the two would go on dinner dates, and he began attending Singer’s sex parties, which involved as many as 10 people some nights.
The attendees were mostly young men like Skopek, who were new to Los Angeles, and hoping to make it in the entertainment industry. “The sad fact is this is how they think they have to live their lives. This is the only way to make it out there,” Skopek said.
“I’ve seen wannabe YouTubers come. I’ve seen actors. I’ve seen singers. I’ve seen people like me that don’t know what they want to do,” Skopek told Deadline. “You come (to LA) with dreams of being whatever. You’re still going to be caught up into this mess.”
Skopek claimed that Singer’s influence was strong, and that he would sometimes “watch a television show, see a hot guy, and ask his friends to contact the actor—as if casting the lead for his next big-budget film production.”
“It was like, ‘Let’s get on a roll. I want this guy in my room,’” Skopek said, noting that there were times when he would catch the director referring to him as “Little Bret” in text messages sent to friends as invitations to come and have sex with Skopek at Singer’s parties.
Skopek said that all of the partying, drugs and sex hindered him from finding his “big break,” and in the spring of 2014, he began to realize that working as a cashier at Tender Greens in West Hollywood would not continue to fund his cost of living.
When he told Singer that he was thinking of leaving Los Angeles, Skopek said the director offered him money, which only increased his dependence on Singer. Skopek eventually chose to leave California, and moved to Texas to live with his father. However, he is not the only one who has accused the director of sexual assault.
Michael F. Egan III filed a lawsuit against Singer in 2014, alleging that the director drugged him, raped him, and forced him to act as a sex slave at multiple parties. Egan claimed the treatment started when was 15 years old, and continued until he was 17.
“I was raped numerous times in that house, by numerous individuals,” Egan said. “You were like a piece of meat to these people.”
Egan later dropped the lawsuit after Singer paid him $10,000—according to Skopek—and after Egan was charged with conspiracy to commit securities and wires fraud and sentenced to two years in prison in 2015.
Cesar Sanchez-Guzman became the latest man to accuse Singer of sexual assault when he filed a complaint in the Superior Court of the State of Washington this week, claiming that Singer raped him when he was 17 years old, on a yacht in 2003.
Sanchez-Guzman claimed he met Singer while attending a party on a yacht owned by Lester Waters, “a wealthy tech investor who frequently hosted parties for young gay males in the Seattle area.”
The assault happened after Singer lured Sanchez-Guzman into a bedroom, on the pretense of giving him a tour of the yacht, and then “forced him into acts of oral and anal sex,” ignoring Sanchez-Guzman’s pleas for Singer to stop.
“Later … Singer approached Cesar and told him that he was a producer in Hollywood and that he could help Cesar get into acting as long as Cesar never said anything about the incident,” according to the complaint. “He then told Cesar that no one would believe him if he ever reported the incident and that he could hire people who are capable of ruining someone’s reputation.”
A set of questions from Senator Ron Wyden — directed at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence — have finally received answers. The answers [PDF] were actually given to the Senate oversight committee in July but have just now been made public.
Zack Whittaker of ZDNet has taken a look at the answers the ODNI provided and found something that indicates the government can not only compel the creation of backdoors, but can do so without explicit approval from the FISA court.
The government made its remarks in July in response to questions posed by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), but they were only made public this weekend.
The implication is that the government can use its legal authority to secretly ask a US-based company for technical assistance, such as building an encryption backdoor into a product, but can petition the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to compel the company if it refuses.
In its answers, the government said it has “not to date” needed to ask the FISC to issue an order to compel a company to backdoor or weaken its encryption.
The government would not say, however, if it’s ever asked a company to add an encryption backdoor.
The way this process works is the agency requesting the backdoor or other compelled assistance runs the request by the FISA court. This process does not ask the FISA court to approve the method used, nor does it provide the court with details on the assistance sought. All the FISC determines is whether or not compelled assistance is necessary.
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The handpicked successor for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing President Trump for appointing one of his political allies to run the agency.
Lawyers for Leandra English – who was appointed acting director by former CFPB Director Richard Cordray – have filed a lawsuit in Washington, DC, federal court that seeks to halt the appointment of Mick Mulvaney, CNN reported.
The attorneys argue that English is entitled to the position under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform law, which states that the deputy director moves into the acting director position once that spot is vacant.
Under those rules, English would serve in her position as acting director until the Senate votes on and confirms a new director.
The CFPB was created in to prevent predatory lending in the wake of the 2007 financial crisis.