by Michael E. Salla, PhD
from Exopolitics Website
Seymour Hersh has recently written an article that gives a chilling account of the Bush administration’s efforts to get the Pentagon to go along with its war plans for Iraq. The article contends that Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld are leading a Bush administration effort to pressure a reluctant Pentagon to go along with their Iran policy which involves the preemptive use of tactical nuclear weapons.
According to one of Hersh’s sources the Defense Science Board is "telling the Pentagon that we can build the B61 [tactical nuclear weapon] with more blast and less radiation," he said. Hersh’s describes that the chairman of the Defense Science Board, William Schneider, Jr., "served on an ad-hoc panel on nuclear forces sponsored by the National Institute for Public Policy."
According to Hersh, the panel’s report recommended treating tactical nuclear weapons as an essential part of the U.S. arsenal and noted their suitability,
Several signers of the report are now prominent members of the Bush Administration, including Stephen Hadley, the national-security adviser; Stephen Cambone, the Under-Secretary of Defense for Intelligence; and Robert Joseph, the Under-Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security.
This has been used by Cheney and
Rumsfeld to argue that tactical
nuclear weapons are necessary.
The Bush administration likely plans to advertise the June test as
a new ’conventional’ weapon, that generates a mushroom cloud while
destroying underground facilities. Consequently, preemptive nuclear
strike against Iran’s underground facilities could be marketed to a
skeptical American and global public as a series of ’new’
conventional weapons being used rather than tactical nuclear
weapons. The Bush administration could argue that the mushroom
clouds generated by the new conventional ’bunker busting’ weapons
are not due to them being nuclear weapons, and any radioactive
fallout was ’proof’ that the bunker busting bomb had in fact
destroyed a nuclear facility.
Hence the frequency of UFO
crashes around nuclear tests which he discusses in terms of 74
alleged UFO crashes documented in Ryan Wood’s book,
Majic Eyes Only
(2006). In his book, The Science of Extraterrestrials, published in
France and soon to be published in the US (for details see:
http://www.exopoliticsinstitute.org/EricJulien.htm), he argues that an "atomic explosion is a foray into the
space-time continuum that they occupy!" This suggests that use of
nuclear weapons threaten the civilizations of extraterrestrials
whose space-time density is close to our own.
If Julien is correct with his analysis of the threat posed by nuclear weapons to extraterrestrial civilizations, what does this suggest about the means used by extraterrestrial civilizations to respond to a possible threat posed by humanity?
Presumably extraterrestrials would give warnings through their
communications with individuals and government officials in their
various interactions. If these warnings went unheeded then
extraterrestrials would be forced to take a range of defensive
measures based on their influence over policy makers and key
institutions. Such measures could culminate in a coordinated number
of extraterrestrial responses to prevent the Bush administration
launching a preemptive nuclear war. Presumably, such responses could
seriously undermine human sovereignty and freedom.
As to the ultimate loyalty and agenda of Cheney and Rumsfeld who are the principle architects of this preemptive nuclear policy, I believe it highly likely that they are assets of forces whose agendas are antithetical to human freedom and sovereignty. I think the time has come for Cheney and Rumsfeld to be immediately removed from their respective political offices by public officials who understand the true dangers posed by a preemptive nuclear war in Iran and how this threatens extraterrestrial civilizations.
between world peace and extraterrestrial civilizations becomes
clearer as we appreciate the true nature of the relationship between
extraterrestrials and nuclear weapons