WikiLeaks Document Claims That The Russians Destroyed A Secret U.S. Moon Base
A recently surfaced document posted on the Wikileaks website is casting further doubts on claims by world governments concerning the nature of their space programs.
The document, titled “REPORT THAT UR DESTROYED SECRET US BASE ON MOON”, is an electronic record of an international cable purportedly sent from the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs and shows the name “Samuel L Devine” as the recipient.
The document is tagged with names related to the Soviet military and also contains markings with the name “Sheryl P. Walter”, purportedly an employee at the U.S. Department of State. The document is dated 1979.
If authentic, this would corroborate the whispering going on for some time now inside the UFO community as well as statements made by numerous whistle-blowers that world governments are operating permanent bases on the moon.
Popular YouTube host ‘Joe From The Carolinas’, whose channel can be found here has a pretty neutral take on the document and it’s origins and is worth checking out.
Joe also took it upon himself to do the heavy-lifting for us and submitted an official FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) Request to the U.S. Department Of State concerning the nature of the document and got back a very interesting reply. In their reply, they informed Joe that the nature of his request required complicated research that was outside the bounds of the usual requests they receive, so they were classifying his request as ‘complex’ due to it’s ‘unusual circumstances’. This classification allows the government to extend meeting the deadline requirements set forth by law governing FOIA requests.
Hopefully Joe makes another video when he receives his ‘official’ response.
The fact that this cable suggests that there is a literal war going on between nations in space is disturbing at best…but it makes sense.
Why would we assume that powerful nations like Russia, China, and the U.S. would halt their quest for dominance or ignore their need for security just because they are operating in space?
Indeed, there are no clear lines drawn in space. No national boundaries. No treaties to abide by. No international laws. It’s the perfect environment for a conflict between opposing nations trying to stake their claims.
Space is essentially the wild-wild west and it sounds like things may indeed be getting pretty ‘wild’ up there.