September 15, 2023 | Image source | A recent report on the Maui fires examines evidence regarding directed energy weapons (DEW) via satellites as a possible cause for the devastating fires. As many have reported, the destruction looks like a bomb went off, quite similar to the aftermath of California and Colorado fires, where cars melted, certain homes turned to dust, while other homes, some trees, grass, and shrubs were not impacted.
Though this critical investigation points toward CCP satellites that may have been directly over the target zones at the time of ignition, it’s also important to acknowledge that the U.S. and China are actually partners (as well as competitors) in the deployment of global satellite infrastructure and telecommunications networks within the organizing principle of the United Nations WMO and UN ITU.
It may seem astonishing that the US and China (and Russia and Ukraine) are global partners in satellite system management. However, this fact underscores that all roads to world governance lead back to the UN and Agenda 21/2030/2050, reaffirming the urgent need for the USA to Exit and Defund the UN.
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Prioritizing the defense of USA airspace and borders is an absolute imperative in addition to strict regulatory control and prohibition of foreign satellites or space weapons above us.
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Current and Future Global Change Coordination
The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) is a federal program mandated by Congress to coordinate federal research and investments; USGCRP facilitates collaboration and cooperation across its 13 federal member agencies.