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On August 4, 2023, I published a blog named A New Day, Indeed. I wanted to share with you all that we are, in fact, not alone. I was having dinner the other night, and the discussion of UFOs/UAPs came up. And I was surprised by the reaction of some of my guests. As a result, this topic is still one worthy of debate. So, today, I will do a deeper dive into one of the men who stepped forward and shared his direct knowledge of UFOs with the U.S. Congress. 

David Charles Grusch is a decorated Afghanistan combat veteran and former Air Force intelligence officer who worked in the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). From 2019 to 2021, he was the representative of the NRO to the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. From late 2021 to July 2022, he was the co-lead for UAP analysis at the NGA and its representative to the task force.

In 2023, Grusch retired from the Air Force and went public with his claims that the U.S. government has a secret program to recover and reverse engineer unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs). 

He also claimed that the government has "non-human" spacecraft and their "dead pilots."

Trust

Some of Grusch's claims have been met with skepticism, but others have also given them a measure of credence. On May 17, 2022, the House Oversight Committee's Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs held a hearing 

on unidentified anomalous phenomena known as UAPs (previously UFOs). David testified before the House Oversight Subcommittee about his claims. The subcommittee's chairman, Rep. Chris Jacobs (R-NY), said Grusch's testimony was "credible and disturbing."

We trust You

Consequently, the Pentagon denied Grusch's claims but acknowledged that it is investigating UAPs. In June 2021, the Pentagon released a report that said that UAPs are real and potentially threaten national security. In other words, the Pentagon will need more money to take on this protection. More on this later.

Grusch's claims have reignited public interest in the topic of UAPs. That is to say, in recent years, there has been a growing number of credible reports of UAP sightings by military personnel and civilians. Some people believe that UAPs are extraterrestrial spacecraft, while others think they're secret government technology. What if two things could be true at once?

So, let's look at the information we have thus far. A decorated Afghanistan combat veteran and former Air Force intelligence officer testifies to the U.S. Congress that the military has suppressed technologies and beings from another world for years. As a result, the Pentagon denies Grusch's claims but acknowledges that it is investigating UAPs. Meanwhile, in 2021, the Pentagon released a report that said that UAPs are real and potentially threaten national security.

Three-Fifths 

My first question is, have you seen or read this information in the mainstream media? If not, why? Like my dinner guests last week, talking about little green men has a bit of a stigma attached. Yes, media conditioning creates doubt about anything that does not come with undeniable proof. However, why are religions so strong in the world today? If I remember my history correctly, one of the fundamentals of creating the United States was to avoid religious persecution. 

Most importantly, The First Amendment established a separation of church and state that prohibited the federal government from making any law "respecting an establishment of religion." In most cases, it also prohibits the government from interfering with a person's religious beliefs or practices. For more information on this, please see the play The Book of Mormons.

What about protecting the U.S. from these real UFO threats to our country? In other words, how do you stop the aliens from blowing up the White House? Here is what I know. Wernher Von Braun warned us about the eventual threat that the industrial complex posed to the citizens of America.

Project Paperclip 

In 1974, Carol Rosin was the spokesperson for Dr. Wernher Von Braun (the founding member of NASA) and told a story Von Braun shared with her about how the U.S. military would always have an identified "enemy" until it reached its goal of space weapons. According to Von Braun, the U.S. would develop these space-based weapons, later known as the "Star Wars" program, to protect us from our "enemy" in a 5 stage approach:

  1. A "shield" against the Russians. (The Cold War)
  2. Next, protection from terrorists (9/11)
  3. Defense against 'rogue' or 3rd world countries (Middle East)
  4. Next, safeguard us against rogue asteroids (see Bruce Willis)
  5. Finally, protection from aliens or extraterrestrials (slowly being released now)

According to von Braun, all of these rationales would be lies

That is to say, these space-based weapons would be useless against any nuclear bombs or chemical, viral, bacterial, or biological weapons. To clarify, it will make the industrial complex more money; that's it. 

What are the most prominent companies that make up the industrial complex, you ask? 

Take Off! 

First, the Lockheed Martin Corporation, based in Bethesda, Maryland, is the world's largest defense contractor. Among Lockheed's many claims to fame, it is the world's most significant military aircraft manufacturer and the prime contractor on the largest defense contract ever, the $250 billion Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program in 2001. What do we get for the money? A total of 2,456 F-35s (fighter jets).            

Lickheed's four principal business sectors are:

  • Systems Integration (including data processing subsystems and electronic warfare).
  • Aeronautics (combat and transport aircraft).
  • Space Systems (communication satellites and launch vehicles).
  • Technology Services (management and logistic services).

Moreover, Lockheed Martin's sales revenue in 2022 was $65.984 billion—a 1.58% decrease from its sales in 2021. The company's largest sector by revenue is Aeronautics, which accounted for $27.02 billion of sales in 2022. The company's other major sectors are Rotary and Mission Systems ($16.15 billion), Missiles and Fire Control ($12.28 billion), Space ($6.35 billion), and Information Systems and Global Solutions ($4.18 billion).

Consequently, Lockheed's primary customer is the United States government, specifically the Department of Defense. The sales percentages by customer are:

  • U.S. Department of Defense - 57%
  • NASA & Other Government Agencies - 20%
  • International - 17%
  • Domestic Commercial - 6%

Above all, Lockheed Martin Corporation employs 110,000 people in the United States and abroad.

F-35A

2nd City

Second, Northrop Grumman Corporation, based in Los Angeles, California, is the world's second-largest military contractor after a recent $8 billion purchase of TRW. Although Northrop Grumman is the world's largest shipbuilder and the sole builder of the U.S. Navy's aircraft carriers, it is more famous for being the manufacturer of the most expensive plane ever built, the $1.2 billion B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber. To clarify, that is $1.2B per bomber. How many did they make? Answer 21, so the total dollar amount is $44.1 Billion. 

Northrop's six principal business sections are:

  • Electronic Systems (combat avionics and surveillance) 
  • Information Technology (computer systems)
  • Integrated Systems (air combat, electronic warfare, and battlefield management)  
  • Ship Systems (military and commercial),
  • Newport News (nuclear-powered subs and aircraft carriers)
  • Component Technologies (electronic and optical components)   

In 2022, Northrop Grumman Corporation's total sales were $36.6 billion. As a result, this represents a 3% increase from their sales in 2021. The company's largest sector by revenue is Aerospace Systems, which accounted for $18.3 billion in sales in 2022. The company's other significant sectors are Information Systems and Technology ($10.1 billion), Mission Systems ($6.1 billion), and Space Systems ($2.1 billion).

Northrop's primary customer is the United States government. The sales percentages breakdown is as follows:

  • U.S. Government - 78%
  • Other Customers - 22%

Northrop Grumman Corporation employs 100,000 people in the United States and abroad.

Flying Wing

We're #3! 

Finally, The Boeing Company, now headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the world's third-largest military contractor behind Lockheed and Northrop. Boeing, however, can still boast about being the largest manufacturer of satellites and commercial jetliners in the world, America's largest exporter in terms of sales, and the 78th largest economy in the world. 

Boeing's five primary business units are Commercial Airplanes, Integrated Defense Systems, Boeing Capital Corporation (financial services), Connexion by Boeing (in-flight entertainment), and Air Traffic Management (air traffic control systems). However, 99% of Boeing's revenue comes from the first two units: Commercial Airplanes (60%) and Integrated Defense Systems (39%). The latter includes Military Aircraft and missile Systems (21%) and Space and communications (launch services, missile defense, and space exploration—18%).  

Boeing's total sales in 2022 were $66.6 billion. Consequently, this represents a 6.94% increase from their sales in 2021. The company's largest sector by revenue is Commercial Airplanes, which accounted for $48.1 billion of sales in 2022. The company's other significant sectors are Defense, Space, and Security ($18.5 billion), Global Services ($7.9 billion), and Capital ($1.2 billion).

Here is a breakdown of Boeing's sales by sector in 2022:

  • Commercial Airplanes: $48.1 billion
  • Defense, Space & Security: $18.5 billion
  • Global Services: $7.9 billion
  • Capital: $1.2 billion

Approximately half of Boeing's sales are foreign and half domestic. Boeing has powerful commercial relations with China, which accounts for 10% of Boeing's business.

The Boeing Company employs 150,000 people in the United States and abroad.

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In summary, please follow the money. I just showed you the top three military contractors, and they account for $169.2B in 2022 taxpayer money. Would you want to give up that kind of yearly revenue? I'm not here to debate how our tax dollars are spent, but I am raising your awareness of Pentagon military defense regarding UFOs. According to former President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Werner Von Braun, beware the military-industrial complex. Above all, don't get scared. 


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