Space Force 2019
Space is no longer the new frontier, rather a war waiting to happen.
We are all in trouble if they take care of space like they take care of the earth.

Space Command

UPDATES December 2019

2020 NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) Approves “Trump’s” Space Force: Costs of 19 Billion proved


  • Space Command & Space Force ready to launch 2019
  • Budget for Defense
  • The Outer Space Treaty outlaws weapons in space, so what gives?
  • The US withdrew from the (INF) Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia  August 2019
  • How should the U.S. military respond to threats in space?
  • Did Advanced Aerial Threat Identification Programme (Attip) speed up concerns in Space?


According to The Defense Department website , it  has 10 combatant commands, each with a geographic or functional mission that provides command and control of military forces in peace and war. For years the  DOD has been moving into the Space sector, creating weaponry for Space.The public has no idea as to the costs of these military branches or  where the financing comes from. The public doesn’t even have any transparency or any true clarity of the mission.

In December of 2018, VP Pence announced “It is my privilege to announce that today, President Trump will direct the Department of Defense to establish a combatant command that will oversee all of our military activities in space.”

Later in 2019 , VP Pence  announced that the the U.S. Space Command will be launched on  August 29, 2019 and  will immediately assign 87 units under a single combatant commander. Keep in mind that Russia, Germany, China, France, and others have a Space Force or Space Command branch of the military.

Missile Defense
The fifth Advanced Extremely High Frequency communications satellite was launched into orbit Aug. 8 from Cape Canaveral, Florida.The Advanced Extremely High Frequency System is a joint service satellite communications system that provides survivable, global, secure, protected, and jam-resistant communications for high-priority military ground, sea. Primary Function: Near-worldwide, secure, survivable satellite communications.
Primary Contractor: Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company(United Launch Alliance & Air Force Space Command)

What is the difference between a Space Command and a Space Force? The answer is, not much, other than the Defense monetary budget that escalates beyond comprehension and the chosen few  who would be in charge of the program. However, the  following  article spells out just how the government plans to implement the SPACE FORCE. Get caught up here: DEFENSE NEWS

How should the U.S. military respond to threats in space? Again, what threats are they referring to? Alien or domestic?

If you visit SPACECOM, it boasts about launching “the trillion dollar space economy”, with just one of it’s agendas being Returning to the Moon to Stay. So is the US going to publicly set up shop on the moon?

“SPACECOM intends to oversee daily space systems operations and spearhead offensive and defensive space maneuvers as global militaries become more involved in the domain. Air Force Space Command boss Gen. Jay Raymond, who is currently based at Peterson AFB, Colo., will lead the combatant command. “(Airforce Magazine)

“The Air Force has announced six installations as candidate locations for the new U.S. Space Command. According to a May 14 news release, the locations under consideration are: Buckley Air Force Base, CO; Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO; Peterson Air Force Base, CO; Redstone Arsenal, AL; Schriever Air Force Base, CO; and Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA.” (Inside Defense)

U.S. Space Command is slated to employ 617 personnel in 2020, 587 will be transferred from other military space organizations like the National Space Defense Center, Joint Force Space Component Command and the Joint Navigation Warfare Center. There will no new hires.

Cyber attacks on satellites “have the potential to wreak havoc on strategic weapons systems and undermine deterrence by creating uncertainty and confusion.” Forbes


 Weapons in Space?

“We are now approaching a point where ‘Star Wars’ is not just a movie,” said Steve Isakowitz, CEO of The Aerospace Corp.”- (Politico)

As to the idea of weapons in space, according to international Space Treaties,  this is absolutely prohibited. The only need for weapons in space would be to fend off some kind of alien race, right?  Is it possible that a possible modern day Project Blue Beam agenda is being propagandized by governments of the world  in order to legally establish operating weapons in space as defense plan for earth?  Or….could it be that the pentagon is getting  a little “cold war” jumpy since the  US withdrew from the (INF) Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia  August 2019, followed by  a rush job to enact the  Space Command.  Let’s not forget CYBeR wars either.  Note* There is an estimated 14,000 nuclear weapons in the world that we are aware of and no more rules. But I digress.

Check out  OUTER SPACE TREATY (Laws and policies world wide. This includes The Moon Treaty, Mars Treaty, Asteroid Treaties)


Defense Budget: Is it less to do with protecting the public and more to do with money?

Senate Armed Services Committee members unveiled a $750 billion budget plan for fiscal year  2020. Lawmakers  actually called for a significant plus-up of military spending  for 2020.

Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (ATTIP)


Out of nowhere, the government recently declassified some of its UFO investigations conducted mainly by the Navy. In 2007, the defense department had secretly launched a UFO investigation program known as (ATTIP) Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program with the help of Senator Harry Reid.

The head of the program was a 20 year veteran and intelligence officer for the Pentagon by the name of Luis Elizondo who suddenly left the Pentagon in 2017. Not only did he go public that year about the secret program, he exploited the investigations which caused an upheaval in the UFO community. Some UFO experts were unclear as to his agenda, and that has now compromised all  UFO investigations in general . Elizondo claims that  his only agenda was to disclose the findings of the UFO investigations. He felt the public should be aware , but not everyone is buying it.

Before the birth of AATIP, the U.S. Air Force had launched Project Blue Book which investigated more than 12,000 purported Ufo sightings from 1952 to 1969. We all know how that went.

Ground Zero with clyde lewis

Want to blow your mind even further?

Please tune into Ground Zero with host  Clyde Lewis  and listen to the show called ‘DAMOCLES – PER ASPERA AD ASTRA’ – August 20, 2019  Clyde further discusses yet another theory, great food for thought!


Now it’s your turn readers: Do you believe that a Space Force is intended to fight off other worldy beings, or do you think this is about wars in space created by our own governments?

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Roxy Lopez, The Truth Denied



Lopez is an investigative journalist covering subjects such as Geoengineering, aka. “Chemtrails”, Morgellon’s Disease, GMO Foods, Morgellons Disease, Gang Stalking, The Military Industrial Complex, the War on Vaccines, Free Energy, Biology, HAARP, Agenda 21, NWO, ET’s, UFO’s, and the rise of the New World Order.

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