PART 1: The World War III conspiracy: How North Korea got NASA/SpaceX missile technology from Eric Schmidt, the Clinton cult, DNC, and Obama.

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Implications reach far beyond current realization. North Korea probably got their Uranium and Nuclear bomb technology from the United States through Iran, courtesy of Obama and Hillary. But where did they get their rocket technology?

I’ll start with Space X which began in 2002 and grew MAGICALLY into the ONLY successful private/commercial low-earth space vehicle delivery company.

This is a corporate history of SpaceX, an American aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company founded by Elon Musk.

In 2001, Musk conceptualized “Mars Oasis.” In early 2002 Musk was seeking staff for the new company and approached rocket engineer Tom Mueller, now SpaceX’s CTO of Propulsion. SpaceX was first headquartered in a 75,000 square feet warehouse in El Segundo, California. Musk decided SpaceX’s first rocket would be named Falcon 1  with first launch to occur November 2003, 15 months after the company started. In January 2005,  SpaceX bought a 10% stake in Surrey Satellite Technology. By March 2006, Musk had invested US$100 million in the company. On August 4, 2008, SpaceX accepted a further $20 million investment from Founders Fund — consisting of Partners Peter Thiel, Luke Nosek, Brian Singerman, Derik Pridmore, Lauren Gross, Bruce Gibney, Sean Parker, Toby Prosky and others. In early 2012, approximately two-thirds of the company were owned by its founder and his 70 million shares were then estimated to be worth $875 million on private markets, which roughly valued SpaceX at $1.3 billion as of February 2012. After the COTS 2+ flight in May 2012, the company private equity valuation nearly doubled to $2.4 billion. [1]

After Obama shut down NASA’s Shuttle program in 2011, their ‘only competition’ was Orbital Sciences and they faded out after too many failures.

Orbital Sciences Corporation was an American company specializing in the design, manufacture and launch of small- and medium- class space and rocket systems for commercial, military and other government customers. It was headquartered in Dulles, Virginia and publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange with the ticker symbol ORB. Orbital’s primary products were satellites and launch vehicles, including low-Earth orbit, geosynchronous-Earth orbit and planetary spacecraft for communications, remote sensing, scientific and defense missions; ground- and air-launched rockets that delivered satellites into orbit; missile defense systems that were used as interceptor and target vehicles; and human-rated space systems for Earth-orbit, lunar and other missions. Orbital also provided satellite subsystems and space-related technical services to government agencies and laboratories. [2]

Both SpaceX and Orbital Sciences built their rockets from scratch, NASA did not give them the technology. NASA did NOT want to lose its shuttle program. SpaceX owns its missile technology, not NASA or the US Government.

SpaceX successfully delivered goods to the ISS, and seeking to be profitable, sought additional launch contracts. Namely with the US Department of Defense. The DoD had an ongoing contract for space launch capability with a joint venture company comprised of established, natural competitors; Boeing and Lockheed called “United Launch Alliance” (ULA).

Enter Globalist Senator John McCain. Musk broke ULA’s monopoly on DoD launches by taking them to court, and with help from McCain, who also invoked assistance of the puppet SECDEF (Carter).

The entrance of McCain into SpaceX is key for two reasons; globalist clubs, and Saudi Arabia.

SpaceX, U.S. Air Force To Enter Mediation over ULA Block Buy

Atlas 5 rocket cores

SpaceX and the U.S. Air Force will enter mediation later this month to resolve a lawsuit SpaceX filed contesting an $11 billion sole-source contract the Air Force gave United Launch Alliance to produce enough rocket cores to launch dozens of military satellites, according to court documents filed Jan. 13. The new documents also raise questions about when the Air Force will make its first competitive launch contract award in nearly 15 years. SpaceX filed a lawsuit April 28 asking the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to void a large portion of the deal, under which the Air Force ordered 36 rocket cores from ULA on a sole-source basis. Both the U.S. Department of Justice, representing the Air Force, and ULA have asked the court to dismiss the case. In a Jan. 13 order, Judge Susan Braden denied ULA’s motion to dismiss and said SpaceX and the Air Force would begin mediation this month. The order also said the Air Force has told the court it would not make a final decision on certain launch contract awards until later in 2015. [3]

The SpaceX v. ULA court decisions are sealed; we don’t know what deals were made. We DO KNOW that SpaceX became certified to handle NATIONAL SECURITY products afterwards.

How Elon Musk exposed billions in questionable Pentagon spending

Ten years after a joint operation of Boeing and Lockheed Martin was born, the FTC’s direst warnings have come true, along with outcomes even the skeptics did not predict. Elon Musk’s SpaceX had to sue before it got access to the Pentagon — but now, as it promises to deliver cargo into space at less than half the cost of the military’s favored contractor, it has pulled back the curtain on tens of billions in potentially unnecessary military spending. The entrenched contractor, a joint operation of Boeing and Lockheed Martin called the United Launch Alliance, has conducted 106 space launches flawlessly, but the cost for each is more than $350 million, according to the Government Accountability Office. SpaceX promises launches for less than $100 million.Yet despite the potentially more cost-effective alternative, taxpayers will be paying the price for ULA’s contracts for years to come. Estimates show that, through 2030, the cost of the Pentagon’s launch program will hit $70 billion — one of the most expensive programs within the Defense Department. [4]

We know that ULA was out of the game. ULA did not bid on DoD launches past the expiration of its current contract with the DoD. Weird, right? Wonder what happened.

SpaceX is a private company, which means we can’t see their books. We also can’t see their investors or how much control each investor has. It’s also why SpaceX owns its missile tech. [5]

Wikipedia lists Peter Thiel as a SpaceX investor (Founders Fund). Thiel created Palantir, which is a turbo datamining/processing technology. It mines anything digital. ANYTHING. Theil and Musk also created PayPal together.  The CIA invested $2M in Theil’s Palantir via InQTel (CIA’s VC arm). Palantir is used by almost all US intelligence agencies. Amazing how tech companies doomed for bankruptcy somehow become successful overnight. Palantir, Facebook, Amazon, and SpaceX all have this in common.Nov 2017, another early SpaceX investor, Steve Jurvetson (Draper Fisher Jurvetson) was forced to leave his VC firm amid sexual deviancy allegations.

Steve Jurvetson, a venture capital investor, is leaving the firm he co-founded amid an investigation over allegations of sexual harassment, as Recode first reported and DFJ confirmed to Axios. Jurvetson also is on leave from the boards of SpaceX and Tesla pending resolution of the allegations, per a SpaceX spokesperson. No decision has been made yet about the boards on which he represents DFJ. Why it matters: Jurvetson’s departure from the VC firm he co-founded comes after two other investors were ousted from their firms earlier this summer over allegations of sexual harassment and assault. After a woman posted on Facebook last month about alleged predatory behavior on the part of DFJ’s founding partners (she did not name Jurvetson), the firm admitted it was investigating him after hearing second-hand reports.

 Statement from DFJ:
As of today and by mutual agreement, Steve Jurvetson will be leaving DFJ. DFJ’s culture has been, and will continue to be, built on the values of respect and integrity in all of our interactions. We are focused on the success of our portfolio companies, as well as the long-term vision for the firm and will continue to operate with the highest professional standards. [6]

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I wonder if Steve Jurvetson ever visited the Playboy Mansion? The reason I ask about the Playboy Mansion? It would explain why he resigned and it also dovetails into the final SpaceX investor I want to highlight: Rizvi Traverse.

 

What do Hugh Heffner, Pam Anderson and Julian Assange have to do with the take down of the Hollywood sexual predators? Who needs movies when life is THIS THRILLING? HERE

It’s impossible to figure out how much of SpaceX is owned by Rizi Traverse. Rizvi literally pays people to erase himself and his business from the internet. All I can say is that Rizvi holds some portion of SpaceX.

Rizvi invested Billionaire Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal’s money in Playboy, and it is probable that he invested Talal’s money in SpaceX too. Why? Because like the Playboy Mansion, what SpaceX has is EXTREMELY VALUABLE.

Refresher: bin Talal is the Saudi dirty-money-man. He was arrested in KSA with 30+ other princes on corruption charges.

Bin Talal donated MILLIONS to the Clinton’s and to the John McCain Institute. Talal paid for Obama’s Harvard Education and he owns the top floors of Mandalay Bay.

Finally, Google invested $1B in SpaceX in early 2016, just a few months after Obama’s Iran-Nuke Deal. Iran-Nuke deal refresher: Jan 2016 Obama sent $1.8B cash to Iran on unmarked planes, and sent 10 tons of Iran’s enriched uranium to … ??? Both probably went to North Korea. Details HERE. Articles say that Google bought about 10% of SpaceX. Again we can’t see if that’s a controlling share or not. SpaceX became exempt from reporting securities information in 2009 under exemption 506(b).

I struggled with Elon Musk. There are plenty of new theories and MEMEs floating around about him personally helping NK with ICBMs; but I’m not sold on it for several reasons. It is possible, but not probable, in my opinion. Elon has 6 children and he seems to do actual good work. He is hell-bent on making stuff happen. He does have the mark of “the chosen” though, and his companies survive on government grants, that all makes him suspect of corruption.

A scrub of Wikileaks shows that he Elon was not sought after by the Globalists. A John Podesta email shows Elon as a 3rd-rate attendee choice for a major Democrat Green event (fund raiser)…he didn’t attend. Elon has never attended Bilderberg. Nor the Bohemian Grove, nor is he part of the Trilateral Commission, or the Council on Foreign Relations- None of the key globalist groups. I found no images of Elon and secret societies.

Moving back to SpaceX investors: CIA friend, Playboy Mansion dude, Rizvi/upside-down prince bin Talal, and GOOGLE’s Eric Schmidt. Eric Schmidt, as many of you know, resigned from Alphabet, Inc. on Dec 21, 2017, after 16 years at Google. Weird to suddenly “step-down”…timing? “Coincidentally”, as we have shared, President Trump signed an Executive Order (EO) to stifle foreign abusers of human rights and corruption THE SAME DAY. This EO targets FOREIGN people, organizations, or entities who violate human rights (think trafficking) AND/OR who are CORRUPT.

It directs the US Treasury to freeze their assets. Think about that for a minute. That’s a BROAD, sweeping edict. Funny, EO-identified target #5, Yahya Jammeh, is a buddy of Obamas. 12 of 14 of the EO-targeted persons are directly or indirectly tied to the Clintons. HERE

But wait, there’s more! The EO directs the Treasury to freeze assets of ANY PERSON who did business with those foreigners (think bin Talal and the KSA takedown, North Korea, Haiti, etc.). ANY PERSON. So the EO is published early 21 Dec, hours later Eric Schmidt of Google “steps down”. Let’s take a look at Eric Schmidt. This whole time I thought he was just a nerdy, California Silicon Valley techie, and he is…but there’s more to this person than meets the eye. Schmidt is a Bohemian Grove guy. Schmidt is a member of all the globalist clubs: Bohemian Grove, The Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, and of course the Bilderberg group. Eric Schmidt is also in bed with Bill Clinton, John Podesta, and Hillary Clinton.

Continued in Part 2

[1] Wikipedia

[2] Wikipedia

[3] SpaceNews

[4] Politico

[5] SEC.gov

[6] Axios

[7] Rivi Traverse