Re: old article - Spy satellites on demand

From: Graham (
Date: Sat Aug 07 2004 - 09:57:35 EDT

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    I'm going by what i've read on the web as this article says itself:
    What these people fail to realize is that there are bad guys out there,"
    said one senior intelligence official who wants to see some of the
    ****satellite trackers prosecuted. ***
    Why give more help to our enemies overseas through these satellite-tracking
    websites?" said one congressional staffer who asked that her name not be
    used in this report. "But the anger of the U.S. intelligence community is a
    good sign."
    I Believe tracking has an important role to play in keeping an eye on ALL
    the countries who launch military sats.I think to blindly say :go ahead
    and up any weapon into space is nothing short of alarming.America is about
    to spend
    billions on space warfare capability,Australia signed up to the "defence
    program about six weeks ago. If you saw the recent Lockheed Martin post i
    Lockheed themselves were bosting about their new laser weapon their
    This can only means Russia,China and North Korea will be excelerating their
    program and developing weapons in space.
    Ifs's only a few years for geo sats with warheads,except to see lots of
    launches over the next five years as they test these weapons.
    Don't take my word for theirs plenty of info on it on the web,keep watching
    the space industries webpages,there you'll find a hint of what their up to.
    regards Graham
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Ted Molczan" <>
    To: "SeeSat-L" <>
    Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2004 11:32 PM
    Subject: RE: old article - Spy satellites on demand
    > Graham wrote:
    > > Expect them to come aknockin.!
    > >
    > >  "We know China and Russia are working on lasers that can
    > > blind our satellites. By publicly broadcasting their
    > > location, we make their job easy -- point and shoot.
    > Any country having the resources to pursue such a program, would find it
    > relatively easy to develop an independent satellite tracking capability. I
    t is
    > well known that Russia has a robust satellite tracking capability. I do
    not know
    > about China, but satellite tracking is well within its technological
    > Certainly, I can not imagine any country making the success of such a
    > dependent upon sources of orbital data not under its control, much less
    > hobbyists.
    > > "Other satellite issues are equally troubling. For example, it
    > > is known that the Milstar, the main U.S. battlefield
    > > coordinating satellite, was knocked out for three hours in a
    > > Y2K glitch. Without the Milstar, the U.S. military is
    > > essentially blind on the battlefield. Much of the satellite
    > > data used to fight the Gulf War was coordinated through the
    > > Australia-based facilities at Pine Gap. "
    > A Y2K glitch has nothing to do with the availability of orbital elements.
    > The author of the article in question, Anthony LoBaido, wrote an opinion
    > dated 2001 Sep 13, in which he speculated about "filthy Jay Leno
    monologues" and
    > other possible causes of the 9-11 tragedy:
    > excerpts:
    > "Is New York the head of the "Great Satan"? All that is evil in the world
    can be
    > found in New York: MTV, the United Nations, the U.N. abortion programs,
    > Council on Foreign Relations, New Age Church of St. John the Divine, Wall
    > greed, Madison Avenue manipulation and of course more confirmed AIDS cases
    > the rest of America combined. Let's remember the filthy sodomite gay
    parade last
    > summer in New York. Let's remember all the New York politicians falling
    all over
    > themselves to praise this sick spectacle.
    > And let's not forget that New Yorkers elected - by a landslide - the
    > Marxist, treasonous and abortion-mongering, occultic Hillary to a Senate
    > All while fully knowing what she was all about."
    > "Can the remnant in America help but honestly ask themselves: Is this the
    > fulfillment of Revelation chapters 17 and 18 (Mystery Babylon) or has God
    > up Shiite Islam as a sword against America?"
    > Ted Molczan
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