U.S. ORBITS NUCLEAR WEAPONS PLATFORM
by Ken Welch in Houston
Posted Sunday July 30, 2006
There are some things that change the world forever. The printing press, the discovery of
radio, the science that led to the launch of Sputnik. The lives and teachings of Buddha,
Jesus and Mohammed. The American Revolution and the resulting creation of Socialism as
a weapon to destroy it. You can certainly think of many more. Often these are not so much
an event but a powerful concept that spreads throughout the world and creates long-lasting
But there are also single acts that seem to transform the world in a heartbeat. Sadly, they
are often evil, and in modern times we've had more than our share. Hitler's Reichstag Fire
and Bush's 9-11. The attack on Pearl Harbor and the first use of an atomic bomb on
human beings. The 1963 coup which seems to define the beginning of America's slow
descent into a carefully disguised hell.
Just over 90 days ago we had another one, and indeed the world will never be the same. For
the first time in the history of planet Earth, a nuclear weapons platform, with the warheads
pointing down, has been placed in orbit.
I apologize for the reporting delay but it is a secret program after all, and the first clues
were sparse. They were buried in the information gathered about an issue that was much
more urgent at the time. They described something being placed in orbit, but the actual
significance was not clear. Was it a future event or already accomplished? The information
appeared within the context of a plan that led from a nuclear incident on U.S. soil to an
attack on Iran that would most likely also be nuclear. Did the use of the word "munition"
describe the orbital package, or was it a coincidence that it appeared where it did?
Immediately below you can listen to the reversed speech of William Jefferson Clinton, a
man who thinks of himself as a humanist, but who has worked tirelessly to promote a
global empire of unsurpassed evil. Reversed speech routinely reveals unconscious and semi-
conscious thoughts, including commentary from relatively deep subconscious processes, all
being vocalized through the "reverse-wired" right brain speech center. It provides
outstanding "intelligence" clues in situations that would otherwise be confusing or
The outfit that seems to be coordinating most of the evil in the world today, despite it's
apparently altruistic image, is the World Economic Forum. It is an organization made up
of the multinational corporations who are leading the charge to return the planet to a new
form of Feudalism under a global umbrella of corporate monopolies. In case you don't
recognize it the W.E.F.'s stated purpose, the "partnership of govenment and business", is
the very heart and soul of classic Fascism.
The W.E.F. held it's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, at the end of January. Clinton
briefly addressed the attendees via a video link, and the audio was made available to the
public via the web. Here are the brief references to "orbit" which we found within his
Current position: Secret
HERE PLACE: World Econmic Forum, Davos (1-28-06)
TOPIC: Things he's worried about..
This event was featured in our Texas Nuke story, and is
TO the earliest source that linked the U.S.-smuggled nuke to
LISTEN an attack on Iran. At the time we noted the word "orbit"
appeared three times, but could not determine its
significance without some form of cross reference.
Speech Reversals found:
MUNITION - UNIT IN ORBIT
LET 'EM ORBIT IT
Two speech reversals refer to putting something in orbit. The first one includes the word
MUNITION, which occurs first in the actual time seqence (remember the sound file is reversed).
"Now the Nuke" refers to the one on it's way to Texas.
The references to "orbit" remained in our notes as an unanswered question, and were
essentially lost in the intense effort that followed to publicize and de-rail the Easter nuke
plot. This of course was followed by an equally intense focus on learning the fate of the
baby nuke that had been hidden south of Houston. In fact, the White House did not learn
that the plot had been exposed until the very week before the device was to be detonated.
Three appearances by Bush during that week were filled with speech reversals illustrating
the anger and frustration over the exposure, but also offering clues about future plans. The
nuke was off to Europe and a time frame, July, was mentioned. At that time it appeared
that the Italian government was in trouble and would benefit from a good dose of false
terror. But that government fell quickly as the result of an accelerating corruption scandal.
There appeared to be no longer any good use for the nuke, especially since tens of
thousands of people knew about it.
One puzzle left over from that story was the July time frame. In April it was obvious that
the nuke could be employed much sooner than July, if desired. So, was there something else
important about July? Remember, the whole exercise was designed to support a nuclear
attack on Iran, plus the shoring up of the pitiful Bush administration at home. Now July
has arrived, and a very exciting and superbly photogenic event is underway in the Middle
East, very reminiscent of our 9-11 in its level of high drama. Countless faces appear in the
media, all pointing the finger of ultimate blame at Iran but never actually offering proof.
This prompted Strider, one of the RS researchers who contributed to our initial reports, to
review our previous notes for further clues. Nothing really stood out, but a word counting
program revealed that the word orbit, already linked to a mystery, had appeared one more
time than the number he remembered. It had been in the April material and gone
unnoticed. The President's Saturday Radio Address for April 15, the weekend previously
pinpointed for the Easter Surprise, contained a reversal that clearly indicated an important
space launch of some kind had just taken place.
Turn up your volume and use the Flash player below to listen to this important clue.
GEORGE W. BUSH
CLICK President of the United States maybe
PLACE: Saturday Radio Address (6/15/2006)
TOPIC: "Tax Day", strong economy
TO This speech was featured in the hunt for "Plan B", and
LISTEN contained clues about the White House reaction to
learning their baby nuke had been exposed.
Speech Reversal found:
THIS IS IT - A.M.P. 's IN ORBIT
This Sound Forge window was scaled down, so the labels for smaller marked regions are
compressing. The four in the middle are Parkin' It, This Jerko, My Fear, Burned - all relating to the
exposure of the Easter Nuke plot.
The phrase "this is it" was noted four times in this short radio address before the RS
researcher stopped marking it. The clear implication that something very important had
happened, perhaps long awaited, was inescapable. Nonetheless, we were all focusing on
earthbound matters at the time and missed the actual connection that was made with this
Happily enough, the reversal is clear enough that we can recognize the abbreviation, A.M.P.
and link the M with Clinton's use of the word Munition. That word is normally plural, but
it is not uncommon for the last letter in a reversal to drop out, due to the mechanics of how
reversals are produced. A little work with search engines will show there are three
candidates for the M.P. combination: Munitions Program, Munitions Package, and
You would not put a "program" in orbit, and a munitions "package" is the standard
weapons load for a fighting vehicle, such as a fighter plane. You might put the vehicle in
orbit, but not the package all by itself. That leaves the one that pretty much stood out from
the beginning, Munitions Platform. It is a favorite phrase of today's military-industrial
crowd, as any search engine will demonstrate.
But what sort of munitions? Anti-Satellite, a common term in discussing space warfare
doesn't fit. There's nothing special about anti-satellite weapons and it is a mission easily
accomplished from the ground. Advanced is a good possibility, but doesn't fit the military
preference for abbreviations that actually mean something once you know the words.
Given the White House's apparent lust to use nukes during the research period, I feel that
the only reasonable choice is Atomic. So there we are... Atomic Munitions Platform.
When the U.N. Outer Space Treaty was signed in 1967 the general belief was that there was
not much value in placing nukes in space. De-orbiting a nuke could take more time than
launching one from the ground, and a known weapons platform would be an easy mark for
ground-based missiles. If advances in materials and technology have changed this picture
then warheads in space create a frightening image. It may very well be possible to have
nukes fall from the sky like rocks, virtually untraceable, and with no warning whatsoever.
Is there other support for the idea that this is a nuclear bomb thrower? A researcher using
reversed speech in an intelligence gathering mode treads a fine line between reality and
fiction. By this I mean the difference between actual real world things or events, and ideas
that are simply being proposed or mulled over within an unconscious process.
Consequently, the best rule to follow is to require multiple confirmations from varied
sources. This rule was followed in spades in the original Texas Nuke report, and will
remain the rule on this site indefinitely. Stories that don't follow the rule will be billed as
"fun" or "food for thought", etc.
Other factors that confirm the orbiting of an atomic weapons platform are circumstantial,
but when taken all together are quite compelling. Federal Prosecutors routinely send folks
to prison with less to work on. One of these is the code name for the attack on Iran. Gifted
with great power but lacking the brains to go along with it, the gang that has controlled the
White House through three administrations has apparently selected their own code names
that carry not-so-hidden meaning so the mentally challenged, like Junior, cannot forget
what they are.
For example, the code name for the CHEMTRAIL program, a long term softening-up
operation that will soon culminate with the release of 1918 influenza under the guize of
"bird flu" is STARWARS. Not to be confused with the press-created nickname for the
S.D.I. program, the name actually comes from the original movie, and denotes a weapon
that targets an entire planet. STARWARS activity in the United States, which has cost
billions, is the province of the Director of Central Intelligence.
The code name for the creation and management of imaginary terrorists, either fleshed out
by American or allied agents when needed, or simply invented from thin air when a
bogeyman must be given a name, is SCOPE DANCER. This term reflects the sprite-like
nature of imaginary characters that seem to appear and disappear at will. Al Quaida in its
entirety is a SCOPE DANCER operation, as was al-Zarqawi in Iraq and his current
"successors" and associates.
The code name for the nuclear attack on Iran is HIGH STRIKE. You can hear an example
in the audio clip below. Originally, the attack on Iran was scheduled for June 5th. The
details of the attack as gleaned from reversed speech involved a squadron of ships "hidden
in the big ocean" and yet the name, HIGH STRIKE, seemed to imply that there was more
to the story than just ships. Nuclear warheads falling from orbit would be a perfect
candidate for the missing piece.
GEORGE W. BUSH
CLICK President of the United States maybe
PLACE: National Governors' Conference (2/27/2006)
TOPICS: "Setting the stage for Peace", Governors as
LISTEN This event, in which Junior showed up STONED was
featured in Bush On Drugs Again. In addition to the major
blunder of referring to U.S. governors as collaborators
(reminding us of the Bush family's Nazi ties), the Iran war
plans were exposed - demonstrating the old maxim that
"Loose Lips Sink Ships".
Speech Reversals found:
I'LL PLAY YOU
HIGH STRIKE - JUNE FIFTH
CAN'T GET MOVIES - FEAR FACTOR (related?)
FEEL THE ENORMITY
SEE SOME SHIT
HIDDEN IN THE BIG OCEAN
Perspective: this event took place a month after the arrival of the Russian nuke in Galveston Bay,
and about six weeks before it was to be triggered. Contrary to stories then circulating that a nuclear
incident would trigger immediate nuclear strikes on Iran, the Iran attack was scheduled to occur
another six weeks further on - perhaps enough time to show "remarkable restraint".
Found early on in our attempt to document the baby nuke, we did not publish the material out of
concern for revealing too much too soon. However, after the nuke was exposed, Iran hysteria
dropped from the media almost overnight, suggesting that the attack on Iran had been canceled or
All this leads to an obvious question. Is there anything going on in space right now that can
be confirmed by other sources? The answer is YES and the situation is generating great
concern, even low grade panic, in international circles. Whether foreign intelligence
services have actually gotten wind of the launch, or other governments are simply putting
two and two together, there is a rising international concern over U.S. intentions regarding
We quickly found a July 5th article by William Marshall in the Boston Globe that begins:
"TENSIONS IN the United Nations over space-based weapons ran to new heights recently when
the United States delivered a hard-line statement on its right to develop such weapons.
Responding to repeated and increased international pressure in recent weeks, John Mohanco, US
deputy director of the Office of Multilateral Nuclear and Security Affairs, said "our government will
continue to consider the possible role that space-related weapons may play in protecting our
Russia, which is pushing for a new treaty on such weapons, wanted countries to "refrain from any
practical activities aimed to place weapon systems in outer space while the international
agreement on non-weaponization of outer space is being elaborated." Apparently the US reaction
was only to harden its stance.
This adds to the alarming change of course last year when the United States became the first
country to oppose the annual non binding resolution on Preventing an Arms Race in Outer
Are we all on the same channel here? You bet!
One interesting note, most commentators who later quote the statement by John Mohanco,
apparently the liar du jour for this issue, add the word space in brackets, as you see in the
second paragraph above. No one wants to voice the unthinkable; that the U.S. is preparing
for nuclear war on the ground. But the word was not there and the official statement linked
space weapons to "our assets" anywhere on the planet.
In fact, virtually all those commenting on the U.S. move describe the issue in terms of
protecting satellites and other space objects, while many then turn around as Marshall does
later in his article, and point out that if that really is the U.S. objective it doesn't make
Oddly enough, the U.S. statements are almost a perfect echo of recent "hard line" Iranian
statements with only a minor difference in subject matter. Here is an example of the
original press coverage, with the local paper in Qatar calling a spade a spade with their
choice of headline:
Defiant US to develop arms for outer space
Web posted at: 6/14/2006 3:12:37
Source ::: REUTERS
GENEVA • The United States yesterday reasserted its right to develop weapons for use in outer
space to protect its military and commercial satellites and ruled out any global negotiations on a
new treaty to limit them.
In a speech to the Conference on Disarmament, a senior US State Department arms control official
insisted that such weapons systems would be purely defensive. Washington sees no need for
negotiations to prevent an arms race in space as a 40-year-old international treaty banning
weapons of mass destruction in space remains adequate, he said.
John Mohanco, deputy director of the office of multilateral, nuclear and security affairs, said the
United States faced a threat of attacks from the earth or from other countries’ spacecraft. He did
not name any potential attackers.
“As long as the potential for such attacks remains, our government will continue to consider the
possible role that space-related weapons may play in protecting our assets,” he told the United
“For our part, the United States does not have any weapons in space, nor do we have plans to
build such weapons,” he said.
The White House is due to announce a new space policy this month, the first overhaul in a decade.
Some US experts have said it will underscore the Pentagon’s determination to protect its existing
space assets and maintain dominance of outer space.
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A 1967 UN treaty bans weapons of mass destruction from space, but some experts believe the
United States would not shy away from withdrawing from the pact.
In 2002, it pulled out of the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty to begin deploying a missile
defence shield. Mohanco vowed all US activities in the exploration and use of outer space would
comply with international law.
But a new pact to ban anti-satellite weapons or other space-related weapon systems would be
impossible, given the problems of defining what it covered, because any space object had an
inherent “dual-use potential”, meaning it could be used for civilian or military purposes, he said.
The last paragraph above refers to the new U.S. position on limiting anti-satellite weapons
in space. Its bizarre Orwellian nature is a red flag to anyone suspecting treachery. The gist
of it is that since most modern satellites have the ability to "move" or adjust their orbits,
they could conceivably be used to ram another satellite. Consequently any anti-weapon
measure would have to ban all modern satellites as well. This Mohanco clown certainly
deserves a big hand for trying to sell this with a straight face while essentially telling the
U.N. delegates that the State Department believes they are all morons.
There must be a lot of behind-the-scenes winking and snickering around Washington these
days. Other nations demanding limitations on satelite defense systems while the Big Dog
they really fear is already up there...
It wasn't difficult to locate the official statement, and you can check it out for yourself. In
addition to the remarks shown above, I found the following sentences worth preserving;
particularly the declaration that even weapons in space for "other goals" besides security
must be considered "peaceful":
Threats to the peaceful use of space, like threats to the peaceful use of the oceans or of
the atmosphere, come not from the existence of military hardware, but from those who
would disturb the peace, no matter the environment.
Many proponents of a ban on space weaponry argue that, unless such weapons are
banned soon, some government -- usually identified, scurrilously, as the United States --
somehow will begin an arms race in outer space. History demonstrates, however, that this
is hardly a reasonable speculation.
For our part, the United States does not have any weapons in space, nor do we have plans
to build such weapons.
The United States remains committed to the peaceful exploration and use of space by all
nations for peaceful purposes. “Peaceful purposes” includes appropriate defense
activities in pursuit of national security and other goals.
We take seriously our commitment to carry on all U.S. activities in the exploration and use
of outer space in accordance with international law, including the Outer Space Treaty.
The Cold War is over, and there is no arms race in outer space. Thus, there is no -- repeat,
no -- problem in outer space for arms control to solve.
The U.N. sponsored Outer Space Treaty is best known for it's specific prohibition against
placing nuclear weapons in space. Withdrawing from the treaty would be an instant news
flash to the world that the U.S. intended to do exactly that. In some capitols it would be a
clear war warning. Obviously, the Bush administration will maintain the fiction that they
still adhere to the treaty as long as they can. On the other hand, if the new A.M.P. is
actually so formidable that building and launching it was worthwhile, it doesn't matter. It
would place the U.S. in a new position of superiority not seen since 1950, i.e. being the only
guy at the gunfight with a useable gun. Under those circumstances, it's a done deal. The
folks who are actually responsible for this disaster, the American people themselves, can't
do a thing about it... their ability to take care of business was sucked away decades ago
through the modern miracles of television and politically controlled schools.
But doesn't this leave everyone outside the Beltway in a tough spot? Look at it this way.
One morning you awake to find that your neighbor across the street has placed a cocked
and loaded cannon in his front yard. It moves, and every 90 minutes it is pointing directly
through your front window. Day after day you look outside and there it is. Sometimes you
find yourself looking straight down the barrel. One of these days you may end up on this
nut's shit-list for reasons that only he will know. There's nobody to complain to, no place
you can go, and you have a family to protect. So, tell me, what's your plan?
Sooner or later, clear-thinking people around the globe will realize that the United States is
the one single nation that must be destroyed at all costs, to protect all living things. Now
that every man woman and child on the planet has a real-life sword of Damocles hanging
over their head, it can truly be said that the world has been changed forever.
This will be true whether or not it remains in the hands of the semi-adolescent who has
been rightly hailed as the King Of Terror. Some will say we can simply elect the other guys,
and the A.M.P. will be in good hands. But the time for that fantasy has come to an end.
Today the version of law and order that Washington is promoting in the Middle East says
that if someone steals your car it's perfectly OK to start blowing up your neighbors' homes.
And if those neighbors are the newly designated sub-humans, then the more the merrier.
And everybody who's anybody in Washington is going along with it. So no, I don't think
it's in good hands, or ever will be. Who in the upper echelons of American society is not
already corrupted beyond repair? Certainly no one in Washington, with the possible
exception of Ron Paul, who's congressional district was the target of the Easter Nuke.
The A.M.P. will not be hard to find. Many organizations identify and track
orbital objects all the time. The A.M.P. can be pinpointed by its launch
date. The radio address was aired on 4/15/2006, but was probably
recorded the day before. The launch was hot news, so the announcement
of success was fresh - perhaps only hours old.
This puts the mostly likely launch window at 4/13-4/14. Trackers need
only examine their records from 4/15 and work backwards to find the first
new object larger than a VW and they've got it. Ken-Welch.com would
love to hear of your findings, or any other interesting info about the
launch. Please use the anonymous input form from a public access point
if you feel the need to protect your identity.
If one of the observatories should put the orbital data on the web, then
Earth's children can all learn to spot the new star and sing the new
George Bush song:
Twinkle, twinkle, little nuke,
how you make me want to puke.
Up above the world so high,
who will be the next to die?
Is there any conceivable reason that the U.S. might actually need weapons of mass
destruction in orbit? Some cliff-hanging threat that requires an emergency build-up of our
Mutually Assured Destruction defensive nuke program? Well... Actually, no. The Denver
Post reported yesterday that the Pentagon is shutting down Cheyenne Mountain, the nuke-
proof command center from which our nuclear retaliation was to be launched. Why? No.
Conceivable. Threat. And probably none for the next ten to fifteen years at least.
Football fans will be able to grasp this quickly. If the nuclear warheads in space are not for
Defense, then they must be for...?
Of course. Offense.
Offensive nukes in space also are not subject to the concerns that made them seem
impractical in a 1960's defense-centered strategy. It doesn't matter if they take a whole day
to de-orbit. The two relatively defenseless countries that Junior has already destroyed, one
for their pipeline routes and heroin supply, the other for their oil, are perfect examples.
They're not looking up anyway and couldn't do anything about if they were.
A review of current events may provide a clue about the first potential victims of the newly
orbited weapons. The year began with the massive U.S. propaganda machine calling for the
destruction of Iran (in violation of U.N. Resolution 110, which was created in 1947 while
memories of the Third Reich were still strong). Many military experts, though, were
pointing out that the U.S. simply didn't have the manpower to invade. But several pointed
out that it could still be accomplished - if nukes were used. However, attacking Iran turned
out to be a hard sell, since there was no evidence of a credible threat. In the current Middle
East crisis, talking heads and guest commentators have been telling the world every ten or
twelve minutes that it is all the fault of Iran, so obviously the war drums are beating again.
The situation is ripe for a classic contrived provocation, similar to the hoaxed attack that
preceded Germany's invasion of Poland. Several weeks of CNN coverage have carried an
unusual emphasis on Israeli slaughter of civilians. This is certainly setting the stage for
something. Some form of false terror event, with clues suggesting Iran as the perpetrator,
would appear very reasonable to many TV viewers who have been watching the
destruction in Lebanon with increasing horror. On the other hand, much of the world has
grown accustomed to thinking of the U.S. President as a madman, so in the end no
provocation may be necessary. Either way, I wouldn't wait for it. If I had any friends in
Iran, I would be calling them to suggest that they get out as quickly as possible.
What a sad ending to the story of America.
A few months after this report was posted we began to hear that China was illuminating
our orbital objects with "high-powered" ground-based lasers. This method can be used to
"dazzle" satellites that are taking pictures, and theoretically you could put enough power
into a laser to burn off radio antennas or perhaps damage solar panels. However, the
scientific community had a different interpretation.
Laser ranging is often used to determine the actual orbits of objects in space, right down to
Then in the first week of January, 2007, we discovered that a crash program in China had
reached a successful conclusion as they destroyed one of their own satellites in orbit -- with
an anti-satellite missile system. What are the odds that these stories are unrelated? Here's
the story as it appeared in the London Telegraph:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sunday, July 30, 2006
Please include at least
one clickable link.
U.S. ORBITS NUCLEAR WEAPONS PLATFORM
(Houston) In April the Bush Administration abandoned the 40 year old U.N. Outer Space
Treaty and launched a nuclear weapons platform into orbit around the earth. While
orbiting weapons have always been viewed as a poor choice for defense against nuclear
attack, they have distinct advantages as offensive weapons used against unsuspecting or
otherwise defenseless targets.
According to http://www.ken-welch.com, the originator of this story, weapons of mass
destruction in orbit represent an unending threat of Terror unprecedented in world history.
Considering current events in the Middle East, which many people believe are being
carefully stage-managed, the possibility of Armageddon has never seemed more real.
While nuclear war in the middle east is unlikely to spread beyond the region, the potential
of chaos in financial markets and disruption of normal affairs would be a virtual certainty.
The launch comes at a time of rising international concern over statements by the Bush
Administration that imply the weaponization of space is high on the U.S. agenda. Shortly
after 9-11 the U.S. withdrew from the restrictive ABM treaty, and in recent remarks at the
UN Conference on Disarmament indicated that all weapons in space, for whatever purpose,
must now be defined as "peaceful". The U.S. also blocked any discussion of new
restrictions on the employment of space-based weapons, regardless of their type or purpose.
Read the rest of this story at
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