Mystery of Google Maps images of China's Gobi Desert solved

Shawn Knight

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Several mysterious images of designs and structures found in China’s Gobi Desert surfaced earlier this week and left most Internet users speechless. Speculation has run wild for days as to…

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Isn't it funny that China's satellites are for spying, while US's satellites are for 'defense'?
 

Greg S

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Guest said:
Isn't it funny that China's satellites are for spying, while US's satellites are for 'defense'?

Defense could mean attacking the enemy after a strike. They could technically have weapons on them if they are for defense, but not if they are for spying.
 

Archean

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Americans haven't been attacked by any foreign power in long long time, it always has been other way round i.e. Americans attacking others, sometimes with false accusations, sometimes with stupid excuses. Beside, I am sure every power do spy even on their friends just to 'know' things before hand.
 

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And America has liberated several countries from oppression in it's history. Thank you for your anti-American sentiment though.
 
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Though so-called "liberation" was limited to countries where they had interest. First phase was always liberating countries of their oil and natural resources :D
 

Archean

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Though so-called "liberation" was limited to countries where they had interest. First phase was always liberating countries of their oil and natural resources :D

A fact which is often neglected by the most. Also, such adventures has resulted in monumental devastation of many nations, causing huge number of innocent people to die.
 

slh28

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And America has liberated several countries from oppression in it's history. Thank you for your anti-American sentiment though.

You mean like how they liberated Iraq? You might want to watch something other than Fox/CNN for a different perspective
 
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The Untied States has NEVER claimed any land, or has taken any natural resources of any Country they invaded.

We are not concquering these Countries, we are helping the people.



But I agree.. the next 50 years should be about the US Military helping and building America back up.
 
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Though so-called "liberation" was limited to countries where they had interest. First phase was always liberating countries of their oil and natural resources

A fact which is often neglected by the most. Also, such adventures has resulted in monumental devastation of many nations, causing huge number of innocent people to die.

Christ!! Spare us all. The US went into Afghanistan (who ALLOWED the group to flourish and supported them...Them being Al Qaida). Afghanistan (then) did attack us. What did we do to "devestate" them??

Build roads, schools, and infrastructure...

As for Iraq...A valid argument, but still we are or trying to do the same.

Our mistake??? Trying to bring western style democracy and the love of Freedom to a bunch of fence-sitting goat herders....

You are right, the Arab world is not ready for this..
 
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In 1998 I was in western China when the interest in "infrastructure" projects was great. It turns out that the real interest back then was in developing directed energy weapons and testing them effectively. According to some of my contacts (who may or may not have been truthful), the Soviets had been developing them to - get this - shoot down or otherwise disable unidentified aerial phenomena (e.g. UFOs) for their presumed advanced technology(!). The Chinese were allegedly also trying to duplicate some of the weather control technology ala the US HAARP. At the time I was completely incredulous that any of these seemingly educated and professional people could be uttering such ideas.

When I was back there in 2001, persons associated with the projects (whom I guessed to be probable party political officers) were alarmed and seemingly always scrambling about. I didn't understand at the time, but they seemed very disturbed that the majority of Americans believed the (now, to me) obviously bogus official conspiracy theory sold to the world on 9/11. They seemed to have found a renewed sense of outright urgency at "catching up". This seemed to suggest to them that further such events would occur in the near future.

In 2004 an earthquake caused massive tsunamis and eyewitnesses in the area of the quake center reported aurora borealis-like optical effects. The armed forces command in China were allegedly so concerned that they made it a primary mission to demonstrate to the US that they had convincing retaliation methodology culminating in the ballistic missile firing off the coast of Los Angeles in November 2010.

Back in the states I was embroiled in some personal/business matters directly related to 9/11 so was myopic about the official story thinking it could not be anything else. Since that time recounting my personal experiences and studying books such as Dr. Griffin's "The Mysterious
Collapse of 7 World Trade Center" and Dr. Wood's 'Where Did The Towers Go?' has given me better context into why the Chinese were behaving they way they were.

As of today, the ruling party of China thinks it is one of their utmost priorities to develop similar directed energy weapons (ala WTC which can render structural steel and concrete into dust particles finer than human red blood cells) and send personnel to the moon so that what they have come to believe is up there can be identified and brought back asap.

What the "truth" is, who really knows? But what goes on in the shadows of international politics is often stranger than fiction. Almost certainly anything we're shown by contemporary mainstream media is absolutely and utterly designed to be presented to us in that way.