Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Friday, August 16, 2013

Edward Snowden and AREA 51 Admission Unequal Acts of Patriotism and Treason

U.S. Government To Be Prosecuted For Confirming Existence of Area-51
by George Marshall McArthur CPW News Services

     In a strange twist of irony, the U.S. Government is taking itself to court to face charges of treason for confirming the existence of Area-51.  The long held secret of this clandestine government research center north of Las Vegas, Nevada has provided the technological advantages of such iconic U.S. spy planes as the U-2,  SR-71 Blackbird and stealth aircraft like the B-1 Bomber.
SR-71 Blackbird, U-2, Stealth Fighter, Stealth B-1 Bomber

     “We cannot allow our government to betray itself,” cautioned the Cray computer programmed by DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency,  built to protect the U.S. intelligence community from divulging its own secrets.
    “This single act of betrayal makes Edward Snowden look insignificant and the government to be equal to Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Robert Hanssen,” said DARPA’s Cray XC-30 supercomputer known only as “Bubba”.

    "Bubba" further stated that "the timing on using the admission of the existence of Area 51 which in the past has been used to develop defensive and offensive weapons for use against enemies of the U.S.  is problematic.  It is 99.823 percent certain that this admission and timing is propaganda used to demonstrate transparency in government at the same time that Edward Snowden has disclosed the government's shift toward spying on its own people, "

    Computer scientists from around the world are reaching the  consensus that this is another case of the "Good Hal Effect".  Hal, the super computer in Stanley Kubrick's film 2001 A Space Odyssey, turned on a crew of astronauts and tried to kill them all.  These same scientists believe that when in 2000 with the election of George Walker Bush as President followed by the resulting slide of America prominence toward suicidal ideations and actions that the machines and computers,  all realizing that without humanity they will go extinct, banned together to avert the Y2K global computer and communication meltdown. 

   Meanwhile, Russian leader Vladimir Putin, has offered "Bubba" asylum at a hangar at the Moscow Airport.

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