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The Pentagon's Toy Catalog

August 01, 2013


The Pentagon's annual Dear Santa letter is the world's wildest high-tech toy catalog. It includes secret weapons programs with baffiing code names like Elegant Lady, Tractor Rose, Forest Green, Senior Citizen, Island Sun and Black Light, White Cloud and Classic Wizard.

These are the "black budget" programs that pay for spy satellites and pilotless drones, climate weaponry and nanotechnology experiments.

The Pentagon's black budget is used for a massive secret classification program that has swelled almost unchecked since World War II.

The annual cost to American taxpayers for the black budget was estimated at $32 billion in 2008 but was increased to an estimated $50 billion in 2009.

What excuse is being used for the secret use of 50 billion in taxpayer money? National security, of course. It's all about protecting us - Uh huh.


On September 10, 2001 (the day before 9/11), Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld admitted in a speech that the Pentagon had lost 2.3 trillion dollars! Where did it go? The top secret Military? Space Program? Black projects? Funding for top secret projects requires them to be beyond Congressional oversight or it wouldn’t be ‘top secret’ any more! But hold on! The case of the missing money was not just a one time affair.

In 2003, a study by the Defense Department's inspector general found that the
Pentagon couldn't account for more than a trillion dollars in monies spent. And now… every year, tens of billions of Pentagon dollars go missing. The money vanishes not because of fraud, waste or abuse, but because U.S. military planners have appropriated it to secretly develop advanced weapons and fund clandestine operations.

We continue with our daily routine - unaware of what is actually going on. A USAF medic, connected to some of these black projects in the late 80s said that we are under the mistaken belief that our current tSpace Shuttle program, is the best we have. Meanwhile, black programs and the secret astronaut corps of the military conduct space missions with technology that we can only fantasize about as Star Trek fans.

Former government regulator, Catherine Austin Fitts, encourages everyone to study the National Security Act of 1947 and the act that created the CIA in 1949. The '47 and '49 Acts created an infrastructure that allows taxpayer money to be secretly channeled to secret projects on a non-transparent basis which means that legally, there is no accountability.


The black budget is the government's illusory and tangled accounting of what it spends on intelligence gathering, covert operations, and - less noticeably - secret military research and weapons programs. It admits to no easy calculation, but by estimates of those who watch it, the black budget may hit US$50 billion a year - a figure larger than current federal expenditures for education. It includes spending by the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency, and military R&D.

The black budget is published with omitted dollar amounts and blacked-out passages. It hides all sorts of strange projects, not just from enemies, foreign and domestic, but from the public and elected officials as well. Last year, for instance, it was revealed that the National Reconnaissance Office had for several years used the black budget to hide from Congress the cost and ownership of a $300 million office building, even though the structure was plainly visible from Route 28 west of Washington, DC.

With "program element" numbers, obscured figures, and code names that read like dadaist poetry, the details of the black budget are revealed to only a few select Congressional committee members - and sometimes not even to them.

Tim Weiner, a New York Times correspondent and author of Blank Check: The Pentagon’s Black Budget, said, “You can’t keep spending money like this and maintain an empire. This is how empires fall. “


It all started with the Manhattan Project, a secret BLACK OP program to build an atomic bomb. Other top secret projects funded by the black budget include the TR3-B, Nautilus, Pulsar and the TAW-50 ‘anti-gravity’ space planes, the last purportedly achieving Mach 30 in just seconds!

According to various accounts, the top secret "Nautilus", is a space faring craft built jointly by special projects divisions of Europe's Airbus Industrie and U.S.'s Boeing Corporation’s Phantom Works. It has a propulsion system which utilizes magnetic pulsing and makes frequent trips up into space and back, to service secret international space stations.

Aviation historian Michael Schratt claims the ARV craft has the capability of tapping into the ambient zero point energy fields for propulsion and travels at such great velocities that according to him, one could take a trip to Mars and be back by lunch!

What other secret programs are being funded by taxpayers with the the black budget? Philip Schneider claimed that the alleged "Dulce Underground Base" in New Mexico is run by a black budget. Area 51 in Nevada and many experimental or covert military programs are also being run by black budgets. What about 9/11? Was 9/11 a black op funded by taxpayers?


In 2002 The Economist noted that neuroscience would be the future of mind control. Well, the future is NOW. This area of study has received $100 million in funding via Obama’s ten-year BRAIN Project, as well as a $1.3 billion commitment from Europe.

The human brain is seen as the final frontier, and is being explored from every angle conceivable.

The National Nanotechnology Initiative 2011 Strategic Plan is a 60-page document that lays out a projected future "to understand and control matter" for the management of every facet of human life in the areas of environment, health and safety. Twenty-five U.S. Federal agencies are participating.

The government is now studying how to change people’s moral beliefs and stop political dissent through remote control of people’s brains. Sounds like science fiction, right? Well, a leaked document reveals that the US government, through DARPA research, is very close to accomplishing this.

DARPA has a $2.8 billion budget. The aim of the DARPA program is to remotely disrupt political dissent and extremism by employing "Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation" (TMS) in tandem with sophisticated propaganda based on this technology. TMS stimulates the temporal lobe of the brain with electromagnetic fields.

The program, conducted by The Center for Strategic Communication, is based at Arizona State University. The DARPA funding for this project can be confirmed on the ASU website. The head of the project, Steve Corman, has worked extensively in the area of strategic communication as it applies to terrorism and "extremism" - or what could be called "the war of ideas."

Corman’s latest project Narrating The Exit From Afghanistan and his many presentations make it quite obvious that the mission is to shape the narrative and literally change people’s minds. Lest one believe it will be contained to overseas extremists, we should keep in mind that the word extremist is increasingly used domestically. The dissenters of yesterday could easily become the terrorist sympathizers and supporters of political violence tomorrow.

This DARPA research brings about many ethical questions and dilemmas. Mainly, this research aims to literally induce or disrupt the operation of narratives within the brain. In other words, this research aims to stop individuals from thinking certain thoughts and make others believe things they normally would not believe. This research has tremendous interrogation possibilities and could potentially be used to more successfully spread propaganda or stop political upheaval to an unsuspecting public.

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