Logo of New NRO Spy Satellite: An Octopus Engulfing the World with the Words “Nothing is Beyond Our Reach” Underneath
2013 12 09
From: Vigilant Citizen
On December 5th, The National Reconnaissance Office launched a new spy satellite called NROL-39 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Its logo features a giant octopus engulfing the world with the ominous words “Nothing is Beyond our Reach” underneath. Is there a better way to portray a nightmarish, big-brotherish totalitarian government? No. In fact, this exact imagery was used to portray “evil communists” a few decades ago.
“Know Your Communist Enemy” p.3 in Robert B. Watts (1977), “Our Freedom Documents”, The Supreme Council, Washington
The same imagery now appears on a rocket launched by one most secretive agencies of the United States. Mind boggling.
In the wake of NSA-related revelations, the logo raised quite a few eyebrows. Christopher Soghoian, principal technologist and senior policy analyst for the ACLU, tweeted to the Office of Director of National Intelligence, “You may want to downplay the massive dragnet spying thing right now. This logo isn’t helping.”
However, as I noted in my article entitled Top 10 Most Sinister PSYOPS Mission Patches, secret missions patches are not about public relations. They’re usually a brutally honest representation of the mindset of the occult elite and its goals: All-seeing eyes, Illuminati pyramid, evil-looking cloak magicians overlooking the globe, etc.
Read the full article at: vigilantcitizen.com
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