The Anzus Treaty: The Pine Gap Joint Defence Facility, Australia
by Robert D. Morningstar
<(Copyright 2010, R. D. Morningstar & Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd – All Rights Reserved)
Dated: 22:51 February 21, 2010
As some of our readers may know, this editor communicates daily with a worldwide network of top UFOlogists, contactees, abductees, military/civilian investigators and professional scientists. And often I seem to have a knack for "sparking things up" by bringing up a controversial topic, which elicits further commentary or elucidation from my extended email contacts. Here is an example.
On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 9:16 AM, Robert Morningstar wrote:
There is more to Pine Gap now than meets the eye...
And whose "satellites" are we monitoring so far south of the equator?
Personally, I think that Pine Gap is a military base keeping track of incoming UFOs in the Southern Hemisphere and keeping tabs on Chinese launches from the area of the South China Sea satellite launch facility on Hainan Island.
Here's a current story that Doug Cantrell sent me on the upgrade Pine Gap is getting and the increase of American personnel to man it.
My brief comment and link on the Anzus Treaty and Pine Gap was sent out with a wide ranging "cc list" and, shortly thereafter, I received the following reply from Alfred Webre Lembremont (JD), the original founder of Exopolitics.
While I do not agree completely with Mr. Webre’s analysis, I believe he proffers very interesting information for further research and makes some important contributions to understanding the mystery surrounding Pine Gap. Alfred’s extended reply is worth consideration and so I provide it to our readers below. As a preface, I present the following link to provide an academic assessment of Pine Gap Facility from The Nautilus Institute of RMIT University, Australia:
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