STORM IRAQ’S STARGATE IT MAY HAVE ALREADY BEEN DONE

STORM IRAQ’S STARGATE IT MAY HAVE ALREADY BEEN DONE

November 29, 2019 0 By William Hollis


Hello friends, i’m EVA, and today we will
talk about : Storm Iraq’s Stargate It May Have Already Been Done. The original “Storm Area 51, They Can’t
Stop All of Us” event may have been a hoax, but it’s spawned a stampede of similar stormings
at paranormal hotspots around the world. One that may have been overlooked is the alleged
stargate portal in Iraq. Did you overlook it too? That may be because it’s in a dangerous
and secret area, but that didn’t stop the U.S. military, which may have already stormed
it. Wait … what? “The Bush administration recognized that
Hussein had some very, very valuable relevant information concerning the ancient history
of the planet. Either technology or texts basically confirming
this and he was going to release this to the general public. I think that was a big part of the reason
why the Bush Administration went into Iraq, to stop Hussein from revealing this information
and to also get control themselves.” That 2017 quote in Vice came from Dr.Michael
E. Salla, a “pioneer in the development of ‘Exopolitics’, the political study
of the key actors, institutions and processes associated with extraterrestrial life”. In 2004, Salla wrote ”Exopolitics: Political
Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence,” which is considered to be the first book on
exopolitics. The author of numerous other books on a wide
variety of paranormal and extraterrestrial subjects (“Exposing U.S. Government Policies on Extraterrestrial Life,”
Galactic Diplomacy: Getting to Yes with ET, “Kennedy’s Last Stand: Eisenhower, UFOs,
MJ-12 & JFK’s Assassination” to name a few), Salla is back in the news with a new
book, “US Air Force Secret Space Program: Shifting Extraterrestrial Alliances & Space
Force,” the latest in his series on classified space programs. While the book sounds interesting, the Daily
Star uses the opportunity to bring up one of Salla’s most controversial beliefs – that
the Second Gulf War (and part of World War II) was fought to get control of a stargate
that Saddam Hussein had uncovered and possibly got working. In a nutshell, Salla claims that an Annukai
(the aliens from Nibiru) spaceship was accidentally shot down by a US Air Force F-16 during the
first Gulf War in 1991. He believes it was on a mission to activate
a stargate hidden in Iraq, possibly beneath the “Dark Ziggurat” of Enzu or perhaps
in Baghdad in the basement of one of Saddam Hussein’s many palaces – where a better
plan would have been to deactivate it before Saddam did something apocalyptic. This is the same stargate which the Nazis
were said to be looking for during World War II. “Hussein controls the ground in Southern
Iraq, and is permitting the German led excavations in Uruk, while the US led coalition controls
the sky and is monitoring the situation. The Bush administration wants control of Iraq
territory to take control of excavations of Uruk to uncover its buried Stargate, and closely
monitor and control it. In contrast, Hussein wants to find and activate
the Stargate for his greater glory and presumably the benefit of humanity.” Yeah, right. Would Saddam Hussein really have the good
of humanity in mind if he found a portal that allowed instantaneous space-time travel across
the universe? Salla believes that the so-called Dodgy Dossier
(officially called “Iraq – Its Infrastructure of Concealment, Deception and Intimidation”
dossier) used by George W. Bush and Tony Blair to justify the 2003 invasion was a coverup
for the search for the stargate. He also thinks the US involvement in the
Syrian civil war and the talk of invading Iran are also coverups for gaining or maintaining
control of other locations of classified ‘alien’ technology in the Middle East. Are you ready to storm the Iraqi stargate? Do you remember what happened the last time
someone did that? This doesn’t sound like much fun compared
to the beer-beef-and-band fest that Storm Area 51 has turned into. However, it’s definitely an interesting
theory connecting an awful lot of remote dots, although the lines don’t really contain
much in the way of concrete, visible or verifiable evidence. Salla says in the Vice interview that’s
because anyone – like a curious politician, for example – who digs too deeply gets an
offer they can’t refuse. “Any congressman who wants to investigate
this topic, if they take steps to actually investigate it, they are quietly approached
and given the ol’ carrot and stick treatment and most congressmen accept the carrot and
are basically promoted.” Forget storming the Iraq stargate. I hear Loch Ness is nice in September and
there’s plenty of hotels and Scotch. If you like this video, please subscribe to
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