What Censor's Don't Want Us To Know About Space Mining and Moon Tracks?

What Censor's Don't Want Us To Know About Space Mining and Moon Tracks?
By: Michael D. Tobin
5-14-17

I think we have vehicles way more capable than the ones they tell us they're using. So they use the crappy ones for video and the way better ones for what they don't tell us. Our government is pretty deceptive, and they're always cutting the NASA camera feed when it captures some flying crafts because either they are ours or someone else's and seems the protocol is to cut feed regardless of us or any other nation's crafts. Then you have all the kukes who wishfully think there's aliens, but it's all stuff we try to keep secret from other countries and from us. That is their playground that we pay them to go have themselves a freaking ball. Man I sound negative but just giving up believing anything and EVERYTHING that comes out of anything we are told by government. At least I try sometimes but my friend, Tony Guy, editor and creator of "Failed Political Reality", continued his statements saying, "... these are from an area no where near the alleged Apollo moon landing site." So I believe we have vehicles way more capable than the ones they tell us they're using. So they use the crappy ones for video and the way better ones for what they don't tell us. With NASA always cutting the LIVE NASA camera feed when it captures some flying crafts, I also believe either they are ours or someone else's and cutting of the camera feed, seems to be the protocol, regardless of us or any other nation's crafts are suddenly in the scene.
So Tony Guy also repeated, "That's why I questioned as to whether or not we or some other country have sent exploration vehicles there and no one was informed of it. But then again if it is from a private company not receiving taxpayer money, then there really is no obligation to inform Americans of any progress or failures."

The subject here is some photos circulating through social media and even national news, about supposed vehicle tracks on the moon, not made by American craft, and far from any American landings or so-called capabilities, as noted by Tony Guy's research. Here is an actual mainstream media link about the subject matter:

'Alien tank' found on the Moon, UFO hunters say


And here are photos that my friend stilled from some video that is circulating and as portrayed on a FOX tv news station.





So I just looked up my recollection that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich mentioned during his 2012 candidacy question that he was in favor of space exploration, and yes it was the 2012 campaign he mentioned it in 2011 and here's a 2015 article that re-visited the subject. And I actually do like the privatized aspect of something like that. Actually there's a big company in Carlsbad, CA right near me, where I actually lived for 7 years up until the end of 2015, that is popular for their private space travel rockets they are still trying to get started.
But getting into the real weird, strangely enough, is that I was able to share the following article once, on my friends fb post as a reply with a reference source article. But then afterward, I was unable to post it on my own timeline, and I guess in the spirit of social media censoring certain content on their sites, I was presented with a refusal to be allowed to even post it on my own site, along with this message.
Facebook pop-up window refusing and censoring my ability to post the link below.

So here it is in my blog, and I am cut/pasting, as I often do, because even when online content "WASN'T" being censored, things often disappear, so I often cut/paste for the sake of history. Period.

How Newt Gingrich’s moon base became ‘pretty cool’

BY MARK R. WHITTINGTON -  http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/technology/257501-how-newt-gingrichs-moon-base-became-pretty-cool

The most bemused man in America must be former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. In response to a question at a campaign stop in New Hampshire, former Florida governor and current presidential candidate Jeb Bush pronounced Gingrich’s idea of a moon base as “pretty cool.” The former speaker must be asking himself, where was that kind of support in 2012 when he first proposed building a moon base by 2020? Indeed, a number of recent developments have made the once ridiculed idea cool again.
The saga of the Gingrich moon base proposal started in the heat of the Republican primary campaign in late January2012. Gingrich, then running for president, delivered a space policy address at a town hall in Brevard Country, Florida, where a great number of aerospace workers reside. The heart of his space policy consisted of a moon base that he suggested would be constructed “commercially.” He did not provide any more details or lay out a rationale for the bold project, aside from vague references about restoring American leadership in space.
The very next day, during a debate in Tampa, Gingrich’s main rival for the Republican nomination, Mitt Romney, ridiculed the moon base proposal. “If I had a business executive come to me and say, ‘I want to spend a few hundred billion dollars to put a colony on the moon,’ I’d say, ‘You’re fired.’” Gingrich, blindsided, had no coherent retort.
Romney’s harsh response was curious, to say the least. For one thing, establishing a moon base had been part of official American government policy under President George W. Bush’s Constellation program. The policy was not controversial. For another thing, Romney counted among his supporters return to the moon advocates such as former NASA Administrator Mike Griffin and Apollo astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon.
None of that mattered. Gingrich’s moon base was even the subject of a Saturday Night Live skit. In short order, the idea and Gingrich’s candidacy sank out of sight. Romney won the Republican nomination and went on to be defeated by President Barack Obama.
Fast forward three and a half years. A NASA-funded study conducted by a think tank called NextGen Space LLC concluded that a lunar base could be constructed, not for a “few hundred billion dollars,” but for less than $100 billion. The moon boots of astronauts could be on the lunar soil starting in 2021 for $10 billion. The secret to the relatively low price tag is that the project would be done commercially, just as Gingrich proposed.

And here's an article from 2011
Newt Gingrich on Space Exploration: 'NASA Is Standing in the Way' - Published June 14, 2011 http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2011/06/14/newt-gingrich-on-space-exploration-nasa-is-standing-in-way.html

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