This Doesn't Sound Correct - NASA Trying to Do Any Good!

in #gems2 years ago

I'm sure I'm not the only one skeptical of whatever comes from any US agency, especially after decades of dominance and all they produced worldwide was negative if not evil, inflicted enormous suffering upon millions of people, murdering in the process hundreds of thousands if not millions of innocent people in their regime change wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Syria, to name a few, all under the humanitarian guise and to do good.


This smells bad, what do you think? What happens if they do manage to deviate the asteroid and it bounced back harder toward Earth, or they managed to scatter it into smaller uncontrollable pieces which would shower down on more innocent people? Wasn't it just a few days ago that the US was leading its barking allies against a successful controlled Russian shooting a still satellite of their own?

Your objective comments are always welcome.

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I don't trust them, since when did they ever tell the truth? How about landing on the moon more than 52 years ago and then failing to send astronauts to near orbit and even getting some killed in a failed launch 3 decades after the alleged moon landing? Or the star wars race which was a complete fabrication to push the USSR to invest heavily in a weapons race, which the Russians are reaping its benefits as you mentioned in a previous article and not the USA and its club, the bottom line NASA lied... I don't trust them and would never trust anything any US official says, or any NATO official, in general, says.