Spy Satellite Octopus Launched into Space “Nothing is Beyond our Reach”

I wrote earlier about the Octopus, which involved the death of a reporter preparing to unravel its tentacles. It’s amazing how the Octopus image clutching the Earth is associated with that same Nazi infested CIA mindset that gave rise to McCarthyism of the 1950’s, is now on a spy satellite, proudly displaying the same hateful paranoia.

Joseph Daniel Casolaro, an American freelance writer who came to public attention in 1991 when he was found dead in a bathtub in room 517 of the Sheraton Hotel in Martinsburg, West Virginia, his wrists slashed 10–12 times.

Casolaro was investigating possible links between BCCI, Iran-Contra, and INSLAW. He called the covert operation, in which the CIA was involved, “The Octopus.” His death became controversial because his notes suggested he was in Martinsburg to meet a source about a story he called “The Octopus.”

Now those Octopus’ tentacles have been launched into space in the form of a spy satellite:

octopus logo on rocketOn 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.

SOURCE:  “Nothing is Beyond Our Reach” Underneath”


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