Satellite for A Sugar Republic
Post date: Oct 15, 2008 3:00:42 PM
The belief that nothing worthy is easy, denies the simple truth, which brings freedom. Dr. Bull’s assassination, thousands of miles away brought international reporters to the sleepy village of Fairy Valley. He wrote his book “Paris Kanonen – the Paris guns (Wilhelmgeschutze) and Project HARP. - “THE APPLICATION OF MAJOR CALIBRE GUNS TO ATMOSPHERIC AND SPACE ESEARCH. In it he clarified many aspects of his work and reconstructed the German guns, which delivered their shells over a distance of more than 120 kilometres. He produced the history, schematics, diagrams, details and projections of his own technology of his HARP gun. He wrote about new dimensions of gun-technology that were exceeding conventional techniques. Bull dedicated his book:-
Bull dedicated his book to;
The author believes it fitting that this present work be dedicated to:-ARTHUR G. TRUDEAU [Head of US military intelligence][Head of US military intelligence]Whose initial enthusiasm brought about the HARP programmed, which in turn led to the studies of the Paris Gun And the late ERROL W. BARROW PRIME MINISTER OF BARBADOS
Whose personal interest in developing research activities in his country made the HARP-Barbados programme possible.
Bull received his doctorate from McGill at twenty-four, was the pioneer mind behind wind tunnels, rocket designs and ballistics. The Canadian government’s Research and Defence Institute (CARDI) took this young man under their wing and developed his scientific talents. His lifetime idea and work was force, speed and trajectory. He was one of the only people in the world that had an idea of the mathematics behind high velocity physics - aerodynamically designed projectiles fired from barrel lengths, at tremendous speed and force, boosted with rockets and packed with explosives.......................
The largest gun in the world was in Bimshire and was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest firing gun; at vertical declination it fired a projectile 200 miles into the skies. The guns could shoot thirty miles and hit a target the size of a tennis court nine times out of ten. Boom! Orbit! Satellites! Space Gun! The Iraqi “Doomsday Gun.” The breach of the gun became a laboratory and people came from all over the world: military men, mechanical engineers, and experts on guns, brought their ideas on paper and the small group of locals and foreign scientist under Dr. Bull made them work. More space probes were sent above and research done on conditions in the upper atmosphere over Barbados than Cape Kennedy or any other part of the globe and much of the information about upper atmospheric conditions and re-entry patterns used at the Cape for the space programme was collected in the island. The experiments carried out were quoted in scientific magazines and papers. Space research, however, was not to be for Barbadians or the world at large.
The science of rocketry and the science of weapons are related, “sister sciences.” A simple mathematical equation equals the optimum barrel for field artillery. A longer barrel plus an extended firing shell could travel 30 kilometres or over - one and a half times - farther than its standard counterpart. In a controlled test, SRC shells shattered into 4,756 fragments as compared with the 1,356 fragments from TNT filled NATO shell. It had a “very nice killing pattern,” a NATO general declared. With new materials of greater tensile strength, this was the future of modern science. Since the 1960’s Dr. Bull was made a citizen of the US so that he could work in their laboratory and be privy to the design of its intelligence and scientific community. The Prime Minister of the island at this time claimed the pronunciation of his name, Barrow, as Barouche although face-to-face, he was manifestly black, had in a small amount of white and was not manifestly mulatto or white.
The twenty Jewish families on the island, most of them poor and fleeing, were engaged in retail merchandising, real estate and to a lesser degree in garment manufacturing. They invited Barrrow into the synagogue gave him money sent him to Israel from where he came back with more money and he recognized the state of Israel. There is, as yet, no Palestinian charge d’affaire. Prime Barrow was on handouts under the aegis of Henry Kissinger and his plan for the “new NATO.” He belittled Arabs offers of money to developing countries as leverage against Israel in the United Nations and what they were getting out of it. He played the “game of nations” where people and nations are pawns. The oil crisis of 1973 and the international economic recession meant that his government would not have the money to afford more capital ventures and could not guarantee an expanded wages bill. Nevertheless when the Arabs came offering soft investment loans to offset the effect of the oil crisis that also was new potential sources of credit he refused their offers and doomed his people to further economic hardship. He was at a personal loss as how to handle the problem of the growing national debt nevertheless he was loyal to the West.
Kissinger offered the Israelis complete cooperation with the NSC apparatus including their most secretive intercepts and he institutionalised it as a policy arrangement under the secret Johnson-Eschol secret nuclear pact. A huge ring inside U.S. intelligence covert operations saw the transfer of nuclear material to Israel for bomb production. In 1968 a German built freighter of Liberian registry the Scheersbur left Antwerp with five hundred and sixty drums of yellowcake uranium oxide weighing two hundred tons. The cargo’s declared designation was Genoa. The yellowcake was smuggled to Israel’s Diminona reactor in the Negev dessert. Rafi Etian the head to Mossad covert operations in Europe who was indicted in the US for directing the espionage active of convicted Navy intelligence spy Jonathan Pollard was accused of helping with the smuggling of uranium from the Apollo nuclear plant to Israel and in Europe for the theft of uranium.
After Israel stole their nuclear capability they said that Bull’s technology was obsolete but in 1975 they called him again through a retired US army colonel and asked him to sell them extended range shells. The shells were shipped to Belgium where fuses and explosives were added and then on to South Africa.
Israel was dependent on Nigeria for 60% of its oil and from the early 60s the Mossad supplied information to South Africa’s apartheid regime on African National Congress (ANC) members in exile and caused hundreds to be arrested, tortured and killed by the racist. In Gordon Thomas’s book Gideon’s Spies - The Secret History of the Mossad he writes in Chapter 13 entitled African Connections: “The prospect of thousands of trained and well-armed [African revolutionaries] being within a few hours striking distance of Israel was alarming to its politicians and intelligence. But to provoke this guerrilla army when they had offered no direct threat could lead to a confrontation Israel did not want. …Meir Amit [Israel’s then Chief of Military Intelligence] when Kwame Nkrumah, the pro-Chinese ruler of Ghana, was on a state visit to Beijing, Mossad orchestrated the uprising that led to both Nkrumah’s overthrow and the destruction of the CIS [Chinese secret service] infrastructure in the country … having set the two bastions of communism at each other’s throats while at the same time, as Merit Amit later put it “working our way into the African woodwork’ … Mossad turned its attention to the one intelligence service in Africa it had come to look upon as a friend: the bureau of state security, BOSS, the most feared arm of South Africa’s security apparatus. Boss matched Mossad in blackmail, sabotage, forgery, kidnapping, prisoner interrogation, psychological warfare and assassination.. Like Mossad, BOSS had a free hand in how it dealt with its opponents. The two services quickly became bedfellows. Often operating in tandem, they moved through Africa, enjoined by a secret “understanding” between Israel’s Prime Minister, Golda Meir, and the Pretoria regime. .. In a dozen countries, Mossad exploited newfound African nationalism. This chapter is required reading for all African and black people.
After the 1977 UN worldwide arms embargo on the sale of weapons to the apartheid regime the CIA persuaded Bull to helped arm them in order to preserve “Western strategic interest” in southern Africa against Fidel’s Castro’s “communist-backed’ Cuban mercenaries using Soviet weapons for which Cuba earned $1,000.00 per month per man in hard to come by US Dollars. Bull supplied them with what they needed for success, the longest firing artillery gun in the world and sold twenty percent of ARMSCOR the South African government owned arms company SRC. It was a short-lived love affair.
The premier intelligence agency in the United States is not the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) if the allocation of money is an indication of power, the National Security Agency (NSA), which receives the largest government budget, is the most powerful intelligence bureaucracy in the world. It was established by the National Security Act of 1947 and is exempt from any law that does not mention it by name in the text of that law. The Agency’s differs from the CIA, which is charged with foreign intelligence gathering and the FBI responsibility for federal criminal violation. They have jurisdiction over electronic signals and the space in which they travel. In the fifty years it took for space flight to realize, the empire of NSA control and the subversive power of ruling an invisible government had passed to the NSA, whose members, unlike those of the CIA cannot be prosecuted in the performance of their duty. The true menace is the lawlessness of its corruption and its open abuse of power. It does as it pleases and the system of government in the United States has evolved under their pressure to the point where they are responsible for setting United States policy. They vet everyone but themselves and are no less filled with blunders, incompetence and career climbing officials out to make quick names for themselves. Their directors come from the same fields of men that make Washington politics renown for secrets, scandals and cover-ups.
In July 1975 one of their sub committees began a $317 million secret plan in Southern Africa signed by Gerald Forde. The Chief of the Angola Task Force, John Stockwell, later wrote a book on the operation, “In Search of Enemies: A CIA Story.” He descried the document as deliberately vague, unspecific and to be flashed out in verbal briefings. The document stated that the President found the operation to be important to the national security of the United States. No country was specified only the continent, Africa, and it was described as the provisions of material support and advice to moderate nationalist movements for their used in creating a stable climate to allow genuine self-determination in the newly emerging African States.
It was planned according to the situation as perceived by Kissinger. Kissinger’s perception of the Angola conflict was based on a theory of global policy: He used the shipping lanes of the giant tankers that bring oil from the Middle East around the Horn of Africa to the United States to rationalise his opposition to the Soviets present. Although Angola had little importance to American national security and little economic importance beyond the Robusta coffee it sold to American markets and the small amounts of Petroleum gulf oil pumped from the Cabindan oil fields. The Assistant Secretary of State for American Affairs resigned because Kissinger rejected his recommendation that the US seek a diplomatic solution in Angola and play no active role in the country’s civil war. In July 1975 the first planeload of arms left South Caroline for Angola. The African division chief of operation in the CIA while giving Stockwell his charge told him that the Soviets were “screwing around in Angola and the CIA was supposed to stop them.
When Castro continued to use the only airplane he had that could reach Southern Africa to send troops to Angola to fight with Soviet supplied weapons two CIA terrorist, Freddie Lugo and Richardo Lozano who worked for an organization called Condor, which was backed by the CIA, on Wednesday 6th October 1976, left a bomb on the Cuban plane, which was operating as a normal passenger flight as it sat on the tarmac at Seawell Airport, Barbados. The bomb exploded as the aircraft started its ascent out of the island, two miles off island and all seventy-three persons on board were killed. It was the worst act of US terrorism against Cuba and the largest number of Cubans killed since the Bay of Pigs invasion. In terms of shock and worldwide publicity it is one of the worst terrorist acts committed in the late 20th century. It ranks with such acts of infamy as the Munich massacre in 1972; the bombing of the US Marine Barracks in Beirut in 1983; the bombing of the Pan Am 747 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988 and the World Trade Center bombing in 1995; the bombing of the Oklahoma Federal Building; the Osaka subway nerve-gas attacks and the simultaneous Dar Es Salaam and Nairobi US Embassy bombing in 1998. If the effectiveness of terrorism relies on the impact an act has on world public attention then the Cubana bombing, was a successful terrorist operation which polarized world opinion, .The whole North Korean Olympic fencing team was on board flight the plane, eleven Guyanese and fifty-seven Cubans. Chief amongst the formulators of this act of terrorism were foremost, George Bush, the then head of the CIA - the Director of Central Intelligence, (DCI); Henry Kissinger, the Secretary of State; and Brent Scrowcroft, the National Security Advisor. This should have driven the last nail in the coffin of Kissinger’s foreign policy, and spell the end of George Bush’s political career and his cronies in the CIA.
It was mass murder.
On June 5th, the CIA began the programme that would lead to this tragedy, when its agents bombed the Cuban mission to the United Nations in New York. It was not the first time the CIA committed a terrorist act in the U.S. using Cuban exiles in a breech of its Charter prohibiting operations on its own soil. On July 9th, agents exploded a bomb on the luggage trailer for Cubana Airlines at Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica. A day later the peace and tranquility of a tropical evening were shattered as operatives exploded a bomb in Independence Square, a quiet promenade in Bridgetown, Barbados, at the British West Indies Airways (BWIA) office that handled Cubana. On July 12th, they bombed Air Panama’s office in Bogotá, Columbia. Air Panama handled Cubana Airlines. On July 23rd, agents attempted to kidnap the Cuban Council in Mexico. On August 09th, spies kidnapped and killed two Cuban embassy officials in Argentina. On August 17th, the Agency exploded two bombs in the offices of Cubana in Panama.
A fair and open trial of the terrorist would mean exposure. The only way to prevent an international scandal was to have the new Labour Prime Minister of Barbados intercede. In spite of all the evidence handed to him. Adams ruled that the government had no jurisdiction in the matter and no crime was committed that was prosecutable in Barbadian courts – never mind he had bits and pieces of some of the seventy-three people two confidential confessions from the terrorist, two diaries with dates and two hundred pages of corroborating evidence obtained by the Trinidadian government when they arrested and detained the two terrorist
A fair and open trial of the terrorist would mean exposure. The only way to prevent an international scandal was to have the new Labour Prime Minister of Barbados intercede. In spite of all the evidence handed to him. Adams ruled that the government had no jurisdiction in the matter and no crime was committed that was prosecutable in Barbadian courts – never mind he had bits and pieces of some of the seventy-three people two confidential confessions from the terrorist, two diaries with dates and two hundred pages of corroborating evidence obtained by the Trinidadian government when they arrested and detained the two terrorists...........................
The Devil, according to some Christian ethics, is the Lord of the flesh who rules over the material world with his four horsemen he threatens all life with famine, disease, war and poverty.
The Democrats used Bull as a whipping boy for breaking their own embargo. In the fall of 1979, Joshua Nkomo, one of the guerrilla leaders, fighting to overthrow the white minority government of Ian Smith in Rhodesia visited Cuba and Castro told him that Cuban intelligence had picked up reports from dock workers in Antigua that a Canadian based company was shipping arms to Rhodesia. An opposition leader in Antigua began a campaign against the company and he claimed that the Antigua government were training a private army with Bull’s help.
Jimmy Carter’s administration just sworn in, began a worldwide democracy campaign of human rights. Carter’s administration was no kinder or human towards sovereign nations, in fact, after Billygate, the true nature of the Democratic slush fund of covert illegal activities tarnished what remained of Carter’s do-good image.
After a carefully controlled disinformation campaign that began in the Caribbean amongst the minions of small island political party life and bogus revolutionary fronts funded by Cuba and worked up to Washington officials in the Carter administration the Prime Minister of Antigua reluctantly and under heavy pressure of the propaganda asked the project to leave the island. In Barbados the new Labour administration compulsorily acquired its property and refused to pay.
In order to make Bull comply with their wishes and not rock the boat with any revelations that would unhinge the Democrat’s foreign policy, the Democrats threatened to close Bull’s Highwater/Vermont complex and bankrupt his companies. A plea bargain was suggested to Bull as a way of keeping everybody happy but Bull resisted. He knew that he was a scapegoat to cover the trail of Kissinger’s - now chairman of the Northern American Trilateral Commission - strings behind Carter. To save his work Bull finally agreed to plead guilty in exchange for a suspended sentence but they betrayed him again. He pleaded guilty and they turned and sentenced him to one year in jail - six months of which was suspended - as an international criminal for breaking the United Nations arms embargo in South Africa. Cuba had scored a victory.
What the small islanders in the Caribbean did not understand was the nature of their slavery under the developing One World Government but this was in the years to come by then the writing was on the wall for there was no more East and West, only the rich and the poor.
Bull spent more that ten years trying to prove that he was not a profiteer and that the government that had convicted him had set him up under orders from its highest authorities – the National Security Council, Henry Kissinger, the Secretary of State who had worked closely with Bull and Israel, George Bush who was the head of the CIA, and the President, Gerald Ford.
He tried to appeal his conviction but bowed to threats made against his life. He tried to secure a pardon, which does in hindsight seems possible, as under the presidency of Nelson Mandela the G5 ‘white tiger’ gun, the most accurate, durable, and longest firing field gun is a source of South African military pride and sold all over black Africa.
In the defence writer Russell Warren Howe’s monumental book Weapons it is reported that the Charge d’Affair of the U.S. Embassy in Bridgetown had written a secret report that “A Barbados-born SRC employee had called on him at the embassy and had taken a threatening tone…” at the beginning of the investigation into the South African arms deal.
This Barbadian SRC employed who negotiated the Iraq deal and kept his silence has a new life since Bull’s murder. He is chairperson of the British/Barbados culture committee the players of the Great Game at the centre of the British ex-patriots and Jewish Hofjudens, with their MI6 and off shore banking. He has adapted to the new order of things and speaks of Kissingers and Bronffmans, one of Kissinger’s Associates, in his housecoat and his old masters paintings.
With the withdrawal of the Canadian government and the US Army from the project Bull transformed the project into the first privately owned ballistic company and Broffman’s financing was used for sometime. The Broffmans are head of one of the largest Zionist organization. Their Broffman building is on the McGill campus off St. Catherine Street in Montreal was Bull’s first office. The Broffman made their money bootlegging with the Kennedys. The Broffman’s illegal whiskey, “chickencock,” killed over 20,000 people in Canada during prohibition.
A string of books including a film, The Doomsday Gun, after Bull’s assassination, saw the CIA, fronting for the NSC, in an effort to cover–up that the Mossad killed Bull, release the news that they had gone to and appealed to Bull’s patriotism.
The NSC is the root and problem of the United States government corruption, for the agency more than any other provides the information by which myriads of special interest and their special committees decide United States policy. A good compassion to it is the British Secret Service, which is said to have no face. It is a shifting balance of forces and individuals in the cabinet, the establishment and the intelligence services.
It is not dogma or heresy that makes it dangerous for such men as Bull, as it did for Galileo but the intent of the intelligence world to keep a lid on its double-dealings. There are secrets to its operations that have to be kept hidden from a docile and vulnerable population and Bull was not content to keep within certain confines of his research.
Imperialism is in vogue. There is a proliferation of imperialist propaganda, in which intellectuals, artists, the media and politicians have found currency. The attitude is that it is a dirty world but somebody has to do it; someone must protect Western Civilization. It is what CLR James, writer and one of the great political thinkers of this century called barbarism. When the Zionist killed Bull they tried to destroy the past so that new Imperialism can appropriate the future.
Early in the year 1981, two years after Saddam Hussein took over control of Iraq, the man in charge of Iraq’s defence, Arbid Arbid, met Bull’s reoreentatives in Paris. The Iraqis complained about the inefficiencies of a howitzer they had bought from Austria which they had modified using his patent. SRC told them that South Africa used the same howitzer technology but a later edition.
Oddly enough, a few weeks later an Israeli F4 Phantom Jet armed with smart bombs, flown by the astronaut who died recently in the American space programme shuttle accident, blew up Iraq’s nuclear reactor at Osirak.
Bull and his general manager spent many weeks at a time in Iraq. They found the Iraqi people an educated, intelligent, caring, loving and giving people with a large middle class; he loved them and they in turn loved him. They gave him two golden guns in true James Bond style. The night he received them, they were in a holster and he pulled them out and played with them. Nothing could have pleased him more, sixty and balding yet forever the golden boy-scientist or so he thought.
The small sandy cove was called Wood Fancy on the old maps. An old Amerindian cave was beneath the cliff, on the beach. Tools were found and tables and seats carved in the coral are still there. Northwest of Wood Fancy is one of the longest beaches on the island called Long Beach where there was also a large Amerindian settlement. That coast was one of the first stops on a rowing expedition from the south. It was an easy cove into which to drift. It collected Japanese fishing buoys, pieces of nets, and all kinds of and flotsam and jetsam.
On this coral cliff, in the south east overlooking the breaking waves of the Atlantic at the old plantation house called Paragon was this historic and unique space research centre capable of launching inexpensive rockets into space using a ‘super-gun’ - the largest ‘space-gun’ ever fired – which shot specially designed shells to 200 km above the earth for peaceful upper atmospheric space research.
. The landing and installation of the gun for which railway lines had to be constructed and a local man was squeezed to death between two ships and the achievement on this coastal cliff is recorded as the largest act of cooperation between the US and Canadian governments.
A tiny but powerful cliché in the aerospace lobby, realized that a fantastic technology had been developed in a tiny “sugar republic”, more importantly; they feared that their monopoly in space could be broken and their slice of the billions of dollars space budget cut back by competition from the project’s more inexpensive launch system. It was unimaginable to these vested interests that wanted to control space that someone, at this important time, somewhere beyond their reach, in a small one hundred and sixty-six square-mile, just-independent island-nation, had become an advanced technological space centre and led an independent programme.
Satellite technology was in its infancy. Only five years before the U.S.S.R. had successfully launched “Sputnik I’, the first orbiting satellite – a 23-inch, ball orbiting at 560 miles every 97 minutes above the earth. The Americans followed a year later with ‘Score’; the second ‘Courier’ and in 1962 the third ‘Echo.’ The telecommunications application of satellite technology was in its planning stages, but already industry’s leaders, AT&T and RCA who launched their first satellites in 1962 were predicting an “information highway” in space and an “interactive network” that would make land-lines obsolete.
Between 1963 and 1971, the Commercial satellite co-operation (COMSAT) perfected its international telecommunication satellite system, INTELSAT. A series of early Bird commercial communications satellites were launched in geo-synchronous orbit between 1965 and 1971 that handled the bulk of international satellite communications. Not until the 1972 “open skies policy’ of the Federal Communications Committee (FCC), did it became legal to put private domestic satellites in American air-space. This gave time to companies like Bell Telephone, the same RCA, West Star and the Commercial Satellite Cooperation to coordinate their planned monopolization of space and satellite technology.
Bull’s project brought the technology, which generated developments in the island’s electronics, its mechanical engineering and its radio telemetry. The avionics of the island’s airport, outfitted by their technicians was the best surveillance radar in the Caribbean. By the time of the project’s completion the Paragon range was largely self-sufficient for its engineering and electronic needs most of which was supplied by trained locals who then took into the economy the engineering and electronic skill, which had the project, continued would have transformed the technical base of the economy. The gun rockets were assembled and machined in the project’s mechanic shops with sophisticated machine tools, solid fuel prepared and loaded into projectiles, radar tracking synchronised with other sites in the nearby islands of Trinidad, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Grenada and a totally integrated launch control with direct link to North Troy, Vermont, USA, the project’s headquarters. Technicians were trained to do the majority of the work. There was precious little to be bought readymade nor could the technology be found anywhere so the project used discarded equipment from places like the US Armed Forces and other countries. They modified the equipment to suit their specific needs and produced the required effects. They took systems from amateur radio and modified them and when they could not buy certain electrical equipment they built them.
Had cheaper, more plentiful satellite systems been put up by regional bodies or even nations in South America the development of the electronic media, telephony and satellite link-ups would have transformed the information economy of the entire region to an industry based on primary engineering facilities built, owned and operated by the people of the region.
On a tiny scale, but mirrored to what would be found in the other parts of the moderately developing world, the change to inter-active services: cellular and computer networking would have been facilitated more quickly. The glaring communications gap of today between the informed minority and uninformed majority - the increasing gap between rich and power, large numbers of unemployed and unemployable and the collapse of our industries could not have happened.
From 1964, when the Canadian Government expressed an interest in using the 16-inch space-gun to put satellites in orbit, to the projects closure this secret lobby did all it could to ensure that Bull’s technology would not be used for satellite launching. The lobby was able to undercut the security of the Canadian government, the funding of the McGill University affiliated work in atmosphere study and the US designed companies, which developed guidance and propellant systems for the “gun-rockets.”
The situation today, with the regional satellite network under monopoly rates for images from its satellites, the exorbitant telecommunications rates and the regional lack of co-operation even in the development of teaching would have been avoided. Added to this the decline in the cultural identity under the two-pronged attack of foreign media products and an educational system that divorces science from the humanities. Developing countries have been denied human resources so necessary for private business and government.
The detractors continue to insure that work of this nature anywhere in the developing world cannot continue. The attacks and disinformation campaigns even today show the false images that developing countries foist on themselves when they create a culture ripe for the picking of the neo-colonialist.