In accordance to a set of images and reports, there are alien structures on the surface of the moon, and NASA has launched a 2-ton kinetic weapon to destroy this alien base, despite the international law prohibiting it.
One of the biggest mysteries of all time regarding UFOs and ‘alien life’ is if it actually exists and if the governments and space agencies around the world are covering this information.
Witnessing UFO’s on Earth and videos is nothing new in the past couple years, and a lot of attention has been drawn to Earth’s moon.
On the surface of Earth’s natural surface lay many ‘alien bases.’ Many believe that NASA and government agencies around the world have covered up this information. While the most interesting theory about the moon, remains involving a typical cover-up is the LCROSS mission by NASA where they bombed the surface for alleged ‘scientific’ purposes.
Despite the fact that it strictly prohibited, NASA released a ‘Centaur’ kinetic weapon which ultimately impacted the moon.
The last couple of decades has seen extremely important treaties that have made significant impact on Military Space Policy, and according to the BOOK –‘The Paths Of Heaven: The Evolution Of Airpower Theory’, the following treaties are of note:
1) The Outer Space Treaty (OST) which dates back to 1967, clearly states that international law applies BEYOND the atmosphere. The treaty of 1967 reemphasized standing international laws and initiated new space-related laws: Free Access to space and celestial bodies for peaceful intent, prohibitions on national appropriations of space or celestial bodies, prohibitions on putting any weapons of mass destruction in space or on celestial bodies.
2) The Antiballistic Missile (ABM) treaty of 1972 (which was signed between the USA and the USSR) banned the development, testing, and employment of space-based ABMs.
3) The Convention on Registration (1974) requires parties to maintain a registry of objects launched into space and report orbital parameters and general function of those objects to the UN.
4) And most importantly, the Environmental Modification Convention signed in 1980 which prohibits the hostile use of environmental modification.