Chicago Terror Cover For NATO Implementation Of SKYNET Terminator Program
David Chase Taylor
May 20, 2012
The highly controversial 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago has gained unprecedented news coverage in respect to the Occupy protests and arrests, the war in Afghanistan and the NATO attack on Pakistan in November of 2011, all of which appear to be cover for implementation of the 5th SKYNET, whereby NATO military satellites which will finally be integrated with NATO’s “Smart Defense” killer drone program.
SKYNET, although billed as a fictional name for the terminator program in the “Terminator” movie series, is in fact a real-life NATO military program that appears to be nearing completion.
According to Wikipedia, “Skynet is a family of military satellites, now operated by Paradigm Secure Communications on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence, which provide strategic communication services to the three branches of the British Armed Forces and to NATO forces engaged on coalition tasks.” Although SKYNET has been around since 1969, the 2012 NATO summit marks the first time in history that the full-scale legalization and implementation of robotic terminators is on the political agenda.
A CNN article dated May 20, 2012, entitled “NATO summit opens against backdrop of protests, foiled terror plot”, nicely hides the real undercover agenda of the 2012 NATO Summit: :
“Two senior U.S. officials said NATO leaders would agree Sunday to purchase shared surveillance drones as part of “smart defense,” a term used to describe efforts to do more with less at a time when many nations’ defense budgets are being slashed. Thirteen countries will buy the drones, while other NATO members will help with logistics and data analysis”.