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Oki is a Canadian videographer whose work explores the absurd fringes of modern life. Visitors to his YouTube channel, Oki's Weird Stories, can expect tales of space aliens, psychopaths, and John McAfee (who may very well have been a space alien and a psychopath). Oki’s latest video, How I Infiltrated a Bizarre Conspiracy Cult, exposes a somewhat obscure conspiracy theory, the Secret Space Program.

For some background, watch an exposé of the Secret Space Program (not by Oki) here:

According to Wikipedia:

NASA was established in 1958, succeeding the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). The new agency was to have a distinctly civilian orientation, encouraging peaceful applications in space science. Since its establishment, most US space exploration efforts have been led by NASA, including the Apollo Moon landing missions, the Skylab space station, and later the Space Shuttle. NASA is supporting the International Space Station and is overseeing the development of the Orion spacecraft, the Space Launch System, Commercial Crew vehicles, and the planned Lunar Gateway space station. The agency is also responsible for the Launch Services Program, which provides oversight of launch operations and countdown management for uncrewed NASA launches.

Of course, everybody knows that Wikipedia is propaganda for the elite ruling class. Otherwise, it would have mentioned the long-known but little-acknowledged fact that there are actually two American space programs: one for public consumption (NASA), one for the New World Order.

One of the earliest reference to the Secret Space Program can be found in something called “Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal” by the pseudonymous William Torbitt. Also known as “The Torbitt Document,” this photocopied manuscript began making its way through the JFK assassination research community in 1970.

David Hatcher Childress, in the book NASA, Nazis, and JFK (Adventures Unlimited Press, 1996), writes:

The Torbitt Document was a damning exposé of J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon Johnson, John Connally and Werner von Braun, among many others, for their role in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. [It] emphasizes … the link between Operation Paperclip (sic) Nazi scientists working for NASA, the Defense Industrial Security Command (DISC), the assassination of JFK, and the secret Nevada air base known as Area 51….

Indeed, the Torbitt Document paints a dark picture of NASA, the military industrial complex, and the connections to Mercury, Nevada and the Area 51 complex which headquarters the “secret space program.”

A little later, in 1977, a hoax documentary with soundtrack by Brian Eno titled Alternative 3 was broadcast on Anglia Television in the UK. It was meant to air on April Fools' Day, a detail that would’ve helped viewers understand that they were watching a work of fiction. Instead, it aired on June 20. (Another clue was that the end credits lists all the actors, something that many viewers missed altogether.) The film depicted a joint U.S./Soviet secret space program that was ferrying scientists to a colony on the moon.

One of the people who took this movie literally was the conspiracy theorist William Cooper. In his book Behold A Pale Horse (1991), he lays out the New World Order’s three options for dealing with climate change: Alternative 1 would use “nuclear devices to blast holes in the stratosphere from which the heat and pollution would escape into space.” Alternative 2: “build a vast number of underground cities and tunnels in which a select representation of all culture and occupations would survive and carry on the human race. The rest of humanity would be left to fend for themselves on the surface of the planet.”

The NWO, it turns out, chose Alternative 3: Send the elite to live on the moon, and the hell with the rest of us.

Over the years, the Secret Space Program mythology has only gotten weirder, incorporating teleportation, reincarnation, and a myriad of extraterrestrial races. This is big business, selling books, conference tickets, and memberships to Gaia, a streaming service that combines yoga workout videos with QAnon agitprop.

Nowadays, thanks to the internet, there is a thriving community of people who claim to be Secret Space Program “whistleblowers.” When Oki discovered this world, he knew what he had to do: Become known as a Secret Space Program whistleblower in his own right, and document the journey on YouTube.

Reptilian alien from the Alpha Draconis star system

Reptilian alien from the Alpha Draconis star system

“One of the main antagonists in the Secret Space Program conspiracy are the Draco,” Oki says, naming the reptilian extraterrestrials that Davide Icke is always bitching about. “Which you can also say is an antisemitic code word. There’s also that Andrew D. Basiago guy from Chicago. He’s a time traveler. He met Obama on Mars.”

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Another person who’s big in this scene is Corey Goode, who claims he was abducted by the military at the age of six in 1976 and later became a delegate in something called the E.T. SuperFederation Council.

From his bio:

Goode’s [psychic] abilities played an important role in communicating with (“interfacing with”) non-terrestrial beings as part of one of the Secret Space Programs (SSP). During his 20 year service he had a variety of experiences and assignments including the Intruder Intercept Interrogation Program, Assignment to the ASSR (Auxiliary Specialized Space Research), the SRV, (Interstellar Class Vessel) and much more. This all occurred in a “20 and Back” agreement from 1986/87-2007 with recall work continuing up to the present day.

Beginning in 2015, Goode hosted a program on the Gaia streaming service called Cosmic Disclosure. His “relationship with Gaia turned sour,” according to The Daily Beast, when “a top Gaia employee [allegedly] threatened him with a gun and pressured him to make 26 episodes of his show in a single week.” These days, Goode is probably the biggest name in the Secret Space Program community, packing 'em in at speaking gigs, appearing in documentaries, and selling beer cozies and mousepads on his website.

Besides Goode, there are a lot of other whistleblowers jockeying for power and influence in the Secret Space Program community. One of the most amusing is James Rink, the host of Super Soldier Talk. According Rink's bio:

I … operate Sibeus and Arbeus avatars and super soldier cyborg missions involving searches, rescues, and exterminations for montauk and OW ops. I have been subjected to trauma, monarch programming, and human cloning connected to military abductions and alien mind control.

Rink’s Super Soldier Talk website features interviews with other abductees and contains gems of wisdom like this:

1. In about 3 weeks the people will begin getting a monthly stipend. (UBI)
2. The Khazarians are Nazis from Mars and so are the satanic Orthodox Jews.
3. A phony war will start so the White Hats can use the ‘Rods of God’ on the Satanists.
4. Athletes & Pilots are dropping dead from drinking Adrenochrome after being jabbed.
5. Antarctica and Iceland were cleaned up of the Martians by Russia & U.S. Forces.
6. Inside Volcanoes are Adrenochrome Labs run by the Greys.
7. The Rockefeller Foundation is responsible for the sexual perversions in America.
8. Apple Cider Vinegar contains parasites just like pork. (stick to veggies)
9. David Icke is a Martian Asset. The Maxwells are Martian Royalty.
10. The Suez Canal incident was to stop child trafficking through a portal there.
11. Gitmo has gone from 700 prisoners to 30 who got life in prison. (670 dead)
12. Whoopie [sic] and Jenny McCarthy from the View have Covid. (Gitmo bound)
13. The destruction of Big Pharma is underway.
14. Quantum banking is to protect privacy and money.
15. Elvis had access to a time machine.
16. Project Looking Glass sees the future.
17. 5G has been made safe back to 432 hertz. (healing frequency)

Super Soldier Talk seemed like it was low-hanging fruit, so Oki invented a persona — a time-traveling “super soldier” — and set about getting booked on the show. Part of the process of getting booked included a hypnosis session conducted by Rink.

“It was regression hypnosis,” Oki says. “The whole goal of that was to get me into a state where I can recall the memories of my time in the Secret Space Program.”

And you know what? The hypnosis session worked. That is, the hypnosis itself was a dud, but Oki’s story of being a time-traveling, Black Samurai Draco Reptilian pushed all the right buttons, which led Rink to feature him on the Super Soldier Talk YouTube channel.

Really, there’s much more to this story — Oki learned what it takes to be a conspiracy theory influencer, attended a Secret Space Program seminar, and even traveled through space and time to meet Kevin Spacey.

But don’t take my word for it. Watch the movie here:

And don’t forget to check out Oki's Patreon page.

Bonus video: Using supplements and minerals to flush out nanobots, chemtrails, and “computer A.I. intelligence.”