Weather Warfare, Geoengineering and The Deep State
by ELANA FREELAND (GLOBAL RESEARCH)
(February 13, 2017) The race to control space began in 1945 when Operation Paperclip  brought committed Nazi engineers, technicians, and scientists to the United States to engineer their wonders during the Hegelian ruse known to history as the Cold War.
One example among the 10,000 Nazis who sought refuge in the U.S. was Arthur Rudolph, former colleague of Wernher von Braun, aerospace engineer and NASA director of the Marshall Space Flight Center.
Rudolph had been director of the Mittelwerk underground rocket factory nicknamed Dantes Inferno where 52,000 prisoners turned out 6,000 V-2 rockets.
From 1951 to 1961, Rudolph worked for Martin Marietta in Waterton, Colorado; in 1995, Martin Marietta merged with Lockheed Corporation to form Lockheed Martin.
Initially in charge of R&D for the Pershing missile, Rudolph became an American citizen, headed the Saturn project for NASA, and received the Distinguished Service Award.
In 1984, he renounced his U.