The Tiny Italian Town Killing the U.S. Navy’s Surveillance Plans

“There are many things about Italy that are not so well known. The Vatican has the second best observatory tour in the world, just for priests who like watching the stars you see (sarcasm). One of the islands off the coast of Rome has an entrance to middle earth, and a tunnel system that runs from Malta to the underground levels of the Vatican and, I’m guessing, connects to Sicily which has huge crystal caves beneath it; some of the crystals are over two meters tall.
Greece, whose philosophers were worth millions per person sent these guys to live in Sicily!? Marconis first lab was set up there for only one year, at a big cost. Where it was had some strange events a few years ago. Check out the strange happenings in Carrini. There’s a lot of hidden stuff there.”
The fence of the American military base NRTF-8 (Naval Radio Facility Transmitter) of Niscemi within which it's under construction the MUOS station, composed of three large satellite dishes with a diameter of 18.4 meters. The base covers an area of ??2,509 meter squares and inside are already active, since 1991, 41 antennas of about 140 meter high the purpose of which is the transmission with military submarines.
The Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) is a satellite communication system at very high frequency and narrowband composed of four satellites and four ground stations, one of which is under construction in Niscemi (Sicily). Ignored so far from the rest of Italy but denounced by protest movements and population, the site, whose danger for the population and health risks are scary, triggered movements including the activists "Mothers No Muos", in the first line in the blocks against the Americans transport vehicles and ready to do anything to defend the future of their children.
The Muos program, run by the Department of Defense of the United States, will integrate naval forces, air and ground moving anywhere in the world. It will include four systems stations on the ground, three of which were born in semi-desert areas (Western Australia, Southeast Virginia and in Hawaii) unlike with the site Niscemi instead located in an area with a high population density.
The site of Niscemi, however, is the most strategic of the four and the White House does not want to give it up. In fact it will switch traffic on the Middle East and Africa and will allow the military to communicate in disadvantaged environments, such as wooded areas where higher frequency signals would be unacceptably mitigated by the forest canopy.
The installation in Niscemi, strategic for its proximity to the U.S. base of Sigonella, has been the subject of protests by the population and local representatives including the Mayor of Niscemi Francesco La Rosa. The damage to health and the environment

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