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Several million people live on Mars

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Michael Salla concluded that major military operations offered the opportunity to siphon off huge sums of money for secret projects such as the one that took place at Montauk AFB in 1971-1983.

Based on testimony from informants, he believes they have perfected portal or Stargate technology there, which allowed humans to instantly travel to distant destinations such as Mars.

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Over the years, the Germans have continued their secret technology and space projects from Antarctica, he says, and

“I firmly believe right now that there are several million people on Mars who are part of this German breakaway colony.”

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