Oki Joins the Secret Space Program
Richard Dolan has written about the Secret Space Program at length. Captain Mark Richards, Randy Cramer, Andrew Basagio and others have asserted that they were part of it. Although he naturally denied it, even Obama is said to have been a member. Kerry Cassidy and numerous podcasts have discussed it. It has become an ingrained part of UFO lore and appears to be a growing business.
Perhaps you have read these heroic stories and want to fly to the stars and battle the Draco. This may be difficult to do, but there is no reason to let technicalities hold you back. If you can’t make it there in person, you can always create your own story and tell others about your adventures.
Oki, a Canadian videographer, has long documented strange tales, including stories of gay frogs and the Paul Bennowitz matter, on his YouTube Channel. He became interested in tales of Not-So-Secret Secret Space Program — including those of our own Mark Richards — and decided to explore it in person by infiltrating James Rink’s Super Soldier Talk.
It might be noted that supersoldiers are not necessarily members of the SSP. They may be genetically altered or enhanced to fight terrestrial battles or serve as assassins. Some supersoldiers may be werewolves or other creatures. Others emerge as assassins only in a dream state. The two groups, though, have much in common and often are part of the same conferences.
Readers of this site may have seen links to Rink’s interview with Jo Ann Richards, where we learned that Mark served on the highest levels of the Republican National Committee. More recently, listeners can learn of slave labor in the SSP, hear a report about retrieving tech from the Draco, or enjoy tales from a fleet commander of the Galactic Federation Starship Garion. Documentation is not required to be a featured experiencer on his site. It is enough to be able to recall “past life and future life memories.”
Rink states he served off-planet for over 330 years. Apparently many projects use re-aging or time compression to allow service over extended periods. It is undoubtedly how Randy Cramer was able to serve on Mars for 30 years and be able to return to this time frame only seconds after he left. The SSP lore, however, varies depending on the source and need not be consistent.
Oki cited the story of Germans who split with Hitler and used alien technology to create bases in space, where some military abductees (MILABS) were forced to join as either officers or slaves.
Other narratives focus on being recruited into the program to serve on Mars or battle aliens using advanced weaponry. Mark, for instance, was almost born into the program as part of his family lineage and flew a biological spaceship (Minerva) and other advanced craft while working in alliances with Raptors and other alien races.
Oki developed his own story but needed more to get on the show as a whistleblower. To call attention to him, he went to Rink for hypnotic memory regression as part of the MILAB recovery network. Soon after he met Rink at an SSP conference and was interviewed there about his experience with Kevin Spacey’s clone and fighting vampires.
Oki is of course best at telling his own story. His compatriot NightDocs released a follow up video, How I Became Space Jesus, describing the experience at the SSP conference and what happened after Oki’s video was released. They went to the conference so you don’t have to go. Trust us — there are some events that are better not to attend.
Undoubtedly Oki could have build a second career on his experiences in the SSP. Others have done it. But he notes that most of the people who appear on Rink’s show are not the elite superstars of the supersoldier or the SSP world. They may tape an interview and never be seen again unless you seek them out.
Rink was upset with Oki’s video. YouTube restricted it to adults and demonetized it. Perhaps Corey Goode, David Wilcox and other grifters should be demonetized instead.