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Sooner or later, the truth always comes out.

For years, there have been rumors that the US has some kind of base on the planet Mars. People laugh at this idea as the nonsense of "conspiracy theorists" and recommend wearing a tinfoil hat. However, Google Space suddenly shows that the whole theory is true:

In this way, we see perfectly clear images of unnatural ordered structures, complete with solar panels and roof protection systems. Don't believe me? Sit down for yourself.

When did we install this database? How did this project pay for this? What do we use this object for? Who is there? What were we looking for when we sent the astronauts there? When will they return to Earth?

Officially, it is believed that the technology needed to build bases on Mars will appear in the United States only in decades. Now we see that this statement is incorrect.

Further. If we were able to create a base on Mars, then what technology do we have that the rest of the world doesn't know about? And as a consequence: if we have the technology to fly there, what technologies do we have here on Earth? I mean military technology.

Perhaps that's why the US is so bold in challenging virtually the entire world. Syria, North Korea, China, and Russia. There is no end to this list.

In this case, is it possible that the appearance of information in Google Space is quite deliberate? By doing so, the US wants to show that we already have the technology to fully conquer every country on this planet.

But what if the US has nothing to do with it? What if it's not a "human" base at all? It turns out that there is another intelligent life form on Mars!

And there can already be very complex consequences from this fact. So, if aliens are sitting on Mars, then they can fly here? Or maybe they're already here!?

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