Steele told Jones about a
slave colony on Mars, and the existence of "20 years and out"
program which involves children.
Steele's comments were covered in a number of mainstream news sources including,
...all of which downplayed his comments as mere 'conspiracy theory.'
Steele reached the rank of Major for the USMC Reserves, Intelligence, from 1976 to 1996, and during this period also worked with the CIA clandestine services (1979-1988).
After nine years as a clandestine operations officer, Steele was one of the first to chase terrorists full time in the 1980's, left the CIA to become the second-ranking civilian in Marine Corps intelligence, and was responsible for creating the nation's newest secret intelligence analysis facility.
During his interview with Jones, Steele said:
Jones appeared supportive (see below video) of what Steele was suggesting:
Ben Collins from the Daily Beast contacted NASA for a response to Steele's interview by Jones, and got the following denial:
The Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog, created by Steele, responded to Collin's article where more details were provided about the kidnapped children earmarked to be slaves on Mars:
This made it clear that Steele was not talking about child labor on Mars, but of newly arrived adults from Earth who were forced into slave labor after an extended period of travel.
Watch at 2:55 in above video...
Steele's initial statement and response is worth examining due to what a number of whistleblowers have said about a secret Mars colony they allegedly visited while serving on classified programs that used wormhole technology.
...and a number of others.
Steele is corroborating that such a secret Mars colony does exist and that personnel are taken there using a wormhole, and other exotic transportation systems that will be revealed in upcoming disclosures.
None of the above whistleblowers, however, discussed slave labor on Mars.
The first to do so was Corey Goode who described, in a May 14, 2015 interview, what he had seen on several occasions during his covert secret space program service from 1987-2007:
Goode said that on June 20, 2015, he was taken to Mars to conduct an inspection of a corporate-run facility.
Goode described the slave labor conditions and an account of the facility commander as a,
What gave Goode's claim credibility was that two days later, on June 22, the BBC published a story titled, "How to Overthrow a Martian Dictatorship."
The story discussed a British Interplanetary Society two day event that envisaged a Mars colony ruled over by a ruthless dictator who trampled on the rights of workers in a futurist society controlled by a corporation.
The dictator needed to be overthrown without destroying the colony itself.
According to the author of the BBC article, Richard Hollingham, the meeting brought together 30 prominent scientists, engineers and philosophers who took their "task seriously," only, wink wink,
The "hypothetical situation" being debated by leading British engineers and space enthusiasts closely paralleled what Goode was saying was occurring in real time.
Further circumstantial evidence supporting Goode's claims of slave labor on Mars, and in space more generally, was the U.S. Congress passing legislation on November 16, 2015 exempting companies from all labor regulations pertinent to space mining until 2022.
Section 106 of the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act specifies the U.S. federal courts as having "exclusive jurisdiction" to commercial space activities when companies voluntarily submit to U.S. jurisdiction:
Effectively this act of Congress, which was signed by Barack Obama on November 25, granted legal protection to companies alleged to be involved in slave labor abuses on Mars and in space.
In terms of travel to Mars, Steele referred to a "20 and out" space program, which involves a wormhole used for an extended period of travel by the children.
The previously mentioned whistleblowers described the wormhole technology as almost instantaneous.
I have contacted Steele to get answers to these and other questions.
What's clear so far is that Steele his given valuable vindication for Goode's claims that slave labor been secretly occurring on Mars for decades.
Steele's forthcoming disclosures may further vindicate what Goode and other whistleblowers have been claiming about Mars and secret space programs.
While mainstream media appeared very dismissive of Steele's claims, Alex Jones to his credit was open to discussing such a possibility to his rapidly growing audience of millions, many of whom had learned for the first time about a slave labor colony on Mars and a secret space program that supports it.