NASA denies having a slave colony on Mars

NASA denies having a slave colony on Mars
The American Space Agency (NASA) said Alex Jones's report from InfoWars claiming child sex slaves were abducted and sent to Mars was incorrect. It was delivered NASA on The Daily Beast, last Thursday.

"There's no human on Mars, there's an active rover on Mars," Guy Webster, a spokeswoman for Mars exploration at NASA told The Daily Beast. "But no human."

On Thursday's program, InfoWars host Alec Jones welcomed Robert David Steele's guest on The Alex Jones Show, which airs on 118 US national radio stations, to talk about kidnapped children on a two-decade mission into space.

"We truly believe that there is a colony on Mars populated by kidnapped children and sent into space on a 20-year mission," Steele said. "So after they go to Mars, they have no alternative but to be slaves in the Martian colonies."

"Look, I know that 90 percent of NASA's missions are secret and I've been told by high-level NASA engineers you do not know.There's so much going on," Jones said in support of Steele.

On the broadcast of the Infowars Steele suspected the abducted children were not only kidnapped to become space slaves, but also killed because of their blood and bone marrow.

"Pedophilia does not stop by sodomizing children," Steele said. "This goes straight into terrorizing them to take their blood and then kill them."

When Webster was asked about the truth of the rumor by The Daily Beast on Thursday, he responded, "there is only one stupid rumor on the Internet? Now that rumor is news."
Mars has proven to be a fertile ground for conspiracy theories for years. Recently, UFO fans have claimed that NASA's Curiosity rover has captured images of various Mars animals resembling mice, lizards, squirrels and crabs.