Archive for August, 2011
Is 2011 the year of the earthquake? From Japan, to the fracking earthquakes in Arkansas, to the recent earthquakes in Virginia and Colorado that are not associated with known fault lines, there is a growing sense that it is no longer safe to assume that all earthquakes are always natural phenomena outside the influence of man.
Former Secretary of State William S. Cohen has indicated in this Department of Defense news transcript from 1997 that some countries could be working on eco-terrorism, which might include setting off earthquakes:
There are some reports, for example, that some countries have been trying to construct something like an Ebola Virus, and that would be a very dangerous phenomenon, to say the least. Alvin Toeffler has written about this in terms of some scientists in their laboratories trying to devise certain types of pathogens that would be ethnic specific so that they could just eliminate certain ethnic groups and races; and others are designing some sort of engineering, some sort of insects that can destroy specific crops. Others are engaging even in an eco- type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.
History Channel clip on HAARP like ELF waves triggering earthquakes in Oregon:
The movie “Network” made this clear in 1976. Seriously, 1976? We’ve been so ignorant for so long. National sovereignty is an illusion. Corporatocracy. One World Order Fascism. That is who we are.
The United States was never meant to be a Democracy. Our founding fathers knew that people were too easily manipulated. Yet the notion that the United States of America is a democracy is pounded into our brains since we were children – in school, through television programming, in movies, and newspapers, and by TV news anchors.
Enough! It is a ruse.
In The Secret Team, by L. Fletcher Prouty, this is exposed even earlier than 1976. That is, if you could find a copy of the book the CIA made disappear back then.
Two important events of that period have been little noted. First, on Feb. 7, 1972 Maurice Stans, Nixon’s Secretary of Commerce opened a “White House Conference on the Industrial World Ahead, A Look at Business in 1990.” This three-day meeting of more than fifteen hundred of the country’s leading businessmen, scholars, and the like were concluded with this memorable summary statement by Roy L. Ash, president of Litton Industries:
… state capitalism may well be a form for world business in the world ahead; that the western countries are trending toward a more unified and controlled economy, having a greater effect on all business; and the communist nations are moving more and more toward a free market system. The question posed during this conference on which a number of divergent opinions arose, was whether ‘East and West’ would meet some place toward the middle about 1990.
That was an astounding forecast as we consider events of the seventies and eighties and discover that his forecast, if it ever was a forecast and not a pre-planned arrangement, was right on the nose.
This amazing forecast had its antecedent pronouncements, among which was another “One World” speech by this same Roy Ash during the Proceedings of the American Bankers Association National Automation Conference in New York City, May 8,9,10, 1967.
The affairs of the world are becoming inextricably interlinked … governments, notably, cannot effectively perform the task of creating and distributing food and other essential products and services … economic development is the special capability and function of business and industrial organizations … business organizations are the most efficient converters of the original resources of the world into useable goods and services.
The flash of genius, the new ideas, always comes from the marvelous workings of the individual brain, not from the committee sessions. Organizations are to implement ideas, not to have them.
As a Charter Member of the American Bankers Association’s Committee on Automation Planning and Technology I was a panelist at that same convention as we worked to convert the 14,000 banks of this country to automation and the ubiquitous Credit Card. All of these subjects were signs of the times leading toward the demise of the Soviet Union in favor of an evolutionary process toward One World.
I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.
- Thomas Jefferson
The above quote is found in Thomas Jefferson’s letter to John Taylor, dated May 28th, 1816.
It is not easy to estimate the obstacles which, in the beginning, we should encounter in ousting the banks from their possession of the circulation; but a steady and judicious alternation of emissions and loans, would reduce them in time. But while this is going on, another measure should be pressed, to recover ultimately our fight to the circulation. The States should be applied to, to transfer the right of issuing circulating paper to Congress exclusively, in perpetuum, if possible, but during the war at least, with a saving of charter rights. I believe that every State west and South of Connecticut river, except Delaware, would immediately do it; and the others would follow in time. Congress would, of course, begin by obliging unchartered banks to wind up their affairs within a short time, and the others as their charters expired, forbidding the subsequent circulation of their paper.
This second quote is found in Thomas Jefferson’s letter to John Wayles Eppes, dated June 24th, 1813.