Today’s podcast is an assortment of articles I have collected over the past few months that I feel I need to address. I will be out of town for the next ten days, but I will return as soon as possible.
“In all of history, there is no known case of anyone’s creating a problem for anyone else.” Francis FitzGerald (1979)
Since that is the impression most Americans get when they read school textbooks, it is no wonder that they continue to be fooled by the same techniques of control. But Americans aren’t the only ones fooled by power. Let’s look at France’s new President, Francois Hollande, the socialist who supposedly came onto the political scene from nowhere. It takes very little digging to see that he is connected with Jacques Attali, the Henry Kissinger of France, who wrote “Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order. Does this mean that France will now fully accept its E.U. overlords? Time will tell.
There is more sad news from China as capsules filled with the dried remains of dead babies are intercepted in South Korea. That’s not to say we don’t have our own problems here. Some rice being grown in Kansas since 2007 has been genetically modified with genes from human livers. Does that upset anyone?
Most people have become comfortable with the idea of genetic engineering. We really don’t have a choice, when one thinks about it. Corporations around the globe have been dumping hazardous chemicals into our water supplies for decades, and usually secretly unless they were caught in the act. Phthalates are used in cosmetics and plastics along with bisphenol A. Now, all of a sudden, we are being clued in about the physical effects of these toxins and how they can alter sexual orientation in the womb. It seems too little too late to me, but maybe I’m just crazy. I harbor no ill will towards the homosexual community, rather I have a profound sense of sadness that certain people with certain gene profiles never had a chance. As the rest of nature is being genetically engineered, it’s safe to assume we are as well.
Erik has returned for this week. Topics include the insecurity of our food, the volatile weather, the degrading economy and an insight into the minds of the ruling elite.
In this great ‘Age of Transition’, the chaos continues to build towards the breaking point. In a matter of weeks, the masses have forgotten about the explosive revolution in Egypt and its fallout and now all attention is focused on Japan. Whether this tragedy was natural or man-made is up for debate and we’ll probably never know, but what is more amazing is how most people have seemed to have forgotten about Katrina and the Southeast Asian tsunami which happened not that long ago. No one talks about the mass murder happening the Middle East by the hands of our own sons and daughters. Somehow that doesn’t count.
Most people can’t handle one crisis after another, so the older ones have to be deleted from the memory banks.
But while we here in the U.S. focus on Japan, we ignore our own suffering and give up more and more control over our own lives. What happened in Japan will pale in comparison to the coming future as our food becomes more toxic, our immune systems shut down and scientifically designed diseases are unleashed on the unsuspecting public. Of course, to the masses, this will all just seem natural and inevitable. Good little socialized citizens believe what their media tells them to believe.
The turmoil in Egypt continues, but was the cause really just tyranny, or perhaps rising food costs? The CFR points to food and considering that organization is responsible for planning the future, I’ll go with their assessment. Now that the housing bubble has burst, we’re hearing the first utterances that the food bubble is next. Crop shortages have nothing to do with GMO seeds, toxic pesticides, or even weather manipulation. At least, that’s what the media tells us. On top of all this we’re experiencing ‘Global Burnout Syndrome’ as coined by the head of the World Economic Forum this past month. It’s amazing how quickly all these events happen! In the short span of 10 years, we’ve gone from abundance to austerity, peace to chaos, and, of course, we’re to blame.
Hinduism and science have been blended together to conceal from the masses from the horrors unfolding. We have been under attack for a long time, but only recently has it become more obvious. We’re told to stop reproducing, to stop driving and consuming for the good of the planet, but the media doesn’t tell us that this has all been planned out in the U.N.. Agenda 21 and The First Global Revolution spell it out in detail.