The Red Pill 2051_1/30/12

For those who witnessed the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime, it was very difficult, if not impossible to reconcile their acts within the confines of basic morality and rationality. How could people become such barbarians in such a short span of time? As time passed, the answer became clearer. A religion based on the myth of the Thule was the driving factor in almost all the decisions made by the ruling hierarchy. Using this myth to his full advantage, Himmler created the cult of the S.S., who believed they were securing a future for a race of new supermen that would reign over the earth for a thousand years. Jews were just one of many lowly groups of animals that had to be exterminated for the Aryan race to thrive. In many ways, Nazi Germany existed in a different, bizarro dimension from the rest of the world.

But the dream of the coming supermen never died. The religion of Thule was replaced by the religion of science. In place of the fevered proclamations of Hitler, we have the sober recommendations of the white-coated priests, who we call scientists. Through the more “humane” technique of genetics (eugenics), the undesirables of society will eventually be weeded out, making space for the supermen to arrive. Men and women who will be “super” at serving their masters, that is.

MIT discovers master gene for memory production

Are we ready for a “morality pill”

CDC researchers say mothers should stop breastfeeding to boost ‘efficacy’ of vaccines

More Chimera’s created in a lab

CDC: After $600,000 spent, we have no idea what causes Morgellons disease

VA Attorney General worried about rat families from D.C.

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The Red Pill 2051_7/16/11

This is my last podcast from Seattle. It’s a bittersweet departure, but it’s time for me to leave the emerald city behind and start a new life. I’m going to take a few weeks to relax and recharge. Take care and we’ll be back soon.

(Big thanks to listener, Justin for the beautiful new logo!)

How surveillance changes your behavior

Cisco said to aid China with surveillance project

A shot in the back, or how stupidly people trust medical professionals

How DNA evidence can be faked

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The Red Pill 2051_5/9/11

Leo Trotsky grew up in the prairie lands of southern Russia in the last decades of the 19th century. I wonder what he would think of his boyhood home these days, with alcoholism plaguing every little town and village in the Russian countryside. The dictatorship of the proletariat never came to be as he had hoped. Stalin and his financial backers made sure of that. As dour as Russia seems, the situation isn’t much better in the quaint little country of Denmark, where the majority of citizens have been raised to rely on the state for pretty much everything. Doesn’t that make one want to start a protest page on Facebook? Well, be careful, because it might get pulled if the authorities don’t like it. Over here in the U.S., the decline continues as the Federal Reserve continues to print cheap money, as though it will help anything. I guess you could grow Mary Jane, but then you’d be killing the planet along with the people. But we’re dying already from poor food, inoculations and mistreatment when we’re old and infirm, so what do we really have to lose? None of this will change until more people understand and accept what’s happening.

Russia’s Heartland crisis

Voluntary Slaves of the State

Facebook accused of removing activists’ pages

Bernake defends Fed’s role in running country

America’s reckless money-printing (Nothing really reckless about it)

Inside the Budget Deal

Indoor Marijuana growing is killing the planet! Oh no!

Reports reveals elderly abuse in nursing homes

Autism rates may be higher than previously estimated

Girls’ early puberty: What causes it, and how to delay it

Obesity policy under attack from two government advisors

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The Red Pill 2051_3/16/11

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.

Communism/Socialism: Great idea, wrong species

NHS staff are rude, arrogant and lazy, poll shows

Dangers of GM alfafa

Monsanto shifts ALL liability to farmers

Milk from cloned cows given green light in U.K.

GM chickens that could prevent spread of bird flu (Here we go again…)

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The Red Pill 2051_2/14/11

As the dust settles in Egypt, expectations have dropped dramatically. A dictator has been replaced by a military council, one authoritarian system for another. That sounds like a crummy deal to me. But as time passes and life settles back into a routine, people will forget the euphoria of the “revolution” and will compromise their original ideals, which weren’t theirs in the first place. Meanwhile, the attacks on population continue. Some attacks are subtle, others overt forced by law, but regardless, the eugenists’ dream is coming true.

Joyful Egyptians Await Assurances About Future

Japanese teens; married couples losing sex drive

Ban on women in combat deemed discriminatory

U.S. taxpayer money funding eugenicist agenda in Rwanda

Court bans man with low IQ from having sex

Tattoos may help deliver vaccines

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The Red Pill 2051_2/9/11

Today’s show is a collection of articles that that have collecting virtual dust in my browser’s bookmarks. They are, of course, examples of how we are being attacked and trained to accept the newly emerging system of global governance.

8 possible side effects of allergy medicine

Ads coming to bathroom mirrors at O’Hare airport

A cheaper (and creepier) way to heat a U.K. swimming pool

Alcoholism vaccine

Defaulted student loans don’t cost the government

Mysterious goop falls from sky in NY (video)

Yellow Drip Road from Alan Watt (video)

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The Red Pill 2051_1/21/11

As the U.S. economy collapses, China is being held up as the model for us to follow, even though all of our industry was moved to China years ago under the GATT treaty. Sounds like a set-up to me. But even though you and I are broke, the military here and abroad are throwing millions of dollars to collect the DNA of their soldiers, for identification purposes, of course. And more of our future tax money is being funneled into “new” vaccine research and medical technology that will monitor us 24 hours a day. Thank you, Mr. Gates, but I don’t see you lining up for your annual flu shot down at the local drug store.

China as the model industrial state

U.S. solar panel maker moves to factory to China

India military to begin DNA profiling of soldiers

Secretive group of scientists urge Pentagon to begin mapping soldiers’ DNA

Swine flu offers ‘extraordinary super immunity’

Bill Gates and mobile health technology

Bluetooth-enabled meds to enter European bloodstreams

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