Some interesting threads in the news will help to clarify things not so obvious.
We have the story about Dominique Strauss-Kahn charged with sexual assault in NYC. There a couple of things to watch here. First, we notice it’s “sexual assault” versus “attempted rape.” Second, this is the head of the IMF. That he was arrested at all, and that we hear about it, shows quite a lot. He’s not a member of the inner circle of the Illuminati bankers, but an immediate servant. He knows who’s in charge, and precisely how it is they are in charge. If this story dies quickly, then we can surmise he’s being disciplined. If it grows legs, he’s being thrown under the bus for some reason. If he somehow dies very soon, they will have decided he was about to spill his guts on some of the plans of the Illuminati.
That’s the way it works. You can gain some interesting pointers on the system from the likes of Dean Henderson. His recent series on “Bin Laden & the 911 Illusion” is almost good journalism, but you’ll need to bring your salt shaker. Keep in mind, this fellow espouses the Watermelon Agenda: Using the green politics as the means to implementing communism. He’s not regarded as mainstream, but he does pull up some interesting facts on his way to attacking the big money capitalists. I wonder if he understands the Illuminati created communism as a means to their ends. I haven’t had time to read much of his work, yet.
As noted previously on this blog, communism is the materialistic perversion of good communitarian tribal government. But instead of the tribe owning everything, communists prefer the centralized state. It has been tried, and hasn’t worked, nor will it ever. The difference between greens and more conventional communists is the Green Religion, as can be seen in the old Greenpeace Manifesto. I can’t see worshiping nature directly, though I surely assert we are responsible to God for how we manage His Creation.
We have done a very poor job of that here in the US. Every big bold plan of the state has so far been a disaster. For example, all those levees and dams encouraging folks to put houses and farms on the flood plains is now coming back to bite us. I don’t believe anyone really has the means to control weather just yet, so I am not going so far as to blame the heavy precipitation upstream on human planning at any level. But the current major flooding in the Mississippi Valley is the result of very bad planning, and even worse implementation. By controlling it all centrally via the Army Corps of Engineers, a corrupt and bumbling batch of arrogant fools, everyone is forcibly dependent and none are permitted to implement any alternative planning for dealing with flooding. When centralized planning fails — as it must — you end up with the necessity of protecting cities, oil refineries and nuclear power plants versus the vast tracts of farm land which feed those cities. Indeed, this wipes out a major portion of the US food supply for the coming year.
Meanwhile, the entire Northern Hemisphere faces a very highly elevated risk of cancers and birth defects in the next few decades. TEPCO is finally admitting the conspiracy theorists were right. Fukushima Reactor 1 is officially in full melt-down, though the mainstream press hesitates to use the term. I suspect the other reactors are now, or soon will be, in the same dire condition. So we have not only a vast quantity of radioactive material being released in the air and in the sea, but stuff which is extremely radioactive — off the scale on all the metering equipment. No place is safe, as this stuff is already thickly distributed around the hemisphere, and it’s only going to get worse.
The whole idea of using nuclear power simply to boil water is crazy in the first place. Consider we could have easily reduced the threat by choosing something much safer by developing thorium technology over uranium. That decision was ostensibly a corrupt deal with mining interests, but there may have been more sinister motives which are hard to discern. More importantly, our gooses are cooked because it was purely a matter of corporate neglect in favor of the profit motive which put the Fukushima reactors where they are, with such poor protections from what everyone knew were the greatest natural threats to such an installation. The greens are right about the naked greed and the horrendous lack of accountability for nature.
While it’s unlikely the Illuminati engineered this environmental disaster, nor the one in the Gulf of Mexico and a hundred other places currently where such things take place, we can be sure they guessed it would come. We can be sure they have laid on plans to protect themselves as needed, because while they didn’t actively plan these things, they had to know it was coming as the result of how they use their servants. Giving people the illusion of power and wealth so that they implement points of leverage is a very intelligent strategy, but inevitably messy. Of course, it’s all guesswork on my part, and that of others who know more than I of specific details. They have different notions, and who’s to say Benjamin Fulford, David Ickes or Les Visible have to be all wrong? Don’t take my word for things; make up your own mind.
The last thing I want to do is serve up a platter of stuff you are required to swallow. We have enough of that already, and I have a stated interest in destroying anything which serves to coerce or manipulate thoughts and actions. The world has gone crazy, and I’m none too sure it hasn’t affected my own mind. The most reliable and trustworthy thing I have to offer is already inside of you, if it is to be found at all. The only thing I have to assert at all is that this plane of existence is broken, and it’s not all there is. Understand this world as much as you dare, but use that understanding as the means to escape from it. The biggest mistake anyone can make is thinking God does or should spare much interest in saving this world. What matters are the souls of people.