They're not telling us that the reason we are having all these
tornados and other severe storms around the world not because of
changes in the climate, but rather the cause is from the three nuclear
meltdowns in the Japan reactors. This will continue for at least a
decade. The Japs lost the war when they bombed pearl harbor, but this
time they're winning. The USA and other parts of the world will be
destroyed as a result of their Jap nukes.
On May 25, 8:49 am, email@example.com wrote:
It was known this was a distinct possibility from the time of the
first conference in Denmark on this very subject. But it was a risk we
had to take. The gatekeepers of globalism, the International Monetary
Fund. All the seemingly unimportant events that got passed off as the
coffee house talk of disingenuous revelers. Oh, they knew, they knew.
Diogenes knew it. Einstein knew it and wrote extensively about it. See
his "Notes from Sanctity" series. It's clearly explained there. Hell,
it's half the reason for the international space station being built.
For that matter it's the real reason Kennedy was killed. But you won't
find THAT in any history book, oh no.
Certainly there were naysayers. Dinwiddy and the Fairfax family from
Virginia. Cuthbert, Rogainus and their circle. But they never really
got a solid footing politically. So the ball kept rolling and gaining
momentum. Now all we can do is sit back and be witness to it. And for
what? A few more products from Proctor and Gamble? HDTV broadcasts of
obscure, faddish reality shows?
Sure there are storms. But ask yourself, are these storms what are
really doing the damage? Could they really just be a metaphor for the
lack of understanding, the dual personality of society? And further
ask yourself, *who is it* that doesn't want you to think about these
things? Who stands to lose the most?
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