In case you’re wondering whether a man in a nominal democracy could really become so devoid of morality, so out of touch with post-WWII geopolitical norms; and in case you’re imagining that Kissinger just wanted to rattle Castro but not actually start a war, with all the innocent civilian death that inevitably comes, allow Henry himself to disabuse you. “If we decide to use military power, it must succeed,” the Times quotes Kissinger saying in one secret meeting. “There should be no halfway measures,” he added, “we would get no award for using military power in moderation.” The goal, he said, was to be “ruthless and rapid and efficient.”
Coming from the man who once said that a hypothetical second anti-Jewish genocide in the Soviet Union would be “not an American concern” (though, to be fair, he granted it would “maybe” be a “humanitarian concern”), fantasizing about “clobbering” Castro by killing many Cuban citizens may not register so high on the richter scale. But if we keep in mind that Kissinger’s saving grace, especially in contrast with Nixon, was supposed to be his pragmatism, rationality and lack of sentiment, it is appalling.
News Weekly, April 15, 2006
A Texas scientist advocates killing nine-tenths of the world’s population by an airborne Ebola virus, writes John Ballantyne.
An award-winning Texas scientist was given a standing ovation after he advocated the extermination of 90 per cent of the Earth’s population by an airborne Ebola virus.
The University of Texas evolutionary ecologist, Dr Eric R. Pianka, was addressing the 109th meeting of the Texas Academy of Science at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, in early March, after the academy had named him 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist.
Present at Pianka’s speech was Forrest M. Mim III, a popular science writer and editor of the bi-weekly journal, The Citizen Scientist. He reported:
"Something curious occurred a minute before Pianka began speaking. An official of the Academy approached a video camera operator at the front of the auditorium and engaged him in animated conversation. The camera operator did not look pleased as he pointed the lens of the big camera to the ceiling and slowly walked away.
"This curious incident came to mind a few minutes later when Professor Pianka began his speech by explaining that the general public is not yet ready to hear what he was about to tell us. Because of many years of experience as a writer and editor, Pianka’s strange introduction and the TV camera incident raised a red flag in my mind … I grabbed a notepad …" ("Meeting Doctor Doom", The Citizen Scientist, March 31, 2006).
Pianka began his speech by condemning anthropocentrism, or the idea that the human race occupies a privileged position in nature. He exclaimed, "We’re no better than bacteria!"
He argued that the sharp increase in the human population since the onset of industrialisation was destroying the planet. He warned that Earth would not survive unless its human population was reduced to a tenth of its present number.
they throw in just enough doublespeak to make you forget that they’re trying to sell you something you don’t really need: equivocating, evasion, dodging, beating about the bush, pussyfooting (around); jargon, double-talk, gibberish, gobbledygook; informal -speak, -ese, -babble.
How it looks today…
By means of ever more effective methods of mind-manipulation, the democracies will change their nature: the quaint old forms – elections, parliaments, Supreme Courts and all the rest – will remain.
The underlying substance will be a new kind of totalitarianism. All the traditional names, all the hallowed slogans will remain exactly what they were in the good old days. Democracy and freedom will be the theme of every broadcast and editorial. Meanwhile the ruling oligarchy and its highly trained elite of soldiers, policemen, thought-manufacturers and mind-manipulators will quietly run the show as they see fit.
– Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World
More powerful than the Pope, than presidents, kings and even bankers… the Jesuits. The Pope in Rome is the “White Pope” and the Jesuit Pope is known as the “Black Pope”. An interesting history here, told mainly through quotations.
“Our father General as all know governs Rome itself and the Popedom; we make war at our pleasure betwixt one Prince and another, between a Prince and his subjects, usurp dominion over cities and countries, fearing no discovery of our actions since our commerce is chiefly with great men, we know every public secret and can in a singular way dispatch heretics and enemies to the Roman court.”
In the words of those who were there, then. Listen to these quotes from the horses’ mouths. Treachery in the name of religion, not God, for cruelty and greed have nothing to do with Love. Wolves in sheeps’ clothing.
A SUMMARY OF THE CHURCH OF ROME’S ORIGINAL WAFFEN SS AND THEIR WAR AGAINST GOD.
This presentation is built on history and quotes from those involved in making that history happen… revealing!