Eight hundred thousand children disappear in America every year.
The problem of taking oaths to secret societies. Don’t do it. Don’t even go there. They don’t want you to be “successful” – they want to control you.
Hmm… video has apparently been removed from YouTube.
Fascinating article. For more information along this line, read Dr. Mary’s Monkey and Me & Lee. The world is very different than we are led to believe. Suspend your prejudices and dig in to this very meaty article… rich food for the curious soul.
Not only did Oswald have nothing to do with the assassination of John Kennedy, he was actually working to uncover different assassination angles for Robert F. Kennedy. After becoming aware of the Chicago assassination plan, Oswald phoned in a tip to the FBI warning JFK not to travel to Chicago on November 2, 1963. Kennedy’s inner circle then used a pretext to cancel his visit to Chicago, thus postponing his murder by another group of assassins utilizing high powered rifles…
AUSTIN, April 6, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Ebola, a form of hemorrhagic fever in which the internal organs of the victim liquefy, has one of the highest rates of fatality of any known contagious disease at approximately 80-90% and is one of the most contagious diseases known to medical science. It is also high on the list of possible bio-terror weapons of concern to international law enforcement and military security agencies. Tom Clancy’s thriller novel, Rainbow Six describes a group of radical environmentalists that wants to rid the world of people using a modified version of Ebola.
All of which is why the FBI is interested in talking to Texas ecologist and herpetologist, Dr. Eric R. Pianka, who suggested at a meeting of the Texas Academy of Sciences that an airborne version of Ebola that would wipe out 90% of the human population was the solution to the human “overpopulation problem.”
This week, Pianka has been in the Texas media saying that he was not advocating bio-terrorism, but also told the Austin Statesman that he is meeting with local FBI officials in response to complaints that he is advocating biological terrorism.
“Someone has reported me as a terrorist,” he said. “They think I’m forming a cadre of people to release the airborne Ebola virus into the air. That I’m the leader and my students are the followers.”
On the day he was named by the Academy as 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist, Pianka declared that AIDS was not killing off the surplus human population fast enough. What is needed, he said, is Ebola to kill 5.8 billion of the world’s 6 billion plus humans. The speech received a prolonged standing ovation at the Academy’s annual meeting at Lamar University in Beaumont.
The Seguin Gazette quotes Pianka saying, “Every one of you who gets to survive has to bury nine”…