Wednesday, 13 February 2013
Environmental Armageddon: The Most Important Topic For 2013
When they are done attacking "Conspiracy Theories", perhaps a day will come when they accept that someone has to ask the questions they are afraid of asking. Unfortunately, we are increasingly distracted from asking even the most basic and innocent of questions. For me, one such innocent question arose when the word, "Ozone" was circulated into the mainstream way back in the mid-late 1980's, just after Ebola, Rabies and AIDS, followed by gymnasiums suddenly popping up everywhere, as everyone suddenly became health conscious and began scrutinizing what they ate. Apart from my CND campaigning and trying to raise awareness of global water poisoning, forcing us to pay for it at some point in the future, I began to wonder why nobody was recognizing an order to what was going on in the world, as a distinguishable pattern was forming in global events. The innocent question was, "If it took us over 100 years to burn a hole in this Ozone since the Industrial Revolution, and only now begin to realise it, how much longer is gonna take us to fix it?"
The man made AIDS virus had just been created in a U.S. Rockefeller lab in 1977, and implemented throughout Africa in an attempt at mass depopulation, using the Smallpox vaccination as the Trojan Horse. Around the same period and under the Carter administration, the Cold War Superpowers signed a UN treaty, promising not to use "weather and environmental modification technology" as a weapon against each other. Again, nobody was recognizing a frightening pattern and asking crucial questions. In the early 1980's, I had just read Charles Berlitz, Bermuda Triangle and tried to figure out what was causing ships and aircraft to disappear. Methane was one possible theory, but it didn't answer some of the wider questions. However, it did prompt the question about what effect the release of methane might have on life in the ocean? Since I was younger at the time, my imagination got the better of me, pondering such notions as the effect methane might have on a much larger scale. And, there was that question about patching up the expanding hole in the increasingly frequent term, The Ozone Layer. Had this been the big secret being hidden in Area 51, once they realised that the Apollo missions had caused irreparable damage? Ironically, from the mouths of babes, I remember being rebuked as a child for asking, "How can they speak to the man on the moon without a cable from earth?" Of course, at such a young age, I was oblivious to the wider implications of my question.
When they realise that mankind is the biggest danger to the earth, it is their twisted logic to blame us, thus justifying human carnage.