Volume 9, Number 5
AUGUST – SEPTEMBER 2002
NEXUS Magazine Pty Ltd, Australia.
Duncan M. Roads
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It has been a busy few months here at NEXUS head office. Two trade fairs and our annualconference meant I was on the road for a few weeks with our trusty laptop. The Conferencein Sydney went off without a hitch, except for the mysterious theft of Mike Ruppert's laptop.The two-day event was fully attended and we have received many letters and emails fromsatisfied attendees.The next NEXUS Conference is being held in Amsterdam, over the last weekend in March2003. This is an initiative from Herman Hegge, who runs the NEXUS Europe Office—whichis based in a cute Dutch coastal village about one hour's drive from downtown Amsterdam.We have put together a great line-up of speakers, and I get the honour of presenting them toyou at the conference itself. This is going to be a unique event which I really hope you canattend. Amsterdam is a very accessible, fun and affordable city to visit. As well as the speak-ers, there will be plenty of stalls and exhibits. See the advert this issue for further details, orvisit the website at http://www.nexusconference.com.NEXUS now has an office in Chile, where the magazine is being translated into Spanish. Iextend a big welcome to Simon Fuentes and the team in Talca, Chile. If you would like moreinformation on how to obtain the Spanish-language edition, visit their new website athttp://www.nexusmagazine.cl.And still on NEXUS-related events, there are a couple of archaeological adventures comingup—this time, being organised and led by David Hatcher Childress. There are two trips onoffer: one to the pyramids of Mexico, and the other to "mysterious Peru". I intend to be onthe Peru trip, and it would be great to have some NEXUS readers aboard. Visit our website athttp://www.nexusmagazine.com for more details.By the time many of you read this editorial, it will be about one year since the horrificevents of September 11. We have selected an appropriate and informative overview of howthe "war on terrorism" has become the "war on freedom", and we urge you read it.Another issue that's always in the news is "the latest HIV and AIDS statistics". Every fewweeks we are told that millions are infected here or there, but is this really the case? Readabout the financial, political and medical reasons why these AIDS statistics are likely to beinaccurate and misleading—and, in many cases, are outright lies.Canola oil is another one of those "health choices" foisted on the uninformed by the edibleoil industry and its marketing spin doctors. Unfortunately, canola oil is not the good oil thatit's made out to be, so read the article this issue and learn why canola should be avoided."Death by Doctoring" is yet another great contribution from Steven Ransom. For how longare people going to hand over responsibility for their own health to the mainstream medicalhealth system? Articles like this one make you realise that modern medicine has become amodern religion—and a corrupt one at that!Science News has an interesting article, one which represents a new line of exploration inNEXUS. The idea of twin/parallel/alternative universes with "mirrored" matter/antimatter isvery exciting. I have half a trayful of unsolicited submissions on this topic alone, from scien-tists all around the globe, so stay tuned for more.The interview with David Adair also interested me immensely. His insights into the Area51 facility circa 1971, the description of the alien craft which responded to thought, the socialmixing with bigwigs in rocket science…what a story; what a life!And finally, I have to confess to tearing up many previous efforts at this editorial. I wassorely tempted to dedicate this entire space to "having a go" at the USA, George W. Bush, theUK, George W. Bush, plus other countries currently raping and pillaging weaker nations, andGeorge W. Bush again. But how could I seriously blame Bush? I mean, he is a completeidiot, and everyone around him knows it. Very few dare point out the obvious any more.Words escaped me so much that, while adrift on a wordless sea of frustration, I discoveredthe perfect quote to sum up what I feel in my heart. Thank you, Joe McMoneagle, for helpingme remember that there
a bigger picture.Duncan
I believe that "civilization" is a term used to describe a very thin coating of fantasy humanity has sprayed across the globe; it's kind of our own self-delusion. The sin-gle biggest threat to almost all developing cultures is currently viewed as being the American Culture. This ideal of American Culture is born out of the issues our ownmedia view as important to us—with a focus on greed, hypocrisy and violence.
— Joe McMoneagle
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