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Haarp and the New World Order

Haarp and the New World Order

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HAARP AND THE NEW WORLD ORDERBy Jerry E. SmithTranscript of a lecture given in Reno, Nevada, at Planet 9, a lounge owned byGeorge Piccard, author of "Liquid Conspiracy." Jim Keith, author of "BlackHelicopters Over America: Strikeforce for the New World Order" hosted a weekly"Conspiracy Night" at Planet 9 every Sunday for the first few months of 1999.If I were to tell you that above-ground nuclear testing is entirely safe, wouldyou believe me? Of course you wouldn't. Yet a generation of Americans didbelieve that claim when made by the federal government.Silicone breast implants, tobacco cigarettes and DDT were also pronounced safe byagencies of that same government. Now we know that those misrepresentations costbillions of dollars in medical and legal fees, and have killed millions ofAmericans -- and other living things.Today the federal government, through its alphabet soup of regulatory agencies,continues to support controversial (read "deadly") products and projects.In light of the government's track record with nuclear testing, DDT, fluoridatedwater, and cellular phones, I found myself more than a little skeptical when Ilearned that the government claimed HAARP - the High-frequency Active AuroralResearch Program -- to be an entirely safe civilian research project.The ionosphere is the outermost protective layer of our atmosphere, more importantto life than the ozone layer. Life on this planet exists only because theionosphere prevents the sun's deadly nuclear radiation, called the solar wind,from reaching this planet's surface. Would you believe me if I told you that itis entirely safe to alter the ionosphere, changing its altitude and density,making it dance for the delight of scientists, like an Indian in an old movie withcowboys firing bullets into the ground at his feet? How about if the federalgovernment said it?Tonight we are going to be talking about fear and anger.Robert Anton Wilson pointed out that there is a word missing form the Englishlanguage. He noticed that there is no word for rational fear. Paranoia is theword for irrational fear. There is no equivalent word for being afraid with goodreason. Driving Defensively is the exercise of rational fear. The woman who isbeing stalked by a spurned lover seeks protection out of rational fear. Safe sexis practiced out of rational fear. Some would try to convince you that fear ofthe government is irrational. I will be offering evidence to the contrary.Of course, it is not the government that I fear, but a few of the people who runit. The government is not one single, monolithic thing. It is literally tens ofthousands of individuals. Government is the largest employer in the UnitedStates. These tens of thousands of workers are organized and directed by a fewthousand bureaucrats, who in turn have their masters -- who are NOT we the people.Many of these career politicians and diplomats have social and political agendas.In some cases these hidden agendas bare little relationship to our beliefs andvalues.I don't want to sound like Senator McCarthy, claiming there are Communists underevery bed, as it were. But, I am afraid that if you are not familiar with thecenturies old international movement to create a single, one world government, I
will sound like some kind of right wing loony.I do not think of myself as a right-winger, and I deny being a patriot. I was ofdraft age during the Vietnam War. I was an anti-war protester. "Patriots" werethe crew cut types who regularly threatened to beat me up. To this day I stillthink of Patriots as fools. George Bernard Shaw exactly captured my view when hedescribed patriotism as the belief that your country is the best place on earthsimply because you happened to have been born there.On the other hand, I do prefer our Republican form of government to any othersthat I have seen or studied. I would not be happy if the United States of Americawere dissolved. That, however, is exactly what the globalists want.The idea of a "League of Nations" that was floated after World War I was but oneembodiment of this movement. Today's United Nations was built on the League ofNations concept. The U.N. was created primarily to end war -- by ending nations.The logic is that if there are no nations, then there can be no wars betweennations. This was clearly stated in the United Nations' "World Constitution" withthese words: "The age of nations must end. The governments of the Nations havedecided to order their separate sovereignties into one government to which theywill surrender their arms.""What's wrong with that?" you might be wondering. When I was an idealistic 'ute'this sounded wonderful. I was an active supporter of globalism. Years later Idiscovered that there is often a vast gulf between theory and practice. Theproblem with creating this Utopia is people. Rich, powerful people. People whothink that they know what is best for us. I am more than a little RATIONALLYafraid of having people in charge who refer to you and I as "useless eaters."In 1976, 32 U.S. Senators and 92 members of the House of Representatives signedThe Declaration of Interdependence, which read, in part: "Two centuries ago ourforefathers brought forth a new nation: now we must join with others to bringforth a new world order."Here comes the audience participation portion of the evening! Take a one dollarbill out of your pocket. Go on, I'll wait. ... Okay, on the back side of thebill are the obverse and reverse faces of the Great Seal of the United States ofAmerica. Notice on the left of the bill the eye-in-the-triangle at the top of theunfinished pyramid?Those are important symbols within Freemasonry. The eye may represent a number ofthings, not the least of which is the "All Seeing Eye" of the Supreme God of theFreemasons, the Great Architect of the Universe. The unfinished pyramid alsorepresents a number of things including the idea that God's plan for this world isnot yet complete. The pyramid is also a classic depiction of an aristocraticsocial order with the ruling few at the top and the powerless many at the base.The eye-in-the-triangle is also a symbol for Freemasonry itself. Together theseimages may symbolize a conspiracy to rule the world, with an unelected elite atthe top of a highly structured society.Beneath the pyramid is a scroll. It reads: "NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM." Thistranslates from the Latin as: NOVUS: new; ORDO: order; SECLORUM: the secularworld: a.k.a.: New World Order. For the last 200plus years the phrase "New WorldOrder" has been something of a campaign slogan for this movement.What will the New World Order be? Quite a few books have been written by membersof this open conspiracy. Several organizations dedicated to its creation publishregular monthly magazines, such as "Foreign Affairs" published by the NWO's oldest
American mouthpiece, The Council on Foreign Relations (the CFR).In 1991 West German Chancellor Willie Brandt hosted a gathering of one-worlder'scalled, curiously enough, the Fifth Socialist International. Contrary to the ideaone might get from its name, it was hardly a gathering of beret sporting Communistrevolutionaries. One of the attendees was Former World Bank President, RobertMcNamara, who had served as Secretary of Defense under President Kennedy. Anotherwas former Secretary of Commerce, Peter Peterson, who is also a senior partner ofthe Wall Street firm Sherson, Lehman Bros. They are one of the primary owners ofthe privately owned Federal Reserve Banking System -- the bill you're holding saysFederal Reserve Note, meaning that it is a privately issued currency, one which iscosting American taxpayers trillions of dollars -- the Fed is probably thegreatest case of government sanctioned theft in human history. Peterson was alsoa founding member of the Trilateral Commission, the NWO's most powerfulorganization. Katherine Grahaman, owner and publisher of Newsweek Magazine wasanother famous attendee.At that meeting this prestigious group of some of the world's most powerful peopleformally adopted a definition of the phrase "New World Order." Their NWO will be:"A supranational authority to regulate world commerce and industry; aninternational organization that would control the production and consumption ofoil; an international currency that would replace the dollar; a world developmentfund that would make funds available to free and Communist nations alike; aninternational police force to enforce the edicts of the New World Order."Many supporters of the NWO espouse a philosophy called technocracy, which is ruleby experts, scientists or technicians. It is not democratic in any sense by whichAmericans understand the term. One very famous advocate of the New World Order isZbigniew Brzezinski. He was a National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter and otherpresidents. He called his version of technocracy "technetronics." In his book,"Between Two Ages," Brzezinski wrote: "The technetronic era involves the gradualappearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by anelite, unrestrained by traditional values."This "technetronic" union of nations would call for the desovereignization of allexisting countries. This new ordering would reduce the United States of Americato a mere regional government -- perhaps the "United States of North America."The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is widely seen as one steppingstone to the NWO. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissenger was quoted by the LosAngeles Times in 1993 as saying: "NAFTA represents the single most creative steptowards a New World Order." The Common Market in Europe and the European Unionare similarly seen as bridges to an eventual United States of Europe, which inturn would be just another region of the United Nations' global state (or "globalplantation" as some detractors have called it).A substantial percentage of key positions within the federal government are today"stacked" with globalists. For example, the second highest ranking official atthe State Department for several Administrations was Strobe Talbot, a former TimeMagazine reporter. Mr. Talbot was the Deputy Secretary of State through fourpresidents. In 1992 he said: "Within the next hundred years nationhood as we knowit will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single global authority... Allcountries are basically social arrangements. No matter how permanent and evensacred they may seem at any one time, in fact they are artificial and temporary."Former Deputy Secretary of State Talbot is but one of thousands of governmentofficials who believe America is but a temporary arrangement -- and are workingvery hard be make it that way!Lee Iacocca said: "A little righteous anger really brings out the best in the

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