Live as if You're Dyin'
I added this link
to my del.icio.us
today after skimming it, knowing I wanted to get back to it. Often I procrastinate (yeah, surf other blogs)
and don't get back to the to-read list.
While checking ddjangoWIrE
my attention was catapulted to red alert when I saw his link entitled "CARLYLE GROUP TAKES OVER U.S. NUCLEAR PROGRAM"
Below is only a tiny portion of the horror:
In a stealth takeover by the Carlyle Group, facilitated by 5 Admirals, the management contract will be transferred next year to the University of Texas where the military and the Carlyle Group will have control. A new ‘ramping up’ of the nuclear weapons program is underway, with program funding at the highest level ever - even higher than during the Cold War – extending nuclear weapons into outer space, into the very atmosphere that makes life on earth possible, and with no "real" enemy in site.
...The 2001 Space Preservation Act, HR 2977 which was introduced by Congressman Dennis Kucinich, let the cat out of the bag and revealed under the "Definitions" in the bill, that directed energy weapons which can target individuals and populations from space for the purposes of psychotronics, mind control, and mood control, are clearly the new space weapons intended to establish global dominance by the New World Order. Directed energy weapons developed in the nuclear weapons labs have been used on nuclear weapons lab whistleblowers, UC students, handed over to the EPA to use on environmentalists, and to the FBI to turn over to local law enforcement. These weapons are now land, air, and sea based. Space is the last frontier.
..."Should humans be so stupid as to continue both technological escalation and wars between nation-states, radiological warfare might well be a far more safe and humane way to conduct extermination of large numbers of people, or the emptying out of troublesome political centres, than any of the various biological alternatives."
I followed ddjangoWIrE 's link to Cosmic Iguana
which led to the article at a different, more suitable for printing
, link. (20 pages)
Print it, read it! Live as if you're dyin'
posted by Cyndy