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7/14: THE BOOK OF REVOLUTION

THE BOOK OF REVOLUTION

MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS

As you may already know, things have become very confusing and I can bet that there are many people out there have begun to see in book stores and on websites, speculations about future events.

I have to admit that I have been more aware of apocalyptic programming and the new stories of crisis and other opinions form scientists that a slow extinction is in the making.

We are hearing in church that the signs of the times are upon us, if you wish to throw time into the mix we are hearing about these signs of the hour where retro causality is somehow giving us a repeat performance of ages past.

Now, arguably it appears that form does not always enable function, but thought may enable manifestation, and the manifestations of toxicity, scarcity, revolution and war are creating a bit of a domestic psychosis.

Since the release of the nuclear genie out of the bottle nearly seven decades ago, the thought of nuclear disaster is something that is a real threat and a possible way the world will end. The thought of World War III has also forced its way into the zeitgeist because of what we are hearing about North Korea, and the pervasive kicking of the fence that the media keeps doing with the Kremlin conspiracy.

Thermal images of North Korea’s main nuclear site show Pyongyang may have reprocessed more plutonium than previously thought that can be used to enlarge its nuclear weapons stockpile.

The analysis by 38 North, a Washington-based North Korean monitoring project and think tank, was based on satellite images of the radiochemical laboratory at the Yongbyon nuclear plant from September until the end of June, amid rising international concerns over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs.

The think tank said images of the uranium enrichment facility at Yongbyon could also indicate operation of centrifuges that could be used to increase North Korea’s stock of enriched uranium, its other source of bomb fuel.

There were signs too of at least short-term activity at North Korea’s Experimental Light Water Reactor that could be cause for concern, 38 North said.

The images of the radiochemical laboratory showed there had been at least two reprocessing cycles not previously known aimed at producing “an undetermined amount of plutonium that can further increase North Korea’s nuclear weapons stockpile,” something that would worry U.S. officials who see Pyongyang as one of the world’s top security threats.

As is always the case, when oligarchies rule, imperialism is the goal. Monopolization is instituted, manipulation applied and powers unduly expanded, which is the defining nature of empire. The difference today is the deadly nuclear element.

There is little doubt in my mind that nuclear experimentation so perilously dangerous to all life on earth that the inevitability of mega death due to exposure and or nuclear conflagration awaits us.

The nuclear energy sector so fraught with failures and cover-ups, the nuclear industry so geared toward weaponry, and the US government so determined to deploy them in its “humanitarian” war on the world, a little legitimate research inevitably brings us to one conclusion: it quickly spawns feelings of helplessness and inevitable doom, both literal and existential.

It is like we are on a huge spaceship where weapons are pointing at us at all times. How can we cope with the idea that we are under the gun and at anytime, someone just has to fire one of these weapons to create a volley of incoming death machines capable of delivering a scorched earth policy of mutually assure destruction?

When we understand that oligarchy and the systems that support it depend on our ongoing collective consent, those feelings of helplessness are surpassed by the realization that the only way to solve the problem of nuclear experimentation, and the cat and mouse wait and see attitude towards North Korea is for people like you and me to begin activating and formalizing an opposition to the denial of nuclear annihilation.

I think we are all in some form of awkward denial because it is difficult to even imagine some sort of mass extinction. However, we are in the middle of one according to scientists.

As we reported days ago a new study claims the “biological annihilation” of wildlife in recent decades means a sixth mass extinction in Earth’s history is underway and is more severe than previously feared.

Yes it is another indication that the apocalypse is reaching a crescendo – and in the past we could laugh it off and say it’s just another woo woo story created by environmentalists but lest face it birds falling out the sky, bees dying off in droves, fish dying in numbers and other life in ocean finding itself beached is an indication that what is being reported is not disinformation.

We read that “billions of populations of animals have been lost in recent decades” thousands of ‘mass animal death events’ should send a chill through the world and it is also unnerving to see that all of these accounts have been steadfastly documented by the End Times Prophecy websites from year to year, the bluntness of the warning is reason to start questioning why this is happening.

Political oligarchs will blame it all on climate change but complexity facts about the planet say that animals have survived various changes in climate before. There is something more that has been added to the equation and that is the experimentation with weapons both biological and nuclear that should be analyzed.

About three-quarters of the world’s weapons are provided by just five countries: the U.S., Russia, China, Germany and France. The face of conflict is constantly changing, but this list has remained the same for the past 50 years.

The U.S. is the undisputed king of the arms trade. Responsible for 30 percent of weapon sales worldwide, it has a long-standing client base. It is the main arms provider for Central America, where arms imports since 2007 have increased by 68 percent, and exports 27 percent to the Middle East — mainly to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Russia is not far behind. The country has faced severe criticism for providing 78 percent of Syria’s weapons imports between 2006 and 2011. Yet 65 percent of Russian sales go to Asia and Oceania, and India is its largest client, not to mention the biggest buyer worldwide after increasing its demand by 52 percent from 2008 to 2012.

China comes after Russia, and in 2012 it even surpassed the U.K. in arms sold. While also being the world’s second largest buyer, its exports rose by 162 percent between 2007 and 2012, mostly directed to Asia (74 percent) and to Africa (13 percent).

Now I am not saying that we don’t need to have protection against enemies or rogue nations but it appears that someone is either over preparing for some all out war, or that they simply know the odds of some conflict that will push us ever closer to extinction level.

War is business — death dealing is immoral, but the world sighs or yawns and this is the problem.

When we see tragedy in other countries we tend to Americanize that tragedy and place our focus on the same old tired theories about what is really happening and it is frustrating to come out with something that is even different from what I call the so called independent media that usually mimics who they perceive as in the know when they also carry agendas that always seem to be predictable.

World problems in comparison to America’s problems can’t even muster concern with mainstream America. As long as people stare at the news without being affected they may show signs of empathy but beyond empathy most people couldn’t care less.

World problems in comparison to America’s problems can’t even muster concern with mainstream America. Aldous Huxley once said that if the entire nation of China were to disappear from the face of the earth tomorrow, it would mean less to Americans than if we were to lose the tip of one of our little fingers.

Do you realize that 93% of CNN’s news is about the Russian Collusion conspiracy?

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota said that she has fatigue from the news media’s continuing coverage of alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russian election meddling.

Just when you thought there was nothing to the story, CNN finds a way to bring it back into the discussion.

All of this, despite the fact that there are more important stories that are being ignored that are putting our national security, health and safety at risk.

For example Japan is now planning to release radioactive water into the ocean. Concerns about health and the fish population are mounting as Tritium from the damaged Fukushima Nuclear Facility will be released into the ocean.

Since the plant was incapacitated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, more than 1,000 large tanks have been filled with discarded cooling water, which has been cleansed of caesium and strontium but not of tritium.

Tritium is technically near-impossible to remove from the huge quantities of water used to cool melted-down reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

Tokyo Electric Power Company, operators of the plant, is expected to start releasing the water, containing tritium, into the Pacific Ocean later this year, pending a final political decision

Some scientists argue that the effects of releasing the tritium-laced water into the Pacific Ocean are likely to have a minimally negative effect on human health or the environment.

However, the planned release has prompted alarm among other experts in Japan and overseas about the potential impact of radioactive contamination entering into the ocean on such a scale.

Children in particular are more susceptible to radiation-linked illness, with tritium believed to go directly into the soft tissues and organs of the human body, potentially increasing cancer risks.

Supporters of the plant releasing tritium into the ocean argue that tritium already exists in the natural environment, from both the sun and from water routinely released from nuclear plants around the world.

The toxicity mounts and the best that anyone can do is take construction paper affix it to a yard stick and use it to condemn the United States pulling out of the Paris Climate accords. Only because the climate is a political passion and those who believe that some policy, some tax, and some treaty is going to tranquilize the damage that has been done by nuclear experimentation, waste and the threat on nuclear war.

They seldom speak of electromagnetic pollution that creates ionospheric heating. Huge power arrays like what we see used with HAARP are changing weather patterns.

There is barely a word about how the Large Hadron Collider at CERN creates a massive gravitation pull on the earth. The CERN collider is composed of some 9,600 super magnets – which are 100,000 times more powerful than the gravitational pull of Earth – It fires protons around a circular track at mindboggling speeds.

Although it may require some mental gymnastics to wrap one’s brain around exactly what the CERN scientists are attempting to achieve in their underground lab, the average layman may instinctively understand that such an experiment may be wrought with unforeseeable pitfalls. Physicist Stephen Hawking seems to agree.

“The God particle found by CERN could destroy the universe,” Hawking wrote in the preface to a book, Starmus, a collection of lectures by scientists. The Higgs Boson could become unstable at very high energy levels and have the potential to trigger a “catastrophic vacuum decay which would cause space and time to collapse and… we would not have any warning to the dangers,” he continued.

Hawking is not the only voice in the scientific wilderness predicting possible catastrophe if CERN continues in the atomic fast lane. Astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson told Eugene Mirman on his Star Talk radio program that the experiment could literally cause the planet to “explode.”

It is obvious that all things are interconnected upon this Earth whether we want to believe it or not.

That is evident as both animal and human behaviors are changing because of changes in the magnetic field and the toxicity of the environment.

In a dark coincidence, the apocalyptic movie “War for the Planet of the Apes” arrives in theaters this weekend – and in the real world monkeys are becoming aggressive to tourists that walk and kayak through a state park in Florida. Park rangers warned visitors not to feed the 20-pound, 2-foot tall mammals and are stepping up patrols in sections where there are high possibilities of monkey-human interaction.

Videos on the internet have gone viral showing rhesus macaques at Silver Springs State Park charging and attacking humans.

There have been 18 confirmed reports of bites and scratches from the animals since they arrived at the park. Experts say monkeys can carry and transmit Herpes B-virus, but there’s no evidence that anyone has gotten sick from the Silver Springs monkeys.

The bizarre animal attacks upon humans over the past year alone include a series of bizarre man-eating piranhas attacking people in Brazil, two fatal and very rare black bear maulings in Alaska, a massive bat attack in Florida with a series of vampire bat attacks in Brazil, with at least one fatality, several different ‘crow attack’ events and even a great white shark jumping into a fisherman’s boat and attack of surfers send an alarming message that something is going terribly wrong.

The human race is under attack at every level, including at the cellular level, with corporations and governments constantly working to alter the very fabric of life itself, we’re warned that now their manipulation and disruption of DNA threatens to unleash alien epidemics on their unwitting subjects.—not to mention chimeras and human animal hybrids that rival the vision that H.G. Wells had when he wrote “The Island of Doctor Moreau.”

While arguments are made for and against immigration because of threats of terrorism – there is another threat that is not being talked about and that is the spread of disease.

A new report by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the federal government’s central institution for monitoring and preventing diseases, confirms an across-the-board increase in disease since 2015, when Germany took in an unprecedented number of migrants.

Some doctors say the actual number of cases of tuberculosis is far higher than the official figures suggest and have accused the RKI of downplaying the threat in an effort to avoid fueling anti-immigration sentiments.

A failed asylum seeker from Yemen who was given sanctuary at a church in northern Germany to prevent him from being deported has potentially infected more than 50 German children with a highly contagious strain of tuberculosis.

There is no telling what will happen to other populations when the refugee situation does not take into account the diseases that can spread to the integration of people.

We must question and confront the threats to our social structures where the deck is clearly stacked against us.

Some of the biggest threats that I see on the horizon is the continued denial that war, destructive nuclear energies, electromagnetic tinkering, geoengineering, and biological experiments are harmless and that they are some necessary evil.

The blame should be solely placed on the warhawks and climate opportunists that over look the damage caused by the military industrial complex and those who threaten us with their weapons of mass destruction.

This breeds a climate that us adversarial and leaves us stuck in a perpetual domestic psychosis which disempowers us and perpetuates the war mentality.

If the elite are looking for a bogey man like climate change to engender mass fear for the cause sustainable development, they may want to look at themselves because it appears that they are the biggest threat to our very survival.

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The entire world, including the “nuclear powers” is being held HOSTAGE since the dawn of the “atomic era” by the latter rogue states, so if this fact is forgotted and forgiven, other worries are truly irrelevant. What could be more tragic than the threat of mass extinction of humanity at the hands of a few humans?

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