In a recent sit down interview I had with Rob Davenport on my new video podcast, Cognitive Liberty, we discussed the sixth extinction and how priorities of survival or maintaining survival seems to be something that world governments are neglecting.

The recent hurricane disaster in Puerto Rico is such a loss to the world that I believe leaders of the world just don’t know what to do. It appears that immediate disasters are now far too complicated and far too expensive to deal with immediately because money is now being tied up in both the military industrial complex and in the extortion of money that goes to geo-engineering projects and climate science.

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke yesterday about the Puerto Rican tragedy and put a good disingenuous “good news story” label on it. She said in a press conference quote “I know it is really a good news story in terms of our ability to reach people and the limited number of deaths that have taken place in such a devastating hurricane.”

This prompted San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz to react with shock and anger saying that “This is a people are dying story.”

Before this all turns into a political “Trump isn’t doing enough” agenda – the fact is that world leaders are not doing enough to preserve complex societies because of their greed and abuses that they believe can all be assuaged by throwing money at climate science.

It appears the collapse of complex human societies remains poorly understood and current theories fail to model important features of historical examples of collapse.

We hear about the fall of empires, the disappearance of whole civilizations in our ancient history, but today, we take for granted that simple resources will be there to provide us sustenance and that the chances of mass die offs of humans is centuries if not millennia away.

Rob Davenport and I spoke of the bird die offs, the fish die offs, and the reports of how male fertility has now shown a decline by 59% according to a new study provide by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

According to Science Daily:

The researchers found a 59.3 percent decline in total sperm count, among men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand who were not selected based on their fertility status. These findings strongly suggest a significant decline in male reproductive health that has serious implications beyond fertility and reproduction, given recent evidence linking poor semen quality with higher risk of hospitalization and death.

The causes of the decline have been widely linked to chemical exposure, especially from agricultural chemicals like atrazine that are “chemical castrators” of men. These chemicals cause “feminization” of males, leading to hormonal disruption and sperm population decline. That decline, researchers found, is accelerating in western nations like the United States and could lead to a collapse in human population.

The common food packaging chemical, BPA, is also widely known to be a hormone disrupt and estrogen mimicker. Environmental exposure to such chemicals is irrefutably a significant vector for sperm decline among men in western nations. As explained by the researchers:

“While the current study did not examine causes of the observed declines, sperm count has previously been plausibly associated with environmental and lifestyle influences, including prenatal chemical exposure, adult pesticide exposure, smoking, stress and obesity.

Glyphoste the popular ingredient found in the weed killer, Roundup, which of course is made by the chemical company Monsanto was just added to the California chemicals list as a carcinogen. Monsanto has been appealing the decision and it has been reported findings that are called the “Monsanto Papers.”

These papers are giving the public a behind the scenes look into how far Monsanto will go to control public perception, news media and scientific research into glyphosate as a cancer causing agent.

The documents, which include internal emails and memos, reveals among other things, how Henry I. Miller, a Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, allowed Monsanto to ghostwrite an editorial he published in Forbes.com and claimed as his own in 2015.

The 2015 editorial attacked the decision by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a branch of the World Health Organization, to classify glyphosate as a probable carcinogen.

For two years, Miller was believed to be the writer of those words. But now, emails between Miller and Monsanto employees show the company wrote the piece and Miller added a couple of words to it prior to publication.

Meanwhile, there have been damning studies on what is being termed “nutrient collapse.”

In agricultural research, it’s been understood for some time that many of our most important foods have been getting less nutritious. Measurements of fruits and vegetables show that their minerals, vitamin and protein content have measurably dropped over the past 50 to 70 years. Researchers have generally assumed the reason is fairly straightforward: We’ve been breeding and choosing crops for higher yields, rather than nutrition, and higher-yielding crops, whether broccoli, tomatoes, or wheat, tend to be less nutrient-packed.

In 2004, a landmark study of fruits and vegetables found that everything from protein to calcium, iron and vitamin C had declined significantly across most garden crops since 1950. The researchers concluded this could mostly be explained by the varieties we were choosing to grow.

Now we are realizing that apart from water contamination and soil contamination, atmospheric changes due to toxicity are causing the nutrient collapse.

Plants are a crucial source of protein for people in the developing world, and by 2050, they estimate, 150 million people could be put at risk of protein deficiency, particularly in countries like India and Bangladesh. Researchers found a loss of zinc, which is particularly essential for maternal and infant health, could put 138 million people at risk. They also estimated that more than 1 billion mothers and 354 million children live in countries where dietary iron is projected to drop significantly, which could exacerbate the already widespread public health problem of anemia.

There aren’t any projections for the United States, but there have been warnings in the counter media that things like Chemtrails or geo-engineering trails, have left behind a deadly mix of heavy metals, sulfates, and petrochemicals that are now being found in simple plants like cabbage and it is also being detected in mother’s milk.

In past analysis, those who report the research have been able to establish clear intent of whoever is doing the spraying. That catch-all for the fringe of the conspiracy crowd is to lay the blame on the government. This is far too simplistic for a complex issue that seems to be far reaching and elusive to those on the ground.

As more and more people become aware of the aerosol issue, they can clearly see something is happening over their heads. And they are beginning to realize what they see in the sky is not normal, with persistent aerosols formed into grid patterns or aerosol lines which slowly disperse to turn the entire visible sky a milky white.

There have been so many pictures of this grid aerosol activity and the anomalous nature of what is happening seems to point to a conspiracy on a large scale. It is not a conspiracy of commercial air liners spraying this material; it very well could be a conspiracy of private companies doing this in order to geo-engineer the atmosphere to affect weather patterns.

Unfortunately, this phenomenon is often described using the psy-ops subverted term “chemtrails” by those who are waking up to the issue. Now as we avoid the idea of contributing to the psychological operation, researchers have stopped using the term and are now realizing terms like “persistent trails” or “persistent aerosol trails” or even geoengineering trails are a far more accurate terminology.

After Hurricane Harvey devastated the Gulf Coast of Texas, the Air Force was called in to use aerosols dropped from planes to contain the possible mosquito infestation that would take place after the hurricane.

The state asked the US Air Force to spray 6 million acres in the state with insecticide from in its low-flying C-130 cargo planes. The Air Force has long used its planes in mosquito-control missions.

Now, I know that the swarms of mosquitoes apparently making mating grounds out of the standing water left behind after the hurricane, and yes, I know many people would prefer their areas to be sprayed, but the concern I had was what they were actually spraying in the people in Texas.

The Air Force is using Naled, which is in the organophosphate category of insecticides, and though widely used in the US, is banned in the EU. The EU decided to ban it in 2012, out of concern for human health.

I found out about the insecticide after I was receiving information from listeners in Puerto Rico that long before the hurricane tragedy – they were being sprayed with the chemical to prevent the outbreak of Zika and when many health problems began showing up Puerto Rican governor Alejandro García Padilla sent it back to the CDC.

Both the Centers for Disease Control and the US Environmental Protection Agency stand behind Naled, saying the small amount of the insecticide sprayed from planes doesn’t expose people enough to pose a health concern.

Naled is already everywhere in the US—health departments spray roughly 16 million acres in the country with the insecticide each year. It’s also often used after disasters like hurricanes and flooding to curb mosquitoes.

The chemical has caused controversy in recent years. In 2016, Naled spraying inadvertently caused millions of honeybee deaths in South Carolina and Florida health officials’ decision to spray Naled in Miami Beach caused protest among residents.

Naled works as a neurotoxin, killing mosquitoes by interfering with an enzyme essential to the nervous systems of both insects and humans. Research on whether it poses a threat to human nervous systems at the levels used to kill mosquitoes is limited. A 2016 study from the University of Michigan looked at babies living in China; they found that the babies most exposed to Naled while in the womb scored 3% to 4% lower on fine motor skill tests than their less-exposed peers by the time they were nine months old.

Another study looked at Mexican-American children living in agricultural regions in California, where organophosphates like Naled are used regularly — children there had higher rates of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Tests are also underway to determine if Naled poses a threat to the food chain. In the meantime those exposed are once again being treated as guinea pigs and people do not even think about what they are exposed to and how it is causing nutrient collapse in our foods.

The concept of sustainability has unfortunately been hidden behind the platitudes brought forward by those who push the agenda of climate science. Moneys that would once go towards maintaining natural resources have actually wound up in the pockets of greedy bureaucrats that feel that they are entitled to carbon credit penance.

This carbon sin extortion is gaining all kinds of support because it has become a political football.

However, the neglect that is leading to nutrient collapse in our foods should be a priority of concern.

If one does not believe there is a culling process happening, perhaps it is important to analyze how the collapse of any civilization often involves catastrophic human mortality.

We either have to take control of our own health, or take advice from technocrats that appear to be paid by big corporations to continue the cycle of nutrient collapse.