We are governed by very dangerous individuals. They impose on the people technologies that are very harmful to nature, to animals and to humans. They impose on us not only vaccines that may give cancer but also electromagnetic devices that may cause all kind of health problems on top of cancer itself, as if it wasn’t bad enough already. During WWII, in Germany and Italy, we saw the merging of the state with corporations, in a political philosophy that we called ‘fascism’. The system that we have today is a lot worse than fascism, since now it is the corporations that run the show and the governments simply move along. Whatever the corporations decide is good enough for the state. So as long as something is profitable, as long as there is a gravy train to ride, the corporations will push it and the governments, for the sake of elections, expediency or competition, will simply rubber-stamp it to show off some success to the public. There is a lot of very good material presented in that movie. Among the many highlights, a few ones deserve our immediate attention. Around 40:30 minutes in the documentary, Dr David O. Carpenter very astutely comments that the problem with the smart meters is not really that they communicate with the electric utilities. We are told that it happens only a few times an hour. The real problem, he says, is that smart meters generate radio-frequency fields and that those fields are created almost continuously. In other terms, the danger with the smart meters comes not from the signal itself that is going out of the meters but rather from the fields surrounding them. Around 45 minutes and 49 minutes, some of the health effects recorded by scientists are shown in relation with the strength of the signal. Around 55 minutes, Dr Frank H. Springob describes the effects of exposure to a smart meter in the blood cells of human subjects. Around 57:30 minutes, Dr Dietrich Klinghardt presents the results of a study that shows that there is a link between microwave radiation and autism. Please take the time to watch that terrific movie and spread the word about the danger of radio-frequency radiation.
Excellente intervention d’Anne Korin, se situant dans le prolongement des travaux de Robert Zubrin sur la question de l’indépendance énergétique face à l’OPEP. Elle fait l’analyse ici des différents éléments composant la dynamique de l’industrie pétrolière ainsi que des difficultés que nous avons à nous affranchir de la mainmise de ce cartel. Elle conclut sa présentation en parlant de l’alternative dite « flex-fuel », qui consiste à concevoir ou adapter des véhicules pour différents types de carburants. Selon elle, ce moyen simple et peu dispendieux représente le moyen le plus facile et le plus efficace pour briser le monopole de cette organisation trans-nationale. Nos leaders politiques et industriels en Occident devraient ici prendre des notes. Je vous propose aussi des interventions respectivement de Robert Zubrin, nommé ci-haut, James Woolsey, ancient directeur de la CIA, ainsi que de l’ancien Commandant Suprême des Forces Alliés pour l’Europe, Wesley Clark, lors de la conférence « Opening The Fuel Market: A Key to Economic Recovery » qui s’est tenue voilà à peu près un an, afin de soutenir le projet de loi intitulé The Open Fuel Standard Act (H.R.1687, S.1603).