Population Cleansing Wars
By Gordon Duff,
It is a mistake to look on what has become endless wars, first centering in the Middle East, as struggles over religion, political theories, sectarian struggles or post-colonial realignments. Each hypothesis fails.
Increasingly, intelligence analysts are agreeing on one thing, there is clear evidence of “game theory/chaos theory” with one clear purpose, to reduce populations in specific areas where key resources are in abundance.
The first hard evidence hit with the discoveries of Dr. Chris Busby, researching the effects of depleted uranium use in the Fallujah region of Iraq. It took several years to get access to the area. There was a reason.
You didn’t know, after all, the newspapers didn’t report it. A “device” was seized, 550 kiloton (thermonuclear), found 8 miles from the stadium. But then, as Dr. Barrett would say, “just another conspiracy theory.”
THE “SILENT ARAB SPRING”
Rachel Carson – to whom we all owe a lot – a giant of her time
In 1962, Rachel Carson warned the world, in her book, The Silent Spring, of the destruction the petrochemical industry was unleashing with their pesticides. Soon afterward, Carson was dead and “environmentalism” was soon labeled “conspiracy theory.”
Today, over half the world’s food supply is suspect, genetically engineered, not just crops but animals as well, a “Frankensteinian” food supply, animals that aren’t animals, drugged, “enhanced,” capable of introducing, not just diseases to humans but altering the nature of humanity as well.
Carson’s book described an America gone silent, insects, birds, and amphibians dying off. Those of us old enough remember a very different outdoors than the one we see today.
An inexorably conclusion based on any rational examination of recent history with appropriate intelligence “modeling” applied is that we are missing a “prime mover.”
We are missing a “conspiracy.”
We now have endless evidence, long entered into supercomputers, evidence of manufactured terrorism, sectarian violence, phony revolutions, manipulation of thoughts and beliefs, patterns that could be missed by the public but clear to any professional.
Sections of planet Earth are being systematically made uninhabitable, radiation, disease, corruption, violence, orchestrated hate and fear, a very real conspiracy.
Domino Theory game still being played in endless adaptions
The “Domino Theory” was the basis of the Truman Doctrine, the geopolitical effort to encircle and suppress the growth of communism, a theory developed by Secretary of State George Marshall.
Saving Europe, the “Marshall Plan” was part of it. Enslaving the Middle East, creating the State of Israel and spreading inhuman dictatorships around the world was another.
Toward that end, what some mistake as the policy of the United States and “NATO,” was then characterized and oversimplified under what historians still term, “the Cold War.”
Conspiracy theorists see it differently. They see beyond politics, beyond “class struggle,” beyond regional and sectarian movers. They see the “unseen.”
The point is a simple one. Are there groups capable of orchestrating world strife in a heartless and inhuman manner to serve an agenda so evil and hideous as to poison the world with radiation and disease, to treat the world as a “Grand Chessboard,” pitting nation against nation?
A document, long discredited, called, in short, “The Protocols,” offers one hypothesis loaded with interesting predictions. It is historically lazy to turn to such a simplistic explanation, one “fed” to the world.
What are the odds of our being pawns…or even worse?
As with the science of astronomy, today’s sophisticated adaptive intelligence capabilities, can predict the unseen. Astronomers find objects in space simply by their gravitational effect on nearby bodies.
This tells astronomers where to look and as technology has advanced, time after time predictions based on their modeling have resulted in “hard evidence” confirmation.
We are at that point in game and chaos theory modeling. We have found the unseen but are not allowed to follow the prescribed path toward confirmation.
No real 9/11 investigation was allowed. In fact, almost nothing is ever “investigated,” nothing that will lead toward exposing “the unseen” hands that move the pieces on the Grand Chessboard.
The only “program” that is run is the one that runs us. Some call it “Hollywoodism,” some call it the “mainstream media.”
A doll is seen amongst beds at a kindergarten in Ukraine's ghost town of Pripyat, in April 2006
Prypiat in the Ukraine, the Chernobyl worker's town evacuated after the disaster
Bumper cars at a once popular amusement park stand abandoned in Pripyat, two miles away from the Chernobyl nuclear plant
A view of the ferris wheel in the deserted town of Pripyat, near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine
The Chernobyl nuclear power station is seen from Ukraine's ghost town of Pripyat
Wall shadow paintings outside the Palace of Culture in Pripyat town. Chernobyl exclusion zone, Ukraine
In April 2006 marked the 20th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, when a reactor at the Chernobyl plant exploded, spreading a radioactive cloud across Europe and the Soviet Union.
But as these pictures show, there was no-one there to remember.
Some 50,000 residents from and around Pripyat were evacuated after the 1986 accident. Now, 27 years after the Chernobyl disaster, the contaminated zone with the abandoned town of Pripyat has become a popular tourist destination for numerous visitors.
To this day in Pripyat there is the remains a fairground with a ferris wheel and bumper car ride that look frozen in time.
Another eerily quiet town is Kolmanskop in Namibia, southern Africa. Here sand dunes have enveloped what was a mining settlement on the Namibian Diamond Coast.
It was abandoned in the 1950s after the Second World War as diamond prices crashed, and operations moved to Oranjemund.
A man walks outside of the crumbling oval skeleton of the House of the Bulgarian Communist Party on mount Buzludzha in central Bulgaria
A man walks inside of the crumbling oval. Over two decades after the toppling of the regime they glorified, the megalomaniac monuments of the communist era are still standing
The United States Steel Company paid $385,000 toward the construction of this $1million Gothic beauty in Gary, Indiana, in the 1920s, but now the church lies in decay
Abandoned: The City United Methodist Church in Gary, Indiana
Sand dunes surround the abandoned houses of the ghost town of Kolmonskop, Namibia
Sign of the times: Kolmanskop is a ghost mining town in the Sperrgebiet National Park, Namibia
Sands of time: The interior of a house filled with sand in Kolmanskop, Namibia, Africa
Two rooms. A ghost town buried in the sand at Kolmanskop, a mining town near Luderitz on the Namibian Diamond Coast
The town was abandoned in the 1950s after World War II as diamond prices crashed, and operations moved to Oranjemund
In Cyprus, deserted houses and streets are seen in the town of Varosha, in northern Cyprus. Varosha was a popular seaside resort until the Turkish invasion in 1974. It lies between the Turkish Cypriot north of the island and the Greek Cypriot south.
And in South Tyro in Northern Italy sightseers gather where the village of Graun once stood. Now just a church tower can be seen sticking out of the partially frozen Lake Reschen reservoir.
The village was destroyed and the valley flooded in 1950, due to damming up the Etsch river to produce electricity.
Abandoned hotels in Varosha, the Greek Cypriot resort town of Famagusta, remain sealed off to people and settlements despite an easing of checkpoint crossings on the ethnically divided island
Beach umbrellas on Palm Beach bordering the ghost town of Varosha, abandoned during the Turkish invasion of 1974
Deserted houses and streets in the deserted town of Varosha, in northern Cyprus
Derelict apartment blocks and crumbling hotels riddled with bullet holes sit on empty beaches behind barbed-wire fencing after Varosha's 15,000 residents fled in 1974
In the U.S., perhaps the best known abandoned building across the nation stands derelict. The abandoned Michigan Central Station is seen in Detroit, Michigan.
The city is a part of America's Midwestern 'Rust Belt', the heartland of the country and home to big unionised manufacturers like the auto and steel industries.
For years, Michigan Central Station, the towering train depot on the outskirts of downtown Detroit, stood as a haunting symbol of the city's decline and fall.
People take pictures in front of the former church tower of the village of Graun in South Tyrol which sticks out of the partially frozen Lake Reschen reservoir in northern Italy
The village was destroyed and the valley flooded in 1950, due to damming up the Etsch river to produce electricity
The last train pulled out of the station in 1988, shortly before the Honda Accord became the best-selling car in America, a humbling milestone for the city and its top industry.
Continuing the industrial theme, old locomotives are seen in a train cemetery in Uyuni, near a salt flat some 290 miles south of La Paz.
These locomotives and freight cars were part of Bolivia's first railway network that carried minerals between Uyuni and Antofagasta, Chile, nearly a century ago, according to local media.
Rust belt: The abandoned Michigan Central Station is seen in Detroit, Michigan
The Michigan Central Train depot sits vacant just west of downtown Detroit, Michigan
Rusty steam locomotives are also pictured left abandoned at a locomotive graveyard at Thessaloniki, in Greece. The hulks include those of an American S160, Austrian 2-10-0 and 2-8-0, and other 2-8-0 steam locomotives.
In Japan, an aerial view of Battleship Island shows the site of an abandoned coal mining operation in Nagasaki Harbour.
Miners and their families lived on the island in apartment complexes and worked the tunnels underground.
Old locomotives are seen in a train cemetery in Uyuni, near a salt flat some 290 miles south of La Paz
End of the line: An old locomotive at the train cemetery in Potosi, Bolivia
Out of steam: Rusting machines at the Uyuni train cemetery, in Altiplano, Potosi, Bolivia
Rusty steam locomotives abandoned at a locomotive graveyard at Thessaloniki, in Greece
Closer to home, the eerie sight of derelict Maunsell Forts in the Thames Estuary can be seen. These were small fortified towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries built during the Second World War to help defend Britain from invasion.
They were named after their designer, Guy Maunsell. The forts were decommissioned in the late 1950s and later used for other activities.
One became the Principality of Sealand; boats visit the remaining forts occasionally, and a consortium called Project Redsands is now planning to conserve the fort situated at Redsand.
Ship wrecks rusting on the shores of the beach of Nouadhibou, one of the largest ship wreck cemeteries worldwide, Mauritania, north-western Africa
An aerial view of Battleship Island, the site of an abandoned coal mining operation in Nagasaki Harbour
Closed for business: Nara Dreamland, was closed in 2006, due to lack of visitors
Nara Dreamland is an abandoned amusement park in Nara, Japan. It operated from 1961 up to 2006, when it was closed due to lack of visitors
Light shines through the windows inside the empty main hall of the decaying Nicosia International Airport
An abandoned Cyprus Airways plane lies on the tarmac at the decaying Nicosia International Airport
Nicosia International Airport is an abandoned airport of the Cypriot capital of Nicosia. It was originally the main airport for the island, but the commercial activity ceased after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974
Long departed: Nicosia International Airport was originally the main airport for the island, but the commercial activity ceased after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974
An abandoned Cyprus Airways plane is seen on the tarmac through the shattered glass in a hangar building
Set adrift: Derelict Maunsell Forts in the Thames Estuary
Closer to home: Derelict Second World War Maunsell Forts built to defend Britain from invasion
In the market for a new home? A 1960's cold wold missile silo with a fully converted bunker can be all yours for just $750,000.
The missile silo, located Lewis, New York, that once held an Atlas missile, but was decommissioned in 1960 and emptied of all sensitive equipment, is now being sold as a one family home.
Complete with escape hatches, warning signs, rooms filled with control panels, one bedroom, and one bath, the silo sits on 8.3 acres of upstate farm land with a beautiful waterfront view on to the foot of the Adirondack mountains.
The Property: Seen from an aerial view, this decommissioned Cold War missile silo in Lewis, New York is being sold as a single family for $750K. The silo lies on 8.3 acres of upstate farm land
View: The missile silo sits on 8.3 acres of land that looks out on to the Adirondack mountains. The property also has a private pond and stream running through it
Underground: The bedroom is located in the silo's underground bunker in what used to be the Launch Control Center
Realtor Brian Dominic told KGW Portland that the house is so popular, his company is charging $375 just to see it.
'We'll probably get 1,000 inquiries via emails, probably 100 phone calls and that will lead to a handful of people that will actually visit the property,' Dominic told the station.
The two-story missile silo has 32,000 square feet, and is equipped with one bedroom, a utilitarian 'cook top' kitchen, and one full bath.
However the perspective home is bit of a fixer-upper, as the listing notes the basement is partially unfinished.
Secure: The Cold War missile bunker is fully equipped with heavy gun-metal gray blast doors that are both a good security system and can withstand nuclear fallout
Equipment: The missile silo comes fully stocked with old military equipment, that though it no longer works makes for interesting home decorations
Silo: The old missile silo that used to hold the Atlas missile now stand empty and rusted after years of disuse
Industrial: The decommissioned missile military complex looks less homey and more industrial with metal grates and steel doors throughout it
The silo-home is even located in a good school district, according to the online listing.
No longer an active missile base, the silo is still full of quirky details that do have a certain Cold War charm.
The rooms are filled with light up control stations, heavy metal doors, and rusted military equipment, as well as, 'ominous red lights, blast doors, and an emergency exit,' according to Realtor.com.
Rooms: The missile silo comes complete with a utilitarian kitchen that's advertised as having a refrigerator and 'cook top'
Living space: The living room is located in the old launch control center and furnished with authentic retro looking furniture
Command Center: Throughout the silo are pieces of old non-working military machinery, and in this room the realtors even included yellow hard hats as an authentic decorative touch
Communal: The silo's bathroom, like its other rooms, is very simple. Resembling a public school bathroom, the water closet has a multiple-person sink
The realtors have even stocked the house with yellow hard hats and army green jumpsuits for people who really want to get into the spirit of the complex.
Though the missile has long since been removed from the property, the empty air shaft can function as an impromptu skylight for the open-minded homeowner.
Built over 50 years ago the silo has the full amenities of modern living including a well drilled septic system, a propane water heater, cooling system for the whole house, and satellite dishes.
Military: The underground home has a wall adorned with clocks representing different time zones for the old occupants who potentially couldn't get out to see the light of day
Equipment: Though it no longer works, the missile silo is filled with old monitoring equipment that imaginative residents can play with and pretend to be living in the bunker 50 years ago
Authentic: The reality company hung olive green coveralls in the silo for those residents who want to get the full nuclear missile bunker experience
Other structures on the property include outbuilding, a storage shed, and a barn, for those who intent to farm on the property.
The only caveat is that living in a bunker can feel restrictive, as the rooms are located in the formed Launch Control Center and lit with hanging overhead lights and no natural light.
Tunnels: Occupants can move from room to room in the underground missile bunker by a series of lit tunnels
Space: Aside from the living areas, the rest of the 185 feet deep structure is full of numerous rooms containing old operating stations and out-of-work control panels
Outdoors: On the expansive property, that includes a paved road to the silo, there is a barn, storage shed, outbuildings, and 8.3 acres of green grass and trees
Missile: Included in the realtor's listing as a diagram of the original Atlas missile that the silo housed during the Cold War
But if occupants ever feel claustrophobic they can simply venture outside to explore the grounds and look out on to the pond or at the foliage dotted mountains in the distance.
And if there is ever a nuclear war, consider yourself prepared.