Manchen Völkern genügt eine Katastrophe, sie zur Besinnung zu bringen. Deutschen, so scheint es, bedarf es des Untergangs. (Arthur Müller v.d. Bruck)
Fear is the favored official tool for control by oppressive totalitarian agencies. The proliferation of fears is as limitless as the human imagination. Once one focuses on fear, the endless fearful events of the world feed it. Fear becomes obsessive and may take any form. Fearful thinking can balloon into paranoia or generate neurotic defensive structures, and because it is contagious, it can become a dominant social trend. (David R. Hawkins)
"Fullford...he is still a CIA Asset and technically this information doesn´t exist..he doesn´t exist... He exists on a webside, but in the establishment view..people who have information and believe at the moment is okay and can use the system..Look at David Icke, he decided that he wanted to change society for the better..he created an internet radio television station..at the present moment on the planet you cannot use the structure to change itself and that´s why he was attacked, because he needed a Bank Manager, he needed an Advisor, he needed this, he needed Buildings and Equipment, the System is inbuilt to protect itself and as soon as it detected that he was about to
change that, it destroyed him. There have been many other people who have tried, in a physical sense to make change and it´s been turned against them and they are infiltrated and attacked, you are psychic and you will survive greater than others, because of that psychic ability (Kerry Cassidy) and you are aware of that and you have been attacked, we all have, those who are trying to do good here. (Simon Parkes)(2017)(11.1.)"
I don't advocate violence, but I have to be honest and direct. The spraying of the population with known toxins is an act of violence, nothing less. Just as placing people in gas chambers. Just as poisoning someone's food. Spraying toxins into the air is a violent crime that causes disease and death. As we watch life continue to die on this planet, we must remember that the speed at which murder is committed does not make it any less violent. (Russ Tanner) (2015)