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February 2, 2010

Lord Monckton – Melbourne 1st February 2010 – ETS Conference

 

 

The Sofitel Hotel Grand Ballroom was filled to capacity with a majority of the kind of Melburnians who were demonstrably happy to obediently chant the Lord’s Prayer before the anticipated Lord Monckton took to the stage. I was seriously wondering whether I had inadvertently stepped in to the wrong event; climate change skeptic Powerpoint slides to amuse earlycomers- check, Ian Plimer – check, hard uncomfortable chairs – check, but what was with the church-like introduction and the slow moving sea of Christian suited and booted conservatives? I looked about me for further clarification: I could have easily been lured in subconsciously by the free offering of jugs of cold water in the hotel lobby- it was a scorcher of a Melbourne afternoon [enter joke about global warming]. I wallowed in the fact that I hadn’t dressed up at all and was possibly going to obtain footage of some kind of secret meeting and had got in undetected by the hotel security. On the flipside I contemplated that I may have just shelled out $20 for a glass of water and a prayer in the Hotel prayer room facility.

“Good Afternoon, almost evening, Gentlemen” it begins.  

Really?! Have I made it into the ranks of knighthood? Why did nobody else seem to shift uncomfortably in their seats at this omission to address female attendees? As a side contemplation: when do we officially announce Evening? I would have left quietly at this stage if I wasn’t squished betwix two burly suits. I relax once Ian Plimer, famed Australian geologist begins with a general introduction into proven global warmings and coolings- The Little Ice Age, the Medieval Warm Period and our billion years of climate change to set the scene.

 I look around me once again and silently hope that the man in the grey suit who approaches the podium after the Lords Prayer to excited hand clapping, the 3rd Viscount of Brenchley Christopher Lord Monckton, could be our real hope of exposing the climate change fraud. Gee-wizz, he certainly has the aristocratic ‘zazz.

 “Correlation need not imply causation”, he begins. The proceeding slide was a dot chart speculating the correlation between the amount of Republican Senators in the US over a period of time against the occurrences of sunspots. The crowd seems to enjoy this pretty amusing start to the talk (and also seemed versed enough in sunspot theory enough to chuckle unhindered by any embarrassing incomprehension).Lord Monckton, eloquent and knowledgeable (and so posh he squeaked) stood to the stand and began to go through some rather complicated looking equations and charts; each PowerPoint slide heralding a Royal Portcullis (see above) positioned aloft dot charts and eugenicist-laden quotes by Al Gore (where he most cleverly substituted the word “lie” for “lay” as some kind of archaic pop at the American accent) or some equally nasty fellow affiliated with the UN, Greenpeace or the WWF.

A powerful argument against the ETS proposals is the hindering of Third World development. As most of us will already know, areas of the Third World which would traditionally be used for growing crops to feed the population are now being converted into areas generating “Biofuels”. Haiti, Lord Monckton points out, was one of the areas this happened most prominently. By limiting the available land for producing foodstuffs, clearly food prices go up, food becomes a ‘weapon’ [the UN has put out dozens of public documents calling for an 80% world population reduction. Catherine Bertini, the head of the UN food programs in 1995, paraphrased the famous Kissinger statement, “Food is power. We use it to change behavior.“]. The African Energy Cycle diagram, though crudely simple [why did he simplify and skim over worded slides and dwell on equations and fractal diagrams that only a Mathematics graduate would understand?] portrayed that the basic ‘Source, Transmission and Use’ system of generating power that will be destroyed under an ETS system and thus holding back the Third World in terms of self sufficiency and imported food reliance [so what is new?].

Lord Monckton did provide me with a lovely new fact about our friend Al Gore which I think everybody should know. It is alleged that during the filming of An Inconvenient Truth Señor Gore purchased a $4m condo in St Regis CA, only feet from the sea(a particular area he proposed would be under the sea)!  

In the UK, where they have implemented an ETS scheme already, Monckton suggested that industry is shifting overseas to China or India (who will not sign any form of ETS) destroying jobs, the economy, an increased tax bill and, yes [shock horror] a larger carbon footprint. China, it is suggested, are not going to be signing any agreement and have increased coal power plants by 1 or 2 per week. The Chairman of the IPCC owns a steel industry in Redcar, England, moved to India (the Chairman’s birth country) losing approximately 1700 UK jobs but gaining some elusive Carbon Credits for doing such a grand job of weakening the UK in the numerous aforementioned ways [ for the greener good, of course].  

The cost of Climate Change Policy, he goes on, producing a simple bar chart of how much is being spent on such ETS schemes and policies so far. Focused Adaptation he says is the answer: Paying the charge at the point [‘of sale’] and not in taxes.  

According to Monckton, The Copenhagen Treaty, Paragraph 38 stipulated:  

  • Give Government the right to set the global market- i.e an end to ‘free’ trade
  • Give Government the power to levy taxes as it feels necessary
  • Deemed ‘wealthy’ nations will be taxed 2% of their GDP
  • 2% tax on ALL financial transactions
  • 300 alleged new bureaucracies
  • A world-wide cap and trade regime
  • Unlimited non-compliance fines.

 

… And no democratic provisions he declares! Did anyone versed in NWO literature believe there would be?! Australia is not a democracy- the two party system as it is elsewhere in the western world is a fraud, funded by the same people.   

He started with “Global warming has been going on for 300 years” but now there has been “no global warming for a decade”. The IPCC declared in 1990 until 1995 that any warming on the planet could not be attributable to anthropogenic causes. The in 1995, one man suggested that the body of evidence now points to a discernable human influence on global climate. They go on in 1995 to stipulate that there is a 90% probability of human influence on the climate. Monckton mocks the IPCC stating that their ‘scientific methods’ are comparable to the talk attendees putting their hands up and the board taking that as scientific fact. Although he makes a valid point- you simply can’t stipulate a probability based on data such as the possibility of human activity.  

So, we are told- in the end- we cannot actually predict the climate anyway; that sun spot theory, cloud cover theory, other pollutants, manipulated data, having BBQ’s beneath temperature gauges in the US, fractal equations and the NWO all confuse the picture [snigger]. So what does he call for? A Royal Commission investigation into the ‘facts’! Thunderous applause from around me.

During the hasty Q and A section, a man questioned Monckton’s “cherry picking” of data from the IPCC and failure to acknowledge other aspects of the IPCC reports was threatened with removal from the vicinity if he did not let the Viscount speak! I found the over-reaction (it happened twice) to people questioning the ‘truth’ portrayed in the talk astonishing. Is this the democracy you speak of? How we would would throw our hands up if this happened at an Al Gore talk! The talk was in my opinion rather disjointed, complicated where it needn’t be and simplified where it shouldn’t have been. It also, in my opinion failed to provide any new listeners to our argument with the overarching real picture of the political framework the ETS really is set in. The IPCC have already been shown to have lied- the story is out there. The attempts to implement World Government in Copenhagen should have taken a few more slides. I ask you Lord Monckton: what is your agenda? Why did you choose a Maltese Cross to put behind you for no reason other than to speculate hypothetically what an equation would look like (the equation was a Mandelbrot fractal) – I wished my camera caught the moment more effectively, I would have posted it.

  

A lot of people will have attended the talk and enjoyed the pompous humour and religious, conservative hoo-rah [and free cooled water in stemmed glassware]. I pray [in an unreligious way] that Lord Monckton is our man to bring it to the public knowledge that Global Warming is a fraud, that the Climategate emails do question everything we think we know about science ‘fact’, that scientists at that level are paid to manipulate data for political means and that an investigation [preferably not a Monarch-funded one] should be demanded.  

I also think there is a new danger in that the boundaries between the big ‘climate change debate’ and general environmental concerns have been blurred: To be against a ETS or a Cap and Trade Scheme does not make a person ‘anti-environment’. I would surmise that having knowing the facts surrounding the history of this manufactured environmental movement, which stinks of the eugenics ideology if you look further back enough means you see the bigger picture, care about the Third World and care about the potential to cripple ourselves by propping up a green flag we know nothing at all about apart from that in our society it looks good to support the cause. I urge every supporter of such ‘action’ groups as the WWF and Greenpeace to look into the group’s history, their facts and leaders.  

  

 I also ask myself- does it matter if he exposes at least part of the NWO agenda? “Quid Est Vertitas [Tintoretto]” he declared fervently, using an old painting of the questioning by Pontius Pilate as a visual prop (cleverly providing the Christian majority in the crowd with a moral reference point). A few nodding, questioning heads and I’m sure some angsty clenched fists in laps. Where do we go from here? Is it as simple as “No taxation without verification”? In which case, I want out.

November 26, 2009

Something To Chew On: Kellogg’s, Eugenics and Race Betterment

“As a child I had a dream, a marvelous dream, in which I saw a wild place in the country. Dirty children were pouring down the road. The dream gave me the idea for my lifework…the Sanitarium. Everything here has behind it one ideal: biological living to improve the American race.”-John Harvey Kellogg

Emblazoned across the box of Kellogg’s Cocoa Krispies earlier this month (Coco Pops to anyone in the UK or Australia): “Now Helps Support Your Child’s Immunity!“.

Crikey.

Hang on! Where is my childhood breakfast time companion Coco the Monkey? And why do Americans get the correct spelling of “Cocoa” and the three brats from Rice Krispies (Crispies?) on the cover instead? Are Americans really more trusting of three young white kids with pixie ears and big scary eyes (the effects of a century of puffed rice laced with high fructose corn syrup) over a spritely brown big-eared monkey? I guess nutritional health claims carry more scientific weight when they’re introduced by magical singing elves Smack, Crack and Pot.

Are we naive enough to believe that cereal can increase immunity? Why, a box of cereal certainly works out cheaper than visiting the Doctors nowadays. A chocolatey spoon of puffed rice is also undoubtedly more tasty than a metal needle stabbing you in the upper arm. Why not just include a ‘free’ vial of the H1N1 vaccine (syringes sold separately) so we can all shoot up with a healthy dose of mercury and squalene before we “eat”? It may reduce the need for people to go a-rushin’ to their nearest clinic (amidst the “Oh-my-God-we-are-running-out” shortages and “God-save-us-in-the-scary-pandemic” type alerts). There you go ‘, that’s one from me. Keep it. Use it. Go on.

Apparently, the City Attorney of San Francisco, US, Dennis Herrera sent a letter to Kellogg’s and to the Food and Drug Administration in the US asking Kellogg’s to prove its claim:

“I am concerned the prominent use of the immunity claims to advertise a sugar-laden chocolate cereal like Cocoa Krispies may mislead and deceive parents of young children.”

No. Really?

Interestingly, in the same year as our friend Monsieur Kellogg (1852-1945), inventor of the cornflake, began selling cereal commercially (1906), he also founded the Race Betterment Foundation to help stop the “propagation of defectives.” Our Kellogg was also on the Advisory Council of the American Eugenics Society.

It seems that Kellogg was convinced that poor dietary and moral habits were leading America down the path of ‘race degeneration’. His solution was eugenics, not merely as a set of policies, but as a quasi-religious ideology. As you do, when you are the business of fashioning flattened flakes of corn.

Kellogg’s’ reveled in his role as defender of scientific efficiency in the realisation of power to control global breakfasting habits. Build up the monopoly; get kids hooked on sugar, playful characters and free toys and then pump whatever ‘immunity boosting’ elements you like into the boxes. For example, there are heaps of interesting articles on Folic Acid in cereal (and now we have it as mandatory for wheat flour – and therefore bread- in Australia). The ridiculousness of the entire situation is that the very target market for folic acid fortification is young women and mass medication is simply not good public health policy. [however, unlike the fluoride in the water, one does have a reasonable element of choice in what we eat for breakfast]. Like most things that get approved by food standard agencies and departments across the globe, there are too many unresolved issues and questions around safety and efficacy- nevermind the issue of the immorality of ‘mass medication’. I say: If in doubt, leave it out. But Kellogg’s insists that once we wake up we all (well, particularly impressionable young children) need to shovel down our mouths:

Rice, Sugar, Chocolate (4.5%), Cocoa Powder, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Malt Flavouring, Flavouring, Niacin, Iron, Vitamin B6, Riboflavin B2, Thiamin B1, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12.

“Kellogg’s Krispies cereals provide consumers with 25 percent of their daily value of vitamins A, C, and E, which play an important role in boosting immunity according to peer-reviewed, published, scientific research” says Kellogg’s.

…Come on.

[Coco Pops are also 40% sugar by weight.]

In his work Plain Facts, Kellogg even prohibits those with contagious ‘urban’ diseases, such as tuberculosis, and cholera, from marrying and reproducing offspring, essentially targeting immigrants, and those whom he collectively labeled “the lower classes”. According to Kellogg, “a few generations of such a degenerating process would exterminate the [white] race, and drive it back to Darwin’s ancestral ape.” Kellogg even compared the product of miscegenation, “hybrid” humans, with mongrel dogs: “Different varieties or races of the same species may form a fertile union, the result of which is a mongrel — a cross between its two parents, possessing some of the qualities of each. All the varieties of dogs are produced by crossing different races, and so are mongrels.

One newspaper said Dr. Kellogg and Dr. Burbank were trying to make the United States into a great stock farm, by breeding for human efficiency.

“I wish we had the power to do that very thing. It would not be such a bad idea,” he continued, “it certainly would be a great deal better than to have the United States a great stock farm, breeding mongrels-which is what we are doing now.” – John H. Kellogg

Very important Americans supported this idea, from Roosevelt, Carnegie, the Rockefellers and the Kellogg family:

Society has no business to permit degenerates to reproduce their kind…. Some day we will realize that the prime duty, the inescapable duty of the good citizen of the right type is to leave his blood behind him in the world, and that we have no business to perpetuate citizens of the wrong type” (1913- Roosevelt, Theodore)

Now, this is where it gets particularly interesting…

Apparently, Kellogg was a big anti-sex/anti-masturbation activist. You’ll find that he was actually on such a far end of the spectrum that he didn’t have sexual intercourse with his wife even once in their 40 years of marriage (he worked on his book “Plain Facts” on their honeymoon). It would make sense that a self-proclaimed eugenicist would want to limit the reproductive capabilities of the ‘degenerate’ population who consume the highly processed GM foodstuffs in cartoonised cardboard boxes?[ See Porn Flakes Kellogg, Graham and the Crusade for Moral Fiber]

He said (in Plain Facts):

“A plain and healthy diet, with only two meals a day, among other things, would reduce sexual feelings”

So clearly John Kellogg thought there’s link between a person’s diet and his sexual desires. Could the eugenics ideology of today’s global elite NWO have infiltrated our breakfast options by design?

Anyway, don’t let me put you off your cereal. Chew away. But please check the ingredients in “Special K” before you swallow too much…

[Me? I had fruit toast this morning. If you are interested.]

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111001/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Harvey_Kellogg

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/food/2009-11-02-cereal-immunity-claim_N.htm

http://www.bakeryandsnacks.com/The-Big-Picture/Swine-flu-prompts-Kellogg-to-quit-Rice-Krispies-immunity-claims

http://www.xomba.com/cocoa_krispies_fights_swine_flu_kellogg_claims_cereal_helps_immune_system

http://www.amazon.com/Plain-Facts-Young-Harvey-Kellogg/dp/0554368749

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http://infowars.com.au

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