Image via WikipediaAccording to legend, one day a man was wandering in the desert when he met Fear and Plague. They said they were on their way to a large city where they were going to kill 10,000 people. The man asked Plague if he was going to do all the work. Plague smiled and said, No, I'll only take care of a few hundred. I'll let my friend Fear do the rest.-Anonymous
Our Culture of Fear:
Paul Craig Roberts: Fear Rules
During these end-times "men will become faint out of fear and expectation", we are cautioned by the 'good book'. Is it any wonder then, that earthly authorities must appear to provide safety above all else to those "not knowing the way out"? Elsewhere in the scriptures we are warned "Put not your trust in princes, in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation". (It should be obvious that rulers are the modern-day equivalent of 'princes'.) Indeed, as expected the great multitudecontinues to misplace their trust in the ability of earthly governments and supra-national organizations to steer them in the right direction!
As this century has progressed, serious questions have begun to emerge about the validity of anthropogenic
(man-made) global warming, now renamed climate change. Whatever its failings otherwise, the world wide web continues to play a pivotal role in exposing the inconsistencies and downright untruths associated with this pseudo-scientific movement. Both the public and the conventional press, however, continue to believe in the safety of numbers, as if scientific truth can be established by majority fiat. Dissenters to the official viewpoint are dismissed as quacks and otherwise discredited for failing to 'toe the line'.
This article is the first in a series that is intended to raise questions about the official storyline that is widely accepted and believed by the masses - things we '
know to be so'!
Read for yourself:
Global Warming: The Cold, Hard Facts?
CLIMATEGATE: A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY
"A lie can run around the world six times while the truth is still trying to put on its pants." -Mark Twain