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Letter to the Editor: Depopulation has begun

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By Robert L Warren
East Carbon


Never before has citizens of the United States enjoyed such political freedoms in self-determination over their lives, as well as having enjoyed the affluence of the most prosperous middle class in human history resulting in freedom. Enjoy it while you can because its decaying fast and is almost over. Both your perceived assets, even your life belongs to the Government and the minions representing the elite as we transition from an industrial based economy to a post industrial society. Many of us will soon no longer be needed, categorizing us as expendable.

Every day we're reminded, we are nothing but "useless eaters" allowed a temporary right to exist on this planet by the generous elite.. We are constantly reminded we have no right to the resources on this planet. The elite own the water, the food and all other material assets. Control water, food and energy supplies, you control the people.

The labor class will dramatically shrink. We have become nothing more than a bunch of ''useless eaters''. The elite and government minions state, we would be better off if the human population was 'reduced from 7 billion to 500 million', unfortunately for us they really mean it. If you think the elite are kidding when they make such statements its time you pulled your head out of the sand. Look around you, everywhere on this planet, the elite are asserting their authority over the "useless eaters" who occupy space and consume "their" resources. The bulk of humanity are kept in metaphorical zoo-like cages (FEMA Camps) and exist for the mere entertainment of the elite.

Literally, nothing belongs to the common people. The elite own the food, the water and all the shelter on this planet. In every country it is the same. The elite, by hook or crook, appoint their minions to government positions. The government subsequently creates the conditions whereby the whims of the elite are enforced, thus, enslaving the people. The elite's strategies differ slightly depending on the local politics. In China order to enforce dictates moving the masses from rural areas to ghost cities, the whim of the elite then is brutally enforced by the end of a barrel of a gun. In Uganda, when villages are needed to plant trees in carbon offset programs, the Uganda military simply burns down the villages and declares the inhabitants to be trespassers. Dr. Henry Kissinger tells us, " Depopulation should be the highest priority of U.S.A.'s foreign policy towards the Third World."

And in America, when the elite wants what you own, there is a pretense of going through constitutionally based courts under the guise of pseudo justice. However, the result is still the same. The Constitution is ignored by judges and you lose. America, there is an important question to consider. If we are so free, as we are constantly reminded by the mainstream media, then why are we spied upon without provocation or cause? And if we are so free, then why is our ability to raise objections being systematically eliminated?

Those of us who represent private entities, will soon find our access to the internet eliminated. The fact that the 'Internet Control Bill' is attached to NDAA is no accident because this means dissidents, posting anti-government rhetoric on the internet, can be snatched off the street and held indefinitely for their "terrorist" views. There is a second and equally disturbing development in that the government has declared the people of this country do not have the right to challenge the government on its unconstitutional actions. This is a position which fully exposes the fact that America is no longer a ''We-The-People" democratic republic, but rather a dictatorship serving the elite.

Additionally at issue is the ACLU's right to sue the NSA and IRS for unconstitutional and unwarranted intrusions into the private lives of all Americans by spying on their every communication and their web-surfing habits. This position, taken by our government, validates my earlier point that we have no rights and are living under King Obama's planned dictatorship.

Why does this government feel it needs to spy upon all the people?--- Billions if not trillions of dollars are being spent to this end. We should be concerned the police state practice (similar to Hitler's brown shirts) of gathering private information on its citizens represents a practice that has never failed to result in genocide, against at least a segment of its population. Therefore, if we use history as the judge of Governments intensions, we should all be hiding under the bed.

Although, and maybe, it would be appropriate to imitate the anti-gun crowd in Colorado who stalk and harass the activists recalling politicians attempting to seize the guns of law abiding citizens. Guns are not the problem, its the gun grabbing polities that's the problem. On a more serious level, we all need to ask where this is leading. We should all consider, the fact that there is, a certainty information being gathered by NSA and will be used against "undesirable Americans". This is a civilized description for genocide, of "Ecoscience."

Relate to the recently retired members of FEMA and DHS who have sought the company of like-minded people as they sought refuge in remote locations in preparation for what is coming. Maybe we should pay closer attention to what people say as well as what some people are doing.

There can be little doubt that depopulation is a consistent theme of global leaders and the idea has been around for a very long time. Preaching drastic population reduction may be one thing, but when the actions match the stated intent, all of us would be fools to not pay close attention and act accordingly as circumstances warrant.

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