Steve A. Stone
Dear Friends and Patriots,
We contemplate time. There's a sense that "now is the time" or "time is running out." There is a growing unease associated with the passage of time. In Davos there are discussions of "timelines." In most of the world forums like the G-7, the G-20, all the other Gs, and the United Nations we hear endless yammering about the impending death of the planet; that ".. we have to act now – we're out of time." AOC famously stated that " ... we only have 12 years before the world will end if we don't do something now." That was in 2019. Time. Everyone is preoccupied by time.
One thing I know – it's time for all to know who your friends are and also your enemies.
Time? I'm not so sure it's on our side, but I do see that we grow a bit stronger every day. The "enemy," our enemies, are getting very, very nervous. It's too bad more people didn't wake up to what is going on 20 years ago. We'd be in a totally different place. We could use a bit more time, but we have to make do with what we have.
Think about something for me. Think about the movies we see that depict ancient times and ancient places. Especially some of the movies that are made in China. Then, there are westerns filmed in the US, Mexico, Spain, and Italy. Think of the movies made in Morocco and other northern African countries. Then, maybe most movies made in Australia that aren't centered in a city. What do we see when we watch those movies? What do you see? I see amazing vistas. I see rolling hills, mountains in the backdrop or as part of the scene. I see farmlands as far as the eye can see. I see entire valleys with no signs of human presence. I see huge expanses of dunes or desert. I see such things over and over in movies, just as I have all my life. What does that tell you?
If you think about all the films and videos shot in Iraq and Afghanistan during the seemingly endless time of our presence in those lands, what did you see? I don’t know about you, but I saw great expanses of land that were virtually unoccupied. Mesopotamia, which is the oldest settled part of Iraq, is thought to be the earliest place settled by humans. Yet, there don’t seem to be all that many of them there now. What little I know of Iran tells me its geography is stunning and its population density is on par with Iowa.
Now, think of yourself on an airplane heading west from the east coast at 30,000 feet, looking down as you fly. What do you see? The answer? Once you get past the Mississippi River – not much! East of the Mississippi you see rugged, mostly forested terrain. You see big valleys and rivers. You see large cities and small towns. You see lots of roads, going everywhere. In the west you see a few cities, especially if you fly at night. Mostly you see a patchwork of farms and wide-open ranch lands. You see the vastness of the Great Plains; rolling terrain with a few roads, but you don't see much evidence of actual habitation. That's the truth of America. We still have vast expanses that are either occupied with farming and ranching or pretty much unoccupied altogether.
Europe has had people for, what – 10,000 years, give or take? One might think it was filled up many centuries ago and there's no room anywhere for more people. But, that's just not so. Europe still has lots and lots of farmland and it has great forests that are hardly inhabited at all. It has mountains with no residents. It has valleys with tiny towns dotted here and there. There is plenty of room in Europe. The cities might be nightmarishly clogged, but there's still lots of room.
Europe does have one problem worth noting – the water. As far back as I’ve been able to research I’ve read accounts of water pollution. Humans are lazy, but have always been so. We know streams will carry away things we don’t want lying around us, so for thousands of years humans have used them as a means of keeping occupied land sanitary. That means everyone, everywhere knew better than to drink from lakes, rivers, and streams. Well water was generally safe, but not used for much more than washing and cooking. Fermented drinks were the hydrators of choice everywhere humans lived, at least for the past 5,000 years or so. The reason I bring up water is sort of simple. It’s estimated that only 1% of the water on the planet is potable. That 1% number always sounds scary. But, when you think of the truth that the planet is 75% water, then what we’re really talking about is 1% of that spread across the 25% that’s land. Now, it doesn’t seem so scary, does it? Besides, who calculated that 1% anyway? How do we know the number is remotely accurate? Regardless, one thing I know is true – it’s completely impossible to “waste” water. Water exists in something of a closed loop system. It goes downstream to the oceans or evaporates. Evaporated water has no pollutants – it’s pure H2O. It comes back as rain. The rain either replenishes lakes, rivers, and streams, or it goes into the ground to replenish underground reserves. If you understand the truth of water you know it is absolutely impossible to run out of the stuff – it just keeps on recycling on its own. What’s needed is to keep improving the efficiency of how we use it. Even if only 1% is naturally potable water, that number can be improved with modern technology. There are problems that relate to water and human consumption, but when you hear we’re running out and in danger of dying of thirst – that’s just pure nonsense.
We keep being told the planet is in crisis. There are too many people! There's too little food! CO2 is a pollutant! We're almost out of natural resources! Is any of that true? If so, then why is the whole talk of crisis so ... unequal? We should contemplate the truth of China and India as the planet's most populous nations and biggest polluters by far, yet with no international ire or controls directed their way. We hear of the gigantic plastic island supposedly in the Pacific (or was that the Indian Ocean?) that started out being reported as the size of Rhode Island, but supposedly is now the size of Texas, even though … it doesn't actually exist. People who've tried to find it using satellite imagery tell us it's just not there. Why the story at all? Why invent a plastic island? What's the real point? Why direct international ire at nations that don't have the problems being proclaimed? What's the game in play?
It's all scare tactics. “They” want us to be afraid of something – anything. They want us to be afraid of micro-organisms. They want us to be afraid of running out of energy. They want us to be afraid of plastic straws. They want us afraid of guns. They want us afraid of police. In reality we shouldn't fear any of those things. It's "THEY" we should be terrified of. "They" are the ones who keep setting people up. "They" are the ones who are designing the campaigns of fear that keep rolling out and making our days less than they could and should be. "They" are the ones who engineered the COVID epidemic and are now managing the vaccine and booster campaigns. "They" are desperate to get us all under their control so they can do with us as they will.
We are living in a bubble. But, it's not a bubble that protects us. It's a bubble constructed of lies and half-truths, a bubble designed to destroy our will and turn us into complacent drones.
"They" are our enemy. "They" need to be positively identified and dealt with. "They" don't hesitate to dox us, so why would we want to hesitate to dox them?
If there was such a thing as true investigative journalism we might know who "They" are. But, that's just not the case. "They" are the wizards behind curtains, and there's no one willing to try to pull the curtains back and identify who lurks there.
Today almost every government on the planet is under the control of those unseen wizards. “They” are working madly behind their curtains, trying to control us and control time. Their aim is to impose total control on all of humankind, and to do it in only a few short years. “They” decided 2030 was that year, not us. We didn’t have any say. No one asked us. But, we do have a say in whether or not that total control scheme will actually be realized. We have a say, whether they ask or not. We just have to do two things only.
We have to be aware.
We all have to declare, “I WILL NOT COMPLY!”
You can do that, can’t you?
Steve© Steve A. Stone
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