posted on Jun, 26 2010 @ 04:55 PM
ive considered the population control angle of this and at least at first glance it really doesnt make sense when you realize that the entire US
population is not even 1/16th of the entire world population. You would think if US depop was the goal there would be more overt efforts....although i
must concede that if depop was the goal it could certainly be done over the course of YEARS rather than months, afterall contaminating the food supply
could truly have a devastating impact on health and longevity. I heard/read recently that cancer had just overtaken heart disease as the leading
killer in the US.....and i wouldnt doubt that our food has a great deal to do with that along with the additives and sideeffects of packaging material
and growing methods.
now...if depop is one of the goals of the elite....i would expect to see some very noticeable efforts made in the major population centers of the
world, namely africa, india and china. Barring some major action there i think the depop agenda doesnt have much to back it up.....but well see...
oh, and back to the US implications of the oil crisis.....i think its just another event designed to keep us off balance and focused on things other
than whats really going on in the world....its a commonly used tactic that is successful en masse almost every time......9/11, financial crisis, and
now this.....keeps ppl off balance and unable to see through the smoke and mirrors to what their 'masters' are doing that is most important....and
also keeps us in survival mode.....not exactly the best mental state to be in.