One Root, Many Arms
Lloyd discusses the origins of humans, genetic experimentation and the Intervention Theory. Topics Discussed: hominoids, Ivan T. Sanderson’s “Abominable Snowmen”, the fossil record, human evolution and the missing link, Miocene apes, alien and UFO resistance, the Minnesota iceman, genetically engineered humans, primates and humans, junk DNA, microevolution/macroevolution, cuneiform stone tablets, Zecharia Sitchin, the seven daughters of Eve, genetically engineered plants and animals, brain useage, autistics, Anunnaki, angels, and Nephilim. In the second hour, Lloyd Pye talks about the Starchild Skull which was found in Mexico, 100 miles south of Chihuahua in a mine tunnel, by a young girl in the 1930’s.
Brien Foerster, assistant director of the Paracas History Museum in Paracas, announced in February that a geneticist analyzed the first flesh sample from the skulls and found that segments of its DNA do not match any known human or human-like species from the past.
The results are preliminary, and Foerster said he made the announcement to gain public interest, and thus funding to continue analysis on more samples.
Though Foerster did not name the geneticist, he said this geneticist is in the United States, has all the right credentials, and does contract work for the American government.
Foerester has taken a keen interest in elongated skulls and done much independent research over the years. He told Ancient Origins in a taped interview (see below) in February that about 5 to 10 percent of the hundreds of elongated skulls he has seen from around the world do not appear to be the result of intentional deformation. The binding techniques usually leave a flattened surface on part of the skull, but some of the skulls he has seen appear quite natural.
‘Expected to reach an estimated $35 billion in profits this year, the organic market has become attractive to food companies on all sides of the spectrum, opening up the door for potential abuses.
Under-the-table financial contributions to politicians in Washington have allowed Big Food companies to hijack the organic industry by selling products blatantly in violation of strict organic standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).’
By the late 1800s, the United States was looking for an excuse to kick Spain out of Cuba. U.S. business was heavily invested in sugar, tobacco and iron on the Caribbean island.
The U.S.S. Maine was sent to Havana in January of 1898 to protect these business interests after a local insurrection broke out. Three weeks later, early on the morning of February 15, an explosion destroyed the forward third of the ship anchored in Havana’s harbor, killing more than 270 American sailors.
President McKinley blamed Spain after the U.S. Naval Court of Inquiry declared that a naval mine caused the explosion.
American newspapers blamed the Spanish despite a lack of evidence. “You furnish the pictures and I’ll furnish the war,” newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst told Frederic Remington after the illustrator reported that the situation in Cuba did not warrant invasion.
A number of historians and researchers later argued that the ship was blown up by the United States to provide a false flag pretext to invade Cuba and expel Spain.
Another embarrassing chapter has unfolded for Western intelligence and security communities in the wake of the so-called “Sydney Siege.” The suspect named by the media as “Man Haron Monis” also has gone by the names “Manteghi Boroujerdi” and “Mohammad Hassan Manteghi” and was an individual now confirmed to have long been on the radar of the Australian government, media, law enforcement, and court system since his arrival on Australian shores almost two decades ago.
Claiming he was a “lone wolf” attacker whose violence and extremism could not have been foreseen is betrayed by an extensive criminal record including murder, preceded by the suspicious circumstances that brought him to Australia to begin with.
High-risk counties within 100 miles of nuclear reactors where 2/3 of breast cancer deaths occurred 1985-1989
We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet. I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet. ~ Stephen Hawkings
As the country struggles to find a place to bury spent nuclear fuel, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has decided that nuclear waste from power plants can be stored above ground in containers that can be maintained and guarded indefinitely.
The decision, in a unanimous vote of the commission on Tuesday, means that new nuclear plants can be built and old ones can expand their operations despite the lack of a long-term plan for disposing of the waste.
The chairwoman of the commission, who voted with the majority but dissented on certain aspects, said Friday that the vote risked allowing Congress to ignore the long-term problem.
“If you make the assumption that there will be some kind of institution that will exist, like the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, that will assure material stays safe for hundreds or thousands of years, there’s not much impetus for Congress to want to deal with this issue,” the chairwoman, Allison M. Macfarlane, said Friday. “Personally, I think that we can’t say with any certainty what the future will look like. We’re pretty damned poor at predicting the future.”
A tank farm at Hanford, Washington, built in the 1940s, uses only single-wall tanks to store radioactive sludge from plutonium processing. Many of the tanks have leaked, tainting groundwater.
The Hanford Tank Farms house 53 million gallons of high-level radioactive and chemical waste that is the byproduct of “reprocessing” spent nuclear fuel.* The high-level waste is stored at Hanford’s 200 Area in massive underground tanks – 177 in total, most of them several decades past their design life and 1/3 of them confirmed leakers – a few miles from the Columbia River.
This waste is deadly stuff; toxic, highly radioactive and producing gases that must be vented to prevent catastrophic explosion**.
A clear picture of tank waste contamination in the soil and groundwater at Hanford has not really emerged – due to the complexity of the task and years of government denial and failure to fund adequate characterization. One million gallons of this waste is officially acknowledged to have leaked from the tanks, but a 1998 study by Department of Energy scientists estimated the total leaks 6 times that amount. Other sources put the amount closer to 10 million gallons with more evidence continuing to emerge***. With tank waste contaminating the groundwater and the Columbia River, any amount is too much.
Given the weakening integrity of the tanks and serious threat of further contaminating the groundwater, minimizing tank leakage and stabilizing the waste are considered the highest priorities of Hanford cleanup work.
Babysitting radioactive waste
Work at the tank farms mainly involves monitoring conditions within tanks and, when necessary, transferring waste from older, unstable single-shell tanks shell to more modern, stable double-shell tanks. Essentially, Hanford’s nuclear operators are babysitting the tank waste – an extremely important babysitting job that costs approximately $300 million a year.
Shelly Doss spent 23 years working at Hanford’s tank farms — where 56 million gallons of radioactive chemical waste is stored. She earned awards for her dedication and leadership on the job.
But in 2008 a new private company was given the contract to manage the tank farms, and it was then that Doss said she noticed a change in culture. Her job was to make sure the company, Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS), followed the permits issued by the state — rules issued by the Department of Ecology governing how the cleanup should proceed.
Doss said she found that WRPS was falling short on safety. In one example, a work area was not properly wrapped in special plastic to keep toxic waste from contaminating the ground and, potentially, anyone working in the area.
Doss also said she was asked to lie on the job. Her manager urged her to sign an official document to be sent to the state showing she had inspected dozens of wells that lead to groundwater at the site. In fact, Doss was not able to locate the wells and did not inspect them. She refused to sign the paperwork.
According to Doss, the violations she found were not a matter of slightly different interpretations of safety rules. “These were blatant violations, and when I caught it I went, ‘Whoa! Time out, we have to stop. We cannot continue like this, we have to report this,'” she said.
But Doss said her WRPS bosses didn’t agree. They wanted Doss to ignore six major violations she flagged in a two-year period. Her manager removed her from all six of the projects until she had no work duties left.
“They were angry that I brought up these violations. They were very angry because they had been getting away with it,” she said.
In October 2011, WRPS fired Doss. In the months and years after, she and her family began to experience financial problems. Doss said she found herself suffering from depression and anxiety.
A pattern at Hanford
What Doss went through is similar to how big contractors at Hanford treated other whistleblowers. In the last year, URS, a major company that owns half of WPRS, fired two high profile managers who would not back down from their concerns over nuclear safety issues.
Dr. Walt Tamosaitis’ case has drawn national attention over the past four years. He charges that he was unfairly punished starting in 2010 after he raised concerns about a critical part of the $13 billion Waste Treatment Plant (WTP), a project overseen by his employer, the URS Corporation, which is a subcontractor to Bechtel National. The plant will one day convert the nuclear sludge in Hanford’s tank farms into stable glass for long-term storage.
Last October, URS fired Tamosaitis, a 44-year veteran engineer. He said he believes the company got rid of him to get rid of his whistleblower suit, noting that URS offered him a severance package with a single string attached: The money is available only if all current and future lawsuits are dropped.
One of the biggest critiques of nuclear energy is that it produces radioactive waste in the form of used nuclear fuel, or UNF. While the amounts are relatively small — just 20 metric tons per power plant annually — they remain radioactive for periods of time that are difficult for humans to comprehend. The waste adds up across the 100 nuclear reactors currently in operation across the United States. At last count, the country’s atomic fleet had produced approximately 69,720 metric tons of UNF over the past four decades.
“When the results of mud samples from the Marin County bay side shoreline and the Pacific coastline are analyzed and reported, low-level ionizing radiation from the Sierras will be identified as the cause of what may be the highest breast cancer incidence in the United States. High rates of autism also occur in areas, between the Sierras and Marin County, in low energy slow water environments where swampy still water and mudflats occur, and are recharged with contaminated water washing down from the Sierras. The California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) found a 273 percent increase in autism cases between 1987 and 1998. This is due not only to residual ionizing radiation washing out of the Sierras, but also to the nuclear power industry in California.”
“(D)uring a breast cancer conference on January 21, 2006, by the Bay Area Breast Cancer and Environmental Research Center (BABCERC), University of California scientist Dr. Mary Helen Barcellos-Hoff from the Lawrence Berkeley Lab, introduced herself as “the mouse lady”. She stated very clearly, during her presentation to 600 women, that “radiation is the only known cause of breast cancer in mice.” She repeatedly mentioned in her talk that “Radiation is the only known cause of breast cancer in mice and that is why I use it to cause breast cancer in mice.” She concluded her talk, by saying that in their research they “never identified the cause of breast cancer in women”.
No, but hundreds of millions of dollars later, they sure did in mice… ionizing radiation.”
Most Politically Active Corporations Receive $760 from U.S. Government for Every Dollar Spent on Influencing Politics
This kind of back-room dealing is completely commonplace in the Obama administration. Obama has doled out special favors to all manner of large political donors, rewarding them with everything from cushy jobs as ambassadors to countries they know nothing about to large Federal contracts to further pad their wallets.
The current financial crisis in the United States involves some of the very same Zionist criminals and entities discussed in the earlier chapter, “The Architecture of Terror: Mapping the Network Behind 9/11.” The collapse of their criminal scams on Wall Street could very well expose more clandestine intrigues involving the Zionist gangsters behind 9/11, if it were allowed to happen. Such outrageous criminal scams cannot be kept hidden for long. The criminals behind this latest financial scam need to be brought down – not propped up. If anyone should be in Guantanamo facing harsh interrogation for answers about 9/11, it is people like Maurice Greenberg and Michael Chertoff.
The government loan of $85 thousand millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars ($85 billion) to keep afloat Maurice Greenberg’s criminal operation, American International Group (A.I.G.), brings into the spotlight one of the key individuals in the Zionist criminal network behind 9-11.
Maurice Greenberg and his fraudulent company A.I.G. have paid fines of more than $1 billion for various financial crimes. Greenberg was personally fined more than $130 million in 2009. Why was Greenberg’s criminal racket bailed out?
CRIME PAYS: $85 BILLION FOR GREENBERG
Where’s the outrage? If George W. Bush is not directly related to Isadore Bush, the Jewish wine merchant who headed the B’nai B’rith lodge in St. Louis in the late 1800s, he just as well ought to be. As president, George W. Bush has done more to advance the agenda of the secretive Jewish brotherhood of Freemasons, the real Elders of Zion, than any other political leader in living memory. The proposed plan to use $700 billion taxpayer dollars to bail out the Zionist gangsters of Wall Street is Bush’s coup de grâce, the final thrust of the dagger by a treasonous president into the bleeding body politic.
The Zionist plan to bail out A.I.G. and its criminal boss, Maurice R. Greenberg, with a government loan of $85 billion dollars should have gotten American taxpayers up in arms. This was, after all, taxpayer money they are stealing. The $700 billion bailout was described by the New York Times as “an ambitious effort to transfer the bad debts of Wall Street into the obligations of American taxpayers.” Make no mistake about it, the bailout was a massive transfer of American wealth to Zionist criminals – a huge “rip-off” in plain English.
Israel has the right to shell Palestinian hospitals and schools out of self defense as long as Hamas stores rocket launchers next to them, US Sen. Elizabeth Warren said during a town hall meeting in Massachusetts this week.
Warren, darling du jour of American liberals, defended her vote to send more defense funding to Israel in the middle of its recent fierce offensive on Gaza, saying she believes civilian casualties are the “last thing Israel wants,” according to the Cape Cod Times.
More than 17,000 homes in Gaza were destroyed or damaged beyond repair, making around 100,000 Palestinians homeless, since the war began, according to UN estimates.
According to a senior UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) official, 373,000 Palestinian children are in need of “immediate psychosocial first aid” due to the onslaught of Israeli strikes.
Warren supported Israel’s military aggression, justifying its use of force based on America’s “very special relationship with Israel.”