Against the best wishes of JFK in his last speech climate warfare accelerated after JFK left office. Operation Popeye might have killed thousands of people due to flooding inVietnam. UN declared climate warfare illegal so the military complex latched on to the environmental movement what resulted was a match made in heaven or hell?
How would environmental movement be different without US military influence. For example Bateson gave LSD to many in the environmental movement. MK Ultra mind control plus other things we don’t know about but we know something existed since documents burned. Bateson was married to Margret Mead who wrote Atmosphere Endangered Endangering with NIH funding. Nothing in history changes but it is new.
Animals and habitats are getting protected and I like that but if energy prices go up the poor will suffer. In Dhaka they get 2 hours of electricity. Children break breaks with small hammers. They burn trash for energy and this kills trees and 1 million people per year. Population controllers have subverted environmental movement we will see the effects soon. Nothing is usually all good or all bad? Beyond good and evil? Social engineering and weather engineering results are making me nervous but hopeful.
What if Climate Change is a new improved colonial movement to limit development in former colonies? As Greg Bateson framer of the CIA outlined.
Reporter Jack Anderson published a story in March 1971 concerning Operation Popeye (though in his column, it was called Intermediary-Compatriot). The name Operation Popeye (Pop Eye) entered the public space through a brief mention in the Pentagon Papers and a July 3, 1972, article in the New York Times. Operations in Laos ceased two days after the publication of the Times article.
The press stories led to demands from members of the U.S. Congress, led by Senator Claiborne Pell, for more information. U.S. House and Senate resolutions in favor of banning environmental warfare were passed as Senate Resolution 71 on July 11, 1973, H.R. 116 of 1974, H.R. 329 of 1974 and H.R. 28 of 1975.
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