The lack of mainstream coverage regarding geoengineering, GMO foods and other natural health issues is shocking. It brings into focus that the mainstream media refuses to cover anything the alternative media and everyday people talk about all of the time..
The questions surrounding chemtrails and their use are extremely confusing, even more so than GMO issues. If the weather can be controlled, why not use it for good? If Obama wanted to leverage the weather to get reelected, why not save the day by deflecting Hurricane Sandy back to the Atlantic Ocean? Geoengineering is real. Many purposes for it I hear currently are fantasy and speculation because the facts are hidden from the public. Because the mainstream refuses to discuss this reality with the American public at large, the issue does not get fleshed out in a way that is acceptable.
This ‘conspiracy theory’ is real and not discussing it seems crazy, so let’s do what journalist Liam Scheff does and call ourselves conspiracy realists.
Geoengineering is not the first topic to be completely ignored. But for most ‘conspiracies’ it is not the lack of coverage, it is the lack of truth. The mainstream loves to tell snippets of truth mixed with drama, to keep the status quo in tact.
When the war on drugs is mentioned in the mainstream, why don’t people talk about why marijuana became illegal to begin with? If people knew the truth, it is inconceivable that it could remain illegal. There are many truths with this plant that go ignored in the mainstream, but the history behind its prohibition is enough to change any sane individuals mind.
Prohibition started with William Randolph Hearst, a newspaper tycoon in his day. He was a shrewd businessman who produced his own paper, cultivated from timber on his own land. He produced really cheap paper that turned yellow and his sensationalistic ways helped coin the term ‘yellow journalism’. Using his own timber allowed him to produce cheap paper and have an edge over his competition. In the 1920′s the public began to toss around the idea of growing hemp for paper and building materials, rather than timber. This is because hemp can be grown much faster and on less land and produce better results. Hearst had already bought many thousands of acres of land, so this threatened his fortune.
Hearst decided to attack hemp, focusing on it’s recreational use and fears white people had of latino’s and blacks. In the 1920′s Hearst began publishing misleading articles about hemp. Except, instead of calling it hemp, he began calling it marihuana, a term most never heard of before. He portrayed it as a mexican drug infiltrating America. He is almost completely responsible for “Reefer Madness”, which saw people not caring about hemp in 1915 to people being terrified by 1930.
At this point, hearst got help from another man who took the campaign to another level through the political realm. Harry J Anslinger worked at the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and was instrumental in getting a number of oh-so-silly reefer films available to an increasingly scared public. After championing hemp restrictions, in 1937 The Marihuana Tax Act was passed, crippling the industry with ridiculously high taxes.
Aslinger had this to say about weed:
Marijuana is the most violence causing drug in the history of mankind. Most marijuana smokers are Negroes, Hispanics, Filipinos and entertainers. Their satanic music, jazz and swing result from marijuana usage. This marijuana causes white women to seek sexual relations with Negroes.
He also said:
Those who are accustomed to habitual use of the drug are said eventually to develop a delirious rage after its administration during which they are temporarily, at least,irresponsible and prone to commit violent crimes. One man has no reaction at all; the next may go berserk and try to stab somebody or harm himself.
Those who support marijuana laws as they are now are supporting the actions of a timber tycoon bent on ‘yellow journalism’ and the quotes above from a man who clearly knew nothing of the plant and had an agenda derived from racism.
Back to my original point. This should end any and all debates about weed and these facts should be presented in the mainstream. Instead, they focus on scientists race to prove it has medicinal benefits, which it does, even though that is irrelevant to other vital uses, which would help save the Rainforest, while crippling the oil and lumber industry for the betterment of mandkind.
Liam Scheff broke down the mainstream coverage of Kennedy assassination beautifully, arguing basically that conspiracy realism is more beneficial than mainstream news. If you had to summarize his breakdown in two words it would be: grow up.
Regarding 9/11, mainstream censorship has been blatant. In 2010 Jesse Ventura published an article about 9/11 on The Huffington Post. This after Arianna Huffington asked Ventura to write editorials about anything he wanted. So why did this particular article about architects and engineers discussing 9/11 get pulled? Luke Rudowski of WeAreChange.org had the same question and got this response:
We do not accept conspiracy theories. So, like, people who think 9/11 was an inside job or anything like that, we don’t post that. We believe that there is so much that can be truly investigated based on facts and we don’t want to do stories on conspiracy theory.
What does she think about the idea of a new investigation?
It’s always very hard for people to bring closure to things. Whether it is the Kennedy assassination of 9/11. But every often, simple explanations are sufficient.
Huffington Post continually publishes stories on UFO’s, Kim Kardashian rumors and many other speculative topics. So why can’t they cover a possible new investigation into 9/11? What is stopping them?
Simply put, they’ve been invited to the big kids table, known as mainstream media. This allows them to further dominate the web rankings but limits them in discussing real topics. They like to dive into divisive topics like global warming but refuse to discuss geoengineering. They like to dive into the abortion topic without discussing the use of drones in the United States and abroad.
The mainsteam is useless. It will never grow up. And like a snake that can’t shed its own skin, they have been infected and will die.