California Fires: Now The Water Is Contaminated (And You Wont Believe…)

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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
April 24, 2019

High octane speculation or no high octane speculation, this one definitely has the foul odor of “disaster crapitalism”, a.k.a. “disaster capitalism.” In this case, the disaster crapitalism may have backfired however, but we’ll get back to that. First, just in case there are any new readers here unfamiliar with our “memes,” a definition of “disaster capitalism” and an explanation of how “capitalism” became “crapitalism” is in order. And just so we’re clear right up front, I am not a socialist of any order or degree. I believe in private property, entrepreneurship, competition… you know, the usual mantra of things a “capitalist” should believe in. But I don’t believe in is what Catherine Fitts has called “disaster capitalism.” Disaster capitalism presupposes (1) that certain people have developed very exotic technologies, that can manipulate weather, or via a variety of exotic means to start fires, steer (or even start) hurricanes and tornadoes, and so on, (2) that these people use this technology covertly to create widespread disasters, such as hurricane Katrina or the California fires in order to drive people out of their homes and land, so that they can  buy their land on the cheap. Disaster capitalists practice these activities by hiding their deliberate acts behind events that most people would consider to be “acts of God,” since most people are unaware of the large amount of evidence pointing to the existence of such technologies and capabilities.

It’s worth remembering that these are the same people that brought you “weather derivatives,” because after all, if one has a secret technology to manipulate the weather, “weather derivatives” are a handy thing to have around; it’s the ultimate insiders’ trading mechanism. And that’s a dead giveaway to the whole scheme, and why I have amended Catherine Fitts’ “disaster capitalism” to “disaster crapitalism.” It’s of a piece with the shift from equity to “finance crapitalism” that we saw beginning in the 1990s (and which we saw clues emerging even earlier). Finance crapitalism, the making of money by moving paper, by speculations in paper securities, currencies, puts, calls, options, bonds, stocks, is thus the exact opposite of what I and many others were taught to believe was capitalism: the investment of money to make things or provide services. Investment is very different from speculation, and it’s that speculative component that links finance crapitalism with disaster capitalism in the ultimate fraud and racket: want someone’s land? Just burn ’em out, and make it look like an act of God. And it’s that speculation component that, perhaps, explains why the finance crapitalist can always be seen hovering in or near the corridors of socialist tyranny. Just imagine what a boon to Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin that weather manipulation technology would have been: troublesome kulaks resisting (re-)collectivization and re-fuedalization? Just burn ’em out. And some Billarmand Hammerbrowd would have been there to “make a deal” to “develop the assets” and sell off the stolen goods on the world market to enrich himself and the nomenklatura that inevitably results from such speculations. It is metaphysical speculation on “inevitable materialist progress” that unites the finance crapitalist, and the Marxist disaster crapitalist. Expropriation is always the name of the game.

Except when things go wrong, that is. That brings us to this story shared by C.V.:

Rare ‘toxic cocktail’ from Camp Fire is poisoning Paradise water. It could cost $300 million to fix. Read more here: https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/environment/article228969259.html#storylink=cpy

Now, just for the sake of argument I want the reader to assume that the Paradise California fires were such deliberate acts of “disaster crapitalism.” Indeed, one could argue that the earlier fires were also examples, and there is an abundance of evidence from both instances to argue that they were.  While most people that adhere to the idea that these fires were deliberately set also believe that the mechanism of doing so was some sort of directed energy weapon, there are a few other methods that might have been used, as I’ve tried to outline elsewhere. But for our high octane speculation purposes in this instance, the method isn’t important; the premise of deliberate action is.

With that in mind, now read these statements from the article:

Weeks after the Camp Fire roared through Butte County last November, devouring entire towns, officials made an alarming find: The Paradise drinking water is now laced with benzene, a volatile compound linked to cancer.

Water officials say they believe the extreme heat of the firestorm created a “toxic cocktail” of gases in burning homes that got sucked into the water pipes when the system depressurized from use by residents and firefighters.

Despite a long history of destructive wildfires sweeping through California, water experts said what happened in Paradise has been detected only once before — during the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa last year. The contamination in Paradise, however, is more widespread than anyone could have predicted, they said.

“It is jaw dropping,” said Dan Newton of the state Water Resources Control Board. “This is such a huge scale. None of us were prepared for this.”

The water contamination represents yet another unexpected and costly headache for California, a drought-prone state where water is a precious commodity and where seemingly endless natural and human-made disasters are draining resources. So far, the expected cleanup and insurance costs of the Paradise fire exceed $2 billion. Through FEMA, federal taxpayers are expected to pick up the cost of municipal repairs.

Experts who have rushed in to assess the problem say the water district may be able to clean pipes to some homes later this year, but it will take two years and up to $300 million before all hillside residents can safely drink, cook or bathe in the water from their taps. (Bold and italics emphases added)

Note that bit about the federal government, i.e., the taxpayer, paying for the cleanup; it’s that which makes disaster crapitalism so effective, because the potential buyer isn’t cleaning up the mess that he made, it’s the taxpayer. But what I found intriguing, from our high octane speculation point of view, is that the presence of benzene in the drinking supply, and the fact that one cannot drink, wash clothes or dishes, or bathe in the water adds a new level of inconvenience to any residents trying to tough it out. And notably, the same thing occurred in the equally suspicious Santa Rosa fires.

But in order to confirm this disaster crapitalism model, and to see if, in fact, it really is being used, we need to start watching the land sales in the regions of the two fires very carefully in the next few years. That, I strongly suspect, will tell us a great deal.

See you on the flip side…

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About The Author:

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

#Book Review: Quiet – The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain | #Introvert | #Thoughts | #Reflection


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Zy Marquiez
April 17, 2019

Quiet – The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain is masterful read into the inner workings of the reflective introverts that populate society.

This book by Susan Cain delves into the paradigm that has been glossed over in the “Culture Of Personality”.

Cain begins the book outlining the fact that we as a society have transitioned from a Culture Of Character to a Culture of Personality, which thus left us facing myriad issues from which society still faces today.

The book even elucidates that the world personality was not part of our vocabulary until the 18th century and that “the idea of “having a good personality” was not widespread until the twentieth.”  This goes to show that the notion of ‘personality’ is quite modern indeed.

Throughout the entirety of the book the author also enumerates countless examples of research and studies that have taken place which shows the notable differences between introverts and extroverts.  Its quite intriguing considering how wrong western culture has been about introverts over the last many decades, if not longer.

Even the school system has been tailored to fit the ‘culture of personality’ rather than the ‘culture of character’.  That has done a great disservice to many folks, because as the book mentions, between a third to a half of all people are introverts, and yet school is not only geared to push the personality paradigm, but people that are introverts get run over by the system due to people thinking there’s something “wrong” with just wanting to do work by yourself, or perhaps in a less noisy environment that fosters greater inner growth for such individuals.

In fact, the book names a few examples where parents, or people, thought something was “wrong” with a particular individual, when that was just their nature.  Not only that, but introverts, in many facets, outdo extroverts due to their inherent nature.  That’s not something that you will hear the modern media expound upon.  It’s not that there are inherently smarter than them, its that their process of critical thought is more efficient in many ways, not unlike two people each having a Ferrari to drive, but one isn’t capable of handling the vehicle at much higher speeds.

Ironically enough, Cain mentions how “we perceive talkers as smarter than quiet types – even though grade-point averages and SAT intelligence scores reveal this perception to be inaccurate.”

Cain also covers the interesting topic of the “Bus to Abilene,” which shows people’s penchant for following others who carry out actions – any actions.  These circumstances are the staple of extroverts by and large.

The author also covers the topic of The New Groupthink, which is given a cursory glance.

Within her thoughts, she gives her concerns for the system, which is constantly giving precedence for group work – “team work” – all at the expense of the individual, as it claims that ‘creativity and intellectual achievement’ only come via teamwork.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  The author covers facts that tackle this rather incisively.

This has taken place because America has wholly shifted en masse unfortunately to teachings that reflect the business community, rather than what’s best for the individual and culture as a whole What’s worse, Common Core will only further these agendas in order to make sure everyone’s ready to help corporations make even more profits at the expense of true learning.  Let’s digress however.

Another example of how introverts shine is how top performers are often the ones that have the solitude that they require that isn’t available in many working environments.  When freedom of interruption is available, these people overwhelmingly perform better than in environments where excessive stimulation takes place, which hinders production/learning.

Other notions examined are the one of Deliberate Practice, which can only be accomplished by being alone.  This notion is discussed at length in Talent Is Overrated – What Really Separates World-Class Performers From Everybody Else, by Geoff Colvin.

Deliberate practice is not only when individuals identify tasks to be done, but when individuals push beyond comfort and traditional boundaries to raise their performance level, whilst monitoring their progress and adjusting accordingly in order to be able to achieve what needs to be done.

This not only requires deep motivation, but can lead to incredible mastery of subjects.  It does, however, require a great commitment in many cases if one wants to achieve true expertise.

The book also covers how many extroverts were behind what took place in the 2009 economic downturn, and how introverts wouldn’t have been as careless with money.  It also covers how people tend to link velocity of speech with knowledge, but how that is a big mistake.

Group brainstorming electronically is also delved into, as well as the fear of public humiliation and how large of a role that plays a role in interactions between introverts and extroverts, how important temperament is, as well as the intricate subject of highly reactive children.  Also the topic of pseudo-extroverts is also covered.  This is important, because many people who seem rather extroverted, are in fact incredibly introverted.

If you’re a teacher, a leader, a manager, or any person that needs to know the inner workings of how introverts and extroverts interact on a daily basis, and how to take advantage of each of their strengthen, then this book is definitely for you.

I absolutely love this book and reference it quite often, and I hope that any of you who end up getting it get as much value yourselves.  It really is well worth the read.
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Suggested Reading:

Talent Is Overrated – What Really Separates World-Class Performers From Everyone Else by Geoff Colvin

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About The Author:

Zy Marquiez is an avid book reviewer, inquirer, an open-minded skeptic, yogi, and freelance writer who aims at empowering individuals while also studying and regularly mirroring subjects like Consciousness, Education, Creativity, The Individual, Ancient History & Ancient Civilizations, Forbidden Archaeology, Big Pharma, Alternative Health, Space, Geoengineering, Social Engineering, Propaganda, and much more.

The Black Economy [Pt. 2 of 2] – A Conversation With Catherine Austin Fitts

BreakwayIndividual.com
Zy Marquiez
April 19, 2019

There is simply no other person that understands what happens in the financial sector like Catherine Austin Fitts.

Not only does Fitts understand the Black Budget better than anyone in the public sector, but she’s also an incredibly caring and genuine individual, which is something you rarely see at all, yet alone in financial sector.  Fitts has done yeomen’s work and is highly underrated in alternative media.

Catherine Austin Fitts also have an incredible website at Solari.com.

For more information on this abstruse topic, read and watch:

The Black Budget – Catherine Austin Fitts
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In the following interview below, Al from Forum Borealis pursues enquiry with SEC Fitts into the Dark Economy, with facts & figures. How much assets did Bormann control after WW2? Will a world crash end oligarch power? How’s the Deep State looting YOU? How’s minimum 21 trillion $ sacked from U.S. state? How was 911 a plunder party? What’s the hidden system of finance? How many officials know & how many are in on it? Do foreign powers know? Is there in-fighting at the top? How to get out of the mess? Can a POTUS impose change? What’s blackmailing control files? What ECON models work? How’s the black budget laundered? What’s it producing & where?

 

 

Suggested Reading & Viewing:

A Breakaway Civilization – What It Is & What It Means For Us by Richard Dolan
The Secret Space Program & The Breakaway Civilization [Book Review]
The Secret Space Program & The Breakaway Civilization [Video]
The Black Budget by Catherine Austin Fitts [Video]
Why UFOs Matter – Richard Dolan
This Is The Black Economy By Catherine Austin Fitts [Part 1]
From Ancient To Breakaway Civilizations – A Conversation With Walter Bosley
Rise Of The Fourth Reich by Jim Marrs
Saucers, Swatstikas & Psyops – A History Of A Breakway Civilization: Hidden Aerospace Technologies & Psychological Operations by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
Covert Wars & Breakaway Civilizations – The Secret Space Program, Celestial PsyOps & Hidden Conflicts by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell.
UFOs For The 21st Century Mind by Richard Dolan
The Case For A Breakaway Civilization [Part 1] – A Conversation With Richard Dolan
The Case For A Breakaway Civilization [Part 2] – A Conversation With Richard Dolan

#Quote Of The Day – #Politics | #History

“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately.  Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something.  They know that there is a power somewhere – so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive – that they better not speak about their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”
– Woodrow Wilson

#Quote Of The Day – #TheFed | #Economy | #Finance | #Money | #FederalReserve

“The increase in assets of the Federal Banks from 143 Million dollars in 1913 to 45 Billion dollars in 1949 went directly to the private stockholders of the Federal Reserve banks.”
– Eustance Mullins

This Is The Black Economy [Part 1 of 2] – A Conversation With Catherine Austen Fitts | #Economy | #Finance | #Money | [Video]

BreakawayIndividual.com
Zy Marquiez
April 7, 2019

There is simply no other person that understands what happens in the financial sector like Catherine Austin Fitts.

Not only does Fitts understand the Black Budget better than anyone in the public sector, but she’s also an incredibly caring and genuine individual, which is something you rarely see at all, yet alone in financial sector.  Fitts has done yeomen’s work and is highly underrated in alternative media.

Catherine Austin Fitts also have an incredible website at Solari.com.

For more information on this abstruse topic, read and watch:

The Black Budget – Catherine Austin Fitts

Suggested Reading & Viewing:

A Breakaway Civilization – What It Is & What It Means For Us by Richard Dolan
The Secret Space Program & The Breakaway Civilization [Book Review]
The Secret Space Program & The Breakaway Civilization [Video]
The Black Budget by Catherine Austin Fitts [Video]
From Ancient To Breakaway Civilizations – A Conversation With Walter Bosley
Saucers, Swatstikas & Psyops – A History Of A Breakway Civilization: Hidden Aerospace Technologies & Psychological Operations by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
Covert Wars & Breakaway Civilizations – The Secret Space Program, Celestial PsyOps & Hidden Conflicts by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell.
UFOs For The 21st Century Mind by Richard Dolan
The Case For A Breakaway Civilization [Part 1] – A Conversation With Richard Dolan
The Case For A Breakaway Civilization [Part 2] – A Conversation With Richard Dolan

 

The Black Budget | Catherine Austin Fitts | #Finance #Economy #Money

“No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law; and a regular statement and account of receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to time.”
Article I, Section 9, Clause 7, U.S. Constitution

BreakawayIndividual.com
Zy Marquiez
March 29, 2019

If there is one woman that has earned the trust of many within the alternative research community including myself, it’s Catherine Austin Fitts.  If you want to understand finance in ways you never imagined, if you want to see finance discussed in a very non-mainstream point of view that isn’t afraid of asking tough question, and yet still learn copious amounts of information about what happens behind the scenes, Catherine Austin Fitts’ is the person to listen too.

For many years Fitts’ was stating that there was TRILLIONS of dollars missing from the federal budget, and many people laughed at her, scoffed at such a statement.  “How could the government lose so much money?”  Those that have been paying attention know that it happens far more regularly than most realize and that the mainstream media would care to admit.

All her hard work paid off when Dr. Mark Skiddmore found documentable evidence that $21 Trillion Dollars was in fact missing from government coffers.   If that doesn’t leave your head spinning, nothing will.  By Fitts’ estimates, the missing money actually goes into the 40-50 Trillion Dollar range, which is money at scales hitherto unprecedented when it comes to stolen money.  And if you think that stolen money is being used to simply being used to purchase condos at the beach, I got a cheese cake factory to sell you on the moon.  You need to think bigger, much bigger. 

If you want a full crash course on this audacious story, please click here.

The video is a must watch for everyone if you wish to comprehend the world we live in from a financial point of view.

 

Suggested Reading & Viewing:

A Breakaway Civilization – What It Is & What It Means For Us by Richard Dolan
The Secret Space Program & The Breakaway Civilization [Book Review]
The Secret Space Program & The Breakaway Civilization [Video]
Saucers, Swatstikas & Psyops – A History Of A Breakway Civilization: Hidden Aerospace Technologies & Psychological Operations by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
UFOs For The 21st Century Mind by Richard Dolan

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About The Author:

Zy Marquiez is an avid book reviewer, inquirer, an open-minded skeptic, yogi, and freelance writer who aims at empowering individuals while also studying and regularly mirroring subjects like Consciousness, Education, Creativity, The Individual, Ancient History & Ancient Civilizations, Forbidden Archaeology, Big Pharma, Alternative Health, Space, Geoengineering, Social Engineering, Propaganda, and much more.