What are the TV1 Ads For ‘Rapid Response’ Conditioning Viewers For?

by Clare Swinney
Sunday, December 2nd.

Over the last few days, TV1 has been running an ad for two programs scheduled for Monday evening, namely Border Security and Rapid Response, which will be aired at 7.30pm and 8.00pm, respectively. The brief ad mentions that Rapid Response will deal with the issue of an anthrax attack and creates the impression that it’s in the realms of possibilility that New Zealand could fall victim to one.

Make sure you watch it to see what brainwashing operation the powers-that-be are pulling on the unsuspecting public this time. One thing you can bet on is that this program won’t mention that the real culprits behind the widely publicized 2001 anthrax attack on Congress were US government employees at the US Army’s Ft. Detrick, MD., bioterrorism lab. Link

The fantastic amount of money the US Administration has been spending on biowarfare over the last few years has been a concern to many and indicates that something on a grand scale is afoot. For instance, the US Federal government funded US$14.5-billion “for ostensibly ‘civilian’ biowarfare-related work alone” for the fiscal years 2001-2004. Link
Also, according to Rutgers University molecular biologist Richard Ebright, over 300 scientific institutions and 12,000 individuals have access to pathogens suitable for biowarfare and terrorism. Ebright found the number of National Institute of Health grants to research infectious diseases with biowarfare potential shot up from 33 in 1995-2000 to 497. Link

Some people say, “We’ll be alright in New Zealand,” as if they are blind to the New World Order strategies and structures established around them, as they are in the US, the UK and elsewhere. The contrived topic of an anthrax attack upon New Zealanders on TV, is yet another indication that we won’t be.

What do you think?

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Clare Swinney

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