Techniques Being Used To Try And Instil Fear For the sake of the New World Order?
Since writing the post on the Uncensored site about the use of 66 and 6 in the “swine” flu news in New Zealand on the 28th of April, a moderator at the Prisonplanet.com Forum stated he had found a 66 and a 6 in “swine” flu news in the US, where it was claimed there were: “66 confirmed cases across 6 states.” There is a screen shot of it below from Google.com.
The use of the sixes, the flight over New York in a plane that looked like those used on 9/11 a few days ago that led to people panicking and the container of flu virus samples packed in dry ice that exploded on a Swiss train, suggest that those in power are intent on trying to terrorise and traumatize us.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) upgrading of the level of influenza pandemic alert from phase 4 to 5, while a WHO member dismissed claims that more than 150 people have died from swine flu, saying it has officially recorded only 7 deaths around the world at the time of writing, is perhaps more evidence of this, although it appears the WHO may be underestimating the impact of the virus.
The use of techniques to frighten, which are reminiscent of those in B-grade horror movies, may be being used in order to make people easier to control so that they take the Novavax vaccine, accept the carbon taxes, submit to martial law and kneel to the New World Order. They are taking advantage of our fears. Their motto “Ordo Ab Chao,” means order out of chaos and it looks as if that is what they want to put us through – chaos – in order to achieve their goals. In light of the insidious methods being used now, it is plain to see who the New World Order is not for. It is not for us and we need to step out of fear and recognise how we are being played. George Orwell warned: “If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.” Let’s make sure this is not so. We have the power.
The Power of Nightmares: The Rise In The Politics of Fear, a BBC documentary series by Adam Curtis. (2004).