Terror Enhanced Delusion
Plausible deniability on the political front and the presentation of interference with our atmosphere as a dire necessity means global chemical firms have us wading in toxic soup guaranteed to fell the mightiest oak and mankind along with it. Minute aluminium particles make up the greater part of the recipe with barium salts acting as a catalyst.
Runnymede Institute is composed of Fellows from many disciplines clocking blatant collateral damage these hare-brained schemes effect on us today. Yes, it’s a dirty job, we’re not the only ones doing it and the result of even the most miniscule advance in Black Project exposure is poo-pooed by a global political class that has populations so cowered, they’re even afraid to look upward at their hazed sky in wonder anymore.
It doesn’t require high-fallootin credentials to recognise that a war of attrition between humanity and the bureaucratic machine has so far been a resounding victory for the parasites because they control what passes for money. Everyone is busy trying to make ends meet in their debt trap and ignoring the things that really make life worth living, like people working to raise children already co-opted as police state snitches.
Limited debate in both economic and scientific matters skirts every known risk with an all-knowing arrogance that defies logic, is wholly devoid of common sense. Had Wall Street truly been able to balance risk, the coming shitstorm in the markets would be but a wild conspiracy theory. If scientists involved in making unfathomable changes had a shred of decency to check the suicidal hubris, we might now believe them too.
The common excuse for secrecy when it’s not somehow connected to our ‘national security’ is that some news is so awful, people couldn’t possibly stomach it. Major propaganda organs maintaining a comfortable stance from truth prefer conjuring feel-good, candy-coated Newz to detach the unwitting with modern-day classics like the Perfect Vagina. Our world is falling to bits, you can decide which clip to share.