Friday, May 29, 2015


Temecula, CA – In high school my last year, I wrote a piece called, 'The Art of Being Nice'.
The theme was that if people just chose to do the right thing they could make the world a better place. It was naive and based on the message of my church. At the March Against Monsanto I attended at Laguna Beach last Saturday, my heart was touched by  young GMO Free children who wondered the same thing almost 50 years later as we had an open question session for the march participates. It is the question of 'Why?'.
Listening earlier to Brett talk of his experiences, speaking about the Monsanto and other Ag Science companies spokespeople who act soulless, the question of 'how' seemed to lurk just underneath the veil in his passionate speech to the gathered concerned crowd. It might be easy to write off the motive of Monsanto as monetary but that's a cop-out, and you could tell that Brett felt that. In fact, Brett Wilcox seems to be where I was after reading The Emperor Wears No Clothes, the third time. I had now come to recognize true evil because it stood naked in front of me, convicted by reason.
But evil isn't evil to evil. Evil is a plan to make things better. Hitler received The Pope's blessing because he told the pontiff that medical research from the sacrificed Jews would move idiopathic medicine forward a thousand years and dispel all the 'folk remedies' that were based on witchcraft and magic herbs instead of the Church sanctioned established doctors. As you walk into the Temecula Hospital and look around at the future, right or wrong, Hitler delivered. So what is Monsanto's plan and where did it come from? Part one of the series 'What's Wrong In This Picture'.
The history of Monsanto starts over a hundred years ago but the motive behind Monsanto's plan began thousands of years ago. It has taken this long for the pot to boil. There are actually two origin stories, one physical and one metaphysical.
The physical motive starts with Plato. The great thinker who lived was an essential figure in the development of philosophy, especially the Western tradition, and he founded the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world. Along with his teacher Socrates and his most famous student, Aristotle, Plato laid the foundations of Western philosophy and science. Alfred North Whitehead once noted: "the safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato." 
Plato's dialogues have been used to teach a range of subjects, including philosophy, logic, ethics, rhetoric, religion and mathematics. His lasting themes include Platonic love [a sterile, non-germinating relationship] the theory of forms, the five regimes, innate knowledge, among others. His theory of forms launched a unique perspective on abstract objects, and led to a school of thought called Platonism. Plato's five regimes were Aristocracy, Timocracy, Oligarchy, Democracy, and Tyranny. The five regimes correspond to the five areas of the image in Nebuchadnezzer's dream, gold, silver, and so forth down to the feet. The tier in each of Plato's regimes consists of souls believed to be out of those materials, ie., aristocracy = gold and silver, etc. This accounts for the worth of different peoples [souls] through the eyes of Monsanto and those like Monsanto.
Plato's new religion of reason based on abstract ideology would become known as Deism. It had no time for the imaginative disciplines of mysticism and mythology. It turned its back on the myth of revelation and on such traditional "mysteries" as the Trinity, which had for so long held people in the thrall of superstition. Instead it declared allegiance to the impersonal "Deus".
Deistic thinking has existed since ancient times. Among the Ancient Greeks, Heraclitus conceived of a logos, a supreme rational principle, and said the wisdom "by which all things are steered through all things" was "both willing and unwilling to be called Zeus (God)". Plato envisaged God as a Demiurge or 'craftsman'. Outside ancient Greece many other cultures have expressed views that resemble deism in some respects. However, the word "deism", as it is understood today, is generally used to refer to the movement toward natural theology or freethinking that occurred in 17th-century Europe, and specifically in Britain
Original art illustration by Wm. Brun
The 17th century saw a remarkable advance in scientific knowledge, the scientific revolution. The work of Copernicus, Kepler, and Galileo set aside the old notion that the earth was the center of the universe. These discoveries posed a serious challenge to biblical and religious authorities, Galileo's condemnation for heresy being an example. In consequence the Bible came to be seen as authoritative on matters of faith and morals but no longer authoritative (or meant to be) on science.
Isaac Newton's (1642–1727) mathematical explanation of universal gravitation explained the behavior both of objects here on earth and of objects in the heavens in a way that promoted a worldview in which the natural universe is controlled by laws of nature. This, in turn, suggested a theology in which God created the universe, set it in motion controlled by natural law and retired from the scene. The new awareness of the explanatory power of universal natural law also produced a growing skepticism about such religious staples as miracles (violations of natural law) and about religious books that reported them.

This effectively widened the gap between traditional Christians and what are called "Christian Deists", since this new foundation required that "revealed" truth be validated through human reason. Deists saw their mission as the stripping away of "priestcraft" and "mysteries" from religion, thereby restoring religion to its original, true condition – simple and rational. In many cases, they considered true, original Christianity to be the same as this original natural religion.
Enlightenment thinkers, under the influence of Newtonian science, tended to view the universe as a vast machine, created and set in motion by a creator being, that continues to operate according to natural law, without any divine intervention. This view naturally led to the view that everything in the universe – including human behavior – is completely causally determined by antecedent circumstances and natural law. As a consequence, debates about freedom versus "necessity" were a regular feature of Enlightenment religious and philosophical discussions.
In the United States, Enlightenment philosophy (which itself was heavily inspired by deist ideals) played a major role in creating the principle of religious freedom. There is controversy over whether the Founding Fathers were Christians, deists, or something in between. American Founding Fathers, or Framers of the Constitution, who were especially noted for being influenced by such philosophy include Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Cornelius Harnett, Gouverneur Morris, and Hugh Williamson. Their political speeches show distinct deistic influence. Other notable Founding Fathers may have been more directly deist. These include James Madison, possibly Alexander Hamilton, Ethan Allen, and Thomas Paine (who published The Age of Reason, a treatise that helped to popularize deism throughout the United States and Europe).
Unlike the many deist tracts aimed at an educated elite, Paine's treatise explicitly appealed to ordinary people, using direct language familiar to the laboring classes. How widespread deism was among ordinary people in the United States is a matter of continued debate. A major contributor was Elihu Palmer (1764–1806), who wrote the "Bible" of American deism in his Principles of Nature (1801) and attempted to organize deism by forming the "Deistical Society of New York" and other deistic societies from Maine to Georgia.
Meanwhile another old Greek philosophy came on board to partner up with a religion of reason; eugenics, the belief and practice which aims at improving the genetic quality of the human population. It is a social philosophy advocating for the improvement of human genetic traits through the promotion of higher reproduction of people with desired traits (positive eugenics), or reduced reproduction and or sterilization of people with less-desired or undesired traits (negative eugenics), or both.
While eugenic principles have been practiced as far back in world history as Ancient Greece, the modern history of eugenics began in the early 20th century when a popular eugenics movement emerged in Britain and spread to many countries, including the United States and most European countries. In this period eugenic ideas were espoused across the political spectrum. This is the time when Monsanto was born, see history of. People deemed unfit to reproduce often included people with mental or physical disabilities, people who scored in the low ranges of different IQ tests, criminals and deviants, and members of disfavored minority groups. The eugenics movement became negatively associated with Nazi Germany and the Holocaust - the murder by the German state of approximately 11 million people - when many of the defendants at the Nuremberg trials attempted to justify their human rights abuses by claiming there was little difference between the Nazi eugenics programs and the U.S. eugenics programs.
So now we have the proper 'religious' frame of mind, the deist idea that God is off somewhere napping, we have our list of undesirable folks that aren't wanted but what is the motivation to go from this 

to this? 

Freedom versus necessity never really left the equation but now 'necessity' has been spun into scarcity.
We have demoted people based on their souls' worth according to the image in Daniel. That image is the god Mammon, the god of Money [circulation]. Things increase in value by their scarcity. The value of oil, diamonds, famous paintings of dead artists, all increase by scarcity. The lie has been sold that the planet has too many people at present. I have good friends who believe this. If you really believe God is off somewhere jerking off, then maybe the 'good stewards' of the planet need to tidy the place up, but in reality, it is the very forces of super-corps like Monsanto that are turning the planet into their self-fulfilling prophecy. The lie told is titled Agenda 21. It is being sold around the world by NGOs who tout God Move Over. That is the physical side; greed, deism, and an aristocratic/elitist bent. But the people who don't believe in the 'mysteries' of religion are wrong. 

Metaphysically, the Bible, regardless of being put together by man, is a magic book which contains the words of those who spoke words given them and performed miracles assigned to them by active forces, aka God, who takes an active involvement to correctly bring about the future as it has been written down.
Brett Wilcox was right about the soulless people of Monsanto who have planned the soft draw-down of humanity. It helps to consult a Strong's Concordance on the interpretation of the word 'between' used in Genesis 3:15. The implication is plain: there are two tribes in opposition to each other on the planet now and have been almost since the beginning. The Bible says you will know them by 'their fruits'. One bloodline is descended from Cain and a read from either of Brett's books, We're Monsanto – Lie After Lie, book one or two, will give you a look at one bloodline and the type of people from it, who now seem to be everywhere in charge. Simply put, the 'nice' just isn't in some people's blood on this planet by nature.

For an up-to-date revised look at how this bloodline came to be, that Daniel 2 shows Monsanto's coming destruction, plus a reveal of the cryptic real message hidden in plain sight concerning these topics, pick up a copy of Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green, now on its 21st 'sign/wonder since publication. You can find all these stimulating books on sale now at Amazon. 
Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so, every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.” - Matt 7:15-18
(All emphasis - Ed)

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