Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 20:42:34 GMT
From: "JFP" <blueskynopsamble.com>
Subject: Re: Who's Killing Us?


RICKFARLEY <RICKFARLEYnopsamigy.net> wrote in message news:8g1fr6$2en0$1nopsamsvr04-int.news.prodigy.com... > > I have no idea what the poster had in mind, but maybe it had to do with the > hatred that the eco-facists, such as Al Gore, have towards makind in general > (we are a blight on the earth) and automobiles in particular, and those of > us with big V8's are the most hated of all. Don't be suprised if someday the > federal government bans production of big V8's. If you think what I just > said was stupid keep in mind that 15 years ago, if you told a group of gun > owners that someday the fed's would ban the manufacture and import of > certain guns and high capacity mags, you would have been laughed at. BTW, > all this talk across the country about building mass transit systems is to > prepare us for the day when the fed's limit the use of cars and what kind of > cars can be produced in order to save the environment. What the socialists > can't get in through the front door they sneek in through the back door via > the environmental doom propaganda - the ability to travel freely allows us > to enjoy our other freedoms. Sorry to get political on you but if you don't > already understand what is really happening, someday you will. Brings to mind the book "Report from Iron Mountain." Been a long time, but from what I remember it was a "ghost" author. Many though it was John Kenneth Galbraith. Anyway, the book is still available, probably through some "right-wing booksellers." It was about a group of "high IQ" types that were sequestered in Iron Mountain, located in New York back during the Kennedy Administration time period. All I can remember now is that the main thrust of the book was that this group was given the task of figuring out a "valid" explanation for the "justification" of a One World Government. Since protecting us from space aliens was not a valid reason, what they came up with is this environmental crap. The reasoning went something like, it would take a world government to keep things in order on earth because pollution strays beyond international borders, etc., etc. When you look at the last 30 years of propaganda, concerning "pollution," etc., it makes the book look pretty legitimate now. Think there is anything to it???? Nah! Conspiracy theories are just a bunch of bull anyway. Right? Just ask the media and Rush Limbaugh (thinking with only half his brain all the time).

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