The Silencing Of Scientists As The Power Structure Takes Control


The human race and all life on Earth is plummeting  toward extinction on the current trajectory, where is the voice of reason and science? The cancer that is the global power elite has successfully paid off, threatened, corrupted, or otherwise silenced the scientific community that should be sounding the alarm on countless fronts. Now, special interests are the source of the “science” that determines our collective fate. From the blatantly visible climate engineering assault taking place in our skies day in and day out, to the GMO insanity and countless things in between, the unravelling of the biosphere and the web of life is accelerating rapidly. The global population must be awakened to the war that is being waged against them by those in power. So many in the science community will come out from the shadows if we the people can provide the cover to do so. All must do their part to sound the alarm. The 2 minute video and article below are shocking testimonials as to the hijacking, corrupting, and/or ignoring of the science community  at all of our peril.
Dane Wigington



Bill Passed: EPA Must Take Advice from Industry Shills, NOT from Independent Scientists

Source: The Organic Prepper


The Environmental Protection Agency is a federal agency that is charged with the responsibility of writing and enforcing legislation to protect human health and the environment.  Established under Nixon in 1970, the EPA is another one of those agencies that sounds like a good idea, until you peel off the shiny friendly top layer to discover the stench of corruption underneath. Up until now, they at least pretended to be there to serve as watchdogs, but it seems like they’ve decided to give up on that silly illusion.

Since they are looking after all things environmental, they need unbiased specialists to advise them on policies and issues.

Silly me, I always thought that sounded sort of…I dunno…science-y.

Our estimable House of Representatives disagrees.

Apparently they feel the EPA should not take advice from independent scientists at all. In fact, they believe it so strongly that they just passed a bill barring the freaking ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY from taking the advice of independent scientists. They are now expected to take their advice from people who are “industry affiliated.” Oh – and those people don’t actually have to be scientists at all.

Yeah. Because that’s not a conflict of interest.

Certainly people who work for companies like Monsanto or Dupont will be diligent in ensuring a healthy environment, even if it costs their companies extra money, right?  I’m sure those folks that work for companies that indulge in fracking will absolutely halt it if it seems like it’s causing problems with the groundwater or something. No matter what the cost to their companies, we can all feel confident that they’ll stringently do what’s right.

A bill passed through the US House of Representatives is designed to prevent qualified, independent scientists from advising the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). They will be replaced with industry affiliated choices, who may or may not have relevant scientific expertise, but whose paychecks benefit from telling the EPA what their employers want to hear.

The EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB) was established in 1978 to ensure the EPA uses the most up to date and relevant scientific research for its decision making and that the EPA’s programs reflect this advice. It has served in this role, most often uncontroversially, through 36 years and six presidents. If the new bill passes the Senate and wins presidential approval, however, that is about to change.

The bill would prevent scientists from voting on the release into the environment of a chemical by their employers. Nevertheless, they would be allowed to vote to release a nearly identical chemical, Grifo notes, including some that would set a precedent that would be very useful to the company in future decisions.

More insidiously, research scientists are barred under the act from advising on any topic that might “directly or indirectly involve review and evaluation of their own work”. In other words, the only people barred from advising the EPA on a particular chemical are those who have actually studied its toxicity or effect on the environment. (source)

How does it even make the slightest bit of sense to have the foxes that financially benefit in charge of this particular hen house? How can they possibly justify this decision?

One controversy after another can be attributed to the EPA, an agency charged with protecting the air we breathe, the soil in which we grow our food and the water that we drink.  Despite irrefutable proof that glyphosate causes cancer, the EPA  increased the amount allowed to be used agriculturally.  They regulate everyday folks, forcing upgrades of woodstoves, while allowing big businesses to pollute in far more spectacular an amount than a self-sufficient family could ever create.  When the radiation from Fukushima became alarmingly high on our shores, the EPA was right on top of things with their response. First, they promptly closed down 8 of 18 radiation measuring stations in the hardest hit area, California.  Then, to further calm the good people of the nation, the EPA magically changed the numbers.  They’ve raised the amount of radiation that we can safely absorb and ingest.  It wouldn’t do for the large factory farms to be unable to sell their tainted produce or for the huge dairies to be stuck with all that radioactive milk. In fact, the radiation in our food supply was of so little concern to the EPA that they began to tell us that a little bit of radiation is good for us. According to a report citing the EPA, a bit of radiation can prevent cancer, instead of causing it.

At the bottom of each controversy can be found ties to the conspiracies of the big businesses that really run the country.  Decisions are being auctioned off to industry lobbyists with the most money and influence.

And now, the elected officials in the House of Representatives have just sanctioned a blatant corporate takeover of the EPA.  They aren’t even pretending to be protecting the environment now.

Source: The Organic Prepper

Further Reference

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14 Responses to The Silencing Of Scientists As The Power Structure Takes Control

  1. Pimpleff says:

    You’re so on the money. It angers me to look up at the sky here in NW Ohio and see the trails while everyone else is none the wiser. No one notices the lack of humidity, and the weird hazy days, where there clouds obscuring the sun look doused in some off color gray paint.

  2. Aware says:

    I agree with Alexandra-if you are aware; you are alone. I actually started seeing the planes only several years ago, although earlier pictures show this was happening right in front of me for years. However, I knew something was terribly wrong for a long time but with no mechanism to blame. Roses (30 years old) that want full sun dying from direct sunlight. Sunburn of my skin and scalp! after 20 minutes of exposure. Blinding white light during the day; early dawns and moonlit nights as bright as dawn due to a reflective sky. No one notices. No one cares. I can point out the trails to people as they are doing it and they immediately say condensation trails. The weather on the East Coast is not normal in any way. Ice storms that take out power before turning all to rain and 16″ snows that melt in two days. No one finds this abnormal. The brainwashed Zombies choose to not see anything wrong.

  3. Michel B says:

    We are Henry Kissinger’s “useless eaters” and he has stated that “power is the ultimate aphrodisiac”. The scientists and just about everyone else are an expendable pawn in the power games of the elite; cogs in a machine.

    In one clip of Dane’s, he talks about the 20 million year turn around of the last methane-led extinction and how trying to hide from that seems insane (re Deep Underground Military Bases or ‘DUMBS’).

    Let us not underestimate the insanity of this elite who wish to rule all, even if it means destroying all in the process. Perhaps they have a vision of Eternal Rule and 20 million years is a happily accepted condition. For why is so much energy being put into building seed arks?

    They envisage a purging of all Nature’s work and they will rebuild this world in their fashion. All seeds will be genetically modified so as to be owned by corporate interests re Monsanto and other corporations. I wonder if they are also collecting the genetic material of animal species too? It would make sense to do so.

    This is all so they can be gods in a sterile world, a world washed pure with inescapable contaminants so that none except the sanctioned may survive; a world totally broken down so that it may be rebuilt in accordance with their vision, which is total control over all life.

    This is being achieved via a program of Rhodesian Gradualism, ala ‘Brave New World’ and incorporating elements of George Orwell’s visions of a dystopian future such as in ‘1984’.

    I am trying to paint a ‘worst possible scenario’ deliberately here in order to steel our minds against the unlimited madness that hovers over us all. Everything we have been taught is a lie and a distraction from alternative thought that might otherwise solve all problems in all societies.

    Have you not noticed how pointless and trivial the news has become in recent years? It is hitting new lows. The emphasis on celebrity and sports is reaching a crescendo and even those viewers who don’t know what is going on, are starting to question the dribble and rubbish being spouted by TV news and other shows.

    Have you noticed how few, if any at all, good comedy shows are around now? Good comedy is anti PC in its nature and necessarily irreverent. It is a great tool for pointing out the ridiculous and the questionable and for revealing the truth.

    I find it hard to talk to anyone for any length of time on serious subjects as so many are just not interested in stretching their brains. I am not an intellectual by any means, actually I am a Tradesman, but I have found that the uneducated are as difficult to get through to as the highly educated.

    The more highly educated one is, the more they are specialising in a particular field and thus the more ignorant they inevitably become of the larger world around them. When you have your head down in your work, immersed in its demands and then the demands of the rest of your life, well, how wide a view can you have? This is not their fault, but a symptom of a complex society and a symptom that plays into the hands of game playing rulers.

    The ancient Greeks with their plethora of geniuses and great philosophers and polymaths are an inspiration to me. The scientists back then were versed in many fields. They had a balance in their inquiries into Nature. Understanding and not controlling was their aim. Look at Greece now. Are there any vestiges of its traditions of wisdom? It was the birthplace of concepts such as Democracy and civilised society. Now it is a European Third World country.

    Not that other areas of the world are doing much better. Everything is in decline. I will do my best to resist that decline in all that I do. My little corner of the world will sustain something while I am here to make it so.

  4. Michaelemery Delaney says:

    I have enough rage for both of us,Mark Rennard. This is so incredibly wicked?Im blown away…im all over this now,however.

  5. Alexandra says:

    WE ARE LIVING AMONG / SURROUNDED BY/THEY ARE EVERYWHERE, BRAIN DEAD ZOMBIES, I feel as if I am living in the twilight zone & can’t awaken from this nightmare.Please let me awaken from his horrible dream (reality) that NO ONE around me SEE’s.They just watch the crisis actors on the idiot box and believe every lying word they say, i wish i could wake up from this lonely horror.

  6. Karen says:

    This article is very alarming to say the least! Depopulation is the word that comes to mind.
    What a shame this world has become.

  7. Marc, I share your despair. I meditate regularly in the dunes at Ocean Beach here in SF but I am always distracted by the chemtrailing so apparent in the open sweep of sky there. I feel a very unmeditative rage when I see them but I have channeled that into photographing the chemtrails being laid and documenting the resultant weird clouds. I am doing this regularly now as I get familiar with my digital camera and it helps me overcome that helpless frustration you reference.

  8. If the EPA is involved look out. Because they are not involved in protecting anything unless it is the interests of big business.That’s the way it is.

    • The EPA has definitely been perverted/corrupted, making its activism reflect the opposite of its initial intent.

      The EPA has become the CPA the corporate • protection • agency.

      There should be a law that eliminates all kinds of conflicts of interest and  corporate pressures from infiltrating and derailing the EPA from doing its job, is that not a fair law?

      If you had a million dollars you can obtain if you say a certain thing, you are probably going to say it just to get the money and climb a little higher up the pyramid.

  9. AZgirl7 says:

    Why do they even bother with these formalities? They have plausable deniability, judges and the criminal bar association on their side. Maybe it’s because the word is getting around that all of the ‘government’ alphabet agencies are ‘for profit’ corporate entities(check out Dunn and Bradstreet), and the individuals that run them can be sued personally in civil courts? What these congress people and ALL these criminals need to worry about is that very soon there’s going to be a whole lot of people out here with nothing left to lose. THIS is why they want our guns so desperately. Just sayin’.

  10. Peter says:

    The BBC admints that Geoengineering could harm billions

    Nah, Really?

  11. Marc Rennard says:

    Is it really as simple as the Powerful wanting to crush the Powerless, but not so much as to negate their ability to be exploited (profited from)?
    On the other hand, I think a very real and terrifying part of the geoengineering agenda is to sicken and/or murder entire swaths of the general population, AS WELL as to manipulate the message about global warming’s effects.
    Isn’t it just wonderful how the asswipe geoengineers have managed to slide right in under the noses of all the so-called environmentalists and climate scientists, who are in such a scramble over “climate change”, and “global warming” and all that these terms imply, that their recent march in NYC did not even incorporate a single, solitary faction against geoengineering. How is this even possible? Un-fucking-real. And still to this very day, only a pitifully small number of us are awakened and actually give a shit about this atrocity.
    Will we ever reach critical mass before it’s too late? I prefer to believe YES!!!! In spite of my profound pessimism.
    Strength and honor, as Maximus would say to his comrades.

  12. Marc Rennard says:

    If this is not a paramount example of the corporate predation rampant among congress then I don’t know what is.
    This portends a future where all hope will be lost for the common good and for the planet. I am at a point where I’m not even sure if my rage is even worth the trouble, given the magnitude of the corporate grip on finance, on crops, on weather, on water, on every conceivable media venue that ever emerged from the mind of man. And worse yet, the vast majority of the populace is so completely boonswoggled by their phones, their sexual situations, their favorite bands, their jobs, their commutes, their diet, their health problems or WHATEVER….that issues such as that which is presented here don’t even show up on the radar. And the asswipes in congress KNOW THIS!!! And even still worse yet? The media syndicates and their succubus think tanks and brown-nosing lawyers are in massive collusion to conceal, twist, bend, and convolute the real, true facts of what is being done to all of us. Propaganda, mis- and disinformation, and lies are the rule of the day in this “information age”.
    I think I’ll go meditate at my puja table. Have a nice day.

  13. Ken says:

    They are presidential appointments. That should be a conflict of interest for the public right there.
    Look what Bush did in 2006

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