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  • M A T R I X I 1 1

    APPROXIMATION OF PLANETARY DRUG MOVEMENT

  • M A T R I X I I I

    THE OLYMPIANS/MAGICIANS/DARK FORCES

    7 16--------Queen o f Englan Queen o f Netherlands S i r Kenneth Queen o f Denmark 7 Knights o the Strong Royal European Fami l i t ies Order o f the

    S i r Kenneth Black Nobi 1 i t i e s Garter Kei th Corporate Conglomerates

    S i r W i l l i a m Eastern American Establishment W i seman

    Lord Hart ley ASSASSINATION BUREAUS Shawgrass

    S i r W i l l i a m PERMINDEX Kennedy Assassination Stephenson (MI61 f Project

    .1 The MOSSAD

    L Sarayet Maktal

    if SWISS BLACK NOBILITY

    "The Guys" 01 tramai r e Fami 1 y Lombard-Odier Bank o f Geneva

    Middle East Arms Trading

    I MAJOR INSURANCE COMPANIES ASSICURAZIONI GENERALI OF VENICE

    RIUNIONE ADRIATICA D I SICURTA Giust in ian i Family - Black Nob i l i t y o f Rome

    Pierpalo Luzzatt Fequiz - Black Nobi 1 i t y o f Venice Doria Family - Black Nobl i ty o f Venice

    E l i e de Rothschild - France Baron August von Finck

    Franco Ors in i Bonacassi- Orsini Black Nobi 1 i t y Alba Family

    Baron Pierre Lambert - Belgian Rothschilds S i r Jocelyn Hambro- Hambro Banking (UK)

    -7Control of. United States Stock Markets

    t- Bank of In ternat ional Settlements (BIS) Banca Del Suizzeria I t a l i a n a (BSI) _I F l i g h t Capital Investments (LUGANO) I

    Some Other Drug Money Laundering and Clearing Houses Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, Orion Bank, Bank o f I re land

    Bank o f England, Banco del Columbia, Banco Mercanti 1 de Mexico American Express Bank, Bank o f Montreal, Bank o f Scotland

    World Bank, Bank o f Nova Scotia, Royal Bank o f Canada Internat ional Monetary Fund, Barclays Bank, Banca Pr iva ta

    BCCI, B r i t i s h Bank o f the Middle East, Netherlands Bank Bank o f Geneva, Banca Commerciale d ' I t a l i a , Standard Bank

    0 6 3 1 - f '

  • M A T R I X I I I

    BRIT ISH

    +EAGLE STAR INSURANCE COMPANY

    THE RANK ORGANISATION C e n t e r for M I 6

    and S I S THE CORNING GROUP (US)+INTERTEL

    ( P r i v a t e I n t e l G r p ) METROPOLITAN L I F E I N S C'

    I 4 NEW YORK L I F E I N S CO(US) ->ALLSTATE INS (US) I-> PRUDENTIAL L I C E INSURANCE CmPANY (us) PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY (US)

    RELIANCE INSURANCE GROUP (US)

    I-* HILL-SAMUELS BANKING HOUSE (UK) I-> BARCLAYS BANK (UK) 1-5 MARINE MIDLAND BANK (UK)

    c t BANK OF ENGLAND - N.M. ROTHSCHILD ( G o l d P r i c e F i x i n g ) I 4 H e r o i n I m p o r t t o U n i t e d S t a t e s 1

    < > TRIZEC HOLDINGS (CANADA)

    I U n i t e d F r u i t Company

    < -

    & R a p i d A m e r i c a n C o r p o r a t i o n d

    -+ BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA + CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK

    THE FEDERAL RESERVE (US) (Owned by B r i t i s h Compan ies )

    t - C o l l e c t i o n Arm for Bank o f E n g l a n d

    --4 TORONTO DOMINION BANK

  • M A T R I X 1 1 1

    Commi t t ee o f 300 -Sku

    AFab U n i t e d N a t i o n s Sh i e k s

    n t e l ligence Se rv i ce - -

    I

    I n te 1 C I A A g e n c i e s

    B r i t ish E a s t

    1 7 and Bones e--

    Commun i s m Fab ian i s m L ibera 1 i s m Soc i a 1 i s m R i g h t - w i n g

    P e t r o l e u m , B a n k i n g - Insurance, M i n i n g 4 Commerce, Industry C-

    Round T a b l e

    H e r o i n The M i lner G r o u p t

    The Rhodes G r o u p

    F reemason ry & S e c r e t C-- OPIUM S o c i e t i e s

    T e r r o r i s m

    GOLD TRADING F o u n d a t ions c-

    Re 1 i g ious O r g a n isat ion In ternat ional A f f a i r s One World

    C h u r c h %1

    ONAL AFFAIRS (1919)

    B i lderberger b l u b o f Rom- NATO

    CFR ---+ U.S. GOV'T 1 TAVISTOCK INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RELATIONS (1921) U.S.

    4 M I 7 i t a r y S c i e n c e P o l i c y R e s e a r c h U n i t (SPRU)

    RESEARCH Sussex Un i vers i t y INSTITUTES 4

    " F u t u r e - O r i e n t e d M a n i p u l a t i v e Popu l a t ion Psycho 1 ogy "

    S.R. I . M . I . T. I .P .S . Expans ion o f D r u g Consumpt ion RAND HUDSON WAR TON G e n e r a t ion M u s i c & Fads

  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    Jean Baptiste Lamark ROUSS~~U - 1 775 "The Sarawak Law" Theory of Decent

    Tranformism "Discourse on the Origin and . . Alfied Wallace (England] 1809 1

    Foundations of Inequality Among Men" "On the Tendency of Varieties

    (Concept of Nature as Selector] to Depart Indefinitely fiom the Origrnal Types" 1858

    Charles Lyle NATURAL SELECTION IS "Principles of Geology" CAUSE OF DIVERGENCE

    4 IN SPECIES I Rev. nomas R. Mathus "Principle of Population" 798 'ECONOMICS'

    EVOLUTIONARY ~ ~ ~ b ~ ~ t spencer (t "Survival of the Fittest" 1858

    OF ONE SPECIES TO ANOTHER

    Replaced the tcrm I "natural sclcction"

    4 Population increase geomctricdly Subsistcncc incrusts rrithmcticdly Mzm is doomed to prorrcalc into extinction

    .t 1872 .I DARWM I ~~ NO SCIENTIFIC 1 1832 RcductivcDetaminiam "-my I 1

    J o b Rockcfcllcr "ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS J o k Fichte R o t o w of Nui Smid Theory 1793 ~ m m y OF NATURAL SELECTION: The Preservation I&YQLCC on C~UUKI comg to U.S. of the Favored Races in the Struggle of Life" N.tionalism 1810 4

    Adolf Jost (Gennany) The Darwin-Wallace Theory "The Right to Deathn

    i Direct Medical Killing Financial 1929

    Support SCHROOER BANK ShtC Gmtd O W HurrmnRcproduction STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR

    F.Von Bernhardi (Germany) DEATH OF INDIVIDUALS "Britain as Germany's Vassal" 1 9 12 @uty to enlarge &man Empire) -+

    "Lebensraum"

    13

    Fritz Lenz (Germany -1 923) ..

    "National ~nheritank 1889 "Inquiries into Human Faculties" 188 "Hereditary Genius" 1869 FRANCIS GALTON (Darwins Cousi FATHER OF EUGENICS

    EUGENICS AS APPLIED DARWINISM - physician-geneticist Germany failing behind U.S.

    MEDICAL. KILLING PROGRAMS r "Dish ohne Liben" in Eugenics M d H o r p i t d S Karl Binding - (Germany) CONCENTRATION CAMPS University of Leipzig Biomedical Experimentation Alfred Hoche University of Freiburg 4

    OPERATION PAPERCLIP n m c V d w of

    Dgtroying Sifc unw'nuly of Life"

    l- w o n of Nu i Scicntirtr to the U.S. Importation of Nazi intelligcncc into U.S.

    Biowufare I GENETIC ENGINEERING prw== ( Applied Neo-Dalvinisirm ) 4 CaMolGencs Rockefcllu R-h ml Popll.tion Mo1coul.r Biology 1935 1

    - United States and Engl~sh Eugenics Programs 1920's

    P MIND CONTROL PROGRAMS I

    EXPERIMENTATION ON US. POPULATION t -Syltau BrainRaonmcc 4 I, ' Food Additives Envirolrmcnt8lNMotoxins E k p ~ 1 1 k D i c t

    ELECTROMAGNETIC Fluorides

    Rffikcfellcr BIOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR CONTROL

    CHEMICAL BEHAVIOR CONTROL BEHAVIOR CONTROL

    POPULATION KILLING FOR MEDICAL PROFIT bfedicd Trust

    Population Control Mandates: Cobden Club

    (c) 1 995 Leading Edge Research

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  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    Reactionary Elitist New World Order Ideological Structures

    HOBBES (Pessimist) 'Struggle for Existence' MALTHUSIAN PARADIGM Life is a "struggle of each (Darwin) "Survival of (Population must be controlled) against all" .-b I

    "The Population Problem"

    The Responsible Elite Rule by Winning the

    Evolution & Biology Struggle for Survival

    Genetics Encodes the Nature of Existence and Replaces "Genesis" as the "New Church" doctrine of origins.

    TECHNOCRACY c( I Rule by I

    ~ational~~ocialism Global Socialism

    CAPITALISM Rule of the "Avatar Elite"

    Rule Of the Party' aud Scientific Establishment Rule by the Technocratic Establishment Marx saw himself as the "Darwin of Social Themy" Run by a Select Group of Capitalists I

    Suppression of True I Knowledge 8c Science

    (c) 1995 Leadug Edge Research

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  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    Comparative Analysis of Totalitarian Governmental Forms

    Totalitarianism: A form of government in ' which all societal resources are

    monopolized by the State in an effort to penetrate and control all aspects of public and private life. The control is facilitated

    by propaganda and by advances in technology.

    Communism LJ Democracv: Form of pov? in which IT IS MADE TO APPEAR that the ~ e o ~ l e partici~ate in ruling the state. Leads eventuallv to totalitarian an arch^

    APPEARANCEOF DUALISTIC

    EXPRESSION

    Popular support h Lower Classes I

    ( SINGLE I SYNTHESIS

    UNITED

    POLITICAL SYSTEM

    Socialism --

    NAZI GERMANY

    of Industrial Wealth

    Overt Racism and Elitism

    of Industrial Wealth

    RUBY FUDGE

    to Retain Power WAC0 OKLAHOMA CITY

    SYNTHETIC ONE y B L l C 9

    CLINTONrnR PARTY SYSTEM BUSWREAGAN

    I Support of Traditional Elites to Retain Power I

    (c) 1995 Leadug Edge Research

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  • MATRIX 111 - VOLUME TWO

    The Political Machine of the Church of Scientism (Science as a Religion)

    I RUSSIA: Mamist Communism -

    INTERNATIONAL 1 SOCIALISM SOVEREIGNTY: Ultimate Power in

    Party or Party Leader

    +

    STATE SOCIALISM: Elitist Republicani as the polar opposite of Egalitarian

    Republicanism. - The primary political expression of materialistic scientism -

    Historically, State Socialism has proven to be a precursor to totalitarianism. 1-1

    Modelled on structure of the traditional approch of its former adversary, the Church of Rome. -

    GLOBAL SOCIALISM.

    $

    CONTROL OF POPULATION: Terror, extermination, use of chemicals, drugs, biologicals

    and electromagnetics.

    I operation.

    Plutocratic Elite

    CONIROL OF POPULATION: Control of economy. Use of war,

    drugs, chemicals electromagnetics, allopathic medicine, curbed

    educational system, and biologics.

    TECHNOLOGY: Direct government sponsorshp

    of sciences.

    ENFORCEMENT: State Security - KGB

    and equivalents.

    Technology _C___,

    .- -

    CONTROL OF TECHNOLOGY: Direct and

    indirect ownership by government of scientific research and industry.

    SOVEREIGNTY: Party and Party

    CONTROL OF POPULATION: Racial puritiation and eugenics, extermination, chemicals, drugs,

    allopathic medicine, curbed educational system and biologics.

    CONTROL OF TECHNOLOGY: Direct

    government

    ENFORCEMENT: British, Techology Israeli and U.S. Intelligence

    - CIA, M16, MOSSAD, INTERPOL, EUROPOL. I

    ~emporary ~ppearance of success ~emporary ~ppe+ance of success ~emporary ~ppearance of success

    PROJECT TERMINATED IN PROGRESS PROJECT TERMINATED

    (c) 1995 Leadug Edge Research

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  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    GENERAL OUTLINE OF US. POST-WAR POPULATION REDUCTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM

    GOVERNMENT SCIENCE

    1 947-1 960 POST WWII INTEGRAnON SECURITY ti OF NAZI SCIENTISTS AND SOCIAL ENGINEERS, AND BRITISH INTEL LIAISON

    THE 'OLD WAR "NATIONAL SECURlTY" REPLACES "PROMOTION OF GENERAL WELFARE" I THE CANCER WAR ASTHEPRINCIPALGOALOFTHE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

    CONSOLIDATION OF NEO-DARWINISM AS

    ORTHODOX BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION I

    VIETNAM WAR

    r PEST CONTROL WAR 1970-1 986 POWER

    THE AIDS WAR 7 $. THE DRUG WAR

    THE CRIME W A R 2

    1 986-1 999 FEAR )

    THE GULF WAR-

    r THE GENE WAR + THE MIND W A R 1

    1 990-20 1 2 CONTROL I I'

    CYBER WAR

    CONSOLIDATION OF MEDICAL ALLOPATHY, VACCINATION and GENETIC PARADIGMS

    MASS INTRODUCTION OF DRUGS INTO somn

    MASS SPRAYING PROGRAMS

    CONSOLIDATION OF BIOCHEMICAL CONTROL MECHANISMS

    CONSOLIDATION OF GOVT INDUSTRIAL, FINANCIAL, MEDIA AND EDUCATION POWER & CONTROL

    IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC CONTROL MECHANISMS FOR POPULATION AND BEHAVIOR CONTROL

    PHARMACOLOGY PSYCHIATRY & BEHAVIORISM I

    DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER CONTROL

    SYSTEMS AND REMOTE CAPABILITY I

    EMPHASIS ON WORLD RULE

    MECHANISMS AND NWO POLICIES I

    RE-PRESENTATION OF "EXTERNAL THREATS'

    ELECTROMAGNETIC POPULATION INTIMIDATION, COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT

    PREPARATION FOR "CYBER WARS" AGAINST THE

    NON-ELITE I (c) 1995 Leading Edge

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    1 Research

  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    Some Current Population Manipulation "Scare Scenarios" To Coerce Compliance with Global Socialism

    I The "War on Drugs and Crime" I --, RESPONSE: Drive out competitors to government termrism and narcotics

    ddmg. Organuation of international organb~tiions "for drug and crime

    control" to suppress pasoaal fireedom, progress and evolution planet-wide.

    CTS SOUGHT

    Global Police Force

    r--- Population control and reduction systems. RESPONSE: Global

    EFFECTS SOUGHT: Consolidatio~ STATE SPONSORED of Intelligence services and

    Military farces into a Global war against belief

    systems and population Coercive Organization capable of Mass Manipulation and Terror

    Focus population attention ONLY on activities of negatively oriented alien species in order to preclude resonant capability for intexaction with positive

    species, which wuld represent a threat to global damination programs.

    Ancient Groups coming to ~eclaim and manipulate Earths population, with the impression of government as "superhero." (D~sregards the evolution in consciousness of old

    -1

    1

    RESPONSE: Long-term interest of International 2orporate Capitalism ( G l M Socialism) elite in

    the negativity of some alien groups, and the aquisition of advanced manipulative

    technology, At the same time, the impression is perpetrated that government is "acting

    responsibly" to "defend the population."

    I ALIEN PRESENCE: Manipulative scenarios intended to stimulate fear in rminfmed

    population. Tbe external threat. Walt Disney approech - Exha-terror-. Gauged to

    restimulate religious fear systans based on Juded=brktian padigms to allow

    Jahovah-Elohim manipulative m g m s to continue.

    (c) 1995 Leadug Edge Research

    I

    -b

    EFFECT SOUGHT: Acquisition of alien technology as a desirable component of

    world control program, and to provide the justification for government secrecy, "black projects" etc. manifested in multiple tiers of

    technology, f i l e usable technology is suppressed hm public access.

  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    Church of Scientism: Doctrine & Dissemination

    Socialist Neo-Darwinistic

    Malthusian

    t

    I

    THINK TANKS Rand, Brookings, etc. (GoalIDoctrine Formulation)

    4 MEDINCFR

    (Doctrine

    4 POLITICAL ACTION

    TLC/CINNSA,etc (Doctrine

    Enforcement)

    4 TECHNO-SCIENTISM Psycho-Pharmacology

    Genetic Engineering,etc (Doctrine Implementation) I

    GENERAL POPULATION

    "Human Resources" 1

    Prussian Educational System (polar

    opposite of Socratic system)

  • MATRIX 111 - VOLUME TWO

    Emergence of the Medical Industrial Complex

    Allopathy as

    Centralization Political Influence Merging with

    drug industry 1

    Rise of private Third Medicare and Medicaid are Party Insurance Plans created and the U.S.

    with the defeat of medical-industrial complex Socialized medicine grows in the 1960's I i

    fund availabilrty after WWl l

    Allopathy over lization of medical contenders and drug cartel monopdy

    1 t

    Re-defined Food

    Cosmetic Act 1938

    Rise of Anti-Competiive Monopoly Corporate

    I Capitalism paralleled by

    Fabian socialism

    Rise of Organized Philanthropy as Cover

    for Profiteering by Corporate Capitalism r l Production of Funds - for "research" and

    "education" : I

    community

    Growth of AMA as an Allopathic monopoly labor union and trade

    association I and monopolies between Merging of

    pharmaceutical factions Farben interests

    Conversion of Medicine into a conduit for Pharmaceutical

    Profits based on Petroleum and f- Chemical Industries I Extention of Monopoly Control through "research" and "education" over U.S. medical schools I

    against patent Pure Food and Formation of - Drug Act of 1906 -b Report of 191 0

    -

  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    Process of Political Conversion Of a Democracy into a Dictatorship

    Examples: Gun Control, Terrorism Control, War on Drugs, etc.

    Insure Grievance creates a mob that demands the

    Subversive Factions or Inaction of Gov't problem be solved by governmental action

    Repeat until total power achieved over population

    I 1 -

    I legislation

    Build More Prisons Generate Fear

    7 Creation of New "Criminal Classes"

    Creation of Dualism and Chronic Indecision in the Public Mind by the Media

    -1 Publish Story I in Press

    One glass of wine per day is good

    Some wines are good each day

    PUBLIC INACTION

    Public Mind Creates Dualism in Subconsious 1. Wine is

    good for you 2. People who say it isn't are wrong.

    Public Mind Creates Dualism blish Alternative

    bad for you. 2. People who

    Wine may not be good Alcohol may be a cofactor for you each day in cancer

  • MATRIX I11 - VOLUME TWO

    INTER-CONNECTIONS WITH 1.G.FARBEN FOLLOWING WORLD WAR I1

    Corporations 173 Foreign 2,000 cartels Assets RM

    6 billion

    Borden Co. 0

    General Mills

    Electric

    I

    Lederle Labs u Carnation 0 Abbott Labs I Ciba-Geigy 0 1805-1817 1.G.Farben Develops

    Morphine ....................... 1898 1.G.Farben Develops

    Firestone Chemical LrJ

    I Heroin Monsanto Sterling Drug

    INTERESSEN

    FARBEN

    I LaRoche /

    General Tire n Tire

    I Chase ~ a n k 1- I ROCKEFELLER EMPIRE

    , k , I I union Oil I eneral Analine Eastman

    1.G.Farbcn was crated in 1924 when American banker Charles Dawcs m g e d $800 million in

    I foreign loans to consolidate gigantic chemical and steel companies into cartels, one of which was I.G. Farbcn. It was largely a "J.P.Morgan Production."

    The original pmmtcl I.G. F h madt the chlorine gas used in WWI.

    I.G. FARBEN MEDICATING THE PLANET Richfield Oil

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