Timely information-please share widely

This is a link to some of the most important information we need to know to make sense of the corruption and complete breakdown of our government(s) ability to function “for the people”.   Robert Morningstar, whose bio is posted below, was a guest at a conference, “Secret Space Program and Breakaway Civilization Conference”, composed  of highly regarded scientists and researchers, coming together to share their knowledge of ET presence.  The conference link is: http://www.markmccandlish.com/Events

Robert expressed this thought, answering a question that Deborah Tavares posed, questioning who is really in control of us? which I highlighted, following are my thoughts….

We are talking about Ethics, not science, here.  We can’t argue “Moral relativity” We should be able to recognize this.  Maybe, this is the key to all our problems in dealing with trying to get positive results with issues that impact the quality of our lives.  [We are approaching our issues from the wrong angle.  We don’t need to prove or not prove what science is determining for us.  It is up to us to recognize the corrupt politician over the morally correct politician!!!!!  That is all.  Screw the science and them hiding behind falsehoods and bogus science to oppress us from the truth!.  This applies to all interest groups, activists fighting for their individual cause.  Divide and conquer is a military tactic that is used successfully time and time again. It is being used against us.  We need to connect with every group fighting for human rights and realize we are all fighting for the same thing and look at the bigger picture. Those who think this is too overwhelming to overcome; we must change our thinking and remember that we don’t have to argue the science; we only have to recognize those with no moral relativity….Sandaura]

Robert D. Morningstar is a civilian intelligence analyst and psychotherapist in New York City. He received a degree in psychology from Fordham University. An expert in Chinese language, history, martial arts and is a FAA-licensed pilot and Instrument Ground Instructor with 23 years of flying experience. Robert has studied the paranormal and UFOs for over 40 years and has published many research articles on the Internet, exposing government cover-up and deception in the JFK Assassination and his work is cited in major books on the assassination, notably in Paris Flammonde’s “The Assassination of America” and “Conspiracy Science” by Prof. James Fetzer. He has also written extensively to expose NASA’s use of ‘Disinformation Technology’ in suppressing evidence of extraterrestrial life and exposing the real nature and threat of the UFO phenomenon. He is currently the Associate Editor of UFO Digest

Was President Obama Warned Off An Investigation into UFOs?

NY Times Best-selling Author Poses The Question:
Was President Obama Warned Off An Investigation into UFOs?

Washington, DC, April 6, 2015 – Last month, Obama Advisor John Podesta revealed that his biggest regret since leaving office was “keeping the UFO issue a secret.”  Now, a new book by NY Times bestselling author Steve Alten, has blown the lid off those secrets. The author’s source – Steven M. Greer, M.D., the world’s foremost authority on Extraterrestrial Intelligence (ETI) and the same person who provided the extensive briefing to John Podesta on UFOs shortly after President Obama took office in 2009.

Dr. Greer, an emergency room physician who left his medical career to dedicate his life to disclosing the truth about UFOs, also briefed James Woolsey, President Clinton’s first CIA director, along with the heads of the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Head of Intelligence Joint Staff, members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and a select number of Congressmen.

Best-selling author Steve Alten incorporated over thirty hours of private interviews with Dr. Greer into the storyline of Vostok (Rebel Press). Fans of thrillers will be drawn into the story – Vostok is a very real 15 million-year-old sub-glacial lake located beneath two-and-a-half miles of ice in East Antarctica. Incredibly, there is also a magnetic anomaly inside the lake that has baffled experts as to what it could be. Three scientists are selected to venture into this underwater realm in a submersible. What they discover will keep readers frantically turning pages…

But Vostok is much more. The thriller exposes a secret transnational Cabal which draws an estimated $80 billion Black Ops budget from US taxpayers with no congressional oversight. Made up of bankers, oil oligarchs, and members of the military industrial complex, the Cabal has used its influence to improperly seize over 5,100 US patents, many for new energy devices that would replace fossil fuels. As a result, clean free energy systems that would literally transform the planet (and the dominant U.S. macro-economy) have been black-shelved, their inventors threatened… and worse.

According to the author and his source, “presidents Clinton and Obama were both “warned off” pursuing their UFO investigations; Clinton when CIA Director William Colby was murdered after he decided to cross the powers-that-be, and Obama on his trip to Norway to accept his Nobel Peace Prize when a Scaler weapon blast (an ET technology reverse-engineered decades ago) caused the Oslo night sky to light up with a blue spiral.” Vostok names names, along with the locations of super secret military bases where ARVs (Alien Reproduction Vehicles) are harbored and may one day be used in the ultimate false flag event.

Yes, truth is stranger…and far scarier…than fiction.

View Trailer here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmBKpQBsreo&feature=em-upload_owner

To view the Oslo blue spiral, click: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra7FMnpWMhY

FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH: Meters really smart?

FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH: Meters really smart?

FRANCES CHANDLER,

Added 08 April 2015

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WHERE HAS it been done before? That’s the question we often hear in Barbados when innovative ideas are put forward to Governments or to private investors. This can be annoying since it implies that we don’t have confidence in ourselves as pioneers.

However, when we’re planning to import technology currently being used in another country, one would think it would be prudent to use the experience of that country in the use of said technology in our decision making. True, the introduction of smart meters hasn’t been confirmed by Barbados Light & Power and they’re reportedly conducting an in-depth study, but one wonders if this study is really necessary since the major shareholder in BL&P, a Canadian company, should already be familiar with the apparently few pros and numerous cons with using these meters in Canada.

There were swift published responses to news of the possibility of using these meters by both locals and Canadians, none of which seemed particularly encouraging. I, myself, had several conversations with Canadian visitors recently who deemed their use in Canada to be a dismal failure. They explained that billions of dollars had been spent on meters that haven’t saved them energy or money. Furthermore, some of these meters can be unsafe, with the possibility of causing fires. Canada’s auditor general criticized the “cost overruns and poor performance” claiming that one in six of the meters had not transmitted any readings of electricity use and the doubling in cost of a system that was supposed to come in at $1 billion. (Toronto Star). Knowing that Barbados’ second name is “overrun”, we need to exercise extreme caution.

Furthermore, the auditor general noted that the pricing system has had only “a modest impact on reducing peak demand among householders and no impact at all on energy conservation”.

We know that whenever something new is proposed, (like the BL&P’s wind turbine a few years ago) there are inevitable claims of danger to health and every possible red herring is put in the way. There’s no shortage of these arguments (like privacy, security and health risks) against the smart meters if one reads comments on the Internet. While not all can be taken seriously,  when an auditor general is critical and Lloyd’s of London Insurance allegedly does not cover damage to a home or personal property caused by “smart meters” (www.globalresearch.com) . . . then I think we should listen.

It’s not only Canadians who’ve questioned the benefits of using these meters,  The Washington Post reported that while there were more than 50 million smart meters deployed across the United States, the technology itself is failing to live up to the high hopes that initially accompanied metering rollouts. And in the United Kingdom, a study compiled by Strathclyde University has questioned whether the introduction of smart energy meters to households will result in the 3 per cent reduction in energy consumption that the ­government claims will be achieved by 2030.

The auditor general in Canada further claimed that a proper cost/benefit analysis wasn’t done.We hope we won’t make the same mistake, and that it won’t just end up costing the customer and benefiting the company. That charge has already been made by some on the Internet. Remember LIME’s attempt at moving from paper bills to e-bills?

Another comment from Canada’s auditor general was: “Given the large scale of smart metering and the high risk associated with new technology, its implementation should have warranted strong governance and oversight.” I’m sure CLICO policyholders would agree that “oversight” is not our strong point so we should be cautious.

Now to the water meter issue. Didn’t Government some time ago buy back  its water meters left in the port and subsequently sold at a port auction? Is it true that these meters are now to be replaced by new digital meters? If so, was the supply of these meters put out to tender? Bearing in mind that the BWA Special Audit (2010) reported large payments paid for materials that were never delivered and that no due diligence was done on the suppliers, is due diligence being done on the present meter supplier?

Finally, is the experience with the new factory in Guyana being considered in our sugar factory plan? When we’re jumping on bandwagons, we need to choose them carefully.

• Dr. Frances Chandler is a former independent senator. Email: fchandler@caribsurf.com

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