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Michael Ruppert Becomes Front Man for Illuminati Depopulation Agenda
2004 12 15

Plans must be made to remove at least 4 billion people from the globe in the next few decades if humanity is to survive the upcoming energy crash. This brazen prescription did not come from the Club of Rome, though they most certainly would endorse it. Nor did it come from the Rockefeller Foundation, though they would be more than happy to fund it. It came from Michael C. Ruppert, author of Crossing the Rubicon, creator of From The Wilderness (, and avowed defender of human freedom. In Ruppert, unlearners have another excellent example of how even the best of intentions can be seduced into the Illuminati plot.

Having viewed Mr. Ruppert in action personally, I can honestly say that he appears to me to be a man of integrity. He has lived a life of struggle and has worked tirelessly to expose the corruption of the US government and the global financiers who are reaping the short-term benefits of laundering drug money through national economies. On top of that, he has surrounded himself with an excellent cast of characters, such as Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, who are equally dedicated to the agenda of waking people up. Mr. Ruppert and his cohorts continue to provide crucial information necessary to the unlearning process.

Knowing all of the above, it was extremely shocking to read Ruppert's endorsement of the Malthusian worldview. Michael himself is well aware that the Illuminati organizations that control the world are on the same page with his conclusions. The only difference is that Ruppert recommends that the Global Elite not be the ones to make the decisions as to who gets the "Get Out of Earth Free" Monopoly cards.

Instead, Ruppert suggests that these tough decisions be made by our world Religious, Social, Educational, Environmental and Moral leaders, who have the best interests of "the people" and the planet at heart.

Care to offer a list? How does this esteemed Committee get elected? Will they, too, once all the killing is ethically done, commit hare Kari themselves as a sign that they've been legitimate all along?

Whatever leaders are likely to be mentioned and endorsed, should such a Draconian idea ever be implemented, you can be sure that they would have the Illuminati seal of approval, just like most major leaders do today in all the fields engulfed by the pyramid power structure. What leaders are out there today that can win the popular approval of a mostly asleep planet? Didn't these leaders help to create this mess in the first place?

As my British friends would say, the whole idea is just "bollocks"!

Sadder still is Ruppert's rant of "victory" in an early October editorial on his website. ( Apparently, inculcating the mass consciousness with its own impending doom is a reason to celebrate and trash the opinions of those who disagree with you.

In an almost childlike fevered pitch, Ruppert demanded that the Abiotic Oil crowd "put up or shut up". By this, he means that supporters of that theory should be able to end the apparent energy crisis now sweeping the globe at his insistence. This is a challenge on par with daring UFO believers to produce a ship we can walk on and take close up photographs of. We know UFOs exist, but that doesn't mean that the government is going to cough one up anytime soon. If Ruppert's dare were the way to settle disputes, then Oswald must indeed have killed Kennedy all by his lonesome, as legally, no proof to counter the Warren Commission's report has yet been produced and conclusively proven to be true.

Dooming his position even further was his citation that the G7 now officially recognizes his Peak Oil concerns. From an unlearning point of view, getting the G7 to support anything is not a victory; nor is it an endorsement of any information's veracity. Is Ruppert asking us to believe that, shy of his efforts, the world's political and financial leaders were/are ignorant of the amount of energy we have in reserve?

This is absolute nonsense. What is clearly emerging in the Peak Oil scenario is the "problem-reaction-solution" Hegelian tactic so thoroughly exposed as a favorite Illuminist tool by David Icke and others. Perhaps if Ruppert would explore the corridors of power like David has, he would know that he was falling victim to their trap. As aware as Ruppert is, he wears some serous blinders that affect his perspective.

When I did see one of Ruppert's presentations at a NJ college, I asked him point blank, in front of the audience, "WHY do the world leaders, having no expense spared for their comfort and education, continue to come up with solutions that are obviously bad for most of humanity, but good only for a tiny elite of the population?" His answer was, in short, that the love of money has corrupted their souls and judgment.

This is more hogwash, as unlearners know that money is a manipulative tool, like time, that can be controlled to suit its creators' whims. Money is the chief illusion employed by the central bank magicians that serve to confiscate real power and wealth from the people. To his credit, Ruppert does recommend that our financial systems be re-worked to remove the elite's advantage over the general population. But he surely must also be aware that money, at certain high levels, is meaningless as motivation.

The Heart of the Matter

Whether Peak Oil is true or not is ultimately irrelevant. The energy crash and the economic chaos it causes have been on the agenda of the Bilderbergers and like organizations for some time now. It is a necessary step to re-drawing the political lines of power across the globe to more accurately reflect the one world police state of inhuman design.

The Earth has reached the point where human consciousness will no longer tolerate authoritarian controls on its destiny. The Illuminists know this and plan to break this spirit with a harvest of blood reaped with war, famine and misery. Ruppert would have us spare the Illuminati the trouble of such an expensive use of energy by getting the most "enlightened" of us to sheepishly march to our own end. Those who remain alive must do so in communities that will seem more medieval than post-modern.

Fortunately, there is a way out of all this, if the planet is willing to see through the present "crisis". The crisis we are in is not one of energy or economy, but of consciousness. As long as our consciousness remains mired in the present problems, we will not be able to transcend them to arrive at enlightened solutions.

Do we live in an abundant universe or a finite one? If you choose the latter, then Ruppert and the New World Order is the place for you. Sign up now for your World Citizen ID card, get your microchip implanted, and enjoy the show that the satellites will soon be beaming down into your mind. The world will be a friendlier place than this one, or so they promise!

If you believe in the former, that an abundant universe is at your disposal and that it is indeed part of who you are, then one shining truth becomes patently obvious.

There is no energy crisis.

To manifest this world, everyone must summon up all their courage and power and demand that the manipulation of information stop at once. Nothing short of complete access to all information, still held privy by governments, churches, corporations, and NGOs must be given to everyone who desires to know. This means the common people must finally receive the information that governments and the media have purposefully withheld for so long, information on which they have profited. Only then can humanity properly chart the course of its future.

If such a thing happens, Mr. Ruppert may well be partially vindicated. We indeed could be running out of oil, abiotic or not. But I dare say that it wouldn't matter anymore.

Hidden from us right now are technologies so powerful, effortless, and pollution free that the Earth could find itself hosting billions more life forms happily and easily on this planet.

Hidden from us right now are such startling truths about our history that we would rapidly redefine ourselves and the way we behave towards one other.

Hidden from us is a multiverse that is awaiting the acceptance of its invitation to explore it intimately.

Hidden from us, simply put, is the paradise of our deepest collective longings.

We are closer today to that paradise than we have been in quite a long time. It must be so, for the shrill calls for evil are getting louder and more desperate, as the vampires know that they are about to lose what was once such an easy prey. They will not let us leave quietly; as such easy meal tickets are hard to come by. But if you choose the abundant universe, they will have no choice, for there is no power strong enough to stop the shift from happening.

Ruppert and those in his camp may challenge all this by calling it another pipe dream, like abiotic oil. To that I would say, "At least I still have a dream!" For if the life on earth MUST take such a sorrowful, nightmarish turn in order to preserve itself, then Ruppert and the universe can go fuck themselves. There is no point for an unlearner to live in a world that feeds off of so much suffering. Killing more of us won't make it any better.

If Mr. Ruppert truly is the freedom fighter he believes himself to be, then I would appeal to him to use his resources not to form survival camps, determined to ride out global Armageddon, or waste his time conjuring up ethical guidelines for extermination policies. Instead, I would challenge him to marshal his forces toward the elimination of information barriers still protecting humanity's greatest secrets. There is no other cause worthy of the pursuit of principled men and women in such challenging times. There is no other road that will evolve this planet and the human species beyond its present gridlock.

Ruppert does acknowledge this possibility in his book, when he says nothing short of divine intervention or the appearance of heretofore-unseen technology can avert the human disaster we've set for ourselves.

The divine intervention has arrived, Mr. Ruppert. I call them unlearners! Your presence among them would be most welcome.

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