And here is part 3, thanks to Roz. Part 2 will come tomorrow.
In this part, Steve Greer introduces the topic of “Murder Incorporated.” Greer has been reluctant to speak as forthrightly as he is at this moment, he said, because he does not want to antagonize Washington people by pushing too hard.
But in this talk he appears to have let go of a lot of his reserve and is calling a spade a spade. Hence we have him revealing that people who ruffle Big Oil are assassinated.
You realize, of course, that the short and direct way to handle all of these issues is to press for Disclosure. Once the galactics can appear openly among us, Murder Inc., the Illuminati, debt peonage, predatory capitalism, dirty energy – all will be gone.
More to come….
Steve Greer: This is where I know it would take a lot of courage [to act] since you’re standing down a 6-trillion dollar monster called Murder Incorporated, who stops at almost nothing in order to keep these technologies secret. But for Heaven’s sakes, we’re destroying this planet, and before we end up coating this beautiful blue planet completely in oil, I think that someone needs to stand up and say “Wait a minute here. There are some very advanced technologies that are just sitting on a shelf, suppressed, that could be brought to bear to fix this problem so that we never have to go down this road again and never have to drill another oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, or in Alaska, or anywhere else for that matter.”
But no one is bringing this issue up and I think that the people who are listening to orionproject.org need to call the White House and write them and there’s that information that’s on our website at Orion – theorionproject.org – and demand that action be taken on this issue.
Ted Loder: I think that’s a very good point because, if it continues as it appears to be, with people fumbling around dropping the ball, so to speak, the potential environmental disaster is much, much larger. There’s a lot of things that are not being talked about by the mainstream media or just barely touched on. And if I may change the subject, just briefly for a moment I just need to bring this up.
Ted: One of the research experiments that was done a number of years ago was looking at the rainfall due to huge storms on the West Coast, and off the Gulf of Mexico, and hurricanes that go inland. And what these researchers found is that they collected rainfall with plankton – little tiny marine plants – in the rainfall, many hundreds if not a thousand miles or more away from the Coast.
Here is the concern: if that is indeed the case, which is that there’s scientific proof that was in that study, that that does occur, the dispersants that are being added which are cancer-causing, very, very nasty chemicals, and they put millions of gallons of that stuff out there, those dispersants could be very easily picked up from the ocean and carried inland and then in our rainfall, into our drinking water, and a lot of areas.
Now we’re talking about environmental disaster that’s not only going to affect coastal marshes and pelicans, and some food-chain organisms, but it starts affecting people. And the fact that I’ve read in several places of behind-the-scenes plans to remove populations from the coast if this sort of thing starts happening so I didn’t want to get too far away from the energy thing, but the impact of this thing may be much, much larger than anybody can imagine or speak about publicly. And that’s why–
Steve: –that’s right. And a lot of these volatile organic compounds–
Ted: –Yes, benzene and others.
Steve: — and these dispersants and the other petrochemical compounds. This slurry that is picked up by, say, a hurricane or tropical storm, and moved over vast areas of the United States and the southern — well, all the way up to New England — that what you have from that are a whole lot of sort of atomized—like when you spray a perfume bottle and its little fine particles of this junk all in the air, and in the water, and in the rain and it’s toxic and it’s cancer-inducing but it also destroys the immune system so you’re going to see a whole bunch of problems.
And in fact one of the big cover-ups that’s happening right now is that British Petroleum is trying to minimize the health effects of this on the workers who are down there, some 20,000 people they claim are trying to clean this mess up. And you know, Anderson Cooper on CNN has been covering the fact that many of these people are really getting really sick and this stuff is toxic, and just breathing in the fumes–but if you get a tropical storm that picks up a huge amount of this stuff that’s in the marshes and on the surface of the water and even down deeper in the water because the water gets churned up with, you know, 40-50’ waves and storm surges – that can be picked up by the swirling cyclone-like tropical storms and hurricanes and that all that misted, sort of atomized material gets swooshed over the landmass and falls on people’s homes, and on crops, and on people’s persons and in the air they’re breathing and in the water table they’re drinking and so on. Very, very important.
And when you think about the fact that since the early 1900’s we haven’t needed oil. We haven’t needed coal, that there have been these technologies. And I want to bring up something here. And again, I want to be very, very careful here. I don’t want to burn bridges with people who’re behind the scenes trying to help us here in Washington.
But there is a very senior member in Congress who’s Chairman of a subcommittee of the Congress, who has a friend that called us last year, who’d been a Department of Energy official. And this person had been for a period of time at Oakridge, Tennessee, where there’s of course a Department of Energy facility. Oakridge has had a long history, of course, with nuclear weapons and armaments as well as other research projects.
But this person informed us—and this is a very close friend of the senior member of Congress—that while there, that this DOE official had been in a facility where there were dozens and dozens and dozens of these advanced “free energy devices” that were in a classified area held away from the public, under lock and key.
And this stuff tells us exactly what we’ve been told by an inventor, and scientist, and engineer named John Bedini, who was taken to a facility in Wisconsin years ago by an intelligence agent where he was shown a facility that was filled with dozens—hundreds—of these devices, that had been confiscated, some of them from dating back to the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
This is not an urban myth. And I think that if the President or the private sector in our group can’t get the support, to get the funding, to build something like this independently and quickly that there needs to be someone writing the White House and their members in Congress saying “We want a congressional hearing on this.”
Because we have people that can be subpoenaed. And when those people are subpoenaed out is going to come this information.
And, you know, I think we’re at the point where–and some years ago I coined this term and its ‘planeticide’ – and that’s where we reach a point of careless, reckless, intentional suppression of these sorts of advanced energy generation systems.
And it’s being done with malice aforethought. Murder Incorporated really is at the point now where they are committing ‘planeticide’ – the murdering of an entire planet’s biosphere.
We have literally thousands of species of plants and animals becoming permanently extinct. National Geographic has stated that we are now in the largest extinction period since the asteroids hit the earth and caused all the dinosaurs to go extinct some 65 million years ago, or so. And this is all manmade.
And this is all avoidable. It isn’t as if we don’t have anything but nuclear power, and gas, and coal, and oil. We do have them. But these people—whom I call Murder Incorporated—are so hell-bent on keeping the world addicted to oil and a centralized macro-economic system that they control, that they will do almost anything: threaten, lie, cajole.
All the things that have happened to us that you’ve heard about in our last interview with the Board of Directors of Orion Project, and now we have this catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico. We’re going to have more things like this happening so it’s the old adage that “Unless we change direction, we’re going to end up where we’re going.” And where we’re heading here is toward is an unmitigated disaster for humanity and for the Earth, and it can be avoided.
But it can only be avoided if all of us together join forces, vow to come out with these technologies, because as we’ve said many times on this program, we’ve been searching for years for people who are not in these classified projects who might be able to have one of these types of systems developed. But the people who have been able to develop these on their own, many of them have been threatened or are afraid to come forward with them.
So we have got to create a secure facility where we can supervise the work and bring together a brain trust of fantastic scientists, and physicists, and engineers, which is what we’re looking to do in this new proposal.
And yes, it’s a few million dollars but, for Heaven’s sakes, you know, the city of San Francisco—you know, is not a really big town; San Francisco has only 750,000 people in the actual city– funded 5 million dollars for people to study how to capture energy from the waves going in and out of the Golden Gate. That was just to study the feasibility of it, not to build anything.
We have a budget that would actually begin to build systems for that. So we need to find people who understand the finance and the public and various philanthropist groups who need to hear about this so we can get this up and going. This is what we’ve been trying to do for the last 2 years. We have not raised sufficient funds to do that but we’re hoping we can do that now.
I think people are starting to wake up more and more to the fact that we’ve got to think outside the box and go beyond wind and solar if we’re going to solve these problems. And it’s going to be a true revolution in alternative new energy. And this is not being discussed.