Obama's Director of Terrorism has a “Apocalypse Equation”

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 12:07 am » by Illuminated


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Obama's Director for Counter-Terrorism, Audrey Tomason called for humane depopulation via nuclear radiation

The “Apocalypse Equation” refers to report authored by one of the most secretive women in US intelligence circles named Audrey Tomason [photo top left in White House Situation Room during the assault on bin Laden compound] who is (Obummer!)’s Director for Counterterrorism and while attending Harvard's Kennedy School of Government wrote a master thesis [now classified by the US as “top-secret”] suggesting that it would be more humane for our world to undergo a “planned and controlled genocide” rather than to see it descend into the abyss of chaos it is now entering.

According to Ms Tomason’s “Apocalypse Equation” the “sustainable population” of our world can only be 1.5 billion human beings, as compared to the United Nations estimate of 7 billion we will reach on October 31st of this year, and the even worse figure of 10 billion estimated by 2100.

Ms Tomason argues in her thesis that our world’s population has been “artificially inflated” for the past nearly 100 years by a “non-sustainable” petrochemical and fossil fuel based global economy that if left “unchecked” could very well destroy all life on Earth, not just human beings.

Independent reports, unfortunately, strongly back Ms Tomason’s dire warnings with one of the most disturbing graphics [2nd photo left] produced by the PostPeakLiving.Com research group showing that, indeed, our world’s population has grown more since the use of petrochemicals than in all of its previous history.

Important to note about petroleum [otherwise known as crude oil] is that is a naturally occurring, flammable liquid consisting of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons that underpins the entire global economy and which without life as we know it would not exist.

Most people believe that the major use petroleum is for the fueling of vehicles, boats and aircraft through its distillation into various fuels such as gasoline (petrol), diesel, jet fuel, and the like, but they couldn’t be more mistaken as the major use of oil is in agriculture as nearly all pesticides, and many fertilizers, are made from it.

And the most critical fact facing our world today, as Ms Tomason’s thesis points out, is that the “oil boom” of the last century is not only over, the fight by nation-states to preserve our Earth’s dwindling supplies for themselves threatens global war on a scale never before seen in human history, and which, in fact, have already begun as the energy starved West continues to launch new wars to protect themselves from economic collapse.

Most amazing to note about our world’s present predicament in regards to oil is that is one of the longest “slow motion train wrecks” in history as since 1956, it has been warned about.

In fact, it was in 1956 that the great Royal Dutch Shell geoscientist Marion King Hubbert (1903-1989) warned in his presentation to the American Petroleum Institute that our world was running out of oil and that the “peak” production of oil in the United States would be reached in 1970 and for the rest of the world in the first decade of the 21st century.

To visually illustrate his warning he created the now famous “Hubbert Curve” [4th photo left] that since its 1956 release has proved 100% accurate with the peak of global oil discoveries occurring in 1963 and the US, indeed, reaching the peak of its production in 1970.

At this point it is important to understand that nearly all Western governments continue to propagate their decade’s long deception to their citizens over the grave state our world is in with regards to oil and energy resources, most especially in regards to the illusion that so called “green energy” projects can sustain us.

Nothing could be further from the truth as these “green energy” [solar, wind, geothermal, etc.] sources currently make up under .05% of total global energy production, do nothing for agriculture (the main use of oil), and to build them up to supply our world’s total energy needs would cost more money than the world has, and would take nearly 200 years to complete.

Ms Tomason continues in her dire thesis that along with the energy and food “shocks” the global monetary systems will face collapse too as it has, likewise, been “artificially inflated” beyond “all sustainable measures” due to its link with oil production.

Making matters worse, Ms Tomason explains, is that since the United States reached its peak oil production in 1970, it failed to “counter-balance” its economy to reflect it, opting, instead, to keep its economy “artificially inflated” by decoupling the US Dollar from the gold standard in 1972 (called the “Nixon Shock”) and allowing their currency to become, in essence, “worthless pieces of paper.”

During the 20th century alone the US Dollar lost nearly 80% of its purchasing power [5th photo left] leaving tens-of-millions of Americans jobless as their once mighty manufacturing base was shifted to lower priced overseas markets, a situation termed “catastrophic” by Ms Tomason, because the American currency is, also, our world’s only reserve currency whose deflation has ensured the destruction of “everything.”


To understand how enormous, and dangerous, this complex economic situation has become one has to realize that the Gross National Product (GDP) of the entire world is just over $55 Trillion a year as opposed to over $2,000 Trillion in total debt outstanding leading to what is called “The Great Credit Contraction” [6th photo left] which will, literally, evaporate all the wealth in the world virtually overnight.

Most important to understand about what will surely be the greatest economic collapse in human history is that “mainstream” economists will tell you nothing about it, and they reason they won’t tell you is shocking, to say the least.

After the global economic collapse of 2008, Professor of Economics Dirk Bezemer at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands conducted a survey of nearly all the world’s economists to discover why none of the “mainstream” economists (even Nobel Prize winners) failed to see what was coming. What he discovered were exactly 11 researchers [see list of them here] who accurately predicted the 2008 economic collapse and they all had one thing in common when creating their models, they included debt.

That’s right; nearly all of the economists in the world DO NOT factor in debt when creating their economic models leaving them worthless to predict what will happen, especially those working for governments having political motivations.

Ms Tomason, however, does include debt in her thesis and further warned that by 2011 the US Dollar “could very well begin crashing,” and which a CNBC news report is, also, saying is now underway.

Upon the collapse of the US Dollar, Ms Tomason asserts in her thesis, the entire global economy will crash plunging billions of human beings, including hundreds-of-millions in Western nations, into the lowest scale of “Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.” [Photo bottom left]

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory in psychology, proposed by Abraham Maslow (1908-1970) in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation that, basically, states human beings will first strive for “Basic Needs” (survival) before they’ll seek “Safety Needs” (comfort), and once having those needs met will strive next for “Psychological Needs”, “Self-Actualization” and, finally, “Peak Experiences.”

Ms Tomason states in her thesis that any population suffering an economic collapse and reverting to “Basic Needs” will be “ungovernable” and pose “tremendous risks” to the state leading to “wholesale breakdown of law and order.”

Ms Tomason further argues in her “Apocalypse Equation” thesis that since the collapse of civilization as we know it is “inevitable,” world leaders should consider the possibility of “mass genocide” to reduce our world’s population to a more “sustainable level commensurate with our Earth’s resources.”


The chilling genocidal scenario envisioned by Ms Tomason begins with a “limited nuclear conflict” targeted at major population centers, but designed to limit the fallout of radiation. Next would be the release of toxic chemical and biological agents she suggests could be blamed on “terrorist entities” to be followed by forced mass migration of populations to more “sustainable living environments.”

Ms Tomason envisions these “sustainable living environments” as being large population centers with mass transit systems where no personal vehicles would be allowed and the rural areas would be completely depopulated except for government run agricultural “systems.”

Prior to the initiation of these apocalyptic events Ms Tomason argues for the establishment of government run and protected “concentration camps” where “persons of worth” can be protected while the masses of their fellow citizens die by the millions and billions. Those deemed “persons of worth” would include scientists, doctors, technical specialist, etc.

Most unfortunately for all human beings is that Ms Tomason’s “Apocalypse Equation” now appears to be the accepted paradigm of our world’s leaders who see no other option if our Earth is to survive, and leading one to hope that the “gods” will return much sooner than later if anything is to be saved at all

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 12:45 am » by Newssniffer


I would agree with most of what this lady says, right up until the point where she condones government and elite bodies choosing who will be depopulated.

But, again, she is right about the world being overpopulated and that it is directly attached at the hip to worldwide oil reserves. So, the population will never reach that 10billion by 2100. There ain't enough oil and there ain't enough space (unless you're one of our brilliant members here who are so frightened of admitting the Inn is full, that you'd have us all standing shoulder to shoulder in all the 'theoretical' space we have to take up here on Earth, hoping that we'll get along better than we are now).

I don't support forced depopulation that's for sure, because I know I'm a regular guy like all of you here, and I don't got no ticket that'll get me into one of these bunkers. So, the government or any group of people making the decision of who gets depopulated is deceitful and unnatural. But I do support the mental clarity among all of our people on the planet to realize the problem and choose, using freewill and virtue, to do something about it. The first step would be making the choice to not have irresponsible sex on top of irresponsible sex that will produce unwanted children (like a child could really be such a thing). Be Bi/gay until your later twenties when you're capable of adding to the population with responsibility and intelligence, because a slip of the condom only affects the two consenting adults and doesn't drag a new born gift into a bad situation. Get us into space where there is unlimited energy, resources and room for our species growth.

Until we are all willing to address our contribution to the population problem and take it fully into our independent hands as procreating human beings, the government will continue to encroach on the issue to the point where they become self-appointed to 'fix' it themselves. Once we get there, everything we could have chosen to do, will be forced upon us, and no one here likes that idea.

But, it could be too late. Obviously this woman was pushing the idea of government sanctioned depopulation quite some time ago, meaning that these ideas of chosen depopulation have already taken root in the vicious poisoned soil of government and are more than likely grown into full blown planned contingencies, departments and laws.

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 1:52 am » by Illuminated


are we overpopulated? some argue we're not & our resources are just horribly missmanaged by greedy psycho's

Diesal motor, for example, designed to run on hemp or biomass oil in 1895'ish! we use corn to make ethenal currently. this raised the price of corn, starving millions in the 3rd world! meanwhile hemp produces 3x's as much fuel over corn, can do 3 crops a year & is a weed so doesn't need fertilizer, and has as much protien as meat! ford was making composite car parts in the 20's out of it.. rockefellar killed all that! and he profited nicely from making it that way.
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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 2:18 am » by Zegtelzegtel


newssniffer wrote:I would agree with most of what this lady says, right up until the point where she condones government and elite bodies choosing who will be depopulated.

But, again, she is right about the world being overpopulated and that it is directly attached at the hip to worldwide oil reserves. So, the population will never reach that 10billion by 2100. There ain't enough oil and there ain't enough space (unless you're one of our brilliant members here who are so frightened of admitting the Inn is full, that you'd have us all standing shoulder to shoulder in all the 'theoretical' space we have to take up here on Earth, hoping that we'll get along better than we are now).

I don't support forced depopulation that's for sure, because I know I'm a regular guy like all of you here, and I don't got no ticket that'll get me into one of these bunkers. So, the government or any group of people making the decision of who gets depopulated is deceitful and unnatural. But I do support the mental clarity among all of our people on the planet to realize the problem and choose, using freewill and virtue, to do something about it.


The first step would be making the choice to not have irresponsible sex on top of irresponsible sex that will produce unwanted children (like a child could really be such a thing).
Be Bi/gay until your later twenties when you're capable of adding to the population with responsibility and intelligence, because a slip of the condom only affects the two consenting adults and doesn't drag a new born gift into a bad situation. Get us into space where there is unlimited energy, resources and room for our species growth.




I agree with the first part, the second is a bit to extreme..
I honestly think it's to way late to live in harmony with nature...so we are fucked
but nicely said..good post

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 2:51 am » by Newssniffer


illuminated wrote:are we overpopulated? some argue we're not & our resources are just horribly missmanaged by greedy psycho's

Diesal motor, for example, designed to run on hemp or biomass oil in 1895'ish! we use corn to make ethenal currently. this raised the price of corn, starving millions in the 3rd world! meanwhile hemp produces 3x's as much fuel over corn, can do 3 crops a year & is a weed so doesn't need fertilizer, and has as much protien as meat! ford was making composite car parts in the 20's out of it.. rockefellar killed all that! and he profited nicely from making it that way.


I agree about the resources being horribly mismanaged, that's for sure. And I don't think we're so much overpopulated in the sense that there are to many of us for the food we have, but that there are too many of us for what we consume. The problem isn't in having 7 billion humans to live with, it's in doing any math on consumption times 7 billion. This is perhaps the most dangerous part about spreading the American way of life everywhere, because it is a lifestyle that is unlimited in it's use of finite resources. We have the same problem in Canada; we consume so much of everything Earth will give us, and we have no clear limits at where we will stop. It's akin to a termite colony in your basement. You can ignore the few you see scattering around for awhile, and allow the population to grow and grow, but it will eventually reach a flash point where there are so many termites producing another set of termites that the total population of termites eating your wood becomes enormous, the structure of your home will go very quickly from having solid structure to swiss cheese. With all the wood gobbled up, the structure collapses.

Not that humans are termites. Far from it, because unlike termites, we can actually look at and understand the structure of the wood and make an informed decision to not eat so much wood that the structure collapses on top of us. And we are the only species able to look at the big picture and make changes based on that without force being used on us. In nature, overpopulated species will always experience a cull. Generally, it is illness or starvation that will cull a species.

We can argue that in all of these situations, the overpopulated species will not die out because refugees will move on and keep the species going, even if the old habitat is completely destroyed. We only have this comfort when a city or area is depleted of resources and we still have somewhere to go. Most likely we'll be able to come back some day once the Earth around that area has had the time to heal it and restore it's vitality and life. However, the biggest issue with overpopulation on a global scale, is that we have substantially reduced the amount of Earth that is natural enough to restore the land around it, and are pulling more and more of the life and vitality from these areas. So, we face this flash point problem, where everything is going good, we continue to just move to the next area that is harvestable without realizing we've left such a huge swath and taken away too much of nature and it reaches a point where it is unable to keep up in restoring the land we leave abandoned. And because we have no other planet to go to, we're just plain fucked.

I did a calculation on energy consumption in North America a few years ago. I calculated this energy to figure out how much water it would boil in a year . It was over 102 Million Olympic sized swimming pools. That's insane to think that, because of just us in North America, we use enough energy to heat that much mass. Not exactly something that happened in nature, but because of our consumption.

I have great faith in Earth and her ability to support us, and I don't think killing the planet is an easy thing to do, but I do believe it is entirely possible for an ecosystem (like any system we could create) to collapse. It won't be an Earth Shattering kaboom!, but rather a slow breakdown of all systems around us, leading to a slow painful demise on a cold rock.

I believe we, as an intelligent sentient species, is between a rock and a hard place. That we will have to choose survival of the species over our kush technological lifestyles again. And that's hard for me to say. I'm surrounded by the hum of technology, and really like my gadgets and inventing new ones. But, if we are to maintain this population, because we love it, than we've got to reduce our consumption. I think the only thing that can save us right now, would be the abolishment of private land ownership to allow all living people a plot of land to sustain themselves from.

None the less, our arguments and visions may very well mean nothing, because it is likely for a virus to develop naturally that will spread through our global population like none before it. In many ways it would be a relief for something to happen this way, because as long as mother nature produces it, there are no favorites or immune elites. It is one of the few things in the world that we can all be equal in.

A developed virus on the other hand, would obviously favor individuals and groups already in power, and would not be released because of the legitimate concerns of overpopulation to our future, but because it's a quick effective way to be in absolute control. Nothing would change if the governments and war machines beat mother nature to the punch. In fact, at this point, I believe such monsters will have been created, that they would willingly destroy the planet shortly after receiving this unyielding power.

I've been debating this issue for a long time on the internet, and have been called many things because of it. Most think I condone the killing of innocent people for the greater good, but the complete opposite is true. I do not want or need to kill anyone in anything other than self defense. I could never make a decision that one group has got to go while another stays. This is why America in the Middle East proves that our governments will kill without impunity, those that stand in the way of their absolute power.

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PostWed Dec 21, 2011 8:35 am » by Illuminated


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14,000 U.S. Dead in 14 Weeks After Fukushima Meltdown

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A peer-reviewed study published in the International Journal of Health Services estimates 14,000 excess deaths in the United States are linked to the radioactive fallout from the Fukushima nuclear reactors. The article by Joseph Mangano and Janette Sherman is the first published in a medical journal.

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PostWed Dec 21, 2011 12:17 pm » by Svaha


She is right ... under the current system of 'scarcety'.
This system is breaking down now, entering a singularity on all levels, meaning no one can predict what happens when the singularity is reached.

This system (that we have now) has only a few that actualy produce something, the majority only pollutes/consumes, the biggest group is government/control/technocrats, it's a system of taking, only taking.
She proposes to 'nuke' the population and so on, that's a technocrat (sociopath) speaking ... why not nuke governments, they are the least productive?

She is wrong looking from a perspective of abundance / wholeness.

Starting with food, it is possible to produce food in abundance without artificial fertilizers, without big mechanical involvement, without transportation around the world .... on a local level, using existing knowledge, with nature not against nature.

Oil : the earth produces oil, it's an ongoing process and we're only depending on oil because all other 'techologies' to produce energy / plastics / 'petrol' are suppressed.

Housing : For many years 'we' have the knowledge to build homes that need practical zero energy input, where you realy can feel at home.

Health : Instead of focusing on curing diseases 'we' could focus on staying healthy, in balance.

At all these points the 'system / culture' that we have now is destroying the natural abundance, for instance food is controlled by the 'business' not only the market business, but also the business of seed, introduction of gm seeds.
gm seeds / plants / animals attack diversity, are not recognised by our body, threaten our health and fertility, kill the soil.

That this would happen was foreseen by many cultures, but also that the natural laws will prevail, plans made to save their own asses will fail.
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PostWed Dec 21, 2011 1:00 pm » by Mrmcnuggets


HEEELLLLOOOO FEMA... :ohno:

Funny. Last month there was a FEMA Rv in concord at the shell station, shit was bout as big as the race car ones. :peep:

and people straight shunned me down when I said the military industrial complex is a straight corrupt machine earlier(on another forum.), their fuzzy little heads would explode reading this shit. :roll:
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PostWed Dec 21, 2011 1:26 pm » by SamueltheLion


this is just a way the cult of death is trying to get you to worship death too, and demand your own, as well as others death.

but death is a lie.

only life is the truth.

svaha has a lot of good things to say.

322 and the archonic brotherhood must go.
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