Sunday, November 16, 2014

Depopulation Agenda in Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos

John Pilger vividly reveals the brutality and murderous political ambitions of the Pol Pot / Khmer Rouge totalitarian regime  (created by the Committee of 300) which bought genocide and despair to the people of Cambodia while neighboring countries, including Australia, shamefully ignored the immense human suffering and unspeakable crimes that bloodied this once beautiful country. Lenin, Mao, Pol Pot, Ho Chi Minh, Pathet Lao, Vang Pao, the old and today Royals/Dictators of ASEAN are Committee of 300 creations and control.

SECOND VIDEO: Ten year after
Ten years after the first documentary 'Year Zero' John Pilger revisit Cambodia and speaks about the change and suffering of the Cambodian people face and the horrors of the Khmer rouge the US and Britain policy. A brilliant and moving documentary a must see!!! This video is from John Pilger website and is only for education purpose to find out more information go on to John pilger website Rate leave and comment.

Contrary to what you believe, the above groups, corporations, institutions are all involved.

Rockefeller--Rothschild--Kennedy set stages for Vietnam War

This Awareness indicates this began the movement toward greater power in the United States being controlled by the banking system, and the usurping of the power from the hands of the people--this being the government--the power of government being taken from the people. This Awareness indicates this led to that which became the secret government which controlled the United States from the time of World War ll up to recent times.

This Awareness indicates that the Cold War then, as being but a chess game manipulated between the Rothschild and the Rockefellers, the Jesuit agents as a kind of mind mass-manipulation to lead the world government which was described previously. This Awareness indicates there appeared to be competition between these entities--these banking interests--and this competition was real, yet there was also that complete respect and the mutual cooperation that was underlying much of the surface competition. This Awareness indicates that there also were certain movements when the competition between these entities cost the lives of others, but from the viewpoint of these entities, this was simply part of the financial game. This Awareness indicates that the efforts of the Rothschilds to force the United States into Vietnam--this was in part with the cooperation of the Rockefellers and the Kennedys, due to the desire of the Rothschilds to have greater control in Southeast Asia. This Awareness indicates that this in part relating to the drugs within the golden Triangle area, and in part an effort to use up the military supplies of the United States and to cost more money to bankrupt this nation, even as Britain had been bankrupted by the Spanish War in the 18th Century.

By the end of 1945, 100,000 U.S. troops were fighting alongside Chinese Kuomintang (and Japanese) forces in Communist-held areas of northern China. Chiang Kai-Shek and the Kuomintang may have been the most corrupt of all U.S. allies. A steady stream of U.S. advisers in China warned that U.S. aid was being stolen by Chiang and his cronies, some of it even sold to the Japanese, but the U.S. commitment to Chiang continued throughout the war, his defeat by the Communists and his rule of Taiwan. Secretary of State Dulles’ brinksmanship on behalf of Chiang twice led the U.S. to the brink of nuclear war with China on his behalf in 1955 and 1958 over Matsu and Qemoy, two small islands off the coast of China.

The CIA began providing air support to French forces in Laos in 1950, and remained involved there for 25 years. The CIA engineered at least three coups between 1958 and 1960 to keep the growing leftist Pathet Lao out of government. It worked with right-wing Laotian drug lords like General Phoumi Nosavan, transporting opium between Burma, Laos and Vietnam and protecting his monopoly on the opium trade in Laos. In 1962, the CIA recruited a clandestine mercenary army of 30,000 veterans of previous guerrilla wars from Thailand, Korea, Vietnam and the Philippines to fight the Pathet Lao.

As large numbers of American G.I.s in Vietnam got hooked on heroin, the CIA’s Air America transported opium from Hmong territory in the Plain of Jars to General Vang Pao’s heroin labs in Long Tieng and Vientiane for shipment to Vietnam. When the CIA failed to defeat the Pathet Lao, the U.S. bombed Laos almost as heavily as Cambodia, with around 2.5 million tons of bombs.

Watch how much bombs are dropped in Laos

Between 1964 and 1973, the United States dropped around 2.5 million tons of bombs on Laos. While the American public was focused on the war in neighboring Vietnam, the US military was waging a devastating covert campaign to cut off North Vietnamese supply lines through the small Southeast Asian country.  The nearly 600,000 bombing runs delivered a staggering amount of explosives: The equivalent of a planeload of bombs every eight minutes for nine years, or a ton of bombs for every person in the country—more than what American planes unloaded on Germany and Japan combined during World War II.  Laos remains, per capita, the most heavily bombed country on earth. The map above, created by photographer Jerry Redfern, provides another view of the massive scale of the bombing. Each point on the map corresponds to one US bombing mission starting in October 1965; multiple planes often flew on missions.The unfinished aftermath of the air campaign is the subject of Redfern and Karen Coates' new book, Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos. This stunning book, seven years in the making, documents how the secret air war is still claiming lives more than four decades after it ended. More than 100 Laotians fall victim to unexploded cluster bombs annually, delayed casualties of Operation Barrel Roll and Operation Steel Tiger, which dropped 270 million cluster bomblets. Packed by the dozens or hundreds in canisters, cluster bombs are designed to open in midair, scattering small explosives across a wide radius. Yet not all of them detonated, and today, 80 million live bomblets lurk under Laos' soil. Cleaning up the unexploded ordnance (UXO) has been agonizingly slow. In January 2014, Congress approved $12 million for UXO clearance and related aid in Laos. In comparison, the bombing cost the United States tax payers  $17 million a day in inflation-adjusted dollars but crediting the British Empire military industrial complex bank accounts. 

Bombed area in Laos
Testemony:Vang Geu, A former military officer in Military Region II (MR-II), had served in the French Army during the Indochina War from 1953 to 1954. He worked as news broadcaster at the Lao National Radio Station in Vientiane, Laos and, during 1960-1964, was an employee of the National Bank of Laos in Vientiane. During 1968-1973, he was involved in the Vietnam War, fighting alongside the United States armed forces. His military assignments included serving successively as battalion commander, brigade commander, and division commander, fighting the enemy that invaded the kingdom of Laos. During 1973-1975, he served as chief of Economic and Development in MR-II, Laos. 

For the people who are member of the British Empire system of governance, you will recognize in this report the absolute extinction of your species. The only hope for you is to hold on the power for long enough that you will snap out of this development with famines, pestilences and wars to try to guarantee that even in your own demise, your system of Empire will not be superseded by any other system. Everything, the financial system, the suppression of scientific and technological advances, all the means by which the Empire, to retain control, are disintegrating. Here is his memoir: Lao Version: 

The Pathet Lao were financed by the Russian and Chinese Communist fractions who were also financed by the same Elite who finance the UN, owns the world fiat currency system including the Fed, Bank of England, ECB, and all the the world alphabet organizations.