“When the impossible has been eliminated, all that remains no matter how improbable is possible.” ~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
By Catherine Austin Fitts
What if the autism epidemic is being purposely engineered? With California now legislating laws that violate the Nuremberg Code, it is time to seriously pursue this question.
Author Wayne McRoy was touched personally by autism and started to research it’s explosive growth. He proposes a theory of engineered autistic populations that connects the dots between aluminum in our vaccines, in the spraying overhead and the changes in our thinking and behavior to so-called “tranhumanism” which my good friend and ally Thomas Meyer refers to as “subhumanism.”
Watch Elon Musk’s presentation on Neurolink. Then ask yourself this. If an effort will be made to connect each human brain by wireless technology to AI software, perhaps there is a reason that the people who control and program the AI software might prefer a human with little empathy and a more easily controlled local intelligence.
Sound far-fetched? Given the horrifying experimentation and prototyping with children today, McRoy’s theories are worth exploring. Ah, we need the Neurolinks to allow autistic kids to function. Ah, we need Neurolinks to keep up with smart computers. Or is it all just a marketing power to turn control over our minds to a centrally controlled mechanism? What if this is the ultimate “last scam.”
McRoy misses the economic integration with robotics. Engineering humans to be managed in the same legal, labor, regulatory and taxation systems as robots is a major time and money savings for Mr. Global. Nevertheless, McRoy is pointing in a direction that things are going.
When a problem does not get solved, but is instead progressively grown, it is often because it is not a problem for the people running the system. What we think is a problem is a symptom that the system is working and headed where the people who control the purse strings and governmental infrastructure want to go.
Something is terribly, terribly wrong. McRoy is trying to get to the bottom of it. Let’s join him in that quest. This is a matter of life and death. Really.