From Zyklon B to GM corn: How GMOs transformed food into a globalist weapon
by Mike Adams
Monday, September 24, 2012
Zyklon B is a very effective chemical for killing humans. The trick is getting the victims to inhale it. Since most people won’t voluntarily inhale Zyklon B gas, you have to use some means of force to march them into chambers where the gas is released. Hence the use of guns in the hands of governments, the rise of the SS (known as “TSA” in modern America), and the rounding up of innocent citizens to be gassed to death during the Nazi regime. “Nazi,” by the way, is shorthand for “national socialist party.”
The Nazi approach to killing people was very effective in 1944, but it wouldn’t fly today in the age of instant messaging, Twitter, Facebook and other social media. It’s hard to keep a concentration camp a secret these days, especially if millions of people are being processed through them. If the Nazis had cell phone cameras in 1944, somebody would have snapped some photos, uploaded them to “NaziTube.com” and the whole cover would have been blown. (Or YouTube would have censored the videos and protected the Nazis from being outed, because YouTube routinely censors videos that expose bad government.)
Fast forward six decades or so, and you’ve got our modern world. All the same types of psychopathic killers still run the world’s most powerful governments and corporations, but they’ve figured out that in order to kill people, they’ve got to do it a little more covertly.