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1970

Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Director, said in his book, Between Two Ages, weather control was a new weapon that would be the key element of strategy. “Technology will make available to leaders of major nations a variety of techniques for conducting secret warfare…” He also wrote “Accurately timed, artificially excited electronic strokes could lead to a pattern of oscillations that produce relatively high power levels over certain regions of the Earth … one could develop a system that would seriously impair the brain performance of a very large population in selected regions over an extended period.” [Cited in Baker’s “ELF Psychotronic Tyranny” paper.]

Funding for the synthetic biological agent is obtained under H.R. 15090. The project, under the supervision of the CIA, is carried out by the Special Operations Division at Fort Detrick, the army’s top secret biological weapons facility. Speculation is raised that molecular biology techniques are used to produce AIDS-like retroviruses.

United States intensifies its development of “ethnic weapons” (Military Review, Nov., 1970), designed to selectively target and eliminate specific ethnic groups who are susceptible due to genetic differences and variations in DNA.

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to Dr. Norman E. BorlaugRockefeller Foundation field scientist, for his pivotal role in helping modernize agriculture in the developing world. This effort becomes popularly known as the “Green Revolution,” a term coined two years earlier by William S. Gaud, former director of United States Aid for International Development (USAID). In a 10-year joint program with the Ford Foundation, several hundred research awards are made to improve understanding of population and development links in developing countries. A program for research on the economic and social determinants and consequences of population growth is announced. Studies focus on research in population policies in the developing world.

Cambodia – The CIA overthrows Prince Sahounek, who is highly popular among Cambodians for keeping them out of the Vietnam War. He is replaced by CIA puppet Lon Nol, who immediately throws Cambodian troops into battle. This unpopular move strengthens once minor opposition parties like the Khmer Rouge, which achieves power in 1975 and massacres millions of its own people.

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