Saddam Hussein was executed, Osama bin Laden is dead, Muammar Gaddafi — the run and the same fate, the "war on terror" is in dire need of a new terrifying scarecrow. Mahmud Ahmadinejad and Iran have been touted as possible contenders for the post, but much of the world already knows that the "Iranian threat" — it is simply a US-Israeli propaganda. So is there anyone else on the planet who could paint "on Dr. Evil," or the powers that be will have to look up to the starry sky, in search of their next "terrible villain?"
Well, it is not sound funny, but the mainstream media support the idea that the alien invasion from outer space is not only possible, but may even be inevitable. Although, according to some globalist guru — not much to worry about, the threat could be a boon.
During a recent appearance on CNN, talking to Fareed Zakaria, Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman suggested that a collision with a hostile life forms could well be beneficial to the U.S. economy. He said the following: "If we find that we are going to be attacked by space aliens, and, in connection with this threat, we need intensive capacity [defense spending and military production], then, if inflation and the budget deficit would be moved to the background and this recession would have ended after 18 months. "
Aliens subject was raised again on the TV show Dylan Ratigana (MSNBC), where it was discussed with the guests — Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist who once defined the terrorists as people who oppose world government.
Kaku says that NASA satellites have discovered at least 50 planets, "very similar to the Earth." He said, though, most of these planets, life forms are likely to be nothing more than a colony of microbes, the possibility that some of them may be a reasonable life, and even more advanced than here on Earth, and some of these intelligences can be hostile to people.
"The universe is 13.7 billion years old," said Kaku. "Maybe they have a weapon that we even can not imagine."
Designating himself as globalist, Ratigan asked Michio Kaku: — whether the threat of alien invasion lead to the formation of a global government to ensure that in the future to deal with such things as climate change, global finance, and the sovereignty of individual nations.
Smiling like the cat that ate the canary, Kaku said, quoting the words of Ronald Reagan, he said to Mikhail Gorbachev in 1985: "I think sometimes as quickly disappeared to all of our differences? If we were faced with the threat from the limits of our world. "
He added: "If we were faced with a common enemy in space, it does contribute to the unification of the Earth, just as President Reagan said."
This conversation Ratigana Kaku and is a classic example of the rhetoric of the New World Order. In 1993, the Club of Rome published a manifesto of the First Global Revolution («First Global Revolution»), which states: "In search of a new, unite us, the enemy, we came to the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine — are responsible the necessary requirements. "
To a large extent due to the scandal "Climategate" (2009), when a number of scientists were exposed to an artificial inflation of the threat of global warming, more and more people are starting to realize that this "warming" — no more than a hoax, and public support for globalist efforts to combat carbon emissions are declining. Not so if the crowd globalist apologists New World Order has now resorted to extreme measures, such as unwinding, forcing the alien invasion threat to get people back on track?
In addition to the use of propaganda about the alien invasion as an excuse to intensify the movement toward global governance, this propaganda can also serve other purposes, for example — to ensure public support for the militarization of space.
Reaching more than a year, secret launches of spacecraft for military use, almost all do not receive any coverage in the press. Since 2010 the United States to put into orbit two unmanned military unit X-37B. Although the Air Force denies that it marks the beginning of the process of the militarization of space, some famous Russian leaders strongly disagree.
According to the South African «Times Live», a former Russian Air Force Commander Anatoly Kornukov was furious to hear about the launch of X-37B in March 2010.
Kornukov said that the spacecraft significantly increases the combat power of the United States of America and demonstrates the desire to go into space and threaten Russia from there.
"The United States ignored the appeals of Russia and the world to abandon plans to deploy weapons in space," said Kornukov. "Aggression from space could turn Russia into something like Iraq or Yugoslavia."