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A Card-Carrying Conspiracy Theorist


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An extract from Mary Maxwell’s article “Why I Am a Card-Carrying Conspiracy Theorist” on Rumourmill News (full article here)

Mary writes:

“I believe there is a World Government in place….  Any world government worth its salt would have to come about secretly. Deceit is one of the strongest weapons in our species. Knowledge is also a weapon, and the takeover artists had great knowledge as to how human nature works.

Amazing details as to how a few men accomplished such a feat can be found in the lecture that Richard Day, MD, gave to medical students and physicians in 1969. Dr Day worked for Planned Parenthood and his boss, therefore, was Rockefeller. Day was allowed to leak much information, perhaps as a trial balloon.

On that occasion, no member of the audience expressed objection to the “plans” that were revealed. Later, however, in 1988, Lawrence Dunegan, MD, went public with his complaints…”

Mary lists ten of the points Dunegan discussed, and then writes about why people resist the revelations of Conspiracy:

“In general, it’s considered an embarrassment to subscribe to the main conspiracy theories of today. When JFK was killed in 1963, people did scoff at the Warren Commission’s findings that Oswald was a lone nutter. Yet hardly anyone would state outright that the assassination must have had huge help from high-level people.

Today the 9-11 conspiracy theory, often rendered as “9-11 was an Inside Job,” is seriously countenanced by a fair percentage of the American population. Still, there is quite a willingness to ridicule those who proclaim it.

I suppose it is natural for people to hold back on criticism of their leaders. To honor one’s group leader is biologically provided for, just as is the honoring of one’s parents. You feel terrible if you express any disloyalty.”

She then provides clues given in Dr Day’s speech as evidence of World Government’s blatant criminality. 

“Diseases and Drought – Great Woes of Mankind

New diseases. Oh, come on, anyone can see that this is a crime. I think we should categorize it as the crime of murder, as murder has no statute of limitations. Many of the ‘new diseases,” not least AIDS, caused many deaths. The persons responsible need to be punished as murderers. That’s elementary, isn’t it, my dear Watson?

The other crime is weather control. When one mentions rain-making or temperature changing (both of which are massively being done today, as far as I can figure), one gets the retort “It is done for beneficial purposes.” OK, but that’s not true of drought-making. According to Dr Dunegan, Dr Day said “You can make drought during the growing season so that nothing will grow.”

Day’s remark was made in the context of food control, allegedly intended to get people to practice population control. He said “Food supply is to be brought under centralized control so that people would not have enough to support any fugitives from the new system.” Wow, we are talking life-and-death control here.

Who do these jerks think they are, anyway?

By the way, the US Constitution Article III, section 3, calls it treason if you “levy war” against the United States. The punishment is death. The Australian Criminal Code (Part 5.1, Division 80.1) provides a punishment of life imprisonment for any person who “levies war, or does any act preparatory to levying war, against the Commonwealth.”

We could easily charge with treason those who levy war by drought-making or invention of new diseases.”

A video by Dr Stan Montieth with ideas about the Invention of diseases.

Mary W Maxwell can be reached at mary.maxwell@alumni.adelaide.edu.au. Her 2013 book, Consider the Lilies, delves into some of the “new diseases” predicted by Dr Day. 


  1. Thank you for quoting me, Dalia. If I had known this was going to run in Oz, I’d have entitled it “Why I Am a Card-Carrying, Dyed in the Wool, Dinkum Di, Rolled Gold Conspiracy Theorist.” Don’t want to miss out on that jail sentence if I go to France.

    The poor French. They still take pride in their “Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen” (1789). Allow me to list some of the rights:

    2. The aim of all political association is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression.
    [Great! One has a right to resist oppressive metadata laws.]

    3. The principle of all sovereignty resides essentially in the nation. No body nor individual may exercise any authority which does not proceed directly from the nation.
    [Lovely. What about orders from World Government?]

    4. Liberty consists in the freedom to do everything which injures no one else….
    5. Law can only prohibit such actions as are hurtful to society. ….
    6. Law is the expression of the general will. Every citizen has a right to participate personally, or through his representative, in its foundation…. [Go, Gumshoe.]

    8. The law shall provide for such punishments only as are strictly and obviously necessary….
    [France nevertheless has a law criminalising Holocaust Denial]

    10. No one shall be disquieted on account of his opinions, including his religious views, provided their manifestation does not disturb the public order established by law.
    [Frankly, though, Dr Day’s presentation of the sins, and my recounting of Dr Day, does disturb the public order. I mean it disturbs the status quo in which the sins are Standard Office Procedure.]

    11. The free communication of ideas and opinions is one of the most precious of the rights of man. Every citizen may, accordingly, speak, write, and print with freedom, but shall be responsible for such abuses of this freedom as shall be defined by law.
    [A French journalist who pins the Germanwings crash on, say, a jilted lover — will he be held responsible for abuse of press freedom? Attention Rupe, don’t set foot in France!]

    15. Society has the right to require of every public agent an account of his administration.
    [Boy! I’d never heard of that one. If the Monis capture had been in France, we could get the police bullet-fragment story down pat. Wait a minute, the Charlie killings were in Paris. Did “society” get a full accounting?]

    Allons enfants de la patrie, do it today! Help the world! S.V.P.!

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