Last year, Russia Today reported that a strange mystery illness had stricken the Ukraine. Reports surfaced of people’s lungs melting and it was speculated that this could be anything from pneumonic plague to a new 3-in-1 flu bioweapon. Rumors circulated of thousands of people being possibly infected. Some even said the pestilence had been sprayed on the Ukranians with chemtrail planes. The speculation went on and on.
But at the end of the day, it turned out there was no such epidemic at all and the hype had been created for political reasons involving upcoming Ukranian elections. They had used the same ploy that is so favored by American leaders: create a crisis at a strategic time, just before an election, in order to keep or place in power a selected person or persons who will serve the NWO agenda.
It just goes to show that we all need to be just as critical of what we read on blogs and other alternative media as we are of what we hear from the mainstream media. Anytime something comes up that stirs up the it’s-the-end-of-the-world panic, step back, take a breath, and leave a little room for skepticism.
That’s not to say the sky isn’t falling. It is falling, but very, very slowly. You will have time to adjust to each new level of social misery and collectivism so that by the time the sky does land on your head, you will have the impression that it has always been there. The worst thing for the NWO would be for the sky to fall in one day. After all, that would leave people no time to adjust and the last thing the NWO wants is for people to wake up en masse to what is being done to them. So next time you see something that indicates that we are on the verge of the apocalypse, keep that in mind before heading to your underground bunker.
Here’s a very good article that goes into a few ideas as to why this was made out to be something it was not:
And a link, which provides further video links of the RT coverage.
Fox News Coverage:
Finally, American Coverage of Ukraine Plague Outbreak
Turns out that the guy who won the election was labeled “the Kremlin’s puppet.”
Viktor Yanukovych promises Ukraine will embrace Russia
That’s not good for the U.S. considering all the trouble they went through to get Viktor Yushchenko into office.
Elections in Ukraine