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Illuminati, Kanye West and climate change – Punch Newspapers

The Illuminati is real! This is what many believe the popular American rapper, Kanye West, was trying to tell the world last week when in a random outburst to the paparazzi he called out some unknown forces whom he alleged were controlling many known celebrities. However, he ranted that ‘they’ could not control him like they did to the others. Yet he revealed that his own biological mother had already been sacrificed to these secret powers.

West declared, “They can’t control me, you know what I’m saying. They can control Shaq, they can control Charles Barkley, they can control Lebron James. They can control Jay-Z and Beyonce. But they can’t control me. Ain’t no name I won’t name. It’s up!”

He continued, “My mama ain’t here, my mama was sacrificed. Michael Jordan, what about him? His daddy. Bill Cosby, his son. Dr Dre, his son. You know out in Hollywood, a lot of people come up missing. Feels like it might be a lot of that in order to control, traumatise. They wanna monetise, and traumatise.”

The question is, should we believe West? Remember, he never mentioned the word “Illuminati”, but there seems to be a universal understanding that he was referring to the legendary secret organisation, which is largely connected to the conspiracy theory about a New World Order – a covertly emerging totalitarian world government orchestrated by the global elite.

The American rapper, also known as Ye, never ceases to amaze. Some years back he had denied having ties to the Illuminati when the symbolism and style in his popular song video ‘Runaway’ (and also the song ‘Power’) trended as Illuminati codes. Then, he took to his Twitter page to address the rumours that he was a member of the secret society and worshipped the devil. “I’ve got question about ‘the Illuminati … what is it exactly??? … and why do people think pop stars have a membership???!!! LOL,” he tweeted. “Is Illuminati and devil worshipping like the same thing … do they have a social network that celebs can sign up for?”

The other interesting thing is that these alleged Illuminati sacrifices seem to be ordinary people dying ordinary deaths. Some sceptics pointed to the fact that West’s mother died while undergoing cosmetic surgery, which the artiste paid for. In that sense, his mother was sacrificed to his own vanity rather than to the infamous Illuminati.

Nevertheless, my thinking is that even if there is no monolithic secret society that controls Hollywood superstars, there is certainly a hidden force behind the curtains, manifestly ‘manipulating’ our human evolution on this planet. But the evidence is that they actually need us as agents to destroy ourselves with our own hands. They use our greed, avarice, envy, hubris, guile, to telegraph their agenda and see it enforced right here in our homestead. They are patently evil because the outcomes of their guidance through the ages have doomed us as a civilisation. They not only killed Ye’s mother, they killed Earth’s Mother!

West cries because of personal agony; but I know of worse pains the ‘Illuminati’ has caused the entire human race. They made – or allowed – us to walk like sacrificial lambs into the cauldron of global warming and climate change. Without any iota of doubt, I believe it is the Illuminati who made the world abandon green energy and embrace dirty fuel for our transportation system. Today, because of the carbon emitted by fossil fuels over the centuries, the chicken has come home to roost.

What many would not know is the historical fact that the electric car – now adopted worldwide in order to fight climate change – is not a modern venture. It actually started about two centuries ago. During the 1890s it became a rave. The rich bought it. The poor rode. The businessmen bought into it. For instance, it was so hot that in 1906, the Electric Storage Battery Company bought the Morris and Salom (electric car) startup, even before it had made a sale.

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The media was awash with the news. The electric vehicle company ordered 12,000 new cars; these would include hansom cabs, landaus, and coupes. A giant EV holding company would open branches in every state and territory in the United States. There would be a “worldwide network of branch EVCs.” The EVC planned a paper value of $200m. The expansion plans made sense. The EVC business model worked. According to historian David Kirsch, the company was likely profitable on its own.

Sadly, as the world seemed ready to go green, the tide suddenly turned. President Teddy Roosevelt, elected in 1901, became known as the “trust buster.” E.P. Ingersoll, owner of the motor journal Horseless Age, attacked the EVC as a trust in his every editorial. He battered the electric battery as well.

“The history of storage battery traction is strewn with wrecks and failures,” he wrote. The battery electric would not work “until the laws of the universe are superseded.” He warned against those who would ‘force electrics on a ‘credulous world.’

With Ingersoll’s constant attacks, the EVC became known as the ‘Lead Cab Trust,’ according to Gijs Mom, the leading historian of the rise and fall of the electric car in this period. Mom concludes that Ingersoll’s technical complaints overshadow his real enemy: Monopoly. Ingersoll believed the EVC trust would prevent the dawn of a utopian ‘Horseless Age’ based on the internal-combustion motor.

In an orchestrated scandal, the EVC stock plummeted from $30 to 75 cents a share. In 1900, Horseless Age cancelled all EVC ads and then named and shamed the “floaters of watered stock companies.” In 1901, the EVC began to collapse. Chicago liquidated in the early spring. Boston folded two months later. So, by the time fossil fuel cars, like Henry Ford’s Model T, came into the limelight, electric vehicles were seen as feminine, ornamental cars. And that was how the battle against global warming was lost before it even began.

A typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. This assumes the average gasoline vehicle on the road today has a fuel economy of about 22.0 miles per gallon and drives around 11,500 miles per year. Every gallon of gasoline burned creates about 8,887 grams of carbon dioxide. In addition to carbon dioxide, automobiles produce methane and nitrous oxide from the tailpipe and hydrofluorocarbon emissions from leaking air conditioners. Cumulatively, these gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to warm, resulting in changes to the climate we are already seeing today.

It is instructive to note that greenhouse gas emissions from transportation account for about 27 per cent of total US GHG emissions, making it the largest contributor of US GHG emissions. It is the same globally. The global transportation sector is a major polluter and in 2020 produced approximately 7.3 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. The share of CO2 in the sector can be broken down into passenger cars (41%); medium and heavy trucks (22%); shipping (11%); aviation (8%); buses and minibuses (5%); Two/three-wheelers (3%) and rail (3%).

Surely, a candid review of global trend will show that there are unseen forces lurking behind the shadows. They are the ones who stopped Nikola Tesla from experimenting with his wireless electricity dream. But, there is a conspiracy to keep these forces hidden. This is why the little to be gleaned is painted in the brush of “conspiracy theory.” No matter who you are, once you begin a journey into the disclosure lane, you become one of the mad people living on the fringes of society. Hence, West has courageously posed a challenge, and I believe human society is now mature enough to approach this topic without fear or fury.

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