Censorship and why discoveries do not go public
Our civilization has reached a stage in which every country and every economy are interconnected one way or the other, though—most importantly—they all connect to money. And money is connected to power. A single event can potentially create a large imbalance to this delicately interconnected system, thus dramatically affecting the powers behind money. We know, for example, how sensitive data—even rumours—can affect the Stock Market and bring great losses or profits to big organizations; but large corporations running crucial industries could be directly affected if data or products that could limited their power and influence were revealed. For example, oil companies like Shell, BP, ExxonMobil, and others whose profits are in the trillions of dollars, would never let a ‘free energy’ device into the hands of the public. The reason is obvious, as their profits would vanish in a very short time if developed countries lost dependency on oil. Yet another example is the pharmaceutical industry—another multi billion dollars sector—who would never welcome a cheap drug that would cure cancer or other major illnesses.
Furthermore, we have a few major religions with masses of followers and significant power all over the world. The power of a religion is rooted in its ‘holy’ texts and the ‘truth’ it reveals. If any of their ‘truths’ were in any way verified to be false, these dominant religious institutes would not only lose power but could potentially collapse. They are aware of this and hold rigidly to their authority. An obvious such example is what occurred in the medieval period when science began to evolve and provide answers to matters that conflicted with the views pushed by Christianity. Many thousands died during the era of the ‘Holy’ Inquisition—of course, it had nothing to do with anything ‘holy’, but was just a game of power and control.
Lastly, we have all the vigorous lobbies in sectors like science, archaeology, history, etc. Any new information that will alter the status quo of the powers in these sectors would not be welcome. That is also obvious.
Regardless of the individual scenario, what remains prominent is the hunger for power coupled with control and magnified by human arrogance. While these have always been obstacles in the evolution of humanity, it is stronger in our times than ever. It is obvious why a major discovery that is going to affect any of the sectors mentioned above is met with huge resistance, even so that it jeopardises the lives of the ones who impart this information. Therefore, we shouldn’t be surprised when we see discoveries become public many, many years after the initial discovery—and sometimes never becoming public at all—either because the people responsible for them are dead, or have at least been threatened.
One recent example of a significant, yet provocative find is the Dead Sea Scrolls, major religious texts that were located in 1947. The texts were parchments over 2000 years old and written in Hebrew and Aramaic. This was the greatest archaeological find of the previous century. Yet only 20% of the text was published upon its discovery, while the other 80% confidentially remained locked away in a secret vault at the Rockefeller Museum in Jerusalem for about 35 years, raising debates amongst archaeologists—all because these texts were directly related to major religions.
We have also heard many stories about free energy devices that never went into production because the lives of the inventors were threatened, or because their equipment was confiscated, or because they had an ‘accident’. Not to mention the topic of UFOs where there are a massive amount of documented events and thousands of eyewitnesses, only to be suppressed and treated as a movement driven by fanatics. The cover up is stronger than ever, beginning with the Roswell event.
The ones who pay for all of this are the everyday citizens of the world—us. A select group of people, organizations and companies control the information that we are allowed to have access to so they can profit from our slavery to them. Is that not ironic?
We must ask ourselves if there a solution to this control? The answer is clear: only if people unite and become a threat to the reigning oligarchy, thus creating a major power shift. Until then, the flow of all information will continue to be controlled, and when it cannot be controlled—as is becoming the case with Internet today—‘they’ will continue to just throw huge quantities of rubbish out so that a) simple people will never be able to find out what is true, and b) serious topics become graphic and their originators ridiculed so that no one will take the matter seriously. People need to open their eyes and see what is happening and stop acting as brainless androids following what governments and other ‘experts’ try to impose on them. Once a substantial mass of people begin to awake, then there will be a chance for a better future for those seeking the truth and for authorities that present the truth.
By John Black