Eight Horrible Facts
1. Regular readers will know that
my sister died
of cancer some 20 years ago. And my belief is that the last five years of her
life would have been considerably bettered had she had access to
Rightly or wrongly, that is my belief.
2. If I had a virus in a test tube that would hurt very
significantly or, perhaps, even kill, all those officials who are effectively blocking
seriously ill people from having access to such drugs, I would use it.
I would, of course, merely threaten them with
this at first; but if they did not back off, I would definitely use it.
3. There must be millions of men
worldwide who are as
aggrieved as me over some issue or other.
4. "Home-made" viruses of a lethal kind have already
been developed, and in the next few years many people with talent will be able
to manufacture such viruses and those who have money will be able to get their
hands on them.
People will use such viruses to
attack their enemies and also to provide themselves with protection; e.g. a
drugs baron wishing to protect himself from prosecution.
5. There is absolutely no hope of stopping this.
6. The probability that we will be hit by such things is high -
(Indeed, Sir Martin Rees, the
renowned physicist and cosmologist, and the current Astronomer Royal, believes
that the entire human race has only a 50% chance of surviving through this
century; and Stephen Hawking would clearly concur with this judging by what he
has said recently.)
7. The consequences of even just
one virus attack will be horrible, and one result will be
that governments everywhere will try to clamp down very heavily indeed - on just about everything.
As just one example, your actual body will need to be checked
wherever you go - e.g. at airports - to ensure that you are not carrying some virus within
And life will not be too pleasant when people are too scared to
send their children to school, too scared to go out to work, too scared to go
shopping, and even too scared
to leave their homes; lest they end up infected.
Our societies will collapse
What people can do with computer
viruses today, they will probably be able to do with biological viruses tomorrow.
Millions of us will die.
All of us will be terrified.
This is the likely future for you and
for those whom you purport to love.
8. The growth of the Men's Movement and the spread of
information is the only hope that we have of reducing the horrors that are in
store for us.
The former is needed to reduce the number of aggrieved men as
per 3. above, and the latter is needed so that everyone's eyes can
be opened further to whatever might be happening; e.g. see AH's AH is Going to Build Himself a
There are not enough government employees to do this job for us
and, most definitely, we also cannot actually rely on many of them to do their jobs
properly in the first place.
And they know it!
(Remember the purple powder incident
in the House Of Commons - and 9/11?)
In other words, the number of
ordinary people on alert needs to be much, much greater than is currently the
Furthermore, in so very many ways,
western governments are actually increasing significantly the likelihood that disaffected men
will resort to terrorist type activities. And so western governments must be stopped from doing
Indeed, there is nowhere
on this Earth where the people can be happy if the men are not happy; and it is fast becoming supremely
dangerous for millions of men not to be happy.
Look at the above 8 points again.
Every one of them is true.
In summary: ...
Very powerful and very dangerous
technologies are being developed.
Thanks to the activities of
western governments, many millions of men are continually being
alienated and aggravated.