Maurice Strong/Rothschild/Rockefeller “4th World Wilderness Congress” In Denver, CO (1987) & The Second Most Powerful Bank You’ve Never Heard Of (Corbett Report)

GEF: The (Second) Most Important Bank You’ve Never Heard Of Corbett Report Dec 3, 2020 This editorial first appeared on The Corbett Report in 2016. It is being republished here in light of recent news that makes this story relevant again. by James Corbett corbettreport.com April 17, 2016 What is the most important bank the public has never heard of? My fine audience excepted, not one in a hundred people could name the Bank for International Settlements as the culprit, and fewer still could describe the BIS’ role as “the apex of the system” of world financial control (as Carroll Quigley so memorably put it). But what about the second Read More …

Crestone/Baca “Group Dynamics”

Appendix I. Crestone/Baca “Group Dynamics” Dr. Eric Karlstrom, Professor of Geography (April 4, 2008) There are now three groups in our Crestone/Baca community working specifically on the issue of Lexam’s proposed drilling for oil/gas on the Baca National Wildlife Refuge (BNWR). Water Watch Alliance (WWA) began in August, 2006 and is the group that emphasizes that the San Luis Valley needs to be preserved as a “NO-GO” (no gas and oil) Zone. The San Luis Valley Water Protection Coalition (WPC), formed as a subsidiary of Chris Canaly’s San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council (SLVEC) in the summer of 2007, is directed by Ceal Smith, a former high school teacher from Tucson Read More …

Rio Grande Basin and San Luis Valley Aquifer

Whiskey’s for drinking and water’s for fighting about. Mark Twain Figure 1. Location of Rio Grande River and Rio Grande drainage basin. The Rio Grande River and Rio Grande Basin The Rio Grande River heads up in the eastern San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado and flows nearly 2000 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. It is the second longest river in the U.S. and for 2/3 of its length it forms the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico(from El Paso, Texas/Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to the Gulf of Mexico at Brownsville, Texas). Since its waters are utilized by three states and Mexico, the Rio Grande is considered an interstate and Read More …

Rio Grande Basin and San Luis Valley Aquifer

Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Professor of Geography, California State University, Stanilaus, 2008 Whiskey’s for drinking and water’s for fighting about. Mark Twain Figure 1. Location of Rio Grande River and Rio Grande drainage basin. The Rio Grande River and Rio Grande Basin The Rio Grande River heads up in the eastern San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado and flows nearly 2000 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. It is the second longest river in the U.S. and for 2/3 of its length it forms the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico (from El Paso, Texas/Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to the Gulf of Mexico at Brownsville, Texas). Since its waters are utilized Read More …

Is Dr. Eric Karlstrom Watchlisted, Targeted, Tortured, & Gangstalked Due to His Scientific-Environmental-Political Activism? Some Relevant Articles, Letters, Presentations, Notes, Etc. (2006-2013)

Toto Enterprises, Inc. (Websites of Professor Eric T. Karlstrom) Gangstalking (aka Counterintelligence, Community-Based, & Contract Stalking; Counterterrorism; COINTELPRO Torture; State-Sponsored Domestic Terrorism; Man-Hunting Business; Human Trafficking; Non-consensual Biomedical Experimentation), Mind Control, And Cults Natural Climate Change Introduction The Treasonous War Against Freedom and G5 (Global Government Gangstalking Genocide GESTAPO) Welcome to San Luis Valley Water Watch https://erickarlstrom.com The Lifeline Project Gerald Massey: “They must find it difficult. Those who have taken authority as the truth, rather than truth as the authority.” Webmaster’s Introduction: I recently received the following email from a lawyer and TI after sending him links to my websites. In order to “test” Mr. Bean’s hypothesis that I Read More …

UN New Age Cult Theocracy & CIA MKULTRA Mind Control In Crestone/Baca (emails of bewildered locals in 2012-13)

Epigraph Quote: Crestone is the Petri Dish of Cults being used as ‘thought reform’ in a little town, probably with the approval of the same people that brought us MKUltra. They learned they don’t need drugs; they have the Lamas, who are now a front for “peace” and ‘social harmony” (it’s really working well in Crestone, isn’t it?). With cult Hindu/Buddhist/New Age groups, how it works is that they take over a whole group of people and make them passive, non-participating citizens. It would take every sane citizen in Crestone to rise up and fight that “Spiritual Alliance.” That is probably never going to happen. This is a global movement Read More …

New Federal Energy “Corridors:” Just What Are They?

Dr. Eric Karlstrom, Professor of Geography Our federal energy policy is really a large trough arranged by the hogs for their convenience. Amory Lovins, Colorado energy expert, Mother Jones, 2008 We need an energy bill that encourages consumption. President George W. Bush, 2002 Introduction: 2005 Energy Policy Act Mandates New Energy Corridors Energy, including electrical energy, is essential for civilization as we know it. Today, America gets some 54% of its electricity from coal power plants and another 22% from natural gas power plants. With the possible exceptions of the production and distribution of food and water, no human activity has a greater impact upon the environment, the economy, and Read More …

Alan Watt on Long-Term “Plan” & Global Government “Matrix,” Maurice Strong, UN Global Privatization of Water Resources, and UN Agenda 21 (2007 & 2009 interview)

I. Alan Watt on the Long-Term “Plan,” Global Government “Matrix” and UN Agenda 21 (TruthQuest With Melodee, Oct. 30, 2007 interview) Webmaster Comment: This two-part 2007 interview with Alan Watt is a brilliant summary of the “big picture” behind Operation Crestone/Baca and Maurice Strong’s “water-play” in the San Luis Valley. I have re-listened to this interview on June 3, 2021. This is and excellent summation of what is going on. This is one of the best, most insightful interviews I have heard, let alone participated in, ever. And it touches on most of the most important topics we are confronted with today. Alan Watt died on March 4, 2021, but Read More …

Water Watch Alliance

August 20, 2008 Figure 1. Baca National Wildlife Refuge (BNWR) Wetlands and Sangre de Cristo Mountains Figure 2. San Luis Valley and proposed Lexam drill area on BNWR (red rectangle in upper right). The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is to immediate right of BNWR. I have always told people that the San Luis Valley is more than a home to me. It is a spiritual place unlike any other on earth. Senator Ken Salazar, Colorado WATER WATCH ALLIANCE (WWA) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF VOLUNTEERS DEDICATED TO PROTECTING THE WATER AND ENVIRONMENT OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND PRISTINE SAN LUIS VALLEY OF SOUTHERN COLORADO FROM REMOVAL AND CONTAMINATION Read More …