Beet Foundation Newz

Optical Course Obstacle Strips - Week of 9-14-2020

Section: newz
Source: Jopa - Beet Foundation
Published: 2020-09-20
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This Week:
Nuremberg Laws
Australian Totalitarianism
Freedom Revival in the Heartland Rally
Southwestern US bird die off

Strip One. Nuremberg Laws

In the last months I have heard more talk about the Nuremberg Trials than ever in my life. Many think we are well overdue for a day when tyranny has consequences among our leadership. Without some kind of tar and feather penalty there is little to no incentive to stay honest in government, it shows like neon lighting these days in the USA.

The chances that we will have some 21st century version of the Nuremberg Trials is increasing by the day. One of the most important mandates coming from this era and the Nuremberg Laws is the fact that "just following orders" is not a valid defense against accusation of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Another important mandate from the laws is the clarification that human experimentation requires consent. We have clearly accepted these concepts as crucial to the definition of humane since the 1940s though both are still far too common of crimes small, large and sometimes even centralized corporate crime around the globe in the 21st Century with many in US political circles wearing the war criminal badge and sleeping at night feeling much safer than the families and sometimes whole cultures of their victims.

From John Prine - "That's How Every Empire Falls"
Padlock the door and board the windows, put the people in the street
"It's just my job," he says, "I'm sorry," and draws a check, goes home to eat
At night he tells his woman, "I know I hide behind the laws"
She says, "You're only taking orders", that's how every empire falls

American Historical Association - EM 11: What Shall Be Done with the War Criminals? (1944)

Wikipedia page on Superior Orders

John Prine - "That's How Every Empire Falls"

That's How Every Empire Falls (Marianne Faithfull)

Strip Two. Australian Totalitarianism

Australia is still leading the Western World in brutality and overstepping. Gaining lots of unwanted attention when they shook down farmers markets and placed heavy police presence and patrols on the farmers markets that they did not shake down brutalize and harass.

The message looks clear enough, farmers markets are being treated like criminals in Australia. From way over here in the USSA there is not much we can do or say other than to express our solidarity with the oppressed farmers in Australia and call out the brutality as what it is "terrorism". Remaining silent can only lead to one outcome in my opinion, this will come here soon enough, speak up for Australia if you care about this, don't wait until it is here.

Australian farmers market shake down among murmurs of rice shortage

Strip Three. Freedom Revival in the Heartland Rally

Kansas appears to have some health conscious folks that are not looking willing to follow the new abnormal corporate health agenda as the Freedom Revival in the Heartland Rally shows. These kind Kansans appear to be ready to lead the nation in groundbreaking new research and development of more sane solutions that even I (a dedicated naturalist) would be more likely to use.

Kansas Rally (live video)
48:00 Toby Rogers PHD speaks about safety
Part 2

Kansans for Health Freedom Site

Strip Four. Southwestern US bird die off

The Southwestern US has been having a daunting increase of dead migratory birds. Many attribute it to the wildfires and rightfully so as this would effect them. Though most solely blame the fires, there is plenty of reason to consider multiple causes.

Dr. Martha Desmond, a biology professor at New Mexico State University (NMSU), told The Guardian that the die-off, which was first detected in late August, is a "national tragedy."

"We’re kind of coming at them from all sides," Salas told The Guardian. "If we don’t do anything to protect their habitat we’re going to lose large numbers of the populations of several species." - Allison Salas

Though I am sure the chilling effect of recent censorship has stopped many from asking the obvious question regarding RF, I sure will. There is a long history of suspecting magnetic compass issues in birds with increasing RF frequency pollution. Read more on this in the nature and sciencemag articles linked below.

"Weak radio waves in the medium-wave band are sufficient to disrupt geomagnetic orientation in migratory birds, according to a particularly well-controlled study. But the underlying biophysics remains a puzzle."

NM Twitter thread with video, links, and some interesting discussion

News story out of Grand Junction covering SW Colorado (Sep 15)

Radio waves zap the biomagnetic compass (Nature May 2014)

Electronic Smog Disorients European Robins (May 2014)

Why are dead birds falling from the sky? (April 2020 w/lots of World wide reference cases listed)

As a side note on Saturday (the time of this writing) the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg was trending, the memes and spin had already started, good, bad and ugly jumping into the fray.