Social Engineering – Mind Control – Political Correctness


Cara St. Louis & Harald Kautz-Vella interviewed by Michael Friedrich Vogt.

How have we become willing participants in our own extinction, and why is it we don’t know how easy it is to stop it?

Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation is a no-excuses conversation about the social engineering of the twentieth century and how it led to our planet being terraformed almost without our knowledge and what we can do about it.

The side effects of global medical experimentation are devastating and fatal – unless we act … Morgellon’s Syndrome and the use of Sentient Oil, both of which are being understood deeply and handled.

In this interview with Michael Friedrich Vogt, Harald Kautz-Vella and Cara St.Louis discuss their joint effort to discuss the science behind the blatant chemical poisoning of humanity and the social engineering that has been used to make us beings, who will willingly accept this.

They also discuss in detail, how we make it all stop. This collaboration is now available in English and currently in translation for the German-speaking audiences.

Publikationen:
Cara St. Louis Farelly, The Sun Thief
http://www.amazon.com/Sun-Thief-Cara-…
Cara St. Louis Farelly & Harald Kautz-Vella, Die Sonnendiebe http://www.amazon.de/s/ref=a9_sc_1?rh…
Cara St.Louis & Harald Kautz-Vella, Dangerous Imagination, Silent Assimilation

Websites:
http://www.vortexcourage.me
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cara-S…
http://www.kautz-vella.de
http://www.timeloopsolution.de
http://kautz-vella.de/veroeffentlichungen.html

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