SOYLENT GREEN: Science Fiction Script For Global Warming “Believers” 2


Companion article to this post:  NASA Documents Reveal “Climate Change” Caused By Covert Weather Weapons  — Little Known NASA Documents Reveal Mission of Military and Federal Agencies to Modify the Climate

Soylent Green is a 1973 science fiction film starring Charlton Heston as police investigator “Thorn” and Edward G. Robinson as “Sol”, his aging assistant and engineer by trade.

The year is 2022 and the world is ravaged by overpopulation, food shortages, depleted resources, poverty, dying oceans and a breakdown of society.   The presumed culprit is unregulated pollution and the accumulation of greenhouse gases from the “Industrial Age” of the 19th and 20th Centuries.

The Soylent Corporation introduces a “tastier”, high protein version of their food product called “Soylent Green” and the cracker becomes an instant success with New Yorkers.

But the plot thickens when detective Thorn investigates the murder of a wealthy businessman connected to the Soylent company to discover the protein in Soylent Green is secretly derived from human cadavers.

Book - Make Room Make RoomThe  film is based on a 1966 science fiction novel: “Make Room!, Make Room!”, by Harry Harrison.

If the concept for the novel that inspired Soylent Green preceded publication by four years, it would have inexplicably coincided with meteorologist, Harry Wexler’s geoengineering proposal to warm the arctic by releasing chemicals into the stratosphere.

It becomes a significant historical contradiction when a Sci-fi theme from 1964 is perpetuated into a UN and global carbon trading scheme by 2001 while the 100 years of scientific proposals by the US and Russia to warm the arctic and earth’s climate are mysteriously relegated to the memory hole.  Conspicuously bsent is a fact-based movie extolling the 100 years of geoengineering proposals that promised warmer winters and access to arctic shipping lanes.

Conspicuously absent is a fact-based movie extolling the 100 years of geoengineering proposals that promised warmer winters and access to arctic shipping lanes.

Curiosly, Wexler’s geoengineering proposals were made at the same time the National Academy of Sciences was working to create a national weather modification program – a direction in which the military had already embarked before 1958 when they discovered ionospheric heaters could influence the climate.

Twentieth Century propagandist, Edward Bernays used movies, literature, articles and the media to influence how societies perceived events as “good” or “bad”. This proved a powerful influence on social acceptance and behavior.  It’s no coincidence that Bernay’s contemporary was NAZI Germany’s Joseph Geobbels whose library contained many of Bernay’s works.

The psychological hooks of Soylent Green elevate the self-sacrifice of “going Green” and the sustainability of the so-called “Green economy”.

But there’s nothing really green about “Soylent Green”.

The counter-culture has responded to decades of green propaganda to fight back with terms like “green-scam” and “green-wash”.   Terms like these are used to defuse the contagious rapture of militant ideologues who demand that everyone kneel down at the alter of CO2 induced global warming – even while atmospheric heating has been scientifically measured to be mostly absent for the past 17 years.

Even though the hypothesis consistently fails to agree with the observations, the IPCC fear-mongers continue to double-down when media propaganda serves to report science fiction as real science.


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