The subject we are addressing is most urgent. This beautiful Planet Earth, our one and only home, past, present and future, is being raped and desecrated, poisoned and polluted to the point where it will not be fit to live in, or on. For an intelligent, orderly people such as the White Race has been, it will not only be an unfit domicile, but it will soon be impossible to live here at all, and there is no place else to go. The multitude of factors that are destroying what is left of our habitat are all rapidly converging to produce one consummate catastrophe
-- the destruction of our natural environment, and with it, the demise of the human race -- especially the White Race. What are these factors that are closing in on us? They are manifold, but we can narrow them down to a few basics. They are:
a) Our rapidly exploding technology, created by the genius of the White Race itself, and now threatening to destroy us. Besides the doomsday threats of the atom bomb, the neutron bomb and the hydrogen bomb to end all life in a cataclysmic thunderclap we have a slower and an even more certain threat from the burgeoning chemical industries. If the hydrogen bomb doesn't get us, the chemicals that are increasingly proliferated into our air, water and soil will surely poison us, even if it takes a little longer.
(b) The second major factor that is helping push the environment into a planetary garbage dump is greed and the Jewish monetary system that feeds it. At the center of this financial monster is the Federal Reserve System, a worldwide gang of ruthless Jewish counterfeiters. This gang controls our money and controls the course of world events. But they do more than that. Through their sleazy business practices, their monopoly of propaganda and every other important factor in our lives, they have so corrupted the minds and lifestyle of the White Race itself to the point where the White Man has now wholeheartedly joined in with these bandits in the destruction of our environment, our civilization, and the White Race itself.
Since I have already thoroughly exposed the Federal Reserve in Creative Credo No. 40 of the WHITE MAN'S BIBLE (The Brutal Truth about Inflation and Financial Enslavement -- The Federal Reserve Board -- The Most Gigantic Counterfeiting Ring in the World), and also widely distributed our booklet of the same name, I will not review that subject again here. Suffice it to say that the greed and avarice of this vicious gang of Jewish counterfeiters is at the heart of the pollution problem, as it is, in fact, of practically all of the world's major problems.
(c) The third major factor is the insane obsession of the Jewish network as a whole to promote race mixing, especially miscegenation of the White Race with all the scum of the world, (while the Jews themselves remain intact and aloof from any such diabolical program). In the effectiveness of this program lies also the fate of the world's environment, and conversely, in the reversal of this Program lies the only hope of saving this Planet from becoming a poisonous garbage dump and a human pigsty.
The heart of the Creativity program is four dimensional: A Sound Mind in a Sound Body in a Sound Society in a Sound Environment. Since these four dimensions are all part of the whole and are indivisible, the whole subject of environment is, indeed, very germane to our religious philosophy. It is an extremely comprehensive subject and I will endeavor to project the position of The Church Of The Creator in five separate installments.
Part I Chemical Pollution and the Impossible Disposal Thereof.
Part II Radio-active Wastes.
Part III Poisons in our Drinking Water.
Part IV Pathological Pollution by means of Legal and Illegal Drugs.
Part V Genetic Pollution and Saving our Gene Pool.
There are several other kinds of pollution in modern times that are running rampant and to which we are increasingly subjected. Some of these are (a) noise pollution (b) radiation pollution by microwave and radio-active substances (c) religious pollution (d) mind pollution by propaganda, and (e) a number of other forms of destructive pollution.
Since this subject is too comprehensive to be treated in a limited dissertation such as this periodical I will confine this basically to the five segments mentioned earlier. Even these will be of limited scope and will concentrate on (a) arousing awareness of the threat and (b) what we of The CHURCH OF THE CREATOR can and must do about it.
PART I. CHEMICAL POISONS AND THE DISMAL FAILURE TO DISPOSE OF AN INCREASING OVERLOAD OF HAZARDOUS WASTE.
Increasingly, we have read of the crisis of hazardous waste in a number of seemingly isolated communities where the inhabitants woke up one morning and found that unbeknownst to them, their land, their streets, their water and their air was so polluted with toxic chemicals that they were being slowly but surely poisoned. Surprise! Surprise! Someone had stealthily been dumping tons and tons of poisonous wastes in the"backyard" of their community for years and now they were stuck with it. These poisons had now seeped into the ground water, into the aquifer, into their wells, and yes, had even been sprayed on the streets as a clever way to disguise and disperse these poisons. Now, too late, these unwary citizens had to make an agonizing decision: abandon their homes and life's savings and move "elsewhere," or suffer the slow death of toxic poisoning.
Although hundreds of such incidents preceded it, it was not until the major disasters of Love Canal in 1978 hit the front pages and temporarily pre- empted the evening news on TV that some people began to realize that we had a major pollution problem.
However, the Love Canal tragedy was only the tip of the iceberg. In that incident rain popped leaking drums out of the ground on a black tide of
long buried chemicals. High incidents of birth defects, cancer and other pathological diseases among the local citizenry also began popping up at alarming rates. It drove hundreds of families away from their homes in Love Canal, and permanently disabled or killed many of its former citizens. Protracted litigations and attempted clean-ups are still going on, and will continue to do so for years.
But let us look at a few other cases that are becoming more and more common.
Verna Courtemance is a former school teacher who lives at Swartz Creek, a country crossroads 60 miles northwest of Detroit. Her former neighbor, Charles Berlin and his partner opened a hazardous waste incinerator in 1972 next door to Verna's home. The incinerator, often overloaded, smothered the countryside in acrid smoke so dark and dense that firemen on the horizon would take it for blazing houses and race over. The corrosive murk turned convertible car tops into literal rag tops. It reddened children's faces with rashes and swelled eyes shut.
Verna and friends harried state officials by telephone, rally and letter for four years before Berlin's smudge pot was shut down permanently. Did Berlin ever indemnify his neighbors for the massive damage be had caused? No. In 1980 he declared bankruptcy, abandoned the cite, and left someone else to clean up the mess and carry the burden.
During the next three years investigators unearthed behind his incinerator five storage tanks and the first of 33,000 drums. They were bursting with waste that Berlin had been forbidden to burn, yet still allowed to haul - from chemical plants, auto factories, steel mills, refineries, railroads.
Verna and her neighbors led a decade long fight to finally get a federal and state cleanup underway. In the meantime, citizens living near the incinerator and its accompanying foul, poisonous lagoons saw their homes become worthless and their health severely impaired.
Now, with a (partial) cleanup underway, 50 trucks a day rumbled past Verna's house for weeks last summer ferrying contaminated soil from a nearby field to a landfill in Ohio. To purge the held of toxic metals, used motor oil, drug and dye by-products and other industrial wastes, backhoes and bulldozers have scooped and scraped up 120,000 tons of earth. But that is only the beginning.
Will it ever be cleaned up? No, not likely, at least, not in the present generation, and it certainly will never be restored to its former condition. And what about the "landfill" in Ohio to which this mess of poisonous garbage is being hauled? Well, it too, will be an eyesore and a health hazard in short order, and remain such until the local people there wake up and find they have been sandbagged. All the cleanup really has done is reshuffle the poisons from one place it was not wanted to another place that nobody wants it either, but had not organized its opposition (as yet).
Michigan and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have so far spent six million dollars at Swartz Creek, and some of the 200 firms whose waste was dumped there have pledged 14 million dollars more. Many tons of tainted soil remain, leaching toxic contaminants into local aquifers with every rain. To just so much as map groundwater pollution will take many years, and while it is being mapped it will be further spreading. Eliminating it, if such is ever possible, will take decades. How to eliminate it, nobody really knows.
As the cleanup at Swartz Creek progressed, find followed find. In the poisonous stew of one holding pond, one million gallons of oily muck was laced with polychlorinated biphenyls -- PCBs. Until their U.S. production was halted in the late 1970's PCBs were used extensively in hydraulic fluid, in coolants for electric transformers, and in the manufacture of plastics. It now has become a universal and persistent waste -- one that accumulates in fish and causes animal cancers.
In another nearby pond, it was believed that drums of hydrochloric acid and barrels of cyanide (that's the stuff they mix in gas chambers to execute criminals) lurked like mines, needing only a blow for their chemicals to leak, mix and form clouds of deadly cyanide gas.When the pond was safely dredged in 1983, Verna and 165 other evacuees cheered. However, they were premature in their optimism. It was really only a reprieve.
"We're prisoners," Verna said. "We are afraid to drink from our wells, and out of town friends shy from visits. My sister-in-law won't take gifts of my raspberry jam any more."
Are Swartz Creek and Love Canal isolated cases? Far from it. I cite them merely to drive home the devastating and far-reaching ramifications only one dump site can create for the adjoining countryside. For example, near Seymour, Indiana, a 13 acre disposal site was the dumping ground for close to 400 companies. Before a (partial) cleanup was begun in December of 1982, it was found that 50,000 barrels of chemicals clogged the 13 acre site. Placed in these leaking drums were such toxic wastes as cyanide, arsenic, PCBs, toxic metals, solvents, naphthalene, and 200 pounds of explosive material, enough to blow the whole 13 acre mess sky high and spread it all over the countryside.
Chemical Waste Management, the world's largest private hazardous waste disposal firm, started a cleanup in December of 1982. Under threat of suit, 24 (of 400) of the polluting companies have so far put up 7.8 million dollars to finance the surface clean up. Other firms have agreed to contribute another 5.5 million to purge pollutants from ground water and subsoil. Will they succeed? Again. not likely. These sums are only a drop in the bucket to (partially) help alleviate the harm that has been done. That damage, however, is permanent and pervasive and no amount of money can ever reverse the process.
Another case in hand is TIMES BEACH, M1aaonri, which has been so contaminated that it was unfit for human habitation. In 1983 EPA bought the whole town (with taxpayers' money) for 33 million dollars and made arrangements to relocate its 2200 residents. The culprit in this case was 2, 3, 7, 8-TCDD, one of a class of the most highly toxic organic chemicals called dioxins.
Ten years earlier the town's roads had been sprayed with oil to control dust. Treacherously laced into the oil (and unbeknownst to the townspeople) was an abundant dose of these same dioxins that some company wanted to surreptitiously unload. Soil tests in TIMES BEACH showed that dioxin levels were as high as 1100 times the level considered acceptable. Now TIMES BEACH is a ghost town, but that isn't the whole story. The health, psychological and financial damage done to its 2200 former residents will never be undone, not to mention the devastating and permanent environmental damage to the town site itself.
Are these isolated exceptions? Not by a polluted country mile. Partially as a result of the LOVE CANAL publicity, EPA in 1983 grudgingly
started using some of its 1.6 billion dollar SUPERFUND set up in 1980 to clean up the most dangerous of the hazardous waste dumps.
How many such dangerous dump sites are there? TIMES BEACH, which we have just described, is only one of forty such sites in the state of Missouri alone that is under investigation by the EPA. The 40 sites are under investigation mainly for dioxin contamination (thousands of other toxic chemicals also proliferate the landscape). Even extremely small doses of dioxin can cause miscarriages, birth defects, liver damage or
death in laboratory animals. To guinea pigs, for example, it is 200 times as deadly as strychnine. Does that give you an idea of the magnitude of the poisonous threat that has been spread over the landscape?
But let us expand from dioxin and the state of Missouri. Just how big is the hazardous waste pileup on the national scale?
The NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST of the EPA continues to grow as states other than Missouri scramble to locate dangerous sites within their borders. At stake are billions of dollars of federal cleanup funds. By October of 1984 the EPA had designated or proposed 786 waste sites for the list. The agency estimates that the list may eventually contain at least 2500 emergency sites, but there are at least 16,000 known hazardous waste sites in the United States, all of which, sooner or later, are a potential time bomb. Imagine 16,000 SWARTZ CREEKS, or TIMES BEACHES, or LOVE CANALS, spread across the country polluting the land, air and water -- poisoning its residents, killing its wildlife!
But they merely reflect PAST criminal negligence. Where is the increasing garbage of the future going to end up? No one knows the true sum of our toxic wastes, but the 264 million metric tons regulated by EPA in 1981 would fill the New Orleans Superdome almost 1,500 times over. Since 1950 we have "disposed" of possibly six billion tons in, or on, the land, into our water, or into the air -- steadily increasing our potential exposure to dangerous toxic chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects, miscarriages, nervous disorders, blood diseases, and damage to liver, kidneys and our genes.
But have we really disposed of these toxic chemicals or are they really still there, accumulating in ever larger piles and dumps, closing in on us, and threatening to turn the world into an uninhabitable garbage dump? Have we solved the problem? No, we have not. Is there a viable solution in the future?
Let us examine the ingenious methods that government and industry have devised to seemingly "dispose" of all these billions of tons of toxic poisons. Well, they are not really so ingenious at all. Basically they consist of dumping them somewhere that will be at least temporarily less objectionable -- until the surrounding territory itself, too, becomes intolerably polluted and/or until such dumps invariably run out of room.
Here are some of the most prominent "accepted" methods:
(a) Incinerators. Burn it and send the refuse into the atmosphere. This does compact the waste and somewhat reduce its volume. It is not feasible, however, to do so with our most dangerous wastes, such as toxic chemicals from petroleum refineries, chemical plants, andmanufacturing plants.
(b) Landfills. It costs $50 to $800 per ton to incinerate wastes, therefore most companies view it as a too costly means of disposing of their toxic castoffs, three times as much as it costs to bury it. As a result less than 1 per cent is cremated, and the cheaper landfill is the first choice of most companies.
But landfills, as we have seen from the experiences at Love Canal, Swartz Creek and Times Beach are not a "disposal" at all. They are merely a ticking bomb, accumulating to levels of intolerable pollution at the site and the surrounding environment. They pollute the soil, intrude into the aquifers and the ground water and soon poison the soil.
Nor is the attempted "cleanup" program any solution. It is merely trying to redress an already overloaded area into another area where it is also not wanted. Nor does it solve the mountains of future accumulations that are staring us in the face, year after year.
(c) Running waste into sewage "treatment" plants, then running it into our rivers, lakes or the oceans. This too, is a stopgap measure and largely ineffective in the long run. Practically all our rivers and lakes are now over polluted. Lake Erie, as well as any number of smaller lakes, are now "dead" lakes so polluted no marine life can any longer live in it, and many of our rivers have become open sewers. (However, sewage treatment plants are not the only cause of this. The run off from farmlands plied with man-made chemical fertilizers, herbicides and insecticides are also a major factor. But that is another story.)
(d) Another "ingenious" method is to pump the really bad stuff down deep injection wells, to be imprisoned between layers of "impermeable" rock. At least, that is the theory. At least 60 per cent of all toxic waste in the United States is disposed of in this manner. For example, near Corpus Christi Bay, one such well, located amid numerous oil wells, swallows 61/2 million gallons of caustic liquids a month from nearby refineries. It is shot down a mile underground through layers of dense clay to the sands of an ancient sea.
What happens to it then? Well, it spreads out, as it invariably has to if it is to absorb 61/2 million gallons a month. Will it spread to the nearby oil wells and come back up in the form of brine and oil? Undoubtedly. Where else can it go?
(e) Some European countries compress their wastes into compact packages and dump them far out to sea. A dirty and irresponsible method that among others is rapidly polluting the greatest resource and expanse of our planet, the oceans themselves. They, too, are limited in the abuse they can take.
(f) Some send incinerator ships out on the ocean to burn the refuse, thereby avoiding local pollution of the air, but nevertheless adding it to the earth's already over polluted atmosphere.
(g) Some industries sell their poisonous wastes to gullible government agencies on the basis that they will help promote health. An excellent
example is the aluminum industry who for years had thousands of tons of excess fluoride on their hands as a by-product in the manufacture of
aluminum. Then some bright exec came up with the idea of selling it to the thousands of water treatment plants across the country, as an aid to prevent tooth decay.
The fact is fluoride in its inorganic form (the form to which it comes to the water companies) is one of the most deadly poisons known, and has the added danger of staying in the bones of those who ingest it for years. It is a major ingredient in rat poison. Whereas some fluoride
COMPOUNDS that are organic (parts of plants, living food) are compatible to the human body, inorganic fluoride, is and will forever remain highly poisonous.
Nor do even minute quantities of INORGANIC fluoride help anybody's teeth. It will, however, cause pitting of the enamel, and mottling the color of the teeth.
(h) Many backward countries (like Mexico) simply run a sewer line a mile or so out in the ocean and run all of their sewage, raw and untreated, directly into the ocean. Some U.S. cities on the coastline also once indulged in this dirty practice.
(I) Millions of tons of waste go up the tall smoke stacks of smelters, refineries and power plants to disperse into an already over polluted atmosphere. Add to this the emissions from millions of cars, trucks, diesel locomotives, airplanes and steamships, and you have a floating garbage dump hovering overhead. As a result, we have acid rain, polluted air and an ever increasing accumulation of CO2 in the atmosphere that in the long run is creating a "greenhouse" effect, the inevitable result of which will be disastrous to the climate and environment of this planet earth.
(j) There are a number of other nasty little tricks, such as spraying highly toxic chemicals on regular garbage and letting the garbage man pick it up along with the rest of the garbage. Or some smaller chemical companies have been caught running highly toxic chemicals into the city sewer lines through secretly drilled connections. And other dirty tricks.
So far we have been talking mostly about the United States, a highly industrialized country. What does the rest of the world do with its hazardous wastes? Does the rest of the world fare any better?
Well, hardly. There are any number of other countries such as England, Germany, France, Italy and Japan that are also highly industrialized and whose cramped territory and dense population in comparison make the United States look like a wide open frontier, and their problems are even worse, much worse. We don't have the time and space here to examine them in detail, although from CREATIVITY'S point of view, we always think in terms of the whole planet in all our future projections for the White Race. We are intensely concerned about what happens in Germany, or in Japan, or in Africa, or in South America. The White Race of the future will either live or die, depending on what happens politically, economically, racially throughout the world, and at best it can only survive on a planet whose environment is still viable.
The environmental picture in the rest of the world is dismal, to say the least. To cite a few examples: The beautiful Black Forest of Bavaria is dying, in fact, half the forests of Germany are sick and dying from acid rain and atmospheric pollution. The beautiful Rhine River with its romantic castles has become an open sewer, a dead river. In fact, the same thing can be said about most of the major rivers of Europe. In Italy chaos reigns and it is an absolute basket case. Japan, highly industrialized, densely populated, and a small land area, has become so polluted that it has reached a state of crisis.
The fact is that our whole planet is now badly over polluted with no more "vacant sites" for waste dumps or any other nooks or crannies left to stuff the billions of tons of poisonous chemicals, industrial wastes or just plain garbage. Yet all these hazardous wastes keep spewing out in ever increasing amounts (1500 Superdomes full a year in the United States alone) with no place to go.
All this reminds me of a picture of a sign I saw in a magazine several years ago. Some enterprising nigger (or Jew) had put up a sign at the eastern tip of Long Island, saying "This is as far as yon can run, Whitey. This is the end of the line." And so it is with the pollution crisis -- this is the end of the line. We either change course drastically or the White Race will die of chemical poisoning in a polluted stem of its own mating.
Is there any solution at all in sight? None whatsoever, if we remain in the present Jewish controlled financial, political and cultural miasma in which we are now engulfed, and are slowly drowning. Neither the EPA, nor Congress, nor the president, nor the United States government, nor the United Nations will ever come to grips with the problem or even partially solve it. Why? Because none of these agencies will ever dare face the basic issue, which is racial. With the Jew in control, the mud races will continue their explosive expansion and the White Race will shrink and die. This world will become aplanet of utter chaos, overpopulated, over polluted, without direction, without leadership. Mass starvation, riots, revolution and chaos will be the order of the day.
But there is a solution and we CREATORS spell it out.
1. Only the White Race can solve both the food and the pollution problems, but only for itself.
2. Until the White Race gets the parasitic Jew off its back and gets control of its own affairs, its own destiny, none of the world's major (or minor) problems will be solved.
3. Only through uniting under the banner of a powerful, realistic racial religion such as CREATIVITY will the White Race ever be able to smash the Jewish monster and take charge of its own destiny.
4. Once it accomplishes Point 3, it still has an arduous task ahead of it -- cleaning up the racial, environmental and cultural garbage of the world.
5. The first step after Point 3, is to stop subsidizing the scum, parasites and freeloaders both at home and abroad. We have no obligation, moral or otherwise, to feed the Jews, niggers and mud races of the world. Once in charge, the White Race will cease this insanity and instead take care of its own people, its own survival.
6. The mud races will wither on the vine and the population of the world will subside to a level where this planet Earth can again sustain a healthy viable population, by means of ever renewable resources.
7. We estimate this population to be no more than one billion, perhaps less. But whatever it is, it is far, far better to have a clean. safe, uncrowded world of healthy White people, properly fed, housed, clothed and governed than the overcrowded, poisoned hell that is now staring us in the face.
8. Agriculture as a whole must abandon chemical aids to farming, a disastrous course it adopted wholesale only 30 years ago. This includes all chemical fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides. In the first place, they are only a temporary shot in the arm, like heroin to a junkie, and soon poison the soil as well as our food. Secondly, the White Man doesn't need to produce a super abundance of food if we Quit feeding the hordes of mud peoples, now numbering more than five billion. All we need to do is just take care of our own White Race.
We must go back to Organic farming, only do it scientifically - with more good sense and planning than we did before the "green revolution." Chemical farming is one of the major causes of polluting our streams, lakes, rivers and oceans. (See "A Sound Environment -- Getting back to Organic Farming and Living Soil. ", in C. C. No. 13 of The White Man's Bible.)
9. Remember, DuPont's favorite advertising slogan, "There is good chemistry between us," is a blatant lie. All man-made chemicals are poisons and are more or less toxic to the human body. Thousands of them, individually and/or collectively, are EXTREMELY toxic and dangerous. There are no good inorganic chemicals. Once the White Man is again in control of his affairs one of the first orders of business will be to start phasing out the chemical industry as it exists today, and eventually produce only organic and bio-degradable substances, or at least reduce them to a compatible absolute minimum.
Unless the White Race takes charge of its own destiny, none of the pressing problems of the world will ever be solved. Political Parties come and go. Religions endure.We Creators have no desire to either enslave or exploit the mud races. It is our deliberate goal for the White Race to inhabit this Planet Earth in its entirety.
Only Total Victory Can Save the White Race.
Founder Church of the Creator
Article taken from..........
Racial Loyalty # 26
July 12AC (1985)
THE CREATIVITY MOVEMENT