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18 December 2018


'Small Cabal' is running world, could avert climate change

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According to Paul Hellyer the US government, in cooperation with extraterrestrial forces, have developed new green sources of energy, but the small elitist group withholds it, trying to suck out the last profits from their fossil fuel assets.

Axar.az reports citing Sputnik.

Well, that’s something new. It turns out that climate change could have been averted long ago and fossil fuels are already history. There is one small problem – according to former Canadian Defense Minister Paul Hellyer, a small group of people is withholding crucial green technologies in order to gain maximum profit from their fuel assets. But the real cherry on top of this story is that those technologies were created nearly ten years ago in a collaboration between the US and extraterrestrials!

In his interview to the Lazarus Effect podcast, Hellyer also claimed that the “small cabal” (who are also often addressed as the Illuminati) is literally running our world the way they want. Well, if they can connect with extraterrestrial life forms and develop such advanced technologies, then they are probably capable of doing that. However, Hellyer believes that people can and should resist this group, by banding together and forcing those pesky Illuminati into the open. Easy!

It is not the first time the Canadian ex-minister is coming out with such extraordinary claims. He has often said that aliens have contacted various people on the Earth, warning them about the consequences of the humanity’s actions for the future of planet’s environment.

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2018.02.13 / 20:14
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