Press release”At the Breaking Point of History”

U.S. INDIFFERENT TO HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION AND BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WEAPONS New Book Points To A Monstrous Agenda WALTERVILLE, OR, SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 – “At the Breaking Point of History: How Decades of U.S. Duplicity Enabled the Pandemic” by Janet Phelan details the US government’s indifference to the welfare of individuals and to its legal obligations under national and international accords prohibiting human experimentation and biological and chemical weapons. (The book is available at Trine Day and elsewhere.) From lead pipes in Flint, Michigan to a duplicitous water commission in Medford, Oregon to a secret psychiatric ward at UCLA to the elegant halls of the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, “Breaking Point” reveals deceitful machinations executed at the highest and lowest levels of power. Ms. Phelan recently said, “We are embroiled in a pandemic which has collapsed economies, caused death by starvation, and has resulted in severe new restrictions on civil rights in the US and elsewhere. Yet many medical professionals and researchers are questioning the genesis of Covid-19. Was it bio engineered? Was it deliberately released? They’re also questioning the numbers alleged to have died from it, pointing to… Read More

When a Family Matter Turns Into a Business

By Robin Fields, Evelyn Larrubia and Jack Leonard Nov. 13, 2005 12 AM PT Times Staff Writers Helen Jones sits in a wheelchair, surrounded by strangers who control her life. She is not allowed to answer the telephone. Her mail is screened. She cannot spend her own money. A child of the Depression, Jones, 87, worked hard for decades, driving rivets into World War II fighter planes, making neckties, threading bristles into nail-polish brushes. She saved obsessively, putting away $560,000 for her old age. Her life changed three years ago, when a woman named Melodie Scott told a court in San Bernardino that Jones was unable to manage for herself. Without asking Jones, a judge made Scott — someone she had never met — her legal guardian. Scott is a professional conservator. It was her responsibility to protect Jones and conserve her nest egg. So far, Scott has spent at least $200,000 of it. The money has gone to pay Scott’s fees, fill Jones’ house with new appliances she did not want and hire attendants to supervise her around the clock, among other expenses. Once Jones grasped what was happening,… Read More