They called it
Project X. It was an unusually audacious, highly sensitive assignment:
to build a massive skyscraper, capable of withstanding an atomic blast,
in the middle of New York City. It would have no windows, 29 floors with
three basement levels, and enough food to last 1,500 people two weeks
in the event of a catastrophe.
But the building’s primary purpose would not be to protect humans
from toxic radiation amid nuclear war. Rather, the fortified skyscraper
would safeguard powerful computers, cables, and switchboards. It would
house one of the most important telecommunications hubs in the United
States — the world’s largest center for processing long-distance phone
calls, operated by the New York Telephone Company, a subsidiary of
The building was designed by the architectural firm John Carl
Warnecke & Associates, whose grand vision was to create a
communication nerve center like a “20th century fortress, with spears
and arrows replaced by protons and neutrons laying quiet siege to an
army of machines within.”
Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday Podcast. Tonight we look at the history of Dystopia memes and the underlying Malthusian theories behind them.
In the First Hour Host Frederick C. Blackburn will cover the recent chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission: establish a greater Israel ruled by Globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other countries to surrender their independent sovereignty.
The Second Hour of Blackbird9's Breakfast Club host Frederick C. Blackburn looks at the history of Malthusian Catastrophe Theory and how this flawed model of inevitable collapse of all civilizations into chaos and dystopia memes that saturated Western Civilization for decades has contributed to the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan of White Genocide and the demise of the large nuclear family unit. Also, how this intentional lowering of birth rates in White Countries has lead to the mass immigration programs of non-Whites.
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