I wish to begin by sending a warm welcome and glad greetings to all who’ve begun monitoring or following this website. This is Glamis, calling to all of you, wherever you may be, hoping that you and yours are safe and well in this time of anxious unrest. It is my sincerest hope that I may convey some measure of comfort, though we are far from victory in either of our most recent endeavors.
Over the past several months, we’ve received many, many messages from our new audience, and this site has had hundreds of thousands of visitors. WGC staff now reads all comments posted to this blog and contrary to the way it may appear, none are ever deleted. Only those that we specifically approve for publication are visible to the general public but rest assured, if you have offered a comment, it is still there. Some that have been approved for publication have been responded to by members of my staff while others remain in queue and will be addressed in a more thoughtful post that I’ll be making soon. On behalf of my staff, I thank you for your thoughtful input.
My outreach planning has been significantly delayed by the onset of the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, which has occupied much of our resources. Along those lines, and in response to the many questions you have posted on the subject, I’d like to say a few things related to the pandemic:
1. This pandemic is real, it’s not a false flag. If you haven’t personally been affected, chances are someone you know has been. I lost family to the disease early on in the course of the pandemic, when Italy was hit very hard, so I know, somewhat first-hand how devastating this virus can be.
2. It won’t last forever. My personal belief is that by the end of August, the rate of new infections will have slowed to the point where it will be safe to travel by air and gather together again with loved ones. That’s not a prediction, just my strong feeling.
3. Based on our research, I believe the virus was inadvertently released from a lab in China into the population due to poor control protocols. Having done a pretty thorough investigation into the genetic origins of the virus, it appears to bear all the hallmarks of a naturally evolved virus and it does not appear to bear the hallmarks of an engineered, weaponized virus. Here’s the chilling truth: An intentionally-engineered virus would likely have killed a much larger segment of the world’s population because the attack/grasp and penetrate mechanism of this virus isn’t as effective as it might have been. The new virus is horrible and deadly, but not as deadly as others I have seen that were specifically designed for mass destruction. When I have this conversation with friends, colleagues and family, the first question that always arises is, “If this virus came from nature, why was it in a Chinese lab?” The answer is that many research centers have live viruses and other nasty things in their laboratories. Usually the purpose is to study various biological attack mechanisms and then try to design defence agents. If there’s any kind of silver lining, it may be that this pandemic, horrible as it is, will move us to develop a broad spectrum antiviral, which might save us from a potentially more lethal virus at some point in the future.
This is important to know because living with the ravages of this pandemic is bad enough without having to fear that someone, somewhere is intentionally targeting us. I know that due to the evil behaviour we’ve seen from so many of those in power, many of you are beyond trusting, and you’ve come to believe that every natural disaster, every illness and every tragedy is intentionally designed to target humanity. Indeed, some of the comments left on this site specifically accuse me of leading a worldwide conspiracy to destroy all that is good. I’ve seen enough evil in my life that I can empathize with those who no longer trust, so I won’t try to dissuade you. It’s ok if you don’t trust me, or the media or your elected officials. I sincerely ask you though, as a fellow sentient being, please do not lose hope. Please consider that there has always been a struggle between those who wish to control and harm and those who wish to live in peace, but today, more of us are aware that it’s a struggle.
Within the past hundred years we’ve seen the rise of totalitarianism in various forms, and though Hitler, Stalin and Pol Pot are gone, the struggle continues. But please consider this: The fact that some choose to fight against totalitarianism means that some have not been corrupted, and while there is struggle, there is hope.
Cities on Fire
Subsequent to our first encounters a few months ago, my staff promised to be as forthcoming as possible in responding to your queries, particularly within the context of current events and world governance. Indeed, in the wake of those earlier encounters, we’ve engaged in some brief, though I hope, meaningful dialogue.
In light of that promise, I’d like you to consider the civil unrest playing out in various places throughout the world, but particularly within the larger cities of the United States. The World Governing Council has been collecting intelligence on these activities through a variety of methods. We are specifically prohibited by our own chamber rules from taking any action within the United States, where such action might interfere with, or conflict with the rights established by the US Constitution. In another post I’ll provide more information regarding our relationship with the United States. For our purposes here, it’s sufficient to state that we are working with US authorities to track individuals believed to be involved in the financing of activities such as human trafficking and the funding of professional provocateurs. Here are a few questions to consider:
When you watch live coverage of protests, you will see that the majority of protestors are dressed in regular street clothes, no gas mask, no backpack. They are walking together with others who are similarly dressed. They may be chanting or carrying signs, but they appear to be regular people “from the neighborhood.” From our experience, which includes members of my staff who have attended many of these protests to observe the situation on the ground, people in this first group are hurting. They are frightened and they are sincerely asking for a change in police governance. They are grieving, and whether one agrees with all of their positions or not, we respect them as feeling, searching people and we hope they find comfort. On the other hand, you will also notice, especially after night falls, there are a few individuals dressed all in black with matching backpacks, armed with rocks or bricks, and sometimes even wearing gas masks. If you were to attempt to engage them in conversation, they respond with slogans and venom.
Why have we seen the same individuals from the second group in Seattle and Los Angeles on different days?
Why do people from the first group say to people from the second group, “You need to get out of here, you’re going to get us all killed!”
If the people from group 2 are traveling around the US as “professional insurgents,” who is paying for their airfare?
Why do pallets of bricks appear in front of businesses when the business owner didn’t order them? Who paid for the bricks and the delivery?
In the United States, whose interests are better served if the economy deteriorates even further?
In the spirit of transparency, I’d like to share with you the attached document, which was delivered by hand to the intended recipient on May 31.
Until the next time, may God be with you and protect you always.