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March 16, 2017 first draft
November 16, 2021 second draft
May 18, 2024 final
by Sherry Swiney


I kept setting this article aside, as though waiting for something.  On May 18, 2024 (today) this article continues with the added video with David E. Martin (posted at the end of this article).  Thank you Universe.


You would think by now that we would have noticed that any time governments promote a “War on Something”, we get more of that something.  Of course we fall for their clever shenanigans every time.  Governments are not capable of solving problems.  They are politicians, not problem-solvers.  This is one reason why every war on something has failed the people and benefitted the authoritarians.  And it is why these folks perform their magician acts that continue to keep the wool over our eyes.


Dystopian films about viruses have primed us for this latest corona-war.  So let’s call it a War on Death.  Naturally we are going to see more death than ever before, whether it has to do with a virus or not.  I came across this great article with the same title and it inspired me to work more on this article that I actually started on March 6, 2017, edited on April 19, 2020 then for some reason, set it aside until today.  Quoting a tiny bit from the article:


Yes, that’s right, global capitalism (a/k/a “the world”) is now at war with Death … which is great news for authoritarians!  No more bothersome critical thinking.  The time for questioning our leaders is over.  It’s time to shut up and follow orders.  We’re in a global state of emergency, folks!  We’re talking lockdowns, soldiers in the streets, abrogation of our constitutional rights, arbitrary arrests, indefinite detentions, round-the-clock media fear-propaganda … the whole totalitarian megillah!



There are already eight previously failed Wars on Things listed below.  I am looking forward to rapping up the end of the current war – you know, the War on Death.  If this war goes like all the rest there will be tons of money spent or disappeared, lots of death and other mayhem, and in the end the creators of this war will fail once again.  You can see how the authoritarians planned this war in this Rockefeller document dated 2010:




“We now invite you to immerse yourself in each future world and consider four different visions for the evolution of technology and international development to 2030” (Pg. 16 in the Rockefeller document further described on page 18 below, but do open the document and take a look at page 17.)




You see, these guys have a playbook they like to follow in an effort to inch-their-way into world dominance.  They don’t care what it costs or how many die.  In fact they think there are too many people on the planet, so eliminating a few billion people is good news for them.  IF that is ever accomplished, I’m sure these guys will war against each other vying for the top seat at the podium.  That will be interesting to watch from wherever we are at the time.


In each case you will notice that throwing money and more laws at a problem is not the answer.  This is because tossing money at something is almost always just a band aid and never a real solution.  It gives the appearance of something being done at the expense of everyone.  I remember a lawyer telling me long ago (era 1990’s) that as long as there is an appearance of justice, that’s all that matters.  I realized then, that this saying applied to everything involving governments in our world, and the best I could do was try to inform people.  So, together we could make things right, true, proper, fair, and all those nice words.


But you know what?  People are usually not willing to listen when they hear information that is contrary to what they have believed since they were born.  They’d rather attack the messenger because that makes them feel better and more secure with the lies they live with every day.


So we end up with way too many regulations, many of which are unconstitutional that are put into place without the public’s knowledge or input.  Many of the problems we see in society were created by government in the first place.  You’ve no doubt heard of Problem-Reaction-Solution where the government creates a problem, then uses propaganda to promote the public’s reaction and then “saves the day” by introducing a solution that ends up placing the public in worse shape, with less freedom than before the problem was invented.  I wish people would stop falling for that rubbish.


I do hope all the County Sheriffs around the country know they have the power to stop the federal government from going all “police state” in their county.  If not, maybe you should let them know about Sheriff Scott Nichols in Franklin County, Maine who defied the Governor, saying “We will NOT be setting up a police state.  Period.”  That was a great moment.


In fact, according to the U.S. Constitution, confirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court (Printz v. United States, (95-1478), 521 U.S. 898 (1997)), the Sheriff has more power in His county than the President of the United States, in U.S. Supreme Court ~ Quashes Deep State’s Claim To “Supremacy Clause”.




The cure to any problem is NOT done by trying to control the consequences or symptoms.  The cure to any problem IS done by fixing the root cause.  This requires honesty.



1.  War on drugs:  In June 1971, President Richard Nixon declared a “war on drugs.


Billions were spent in the name of conducting this war.  Meanwhile, the notorious cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar worked closely with the CIA, according to his son.  There is a long history of CIA involvement in the international narcotics trade, beginning with its collaboration with the French Mafia to using drug money to illegally fund the Contras and overthrow the Sandinista government in Nicaragua.  Drug profits were used to float Wall Street and the role big banks play in laundering huge amounts of illicit drug profits.


The result?  More drugs available; more prisons built; more people imprisoned; more laws; more police; the prison industrial complex (PIC) was created.  It thrived and the more people suffered.


The war on drugs failed. The war on drugs has already cost U.S. taxpayers more than $1 trillion and our nation’s jails, prisons and hospitals now overflow with the ranks of its combatants and victims.  There are more drugs than ever dreamed of in 1971 when President Nixon first declared this war.


What is the Root cause?  There are many reasons people take drugs.  These are primarily centered on physical or emotional pain and curiosity.  Drug companies and therapists push drugs endlessly without considering the root cause.  So it’s a mixed bag but the bottom line is this: governments have no business in regulating what a person puts into their body.  It can regulate things like “Don’t drink/take drugs while driving, flying,” and so forth, and that’s it.  Employers can regulate the same for work but again, that’s it.  These regulations are useful to prevent a user to hurt someone else.  However even this could be prevented if as young children users were taught to take responsibility for their actions in life.


2.  War on insects:  The insecticide DDT was discovered in 1939.  It killed insects that damaged crops, caused diseases, and annoyed home owners.  The war on insects was on.


GMO’s were on the market by the 1990’s.


The result?  Pesticides leeched into the food and water supply; insects developed resistance; stronger pesticides were needed; people started getting cancer; pollinating insects, such as bees, died off; wild life died off.  The effect for farmers with genetically modified plants was limited to a few seasons requiring stronger pesticides.  People started having digestion problems and immune deficiencies.


The war on insects failed.  The war on insects has been a disaster: lower yields, resistant insects which means, more pesticides, and reduced profits.  Biotech Agriculture Failed to Increase Crop Yields, but Increased Use of Herbicide


What is the Root cause?  The root cause is easier to identify than drug usage.  As demonstrated above, improper farming practices are not sustainable.  Using a range of sustainable agriculture technologies and companion planting – none of which involved GMOs – farmers have achieved yield increases of 50-100% for rain-fed agriculture, and 5-10% for irrigated crops.  Still, the big chemical companies push hard to get their GMO crops thought of as “feeding the world” when it does the exact opposite. GMOs and their companion pesticides destroy the world, from soil to water to beneficial insects, to animals and humans.


3.  War on crime:  “Tough on crime” rhetoric became prominent in the 1960s, exploited by politicians and cheered by voters, often with thinly veiled racial or other social slurs.  In March 1966 President Lyndon Johnson addressed the nation declaring a “war on crime”.  Billions were spent in the name of conducting this war.


The result?  More law enforcement; more prisons built; national crime rate continued to climb; innocent people were imprisoned without due process of law; more laws were enacted; the United States prisons became home to 25 percent of the world’s prisoners.


The war on crime failed.  Along with the war on drugs, it resulted in mandatory sentencing, zero tolerance and “three strikes” policies that swelled the prison population.  At the same time court systems were swamped with cases, increasing the incentive for plea bargains and with that the disproportionate power of prosecutors.  Budgets were exhausted by the cost of incarceration, often leading to cuts in programs for the rehabilitation and education of prisoners.


What is the Root cause?  Like drug use the root cause has many facets, from home life abuse, to poverty, to discrimination which is something that has to be taught to youngsters.  Kids don’t grow up thinking one day I want to spend time I prison.  So this root cause is a societal issue.


4.  War on hunger:  In November of 1974, the World Food Conference declared a “war on hunger”


Billions were spent on this cause.


Throughout history, portions of the world’s population have experienced hunger.  Food supply disruptions caused by war, plagues, or adverse weather are attributed to the cause.


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The result?  More organizations were created; more policies were created; more studies were conducted; genetically modified foods were created, and more people suffered and died.



The war on hunger failed:



What is the Root cause?


Without wars, criminals stealing food, GMO foods, and leaders who have no idea how farming and nature work, there would be no food crisis anywhere.


5.  War on terror:  In September 2001, President George W. Bush declared a “war on terror.”


Trillions were spent in the name of conducting this war.


The result?  More terrorists were born; more terrorist attacks happened; more people were killed or maimed; more homelessness and more starvation created.  The military industrial complex (MIC) thrived and the more people suffered and died.


The war on terror failed.


What is the Root cause?


Lies, more lies; scamming the public to believe a scenario that was not true.  None of it was necessary.


6.  War on diseases:  The history of pharmaceutical cartel and subsequent illegalization of natural medicine that had been effective for thousands of years goes back to around 1911 with the Rockefeller family.


The result?  Pharmaceutical manufacturing became concentrated, with a few large companies holding a dominant position throughout the world; health care became political and a major investment business; the medical establishment became a major threat to health; health-denying medicine became mandatory; more people suffered and died.




The war on diseases failed.


What is the Root cause?


First of all, one size has never fit all and never will.  Chemical remedies are not the only remedy available.  Natural remedies often work far better.  Prevention is the best medicine, but no one teaches us about that in school.


7.  War on poverty:  In January 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a “war on poverty.”  The national poverty rate was approximately nineteen percent.


Trillions were spent on anti-poverty programs.


The result?  More government agencies and more research institutions were created; more welfare programs happened; people became less capable of self-sufficiency; more people suffered and died.


The war on poverty failed.


What is the Root cause?


Nature is abundant everywhere, except where humans have destroyed that abundance to horde for themselves.  Else, there would be no poverty on Earth.


8.  War on population growth:  In 1968 when world population was 3.5 billion, Paul Ralph Ehrlich, an American biologist, published “The Population Bomb”, sounding an alarm about the consequences of population growth and limited resources.  Zero population growth was in Vogue.


Millions were spent promoting zero population growth.


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The result?  More worldwide organizations were formed; more studies were done; new policies created: planned-parenthood; replacement fertility; population control, mass sterilization agents; right to abortion; sex education expanded.


The war on population growth failed.


What is the Root cause?


As usual, there’s no single cause.  It’s a combination of all the above.  Lack of honest education, also contributes to people being scared of authority.  They believe authority actually has authority over them.  Once people wake up to the idea that our Creator did not give us a spirit of fear and worthlessness, then the entire picture will change.  Life on Earth will be much better for everyone.


My big question is: Shall we continue with the current War on Death when we see only more death all around us at the hands of authorities, i.e., criminals?  If so, then turn out the lights and go back to sleep for you are one of the tiny dots.  Tiny Dot – posted 13 years ago (6:48 minutes)


If not, then what are your options?  It is something to think about and discuss among you.


Meanwhile, here is the video with David Martin mentioned in the opening statement of this article:


Joining me today is Dr. David Martin, a scientist and inventor who has been an outspoken voice on COVID-19 and vaccines, holding Big Pharma and the WHO to account. If you want an interview that exposes the elites, their plans for the future, and how the world truly works, then watch this in full! We touch on many topics, but to name a few, we spoke about how the elites want genetically modified humans, house arrest for the non-compliant, and how the pandemic was just a test for what’s next to come. All of this and more!

Namaste & Love to all,


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Sherry researches quantum physics related to spiritual development and physical well-being.  She studies archaeology, organic gardening, natural healing, paranormal and other unusual topics.  She co-authored “An Amazing Journey into the Psychotic Mind – Breaking the Spell of the Ivory Tower”, now available in English, German, French, and Spanish.