Monday, 2 November 2009

Goba Ma Khosi: The Final Solution

Goba Ma KhosiImagine a scenario where the west gradually became so poor it could not afford to keep ahead of competitors. There would not be the funding needed for projects that ensure the west stays ahead of its enemies. For example, gone would be the days when the west led the world in military technology, and with this would also be history gunboat diplomacy on which the west relies to get international policies forced through.

Simply put, the west, as a whole, would not be able to afford a superpower status. The vacuum would be filled by countries that have recently become wealthy, and these could easily be today's impoverished Third World.

Is this remotely possible? Yes it is, and the catalyst for this is, simply enough, loss of access to the resources that the west has come to depend on when, due to increasing populations, the Third World is propelled into a state where they can take control and start using them to their own benefit.

Such a scenario has long since haunted the west, and in answer to this real prospect, thinkers in western countries came up with The Final Solution, a plan to covertly cull the Third World. Initiated or championed by Henry Kissinger who authored NSSM 200, the plan was set in motion, and evidence of it can be gleaned in the Third World of today.

This book is the product of research into this matter. It is an attempt to join the dots by taking advantage of concrete evidence of this plot provided in The Flowchart, a document discovered by Boyd Graves, and abundantly available in what has become of the Third World today.

Preview and purchase the book here.