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NZ University Student Launches 'NWO Investigation' of Ken Adachi
April 4, 2008

NZ University Student Launches 'NWO Investigation' of Ken Adachi (April 4, 2008)

Subject: NWO investigation.
Date: Fri, April 4, 2008 7:12 pm
To: Editor


I have read you on-line article on the NWO. I am still currently investigating this idea, and appreciate your article, although I must admit some of the content would be very, very hard to believe even for the very most open-minded person (myself included)

I just want to point out one inaccuracy that I know of:

"The leaders of all major industrial countries like the United States, England, Germany, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, etc. (E.g. members of the "G7/G8" ) are active and fully cooperative participants in this conspiracy."

The factual inaccuracy here is that Italy, Australia and New Zealand are not members of the G7/G8

I am a New Zealand resident, and am quite sure that we are far removed from the powers that influence the world and as such, sinister agendas. I would very much doubt that politicians of New Zealand would be part of the alleged NWO, I find that very, very hard to beleive. As such, I would hope you could provide some factual evidence of the above claim.

Furthermore, I have now read your article on global warming;

I am a university student studying environmental studies in New Zealand. The professors here at my university are adamant through independent research that global warming is being influence by human activity. Humans are influencing the cyclical fluctuations of the earths climate.

The professors at my university are not under the influence of any sinister political agenda. They are not part of the NWO. They are working in humanities best interests to reveal the truth.

Why would they lie?

I beleive that these claims about global warming are risking the entire credibility of most of your other arguments.

Again, you article on 'peak oil' Are you trying to convince your audience that the world has an endless supply of oil? This is ludicious. Again, the scientists at my university state that we are hitting peak oil very soon if not now. This makes sense. Fossil fuels are limited. They are not abundant.

Again, I would ask the question? Why would these scientists lie? Brain washing? I don't think so.

Im sorry but whilst I feel the NWO conspiracy theory needs further investigation, your claims pertaining to 'Peak Oil' and global warming appear to be fiction - this makes it very hard for me to beleive anything you state on your website.

Disinformation is a powerful tool. I sincerely hope you are not using it for an agenda that I cannot understand. If so, I beleive that would put you on the same level as the CIA

I look forward to your informed response.

Best Regards


Dear Beny Beer,

Why is it a college student from New Zealand has an e-mail address assigned to the United Kingdom?

You read the "inaccuracy" too quickly. I didn't say that New Zealand was a member of G8. I said that the leaders of ALL MAJOR industrial nations, including New Zealand, were active participants in the New World Order, One World Government scheme. Parenthetically, I used the example of the member nations of G7/G8 to highlight the point.

Contrary to your statement, it's a "factual accuracy" that Italy is still a member of G8.

From Wikipedia:

"The Group of Eight (G8) also known as Group of Seven and Russia,[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] is an international forum for the governments of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States. "

I'm quite sure that your professors at your New Zealand university are singing in one voice that Global Warming is precisely what Al Gore says it is and the effect is due to human activity.

Of course, your professors, guardians of high truth no matter the consequence--to be sure, have invested about as much time in studying the mountain of contrary data from critics of Global Warming as you have.

It's a fait d'acompli, isn't it? EVERYBODY, meaning the media, both mainstream and "alternative" (meaning leftist), all of your university professors, etc., are all part of the same rousing chorus when it comes to any mention of Global Warming being a calculated deception. "Those bastard oil interest are the only ones claiming that Global Warming is a Hoax. We can see through their game without giving it a second thought! Hah! " Is that about what's taking place in your head, Beny?

Peak Oil: Now there you have to go beyond your vaunted professors because those guys are about as savvy to the subject as you are; meaning, you haven't got a clue.

You assume that you are seated at the center of acquired knowledge there in that university and that those who teach you, those well worn tales labeled 'physics' or 'earth sciences', etc., etc., are master of their domain.

I'm not going to bother to enlighten you to the discovery that Wilhelm Reich made in the 1930's concerning the true origins of "fossil fuel" due to your arrogant tone, but I will mention a new word to you: "a-biotic"

As to the notion of disinformation being a powerful tool, well that's self evident.

Look how well it's worked on you.

My condolences,Ken Adachi


Subject: Re: NWO investigation.
From: "Ben Beer" <>
Date: Fri, April 4, 2008 9:17 pm
To: Editor

Point conceded about Italy. Your quite right. My apologies.

BUT Oil.

Oil is a-biotic?
Oil? An a-biotic substance?
Just like like, temperature, water, light etc?

No. Im sorry thats wrong.

Please can you advise either a) your agenda or b) what oil company or government agency you are working for?

I assume from your attack on ""alternative" (meaning leftist)" groups indicates you are working or have sympathies with (extreme) right wing political groups or think-tanks.

let me remind you that the bush administration is a classical example of an extreme right-wing political entity - bordering on fascism.

I also assume from your very aggressive response that you have something to hide. Aggression denotes fear. Aggression can often be used as a form of defence. Exactly, what, I might ask are you defending?

I urge to be honest and reveal your agenda.

Best Regards


Dear Beny Beer,

I notice you don't answer my question, but expect me to answer yours. Hmmm..

Concerning honesty, I am being honest and what you interpret as "aggression" is merely an honest expression of irritation with a young, naive pup who thinks he knows everything, but has totally bought into Establishment hokum largely drilled into you by those vaunted professors of yours. I'm always polite with people who address me with respect , but I'm less polite with people who address me as you have, thus the tenor of my response.  If anyone is guilty of "aggression" in writing to a total stranger-- it's you my friend.

Read your own mail: "Please explain yourself" you demand; "This is a lie"; "this is a fallacy" etc.

What you're butting up against is not my oil company/CIA/extreme right wing/think tank "agenda", but rather your appalling naiveté and the arrogance in which you embrace that naiveté .

I have no intention of explaining anything to you, Beny. You don't deserve my time, but I have a hunch that a few readers may take the time to help bring you up to speed since they will likely realize that we were all full of ourselves when we were twenty years old, going to college, and thought we knew everything about everything.

As for myself, I don't have the patience.

Sayonara, Ken Adachi


Subject: Oil replenishing itself?
Date: Fri, April 4, 2008 7:31 pm

PLease can you explain this statement found on your website under the article:

"The existence of self-renewing oil fields shatters the peak oil myth. If oil is a naturally replenishing inorganic substance then how can it possibly run out?"

Are you trying to convince your readers that oil just 'regenerates'?

I beleive the ethos of your argument is that oil on earth is abundant. This is a complete and utter fallacy.

My immediate reaction is that sources who try and propogate these sort of inaccuracies about global oil supply are themselves working for the oil companies.

please explain yourself

best regards


Subject: Oil - a renewable resource? Really?
Date: Fri, April 4, 2008 7:50 pm
To: Editor

Finally, again on your article:

"The Scientific evidence also flies in the face of the peak oil theory. Scientific research dating back over a hundred years, more recently updated in a Scientific Paper Published In 'Energia' suggests that oil is abiotic, not the product of long decayed biological matter. Oil, for better or for worse, is not a non-renewable resource. It, like coal, and natural gas, replenishes from sources within the mantle of earth."

This is not true. This is false. This is one of the biggest lies I have ever read in my life. On your website.

All your information risks being discredited from the likes of myself because of such a complete and utter lie that you are publishing on your website.

I look forward to your comments


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