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Public Extermination Project

by Janet C. Phelan Friday, Aug. 13, 2004 at 11:30 AM
(213) 861-6139 P.O. Box 2941 Venice, CA 90294

Following 911, a specific public works project became "classified." This project has lethal capabilities, on a scale that has devastating possibilities, for innocent civilians in the U.S.

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There has been intensive media attention since 911 to the resultant war on terrorism and our aggression in Afghanistan and Iraq. The media has, however, failed to report a shocking post 911 “project” here in the U.S.

Following 911, there began intensive and concentrated infrastructure work that has lethal capabilities and intent. In an extremely non-forthcoming governmental atmosphere, I have been able to document a small portion of this work, which was ongoing in Los Angeles County in the spring and summer of 2004.

Through the use of t-valves, the government can regulate, on an individualized, residence by residence basis, the introduction of another substance into the water lines. As fluoride goes in at the plant, we are not dealing with the capability to add fluoride. It is quite a bit more nefarious than that.

In the first interview in May, 2004, with Engineer Mike Downs and Head Engineer Julie Spacht, Department of Water and Power, downtown Los Angeles office, the two engineers issued a blanket denial that t-valves were used in any capacity by DWP. Spacht stated that she had never heard of t-valves, and asked, somewhat disingenuously, whether I could draw one so that she could see what they looked like.

Several days later, I happened upon surface work by DWP contractor Spiniello Co. The work involving t-valves is generally done under the street; however, the surface work on La Brea Avenue between Washington and Venice Blvds. revealed a t-valve in front of every house.

When I informed Downs that I had the valves on film, it seemed to jog his memory. When I asked him to state in writing the DWP policy on t-valves, he submitted a fax (attachment A) stating that t-valves were never used in mainline construction (note the capitalization and bold type used for emphasis).

Photograph 1 is a t-valve on mainline construction on Washington Blvd. and Harcourt, under the authority of DWP.

According to Spiniello workers, every single t-valve is being replaced by ones that respond to computer commands. The Spiniello foreman at this job site revealed that the main computer is in a centralized location.

Photograph 2 features the replacement t-valve. It is manufactured by Tyton. The picture was taken at the above site, prior to installation.

We must now consider why DWP, through Downs, is misstating fact about something as seemingly benign as regulatory valves. As a rule of thumb, there is generally no cover-up unless there is something to hide.

I have secured a sample directly from a DWP water line. It is simply toxic, causing extreme cardiac discomfort. However, it tastes just like water.

In order to fully understand the implications here, we must comprehend the larger context. Students of history are aware of the striking similarities between 911 and the Reichstag fires in Hitler’s pre-war Germany. Briefly, Hitler had his own troops burn down the German Parliament. Hitler then blamed the fires on the Communists, in order to obtain the powers to govern under a bogus “state of emergency.”

911 and the resultant Patriot Act have essentially duplicated the political situation here in the U.S. The media has dutifully reported the increased incidence of surveillance, the governmental intrusion into library and bookstore records, and other losses of civil liberties. However, the media has failed to explicate that we have also lost the right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” More specifically, the right to life. Ask any civil rights lawyer. If you can still find one.

The tie in the t-valve project now becomes clear: our government is denying the capability of making additions into the water system when the work is ongoing. If the introduction of a toxic substance into the lines were planned, would they admit it? It might cause a generalized panic.

For those concerned how our own leadership could possibly be involved in such a questionable matter, one needs to understand the ongoing relationship between the Bush family and Adolph Hitler. It has been well documented by Webster Tarpley and Antonin Chaitkin in the book, “George Bush: An Unauthorized Biography,” that our President’s grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush, was funneling millions of dollars into Hitler’s war effort through Union Bank Corporation. In October, 1942, the government seized UBC under the Trading with the Enemies Act, declaring the bank to be a Nazi front. Prescott Bush was at that time a director of UBC. For those who are interested in further documentation of this, I refer you to chapter 2 of the above cited book.

The Bush-Hitler connection did not end with the seizing of the bank. It simply became more covert and less easy to detect. It was continued on through Skull and Bones, the Yale secret society with massive Nazi connections, into which both Presidents Bush immersed themselves at Yale.

It is important here to understand that using water as a medium for poisoning had its genesis in the Nazi prison camps, where the first introduction of the hotly debated compound sodium fluoride was used as a form of hippocampal dulling.

According to Charles Perkins, who was appointed post-war head of the German chemical giant I.G. Farben, “The real reason behind water fluoridation is not to benefit children’s teeth…The real purpose behind water fluoridation is to reduce the resistance of the masses to domination, control and loss of liberty…The German chemists worked out a very ingenious and far-reaching plan of mass-control which was submitted to and adopted by the German General Staff. This plan was to control the population in any given area through mass medication of drinking water supplies…Repeated doses of infinitesimal amounts of fluoride will in time reduce an individual’s power to resist domination, by slowly poisoning and narcotizing a certain area of the brain, thus making him submissive to the will of those who wish to govern him.”

His remarks were reinforced by Dr. E.H. Bonner, who was the great Albert Einstein’s nephew: “Even in small quantities sodium fluoride is a deadly poison to which no effective antidote has ever been found.” For those wishing a more complete reading on this subject, please reference “The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben,” by Joseph Borken.

It is necessary to reiterate here that in the case of the Los Angeles DWP sample, we are not dealing with fluoride. This report touches on the Nazi use of fluoride as an example of using the water system for purposes that were contrary to the welfare of those imbibing the water.

To recap, there are definite similarities between 911 and Hitler’s Reichstag fires.

Because of 911, we have lost the right to live.

An introduction of another substance into the water lines could prove deadly.

According to Mike Downs, the water records became “classified” the week after 911.

He is attempting to deceive this reporter by denying that the valve that simply has the capability to introduce another substance into the water system is even used by DWP.

Add to this galmaufrey the extensive relationship between the Bush family and Adolph Hitler and his spiritual descendants, and the picture comes into focus.

Through the use of t-valves, concentration camps become unnecessary. The U.S. government now has the capability of exterminating whoever they wish through its own water system. No muss, no fuss, no heart-wrenching scenes of rounding people up and transporting them off to a highly uncertain future.

When they are ready for the Big Kill, when they have determined which residences will receive “death water” and which will be bypassed (the function of a t-valve in front of every residence), a switch will be thrown and what Hitler began will be accomplished.

In this context, the reason for the “oops-no-weapons-of-mass-destruction” war in Iraq becomes transparent. We now have a base with proximity to Israel. When Israel, the refuge established for the Jewish people after the horrific events perpetrated by Hitler, gets hit and expunged from the planet, we will face, once again, genocide. This time it will occur in the flagship for democracy in the world.

Hitler had his showers; Bush has his water lines.

God help us all.


Janet C. Phelan
August 12, 2004

ADDENDUM: There have been enormous obstacles to obtaining any documentation for this story. Within 24 hours of my first request for water records at Santa Monica City Hall, I was forced to resign from my position as columnist for the Santa Monica Daily Press.

Nevertheless, I continued forward. The first request produced the letter from Joe Lawrence, Assistant City Attorney, featured in Attachment B. A reading of the Public Records Act indicated that Joe Lawrence was misstating the PRA in his refusal to give records. In addition, his declaration that there were not documents responsive to the request is also dubious, in view of the fact that at that very time there was water line work in progress at the Santa Monica Pier, two blocks away from Lawrence's office.

My second request produced the letter in attachment D. This letter from the City Attorney's office misstated the substance of my request. I had requested work orders on t-valves since September 2001, not in September 2001.

Recognizing that I was getting smoke blown at me, I filed a request with City Clerk Maria Stewart to address the City Council concerning misstatements of the PRA and non-responsive communications from the City Attorney's office.

Ms. Stewart denied my request to be put on the agenda, and offered a slot under item 14, which requires no response from the City Council.

I then approached the City Manaer's office concerning inaccessability of appropriate channels to address this matter. That office produced the letter in attachment C, stating that my request for obtaining the work orders for t-valves was denied because of Homeland Security.

Despite the refusal of records, an on-site DWP worker offered to let me view blueprints he had in his company truck.

A perusal of the blueprints for the Washington-La Brea area substantiated my hunch. There was a t-valve demarcated in front of every edifice. The worker also assured me that in the case of a multi-unit building, there was a t-valve for each individual unit.

There was also a second line.

In order to make an addition into the water system, a second line would be necessary, to carry the additive substance. The worker explained that this line was merely a conduit for transporting water great distances.

However, there were service lines connecting this second line onto the main line, as well as to the lines branching off into the side streets, which calls into question the asertion that the second line is merely a transport line.

With the worker's permission, I photographed a blueprint. The prints came out somewhat fuzzy, although the demarcation of two lines was clear.

I then secured the services of a professional photographer, and we arranged to go to a Spiniello work site to commit the blueprints to film, hopefully with a better resolution. When I called Spiniello to inquire at which location a crew would be, I was refused that information. The supervisor withholding the information where the DWP contracting company was working the first week in August, 2004, only identified himself as "Greg," refusing to give his last name.

Considering the enormous difficulties to obtain information on public works water projects, the documentation for this story is at this time incomplete.

However, this reporter offers photos of valves that simply have a capability, and the denial by the Department of Water and Power that these are used at all in the photographed setting.


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