A speech by David J. Smith, newswatchmagazine.org:
At the launch of the Infrared Astronomical Satellite, designed to verify the existence of Planet X, the nation's largest newspaper, The New York Times, published a detailed report from leading astronomers and astrophysicists who had not yet been muzzled on the subject of Planet X.
The title of this landmark New York Times article is "Clues Get Warm in the Search for Planet X." That same year, NASA would herald the actual discovery of this rogue planet, which NASA calls "PLANET X," and which NASA believes is a dwarf star, estimated to be as massive as a thousand Earths.
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Persistent publicity would disturb the mass psyche, thus undermining the ruling elite's World financial/power structure. Therefore, the ruling elite have long since ordered that "PLANET X" be a forbidden subject within its sanitizing, propagandizing news media -- forbidden until now, three full decades after its discovery.
You see, they can no longer conceal today's painful reality, that Earth is reeling from a steady barrage of geological and meteorological body blows; and so, the H2 History Channel and the Weather Channel, to their credit, are breaking it to us, gently, in the context of "It Might Exist - It Could Happen."
What the public has not been told, however, is that the decade-long litany of global geological and meteorological calamities is caused by PlanetX-provoked solar excitations. To minimize mass death and suffering, the peoples of the World must be alerted, so that they can protect themselves and their families, because disasters will worsen as Planet X nears its gravitational loop-around rendezvous with our Sun. Merely telling the public, "It Might Happen," will not motivate people to prepare.
Actually, they will stubbornly deny the eventuality of any terrifying peril which is defined to them as being improbable, because man wants to believe what he likes, and to reject what he dislikes. Either we present the factual evidence that gravity is inexorably pulling this dwarf star toward our Sun, or else the public will remain in unknowing peril.