Everything is in place. Nobody can stop us now.

Ann Carriage
3 min readFeb 11, 2024

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Plans for us that involve more than communism, it is so much bigger than that, have been set in motion. Those who have the power to devise and implement such plans are not for the most part people in public office. These are people of prominence who are known to the public through their occupations or private positions. You most probably have heard the names of a lot of them.

This was said in 1969 by Dr Richard Day. His predictions at the time seemed almost surreal. In retrospect though, they were spot on.

It is easy to forget in those days people did not say such things, not in public at any rate. It was considered to be not safe. Now we take it for granted that we are able to say whatever we want. Okay so that is being eroded fast but still. You know what I mean. The only reason we can speak of it now is because things have changed. What’s that? Do I hear a well ……fait accompli? You right! To quote them; everything is in place. Nobody can stop us now.

That was not all. Day said the plan was to enter the Twenty First century with a running start. Tell us it is not so? Even while the evidence before our eyes tells us that it is.

These plans have been in the pipeline for a long time make no mistake. This is not a let’s improvise on the spur of the moment type thing. All this has been in the public domain for years for anyone who cared to look.

Day gave an astonishing lecture at the meeting of the Pittsburgh Paediatric Society in March of ’69. At the conference he asked attendees not to take notes or record what he was about to tell them.

At the time Day was Professor of Paediatrics at Mount Sinai Medical School in New York. Prior to this he had served as a Medical Director for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

The reason for Day’s unusual request was that there would be negative repercussions; possible personal danger, if it was ever found out that he was the one who had relayed this sort of information.

These were the topics expounded on by Day. You have to admit some of it was pretty unusual fare for the late sixties.

· Compulsory sterilisation

· Contraception

· Euthanasia and the “Demise Pill”

· Families will diminish in importance

· Fashion and sexuality

· Fluoridation

· Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) crops

· Homosexuality

· Laboratory Babies

· Living Space & Agenda 21

· Media and sex

· New difficult-to-diagnose and untreatable disease

· Population Control

· Sex education

· Suppressing cancer cures as a means of population control

One of Day’s former students’ who was there, and well acquainted with him; was under the distinct impression that Day was speaking as an insider.

It was like George Orwell, my emphasis. The details were so precise it could not have been any other way.

Two other statements Dr Day made during his introduction were “People will have to get used to the idea of change, so used to change, that they’ll be expecting change. Nothing will be permanent,” “They too trusting. They don’t ask the right questions.”

Did he imagine many might be on board with this? Clearly not!

What we all want to know is there a cabal of men (and women) on top organizing and directing change? Do they control the destinies of the nations? Is their quest to dominate the wold?

People who have looked at it are convinced there is indeed a conspiracy at play. One that influences nay controls historical events, not only in the US; but around the world. And that is just for starters, it does not factor in all the other stuff.

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Ann Carriage

Political animal, interested in the story behind the story. A concepts driven individual.