COVER-UP OF WHALE BEACHING MYSTERY BY US NAVY!
The US Navy, the oil industry knew the answer to the whale beaching mystery in the 1960s.
It was easy for them to uncover because of its simplicity. However, instead of telling the public, they started covering it up about the time the tuna fishing industry was massacring millions of dolphins. The slaughter angered everyone. US Citizens started to consider our aquatic mammals as national treasures thanks to the many aquariums that had displayed dolphins and seals since the 1940s.
THE PUBLIC DEMANDED LEGISLATION TO PROTECT MARINE MAMMALS
The US Navy and oil industry were afraid the public would get their wish. They had been secretly killing millions of cetaceans with towed underwater sonar systems, high-powered sonar in the nose cone of submarines, underwater dynamite used in ship shock trials, dynamite used to explore for oil, circular dynamite charges used to blow the legs out from under obsolete oil drilling platforms, and massive charges used for undersea construction projects. Not to mention all the underwater nuclear bombs they exploded starting in the 1940s.
The US Navy and big oil fought back, but in 1969, under great public pressure, congress released the first draft of the legislation to prevent harassment of marine mammals.
THE WORD “HARASSMENT” SHOCK THE US NAVY
Under the new law, it meant any act of pursuit, torment, annoyance or injury to a marine mammal. Like I said earlier, they had known why whales beached for years. They could not continue to generate deadly underwater noise and not be guilty of harassing dolphins, seals, whales, polar bears, and etcetera. To counter the pending disaster, they hired the best lawyers money could buy. The high-priced attorneys copied the successful 1960s scheme of the tobacco industry!
With the rise in lung cancer, big tobacco needed to save their profits no matter how many humans suffered a miserable death. Their lawyers decided the best approach was to blame cancer on smokers, not cigarettes. So, from 1960 to 1988 the tobacco industry provided over $370 billion to American and British genetic researchers. Their assignment was to create pseudo-science to show that mutant genes caused lung cancer, not the tar, benzene, and hundreds of other toxic agents in cigarette smoke. They got away with it for decades.
US Navy lawyers also studied the Endangered Species Act (ESA). They noticed a lot of clauses requiring that endangered species be protected based on the “best science available.” They also notice that those who wanted to get around the Endangered Species Act hired crooked scientists to argue against honest scientists. There could be “no best science” as long as the scientists argued. In other words, if they controlled the whale scientists, they could easily defeat the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
THE US NAVY COVERED-UP THE WHALE STRANDING MYSTERY BY CONTROLLING THE WHALE SCIENTISTS
Their lawyers inserted 17 clauses in the new legislation saying that the government must protect marine mammals to the “best available scientific information.” Using best science sounded great. The term easily fooled those fighting for the marine mammals so they approved the final draft. The Marine Mammal Protection Act became law 1972. Look it over. I have highlighted the “best science” clauses in yellow.
But they also need to keep their cost down so the US Navy tricked congress into increasing its budget to pay for 50% all whale research worldwide. The oil industry would pay for 47% by using tax write-offs and deductions. In this fashion, the two worst underwater acoustical polluters on the planet hired their own scientists and took total controlled over whatever became “best available scientific information.” The joke was on the taxpayers because they paid for everything.
They know there could be no “best available science” while scientists are arguing. As an example, whale scientists are still debating how the ears of whales work underwater so any auditory trauma that disables their biosonar system can never reach a conclusion. No scientific consensus defeats deafness and sinus barotrauma as a cause of beachings. Many bribed scientists even publish peer-reviewed articles stating military sonar does not injure beaked whales. They said the real cause of death is because the sonar spooked the stupid whales and they swam to the surface too fast and died of decompression sickness, not from Navy sonar.
THE FABRICATIONS ARE EVERYWHERE
To go over each falsified article one by one would take many months. Nothing is honest in whale science when the US navy and oil industry sponsor it. They are the two worst acoustic polluters of the marine environment. This is like having a pack of wolves guarding your sheep. Their latest scam is to have the research articles published by non-profit groups they secretly fund just to give the material a false air of truthfulness. In other words, the Marine Mammal Protection Act has protected the US Navy and the oil industry since 1972—not our whales.
PUTTING TWO UNDERWATER NOISE POLLUTERS IN CONTROL 97% OF WHALE SCIENCE IS LIKE PUTTING TWO PEDOPHILES IN CHARGE OF AN ORPHANAGE
Whale scientists turn a blind eye to the obvious because money has corrupted them! They sell out the mammals they pledge to save. How will they explain this to their grandchildren when the truth final comes out? Or will the US Navy cover-up the fabricated until all the whales are dead?
Crooked whale experts have a rather stupid dilemma. They cannot reveal the answer to the whale beaching mystery. If they did, it would prove the US Navy and oil industry slaughtered millions of whales and dolphins. This forces them to pretend not to understand the whale beaching mystery. In other words. the shocking five-decade-long cover-up of the whale stranding solution is all about dancing around the truth.
In other words. the shocking five-decade-long cover-up of the whale beaching mystery is all about dancing around the truth. To protect their grant source, whale scientists offer hundreds of reasons for whale beaching mystery.
Capt. David Williams, Chairman of the Deafwhale Society, the world’s oldest whale conservation group.
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