Editor's Note: The Report from Iron
Mountain is a vehicle of disinformation. It was released to the
public for the purpose of deception. Its stated conclusion is that
the mass of humanity is so weak and fragile that the world could not
handle the revelation of an ET presence on Earth and therefore it's
more desirable to withhold such information from the public.
Its real goal was to set the stage for a looming
alien 'threat' that would eventually herald an in-your-face alien
appearance by an armada of UFOs that will be witnessed by just about
everyone on the planet.
The fake alien invasion scenario will likely be
staged in the midst of other orchestrated calamities in order to
stampede the public into believing we have to give up our national
sovereignty and liberties in the interest of self preservation.
"The organizing principle of any society is for war.
The basic authority of a modern state over its people resides
in its war powers"
Report from Iron Mountain unveils a
hitherto top-secret report of a government commission that was
requested to explore the consequences of lasting peace on American
society. The shocking results of the study, as revealed in this
report, led the government to conceal the existence of the
commission--they had found that, among other things, peace may never
be possible; that even if it were, it would probably be
un-desirable, that "defending the national interest" is not the real
purpose of war; that war is necessary; that war deaths should be
planned and budgeted.
REPORT FROM IRON MOUNTAIN tells the story of how
the project was formed, how it operated, What happened to it. It
includes the complete verbatim text of the commission's hitherto
". . . so elaborate and ingenious and so
substantively original, acute, interesting and horrifying, that it
will receive serious attention regardless of its origin."
--The New York Times
"The first major result of the
transformation of the war game into the peace game."
Bulletin of the Atomic
"Should be the occasion for new public demand
for a penetrating examination and evaluation of government reports
on strategic planning for disarmament and peace."