Dr. Peter David Beter - Audio Letter No. 27.
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This is the Dr. Beter Audioletter, Box 16428, Ft. Worth, Texas

Hello my friends, this is Dr. Beter. Today is Oct. 29, 1977,
and this is my Audioletter No. 27. Fifteen years ago yesterday,
on Oct. 28, 1962, America breathed a sigh of relief as the Cuban
Missile Crisis ended in surrender by the Soviet Union. On that
Sunday morning, Radio Moscow announced that all work on the
offensive missile sites in Cuba was being stopped and that they
would be dismantled under United Nations observation--so ended 6
days in which the world teetered visibly on the brink of nuclear
war, thanks to a dangerous Soviet gamble.

The public crisis had begun with a televised speech by
President John F. Kennedy on Monday evening, Oct. 22, 1962. Tens
of millions of Americans huddled before our TV sets, having been
told in news reports all day long that something big was afoot.
When President Kennedy told us the Soviet offensive nuclear
missiles were almost operational in Cuba, some Americans were
taken by surprise, others were not. Those who were not surprised
had heard the warnings of the late Senator Kenneth Keating of New
York. For more than a year he had been warning about the Cuban
missiles in speeches nationwide. But many other Americans were
shocked to hear about the missiles from President Kennedy that
evening. Some had never heard Senator Keating's earlier
warnings, thanks to a major media blackout on the story. Others
had heard but they had believed the denials issued by the
Government. But what was stunning to everyone, the Kremlin
included, was the response by President Kennedy to the Cuban
missile threat. Avoiding use of the word "blockade" which in
international law is an act of war, President Kennedy announced a
so-called quarantine on offensive shipments to Cuba. It would be
enforced by what was then the most powerful navy on earth, the
United States Navy. Furthermore, the President demanded that the
missile sites be dismantled and Soviet forces withdrawn,
otherwise stronger action by America was threatened. Then came
the bone-chilling words: "Any missile launched from Cuba against
any nation shall be regarded as an attack by the Soviet Union on
the United States, requiring full retaliation." Refusing to
pretend that Cuba was the culprit, Jack Kennedy confronted the
Soviet Union head on and in terms of the one thing that commands
Soviet respect--military power.

The great historian Carroll Quigley, who passed away early
this year, summarized the circumstances in the Cuba crisis very
accurately in his monumental work, "TRAGEDY AND HOPE" published
by MacMillan in 1966:

"The dominant fact in the whole situation was the overwhelming
character of America's power, and the fact that this was known
both to the White House and to the Kremlin but was largely
unknown and certainly unpublicized to the world. Around the
Soviet Union's border were 144 Polaris, 103 Atlas, 159 Thor,
Jupiter, and Titan missiles, 1600 long-range bombers many of them
constantly in the air with nuclear bombs. When the President's
speech began the public crisis, 5 divisions of the U.S. Army
strategic reserve totaling about 100,000 men, plus 100,000 Air
Force and an equal number of Naval and Marine personnel had been
mobilized or alerted. The First Armored Division had been flown
from Texas to the east coast, 90 naval vessels including 8
carriers were on patrol to blockade. A Cuban invasion command
had been assembled in Florida and 2700 relatives of military
personnel had been evacuated from Guantanamo. Under such
pressure Khrushchev wilted--it might almost be said that he
panicked--on Friday, October 26."

And two days later Radio Moscow made the announcement giving in
to Kennedy's demands. Many critics have pointed out that after
the crisis itself, America seemingly left needless loopholes for
Soviet cheating in the Cuban withdrawal process. But regardless
of that, it was the overwhelming power of America that prevented
nuclear war in the Cuban crisis itself.

Two years before the Cuban crisis, Gen. Nathan Twining
retiring as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned
America: "Forces that cannot win will not deter." These few
words of common sense distilled the lessons of several thousand
years of military history; and in October 1962 the Cuban missile
crisis proved that they are as true in a nuclear age as they ever
were before. One would think that such a close brush with
nuclear disaster would have alerted the American people to the
realities of survival in an enduring way--but it did not. The
four to one military advantage over Russia enjoyed by America in
1962 was not brought home to the American public as the critical
factor that had prevented a war. It was only later in context
with words like "over-kill", "measured response", and "mutual
assured destruction" that our previous military preponderance was
brought to public attention; and the purpose then was to whittle
it down to nothing.

But if the American people failed to learn the lesson of Cuba,
the Kremlin did not. The lesson was learned best of all by
Leonid Brezhnev, Khrushchev's rocket boss. Khrushchev's failure
in the Cuban missile affair was the beginning of the end for him
in the Kremlin, yet ironically when Khrushchev was deposed in
1964, it was none other than Brezhnev who had actually
masterminded the Cuban missile plan who took Khrushchev's
place--and Brezhnev was determined that the Soviet Union would
not again suffer such a debacle.

Today the similarities to the Cuban missile crisis are
striking. Now, as then, we are again targeted with short-range
nuclear missiles, except this time they are lurking within our
own territorial waters, ready for underwater launch upon
satellite command. Now, as then, the Soviet missile crisis has
been underway for more than a year, and the American people are
kept ignorant of the facts by the major media blackout of the
story and by government denials. And now, as then, the dominant
fact is the lopsided military advantage possessed by one side--
but this time it isn't just missiles that threaten us, it also
includes underwater nuclear mines strewn throughout our own
country by Soviet agents. And again, the public is being
deceived jointly by the Federal government and the controlled
major media--not merely by silence and denial but by propaganda
that helps to cover up hostilities that are already being
directed against us by our enemy. Worst of all, the lopsided
military imbalance now favors not America but the Soviet Union.

During the past month unusually rapid, puzzling, and dramatic
changes have begun sweeping across the international arena. In
the Middle East, three years of Soviet eclipse have suddenly been
ended by joint Soviet/American declaration; and, in the process,
a drastic change in American policy toward Israel has surfaced.
Red China, after a decade of bitter struggling with the Soviet
Union, suddenly began making concrete moves toward reconciliation
with Russia early this month. India's Prime Minister Desai, who
used to denounce Communism, traveled to Moscow early this month
and now says India's friendship with the Soviet Union is
"cemented." News and commentaries suddenly assure us that a thaw
is taking place between the Soviet Union and the United States,
and on all sides disarmament has all of a sudden become the
overriding topic in world affairs.

These developments and many more have all come about since
America's disastrous defeat by the Soviet Union last month, on
Sept. 27, 1977, in the still-secret Battle of the Harvest Moon.
This was history's first full-fledged space battle; and as I told
you in detail last month in Audioletter No. 26, the Soviet Union
emerged as the only possessor of the decisive new Particle Beam
weapon. It is this Soviet military breakthrough that is at the
root of what now looks like an avalanche of diplomatic
breakthroughs involving the Soviet Union all over the world.

As it stands now, my friends, the cold, hard truth is this:
The Soviet Union could attack the United States now and win; but
American retaliation could, nevertheless, inflict considerable
suffering on Russia as the price of such a Soviet conquest--and
they prefer to destroy us without suffering themselves, and that
is the direction in which events are now moving.

My three topics for today are: Topic #1--THE SOVIET PARTICLE

Topic #1--Last month in Audioletter No. 26 recorded Sept. 30,
1977, I revealed the fact that the Soviet Union has become the
first nation on earth to possess a new super-weapon, the Particle
Beam, which is now deployed in earth orbit. The first Particle
Beam Killer Satellite was launched three months ago on July 17,
1977, and is known as Cosmos 929.

As I told you last month, the first operational test against
the target was carried out over the Soviet Union during the early
hours of Sept. 20, 1977. An American spy satellite was blasted
into a huge fireball that was seen hundreds of miles away.
Exactly two weeks later, on October 4, 1977, Secretary of Defense
Harold Brown held a news conference in which he shocked everyone
with the unexpected words: "There is a fact of Soviet
anti-satellite, not only development but operational capability."
And he added: "That's something of concern to me because we rely
a good deal on our space systems for support of our military
capability, which capability, I think, contributes to deterring,
preventing war." After Dr. Brown spoke, other Defense officials
singled out our low-flying spy satellites as being vulnerable to
the Soviet killer satellites, which are also known as Cosmos
Interceptors. However, neither Dr. Brown nor the other spokesmen
would explain for the record and for the American people how the
new Cosmos Interceptors work. After all, the Russians know!
Reporters were therefore left with nothing to suggest in their
articles except the 10-year-old Soviet anti-satellite concept of
an explosive interceptor, which would maneuver close to the
target and then blow up. The fact that Particle Beam weapons are
involved was not mentioned.

In January of this year the outgoing Pentagon Research
Director, Dr. Malcolm Currie, gave Congress a warning. He said
that it would be catastrophic to let the Soviets gain an
advantage over us in the area of anti-satellite weapons. And no
wonder. Satellites today play a central role in the military
communications, intelligence gathering, and early warning of any
possible attack. Unusual troop movements or other preparations
for attack can be detected, and even the firing of ICBMs would be
detected only by satellites. Without our spy satellites, we
would be blinded to any surprise attack by strategic missiles;
and yet the SALT II Accord, which Jimmy Carter is now working so
feverishly to promote, includes no provision at all against
anti-satellite weapons.

As I reported in Audioletter No. 26 at the end of last month,
four days before Dr. Brown's stunning announcement about
operational Soviet Killer Satellites, there were two Cosmos 929
class Interceptors in orbit. Now there are 8! And now the
Soviet Union is picking off American strategic satellites one by
one, creating a tremendous fireball each time like the one I
described to you last month.

On October 13, earlier this month, CBS Radio News reported
that a number of people have expressed concern about seeing
several fireballs over Russia. They inquired what they could be,
thinking they might be UFOs from outer space. But a Russian
scientist who was interviewed about it said the fireballs were
nothing to worry about, that they were merely Cosmos phenomena.
And of course he was telling the truth in a tongue-in-cheek way,
since the recent astonishing fireball phenomena are caused by
Cosmos Particle Beam Interceptors. But the granddaddy of all the
fireballs so far was the one which erupted over the United States
on the evening of October 18, just eleven days ago. Hundreds of
witnesses reported seeing the huge fireball all the way from the
McDonald Observatory in extreme southwest Texas to points over
several hundred miles away in Arkansas and Missouri, as well as
in the neighboring states of Oklahoma and Louisiana. It was so
bright that people hundreds of miles apart thought it had hit
near them, and so huge that astronomers said it should have
reached the ground; but according to radar and military
observers, it exploded in mid air with a bright flash. Whether
any pieces survived and hit the ground is not known at this time.
Thus the 85-ton American space station known as SKYLAB, launched
four years ago, came to a spectacular end at the hands of a
Soviet Cosmos Interceptor. The Soviet Union wanted to insure
that Skylab could not be pressed into service by America in any
way to begin to undo the fast-growing Soviet domination of space.
And just in case any chunks of the big space station should reach
the ground without burning up, thereby possibly doing damage or
injury, Skylab was destroyed over the United States instead of
over the Soviet Union. Nine days later, the Government released
an elaborate cover story about Skylab by way of the CBS Evening
News for October 27, 1977. While we were shown official NASA
film of Skylab in orbit, we were told that for some strange
reason Skylab's orbit is decaying sooner than expected and that
it might well come down prematurely. Now, my friends, if someone
should find pieces of it lying around, the groundwork has already
been laid for a future public explanation.

The Soviet use of their new Particle Beam weapon to blow our
strategic satellites out of the sky is bad enough, but this is
only the beginning. As I explained in detail last month,
America's secret Moon Base in Copernicus Crater was put out of
action on Sept. 27, 1977. It was bombarded with a Soviet Neutron
Particle Beam which killed all of our astronauts there. The
Copernicus base was itself equipped with Particle Beam weaponry,
but was defeated by the Soviet Union just before achieving
operational status. Thus America lost the Battle of the Harvest
Moon; and though this space battle is still a secret, its
consequences are cropping up all around us.

In Topics #2 and #3, I will try to bring you up to date on
what has happened militarily and diplomatically as the result of
our losing the Battle of the Harvest Moon. Right now, though,
let me tell you the latest developments in space itself. On
Sept. 29, 1977, just two days after the Battle of the Harvest
Moon and the Gromyko ultimatum to Jimmy Carter, the Soviet Union
launched Salyut Space Station No. 6. This was the same day that
an Atlas Centaur Rocket became the second American rocket in two
weeks to explode during launch. The orbiting of Salyut 6, my
friends, signaled the beginning of the first Soviet-manned
mission to the moon; and the next day as the Soviet moon-era was
just dawning, the sun set on America's moon era. The NASA Space
Center in Houston radioed remote control commands to the moon to
shut down all automated equipment still operating there; and, as
usual, the quiet and largely unnoticed news reports about it told
us this was being done to save money.

On October 9, Soyuz 25 was launched with a two-man crew to
rendezvous with Salyut 6; and just as the crew of Apollo Eleven
carried an American flag with them to plant on the moon, the crew
of Soyuz 25 took a copy of the newly adopted Soviet Constitution
with them. As Mission Commander Kovalyonok climbed aboard the
space craft, he gave not the usual friendly wave but a clenched
fist salute for the benefit of the television audience. Then
Soyuz 25 lifted off from the same pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome
that had been used twenty years ago to launch Sputnik One. Less
than two days later, Radio Moscow broke a 24-hour silence about
the mission, which had caused many observers to wonder if the
cosmonauts might have suffered harm. It was announced that the
cosmonauts were in good condition and that their Soyuz 25 capsule
had landed safely. Supposedly, the mission had been aborted
because of the failure of Soyuz 25 to dock successfully with
Salyut 6; but actually, my friends, Soyuz 25 was successful in
its rendezvous with Salyut 6. The purpose was not to dock and
remain in orbit but rather to link up to a lunar propulsion and
equipment module--and this Soyuz 25 did! By the time Radio
Moscow broke its silence with a cover story about an aborted
mission, Soyuz 25 was on its way to the moon.

On October 16, after achieving lunar orbit, the crew of Soyuz
25 detached a radio relay package and left it in lunar orbit as
they descended to the lunar surface. And just as two Americans
named Armstrong and Aldrin became the first human beings to set
foot on the near side of the moon, two Russians named Kovalyonok
and Ryumin have become the first to land on the far side of the
moon in Jules Verne Crater. The Soviet Union is now working
rapidly to do the same thing that the controlled United States
Government had tried to do--to set up a Particle Beam weapons
base on the moon from which to menace the earth.

The operation now under way in Jules Verne Crater is strictly
an interim step. The back side of the moon is being used purely
as a safe haven, and there all preliminary preparations can be
made without any chance, they hope, of observation or retaliation
by the United States. The plan is to assemble everything that is
needed for an initial Particle Beam installation, including
equipment, crews of cosmonauts, life-support equipment, &c in a
safe back-side location. Then, rockets will be used to transport
everything to the intended location on the near side, rapidly and
all at once. If all goes according to plan, the Soviet Particle
Beam Base will be able to become operational very quickly after
the fast move to the near side. In this way, the Soviet Union
expects to have its Particle Beam Moon Base in operation and able
to protect itself before any conceivable preemptive strike could
knock it out. They have no wish to suffer the same fate they
themselves inflicted a month ago on the secret American moon

Once it is operational with the charged Particle Beam weapon
to protect itself, the Soviet Moon Base will be relatively secure
in a military sense. This is especially true since a small fleet
of Cosmos Interceptors are now in earth orbit, armed as they are
with Particle Beam weapons. Therefore, once the Soviet Moon Base
is in operation on the near side of the moon, the Soviet Union
may well choose to make it known to the world--neglecting, of
course, to explain its true purpose. If so, it will be a
startling echo of the early days of the Soviet Space Program when
spectacular exploits in space were always announced only after
they were successfully under way, never beforehand.

According to my latest intelligence on the Soviet moon
mission, the project is progressing very rapidly. As of two days
ago, October 27, the crew of Soyuz 25 have already been joined at
Jules Verne Crater by additional cosmonauts, and the components
for a Particle Beam weapon have also arrived. At this rate, the
space lift of crew and equipment to the near side of the moon
might come very soon; and if it does, the timing would be perfect
for Soviet propaganda purposes. The twentieth anniversary of
Sputnik One, which was October 4, was commemorated by launching
Soyuz 25 from the same launch pad as was used for Sputnik One.
Still ahead, on November 7, is the 60th anniversary of the
Bolshevik Revolution. How better to impress the world with the
vigor of the Soviet system than by having the brand new Soviet
Constitution praised over world-wide television by a Cosmonaut
broadcasting from the moon?!

Topic #2--When I recorded Audioletter No. 26 last month on
September 30, I alerted you to the fact that Soviet submarines
were on their way in great numbers to surround the United States.
A military confrontation was definitely underway, and I warned
you that the possibility of war itself could not be ignored.
Only the previous week-end the Soviet Union had abruptly expelled
all Western fishing trawlers from the Barents Sea where the big
Murmansk Naval Base is located. On Tuesday, September 27 the
secret Space Battle of the Harvest Moon ended the existence of
the American Moon Base in Copernicus Crater, and by that day both
the Barents Sea and also the Sea of Okhotsk off the Kamchatka
Peninsula were swarming with Soviet submarines. While these
military developments were going on behind the scenes, Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko delivered a veiled ultimatum to
the United States during a very harsh speech at the United
Nations; and that evening, at Gromyko's demand, a sudden and
unexpected meeting was held at the White House between Gromyko,
Jimmy Carter, and Secretary of State Cyrus Vance.

Last month I told you what Gromyko told Carter in very blunt
language, and the very next day the two huge Soviet submarine
fleets left their staging areas to converge on the United States.
Since NATO regards the deployment to sea of the Soviet submarine
force as a major warning signal of impending conflict, the
situation was potentially very grave indeed. So I warned you,
based on information from my own intelligence sources, that by
October 7, if not before, the United States would be surrounded
along our East, West. and Gulf coasts by the Soviet submarine

On October 5, early this month, Vice Admiral William Reed,
Commander of our Atlantic Fleet Naval Surface Forces, revealed at
the Southeast Sea Power Symposium in Atlanta, Ga., the fact that
Soviet submarines together with many surface ships were present
in great numbers along our Atlantic and Gulf coasts; and he said
they were close enough to destroy American cities in a nuclear
war. He added that in any long war with the Soviet Union,
America would be at a grave disadvantage because of the size and
effectiveness of the Soviet Navy. The next day, October 6, a
naval spokesman in San Diego was reported by a local radio
station to have said that large numbers of Soviet submarines had
been sighted in the Pacific also heading in our direction. On
the morning of October 7, 1977, my own reports indicated that the
Pacific armada was about 700 miles west of San Francisco at its
closest point and was spread out over an area of ocean 1000 miles
long north to south and 200 miles deep. The Atlantic armada was
some 1600 miles from New York City at its closest point spread
out over a similar area of ocean. At that point the Pacific
armada was slowing down to enable the Atlantic armada to close in
to a similar distance. In the Gulf of Mexico, meanwhile, the
fleet of 29 submarines which were already on station when I
recorded Audioletter No. 26, were simply staying there waiting.
By the evening of October 9, the Pacific armada was on station,
in battle formation, spread out along our entire west coast at a
distance of 400 miles. The Atlantic armada was just over 500
miles from New York City at its closest point but still had the
job of spreading out to parallel the east coast line. While this
was being done, the fleet west of our shores began injecting a
radiochemical poison into our air by means of powerful
fluorocarbon dispensers. This technique of radiological warfare
is exactly the same as I described one year ago in Audioletter
No. 17 in connection with the Soviet submarine confrontation that
occurred at that time--but this time the formulation involves
both plutonium, which is radioactive, and zirconium. As I
revealed in Audioletter No. 17, this combination is what causes
so-called Legionnaire's Disease--and I'll have more to say about
that in a moment.

Early that day, October 9, British Foreign Minister David Owen
left London unexpectedly for a hurried two-day trip to Moscow.
The stated cover for the trip was to discuss Rhodesia and trade
matters, but Owen was actually going to Moscow to capitulate. In
spite of all the things Great Britain has been trying to do to
stand up to the Kremlin, the Soviet Particle Beam breakthrough
and America's loss in this decisive race, has made the situation

The evening of the following day, Vice-President Mondale was
recalled to Washington out of a Columbus Day parade in San
Francisco--the crisis was deepening. By midday October 12 the
peak threat from the Soviet submarine fleet was in progress. In
the west the fleet had moved to within 250 miles from shore; in
the east, the Soviets had moved to within less than 150 miles of
New York City; and along our Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf Coast
lines, Soviet submarines were essentially halted in position for
attack at any moment. The western fleet continued injecting
radiochemical poisons into our air including for a while
strontium 90. There were fresh reports of fireballs over Russia
that day, and the same day it was announced that Leonid Brezhnev
will soon visit Britain due to the progress made during Owen's
weekend visit. Secretary of Defense Harold Brown, in Europe for
talks with our NATO allies, now headed for Yugoslavia, as had
been announced. According to my own information, a high United
States Government official conveyed America's capitulation to the
Soviet Union on October 14 through intermediary channels. I have
not been able to confirm the identity of this official, but the
fact that Brown was in Yugoslavia on that day may not be

In any event, the Soviet threat of war served its intended
purposes well. It placed the United States in a position in
which any attempt to retaliate against the Soviets for destroying
our Moon Base would have been suicidal. In particular, it
insured that there would be no American attempt to interfere with
the Soviet moon mission, which took place during this period. In
this respect, it was the Cuban missile crisis all over again but
with the roles of America and Russia reversed.

The Kremlin are well aware that the situation now confronting
the real rulers of America is totally new to them and they really
do not know what to do. For the first time they no longer have
an invisible ace up their sleeve to make Russia toe the line, but
the Soviet display of military power and readiness to use it made
the controlled Carter administration cave in--just as Khrushchev
had caved in under the same pressure 15 years ago.

The Russians are well known for their ability to win games of
chess, and they were not to be bluffed. As a result, America
surrendered to the Soviet Union on October 14, 1977, on terms I
will reveal in Topic #3. And the Soviet acceptance of that
surrender was indicated on October 15 as the bulk of the Soviet
submarine fleets turned away from America's shores and began
heading for home. By October 16, all but 2 of the submarines
along our Gulf Coast were already heading back into Cuban waters,
where they were congregated along the north coast east of
Camaguey by October 18. The eastern and western armadas were far
out to sea by then except for 5 each that stayed on station near
our shores. On October 17, with the Soviet Navy safely out of
its threatening posture, NATO began its own two-week naval
exercises in the Atlantic; but the 12 Soviet submarines which had
stayed behind along our shores continued to spew
plutonium-zirconium poisons into our atmosphere to produce
Legionnaire's Disease without any interference. Legionnaire's
Disease, like so-called Swine Flu, is an artificial disease
caused by radiological warfare. My confidential intelligence
sources enabled me to warn that the Government's Swine Flu
program was a hoax to cover up the effects of radiological
warfare in America as early as April 1976 in Audioletter No. 11,
just after the program was announced by President Gerald Ford;
and in Audioletter No. 17, one year ago this month, I was able to
tell the full story of the Swine Flu hoax, Legionnaire's Disease,
and additional strange illnesses that were cropping up at that

At this time last year the Soviet Union had begun a program of
experimental plutonium cloud attacks against America's
population, using a formulation that was intended to produce a
Swine Flu-like illness, but that project was never as effective
as desired, and more recently they began experimenting with a
plutonium-zirconium formulation that produces so-called
Legionnaire's Disease. This had been tested first at the
American Legion Convention in July 1976 where 180 people became
ill and 28 died. Recent cloud attacks by Soviet submarines have
shown that this is a more effective poison than the earlier one,
as Legionnaire's Disease has shown up increasingly nationwide.
As I explained in Audioletter No. 17, Legionnaire's Disease is
basically a form of radiation sickness caused deliberately at
will by secret radiological warfare by the Soviet Union.

Recently it has been announced that a peculiar pneumonia
bacterium has been linked with Legionnaire's Disease, but this is
only a complication. The basic cause which weakens the body to
permit this bacterial complication is the Soviet radiochemical
poison in our air. Not everyone falls ill who is exposed to the
poison in the low concentrations currently found in our air.
Those who are in good basic health, who get sufficient rest and
proper nutrition, have the best chance of avoiding its effects.
They are also the ones who are most likely to survive if they do
contract Legionnaire's Disease. The mortality rate is about 15%,
the same now as it was in the first big outbreak in Philadelphia.
Antibiotics can affect the bacterial complication but in no way
affect the basic cause, which is radiological. So far, the
Center for Disease Control in Atlanta claims that Legionnaire's
Disease has been reported by 22 states and the District of
Columbia. Some spokesmen are now referring to it as "atypical
pneumonia"; but call it what you will, it is spreading. Many
doctors still are not familiar with it, so here is a list of the
symptoms which accompany Legionnaire's Disease: Typically it
begins with a general malaise and headaches; within a day this is
followed by a rapidly rising fever, which may reach levels of
from 102 to 105 degrees, together with chills. A hacking cough,
stomach ache, nausea and diarrhea are common, sometimes including
bleeding. Yet, as severe as it is, it is not contagious--that
is, passed from one person to another. Everyone contracts it
from the same source, namely the air we breathe. Not everyone
gets all the symptoms, different people seem to be affected
somewhat differently. In small children, I am informed that it
can show up as an especially severe form of croup, due to the
strong effect of the plutonium-zirconium poison in the air
passage of the throat. It may be that this is the reason for the
unusually severe outbreaks of croup now occurring in some of our
northern states, which State Health officials are at a loss to

My friends, we in the United States together with people in
certain parts of Canada and Mexico, are the victims of a
spreading atomic plague. It's produced by undeclared warfare,
radiological warfare, on the part of the Soviet Union to
demoralize and weaken our will to resist the final takeover.
Thanks to the surrender to the Kremlin by the Carter
administration this month--it's not the Soviet Union that will be
laying down its arms, but we, OURSELVES!

Topic #3--In a news conference on September 29, 1977, President
Carter told reporters that there was no prospect of any immediate
agreement on a second Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty, or SALT
II. Two days earlier Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko had
denounced the sorry state of Soviet-American relations in very
harsh terms and had demanded that a new SALT accord be agreed
upon "without any delay"; and in a hastily called meeting that
evening Gromyko made it clear that the Kremlin, having put the
secret American Moon Base out of operation that day was now going
to start cracking the whip; but Carter's response was more one of
shock than one of immediate total capitulation, and therefore the
Soviet submarines began moving toward America within hours after
Gromyko left the White House.

The surrender by the United States on October 14 involved
America's acceptance of Soviet demands for a new SALT II
agreement that will effectively disarm America while leaving
Soviet armaments free to expand and develop still further. The
only concession granted by Brezhnev to Carter is a slight
extension of time to allow the Carter administration to prepare
the way for America's acceptance of the treaty to strip us
militarily. The extent of the radical shift in favor of the
Soviet Union concerning disarmament was revealed on October 19 at
the United Nations. There, in a committee away from the
limelight, but visible to key members of the world's diplomatic
community, major statements were made by both the United States
and the Soviet Union. The American statement expressed our
willingness to cooperate and declared that an agreement on a
whole range of issues may be just around the corner. The Soviet
statement spoke of closing the arms race and said Russia is ready
to proceed with "drastic disarmament measures"; and the American
delegate, Mr. Fisher, expanded on the fact that he now found a
new sense of vigor and urgency, stressing that the world is
experiencing a fundamental shift in thinking about disarmament.

My friends, world-wide fundamental shifts in thinking about
anything do not happen without there being a reason; and that
reason, as I have told you, is the end of the American Moon Base
and the exclusive possession by the Soviet Union of the new
Particle Beam Super Weapon. The following day details began
leaking out about the shape of the proposed SALT II accord, and
it will continue to be the subject of heavy news coverage and

SALT II contains tremendous concessions by the United States
with none of significance by the Soviet Union even on its face.
For example, Jimmy Carter canceled the B-1 Bomber, much to the
Kremlin's delight, with the silly argument that the Cruise
Missile would replace it. The Cruise Missile, my friends, is
more vulnerable to Soviet air defenses than the B-1 would have
been. But now, SALT II will even put the Cruise Missile out of
business by restricting its range sufficiently to force our old
slow B-52s to get so close to Russia in an attack that they can
be shot down by the vast Soviet Air Defense system. In addition,
the United States will agree not to provide Cruise Missiles or
the technology to build them to our NATO allies, to whom the
Cruise Missile could be very valuable. In return for this,
America is to settle for a Soviet pledge about their supersonic
Backfire Bomber, the rough equivalent of our B-1 Bomber.
According to NATO intelligence, the Soviet Union is already
flying more than 400 Backfires; in other words, they already have
a larger force of brand new supersonic strategic Backfires than
our force of 20-year old subsonic tired out B-52s. And what's
more, the newest version has even greater range than our B-52,
and Soviet plants are churning out more Backfires every month.
But the Carter administration has settled for a promise from the
Soviets not to start producing Backfires any faster than they are
doing already. What's more, the Kremlin has simply given its
word that Backfires will not be deployed in a strategic manner
despite their strategic capability. In return for that, we agree
not to count their Backfires at all as strategic bombers, thereby
exempting them from the limits of weaponry spelled out in SALT
II; and we agree to trust them, not requiring verification of any
kind. Can you imagine?

But as serious as these matters are, they are overshadowed by
the seriousness of what is left out altogether from the SALT II
proposals! They say not a word about the radiological warfare
weapons which are being used right now on the United States.
They say nothing at all about anti-satellite weapons despite
their disastrous implications and despite the fact that even the
Defense Department admits they are now operational in the Soviet
arsenal. SALT II would do nothing to restrict the use of
microwave weapons on humans which, as I revealed in Audioletter
No. 20 for January 1977, is also being done by the Soviet Union.
And Beam weapons, particularly the Particle Beam, which is the
exclusive property of Russia now, are ignored altogether. Thus
for example, our strategic missile forces are rapidly being
neutralized while those of the Soviet Union are preserved. Our
early-warning satellites, which we depend upon to warn us of any
attack by the Soviet Union, are being destroyed by Cosmos
Interceptor satellites; and if we were to launch our missiles,
properly deployed Soviet Particle Beams could be used to destroy
the warheads in flight. The rough equivalents in missiles that
the Soviet Union now seems ready to write into the SALT II
accord, therefore means nothing. What is actually being
inaugurated now is the total disarmament of America. Those who
are using their influence to have America accept the SALT II
agreement, claim that by granting the Soviet Union such
horrendous concessions, we will take away any Soviet incentive to
go to war. But, my friends, this is the intellectual way to say
'Better Red than dead'--but if the 'Alice in Wonderland' world of
unreality that is built into SALT II is accepted, then we as a
nation will be both Red and dead. It has taken 200 years to undo
the structure for freedom and prosperity that was devised by our
founding fathers. And more than once the United States has been
all but counted out by those who wanted to destroy us, only to
see America rise again, bounce back, and go on. The Kremlin has
no intention of taking that risk by ultimately sparing us from
war. They intend to destroy the American system once and for
all, and our disarmament beforehand is purely for the purpose of
making their destruction of our land easy and without suffering
on their own part. When ancient Carthage was destroyed, the
Romans plowed salt into the ground to ensure that Carthage would
never rise again. Now the Soviet Union is using the SALT
treaties to ensure that America, once defeated, will never rise

My friends, this is the legacy that America is inheriting,
thanks to the totally disastrous policies which have been forced
on America by the four Rockefeller brothers for decades. I have
been accused on occasion of carrying on a personal vendetta
against them, and sometimes against the whole family whom I have
never accused of being party to what the four brothers are doing.
But it is not personal, I do not make public what I know about
their personal lives; but I do believe that their policies which
affect millions of other lives, should be made public. David,
Nelson, Laurance, and John D. Rockefeller III have never done
anything to me personally but their policies have brought the
land I love, the United States of America, to the brink of utter
ruin. Knowing what I know, I have only two possible
choices--either speak out, or keep quiet; and I cannot keep
quiet. To understand why I say this, you have to go through what
I've gone through--you have to suffer, you have to turn over and
toss at night asking yourself "What's happened to this great
country?" It's always been my hope that the four Rockefeller
brothers would see the light and honestly turn aside from
policies which are destroying America. As a great religious
leader once told their grandfather, John D. Rockefeller, Sr.,
"Great wealth is a trust and it should be used for the public

As of now, none of the things that could be done to save
America are being done. It may be too late to save America as we
know it, but it is never too late to do what is right and leave
the success or failure of our efforts in the hands of our Lord.

Until next month, God willing, this is Dr. Beter. Thank you,
and may God bless and protect each and every one of you.

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