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Stephanie C. Fox

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The New World Order of U.N. Agenda 21, er, 2030. Don’t Be Fooled by Its New Label.

A plan for social change such as this one, presented by a Bankster, is ripe for abuse.

U.N. Agenda 21, now seen for what it is and hated for it, has had a new label slapped on it, but don’t by fooled by it. It is still a New World Order for handling the excess […]

Foreign Banksters are Buying U.S. Farmland. We Won’t Be Able to Eat Off of It.

The Farmers (euphemism for Banksters, Hedge Fundsters, and any of the One Percenters who would grab and use the planet for themselves while leaving everyone else to a resource war and a desperate scrabble for survival) are carrying out the plans in my novel, Vaccine: The Cull – Nae-Née Wasn’t Enough.

They want it for […]

If the United Nations has its way, most of the land in the U.S. will be off-limits to humans.

If the United Nations has its way, most of the land in the U.S. will be off-limits to humans.

Think about that.

What will it mean?

It will mean forced urbanization for most of us, whether we like that or not.

Do you want to live in a high-rise apartment, surveilled every time you run […]

This is real, but I thought I was reading a scene from my latest dystopian novel.

Every day, I read the news: environmental, economic, militarization of police, surveillance, shrinking civil liberties, reproductive rights, and so on.

This time, I got the eerie feeling that I was reading a passage from my latest novel about a population cull:

The immediate aftermath of the bombing was predictably gruesome and tragic. But one especially […]

Dystopian Novels are Warnings, NOT Guidebooks.

Dystopian science fiction novels exist to make people think by pointing out problems, options for dealing with those problems, and how those options are ripe for abuse. They are warnings.

What dystopian science fiction novels are not is guidebooks.

They are not suggestions or instruction manuals.

When I was a student at William Smith College […]

The Way Is SHUT! No room for more.

The way is shut.

Europe is full.

No room for any more humans.

It is not realistic to expect the calmer, less-stressed parts of the planet and the people who live there to accept influxes of people from what Christian Parenti has termed the Tropics of Chaos.

They must stay home and deal with their […]

Libraries Need More Room and Respect From Budget-Setters.

Keeping books underground to save on storage space has risks – of flooding.

I’ve seen this happen to the law library where I attended – and worked – during my time in law school, and I wrote this into Nae-Nee – Birth Control: Infallible, with Nanites and Convenience for All. The librarians had to frantically […]

Not everything can, will, or should be digitized. We need books and libraries!

Since digitization is the wave of the future, I shall comment on an extrapolated example of this as seen in Star Trek.

Captain James T. Kirk majored in history at Starfleet Academy while in the command training program. He LOVES books – old-fashioned, turn-the-page, paper books. There was a joke about a stack of books […]

We Live in George Orwell’s Oceania Already, On a Much Grander Scale. >:(

The world that George Orwell described in Nineteen Eighty-Four is much, much grander, more pervasive in its reach, and far worse.

It is worse in its benign insidiousness.

People have sacrificed their freedoms to safeguard their security in this New World Order, all for convenience and gadgetry.

Software can instantly sift through e-mails with search […]

Cleaning Public Parks of Trash, Feces, Condoms, and Tampons…From Too Many Humans.

This is a ridiculous situation.

980 pounds – nearly half a ton – of rubbish cleared away from a public park in Enfield, Connecticut, U.S.A.

I grew up in that town.

I’m trying to imagine how so many people could now inhabit the place that the state park rangers can’t control Scantic Park.

But then […]