A War That No One Wins
By V. Vernon Woolf, Ph.D.
Every day at least one train, loaded with heroin, crosses
the boarder from China into Russia. Boarder guards in the
city of Khabarovsk (“Ha-bar-off-sk”) are well paid for ignoring
these “White Powder” trains and its “product” is soon distributed
through highly organized multi-level marketing network that
now spans the globe. The primary target of the multi-level
marketing is elementary children from 8 to 12 years of age.
“Parties” are held and “free candy” is given to those who
bring five or more of their friends. The candy is laced
with heroin. The White Powder trains are part of a war.
It is a war based upon a 2000 year plan and it is a war
that no one can win.
One of the back doors from China to the world is through
their boarder with Russia. On this boarder is the city of
Khabarovsk, about one days ride west on the Trans Siberian
railroad from Vladevestok on Russia’s eastern coast. I became
interested in Khabarovsk as the result of a holodynamist
(Olga Polina) who went from door to door in that city, recruiting
support so the Holodynamic courses could be taught there.
Her first recruit was Tatyana Chepel, a psychiatric nurse
in the local mental hospital. Tatyana agreed to sponsor
a course and arranged for a week-long seminar. I was recruited
as the facilitator.
It was 35 degrees below zero when I stepped off the plane
in Khabarovsk. Snow, wind and bitter cold were on the weather
menu every day I was there. I visited the mental hospital.
It was like a cheap motel with single rooms attached to
a central hall. In the rooms were only beds. Nothing else.
People were confined to their rooms. Tatyana explained that
the staff was so depressed they had all taken LSD a few
weeks earlier to see if they could find some method of being
successful with their patients. “Nothing was working” she
explained. When I asked how her “trip” on LSD went, she
laughed and said “It was total misery. We all had bad trips.”
She said with genuine concern, “Olga said you could bring
us happiness and I wanted to meet the man who could bring
Because Holodynamics produces highly self-motivated people,
Tatyana almost immediately came into conflict with the “hospital”
administrator. If she was going to insist on holding a seminar
and attending it, she could no longer work at the hospital.
She resigned her position and sponsored the seminar. Thus
began the Holodynamic program in Khabarovsk. Tatyana is
a natural leader and the community responded well to her
tireless efforts. Within months of that first seminar, she
opened a Holodynamic Center, the first in the Far East,
and in later months, helped begin programs in all seven
of the major cities in the Far East. Three cities now have
Holodynamic Centers and all have working programs at the
time of this writing.
On my next visit to Khabarovsk I learned about the White
Powder Trains. I also learned that the head of the Board
of Education for Khabarovsk is also director of the community
martial arts school. About three dozen young men, all trained
in the martial arts, and all drug free, are the personal
body guards of this man. Now why would the head of the Board
of Education need a small army of young men, all in their
late teens or early twenties, to serve as his personal body
guards? Because this same man is the Drug Lord of Far East
Russia and his organization is in charge of the White Powder
trains. I called a meeting.
The room for the meeting was small and about 40 leading
citizens of Khabarovsk were in attendance. The meeting opened
with Tatyana introducing me and turning the time over to
me. Immediately, before I could say anything, the Drug Lord
stood and welcomed everyone and said how impressed he was
that such a distinguished group could be pulled together
to hear from such a distinguished guest. He then said in
good English, “Dr. Woolf, are you not the same Dr. Woolf
that has received the highest award the world has to offer?”
The room was silent and I was a little confused. “I don’t
know what you mean?” I responded. “Ah,” he said, “I mean
are you the man to whom this book refers as having won the
Nobel Prize?” Now I was really confused. He could see my
confusion and, with a slight smile, he held up a book written
by Valerie, who was a visionary man, one totally devoted
to Holodynamics. I had never read the book but, fortunately,
I had heard Valerie had written a book. “He writes,” the
man said, “and I quote, Dr. Woolf has received the Nobel
“Well I am the man he writes about,” I answered, “because
I know of this man and I knew he had written a book but
I have not read the book. It is in Russian and I do not
yet read Russian. But he is in error. I have never received
the Nobel Prize and it is not in my ambition to attain such
honor. I cannot be responsible for every person who decides
to write a book. I can, now that I know about it, have him
correct his text. Thank you for asking.” I then went on,
“I am here because Khabarovsk and Russia face an opportunity
for growth that is unparalleled in history.” Our discussion
then focused on education, social restructuring, and maintaining
a drug free society. I learned later that the Drug Lord
had offered to take charge of the program to end the White
Powder Train crossings at the boarder.
The Russian sell-out of their own people leaves vast regions
of that country devoid of their best minds in the future.
The gradual infusion of Chinese from across the boarder
soon turns the country into a natural population of Chinese.
Weakened by a government in transition, immobilized by profiteers,
dulled into apathy by so many years of propaganda, and burdened
by an education system that lacks funds, focus and a sense
of well being, the youth are extra vulnerable to drugs.
They are virtually, without leadership.
I made it a point to visit their schools. Sometimes you
can smell the school from several blocks away. Frozen pipes,
toilets that don’t work and kids who have to go, make for
a mess that does not go away. Central heating that breaks
down for weeks at a time, teachers who make the equivalent
of $20USA per month and haven’t been paid for almost a year,
and students who have lost the leadership of home or community.
Usually the schools have a total lack of teaching materials.
The chalkboards are 50 years old, cracked and bent with
age. The chalk comes in yellow cubes and any attempt to
write upon the chalkboard is futile because there are so
many cracks and no way to clean the board, so writing can
barely be discerned. Still the few remaining teachers gather
their students, often heavily clothed, shivering from cold,
and, with a few items brought from home or from around the
neighborhood, without funds, they teach.
Meanwhile the tracks of the White Powder Trains sink deep
into the hills of North East China. Entire communities have,
over the decades, stop growing other crops and most of the
land is used for the growing of poppies. It will take, even
on the best of terms, more decades to switch back the land
to alternative crops. It is like a great machine, the growing
of the poppy crops, the refining of the heroin, the transporting,
distribution and sales, that has developed over time, into
a global network. It is a network that has declared a silent
war on humankind. It is a war that no one can win. It is
a war that drains human vitality, enslaves people to a slow
death, creates most of the crime in America (and I assume,
elsewhere) as addicts try to pay to maintain their life
style, and leaves the future without its most valuable resource
– human resources.
In opposition to the vast fields of poppies, in the center
of the city of Khabarovsk, nestled in among the larger commercial
buildings, is a little Holodynamic center. There a handful
of people are teaching others, counseling educators, encouraging
spiritual leaders, holding meetings, sponsoring ecological
awareness, modeling how to get high on life, creating the
opportunity to connect with hyperspacial dimensions and
learn the leadership skills that will build a better future.
While not far away, over the hill, the White Powder Trains
slip quietly through the city, depositing their product
at every stop, part of a war which no one can win.
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