By Supreme Understanding
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation recently hosted a presentation on how ultrasonic frequencies could be used to sterilize men from a distance. Yes, you read that right. I can only imagine how they would use that…and who they’d use that against. Doesn’t sound like something “good guy” Bill Gates would be into? You have no idea. In addition to this sterilization program (which would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed against a man’s scrotum to render him infertile as a sort of “temporary castration”), the foundation also funded a new “sweat-triggered vaccine delivery” program based on “nanoparticles that penetrate the skin through hair follicles and burst upon contact with human sweat to release vaccines.” According to Gates, he’s raising money to develop vaccine programs “designed to protect children in developing countries from various diseases, including tetanus.” But the Gates tetanus program bears striking resemblance to another tetanus program that sterilized thousands of women and caused abortions in many others in the Philippines. (As reported by the BBC in conjunction with the Philippine Department of Health and the Philippine Medical Association, women in child-bearing years were given a vaccine that was combined with a chemical known as Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), an anti-pregnancy agent.). But why sterilize people? At a February 2010 TED conference, Gates talked about reducing CO2 emissions worldwide, by limiting population growth. He said:
The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent!
This “population elimination” idea may sound similar to the “conspiracy theories” about the spread of HIV in Africa (which led Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmental activist Wangari Maathai to charge that “AIDS is a biological weapon manufactured by the developed world to wipe out the Black race” although he later denied such sentiments), but the connections between the spread of smallpox vaccines and HIV in Africa were just one of many cases where Western vaccines (or other medicine) brought hidden problems with them. As recently as 2004, pharmaceutical scientist Dr. Haruna Kaita was contracted by an Islamic body to check out polio vaccines being administered by the WHO in Nigeria. After extensive and repeated tests carried out using state-of-the-art facilities in India, a shocked Dr. Kaita reported that the vaccines were laced with contaminants, some toxic and some having “direct effect on human reproductive system.”
But why sterilize people in poor countries?
Sterilization, eugenics, and population control all go hand-in-hand. It’s all about controlling who is here in 100 years. And it’s been going on for quite some time. In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population, describing his theory on how population growth will exceed earthly resources to provide food for all people. We now know that there is certainly enough food (and land) on the planet to feed everyone, and that hunger is a result of poverty and other forms of social inequity, not simply “too many people.” In fact, many European nations have 10 times more people than your average African nation with twice the land. Also, when you factor in the amount of resources it takes (fossil fuels, land, water, etc.) to feed people on a meat-heavy over-indulgent Western diet, that’s very different from what the rest of the world needs to survive.
Soon after the US State Department published the Global 2000 Report for the President in 1980 advising that the world population must be reduced by 2 billion people by the year 2000, Thomas Ferguson of the State Department Office of Population Affairs, Latin American Desk, elaborated:
There is a single theme behind all our work – we must reduce population levels. Either governments do it our way, through nice clean methods, or they will get the kinds of mess that we have in El Salvador, or in Iran or in Beirut. Population is a political problem. Once population is out of control, it requires authoritarian government, even fascism, to reduce it…Our program in El Salvador didn’t work. The infrastructure was not there to support it. There were just too goddamned many people…To really reduce population, quickly, you have to pull all the males into the fighting and you have to kill significant numbers of fertile age females…The quickest way to reduce population is through famine, like in Africa, or through disease like the Black Death.
Does this put everything in perspective for you? Does it help you understand why Gates would fund something like the programs above? Does it change the way you see all those wonderful agencies doing “healthcare” in developing countries? (Not all, of course, because there are many smaller groups that have good intentions) Does it make you think about what similar agencies are doing (and have already done) with the Black and brown communities of THIS country? Does it make you take a fresh look at why they push birth control and abortion so hard in the hood, while putting fertility clinics and sperm banks in white neighborhoods? Does it make you wonder what this rush to “stop global warming” is really about, since they’re trying to “save the planet” while getting rid of most of the people on it? As we’ll explain in depth in Chemical Genocide, this new wave of environmentalism is NOT centered on the interests of Original people. In fact, most of its strongest advocates are all FOR wiping YOU off the planet. Here are a few more quotes to think about:
“Malthus has been vindicated, reality is finally catching up with Malthus. The Third World is overpopulated, it’s an economic mess, and there’s no way they could get out of it with this fast-growing population. Our philosophy is: back to the village.” – Dr. Arne Schiotz, World Wildlife Fund Director of Conservation, 1984
“The biggest problems are the damn national sectors of these developing countries. These countries think that they have the right to develop their resources as they see fit. They want to become powers.” – Thomas Lovejoy, vice president, World Wildlife Fund U.S.A., 1984
“If we look at things causally, the bigger problem in the world is population. We must set a ceiling to human numbers. All development aid should be made dependent on the existence of strong family planning programs.” – Sir Peter Scott, chairman, World Wildlife Fund U.K., 1984
I used to get mad about those commercials pushing the plight of the polar bear, and after seeing the quotes above, I understand why. There’s more:
“It will be impossible to feel that the world is in a satisfactory state until there is a certain degree of equality, and a certain acquiescence everywhere in the power of the World Government, and this will not be possible until the poorer nations of the world have become…more or less stationary in population…If there is not to be an endless succession of wars…this will probably have to be done, in many countries, as a result of governmental measures. This will require an extension of scientific technique into very intimate matters.” – Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society, 1952
“What would it take to accelerate fertility decline in the least developed countries?” – March 2009 U.N. Population Division policy brief
“Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.” – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
“It now remains for the U.S. government to set a sensible example to the world by offering a bonus or yearly pension to all obviously unfit parents who allow themselves to be sterilized by harmless and scientific means. In this way the moron and the diseased would have no posterity to inherit their unhappy condition. The number of the feeble-minded would decrease and a heavy burden would be lifted from the shoulders of the fit.” – Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood, 1926
“All children who are born, beyond what would be required to keep up the population to a desired level, must necessarily perish…Therefore…we should facilitate…the operations of nature in producing this mortality; and if we dread the too frequent visitation of the horrid form of famine, we should sedulously encourage the other forms of destruction, which we compel nature to use. Instead of recommending cleanliness to the poor, we should encourage contrary habits. In our towns we should make the streets narrower, crowd more people into the houses, and court the return of the plague. In the country, we should build our villages near stagnant pools, and particularly encourage settlement in all marshy and unwholesome situations. But above all we should reprobate specific remedies for ravaging diseases; and restrain those benevolent, but much mistaken men, who have thought they are doing a service to mankind by protecting schemes for the total extirpation of particular disorders.” –Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Population, 1798
And one more, in case you’re unclear as to whom these undesirable people are:
“The white population of the world will soon cease to increase. The Asiatic races will be longer, and the negroes still longer, before their birth rate falls sufficiently to make their numbers stable without help of war and pestilence. Until that happens, the benefits aimed at by socialism can only be partially realized, and the less prolific (child-bearing) races will have to defend themselves by methods which are disgusting even if they are necessary.” – Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society, 1952
Be less trusting of what organizations, corporations, and even some doctors about what you should put in your body.
What Can I Do About All This?
You may have never heard of it, but the President’s Cancer Panel, which reports directly to the president – just released a new report on these chemical toxins we’ve been describing in this chapter. The landmark report evaluates current scientific evidence and the positions of over 40 experts, and concludes that public health officials have “grossly underestimated” the role environmental contaminants may be playing in the 1.5 million Americans who are diagnosed with cancer each year. The report called for stricter regulations on chemicals and safer alternatives, especially noting that these toxins are most dangerous to young children and unborn babies.
In this government-issued report, they actually admit that today’s babies are “pre-polluted” with over 300 different chemical contaminants found in the umbilical cord blood of newborn babies!
Let me repeat: These were not weirdoes and conspiracy theorists. These are mainstream, highly-respected scientists (the head of the panel is a Black man!) saying this. I hope that’s not what you needed to hear to take us seriously, but if you did, there you go. So what do you do?
Here are the President’s Cancer Panel’s recommendations (from pages 145-147 of the report) for what you can do to protect yourself and your family.
Choose foods, house and garden products, play spaces, toys, medical tests, and medicines that will minimize your kids’ exposure to toxic chemicals. (This means eating organic as much as possible and buying products that you know to be free of BPA, phthalates and other endocrine disruptors.)
Eat meat produced without antibiotics and added growth hormones. Avoid or minimize consumption of processed, charred, and well-done meats to reduce exposure to carcinogenic heterocyclic amines and polyaromatic hydrocarbons.
If you’re pregnant or thinking about it: Both mothers and fathers should avoid exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals and known or suspected carcinogens prior to a child’s conception and throughout pregnancy and early life, when risk of damage is greatest.
Take off your shoes when you enter your home, especially if you work with or around chemicals. (Wash work clothes separately from other laundry.)
Filter your tap water. And continue to choose tap water over commercially bottled water. (See, “BPA Can Make You A New Man.”)
Store food and water in containers made from stainless steel, glass, or BPA- and phthalate-free plastic.
Don’t microwave in plastic, since chemicals can leach into food when it’s heated. (See, “Plastic Poisons.”)
Stop using chemical fertilizers and pesticides on your garden to keep these chemicals from contaminating drinking water supplies.
Properly dispose of medications, household chemicals, paints and other materials to minimize drinking water and soil contamination.
Turn off lights and electrical devices when not in use to reduce your exposure to petroleum combustion by-products.
Drive a fuel-efficient car, bike or walk when possible, or use public transportation to cut the amount of toxic auto exhaust in the air.
Wear a headset when you use your cell phone, keep calls brief, and text instead of calling when possible to reduce your exposure to electromagnetic energy.
Have your home’s radon levels tested periodically.
Avoid second-hand smoke. (And don’t smoke yourself. Duh.)
Talk to your doctor about the need for tests or procedures that involve radiation exposure and keep a record of all imaging or nuclear medicine tests received and if known, the estimated radiation dose for each test.
Wear sunscreen and UV-protective clothing. (See “Skin Cancer is NOT Prejudiced”)
Tell your Congressperson to support the Safe Chemicals Act of 2010, which would overhaul the riddled-with-loopholes Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976.
Organize and educate people in your community about what’s happening.
Add many of these steps to your daily routine. Convince the people in your household of how important this is.