October 1, 2008
In this vintage speech from the mid-1990s, David Rockefeller urges the world to curb population growth and implement control measures via global regulatory bodies such as the United Nations.
‘Stabilizing population’ ultimately means, despite any feel good intentions, sterilization, vaccinations, encouraging abortions, using ‘food as a weapon,’ viewing disease, war and pestilence as a satisfactory means of natural correction and more (abuses in the Third World remain widespread). While philanthropic world organizations appear kindly, their net effect in the countries and regions they service has often been devastating to the sovereignty of individual human bodies, to local religious cultures and to developing nations in general. And what’s more, these aims are always achieved by ever-greater control by world governmental bodies– who have repeatedly demonstrated they warrant no trust or support.
While Rockefeller’s speech perhaps neutralizes the negative effects of his and other globalists’ policies, the general optimism he portrays in general policy terms may be but a euphemism for crimes against humanity over the past years through the developing world.
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This article was posted: Wednesday, October 1, 2008 at 6:35 pm