By Philip Jones 7th June 2009
To Kill a Tree
“Factor VI : The Cattle. Those who will not use their brains are no better off than those who have no brains, and so this mindless school of jelly-fish, father, mother, son, and daughter, become useful beasts of burden or trainers of the same.”
This is how the Illuminati Elite view mankind. It is an excerpt from a Top Secret policy document produced at the first Bilderberg meeting in 1954, and Fritz Springmeier exposes it’s contents and proposals in some detail in his book; `Be Wise As Serpents`.
In this the fourth part in the series, `To Kill A Tree,` we will look at how the Depopulation Agenda has gone global, and show that the populations of the developing world are now firmly in the line of fire. We will see how women both here in the West and in the Third World are being targeted by `Big Pharma` conglomerates and how vaccine programmes are being used to induce sterility in the female of our species. But first, let’s take a look at the underlying ideology to what the Danish researcher Kjeld Heising calls the Global War Against Women, or `Pharmageddon`.
During the latter half of the twentieth century, the Illuminati was able to massively increase its own wealth and global influence through its monopoly on oil, made possible due to its interconnection with the Saudi Royal family. At the same time, in order to consolidate its global power base, it worked towards undermining and corrupting governments and leaders in the developing nations resulting in the steady impoverishment of the Third World in the process. With the West depopulating itself, and it’s culture in crisis, the Illuminists shifted focus opening up this new front in their `quiet war` against humankind, moving themselves ever closer towards to the establishment of a single world order.
The core underlying philosophy of their global strategy in respect to this `quiet war` is known as Malthusianism. Named after the eighteenth century British scholar, Thomas Malthus, it was implemented through the activities of the Round Table, via their active sponsorship of the Fabian Socialist Society of England.
The Fabian Society were socialists whose strategy deviated from that of Marx insomuch as they believed they could achieve world domination through what they termed the “doctrine of inevitability of gradualism.” By this, they meant that their goals would eventually be achieved “without breach of continuity or abrupt change of the entire social issue.” They would do this by infiltrating educational institutions, government agencies, and political parties.
Thomas Robert Malthus:
The Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus (13 February 1766 – 23 December 1834) was a British Scholar who came to prominence for drawing attention to what he imagined to be the potential dangers of population growth. Malthus wrote: “The power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to produce subsistence for man”. Malthus became hugely influential, and controversial, in economic, political, social and scientific thought. Many evolutionary biologists read him, notably Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace, for each of whom Malthusianism became an intellectual stepping-stone to the idea of natural selection.
In 1798, he published a pamphlet known as the Essay on Population. According to Malthus, “population, when unchecked, increases in a geometrical ratio. Subsistence increases only in an arithmetical ratio.” Therefore, Malthus concluded that society should adopt certain social policies to prevent the human population from growing disproportionately larger than the food supply.
Some of his predictions came true, but the effects were negligible in the West. The world food production grows exponentially at a rate much higher than the population growth, in both developed and developing countries, partially due to the efforts of Norman Borlaug‘s “Green Revolution” of the 1960s, and the food per capita level is the highest in history. On the other hand population growth rates have significantly slowed down, and have even begun to fall, especially in the developed world. Famine has not been eliminated, but its root cause is political instability, not global food shortage
Although Malthus’ theories have been largely discredited, he continues to be revered by population alarmists and environmentalists alike, and the ever cynical global elite are still able to make use of his ideas to add credence to their population control programmes and justify their genocidal depopulation agenda.
Comment from Leslie
Radical – I know – but the theory is out there – and based on history. The more we know – the more we can be aware and alert as to why our freedoms are being taken away.