Spirit Daily, November 12, 2014

It was hard to believe, wasn’t it, that Bill Gates of Microsoft, now the world’s leading philanthropist, was recorded saying, “The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s heading 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 ten or fifteen percent.”

A great job on new vaccines? What does that have to do with reducing the population?

Perhaps a lot — startlingly.

We gave Bill the benefit of the doubt, figuring this was perhaps a slip of the tongue. To believe otherwise seemed a step toward the cynical — even a bit on the order of paranoia, one might reckon.

Less so now — not with the reports out of Kenya that an antigen which causes miscarriages has been found in vaccination (for tetanus) administered by two agencies associated with the United Nations, the World Health Organization and UNICEF.

We found a press release from his foundation in 2005 saying that UNICEF “received today a $26 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The gift will be used in the fight to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT), a disease that was responsible in 1998 for more than 300,000 deaths in developing nations. Although tetanus killed just one newborn in the U.S. last year, it is one of the world’s most serious diseases that afflicts infants and their mothers.”

The Gates Foundation funded the vaccine now cited as containing the antigen that causes miscarriage.

These vaccines, it seems, have been administered only to young women of child-bearing age — a million thus far, with more than a million more planned in that nation alone.

The antigen (known as human chorionic gonadatropin, or HCG), basically renders a woman infertile after a certain period of time (without her knowing it). Doctors and bishops in Kenya are speaking loudly against it.  It was the Catholic Church that discovered the antigen. “The Church struggled and acquired several vials of the vaccine, which we sent to four unrelated government and private laboratories in Kenya and abroad,” they said in a statement. “We want to announce here, that all the tests showed that the vaccine used in Kenya in March and October 2014 was indeed laced with the Beta-HCG hormone.”

Let that sink in a moment.

Gates and wife Melinda are famous advocates of population control — at the same time that they pour millions into life-saving vaccines — particularly in places like Africa. We ran into a small group of men from the Gates Foundation some years back during a visit to Rwanda. The foundation works alongside W.H.O.

“Nearly two hundred countries around the globe have endorsed a shared vision — known as the Decade of Vaccines—to extend the benefits of vaccines to every person by 2020 and thereby save more than twenty million lives,” says the foundation website.

Gates has doubtless saved many lives, and for that he should be applauded. In that regard, he seems well-meaning. He could be living on some idyllic mega-yacht, instead of traipsing across the hinterlands. He is said even to attend Mass, at least on occasion, with his Catholic wife. At least, he believes in it as a discipline.

But he is now walking in the same footsteps as billionaires before him. Are the vaccines he financed the ones laced with Beta-HCG? (And if so, Melinda, are you really Catholic?) Meanwhile, both Gates and best friend Warren Buffet pump millions into Planned Parenthood.

As one report states: “The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation has traditionally dedicated itself to easily-treated infectious diseases that still persist in the developing world. Although the foundation gave $50 million to fight Ebola, that pales in comparison to the $200 million it pledged to fight malaria this year.”

They are really into vaccinations. Maybe it’s because, as also reported, “he has seen that by improving health and education, population decreases as parents decide to have less children.”

Other philanthropists such as those behind the Rockefeller Foundation have long been suspected of using vaccinations to cause infertility in places such as Nicaragua.

The Rockefellers allegedly have exerted much influence over the World Health Organization.

Do they discuss this sort of thing at secret gatherings such as the Bilderberg Group or Bohemian Grove (where the idea for the Manhattan Project was first bandied about)? We may have a special report on these groups soon.

Former National Security superstar Henry Kissinger — long associated with the Rockefellers — once argued that the world population should be reduced by five hundred million by the year 2000 and that the food supply should be controlled by the United States. A memo to that effect outlined a strategy of promoting fertility control under the rubric of “family planning” and hiding it in foreign aide programs.

Investigative author F. William Engdahl has pointed out that the policy of the Rockefeller elite consisted of adopting a “world population plan of action” for drastic global population reduction policies in order to preserve resources and maintain order [see an article we carried some years back].

“The secret Kissinger plan was implemented immediately,” says Engdahl in his book, which deeply documents and focuses on the global purveyance of genetically-modified food. “The thirteen priority countries for population reduction were to undergo drastic changes in their affairs over the following thirty years. Most would not even be aware of what was happening.”

Few can doubt that population is a problem in many regions (where there is a dearth of good drinking water and food; witness the bouts with famine, as well as disease).

But this is nefarious. Birth control is not the answer — and secret infertility most certainly is not. How involved is Gates in such programs in India — where twenty-two women died this week at one sterilization clinic? Human Life International once reported that “the British government, co-sponsor of Melinda Gates’ birth control project, was recently found to be funding a forced sterilization campaign in India.” No smoking gun, but it raises a bunch of questions.

It is shocking to realize how many high-ranking U.S. officials have come from the Rockefeller Foundation or other Rockefeller-linked organizations and the extent to which such hidden elements in America sought to reduce global population, fearing that a large population would consume valuable natural resources and upset the balance of power (and their wealth).

Noted Engdahl: “The Brazilian government [for example] was shocked to find that an estimated 44 percent of all Brazilian women aged between 14 and 55 had been permanently sterilized. Most of the older women had been sterilized when the program began in the mid-1970s.”

Those sterilizations — carried out by organizations such as the International Planned Parenthood Federation and Family Health International — were all under the direction of the U.S. Agency for International Development.

The thirteen priority countries: India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Turkey, Egypt, Mexico, Ethiopia, and Colombia, as well as Brazil. Are Kenya and other nations now on that list? Two hundred?

Others, including a Texas professor, have actually proposed using bacteria and viruses to lower the population.

Ebola, anyone?


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