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Who here thinks they can actually do this, not whether they want it. Do you think they can actually put a plan into effect and actually get the results they want?
Population control for money is the easiest way to describe the new Codex which is run by the U.S. and controlled by Big Pharma and the like to reduce the population to a sustainable 500 million - a reduction of approximately 93 percent. The FAO and WHO have the audacity to estimate that by the introduction of just the vitamin and mineral guideline alone, at a minimum 3 billion deaths (1 billion from starvation and another 2 billion from preventable and degenerative diseases of under nutrition, e.g., cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes) will result.
Is it possible to get access to similar statistics for the number of deaths per day, and the cause of those deaths? It might be interesting to gather the figures for say, the last ten years and see if the major cause of death has changed and how much difference the tsunamis, earthquakes, flu etc make to the overall numbers.
The world stands at the brink of a second nuclear age. The United States and Russia remain ready to stage a nuclear attack within minutes, North Korea conducts a nuclear test, and many in the international community worry that Iran plans to acquire the Bomb. Climate change also presents a dire challenge to humanity. Damage to ecosystems is already taking place; flooding, destructive storms, increased drought, and polar ice melt are causing loss of life and property
For an overview of deaths per day I always refer to the World Population Clock-(deaths per day/ year). The site makes some fairly breathtaking reading if you haven't been there before. Adding up the figures for non-natural deaths gives us an approximate figure of 16.2 million worldwide.
Thank you very much for some very interesting reading. You're right about the above site being 'fairly breathtaking'.
It's interesting that the population is getting older - or being 'allowed' to get older in view of the debate about population reduction - as the elderly are more susceptible to flu epidemics.
IF the PTB were killing off (or about to kill off) a substantial portion of the population, they wouldn't need to be too fussy or specific about where they unleashed the flu because the people most likely to die of it would have outlived their usefulness and possibly spent most of their money.
If one was a conspiracy theorist, one might be a little suspicious