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“…The first task is population control at home. How do we go about it? Many of my colleagues feel that some sort of compulsory birth regulation would be necessary to achieve such control. One plan often mentioned involves the addition of temporary sterilants to water supplies or staple food. Doses of the antidote would be carefully rationed by the government to produce the desired population size.” – Paul Ehrlich, The Population Bomb, p.130-131
“If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.” - Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife Fund – quoted in “Are You Ready For Our New Age Future?,” Insiders Report, American Policy Center, December ’95
“A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.” – Ted Turner – CNN founder and UN supporter – quoted in the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, June ’96
“The world has a cancer, and that cancer is man.” – Merton Lambert, former spokesman for the Rockefeller foundation
“In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.” – Jacques Cousteau
“Eugenic goals are most likely to be attained under another name than eugenics.” - Frederick Osborn
“Eugenics views itself as the fourth leg of the chair of civilization, the other three being a) a thrifty expenditure of natural resources, b) mitigation of environmental pollution, and c) maintenance of a human population not exceeding the planet’s carrying capacity. Eugenics, which can be thought of as human ecology, is thus part and parcel of the environmental movement.”
- John Glad “Future Human Evolution: Eugenics in the Twenty-First Century.”
"The general philosophy of UNESCO should be a scientific world humanism, global in extent and evolutionary in background...its education program it can stress the ultimate need for world political unity and familiarize all peoples with the implications of the transfer of full sovereignty from separate nations to a world organization...Political unification in some sort of world government will be required...Tasks for the media division of UNESCO (will be) to promote the growth of a common outlook shared by all nations and cultures...to help the emergence of a single world culture....Even though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable."
- The first director -general of UNESCO Sir Julian Huxley, 1948, "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy."
The role of education is to awaken the young to the consciousness
of their responsibilities. It is the coming generations whose
task it will be to strengthen international organizations and
ensure their growth.
Now, all geographical studies reveal the
following undeniable truths:
Education and peace
1. In order to live and to improve their standards of living,
men are engaged in a struggle with, or against, nature. To
be sure, conditions vary according to the regions involved,
but the adventure and the efforts made are common to all
and, to a greater or a lesser degree, benefit all mankind.
2. No free, peaceful nation can any longer be self-sufficient. To
live and to prosper, they all stand in need of one another.
3. Thanks to science and to technology the Earth has now assumed
human proportions (that is why man, today, has
launched out into the conquest of space). The achievement
of the economic and political organization of the world may
now be conceived as close at hand, bringing benefit to all.
Resistance must be overcome at every level .... if all educators, at every level, are to cultivate an open-minded attitude towards the problems of the world of today and toward the values of development.
Little by little, alongside of our classrooms, we have seen the growth of a ‘parallel’, fascinating, and more attractive type of schooling, since its activities are deployed on many a different stage: radio, television, the motion picture, magazines. The formal and somewhat arid knowledge imparted to children at school grows dim and falters when faced with the competition of these new media of information and education, anathema and objects of scorn to the traditional teachers. The degree of their hostility may be measured by the slow-too slow-accept- ance of audio-visual aids in teaching.
Resistance from the family
Parents, on the other hand, are deeply concerned about the
different measures which are gradually eroding their freedom
of choice: by means of guidance processes the school authorities
determine the type of studies for which a pupil is best suited,
and impose their decision on the parents ; the same authorities
establish school districts, beyond the boundaries of which parents
may not stray in favour of a school which they consider better
for their child. The last paragraph of Article 26 of the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights-‘ Parents have a prior right
to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their
children’-is thus set at naught. There is no doubt at all that,
in many countries, between 1948 and 1968, family rights have
been whittled down, while the power of the State has been
The drafters of the Universal Declaration were obsessed
by memories of Nazi and Fascist totalitarian methods, of State
control imposed upon little children of 7, of the brutal subjection
to which parents were submitted. If freedom was to be restored
it seemed imperative that the child should be wholly restored
to the family.
Since those days, things have indeed changed: we now face
the danger of being swamped by quantity; well-tried and trusted
methods are threatened by the complex nature of modern
society. The growing multitudes of the young must somehow
be regulated, in order that order and efficiency may be restored
to education, that individual aptitudes may be developed and that
economic and social needs may be met. In the same measure
as the duties, the responsibilities and the financial commitments
of the State increase, so must its control and its policies become
For that matter, submission to administrative control is not
unavoidable. If they recoil in shock and horror when informed
that their child should be given a technical training-their
child whom they intended to send to one of the schools enjoying
most prestige, for education at the highest intellectual level-
parents can, in many countries, appeal against such a decision,
either by agreeing that their offspring should take the entrance
examinations for the institution of their choice, or by entering
him in a private school. These options provide no mean safetyvalves
against educational reforms put into effect by the State.
Parents are often blind, and control is not necessarily against
the child’s interest. But in such cases too it is preferable not to
force families’ hands, and rather to seek their acceptance of the
new systems imposed by the facts of life. Parent-teacher associations
can play a very useful part in this regard.
This explains why parents should be fully informed about
their children’s aptitudes, the direction in which they may best
be guided, the various openings for which this or that type of
studies may prepare. Th is can be achieved by the organization
of school and university guidance centres, and by increased
contacts between parents and teachers. The school has everything
to gain from closer acquaintance with the parents; the
parents stand to benefit from fuller knowledge of the problems
of the school.
Co-operation between school and family is on the increase;
and this co-operation will dissipate the apparent contravention
of Article 26.
After his famous book The Population Bomb was published in 1968, he has fallen somewhat in credibility for the world kept on turning and mankind is apparently still around, despite of the doom predicted. In 1969 Ehrlich predicted that ““smog disasters” in 1973 might kill 200,000 people in New York and Los Angeles” and “By 1985 enough millions will have died to reduce the earth’s population to some acceptable level, like 1.5 billion people”.
As first reported by FrontPage Magazine, Holdren and his co-authors spend a portion of the book discussing possible government programs that could be used to lower birth rates.
Those plans include forcing single women to abort their babies or put them up for adoption; implanting sterilizing capsules in people when they reach puberty; and spiking water reserves and staple foods with a chemical that would make people sterile.
To help achieve those goals, they formulate a “world government scheme” they call the Planetary Regime, which would administer the world’s resources and human growth, and they discuss the development of an “armed international organization, a global analogue of a police force” to which nations would surrender part of their sovereignty.
In 1969, writing with Paul R. Ehrlich, Holdren claimed that, "if the population control measures are not initiated immediately, and effectively, all the technology man can bring to bear will not fend off the misery to come." In 1973 Holdren encouraged a decline in fertility to well below replacement in the United States, because "210 million now is too many and 280 million in 2040 is likely to be much too many". Currently, the U.S. population is 306,900,000. In 1977 he co-authored (with Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich) Ecoscience, which discussed the possible role of a "planetary regime" in enforcing population control. Also discussed was the possibility of adding a sterilant to drinking water; "Adding a sterilant to drinking water or staple foods is a suggestion that seems to horrify people more than most proposals for involuntary fertility control. Indeed, this would pose some very difficult political, legal, and social questions, to say nothing of the technical problems. No such sterilant exists today, nor does one appear to be under development. To be acceptable, such a substance would have to meet some rather stiff requirements: it must be uniformly effective, despite widely varying doses received by individuals, and despite varying degrees of fertility and sensitivity among individuals; it must be free of dangerous or unpleasant side effects; and it must have no effect on members of the opposite sex, children, old people, pets, or livestock.".
The 1940s saw Monsanto become a leading manufacturer of plastics, including polystyrene, and synthetic fibers. Since then, it has remained one of the top 10 US chemical companies. Other major products have included the herbicides 2,4,5-T, DDT, and Agent Orange used primarily during the Vietnam War as a defoliant agent (later found to be contaminated during manufacture with highly carcinogenic dioxin), the artificial sweetener aspartame (NutraSweet), bovine somatotropin (bovine growth hormone (BST)), and PCBs. Also in this decade, Monsanto operated the Dayton Project, and later Mound Laboratories in Miamisburg, Ohio, for the Manhattan Project, the development of the first nuclear weapons and, after 1947, the Atomic Energy Commission.
Monsanto began manufacturing DDT in 1944, along with some 15 other companies. This insecticide was much-welcomed in the fight against malaria-transmitting mosquitoes. The use of DDT in the U.S. was banned by Congress in 1972, due in large part to efforts by environmentalists, who persisted in the challenge put forth by Rachel Carson and her book Silent Spring in 1962, which sought to inform the public of the side effects associated with DDT. As the decade ended, Monsanto acquired American Viscose from England's Courtauld family in 1949.
In 1954, Monsanto partnered with German chemical giant Bayer to form Mobay and market polyurethanes in the US.
Monsanto was a pioneer of optoelectronics in the 1970s. In 1968 they became the first company to start mass production of (visible) Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), using gallium arsenide phosphide. This ushered in the era of solid-state lights. From 1968 to 1970 sales doubled every few months. Their products (discrete LEDs and seven-segment numeric displays) became the standards of industry. The primary markets then were electronic calculators, digital watches, and digital clocks.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Monsanto became one of 10-36 producers of Agent Orange for US Military operations in Vietnam.
In 1980, Monsanto established the Edgar Monsanto Queeny safety award in honor of its former CEO (1928–1960), to encourage accident prevention.
Monsanto scientists became the first to genetically modify a plant cell in 1982. Five years later, Monsanto conducted the first field tests of genetically engineered crops.
Monsanto relies on a shadowy army of private investigators and agents in the American heartland to strike fear into farm country. They fan out into fields and farm towns, where they secretly videotape and photograph farmers, store owners, and co-ops; infiltrate community meetings; and gather information from informants about farming activities. Farmers say that some Monsanto agents pretend to be surveyors. Others confront farmers on their land and try to pressure them to sign papers giving Monsanto access to their private records. Farmers call them the “seed police” and use words such as “Gestapo” and “Mafia” to describe their tactics.
After feeding hamsters for two years over three generations, those on the GM diet, and especially the group on the maximum GM soy diet, showed devastating results. By the third generation, most GM soy-fed hamsters lost the ability to have babies. They also suffered slower growth, and a high mortality rate among the pups.
And if this isn't shocking enough, some in the third generation even had hair growing inside their mouths--a phenomenon rarely seen, but apparently more prevalent among hamsters eating GM soy.
Originally posted by Aloysius the GaulThen they found it was making them quite famous among some circles - big fish, small pond syndrome. So they published and wrote whatever possibilites crossed they could imagine.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by pianopraze
If chemtrails are geo-engineering.
It ain't working!
20 years of...nothing!
And why would it still be top secret?
The stealth bomber wasn't even secret for that long.
All these freely available papers and articles about geo-engineering and none say they have been regularly using jet air craft to do it, barely any even suggest to use aircraft!