October 25, 2014
I am stating below some apparently unconnected facts. It will be your job as a reader to find the common thread connecting them.
Fact: In the past forty years, most of American presidents, vice-presidents, Secretaries of State, National Security Advisors, CIA Directors, Supreme Court judges, high ranking Pentagon officers, Federal Reserve Bank and IRS directors are members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Most high circulation newspapers, magazines, TV networks and publishing houses are CFR corporate members. Also, most influential journalists are CFR members. This verifiable fact has made many Americans suspect that the CFR is the true Invisible Government of the United States.
Fact: The CFR is the creation of the Rockefellers and other Wall Street bankers.
Fact: Many key CFR members believe that population growth is the greatest threat to planet Earth.
1952. Frederick Osborn (CFR), John D. Rockefeller III (CFR), and John Foster Dulles (CFR), found the Population Council in New York with financial assistance of the Rockefeller family. Its first trustees include Lewis Strauss (CFR), financial adviser of Laurance Rockefeller (CFR), and Frank W. Notestein (CFR) as scientific adviser. The Population Council’s principles hold that population growth is a source of instability, not only in the Third World, but also in the U.S., and one of its avowed goals is to “discourage births among the socially handicapped” in the United States.
1960. April. Foreign Affairs, the CFR’s official organ, publishes “Purpose and Policy,” an article by Nelson Rockefeller (CFR), where he warns about the “population explosion.”
1962. In an address to the UN, Assistant Secretary of State Richard Gardner (CFR) announces that the U.S. is willing to provide information and assistance to other governments “about alternative methods of family planning that are consistent with different economic, social, cultural and religious circumstances.” David Bell (CFR), administrator of the federal foreign assistance program, declares that Gardner’s speech “defines U.S. policy on population growth.” He pledges $500,000 in U.S. aid to the CFR-controlled World Health Organization for fertility-control research.
1965. Senator Ernest Gruening (CFR) holds a long hearing on his Birth Control Information Bill. Over 100 witnesses, among them Congressman George H.W. Bush (CFR), offer testimony supporting the idea that population growth is out of control and must be stopped.
1966. Secretary of State Dean Rusk (CFR) appoints a Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Population Affairs.
1967. The General Assembly of the United Nations establishes a commission in the U.S., the National Policy Panel headed by John D. Rockefeller III. The Commission’s publish a report calling upon the UN to give greater weight to the problem of population growth.
1967. The General Assembly of the United Nations establishes a commission in the U.S., the National Policy Panel, headed by John D. Rockefeller III. The Commission’s publishes a report calling upon the UN to give greater weight to the problem of population growth.
1968. July 30. Congressman George H. W. Bush (CFR) comments on the subject of population control: “The problem of population growth is skyrocketing. ... Birth control must come swiftly to stave off the number of future mouths which will feed on an ever-decreasing proportion of food.”
1968. Robert McNamara is appointed head of the CFR-controlled World Bank. Claiming that population growth represents a greater threat to man’s survival than nuclear war, he steers the World Bank into promoting population control in the Third World as a requisite to obtain World Bank loans.
1968. CFR member Hugh Moore launches his Campaign to Check the Population Explosion. The Campaign publishes full-page ads in New York Times, a CFR corporate member, bearing such headlines as “Pope denounces birth control as millions starve.” Signers of the ads include CFR members William Draper, Eugene Black, Robert McNamara, Winthrop Aldrich, Lammot du Pont Copeland, Thomas Cabot and David Lilienthal
1969. At the urging of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (CFR) and John D. Rockefeller III (CFR), president Richard Nixon (CFR) calls for the creation of a Commission on Population Growth and the American Future. Led by congressman George H.W. Bush (CFR), Congress quickly complies. Rockefeller is appointed to chair the commission.
1969. July 30. In remarks to the House, representative George H.W. Bush (CFR) likens the fight against polio to the crusade to reduce the world’s population, urging the federal government to step up population control efforts. Other CFR agents, including Senators Walter Mondale (CFR) and Ernst Gruening (CFR), embrace the “limits to growth” CFR’s agenda.
1970. John D. Rockefeller III (CFR) is appointed president of the newly-created National Commission for Population Growth and America’s Future.
1970. In his first speech as U.S. Ambassador to the UN, George H.W. Bush (CFR) promotes his position on population and environmental policy:
The population problem is no longer a private matter. In a world of nearly 4 billion people, population growth and how to restrain it are public concerns that command the attention of national and international leaders. ... It is quite clear that one of the major challenges of the 1970s will be to curb the world’s fertility.
CFR agents Dennis and Donella Meadows publish the Rockefeller sponsored
study The Limits to Growth. According to the Study, the earth
is overpopulated, and our only hope for survival is Zero Population Growth.
1973. In his foreword to the book World Population Crisis: The U.S. Response, George H.W. Bush writes: “In a word of 4 billion people, population growth and how to restrain it are public concerns. ... One of the major challenges to the 1970s will be to curb the world’s fertility.”
1975. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger establishes a policy-planning group in the U.S. State Department's Office of Population Affairs. The group prepares the “GLOBAL 2000,” a depopulation document. Depopulation policy becomes the top priority under the NSC agenda, Club of Rome and U.S. policymakers and CFR agents like Gen. Alexander Haig, Cyrus Vance, Ed Muskie and Kissinger. World Bank President Robert McNamara (CFR) declares that the “population crisis” is the biggest threat to civilization, and a greater threat to U.S. national security interests than nuclear annihilation
1975. One of the volumes published under the CFR’s “1980s Project,” Six Billion People: Demographic Dilemmas and World Politics, calls for the de-urbanization of the Third World to curb population growth, concluding that “in a world of rapidly increasing population it is not possible to curb population growth without restricting some elements of freedom.”
1981. The Population Crisis Committee, an organization founded by the Bushes’ (CFR) longtime friend Gen. William Draper (CFR), argued for increased funding for population reduction in Third World countries on the following grounds:
“Some 30 developing countries are sources of oil, minerals, and other natural resources essential to the US economy and defense, or they occupy important strategic locations. The population of these countries is doubling every 20-35 years.”
1981. June 30. During an interview, former Undersecretary of State George Ball (CFR) expresses his opinion on population control:
“Overpopulation of the Third World is the single most important strategic issue facing the United States today, but control over immigrants cannot be separated from control over our own population. ... The Mexican population growth is like acid rain pollution; it floats across borders and can’t be dealt with just in Mexico. Overpopulation is a form of pollution and we can’t have ourselves destroyed by this influx.”
1982. March 9. According to World Bank President Robert McNamara (CFR): “Overpopulation and rapid demographic growth in Mexico is already today one of the major threats to the national security of the United States.”
1983. In testimony to Congress, Secretary of State George Schultz (CFR) asserts that “rampant population growth ... poses a mayor long-term threat to political stability and our planet’s resource base.”
1992. Maurice Strong (CFR), Secretary General of the Earth Summit II, The UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro, addresses the gathering, declaring that the only hope for the planet is the collapse of industrial civilization. The Conference produces the Biodiversity Treaty and a program called Agenda 21. According to Agenda 21, population growth is one of the primary driving forces of environmental degradation.
1992. The Winter issue of Foreign Affairs publishes and article by Michael S. Teitelbaum titled “The Population Bomb.”
1993. In a commentary published in the Washington Post (a CFR corporate member), Jessica Matthews (CFR), vice-president of he World Resources Institute, one of the most influential zero-growth outfits, says that she has “reasons to be hopeful” that ex-president George H.W. Bush (CFR) will continue his advocacy for family planning and population control, adding,
“In the 1960s and 70s, Bush had not only embraced the use for domestic and international family planning, he had aggressively sought to be its champion. ... As a member of the Ways and Means Committee, Rep. Bush shepherded the first major breakthrough in domestic family planning legislation in 1967. ... On the international front, [Bush] recommended that the U.S. support the United Nations population fund. ... He urged in the strongest words, that the U.S. and European countries make contraceptives available “on a massive scale,” to all those who want them. In his defining maiden speech as U.S representative to the UN, Ambassador Bush named population and environment as top priorities.”
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Servando Gonzalez, is a Cuban-born American writer, historian, semiologist and intelligence analyst. He has written books, essays and articles on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics. Servando is the author of Historia herética de la revolución fidelista, Observando, The Secret Fidel Castro: Deconstructing the Symbol, The Nuclear Deception: Nikita Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis and La madre de todas las conspiraciones: Una novela de ideas subversivas, all available at Amazon.com.
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