Saturday, September 20, 2008

Elite Planned Depopulation

Ever heard this mystery? Some random rich dude walks into a itty-bitty Georgia town, smacks down a ton of cash and hires a company to erect a big creepy, dictatorial Stonehenge-looking thing on some farmer's land?

"In June 1979, an unknown group hired Elberton Granite Finishing Company to build the structure."

The Georgia Guidestones are filled with all sorts of touchy-feely pseudo-libertarian and enlightenment phrases, which is almost (but not quite) enough to make you forget that it's a list of dictates, and that the very first one presents a very interesting problem:


The current population of the Earth is 6.7 billion. To initiate the first dictate would require removal of 6.2 billion people, then they can proceed with maintaining it.

Long has the elite concerned itself with the rampant growth of the wretched masses. Even before industrialization allowed for exponential population growth they were thinking ahead.

"The English political economist and demographer Thomas Robert Malthus FRS (13 February 1766 – 23 December[1] 1834) expressed views on population growth and noted the potential for populations to increase rapidly, and often faster than the food supply available to them. Commentators may refer to such a runaway scenario, as outlined in Malthus's treatise An Essay on the Principle of Population, as a 'Malthusian catastrophe'."

In the 19th century, a movement grew from the revelations of Darwin and rapidly gained popularity among the ruling class who were concerned over the quickly changing technological world which would allow for those dirty subjects to run wild in ever more expanding numbers.

"Eugenics is a social philosophy which advocates the improvement of human hereditary traits through various forms of intervention.[2] Throughout history, eugenics has been regarded by its various advocates as a social responsibility, an altruistic stance of a society, meant to create healthier, stronger and/or more intelligent people, to save resources, and lessen human suffering."

From it's modern inception by Sir Francis Galton, eugenics has captivated everyone from the intellectual elite (H.G. Wells, Jack London, George Bernard Shaw) to the political. (Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger) It all sounds lovely and charming, until you realize that it was the justification for forced sterilization in the US (see Wilson link above) as well as Nazi Germany. No one should be singled out, however. The US allied with the USSR, and Stalin had slaughtered seven million in the Ukraine. Eugenics was an open, active, supported issue for the global ruling class until WWII made it fall out of favor. The global elite held the strings of both sides in that horrible war, but the elites did not retire their plans. They simply morphed...

"...Population control today - and the corresponding environmental movements - grew out of the post WWII shift from eugenics to Malthusian programs. The line connecting eugenicists to population control is unmistakable. Population reduction is being used by the elite as a weapon of war against competition, as an assurance of continued domination..."

Yeah, and that pretty much sums it up. What a better excuse to slaughter a couple (or 6.2) billion humans than ecological catastrophe? Terrified, TV-mind controlled zombies will never dare question the blatant and utterly obvious lie: The people in control who cause all the problems are the only answers to them.