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Kevin Mugur Galalae

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Protecting people from governments.


The insights for this article, which is a prelude to a forthcoming book, came to
me during a 75-day hunger strike while in pre-trial detention in Canada for my
defense of human rights. During these 75 days I lost 55 pounds or 27% of my
initial body weight and came within an inch of death in my attempt to compel the
Canadian government and by extension the international community to stop
their devastating methods of population control and adopt worldwide legislation
instead. The Canadian authorities watched me wither from 206 to 150 pounds
and hoped that I would die. To keep my hunger strike secret they prevented me
from seeing the International Red Cross and the Canadian media remained
silent throughout. Despite my sacrifice, the Canadian authorities and the
international community did nothing to stop the depopulation genocide. To this
day, it proceeds as it has for the past 65 years, with complete disregard for
human life and dignity.
Since its inception in 1945, the Global Depopulation Policy has never been
exposed, even though over the course of seven decades it has gradually come to
affect every human being on the planet. It has been concealed from the world at
great cost in human life and treasure because it constitutes crimes against
humanity that are without parallel in human history. This is the first time the
Global Depopulation Policy is exposed. What you are about to read is forbidden
The following pages will forever alter your outlook and understanding of the
world and of your fellow human beings.




Since the end of the Second World War and with the formation of the United Nations in 1945,
international peace and stability have been maintained by controlling population growth.
Unbeknown to the masses, governments have used covert methods to limit births in developed
and underdeveloped countries alike and to accelerate deaths in Africa and a few critically poor
and overpopulated areas elsewhere.
Births have been prevented by interfering with the reproductive system so as to lower human
fertility, while deaths have been promoted by weakening the immune system so as to increase
morbidity and mortality.
The methods used by every country to control population growth have been dictated by the level
of development and the existing infrastructure as much as by political will or lack thereof and
have either been imposed by force and deception from the outside or adopted willingly by the
governing, military and scientific elites of nation states that have relied on the moral, technical
and monetary assistance of the United Nations, its agencies, and the greater international
Regardless of the methods used to control population and whether they are imposed or selfimposed, strict secrecy and deception have been necessary to prevent the masses from
discovering the bitter truth that for the past 68 years they have been the object of a silent and
global offensive, a campaign of attrition that has turned the basic elements of life into weapons
of mass infertility and selective death.
Without our knowledge or consent, governments the world over have subverted our reproductive
freedom and ability to procreate to achieve ambitious and necessary demographic objectives and
in the process have committed the most odious and wide-sweeping crimes in human history to
save mankind from even greater evils: nuclear annihilation, mass starvation, and environmental
devastation. The birth of nearly two billion people has been prevented and the death of half a
billion hurried. While these goals have been intentional, the architects of the Global
Depopulation Policy have unintentionally undermined the genetic and intellectual endowment of
the human species and have set back eons of natural selection. Their intentions have never been
malevolent, but the unintended results of their actions are frightening.
It is the task of this article to reveal this silent offensive’s secret methods and insidious means,
which make up the world’s greatest con, so that an awakening to the dire realities we face will
prompt each and every human being on earth to demand a share of the responsibility and
population control can be legislated across the globe, with little or no resistance, for the next
three generations or until our numbers are sufficiently low to allow humanity to live in balance
with nature and at peace with itself.
This is the only way our children will have a future and a life of dignity.



We started to become victims of our own success when science and technology gradually
enabled us to survive the natural scourges that have kept us in check throughout history:
pestilence, war, famine, and death. These four horsemen of the apocalypse have been the natural
enemies of our species. We have been waging war on them since times immemorial and, as we
have largely vanquished them, we found ourselves unchallenged on earth. We have become an
unstoppable force, absorbing earth’s space and productive capacity and displacing all other
species to make room for our ever-growing needs and numbers.

1. Physical Realities: The Cost of Ignorance
We now confront a set of physical realities that are unprecedented: overpopulation, hyperconsumption, and long life spans.
For the first 250 million years of our existence, we have struggled to survive and remained few
in numbers, reaching 500 million by the late Middle Ages. In the succeeding 300 years – from
circa 1500 A.D. to 1800 A.D. – we doubled our numbers thanks to improvements in agriculture,
transportation and distribution. Population pressures during these three centuries were relieved
by emigration to the New World.
The next doubling, from one to two billion, took only one century and occurred with the advent
of the Industrial Revolution when Europe’s population began to grow at an unprecedented pace.
Medical advances allowed most children to survive childhood while better nutrition and
sanitation extended the lifespan. Population pressures during this time were relieved by
European conquest and the exploitation of colonies in Africa and Asia.
As the benefits of science and technology became global, the surge in population became global
too and a billion people were added in only 50 years bringing the total to 3 billion by 1950.
Population pressures in this half century could no longer be absorbed by either migration or the
exploitation of colonies and this led to a bitter struggle for resources during the two world wars;
a struggle that has ravaged entire nations and killed more than 80 million people, more casualties
than all other conflicts in history combined.
Since 1950, we have added a billion new people every 10 to 15 years, bringing the total
population to 4 billion by 1970, to 5 billion by 1987, to 6 billion by 1999, and to 7 billion by


The population is expected to peak at 9 billion by 2050 and then start to decline. The reason the
population is expected to peak by 2050 is not because of prosperity and education, as we are led
to believe, but because the global elite that makes up the international community and controls
the United Nations has taken proactive measures since 1945 to ensure that resource scarcity and
national greed do not cause World War III. For better or worse we owe them six decades of
relative peace and stability, which is an extraordinary accomplishment when one considers that
this was achieved while the population has grown at the fastest pace in history.
If our leaders had taken no proactive measures to curb population growth, we would now face a
global population of 9 billion instead of 7 and our numbers would continue to double every 40
years and reach 14 billion by 2050 and 28 billion a century from now. Judging by the dismal
state of half the world’s peoples and by the alarming pace of environmental degradation, even
the current population is unsustainable.
We must not forget that even at 7 billion, half of us live in poverty or abject poverty despite the
tremendous scientific and technical advances of the past half century and that in many places on
earth conditions are so volatile and desperate that societies are on the brink of collapse. The
population explosion clearly bodes global catastrophe.

Not only has the global population grown at the fastest pace in human history during the past six
decades, but its needs per capita have also grown at the fastest pace in human history and, in fact,
at a much faster pace than the exponential population growth we have experienced. The average
modern human being consumes 100 times more resources than our forefathers a couple of
centuries ago did, and at least 5 times more resources than our grandparents did in 1950.


This means that for all intents and purposes the 7 billion people who are alive today have a much
greater impact on the planet’s ecosystems than an equivalent number of our forebears in the
distant or immediate past. Consequently, the planet is straining under our load. Soil erosion,
carbon dioxide accumulation, rapid deforestation, global warming and the melting of the polar
caps and glaciers are but some of the consequences of the environmental burden we have
become as a species. Given the impact we have on the planet at 7 billion strong, it takes no
scientist to foresee that the planet cannot possibly sustain 14 billion of us let alone 28 billion,
which is where we would be heading in less than a century had there been no proactive
intervention and aggressive interference with our ability to have children.
As our needs and numbers increase, we are placing unsustainable demands on critical resources
like water and fossil fuels, which are vital to our survival and define our standard of living.

Water shortages are already an impediment to development and even a threat to bare survival,
causing conflict within and between nations. Both our fresh water supplies and our fossil fuel
reserves are in crisis. 1.1 billion people live without clean drinking water and 2.6 billion lack
adequate sanitation and these combined problems kill nearly 4000 children every day from water
borne diseases.


For some nations water shortages are critical and growing worse from year to year because
dwindling reserves need to be shared by an increasing number of people. Daily per capita use of
water in residential areas varies accordingly. While North America and Japan have 350 litres at
their disposal for every person, Europe has only 200 litres, and sub-Saharan Africa has a paltry
10 to 20 litres.1 Water consumption in the 20th century has increased six-fold and at twice the
rate of population growth. Americans, for instance, used 7 gallons of water per day a century
ago and 145 gallons today.

Since development has occurred earlier and faster in some countries than in others, and the
politics of conquest and exploitation have prevented equitable distribution, per capita
consumption differs greatly around the globe in more than just water and oil. North Americans
on average consume 3 times more resources than Europeans, 5 times more than the Japanese, 20
times more than Asians, and 40 times more than Africans.
If everyone on earth were to have America’s standard of living then the existing global resources
could sustain only 1.2 billion people.2 If we would be content with the European standard then
our resources would sustain 3.6 billion. And if we were to universally adopt the Japanese
standard of living than our global resources could theoretically accommodate 6 billion.
The problem is that the demands we make on the environment are already much greater than the
earth’s capacity to regenerate, which is why the environment is collapsing and we are running
out of vital resources. This means that our planet could not sustain 1.2 billion Americans in
perpetuity any more than it could sustain 3.6 billion Europeans or 6 billion Japanese.
However you slice it and dice it, we can come to only one conclusion; namely that there are far
too many of us and if we are to continue to consume resources as voraciously as we have become

World Water Council,
Currently the United States has 320 million people or c. 5% of the world’s population, but consumes 25% of the
world’s resources.


accustomed to (and that all others on earth are aspiring for) and that our level of civilization
demands, we have no choice but to drastically reduce our numbers to a level that is within the
earth’s ability to regenerate.
Merely halting the global population at 7 billion, therefore, is not a solution. How well we want
to live will determine how many of us the earth can accommodate. And since human nature
demands constant improvement in our way of life we can only fulfill our personal and
civilizational needs by further reducing our numbers.

Long Life Spans
Not only is the earth overpopulated and straining under our ever-growing demand for resources,
we now also live longer than ever before. Life expectancy has risen dramatically over the
course of the past 100 years. While at the beginning of the 20th century one could expect to live
about 35 years, at the beginning of the 21st century one can expect to live nearly 70 years. This
doubling of our life spans means that modern human beings not only consume substantially more
resources than people in the past, but that they also consume them for twice as long as their

Overpopulation, overconsumption and long life spans are polar opposites of the conditions under
which man lived in the distant past, when he was at the mercy of nature, was scarce in numbers,
lived from hand to mouth and died young.
We have overturned the natural equilibrium that keeps species in symbiotic relationships and in
so doing we have become a threat to the natural environment that sustains all life on earth,

including our own. If we have learned anything is that progress comes at the cost of nature, but
can only occur in a healthy natural environment. The competing demands of progress and nature
can only be reconciled if progress occurs within nature’s finite limits, and for that to occur there
must be fewer of us; few enough, in fact, for nature to absorb and repair our impact.
The cost of progress has taught us three important lessons:
1. Given human nature, consumption per capita will only increase from one generation to
the next.
2. The greater the ecological footprint per capita, the fewer people can be accommodated by
earth’s finite resources.
3. Human civilization cannot survive into the future unless it learns to live within the
regenerative capacity of Mother Earth, thus within the limits of the natural environment
and its finite resources.
What we are about to learn is that having won the uphill battle we must now win the downhill
battle. Let me explain.
To increase in numbers our civilization has had to overcome natural obstacles set to preserve the
balance within ecosystems, a hard-won equilibrium from millennia of evolution that once
disrupted has caused nature great harm. If we are to restore the natural balance that sustains all
life on earth we must now decrease our population or else perish. But to decrease the population
our civilization must overcome man-made obstacles set to preserve the socio-economic balance
within societies, a hard-won equilibrium from centuries of give and take, trial and error, conflict
and cooperation, therefore damaging the fabric of society.
The upward and downward battles are equally hard and disruptive, the former on nature and the
latter on society. Only a stable population living within nature’s constraints can survive in
perpetuity and continue to evolve. If we fail to achieve such a state of equilibrium between man
and nature we will find ourselves living on a planet denuded of all animal and plant life and we
will die along with it.
Only man can stop man. This was realized by those with foresight who quietly began to take
proactive measures, unhindered by the indifference or ignorance of the vast majority who was
unable to foresee and remains unwilling to accept the impact we have as a species that has risen
above the natural element and has succeeded in harnessing nature solely to its own advantage
and who, as a result, now lives in a parasitical and therefore unsustainable relationship with
Once these enlightened minds realized that the global population must be stabilized they had to
find a way to stabilize it. The decision and the political will to tackle population control came

about at the United Nations which was set up immediately after World War II to maintain peace
between nations, thus to avoid war at all costs. But war was the last remaining natural enemy to
unrestrained population growth, since famine and pestilence have been largely eliminated in the
first half of the 20th century. The United Nations was therefore faced with the unenviable task of
having to find a substitute to war as a means to stop the population explosion. Not only had
humanity lost the taste for war after two world wars that occurred in a single generation, but the
development of nuclear weapons made the idea of war inconceivable as it would mean assured
mutual annihilation. What is the point of waging war if no one can win it as there would be
nothing left to take at the end of a nuclear war?

If the carnage of war, the last remaining scourge of humanity, could no longer be relied upon to
reduce our numbers so that nations could live within their means, then a way had to be found to
prevent the birth of new people. And that is how the raison d'être of the United Nations and the
primary premise for the existence of an international community came to be population control.
Once the decision was made to pursue international peace and cooperation to avoid war, the
realization that the only way to preserve peace is by ensuring that nations live within their means
was inevitable, as was the realization that to live within the available means every country had to
limit the growth of its population.
The community of nations under the auspices of the United Nations had only to find and agree
upon acceptable ways to prevent new life, which proved to be easier said than done.
Tremendous obstacles stood in the way.

2. Systemic Obstacles – Paradoxes and Paradigms
Infanticide has been practiced throughout history as a rudimentary form of population control,
but never before had humanity endeavoured to control the population of entire nations and of the
world as a whole without committing murder. The obstacles they encountered were unexpected
and formidable.
Lack of Birth Control and Public Awareness
First, the science and technology of birth control were in their infancy in 1945 and the vast
majority of the population had neither the means nor the knowledge to prevent unwanted births.
At most a third of the population in Europe and North America practiced birth control and many
of those relied on the traditional methods of rhythm (also called periodic abstinence), withdrawal
(“coitus interruptus”), douching, and prolonged breastfeeding, which have a high failure rate but

were the only forms of birth control condoned for married couples. Diaphragms, contraceptive
sponges, condoms, and spermicides were available in the cities but not in wide use. The pill and
IUDs had yet to be invented and legal barriers to condom use were not removed until the 1960s
and 70s.
Christianity and the Doctrine of Papal Infallibility
Second, neither contraception nor abortion was legal or morally acceptable to the mainstream
and both met with staunch opposition from conservative and religious elements of society.
Sexual gratification without the goal of reproduction was considered immoral and legislatures
refused to legalize any forms of birth control or to even remove obscenity laws from their
statutes so the issues could be openly discussed and the public educated. Social acceptance of
contraception was still decades away while abortion is to this day a controversial topic. While
the Anglican Church sanctioned the use of birth control by married couples in 1930, and the
Federal Council of Churches followed suit in the U.S. in 1931, the Roman Catholic Church, and
most other Christian denominations, took a firm stance against all forms of artificial birth control
and has not reversed its position. Hampered by the immutability of the doctrine of papal
infallibility, by which the Vatican, since 1870, has claimed that the Pope is the ultimate moral
authority in the Christian world and preserved from the possibility of error, the Papacy could not
alter course once the Church had committed itself against birth control. And as the Holy Sea
commands the respect of one billion Christians, the population control lobby had come to a dead
The Democratic Process
Third, the democratic process stood in the way of legalizing birth control let alone legislating
family size, as no politician could hope to be elected on a platform of government interference
with people’s reproductive freedom. The process of seeing contraception as an issue of public
health rather than one of morals had started after World War I but did not reach critical mass
until the early 1950s due to efforts initiated by the United Nations. Elected officials and
politicians could not and did not seek to convince the public that unless strict population control
measures are adopted immediately and universally society would face nuclear war in the near
future or would collapse in two or three generations from famine. They were held back by selfserving reasons, as it would have meant the end of their political ambitions and careers, as well
as by the conservative values that define the governing class.
It would have come as a great shock to the architects of the Global Depopulation Policy that the
most valued aspects of Western society, democracy and Christianity, stood in the way of their
plans to keep the peace by limiting family size. Yet democracy and Christianity proved to be
insurmountable obstacles to man’s noblest and most civilized way to ensure peace and prosperity
for all. Paradoxically, had it not been for the intractability of church leaders of all Christian
denominations, but Catholics in particular, and for the un-electability of politicians in a

democratic system, the Global Depopulation Policy would not have been driven underground to
be carried out by deception through covert chemical and biological means but could have
proceeded in the open and by freely given consent and thus be legislated.
As it became clear that the systemic obstacles could not be overcome at the national level, the
responsibility to introduce effective population control measures was transferred to the
international arena and placed onto the United Nations.
To circumvent these formidable systemic obstacles, the architects of the Global Depopulation
Policy realized that they had to deceive the world in order to move the masses to do what is
needed against their will and without their knowledge. And that is how the stage was set for
history’s greatest deception. The crimes committed behind the veil of secrecy that was raised to
shield the Global Depopulation Policy from public scrutiny and accountability for over 60 years
are without parallel in history by virtue of their sheer magnitude. While these crimes have been
committed not with malevolent but with benevolent intent, to save humanity from its own
ignorance and indifference, they nevertheless redefine the concept of crimes against humanity
and throw our species into an entirely different and unflattering light.

3. Historical Circumstances – Victors and Vanquished
Every generation lives and operates within the confines of its time and is at the mercy of history.
The political climate at the end of World War II was volatile and charged with hatred and
bitterness. Europe and Japan were laid waste and economic conditions were dire everywhere.
There was no time for subtle measures. Desperate times called for desperate measures.
Allies versus Axis Powers – Unconditional Surrender – Guinea Pigs
The Allies won the Second World War and its members, who called themselves the “United
Nations”, became signatories of the Declaration of the United Nations and members of the
newly-formed United Nations Organization at war’s end.
The United States, the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom, the so-called “Big Three”,
controlled Allied policy during the war and dictated the United Nations’ policy after the war.
The unconditional surrender of both Germany and Japan in 1945 provided the Allies with the
opportunity to institute strict population control measures on the conquered nations of the Axis
Powers without seeking anyone’s permission. Japan,
being the most hated enemy of the United States, had
already been punished with two nuclear bombs at
Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To ensure that it rose from
the ashes but stayed humble, the reconstruction


included a nation-wide plan of population control.
As an island nation with limited natural resources, an already large population, and a modern
economy whose industry demanded vast imports of foreign resources, Japan was the ideal testing
ground for aggressive fluoridation, which was the only tried and tested fertility-depressing agent
known at the time. The Nazis had used it on the Jews and the Soviets on their gulag prisoners
and was found to be not only extremely effective in sterilizing both men and women but also in
inducing a bovine state of obedience and submissiveness.
In the cities, fluoride was put in the drinking water at every water treatment plant while in the
country fluoride pills were distributed along with food rations. The work of poisoning the
Japanese was accomplished by Japanese war criminals from Unit 731, which had performed
lethal human experiments on civilians since 1937. The members of this unit, which was
officially known as the Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Department, were given
immunity from criminal prosecution at war’s end by General McArthur, the Supreme
Commander of the Allied Forces, and instead of being executed for having murdered tens of
thousands of innocent civilians in heinous experiments and torture they were put to work on
sterilizing their fellow nationals. The campaign was extraordinarily successful and Japan
became the only nation in the world not to have a baby boom generation after the war, the result
of which Japan also became the first nation in the world to have a larger number of retirees than
children. As a reward for their service to the Allied depopulation effort, many of the scientists of
Unit 731 were promoted to prominent careers in politics, academia, medicine, business and
especially in intelligence, aiding the United States biological weapons development program and
forming the scientific avant-garde of what was to become the Global Depopulation Policy.
Germany and Italy, the other two major Axis Powers, were subjected to similar population
control measures as a result of which they now occupy the unenviable second and third place on
the list of nations with the most aged populations in the world. Japan’s elderly (defined as 65
years of age and over) make up 24% of the overall population, while in Germany and Italy the
elderly constitute nearly 22% and 21% of the population respectively.3
That the three Axis Powers are in this demographic position is obviously no coincidence but the
result of the deliberate and aggressive measures imposed on the vanquished by the victors as
soon as they unconditionally surrendered. The Axis Powers served the Allies as guinea pigs and
the lessons learned on the citizens of these nations were soon applied on the citizens of the Allied
Powers themselves.4


The World Bank, Databank:
The percentage of elderly is much lower in the former Allied that in the former Axis Powers since population
control measures were undertaken later and more carefully on their own people than on the defeated foes. The U.K.
elderly stand at 17%, the U.S. at 14%, and the Russian Federation at 13%.


Nuclear Weapons – Assures Mutual Annihilation – Military-Industrial Establishment
The second historical factor that has contributed to the secret, deceptive and unlawful nature of
the Global Depopulation Policy is the militarization of the political and especially geopolitical
climate post World War II. The war had ensured that the armies of both sides had swelled to
unprecedented numbers and absorbed large shares of their nations’ GDP. On the Allied side they
were there to stay while on the Axis side the armed forces were dismantled along with the
industry that equipped them.
The conquered nations of Europe and Asia were
placed under military administrations and
depended on handouts from their former enemies
for reconstruction. General Douglas MacArthur
took charge of the Supreme Command of Allied
Powers (SCAP), which occupied Japan from
1945 to 1952, and was assisted by British
personnel to enact widespread military, political,
economic, and social reforms.
The post-war occupation of Europe, during which the Axis Powers were demilitarized with the
help of the English, French and Soviets, and the ensuing Marshall Plan (1948-1952), when they
were helped to reconstruct, were both delegated by the U.S. military. As in Japan, so in Europe a
military man was put in control, General George Marshall.
A military mentality took root in the U.S., the Soviet Union, and the U.K., and strong and allpervasive intelligence agencies grew at the very heart of the political power structures of these
three global powers where they became firmly and irrevocably entrenched.
In the decade following World War II, population control was conceived and implemented solely
by the military personnel of the U.K., U.S., and U.S.S.R., whose intelligence agencies defined
and ensured the program’s secrecy and expediency and who collaborated and cooperated with
one another to solve crises and to avoid nuclear conflict.
As more nations joined the nuclear club5 the probability and desirability of war between nucleararmed nations became ever more remote and emphasis shifted to the silent war of attrition waged
covertly on civilians by their own militaries and governments who made human fertility their
primary enemy and target.


The Soviet Union acquired nuclear weapons in 1949, the U.K. in 1952, France in 1960, China in 1964, India in
1974, Pakistan in 1998, and North Korea in 2006. The notion that Israel possesses nuclear weapons is a fiction to
deter the Arabs from launching a renewed attack.


United Nations – Substitute to War – International Peace
Gradually, as its infrastructure was built up, the United Nations took
over the responsibility for population control from the military, but
the methods and means had already been set and continued to be used
covertly while civil society and religious bodies tried to find moral
justification for conventional methods of birth control and primed and
educated the public on the necessity for smaller families.
The United Nations replaced the League of Nations and like its defunct counterpart its chief
mission is to maintain world peace by promoting cooperation in solving international economic,
social, and humanitarian problems. To achieve its goal, the UN has evolved over time and has
grown to encompass six principal organs and seventeen subsidiary agencies.
The military-industrial establishments of the U.S., U.S.S.R/Russia, and the U.K. continue to be at
the forefront of the battle against human fertility and are charged with the task of conceiving and
carrying out new methods for population control that violate national and international laws with
the full knowledge and consent of their nations’ executive branches and the international
The shift from military to civilian control of the depopulation policy has occurred gradually in
the 1950s and 1960s and while on the national level it is now overseen by the executive branch
of every nation, internationally it is delegated and coordinated by the United Nations and its
agencies, particularly the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP), the UN Economic and
Social Council, the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Bank Group (WB), the
International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The primary concern of the United Nations and the pivotal issue for the international community
is the Global Depopulation Policy, which looms invisibly behind every structural adjustment
loan and every development grant.

4. International Obstacles – Geopolitical Dilemmas
The depopulation plan has proceeded in stages through a laborious process of persuasion and
manipulation and though it has come to encompass the entire world and affects nearly every
individual on the planet it has been concealed to this day due to several considerations.
International Consensus and National Interests
Forging international consensus despite irreconcilable differences and divergent national
interests is extremely difficult and best done discreetly between high level national and
international parties. To educate an entire nation takes generations whereas to convince or co15

opt a select number of individuals who already possess an understanding of political and
geopolitical issues, and who are more likely to set aside cultural prejudices and historical
animosities (especially for personal gain), is a much easier and faster enterprise. The technocrats
and scientists employed by the United Nations have therefore concentrated on co-opting their
counterparts at the national level in key ministries once high level envoys have successfully
focused their attention on heads of state.
News Travel Faster Than Understanding – The Need for Secrecy
An enlightened country, or a country that has experienced population pressures for centuries
(such as the Netherlands), could conceivably receive popular approval for legislating family size
once it brings the issue out in the open and allows the media and civil society to discuss it freely.
But in so doing it would pass sensitive information beyond its borders to countries that are not
ready for general consensus and thus expose and jeopardize the covert methods that are in place.
By a domino effect, the depopulation policy could be brought to a sudden halt throughout the
world and thus the countries where only secret methods of population control are possible and
that are most likely to suffer from population pressures and resource scarcity would not benefit
from proactive measures that though painful and criminal nevertheless enable such countries to
survive the demographic transition from growing to stable populations before they either
collapse under the burden or are ready to accept and embrace legislation.
Since news travel faster than understanding the need for secrecy has remained paramount and
has been respected by nations that have already undergone the painful demographic transition by
covert chemical means.
Inglorious Past of Eugenics – The Instinct to Procreate
The mere mention of population control brings back memories of the Holocaust and the Nazi
eugenic agenda, which has tainted any and all efforts to institute enlightened and voluntary
family planning measures. The inglorious past of eugenics acts as a barrier to benevolent
population control. Furthermore, people have an innate aversion to the thought that the state
should be allowed to have a say in our sex life, as this strikes at the heart of our instinct to breed,
which is among the strongest instincts we possess.
The Logistics of Moving Billions
The world is a mighty big place and a depopulation program is a complex, expensive and labor
intensive project that cannot happen simultaneously across the globe. Problems of timing and
coordination have dictated a piecemeal approach. It is logistically impossible to proceed on all
fronts at the same time and this has limited the United Nations and its wealthy sponsors to
proceed gradually whereby resources are focused on specific countries on any given decade.
Once the program is established and national authorities can continue it with little outside
assistance then the international community shifts its focus to the next set of nations. It is thus

that the Global Depopulation Policy has advanced like a wave in the ocean and has succeeded in
sweeping the entire globe.
Social and Psychological Inertia
Countries and cultures are set in their ways and it is difficult if nay impossible to thaw the social
and psychological inertia that stands in the way of change, even if change is desperately needed.
Europe’s and North America’s experience has shown that most Protestants were willing to
accept contraception and abortion whereas most Catholics and Orthodox were not. The Sunni
and Shia sections that make up the vast majority of the Muslim world appear equally reluctant to
accept any state interference with people’s reproductive freedom. The same entrenched
opposition to family planning appears throughout Africa where the international community has
advanced by force and with complete disregard for the people’s well-being. Some cultures are
more easily manipulated than others and these places were first to be subjected to population
control. This explains why 90% of the population growth of the past half century has occurred in
the developing world. Westerners, in other words, did it to themselves and are now doing it to
the rest of the world by hook or by crook, since non-western countries are far less receptive to
population control regardless of the method used.




In this section I will only briefly list the methods to control population growth. The benefits and
drawbacks of each method are discussed further in the text.
As the Global Depopulation Policy grew in scope its methods expanded accordingly, being
dictated by the particular circumstances of each region and nation. Broadly speaking the
methods can be categorized in two groups, direct and indirect. Direct methods are aimed at
undermining fertility while the indirect methods are aimed at undermining the family. Both
direct and indirect methods subvert people’s reproductive freedom.


Legislation – China
 Deng Xiaoping’s One-Child Policy since 1978
China is the only country in the world that chose to restrict family size by law and
thus tackle the population problem overtly and not covertly. As a one party state,
Chinese statesmen do not have to compete for office by pandering for popularity, as
politicians in democracies have to, and this enabled the Chinese Communist Party to
introduce the One-Child Policy, officially known as the “Family Planning Policy”
(计划生育政策), immediately after Chairman Mao died and Deng Xiaoping took over
the reign of power. The policy forbids couples in urban areas to have more than one
child while rural couples and minority groups are allowed two children.


Coerced Surgical Sterilization – India
 1952 Population Control Policy (first in the world)
 1976-77 Indira Gandhi’s State-of-Emergency
 2000 National Policy – replacement level fertility by 2010 (tubal ligations for
women and vasectomies for men)
After two failed and misguided attempts to address the population problem (in 1952
and 1976), India, which is grossly overpopulated, has settled for coerced surgical
sterilization as the method of choice. In less than 20 years, India has succeeded in
surgically sterilizing 80% of its women of childbearing age, which, considering that it
is the world’s most populous nation after China and has 1.2 billion people, it is an
incredible accomplishment. It has succeeded not by persuasion or education as much
as by coercion. Mobile medical caravans scour the country’s villages, where 80% of
India’s people live, and entice the villagers, who are for the most part illiterate and
easily misled, with offers of free medical care for every woman who has had two or

more children. The women are then sedated and subjected without their knowledge
or consent to a tubal ligation, a procedure that takes circa 30 minutes, and that renders
them irreversibly sterile for the rest of their lives. The government of India offers
incentives to men to voluntarily undergo a vasectomy, which is a far easier and faster
medical procedure than a tubal ligation, taking only seven minutes, but that due to
India’s culture, where men have far more authority than women, remains unpopular
and therefore a statistically less significant measure for addressing the population


Covert Methods
A. Chemical Sterilization – for the developed world
Fluoridation is the West’s method of choice for suppressing
fertility in both men and women. It has been used throughout the
West since 1950 and fluoride is delivered either through tap
water, table salt, or milk depending on the country and its level of
development. A few select and wealthy nations in northern
Europe use compulsory dental plans to ensure that every citizen
receives periodic applications of fluoride directly in the mouth.
Regardless of the delivery agent used, fluoridation has been imposed on the populace
under the pretext that it combats tooth decay, which is completely inaccurate and
dishonest. Of the four methods, water fluoridation is by far the most wide-spread, as
it is used on nearly 1 billion people the world over. Water fluoridation, however, is
only possible in places with a modern infrastructure of water treatment plants and
therefore even in wealthy nations it is only viable in cities that have at least 10,000
people. Salt fluoridation is the second most popular fluoridation method and is in
use throughout Latin America and the Caribbean region as well as in a few European
countries that have abandoned water fluoridation. Milk fluoridation is restricted to
very few countries and is used as a supplementary method of fluoridation elsewhere.
To keep human beings in a constant state of fluoride poisoning, toothpaste and dental
health products throughout the world are fluoridated.

bisphenol A (BPA)
To close the loophole created by the modern habit of drinking bottled rather than tap
water, the depopulation lobby has replaced glass with plastic bottling starting in 1980
and has used a specific fertility-depressing chemical, called bisphenol A (BPA) to

polycarbonates and epoxy resins.
BPA is
ingested when it leaches into food and
beverages for human consumption.
nearly every plastic bottle on the planet is now
made of BPA-based polycarbonates and almost
every metal and aluminum can in the world is
lined with epoxy resins containing BPA, people
are chronically exposed. The lining of metal
cans with BPA is aimed at both the urban and rural poor who are more likely to eat
canned soups, vegetables and fruit and will thus receive more than their share of
fertility depressing agents, as they will ingest it from multiple sources. But as the
depopulation lobby has a strong eugenic component to it, reducing the numbers of
the poor is a desirable outcome.

aerosol aluminum spraying
Spraying powdered aluminum oxide at high altitudes by airplane – a phenomenon
known as ‘chemtrails’ – is a rather new method of population control that is
restricted to NATO countries and is aimed at breaking the back of organic and
traditional farmers to make room for corporations and their genetically modified
crops. The aluminum sprayed falls to the
ground and poisons the soil and the water,
which has two intended consequences:
first, it makes the growing of traditional or
heirloom seeds impossible and forces
farmers into bankruptcy thus freeing the
land for purchase by agro-giants who stand
ready with aluminum-resistant genetically
modified seeds; and secondly, aluminum
binds with fluoride compounds and greatly
increases fluoride toxicity, therefore
reducing the human body’s toxicity threshold level previously thought safe. In other
words, you can do far more damage to human health with aluminum fluoride than
you can do with just fluoride and you need less of it. That is why, for example, the
spraying of aerosolized aluminum is far more prevalent on the Western seaboard of
Canada and the US, where tap water fluoridation is scarce and people ingest fluoride
from bottled water and soft drinks as well as canned foods, but at lower levels than
people whose tap water is fluoridated.


B. Biological and Bacteriological Methods – for the developing world
Poor countries do not have water treatment plants and therefore cannot fluoridate
their water. Salt fluoridation requires the political will and stability necessary to coopt a select few politicians and bureaucrats, but Africa’s political landscape is volatile
and for ever changing. And milk fluoridation is expensive and morally reprehensible
as it targets innocent children through free-milk school programs and sickens them
when they are young and defenseless. African leaders, moreover, have largely
resisted international pressure to poison their people. That is why the depopulation
lobby has devised effective methods of population control for Africa specifically and
more recently for other poor and reluctant countries whose voluntary cooperation was
impossible to gain.

If the depopulation lobby could not control the number of people born into the world,
then they would increase the number of people leaving this world. In other words, if
they could not tackle the population problem at the front end of life by controlling
fertility, they would and did tackle it at the back end of life by increasing morbidity
and mortality. This was deemed necessary for Africa, which resisted any and all
attempts at population control. The HIV/AIDS virus was specifically created for the
Sub-Saharan African population by a cooperative effort between Soviet and
American scientists in the employ of their nations’ military-industrial establishments.
It was designed to do maximum damage by undermining the immune system and to
have an affinity for people of color. It gradually achieved its intended goal once it
was introduced into the bloodstreams of countless innocents in Africa, Brazil and
Haiti by the World Health Organization through its smallpox immunization program
that ended in 1980. Infection is as high as 30% in some African nations (5%
continent wide) and 70% of all AIDS deaths occur in Africa. More than one million
people die in Africa from AIDS annually and nearly two million new infections are
registered every year.

Bioengineered flu strains, such as N1H1, the swine flu and the bird flu viruses, have
been used to manufacture mass fear of pandemics and condition the public to the
practice of mandatory vaccines or government-mandated vaccinations programs.
This will allow the authorities to target specific populations when and if the
eugenicists decide that a new deadly strain must be introduced into an unyielding
population, as it was done in Africa, Haiti and Brazil until 1980.

Genetically Modified Organisms are the newest and most sophisticated weapon in the
eugenic arsenal and are intended for the developing world where chemical population
control methods cannot be applied due to poor infrastructure. Primary GMO crops
are corn, canola, cotton and soybean. Fierce resistance to GMO crops has however
put into doubt their viability as a global fertility depressing agent. Their advantage
lies in the fact that the people targeted will be growing their own poison and paying
for it, which makes GMOs ideal for poor nations whose governments cannot afford to
pay for population control of any kind, be it chemical, biological or bacteriological.
Their advantage lies also in the fact that they can be engineered to do as little or as
much damage as is desirable and no one will be any wiser for it.


Ever since the United Nations assumed primary control and responsibility over the
Global Depopulation Policy in the early 1960s, it has been looking for more humane
ways to achieve the intended demographic objectives and has concentrated much of
its effort and resources on finding psychosocial ways to change the dynamic of family
life and to put enough pressure on families and individuals to make it difficult and
undesirable to have more than one child.
substance abuse
Various countries have encouraged various forms of substance abuse to detract
individuals from family life and to cause the dissolution of mostly low income
families by premature death, chronic illness or crippling debt. The West has
promoted the use of recreational drugs. China has encouraged excessive tobacco
use. And Russia has made alcohol sufficiently cheap and ubiquitous to create a
nation of alcoholics. As a result, drug addiction has reached epidemic proportions in
many western countries and particularly in the U.S. and Canada, where tens of
thousands of families are destroyed by drug addiction annually. Smoking deaths
have tripled in China over the course of the past decade and tobacco has become the
number one killer causing 1.2 million deaths a year. By 2030 the number of
tobacco-related deaths is expected to reach 3.5 million a year. And it is forecast that
if trends continue, a third of all males in China will be killed by tobacco by 2050.
Even more disastrous is Russia’s alcohol problem. Alcohol consumption has nearly
tripled over the past 16 years and more than half a million Russians die of alcohol22

related deaths annually. In no small part due to alcohol abuse, the life expectancy of
Russian males has dropped to 59 years, 17 years lower than their male counterparts
in Western Europe. These patterns of substance abuse have dire effects on family
formation and family size.

The counterculture of the 1960s, which brought about the sexual revolution, was
encouraged in order to break the sexual taboos that prevented the mainstream from
adopting widespread and uninhibited contraceptive use. It also made drug use
socially acceptable and set the stage for the introduction of ever-more destructive
drugs both legal and illegal, creating a drug market and an underground economy
that relies on drugs and prostitution, is antithetical to families, and has become a
breeding ground for HIV/AIDS. The hippy counterculture of the 1960s was
followed by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) counterculture of the
1970s and 1980s, which brought about acceptance for and the decriminalization of
homosexuality in time for the explosion of LGBT caused by the effects of long-term
exposure to fluoride, which raises the incidence of sexual confusion from a naturally
occurring level of about 4% to an artificially high level of 15%.

The most subtle and insidious form of population control is the manipulation of the
law to criminalize formerly acceptable social behaviors and domestic quarrels, and to
incarcerate a large percentage of the poor in order to prevent them from forming
families and raising children. Throughout the Western world and especially in the
U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, this form of population control fulfills the
eugenic requirements of the
policy, as it targets primarily
minorities and the poor. The
‘zero tolerance domestic law’,
minor drug offences, and the
‘three-strikes law’ are typical
examples of legislation designed
to fulfill the requirements of the
Global Depopulation Policy. The
zero tolerance domestic law is
designed to break families apart
at the slightest conflict by

removing discretionary powers from the police and giving the state the authority to
go over the wishes of spouses to press criminal charges that result in bankruptcy and
family dissolution. Conflicts that could be resolved in the privacy of homes within
minutes or days are given the status of violent crime to destroy families, separate
parents from children, and to transfer their wealth to the judicial class.
The three strikes law mandates harsh sentences for anyone who has been convicted
of two felonies and who upon being convicted of a third felony faces life in prison. It
was first applied in Washington State in 1993 and then in California in 1994 to
compensate for their lack of fluoridation due to popular opposition and then spread
throughout the western seaboard for the same reason.
As a result of such eugenic laws, hundreds of thousands of families are broken apart
annually in the English-speaking world as well as in several European countries. In
the U.S., the judiciary has become the primary tool for eugenic objectives giving
America the dubious distinction of being the nation with the highest incarceration
rate in the world and also in history at 743 adults behind bars per every 100,000
citizens. When people on correctional supervision and on house arrest are factored
in, the U.S. far surpasses even Stalinist Russia in the number and proportion of
prisoners to the general population. The graph above shows that it was not until
1980 that the eugenic use of the judiciary was unleashed.
Statistics also show that visible
minorities bear the brunt of the
incarceration mania that has
gripped the United States and to
a lesser extent much of the
western world. Canada ravages
its native population by this
method. Europe’s statistics, as
well as Australia’s, are skewed
by the fact that immigrants are
held in separate detention
centers and are not counted as
The practice of imprisoning
immigrants and asylum seekers
is a direct consequence of the Global Depopulation Policy and is discussed later in the



Economic pressures are used to create an environment that is hostile to families and
especially to the raising of children.
forcing women into the workforce
The United Nations’ favorite method for reducing the number of children is women’s
participation in the workforce. In the name of poverty eradication, women’s
education and employment have been given the highest priority. To this end, women
in the developing world are being encouraged to get educated and forced to leave
their traditional place at home to seek employment. A working woman has less time
for children and therefore less incentive to have children. A working woman will
also delay childbearing to satisfy career ambitions or the demands of the labor
market. But since women make up 51% of the global population the steady influx of
women into the labor market depresses wages worldwide at a time when
unemployment is already a chronic problem the world over. This mass migration of
women into the workforce is also displacing men economically, disrupting
traditional patterns of family life, confusing gender roles, and pitting men against
women, all of which aid the cause of achieving smaller and fewer families.

delayed employment
The demand for excessive and unnecessary credentials is the means by which
entrance into the workforce is delayed in the developing world so as to prevent
young people from starting families early in life when their biological clocks make
them most fertile.


The average age for women to have children in Europe and Japan is 29 while in the
U.S. it is 25.6 Throughout the developed world women today have their children at
least four years later than women in 1970. In the first half of the 20th century, when
the population was not subjected to social engineering, European women had their
children in their late teens and early twenties. By delaying entrance into the
workforce for both men and women, an entire decade has been shaved off from
women’s childbearing years.

excessive materialism
The media is being used to condition people to be rabid consumers and to dedicate
their incomes to excessive materialism rather than invest it in children, as previous
generations did. The consumption of goods and services in ever greater amounts
has become man’s primary preoccupation in the socially engineered post-World War
II era giving rise to a consumer society that is self-centered and has relegated
children to secondary status.

Foreign aid followed by World Bank loans and then by IMF austerity programs have
intentionally created spiraling debt in the developing world to deprive poor nations
of the revenue needed to invest in infrastructure and social programs. Coupled with
plummeting commodity prices and Western protectionism this has become the
formula for poverty that the
imposed on the developing
world to create economic
conditions that are hostile to
families. Monetary coercion
conquest to control the
resources and destinies of
other nations. This is done
to halt the population
explosion that prevents the
developing world from catching up with the needs of its growing population, as
much as it is done for the rich world’s self-serving need to secure access to vital


T.J. Mathews, M.S., and Brady E. Hamilton, Ph.D., Delayed Childbearing: More Women Are Having Their First
Child Later in Life, NCHS Data Brief, No. 21, August 2009:


resources on foreign soil. This catch 22 situation is the cycle of poverty that the
architects of the Global Depopulation Policy hope to break worldwide by instituting
tough medicine now on nations that are late newcomers to population control
The population control lobby is rightfully concerned that 90% of the people born in
the past 50 years in the world were born in the developing world, thus in countries
that were already poor and could least afford unrestricted population growth. The
wealth gap that separates the developed from the developing world has grown over
the past half century in large part because the developed world has instituted
proactive population control measures and has stabilized growth whereas the
developing world has not. The developed world, in other words, has paid a very high
price for its prosperity.
Just what every region has sacrificed is the subject of the next section, which looks at
the pros and cons of the population control methods chosen by or for countries.




Taking on man’s primal instincts is a difficult task. The instinct to breed is second only to the
instinct to live and the Global Depopulation Policy has challenged both. Not surprisingly, the
results are mixed.
1. CHINA’S One-Child Policy

111% population growth since 1960; TFR 1.6 (-73%); 400 million births prevented
Since its introduction in 1978, the One-Child Policy has prevented the birth of 400 million
Chinese. Without it, China, which has a population of 1.35 billion, would have had a population
of 1.75 billion, thus 30% more.
Prior to its introduction in 1978, Chairman
Mao encouraged large families and opposed
family planning programs. During the 30 years
that Mao Zedong was in office (1945-1976),
China grew from 540 to 940 million people
and thus nearly doubled its population. Had
the government done nothing and the same
growth levels would have continued, China
would now have nearly 2 billion people and
none of the prosperity that has made it the second most powerful economy in the world.
Market-based economic reforms coupled with population controls have catapulted China to
unprecedented prosperity. Its gross domestic product (GDP) took off as soon as the One-Child
Policy was implemented and in the ensuing three decades it grew 18-fold. China now has a per
capita income of $6,091.
There is no question that in purely economic terms the One-Child Policy, coupled with freemarket reform, has been a phenomenal success. But what are the social and political drawbacks
of the policy?
To better understand the following data readers will need a brief lesson in demographics, the
study of populations. A country’s population is the result of two primary factors, namely how
many people are born in any given year and how many die, thus the balance between fertility and
mortality. The population explosion started when our improved medicine and quality of life
enabled nearly all children to survive birth and the first critical years of life, while at the same
time extended people’s lives into old age.
To stop the population explosion governments began adopting family control measure to lower
fertility and set as their target an average of two children for every woman, which is known as

‘replacement level fertility’. The average number of children born to every woman of
childbearing age is known as the ‘total fertility rate’ or TFR. And the ideal TFR is 2 children per
woman, or replacement level fertility. The idea is that if every couple on earth has no more than
two children than the population will neither grow nor decrease, it will merely be replaced with
every new generation and will remain stable in perpetuity.
Before governments began
interfering with their people’s fertility, the TFR of most nations was anywhere between 3 to 6
children per woman and this meant that populations grew at a rapid pace and doubled every 20,
30 or 40 years.
The demographic profile of a country is represented graphically by a population pyramid, which
shows the distribution of various age groups in a population, with the youngest age group at the
bottom and the oldest at the top. A natural population growth always forms a pyramid, as the
population is growing steadily thus widening the base. But once a population is interfered with
and the number of children born starts to decrease the base of the pyramid becomes narrower and
the population eventually stabilizes. The graphic representation of a stationary population looks
like a haystack rather than a pyramid. If the average number of children born per woman drops
below 2, then the bottom of the pyramid becomes in time thinner than the middle, which denotes
that the population is decreasing. The graphic representation of a population that is declining
then looks like a mushroom.

This demographic transition from an expanding to a stationary to a contracting population is
visible at a glance as the pyramid becomes a haystack and then a mushroom. This transition
cannot happen without active, long-term human intervention. To achieve this demographic
transition it takes anywhere between 3 to 5 generations, thus anywhere between 60 to 100 years.
This gradual and slow process requires a government’s firm and sustained commitment and by
necessity will straddle many changes of leadership. Once a country commits to achieving the
demographic transition it is in for the long haul and for a tough battle.
Most developed countries today are in phase 3 or 4 of the demographic transition, as they have
covertly chemically sterilized their people for 60 years, whereas most developing countries are in
phase 2 or 3, as they have adopted population control measures more recently.
China’s population pyramid in 1930 looked like that of any other country on earth at the time, as
no country had adopted population control measures. But once China introduced its One-Child
Policy, the number of children born decreased rapidly compared with previous cohorts and its
population pyramid began to narrow at the bottom. China will enter stage 3 of the demographic

transition in this decade and by 2025 its
population will start contracting from a peak
of about 1.5 billion people.
China will have achieved its demographic
transition in 60 years or three generations,
which is a tremendous accomplishment given
the size of its population. This shows that
legislating population control and openly
enforcing it is a very effective way to fight the
population explosion.

But there are drawbacks to China’s method of combating population growth.
consequences of China’s One-Child Policy are as follows:

The negative

police state enforcement
To ensure compliance draconian measures have been used especially in the countryside
where the authorities have forced women to abort and have even demolished the homes
of peasants who have had a third child. Even though rural Chinese are allowed two
children (if their first-born is a daughter or suffers from physical disability, mental illness
or mental retardation), whereas urban Chinese are allowed only one, the policy meets
with greater opposition in the countryside than in the cities. Pregnancy without a birth
permit is considered “out-of-plan” and therefore illegal. The One-Child Policy is in great
part responsible for China’s police state and its massive and rigid bureaucracy. Local
governments direct officials to punish non-compliance with heavy fines, termed “social
maintenance fees” (shehui fuyang fei), which force many couples to choose between
undergoing an unwanted abortion and incurring a fine much greater than the average
annual income. Children may go without a household registration (hukou) because they

are born out of plan and their parents do not pay the mandated fees. Lack of a valid
hukou raises barriers to access to social benefits, including subsidized healthcare and
public education. To ensure enforcement, the Chinese government employs 300,000
officials. To help out with enforcement, the China Family Planning Association has 92
million members, organized into more than one million branches. Officials are given a
financial incentive to meet abortion and sterilization quotas, leading to extortion and
coercion. Family planning bureaus conduct pregnancy tests on married women and those
who miss a test will be fined. Some local governments offer rewards to informants who
report population planning violations. Village cadres face a penalty of 1,500 Yuan
(US$230) for each woman with two children whom they fail two sterilize. Conversely,
they are promised a reward of 500 Yuan (US$77) for each tubal ligation that they see
through to completion. Teachers who violate birth quotas are at risk of losing their
retirement benefits.

forced abortions and sterilizations
Millions of aspiring mothers are forced
to undergo abortion or sterilization. 13
million abortions are performed each
year at an average of 35,000 a day.
How many of them are forced is
impossible to tell. Since 1971, Chinese
doctors have performed 336 million
abortions and 196 million sterilizations.
They have also inserted 403 million
intrauterine devices. 55% of all women
in China have had an abortion. The psychological stress women face leads to a suicide
rate for females that is three times higher than for males. China, in fact, is the only
country in the world (along with the small island nation of Sao Tome and Principe) where
the suicide rate is higher for women than for men. Suicide is the leading cause of death
for adult women living in rural China and accounts for a third of all female deaths. 56%
of the world’s female suicides occur in China, but only 19% of the world’s population
lives in China. 500 women commit suicide in China each day, usually by ingesting

lopsided male/female ratio due to abortion of female fetuses
More than half of all abortions in China are the result of pre-natal sex selection. Many
parents prefer a male child to a female and will abort until they have a male fetus. This

has led to a gender imbalance and, as a result, nearly 30 million Chinese men will be
unable to find brides by 2020. Although such a large number of unmarried men could
cause social instability, it also means that a good percentage of China’s men have been
excluded from the procreation chain, even though unintentionally.
China’s State
Population and Family Planning Commission reports that 118 boys are born for every
100 girls. In rural areas, where boys are preferred to girls because they can help with
farming and carry the family name, the sex imbalance is even greater, as 130 baby boys
are born for every 100 girls. To rectify this trend, the government introduced the “Care
for Girls” program in 2001 to promote the birth of girls in rural areas through financial
incentives of 100 Yuan (about $13) each month per girl. Also, local education fees are
waved for girls.

strict control of population movement
Since rural Chinese are allowed to have two children while urban Chinese are not, the
government exercises strict control of internal movements and prevents rural dwellers
from migrating to the cities. China’s ‘household registration system’ (hukou) acts like
an internal passport and allows rural Chinese to move to the cities only for temporary
work or post-secondary studies. The children of farm workers who have migrated to the
cities are not allowed to enroll in city schools and must attend school in their villages.
There are circa 130 million children in China who are separated from their parents
through the requirements of the hukou system which are in great part dictated by the
demographic objectives of the One-Child Policy.

2. INDIA’s Surgical Sterilization

260% population growth since 1960; TFR 2.6 (-57%); 250 million births prevented
India is the world’s largest democracy and unlike China it could not restrict family size by law.
Due to its poorly developed infrastructure and moral objections to mass poisoning, India could
also not adopt the West’s covert chemical control measures. Its method of choice, coerced
surgical sterilization, bypasses its infrastructure shortcomings and avoids the moral obstacle of
poisoning its people.
India has settled on coerced surgical sterilization of females after four decades of failed attempts
to give incentives to its male citizens to voluntarily undergo sterilization. In the 1950s and ‘60s,
monetary compensation or bonuses were offered to medical practitioners who performed
vasectomies on low-income men, as well as to those who motivated men to receive vasectomies,
and on the men who received them. The incentives were only available to low income men,
which betrays the policy’s eugenic aspect.

Men were the target of sterilization efforts because of the ease and short duration of no-scalpel
vasectomies compared to tubal ligations. But even when better incentives were offered, such as
land and fertilizer, there were not enough takers to decrease the national fertility rate fast enough,
which is why in 1976 the government of India adopted a policy of compulsory sterilization and
began rounding up the poor into sterilization camps. Six million vasectomies were performed in
one year, triple the previous number. This backfired quickly and the compulsory laws were
removed a year later after having tainted the entire sterilization plan. After a cooling down
period the government began focusing on women and has proceeded since by tricking them into
being sterilized.
Through the actions of the National Population Stabilization Fund (NPSF), India has prevented
the birth of approximately 200 million Indians. It has accomplished a great deal but not enough
to stop its population from growing. During the seven decades that India has battled with the
people’s drive to breed it has reduced the country’s TFR from 6 to 2.6 children per woman, but
has far to go to reach replacement level fertility and its population continues to grow at a rapid
rate. In fact, India is not expected to reach replacement level fertility until 2050 and by 2030 it
will have surpassed China as the most populous country in the world. At that time, India will
have 1.53 billion people and will still be growing while China will have peaked at 1.46 billion.
When India gained independence from the UK in 1947, its population was a mere 350 million.
In the 65 years hence, its population has more than tripled and now stands at 1.2 billion. By
2050, India is expected to have c. 1.6 billion and by 2100 it will be the only country on the planet
to have more than 2 billion people.

Because China’s population reduction program has been far more successful than India’s, it has
substantially reduced the number of poor, whereas India’s has increased.


Even though China has started to control population 25 years later than India, it has used a more
effective method and has sustained its effort. That is why it is far ahead of India in the
demographic transition, as the graph above shows at a glance. Overt legislation is clearly a far
better way to defuse the population bomb than coerced surgical sterilization.
Let us now look at the drawbacks of India’s coerced surgical sterilization method.

The most unappealing feature of India’s method of population control is that it is for the
most part forced upon the people and is therefore involuntary. That it takes place
without the people’s knowledge or consent has far-reaching implications, not least of
which is that it invalidates India’s democracy and violates the people’s fundamental
rights and liberties. To get away with it, the country’s media has been co-opted to
maintain a veil of silence, which means that India does not have a free or truthful media.

From the very beginning of its population control efforts, India has targeted primarily the
poor, which makes for a discriminatory and divisive policy. This being said, its most
recent efforts are more even-handed.

insufficiently effective
For coerced surgical sterilization to bring the nation’s total fertility rate below
replacement level, thus below two women per woman – which is necessary if the
population is ever to decrease – it would have to be performed on most women after
their first child and not after the second or third as is currently the case. India’s leaders,
however, unlike their Western counterparts, are too humane to violate their people’s
reproductive rights to such an extent as to leave them with only one child. But as India
becomes more overcrowded and desperate, future generations of women will certainly
find themselves sterilized after their first child.

What India and China have in common as far as population control is concerned is that they both
use methods that allow all women and all families to have at least one child. The same cannot be
said about the Western method of population control, covert chemical sterilization.


3. THE WEST’S Covert Chemical Sterilization
Europe & Russia 19% growth since 1960; TFR 1.6 (-45% since 1950); 400 million births prevented
Japan 35% growth since 1960; TFR 1.4 (-62% since 1950); 100 million births prevented
USA 77% growth since 1960; TFR 1.9 (-34% since 1950); 150 million births prevented
The low fertility levels found in the developed world and their falling populations are
conveniently attributed to the effects of affluence to mask their true source, namely the chronic
poisoning of the masses via chemical agents delivered through the basic elements of life, water
and food. If affluence were indeed the reason for falling fertility rates than the oil-rich countries
of the Gulf would have the lowest number of children, but that is not the case, as women in
wealthy countries such as Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates continued to have
unchanged reproductive rates, at 4 to 6 children per woman, until 1990 when they began
introducing fluoride and BPA in their people’s water and food.

Since 1960, the 27 member states of the European Union have grown from 420 to 500 million,
a paltry 16% increase, while countries in the developing world grew 300% and thus tripled their
populations during the same time. According to EUROSTAT, the total population in EU27 will
continue to increase at a reduced pace until 2025 due solely to migration and then begin a steady

decline. Without migration the EU’s population would have started a rapid decline in 2010. The
birth of approximately 300 million Europeans has been prevented by the Global Depopulation
The entire European continent, including Russia, has entered the last stage of the demographic
transition, the shrinking stage. This shows that the covert chemical sterilization methods chosen
by western nations, in conjunction with a variety of psychosocial methods, have been
extraordinarily effective in halting population growth. In fact they have been so effective that
many EU nations have had to introduce economic incentives to boost births in order to prevent a
population decline that is too rapid and could spell their economic collapse.
Russia’s demographic transition is even more
advanced than that of Europe. Its population
reached a historic peak in 1991, at 149 million,
then declined at a rate of 0.5% until 2009 down
to 143 million, and has been growing modestly
since. The high death rate (due to rampant
alcoholism) and low birth rate (due to covert
chemical sterilization measures and tough
economic conditions) account for the drastic
fall. The Russian government, having been
poisoning its people for the past 60 years in
order to lower their fertility, now has to
encourage more births to prevent a population
collapse. Russia’s TFR has climbed to 1.7 (from a low of 1.15 reached in 1999) and is now
higher than in any other Eastern European country.
Russia had a population of 120 million in 1960 and 102 million in 1950. That means that its
population has increased by a paltry 16% since 1960 and by only 23% since 1950. Russia,
therefore, records one of the smallest population increases in the world since World War II. This
is the result of the clumsy and callous way in which the Soviet and later the Russian government
has combated population growth.
Japan is at an even more advanced stage in its demographic transition than Europe. In 1945,
when the Allies started their occupation and began controlling the growth of the Japanese
population through chemical means, Japan had 72 million people. By 1960, when it already
reached replacement level fertility, Japan had grown to 95 million. Its population peaked at 128
million in 2010 and has been decreasing ever since. That means that Japan has grown only 44%
since the end of World War II when the Allies imposed population control, and by a paltry 25%
since 1960. Its population is expected to decline by nearly one million people per year in the
coming decades and settle at 85 million by 2060, by which time more than 40% of the population


will be over the age of 65.
The birth of
approximately 100 million Japanese has been
prevented by the Global Depopulation Policy.
As the first country in the world to be subjected to
chemical sterilization, Japan was also the first to
reach replacement level fertility, and the first to have
more elderly than young people. Forty years from
now Japan will have an inverted population pyramid
and its numbers will have been greatly reduced, just
as it was intended by the architects of the Global
Depopulation Policy.

The United States is a high immigration country which is why its total fertility rate (TFR) has
not declined as quickly as Europe’s, Japan’s or Russia’s despite equal efforts. The TFR for
white Americans stands at 1.95, for blacks at 1.96, and for Hispanics at 2.4. At 317 million, the
US is the third-most populous country in the
world. Since 1960, its population has grown by
138 million, or 77%, a far cry from the tripling of
the population experienced elsewhere. While its
population is still growing due to immigration,
the total number of births has been declining
since 2007 when it reached an all-time high of
The most optimistic projection shows that the US
population will peak in 2040 at around 360
million inhabitants.
Clearly, the West’s covert chemical sterilization has worked extremely well at halting the
population growth but at what cost? The evidence shows that poisoning the people to lower
fertility has terrible consequences.


downgrades the genetic and intellectual endowment of humanity
Ample medical and statistical data shows that long-term, low-intensity fluoride
poisoning lowers intelligence and irreversibly damages genes. The negative effects are
cumulative if the poisoning continues over generations, as has been the case in Europe,
Russia, Japan, the U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore; all
of whom have intentionally subjected their people to fluoride poisoning since c. 1950, to

In 2012 there were 3,952,937 live births, that is, 360,295 fewer births than in 2007, a 9% drop.


BPA poisoning since 1980, and to aluminum poisoning since 1995. It is estimated that 5
to 10 IQ points are lost by each generation of children subjected to fluoride in the womb
and during the first years of life. Research also shows that BPA and aluminum, like
fluoride, are endocrine disruptors and therefore damage the human body universally and
at the molecular level. The benefits of natural selection acquired over millennia of
evolution are being reversed by reckless human intervention over a period of decades to
accomplish the goals of the Global Depopulation Policy by covert, toxic means rather
than proceeding as China has done by overt, legislative means.

causes unnecessary illness and suffering
Since all chemical agents chosen to undermine human fertility work
by damaging the endocrine system, the unintended side-effects to
human health are legion. By disrupting the endocrine system,
fluoride has an adverse effect on every part and function of the
human body, impairing reproduction and development, the immune
system and the nervous system. Illnesses associated with Western
living standards – heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cancer – conveniently attributed
to poor diet and lack of physical activity, are in fact, for the most part, the result of the
endocrine disrupting poisons deliberately fed to people
in the developing world since 1950.
As the architects of the Global Depopulation Policy
have widened the use of these poisons to the developing
world, the same illnesses are beginning to wreak havoc
there. These so-called illnesses of affluence are in fact
the effects of chronic poisoning and the epidemic is
spreading to the developing world far in advance of the
affluence that supposedly brought this curse upon the
developed world.
In countries like Brazil and Iran, for instance, where
fluoridation and BPA use have been introduced fast and
furious, and not as gradually as in the developed world,
these so-called Western ailments are more deadly there
than in the West. The WHO, which is central to the
Global Depopulation Policy, predicts even more deaths
in the future due to chronic illnesses, knowing full well
what to expect once their poisons of choice are
unleashed upon virgin populations.


A second branch of illnesses caused or exacerbated by chemical sterilization agents are
neurological and span the entire spectrum of developmental and mental disorders:
learning disabilities, speech and language impairments, mental retardation, autism,
attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD), bipolar disorder, depression,
anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Alzheimer’s, Down syndrome,
dementia, chronic fatigue syndrome, dyslexia, epilepsy, motor skill disorders,
Parkinson’s disease, Tourette syndrome, antisocial behavior, schizophrenia, and
countless other ailments. More than 25% of the populations exposed to chemical
sterilization agents are affected by mental or developmental disorders; a ten-fold greater
incidence than in populations that have not been chronically exposed to such toxic
A third group of illnesses concern sex hormone disorders: disorders of sex development,
acquired sex disorders, disorders of gender, disorders of puberty, and menstrual function
and fertility disorders. Of these by far the most concerning are gender identity issues,
which is why the incidence of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) is at least
10% higher in countries that have chemically poisoned their people to lower their
fertility than in countries that have not.
A fourth group of illnesses concern the damage done to the immune system, which is
rendered either hyperactive or repressed, resulting in either autoimmune diseases and
allergies or, respectively, in viral attacks and cancers. In one way or another, everyone
who is subjected to the poisons of the Global Depopulation Policy suffers from damage
done to the immune system.
The overall effect of the West’s chemical sterilization program will not be known until
research is allowed to occur and scientists are not punished for publishing anything
related to the pervasive chemical agents we are intentionally being subjected to for the
sake of population control.
What is certain is that the general health of people in the developed world is inferior to
that of people in the developing world despite the huge gap in the quality of their
healthcare. And that can only be adequately explained by the toxic substances that
people in developed nations have been chronically subjected to for the past 60 years.

induces state of bovine obedience
Sodium fluoride, which is the fluoridating compound used most often as it is a byproduct
of the aluminum and phosphate industries, is known as the ‘obedience drug’8 and anyone


Dr. Stepehn Cooter, Sodium Fluoride: The Obedience Drug,


poisoned with it experiences fluoride fatigue and lives in a state of behavioral control.9
A fluoridated population is an easily managed, obedient population whose ability to
think and act is greatly impaired by the tranquilizing effect of sodium fluoride. But since
everyone is being poisoned in the womb, no one knows the difference. The stability of
the political system of the western world has little to do with people’s level of
satisfaction with the status quo and everything to do with the fact that westerners are
involuntarily controlled by fluoride poisoning by their eugenic governments. The same
is true of the former Eastern Bloc countries which is why the insufferable conditions of
communism were tolerated with little or no dissent and political change had to wait for
the system’s economic collapse.

leads to genetic impoverishment
A well-guarded and revealing statistic is the percentage of women who remain childless
in developed countries versus developing countries. It is no coincidence that 1 in 4
women in many European countries (such as, Italy and Switzerland), and 1 in 5 women
in Canada and the U.S. and elsewhere in the West, never have children, whereas only 1
in 20 women in China and a mere 1 in 30 in India remain without child. The West’s
covert chemical sterilization methods, in other words, remove up to a quarter of the
populace from the procreation cycle and this results in a dangerous genetic
impoverishment if continued for even two or three generations. The total fertility rates
of developed nations hide the fact that a significant and growing percentage of women
have no children whatsoever because their family tree has been pruned by chemical
poisoning. Even a conservative estimate reveals that at least 300 million genetic lines
have been stopped dead by the Global Depopulation Policy in the western world alone.
This frightening statistic makes the Nazis, who killed at most 20 million people, look
like amateurs compared with the depopulationists that followed suit.

annihilates democracy
The primary duty of democratically-elected governments is to ensure the people’s
security. Poisoning the masses in secret with toxic chemicals to lower their fertility goes
against fundamental moral tenets and violates the premise that the government respects
the will of the people. The people have never given their government or the UN the
consent to turn the basic elements of life into weapons of mass sterility and morbidity.
Authority that is not rooted in the people and considerate of the fundamental rights of
citizens ceases to be legitimate. Since legality is the basis for legitimacy, and poisoning
people is clearly outside the law, western governments since 1950 have been illegitimate
and to this day remain illegitimate.


Dr. Bruce Spittle, Fluoride Fatigue, Paua Press, Dunedin, New Zealand, 2008.


subverts the rule of law
No government that has used or is using covert chemical sterilization agents on their
people can claim to respect the rule of law, since interfering with people’s fertility is a
violation of the genocide convention, which states unequivocally:
Article 1
The Contracting Parties confirm that genocide, whether committed in time of peace
or in time of war, is a crime under international law which they undertake to prevent
and to punish.
Article 2
In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with
intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group,
as such:
(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to
bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.
Article 3
The following acts shall be punishable:
(a) Genocide;
(b) Conspiracy to commit genocide;
(c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide;
(d) Attempt to commit genocide;
(e) Complicity in genocide.
Article 4
Persons committing genocide or any of the other acts enumerated in article III shall
be punished, whether they are constitutionally responsible rulers, public officials or
private individuals.

The West’s covert chemical sterilization program violates every article of the genocide
convention except article 2 (e) and does so with impunity and universally. To get away
with it, the freely elected governments of western nations have made the Global
Depopulation Policy impervious to legal challenges and this requires the active
subversion of the rule of law across the board. What remains is the illusion of legality
when in fact governments that commit genocide and crimes against humanity, and have
done so for more than 60 years, operate entirely above and outside the law, as no criminal
code, constitution or legal covenant, be it national or international, even remotely
attempts to justify the poisoning of people.


causes irreversible social division
By necessity, the Global Depopulation Policy is driven by a limited number of people
who are in the know while the rest of the population is utterly ignorant. This splits
society into insiders, who are an empowered elite, and outsiders, who are innocent
victims. More than this, due to the damage chemical sterilization does to the intellectual
and genetic endowment of the race, the insiders, who know how to protect themselves
and their offspring, will in just a few generations be genetically and intellectually
superior to the general population, who is subjected to chronic and inescapable
poisoning. The Global Depopulation Policy, therefore, makes eugenic claims of genetic
and intellectual superiority a self-fulfilling prophecy.

demands a culture of secrecy, deception and cruelty
The architects of the Global Depopulation Policy know that pursuing covert chemical
sterilization is a hard sell and that no one in their right mind could be persuaded to
voluntarily subject himself or his children to chronic poisoning regardless of the greater
good. That is why they have proceeded in secrecy by deceiving the general public with
lies and dissimulation so as to be able to cruelly poison their fellow men and damage
generations of children in such fundamental ways as to rob them not only of their health
and future but also of their dignity.
All western nations are as a result sustained by a culture of secrecy and by universal
hypocrisy that if unveiled would cause their sudden and well-deserved collapse. The
media, the scientific, the political, the military and even the religious elites are part and
parcel of the deception and equally complicit in crimes against humanity. The only way
they could have implemented such a global policy by such murderous means is by
consenting to cooperate and by agreeing to preserve the veil of secrecy at all costs, lest
they should all be called to account for their crimes. Once they have agreed upon this
course of action they knew there would be no way back and no way out, which is why
every international meeting at Davos, at any of the many Rockefeller foundations, or at
the executive level of every UN organization involved happens behind closed doors.

brings about the devolution of man
The multigenerational effort demanded by the demographic objectives of the Global
Depopulation Policy means that people’s intellectual and genetic endowments will be
subverted and downgraded for several generations. The damage done and yet to be done
reverses nature’s work and brings about the devolution of man. The damaged offspring
of damaged parents who themselves are born of damaged parents will have suffered such
degradation that they are unable to cope with the demands of society, which is why we
see a growing class of dysfunctional, demoralized and disabled people in developing
countries that have entered the last phase of their demographic transition.

endangering the ecosystem
All three methods of chemical sterilization – fluoridation, BPA and aluminum spraying –
contribute to environmental degradation at a time when the world can least afford it.
Fluoride, a highly toxic element, especially when derived from heavy industry as a
byproduct laced with other lethal poisons, is the last thing we should be adding to our
drinking water. If it is in our drinking water it will make its way into our aquifers, lakes,
rivers and creeks and will in time make all water undrinkable. Our landfills are
drowning in non-biodegradable BPA plastics when we could be using clean glass that
can be reused again and again, as was done until the 1980s, and that can be easily
recycled. And spraying aerosolized aluminum laced with ethylene dibromide, barium
and cationic polymer fibers from the air is nothing short of insane considering the
devastating effect these elements have on us and on all plant and animal life.

misusing science and censoring research
The application of science and medicine to cause intentional damage to the human
reproductive system and unintentional damage to our general health and to our precious
intellectual and genetic inheritance irrevocably undermines our trust in the people and
institutions that are charged with protecting us, but that instead severely harm us. If
everyone were to misuse their professional credentials the same way the lawyers,
doctors, scientists and politicians on the payroll of the Global Depopulation Policy are
doing in order to also contribute to the effort to reduce the population, then architects
would design every fourth home to collapse on top of its inhabitants, engineers would
build bridges and tunnels with deadly traps, teachers would encourage their students to
bash each other’s heads in, automakers would make sure that the wheels on their cars fall
of regularly to cause fatalities, and janitors would apply slippery oils to their newly
swept floors to make sure that a sufficient number of people break their necks on any
given day. Knowledge is supposed to be used to make our lives better and safer not
deprive us of our children and to make us ill, stupid, and fat. The level of control,
manipulation and repression necessary to steer scientists away from doing vital research
and from telling the truth invalidates the entire purpose of scientific research and
corrupts entire fields of knowledge thus undermining people’s trust in science and

invites conflict and mistrust within and between nations
If we cannot trust our doctors and scientists, our generals and politicians, our judges and
archbishops, then who can we trust. And why should we tolerate being treated like an
infestation and exterminated like vermin? This is the ultimate betrayal of our trust by
the very people we need to trust most. No society can or should function at such a
morally reprehensible level. That it has come to this speaks volumes about the
decadence of western society, which is where this diabolical policy has originated, and

about the perversion of westerners, who are the architects of this murderous plan. Once
people open their eyes and realize what is happening there will be hell to pay, as we will
have to start from the very beginning and replace all our institutions and people who are
now in control of the system. There will be no trust left within or between nations and
no one to trust.

4. AFRICA’S Bacteriological Extermination

400% growth since 1960; Crude Death Rate 21 per 1000; 50 million deaths caused
As reprehensible as the West’s covert chemical sterilization methods are they pale by
comparison with the bacteriological methods imposed on Africa by whites who have little mercy
for their own kind let alone for Africa’s blacks.
Africa is the only continent on which population control has been imposed from the outside.
Having refused to adopt fertility reduction methods – be they through legislation, coerced
surgical sterilization, or covert chemical
sterilization – the international community
decided to address Africa’s population
explosion by artificially increasing its
morbidity and mortality rates instead. And
what better way to increase illness and
death than by undermining the immune
Africa’s population in 1960 stood at 285
million and today it is 1.1 billion strong,
thus four times larger. This 400% increase
is unsustainable and would have caused the
continent’s collapse. With mass death
foreseen anyway, the US and Soviet
militaries unleashed the HIV/AIDS virus on
the African people to break the back of the
population explosion.
What could not be achieved by preventing
births is being achieved by promoting
death. The demographic transition from a
growing population pyramid to a
decreasing population mushroom is being


achieved faster than could have been done by depressing fertility but also at an infinitely higher
price in raw suffering.
Although Sub-Saharan Africa has only 11% of the world’s population it has more than 70% of
the global total of HIV-positive people. Thirty million people or 9% of all adults in Sub-Saharan
Africa are afflicted with AIDS. Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia
and Zimbabwe have an HIV prevalence of 20% or greater, that’s one in five adults. Cameroon,
Central African Republic, Kenya, Malawi and Mozambique have adult HIV prevalence levels of
10% or more.
AIDS affects population size in several ways: by increasing death, shortening life, decreasing
population growth, and depressing fertility. The architects of the Global Depopulation Policy
have struck four birds with one stone.
1. increased death rate
AIDS is the leading cause of death in Sub-Saharan Africa, where it has killed more than 20
million people in less than three decades and has in some countries more than quadrupled the
mortality rate. Deaths increase directly from AIDS and indirectly as orphans are uncared for and


face higher mortality risks.
As the epidemic spreads the number of fatalities will increase as well, especially if drugs are not
made available to the infected, which is more often than not the case due to the exorbitant price
of antiretroviral drugs and the refusal of drug companies to allow cheaper generic versions.
The unusual infectious profile of the disease ensures its rapid spread. Unlike most other
infectious diseases, AIDS has an unusually long incubation period and a high infection rate. As
a result, HIV-infected people are asymptomatic and unaware that they are infected unless they
undergo serologic testing, by which time they will have transmitted the virus to others.
As the virus is transmitted from mother to fetus mortality rates for children under five have
exploded. In some African countries projections forecast a five-fold increase in children’s
The weakened immune systems of those infected with AIDS have also increased the incidence of
infectious diseases throughout the population which has resulted in an upsurge of pneumonia and
tuberculosis throughout Africa.
The annihilating efforts of the Global Depopulation Policy have had their intended results
elevating the continent’s death rate to the highest levels in the world.

Crude Death Rate by Country (2006 data)

The crude death rate, defined as the total number of deaths per year per 1000 people, is nearly
three times higher in Africa than the global average of circa 8 per 1000.


2. decreased life expectancy
In Southern Africa, life expectancies are falling to levels
not seen in over 50 years. Across the region, life
expectancy has fallen by at least 15 years and in some
countries by 30 years or more. In a region that was
expected to reach life spans of 70 years it has instead
fallen to 55. In Lesotho, for instance, where one in four
adults is HIV/AIDS infected, life expectancy was nearly
60 years in 1990-1995 but plummeted to 34 years in
2005-2010 because of AIDS deaths.

3. depressed fertility
Because AIDS deaths are concentrated in the 25 to 45 age groups it is affecting fertility rates as
well. The fertility rate of Sub-Saharan Africa has steadily declined since the onset of the AIDS
epidemic and its decline can only be attributed to the devastation of Africans of childbearing age
since no other population control measures have taken hold in Africa.
Fertility is also affected by the greater morbidity caused by HIV/AIDS since those infected have
suppressed immune systems and are prone to developing other illnesses and infections.

Fertility rate; total (births per woman) in Sub Saharan Africa


4. decreased population growth
The increased death rate, decreased life expectancy, and depressed fertility all contribute to a
slower population growth. In a few countries the population growth has stopped entirely due to
AIDS but in the region as a whole the population continues to grow, though at a much slower

Of the four methods of population control – i.e., legislation, coerced surgical sterilization, covert
chemical sterilization, and bacteriological extermination – devised by the Global Depopulation
Policy, the deliberate causing of illness and death through the man-made HIV/AIDS virus is by
far the most brutal and immoral. Killing millions to save a continent is not a solution, it is
insanity. That the virus was created by white scientists to be used primarily on blacks shows also


that racism is alive and well and that a depopulation policy that is centrally delegated and not
controlled by the people will never be free of eugenic undertones.
The victims of HIV/AIDS in Africa alone make the Nazi Holocaust pale by comparison. The
Global Depopulation Policy as applied in Africa can no longer be described as benevolent in its
intent. It is a racist and merciless extermination policy that redefines the concept of crimes
against humanity.

It will be decades before Africa can wash away with blood the evil that was perpetrated on its
people by a race that still sees itself as superior and acts as though the earth was meant for it
Of the four options available to achieve depopulation none is without flaw, but the
bacteriological method is the most brutal and least effective; the covert chemical method is the
most effective but has the costliest long-term consequences and harms the most vulnerable
members of society, children, as well as altering the social fabric in insidious ways; the coerced
surgical method has relatively few negative consequences but will not stop population growth
unless imposed on all women after the first birth; and the legislative method is very effective and
does not punish children, placing the onus on adults, but requires police state enforcement.

Let us briefly review the cost in human life paid and yet to be paid by the people of this planet as
a result of the way in which our leadership, both national and international, have pressed on.

nearly 2 billion births covertly prevented by chemical, surgical and bacteriological
more than 500 million births overtly prevented by legislation and abortion
more than 300 million genetic lines permanently and irrevocably shut out of procreation
Japan’s, Europe’s, Russia’s, North America’s, Australia’s and New Zealand’s IQ
reduced by 15 to 25 points
10% of the populations exposed to covert chemical sterilization means rendered sexually
10% of all children born in countries subjected to covert chemical sterilization have been
condemned to developmental disorders
1 out of 5 Western women rendered infertile or childless by a combination of chemical
and psychosocial methods of population control; compared to one out of 20 in China and
1 out of 30 in India
100% of the populations subjected to chemical fertility control have damaged endocrine
systems resulting in chronic illness in at least 25% of these affected populations
all males subjected to chemical fertility control methods have compromised, substandard
more than 500 million people have met with premature deaths due to artificially high
levels of morbidity and mortality achieved through chemical, biological and
bacteriological methods of population control

It would be intellectually dishonest of me to pretend that the measures taken by the Global
Depopulation Policy have not saved the world from a far worse outcome than what has been

civilization would have long collapsed had the population been allowed to grow at
natural rates and an additional 2 billion people would have been born into the world
between 1950 and today
widespread famine would have destabilized Africa, South America and Asia by the
1980s causing universal misery and suffering of an order of magnitude never
experienced in history
a Western world with a population twice as large as today would have conquered and
taken by force the resources of Africa and South America to ensure its own survival and
standard of living


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