Sunday, May 19, 2013

US Human Depopulation Programs: A Brief History from the 1700's to Present

Population control serves the U.S. strategic, economic, and military interests at the expense of the developing Third World or Lesser Developed Countries (LDCs).

The plan claims that their population growth is detrimental and a grave threat to U.S. national security in four ways:

(1) large nations may gain political power.

(2) The U.S. and its allies need the strategic materials from those countries.

(3) A high birth rate means more young people who are more likely than older people to challenge global power structures.

(4) Population growth in relatively disadvantaged countries jeopardizes U.S. investments.


Genocidal war is about body counts – un-armed men, women and children are all total war targets to fulfill the objective of world population reduction.

However, war destroys a lot of infrastructure.

Accordingly, other methods were developed that are equally effective and might even increase profits in other service industries, also affiliated with the elite who consistently view other humans as sources of profit or commodities, even in death.

Genocide, under other pretenses, is regularly practiced to limit "excesses" in order to preserve the earth and its resources for the "fittest."

Elite-controlled governments are indifferent to the slaughter, starvation, slave labor, and suffering of others, as evidenced by a callous response from former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright when questioned about the 500,000 children who died in Iraq as a result of the U.S.-imposed sanctions.

She said, "It was worth it."

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