The Plan to Kill Three Billion Entities Implemented by Former President Jimmy Carter.
Below are a few quotes you might find veeeeery interesting. After reading I advise you to go Google “GLOBAL 2000 REPORT” and check things out for yourself. Like I always say, and I say again….You don’t have to take MY word for it, do the research yourself.I’ll even help you out a little….here are the links to the actual report. Im giving you Vol I AND II. They’re both in PDFformat to make sure your Adobe is updated. If it’s not you’ll be asked to update.
The Global 2000 Report to the President: Volume 1
The Global 2000 Report to the President: Volume 2
This report falls in line with the infamous UN Agenda 21 that I talk about alot. I think I’ve even posted a link here for you to find out about that if you don’t already know. It also coinsides with the Wetlands Project. If I haven’t already talked about that here I will indeed. It’s the reason behind the quietly kept North American Union that has ALREADY happened, the Super Highway, and a whole host of other things that we’ve blindly let slip under the radar. And what about our food???
Poison now being put into beef, other meat and vegitables to deliberately create cancer and other illnesses…
(Depopulation by slow death is good business for A.M.A. (American medical Association)
Look, I don’t make this stuff up, I just study it. All you have to do is take a look at my other blog The Red Pill and you’ll see that plans have already been set in motion. Why do you think the economy is the way it is??? There are no coinencidences my friend, everything happens for a reason. BELIEVE THAT!
Anyway…..below you’ll find the quotes I mentioned above…
“We are going to get Global 2000 implemented, one way or another by famine, starvation, or by choice…We need a real economic shock, a depression to get our message across.”
–Statement of a Zero Population Growth spokesman (9/18/81)
(* Source: The Spiral Report Vol. 111 – March 31, 1982)
The Global 2000 Population Reduction Plan officially began during the Carter Administration – the current plan stems from the “Global 2000 Report” to the President., an 800 page study submitted by the State Dept. and the Council on Environmental Quality to Carter (first printed in Great Britain in 1982) However, the mass-genocide idea was originally started about 10 years ago by members of the Club of Rome according to the Spiral Report Volume 111, #3 – March, 1982.
Letter of Transmittal
(Excerpts from the first page of The Global 2000 Report to the President)
Sir: In your environmental Message to the Congress of May, 1977, you directed the Council on Environmental Quality and the Department of State, working with other federal agencies, to study the “probable changes in the in the world’s population, natural resources, and environment through the end of the century.” This endeavor was to serve as the “foundation of our long-term planning.” The effort we then undertook to project present world trends and to establish a foundation for planning is now complete, and we are pleased to present our present report to you. What emerges are not predictions but rather projections developed by the U.S. Government agencies of what will happen to population, resources,
and environment if present policies continues.
Our conclusions, summarized in the pages that follow, are disturbing. They indicate the potential for global problems of alarming proportions by the year 2000. Environmental, resource, and population stresses are intensifying and will increasingly determine the quality of human life on our planet. These stresses are already sever enough to deny many people basic needs for food, shelter, health, and jobs, or any hope for betterment. At the same time, the earth’s carrying capacity — the ability of biological systems to provide resources for human needs is–eroding. The trends reflected in the Global 2000 Study suggest strongly a progressive degradation and impoverishment of the earth’s natural resource base.
If these trends are to be altered and the problems diminished, vigorous, determined new initiatives will be required worldwide to meet human needs while protecting and restoring the earth’s capacity to support life. Basic natural resources–farmlands, fisheries, forests, minerals, energy, air, and water–must be conserved and better managed. Changes in public policy are needed around the world before problems worsen and options for effective action are reduced.
* The Federal agencies that cooperated in this effort were the Department of Agriculture, Energy, and the Interior, the Agency for International Development, the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Science Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
“In many ways rampant population growth is an even more dangerous and subtle threat to the world than nuclear war. The commitment of government to deal with the population issue is of course essential.”
“There are only two ways of preventing a world with 10 billion inhabitants. Either the birth rate drops or the death rate will rise. There is no other way.”
There are, of course, many ways to make the death rate increase. In the thermonuclear age war can take care of this very quickly and in a definite way. Famine and disease are the oldest.”
Robert Mc. Namara, former U.S. Secretary of defense and former president of the World Bank, is presently a member of the board of directors of the Washington Post.
“I have already written off more than a billion people. These people are in places in Africa, Asia, Latin America. We can’t save them. The population crisis and the food supply question dictate that we should not even try.
It’s a waste of time. These people will suffer from continuous cycles of natural disaster, famine, hunger, flood, drought. Some old fools and young ones may talk of trying to mount a noble effort to help these people. But they can’t be saved.”
General Maxwell Taylor is the former commander-in-chief of the U.S. forces during the Vietnam war, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President John Kennedy.
“With the collaboration of Unesco and other institutions, including education ministries, we must develop…youth apprenticeship programs..to foster mistrust of the physical science, humility of the human conditions, and the hatred of the nation-state–among other things–for those intellectual attitudes are the premises to comprehend the grave problems of demographical explosion and resource limitations.” Aurelio Peccei, chairman of the Club of Rome, in his released book, Hundred pages for the Future.