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Billionaires for Eugenics

Billionaires For Eugenics

The Intel Hub
By Servando Gonzalez
May 8, 2011

On May 5th, 2009, some of the most notorious members of the “billionaires club” — David Rockefeller, Bill Gates, Ted Turner, Oprah Winfrey, Warren Buffett, George Soros, Eli Broad, Peter G. Peterson, Patty Stonesifer, John Morgridge, Michael Bloomberg and a few other billionaires –, secretly met at the Manhattan residence of Sir Paul Nurse, president of Rockefeller University.

HISTORY OF EUGENICS

The meeting was eerily similar to another meeting that took place on January 20, 1942, in Wansee, a Berlin suburb.

In the Wansee Conference, some high ranking Nazi officials, led by SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich, dispassionately discussed the more efficient methods to carry out the “Final solution to the Jewish question.”

Though European Jews were the main targets for elimination, other groups, especially Slavs, Romany and mentally and/or physically disabled Germans, were also persecuted and murdered. The total death toll is estimated at between 12 and 26 million.

As expected, the U.S. mainstream media was very careful not to inform the American people about the billionaires meeting in Manhattan, but some details eventually were known.

Quoting an anonymous person who attended the meeting, a major U.K. newspaper reported that “a consensus emerged that they would back a strategy in which population growth would be tackled as a potentially disastrous environmental, social and industrial threat.”

According to other sources, billionaires who attended the secret meeting convened on the initiative of Bill Gates. Giving credibility to this is the fact that Gates had made similar points at a conference he attended on February 18, 2010, in Long Beach, California.

“Official projections say the world’s population will peak at 9.3 billion [up from 6.6 billion today] but with charitable initiatives, such as better reproductive healthcare, we think we can cap that at 8.3 billion,
” Gates said. Translated into plain English, this means that Mr. gates is planning to participate in the killing of more than a billion human beings.

Also present at the meeting in Manhattan was media czar Ted Turner, billionaire founder of CNN who stated in a 1996 interview for the Audubon nature magazine, where he said that a 95% reduction of world population to between 225-300 million would be “ideal.” In a 2008 interview at Philadelphia’s Temple University, Turner fine-tuned the number to 2 billion, a cut of more than 70% from today’s population.

The Rockefeller family is known for their generosity in contributing, through their non-profit, “philanthropic” foundations, to all causes whose goal is population control. Actually they were instrumental in the creation of the eugenics movement in the U.S., which later was exported to Germany where the Nazis brought it to its highest development.

Since the early 1920’s the Rockefeller Foundation began funding the eugenics research in Germany through the Kaiser-Wilhelm Institutes in Berlin and Munich. Beginning in the 1950’s, John D. Rockefeller III, used his foundation money to create a population reduction neo-Malthusian program through his private Population Council in New York.

It is not a coincidence that all of the billionaires who attended the Manhattan meeting are strong supporters of the creation of a New World Order. The NWO they envision is the global, communo-fascist totalitarian regime that will be implemented after they have killed 70% of the current world’s population and reduced the survivors to pre-industrial level of consumption.

This will be a techno-fascist medieval society with no middle class, with only the dirty poor serfs confined to decaying cities and the billionaire masters living in fortified castles, enjoying the beauty of a depopulated Gaia.

Some naïve people see this as another unfounded conspiracy theory. Their rationale is based on the belief that they would not want to kill us, when they need us as consumers to further engross their fortunes. We must remember that, when news spread that the Nazis were killing the Jews, some people, including some Jews, didn’t believe it.

The Nazis, they reasoned, needed them to exploit as slave labor in the war factories. Unfortunately, the ones who thought that ended up in the extermination camps. Trying to find logic in the minds of mass murderers is a perilous exercise in frustration.

Early this year, enviro-journalist Bryan Nelson wrote a Mother Nature Network report entitled “Was Genghis Khan History’s Greenest Conqueror?” [1] In it, he claimed that Genghis Khan’s invasions of the 13th and 14th centuries were so sweeping, it “may have been the first instance in history of a single culture causing man-made climate change.” According to Nelson, Genghis Khan contributed to cool the environment by “effectively scrubbing around 700 million tons of carbon from the atmosphere.”

Obviouysly, if Nelson survives the planned mass killing, he would happily write an article claiming that the eugenicist billionaires have gained their rightful place in history as the greenest mass killers in human history. I would not be surprised if somebody suggests carving their smiling faces in Mount Rushmore honoring their success in saving Gaia from us useless eaters.

Had a group of people secretly met to plan the assassination of one single person, it would be a conspiracy to commit a murder, a crime penalized by the U.S. law. But, even though the Manhattan meeting eventually leaked to the press, none of the would-be mass murderers have been indicted. Obviously, these billionaires see themselves above the law because they are above the law.

The would-be mass murderers’ rationale for wanting to kill more than a billion of us is that the Earth resources are limited, and we consume and pollute too much. But just a perfunctory analysis of the problem evidences that any of the billionaires who attended the secret meeting consume and pollute more in a single day than the people of some small third-world countries do in a year. Therefore, I would have expected that, if they really wanted to solve the problem in order to save the planet, they have plans to commit suicide after having killed their whole families.

Actually, just from the point of view of efficiency, that solution may be much more practical. But no. The hyperpolluter billionaires want to do it the hard way, by killing you, me, and several billion more. I guess that currently Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot are turning around in their graves, knowing that these billionaires are trying harder to beat their records as the greatest mass murderers in modern history.
Notes:

[1] Bryan Nelson, “Was Genghis Khan history’s greenest conqueror?,” MotherNatureNetwork, Jan 24 2011, http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/climate-weather/stories/was-genghis-khan-historys-greenest-conqueror.

Servando Gonzalez is a Cuban-born American writer, semiologist and intelligence analyst. He has written books, essays and articles on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics.
Servando is the author of Historia herética de la revolución fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception and La madre de todas las conspiraciones, all available at Amazon.com.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s new challenge: Eating only what he kills (and yes, we do mean literally…)

Mark Zuckerberg’s new challenge: Eating only what he kills (and yes, we do mean literally…)

By Patricia Sellers May 26, 2011:

Last year Mark Zuckerberg set out to learn Chinese. Now he’s determined to get in touch with his food. If the goats, lobsters and chickens of Silicon Valley aren’t trembling, they should be.

Mark Zuckerberg’s new plan: Eat what you kill

The eyes of a hunter.

When he’s not too busy connecting people across the universe, Mark Zuckerberg is pursuing a new “personal challenge,” as he calls it. “The only meat I’m eating is from animals I’ve killed myself,” says the Facebook founder and CEO.

It’s an odd dietary direction for the 27-year-old Internet billionaire, but since he has taken to killing goats, pigs and chickens, “I’m eating a lot healthier foods. And I’ve learned a lot about sustainable farming and raising of animals,” he says. “It’s easy to take the food we eat for granted when we can eat good things every day.”

Zuckerberg’s new goal came to light, not surprisingly, on Facebook. On May 4, Zuckerberg posted a note to the 847 friends on his private page: “I just killed a pig and a goat.”

This drew a stream of emotional comments, which were a mixture of confusion, curiosity, and outright disgust. Zuckerberg posted his own comment in response, explaining that he fixates on a personal challenge each year (in 2009, he wore a tie every day), and this year’s is about animals and meat.

Zuckerberg’s guide on this strange journey has been a well-known Silicon Valley chef named Jesse Cool. She lives in Palo Alto, eight houses away from Zuckerberg, and owns a local restaurant called Flea Street Café. Cool has introduced Zuckerberg to nearby farmers and advised him as he killed his first chicken, pig, and goat. “He cut the throat of the goat with a knife, which is the most kind way to do it,” says Cool.

Killing is just the kickoff. After that, the dead creatures go to a butcher in Santa Cruz, who cuts them into parts. Zuckerberg and his longtime girlfriend, Priscilla, have been cooking what he slaughters, eating what many people would not dare consume. He recently ate a chicken, including the heart and liver, and used the feet to make stock. He posted a photo of the bird on his Facebook page, along with a list of the dishes he made from it.

Only Zuckerberg can explain what this is really about. Now in Europe for Facebook meetings, he sent Fortune an email detailing his thoughts:

To start, let me give you some background on what I’m doing. Every year in recent memory, I’ve taken on a personal challenge — something to learn about the world, expand my interests and teach myself greater discipline. I spend almost all of my time building Facebook, so these personal challenges are all things I wouldn’t normally have the chance to do if I didn’t take the time.

Last year, for example, my personal challenge was to learn Chinese. I blocked out an hour every day to study and it has been an amazing experience so far. I’ve always found learning new languages challenging, so I wanted to jump in and try to learn a hard one. It has been a very humbling experience. With language, there’s no way to just “figure it out” like you can with other problems — you just need to practice and practice. The experience of learning Mandarin has also led me to travel to China, learn about its culture and history, and meet a lot of new interesting people.

This year, my personal challenge is around being thankful for the food I have to eat. I think many people forget that a living being has to die for you to eat meat, so my goal revolves around not letting myself forget that and being thankful for what I have. This year I’ve basically become a vegetarian since the only meat I’m eating is from animals I’ve killed myself. So far, this has been a good experience. I’m eating a lot healthier foods and I’ve learned a lot about sustainable farming and raising of animals.

I started thinking about this last year when I had a pig roast at my house. A bunch of people told me that even though they loved eating pork, they really didn’t want to think about the fact that the pig used to be alive. That just seemed irresponsible to me. I don’t have an issue with anything people choose to eat, but I do think they should take responsibility and be thankful for what they eat rather than trying to ignore where it came from.

While Zuckerberg’s new diet hasn’t exactly gone viral in the way that, say, Facebook has, he says he’s seen some people warming to it: “I was surprised by how many of my friends have interests in some of the areas I’m exploring in such diverse ways. Many are vegetarian, some enjoy hunting and some even farm. My girlfriend is my main partner in this, though, since we eat the most meals together.

Zuckerberg’s learning curve has been evolutionary: moving from sea creatures to land animals. His first kill was a lobster, which he boiled alive. He says it was a difficult kill, at least emotionally. He had an entirely new feeling once he took a bite: “The most interesting thing was how special it felt to eat it after having not eaten any seafood or meat in a while.”

After the lobster, the next animal to fall at his hands was a chicken. What’s next on this journey? He’s told people that he’s interested in going hunting.

Zuckerberg says the new kill-what-you-eat diet hasn’t changed his frequent restaurant goings; he just limits himself to places where he can eat vegetarian. There has, however, been one unintended side effect: he notices that when he invites friends over to his house, they’re loathe to eat too much of what he’s making. He attributes that to them wondering if there’s enough to go around. “I guess they feel like I don’t have too much meat, so I should eat it myself,” he says. “I prefer sharing though.” Spoken like a true social media baron.

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