Population Reduction Issues - Greed, Power

Georgia Guidestones

Those who have ever spent money on a headstone or know someone who has, knows just how costly it can be to get one for a deceased loved one. Well someone by the name of R.C. Christian back in 1979 (or a group) in Georgia, had the Elberton Granite Finishing Company to create a large stone statue with precepts on it designed to guide the populace in their way of life, but some words on this massive structure written in various languages, give you the impression that this object is a symbolic headstone for the world. It reads,

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

Some researchers believe these principles were established based on decades of New World Order plans (not conspiracies as certain individuals and groups would have you believe). The "New World Order" references were made by notable presidents like George Bush as well as many others belonging to secret societies.

If one was to take point one's reference on the guide stones seriously, then it is evident what has been happening for centuries now is population control. In this hub, we will look at the blatant details in our media as to how population reduction around the world has and will continue to impact our society.

Center for Disease Control

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has played a significant role in our society when it comes to creating diseases, maintaining control over them, as well as permitting select ones to go out of control for a time. This can be proven by the slow or quick response the operation reacts to an outbreak.

Researchers have long shared information showing that some diseases have specifically been created as chemical weapons to gradually kill off certain parts of local communities, national as well as international populations. Ways that some suggest this has occurred based on media reports and personal experiences around the web include:

1. Creating a disease, owning the patent on the infection and allowing it to spread. A good example of one such patent on the Ebola virus is found here.

2. Designing an immunization shot to combat the disease for a time while side effects continue to work causing the recipient's slow demise.

3. Advocating and generating interest in select campaigns supposedly to fight an illness only to make it worse by other means including more immunization shots, creams, pills, etc.

4. Placing blame on the people for causing it to spread while pretending that a group is unable to control or cure it for a time. This may be true for some diseases, but not for all.

5. Broadcast stories of legitimate workers who have been exposed by the disease not only for public awareness but to create a distraction from the "why" question and "who" is involved. Check out this video on CNN about a worker who had been exposed to the virus flying into the United States, click here. Later, it is found that the worker was okay. How many others did the same? The focus grew and the news media began to chase after any story that had anything to do with infected workers coming into the United States while leaving other questions unanswered like why the sudden outbreak of the virus anyway after years of not hearing about it?

Although the Center for Disease Control is an integral part of our society alerting us to disease related issues, preventing some outbreaks, offering tips on healthy living and emergency preparedness, and more, the group also has other uses that are not what some would deem morally right.

What do you think of children being vaccinated? There is much public opinion about this, see the following link.

Outbreak Reactions

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear about yet another disease outbreak?

  • Someone or something purposely spread the illness.
  • A self interest group created it to cause chaos.
  • Sadness and hope that the people affected might get better.
  • Worry and fear including nervous shakes, stomach upset, restlessness, agitation, etc.
  • Thoughts of protecting one's self and family from the disease.
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North Korea Says United States Created Ebola Outbreak

If you thought there was more going on between the United States and North Korea than meets the eye, on December 1, 2014 an article written by Adam Taylor of the Washington Post, shared that the Ebola virus was biological warfare on West Africa. The news article mentions the following:

In an article published by the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) last week, Hong Sun Gwang, vice president of North Korea's State Sanitary Inspection Board, asserted that the United States -- "kingpin of human rights abusers in the world" -- was behind the spread of Ebola. The article said that "an aide to ex-U.S. President Reagan" had "disclosed in an article that the United States developed a progenitor of Ebola virus at bio-weapon institutes built in West African countries for the purpose of launching a biological warfare." Learn more here.

From the looks of things, the United Nations had aired out North Korea's dirty laundry regarding human rights and the United States shared the information in their media outlets. A Washington Post article stated, "In February (2014), the United Nations released a remarkably comprehensive report on North Korea's human rights abuses. The report interviewed 320 people, including a number of survivors from the notorious secret political system, and concluded that the country was committing human rights violations “without any parallel in the contemporary world." See the article here. Check out information about North Korea's Human Rights here.

Since that report we have seen much in the news about North Korea from their objection to a Hollywood movie to accusations from the United States that the country's leadership was responsible for hacking system files. In February 2015, a North Korea diplomat went on record stating that "Pyongyang will no longer honor its international human rights agreements...The diplomat claimed that Washington was using the human rights issue as a pretext to overthrow North Korea's political and social system," according to VoiceofAmerica.com. We have heard that before from other countries' leaders.

Stay tuned for more to come.

Do you believe that the United States uses biological warfare to attack other countries?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Maybe
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Neurological Disorders Tied to Environment

Outbreaks Create Distractions for Big Businesses

Why not knock two birds with one stone? Conspiracy theorists talk of population reduction methods like man-made created diseases while investigative journalists report facts that are hard to dispute related to the same subject matter if one was to connect the dots. Theory usually ends up being true and there are plenty of examples around the web.

A Wall Street Journal article written by by Patrick McGroarty in Johannesburg and Drew Hinshaw in Accra, both located in Africa, reported on the fall of oil prices in the country and provides some information about West African rulers being affected by this challenge back on January 1, 2015. Now on the surface, this doesn't seem like big news for some, but it is for those who rely heavily on the sell of oil to keep their country's economy afloat. According to the article, "For more than 30 years in office, Mr. dos Santos has relied on the proceeds from oil sales. If that revenue continues to shrink, “the very assumption that this regime is able to weather all sorts of storms would be in question,” Mr. de Oliveira said.

In the country of Cameroon, they too rely on the sell of oil. "Oil receipts pay for a quarter of the national budget in Cameroon, where Paul Biya has ruled for more than three decades. Gabon, ruled since 1967 by Omar Bongo, then his son Ali Bongo Ondimba, draws more than half its budget and most of its export revenue from oil," according to the Wall Street Journal article.

In the same report, Africa’s longest-serving leader, Teodoro Obiang, who has ruled Equatorial Guinea since 1979 has also been impacted by the declining gas prices. "The country of some 722,000 people is Africa’s richest by per capita, yet the World Bank says 80% of the population lives on less than $2 a day."

Think about that for a moment. Notice gas prices have fallen in America and prior to that an Ebola outbreak in Africa. Upon further research, you will find that back in early October of 2014, Exxon Mobile postponed drilling in Liberia due to the outbreak.

PressTv reported October 24, 2014 that an investigative journalist reported the outbreak was a distraction. "The Ebola “hype is to distract everyone from what is actually happening” in West Africa, Susanne Posel, chief editor of Occupy Corporatism, told Press TV on Thursday.

“What is actually happening in Liberia is they [the US] found out they have natural gas and petrol a hundred years worth or more. They want to extract it and they don’t want anyone to give them any problems,” she noted.

What many still don't know is Africa is rich in oil. But you wouldn't think it because Americans have been bombarded over the years with media propaganda painting locals as indigenous, impoverished, nude people who live in rural lands starving while wild beasts run among them. Although this is true in some parts, Africa has many metropolitan cities and appears to be doing quite well. But with an outbreak and vested interest in oil, what do you think is really happening?

Control Food Supply + Health = Population Control

China's Population Control

China now permits two children per couple if one parent is an only child. China is strict when it comes to population control. When a couple finds out they are pregnant, they are expected to apply for a government-issued birth permit, now known as a family planning service certificate. The process is complex and requires as many as 16 official stamps from entities. This all must be done prior to the birth of the child. Otherwise, the hospital will not issue a birth certificate.

Neighbors are required to snitch on those who might be harboring unregistered children.

Those that have violated the one-child policy aren't awarded bonus money on jobs and can potentially be terminated.

The woman is still responsible for birth control. If she has one child she is to get an IUD and if two, her tubes are to be tied.

The woman must undergo an ultra sound at least three or four times of year to verify the IUD is still in place.

Abortions and other similar procedures are still ongoing when one finds out she is pregnant.

Birth Control Around the World

Countries like Niger, Egypt, Middle East, North Africa, and others have had population increases over the years. The solution to the problem has been public awareness about family planning methods. However, for many families they continue to populate anyway despite financial lack, food, adequate resources, space to raise a family, and more.

When the problem is not addressed or solved, the countries go silent about the issue for a time. However, some critics will blame government for not doing their part. In a New York Times article entitled, Egypt’s Birthrate Rises as Population Control Policies Vanish, by Kareem Fahim, written in May 2013, “The birthrate is important. It is not right to ignore the population problem,” said Hassan Zaky, a demographer who teaches at Cairo University and the American University in Cairo. “Before, there was a clear policy. Now, we don’t know where we are going. We don’t know the view of the state.” In the past, there was heavy advertising related to family planning, clinics built, and other strategies to reduce the population in Egypt.

The article goes on, “The real problem is with us, as an administration,” said Hamid al-Daly, a representative of the ultraconservative Nour Party and a member of the health committee in Egypt’s upper house of Parliament. “The population in China is over a billion, but there is good management and good utilization of resources. The population is a blessing if we use it well, and a curse if we mismanage the crisis.”

Iran

For two decades, Iran controlled its populace through vasectomies, health ministry-issued contraceptives, statutory family planning advice for newly-weds and even a state-owned condom factory, as reported in a 2012 article Iran scraps birth control programme in baby boom bid. Since then things have changed and population restriction policies have been lifted.

The concern that has constantly been brought up by those who advocate population control is the lack of food, land and resources.

Undesirable Population - Blacks, Homosexuals, Hispanics

Drug induced Dementia

Work to Rid the World of the Undesirables

We live in a world with people who despise others so much in fact they wish they were dead. Whether they die by murder, disease, or some other event just so long as it isn't natural causes because that takes to long, they rather see people gone off this planet.

The undesirables are those that have mental illness, uneducated, handicap, often sick, or useless to the workforce, household, etc. You may have heard of senior citizens being prescribed far too many medicines. Vitamin content being much more than the human body needs. Homosexuals being plagued with the Aids virus and later others. Black communities being affected with drugs and alcohol addictions.

Observers wondered what was going on, researchers investigated and the truth revealed what some didn't really want to know, special interest groups were slowly but surely killing off the populace.

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ikepius 21 months ago from Twittosphere: @ikepius

just wanted to say that I found your hub very interesting. I cannot agree with everything you say though, yet I found it interesting.

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