Recently in Austin, a branch of a eugenics organization named Population Connection (www.popconnect.org), formerly known as Zero Population Growth, had a presentation to show locals. Austin was one of 12 cities this organization has planned to show the presentation to. The meeting took place Thursday night, June 14th right as an ominous rainstorm opened up when the meeting began. This was at 7 pm on the back patio of local coffee house Austin Java.
Population Connection seeks to "stabilize" world population growth through tools such as, "family planning, education for women, and the right to make personal reproductive choices." This could be read as: abortion, eugenics because of global warming propaganda, and abortion. According to John Seager, head of the organization, this is necessary because of global warming. Seager writes in a paper given out at the event that, "Scientists warn that temperatures will continue to rise unless we stabilize greenhouse gas levels" and that "the most likely culprits are people - all of us." There were at least 10 different pieces of propaganda at the event covered with many multicolored condoms.
The group wasn't up for debating whether humans cause global warming, the root argument from the organization to cull the population. As Professor Paul Reiter of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) & Pasteur Institute, Paris has said “We imagine we live in an age of reason, and the global warming alarm is dressed up as science, but it’s not science. It’s propaganda.” Reiter is joined by another member of the IPCC in saying “I’ve often heard it said that there is a consensus of thousands of scientists on the global warming issue, and that humans are causing a catastrophic change to the climate system. Well I am one scientist, and there are many that think that is simply not true.” Before we start doing something drastic, would it not be best to at least have a debate first?
Propaganda and condoms were readily available at the meeting.
The audience was packed with no supporters of the Population Connection agenda, so it wasn't going to be easy for Burnadette Donahue, who is head of the groups Austin branch, to give the presentation. Burnadette mentioned she was from Kyle, Texas and agreed that there is plenty of space out there. Burnadette was joined by her assistant Jen Wireman. Burnadette introduced herself and explained to us the importance of “stabilizing” the population because of global warming and lack of resources, such as oil (Link) and water. The group had a good laugh at that as huge streams of fresh rain water could be seen flowing out of the parking lot onto Lamar Blvd. Jen, with a pentagram tatoo visible on her wrist, nodded in agreement with Burnadette and added, “More people, more problems.”
The presentation continued with a round table introduction of everyone at the meeting. Craig introduced himself and raised concerns about where the group received their funding from, whether it was from groups such as the Ford Foundation or the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. Guymon, a local activist, expressed deep concerns that the agenda would undermine some of the core ideals of the constitution: life, liberty and private property (which includes one's body). Troy, another local activist, brings up the fact that populations are already lowering in many nations, such as Japan and Russia for example. Russia, where families are actually getting paid to have children because of low population levels and Japanese having less than 2 children on average meaning a declining population. Guymon and Troy are both locally based international radio show hosts and can be heard on RevereRadio.net on Saturday.
Burnadette assured us that she didn't want to violate the constitution or break any laws. Someone from the audience asked a question along the lines of if population control was constitutional. Burnadette responded that they weren't about population control, they were about population stabilization. Right, because we all know when you try to stabilize something, you don't control it. So remember folks, the group that used to call itself Zero Population Growth is not about population control. Burnadette is not only contradicted by her own words, but by her groups original founder, Paul R. Ehrlich, who was quoted as saying:
One has to wonder why they changed their name. On their web page, the reason given is incomplete “Since changing our name from Zero Population Growth to Population Connection, we” and its cut off mid sentence.
During the presentation it was brought up how women were being sterilized in Africa through vaccines. Burnadette and Jen both expressed that they were not in support of forced sterilization. One of their actions was lobbying for a bill that would mandate federal funded sex education called the REAL act. Burnadette and Jen were both flown to DC to lobby for the bill by the Population Connection group. Population Connection president and Ford Foundation connected John Seager may not feel the same. Seager, from an article written in fall 2004 said “Is this so-called 'birth dearth,'... really a problem? It is not.”
Later in that article he goes on to lament that American families are just having too many kids – that we need negative population growth. Seager was involved in a detailed study on the effect of AIDS in badly affected areas of Africa. First African woman Nobel Peace Prize winner, Wangari Maathai, has claimed that AIDS was deliberately created as “a tool to control them [Africans] designed by some evil-minded scientists.”
Others have written how AIDS is being spread in Africa through “family planning” groups in the areas studied in Seagers report through a contraceptive called Depo Provera. Notice how “Depop” can be spelled with the first five letters of the drugs name. Was Seager possibly keeping an eye on how well their AIDS inducing depopulation contraceptives are working?
When people such as Seager, and Population Connection founder Paul R. Ehrlich develop elitist attitudes, problems are bound to occur. An agenda gets developed and junk science is used to push that agenda. Where does backing for that agenda originate? One must look at the elitist bankers and groups pushing for the exact same plan – Click here for a video of a speech Edmund de Rothschild gave pushing for an agenda almost exactly parallel with Population Connections.
Then one must look at where the funding for groups such as this originate. Burnadette was unsure where her grant came from, but assured me she would get me that information. As of this writing I have not received anything. Would anyone be surprised to see the same shady groups that Population Connection has associated with in the past?
Population Connection founder, Paul R. Ehrlich started the organization in 1968 with Richard Bowers and Charles Remington. Paul R. Ehrlich's claim to fame was a book called “The Population Bomb” written in 1968 was based on his predictions of massive global famine, starvation, death, disorder, etc that he wrote in an article in New Scientist the year before. It sounds very chilling and is dressed up with similar junk science as man made global warming, so its no surprise Ehrlichs predictions were for almost 37 years ago. He wrote the book at the suggestion of Sierra Club executive director, David Brower. Burnadette, having admitted to consorting with the Sierra Club, basically gives the same line in her presentation. Ehrlich also gives warning that entire nations wouldn't be able to exist by the end of the 20th century, including England. Despite the persistent existence of England, Sierra Club members still highly praise the book.
One of those in line with this Malthusian agenda was member of congress, George H. W. Bush, who created and managed the Republican Task Force on Earth Resources and Population. It was started around 1970 and was comprised of over 20 Republican Congressmen. Section two of a congressional record of this task force was titled “Population Control.”
As Webster Tarpley writes on the subject, in a book about Bush Sr, “the task force provided a public forum to nearly every well-known zero-growth fanatic, from Paul Ehrlich, founder of Zero Population Growth (ZPG), to race scientist William Shockley, to the key zero-growth advocates infesting the federal bureaucracy.” Tarpley goes on to write, “As for Paul Ehrlich, his program for genocide included a call to the US government to prepare 'the addition of...mass sterilization agents' to the US food and water supply, and a 'tough foreign policy' including termination of food aid to starving nations. As radical as Ehrlich might have sounded then, this latter point has become a staple of foreign policy under the Bush Administration.” After this task force was created, George H. W. Bush was awarded a post as ambassador to the United Nations under UN secretary general Kurt Waldheim, now infamous for his discovered Nazi connections.
Paul Ehrlich married Anne Fitzhugh Howland in the early 1950s. Anne is a member of many environmental, sustainability and elitist groups including Sierra Club and the Club of Rome. The Club of Rome is a Neo-Malthusian globalist think tank that sees humanity as a threat to the world and seeks to limit its growth. They seek to do this through engineering a widely perceived direct external threat. In the words of the group itself, in a report called The First Global Revolution, "In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine, and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention . . . The real enemy, then is humanity itself." The Club of Rome is interconnected with other groups such as the Bilderberg group and Bohemian Grove, which can be seen as the workings of a “New World Order” towards a one world government. New World Order being the phrase key members of these groups, such as former president George H.W. Bush, David Rockefeller, and potential future Prime Minister of the UK, Gordon Brown use to describe what they are setting up.
In the United States, an external threat is said to be needed to push a one world government driven foreign policy. As Trilateral Commission co-founder, Council on Foreign Relations and Bilderberg group member Zbigniew Brzezinski has said, "Moreover, as America becomes an increasingly multi-cultural society, it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues, except in the circumstance of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat." Brzezinkski was recently confronted at a speech he gave by true American hero Luke Rudkowski. If there is to be any hope of stopping this fraudulent and genocidal eugenics on an unimaginable scale, we must all confront the globalists like Brzezinski everywhere they go. Luke also confronted David Rockefeller, one of the highest players in this admitted conspiracy.
As the meeting ended, it was clear that the group didn't want to debate whether it was legitimate to push such a radical idea without knowing about the other side, an elitist agenda pushed by the highest levels of power to remove 87% of the human race. These rules are clearly written in stone on an unholy alter of anti humanity called the Georgia Guidestones on the 33rd parallel.
I assured Burnadette and Jen I would send them pertinent documentaries about this issue, UN Agenda 21, and man made global warming being a hoax to make sure they understand what is behind the curtain of Population Connection. I sent them both the email and have yet to hear back. Lets hope it wasn't a futile attempt on our part to try to sway the worker bees of a much larger evil force and that they check out the documentaries and never push this filth in Austin again. Be aware and watch for this group in your town. Never forget the words of H.L. Mencken, “The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false-face for the urge to rule it.”
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