You’ve Been Erased! Extinction of “Useless Eaters” -Globalists Eugenics & Population Control. Have You Had Enough Yet!!!!
“If I were reincarnated, I would wish to be returned to Earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.” Price Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh
The Global elites are aggressively pursuing a plan to significantly reduce the global population. Plans are NOW underway to depopulate the planet by 6.5 billion people.
Today many methods of depopulation are being implemented by the elite. The three major depopulation agents including: worldwide hunger ( 7-8 million deaths yearly), war (killing an average of half a million people per year), and diseases (2-3 million deaths per year).
Other methods include: Chemtrails and the use of nuclear and biological agents; poisoning and contamination of the food and water supply; pharmaceutical drugs; weather modification via HAARP which triggers earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis through electromagnetic psychotronic weapons; the promotion of homosexuality and the spreading of AIDS; forced sterilization in countries such as China; vaccinations; abortion; euthanasia; Obamacare death panels; and the list goes on.
The campaign to eliminate “useless eaters” (that’s you and I) on behalf of the planet’s “privileged ruling elite”, is surely to take a more ravenous toll as global population levels rise. It can be expected.
It is no secret that the elite want you and I dead, and no longer do they hid it under wraps, no, it’s out in the open and they are proud of their stance, and any numb-nut who denies it, well, they can just rest in their stupidity….
"Useless eaters" is a term often bandied about by conspiracy theorists. This is supposedly what the heads of the New World Order/Illuminati/Bilderbergs/Reptoids/whatevercall us in their meetings in smoke-filled rooms while they light their cigars with $100 bills. It is also sometimes used by survivalists and wrongly attributed to Henry Kissinger. It is also commonly ascribed to Ted Turner, Adolf Hitler, Thomas Malthus, and Bertrand Russell. Apparently, the term originated in Nazi Germany during the Holocaust as "unnütze Esser," translating to "useless eaters." It was first used in reference to the T4 euthanasia program; which targeted the incurably ill, physically or mentally disabled, emotionally distraught, and elderly people.
Means of execution
The genocidal depopulation plan generally involves poisoning or sterilizing people through the use of chemtrails or water fluoridation. Agribusiness transnationals like Monsanto are often implicated in some sort of scheme to monopolize the world's food supply so it can be easily tainted with deadly toxins. Just about anything that can be said to involve "chemicals" can be implicated in this nefarious scheme: vaccines, alleged covert geo-engineering schemes, genetically modified food, etc. Variants of the theory include those with an anti-abortion tinge who incorporate conspiracy theories about Planned Parenthood, and AIDSconspiracy theorists who believe AIDS was concocted in a laboratory for the purpose of reducing the population. Another variant, largely attributable to Lyndon LaRouche, has worldwide nuclear war as part of the conspirators' alleged plan along with a deliberate economic collapse and de-industrialization to force the world back into a "new dark age."
A number of these theories have an anti-environmentalist bent. They posit that environmentalists are conspiring as some kind of mass Gaia cult to kill off the useless eaters. There is a very tiny grain of truth here when it comes to the really nutty ecoterrorists, Pentti Linkola, or movements like the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement, which provide generous amounts of fodder for conspiracy sites to use as a means to paintthe entire environmental movement as a mass conspiracy. This usually ties into some form of a global warming conspiracy theory or the idea that fears of overpopulation are being used as a tactic to implement the depopulation scheme. The Club of Rome and their book The Limits to Growth, and Paul R. Ehrlich and his book The Population Bomb are the convenient punching bags here.
Supporters of this theory often fail to understand the negative effects of depopulation and low populations. Fewer people will mean a smaller work force, strengthening the hand of those remaining, resulting in friction between labour and management. There will be fewer soldiers to have a strong military, meaning it will become harder to adequately maintain the safety of society. Above all though is that with fewer people the structure of government would grow unstable, and would eventually collapse.
It's also worth noting that economically there would be consequences as well. As many developed countries use capitalism, an economic system which is dependent on human growth, then heavy depopulation would mean financial disaster resulting in a volatile market. Adam Smith famously established that it is an imperative for economies, especially those using capitalism, to maintain stability. This is provably true in places like Japan whose negative population growth is contributing to its current economic woes.
And When Populations Get Too Low...
Governments have taken other extreme measures to combat low populations as well. A notable example is Russia's infamous tax on childless persons enacted during the reign of Joseph Stalin - yes, you read that right, that Stalin - to financially strong arm people to procreate to boost its low birthrate. The government even went so far as to give medals and honorary titles to women for having large families.
The policy, despite its unpopularity amongst an already miserable populace, was a resounding success. It was so successful that it caused Russia's birthrate to exceed the government's initial expectations. Satisfied the population was stable once more, the tax was phased out not to mention many of the benefits that came with having lots of children.
The currently deteriorating conditions after the fall of the Soviet Union have caused birthrates to plunge again. The idea of bringing back the tax was again put on the table in 2006 with Vladimir Putin adding that women should be paid more money to have a second child. To the relief of the childless and childfree in the country, these plans have not been put into effect. They are in a holding pattern however given the still decreasing birthrate.
Other governments have gone even further in their attempts to have stable populations. Nazi Germany began a campaign to quell the low birthrate that preceded its rise to power and which existed during its infancy. Besides given out benefits to people who gave birth, the government banned and heavily punished those who used contraception, abortion and homosexuality. Death was one of the most extreme punishments delivered. Furthermore the rights and benefits of childless people were greatly diminished resulting in people, especially women, being legally bullied to give birth. Those who did comply often got tremendous benefits including, like in the Soviet Union, medals for raising large families.
And if these past examples aren't evidence enough that governments don't want populations getting too small, the government of Iran previously encouraged people to have less children starting around 1989 to combat a boom in their population lasting from 1976-1996. The policies have until now been successful resulting in a noticeably smaller birthrate. The government has since been cutting funding to the programs to facilitate lower birthrates to boost what they feel is a population too small for their liking. For example: vasectomies, once free, have ended due to the government cutting moneyflow. The government plans to go even further showing very keen interest in banning vasectomies altogether and making it tougher, if not near-impossible, for women to get abortions and people to use contraceptives.
Japan's birthrate reached an all time low in 2005, prompting the creation of a ministerial bureau in the Cabinet Office to specifically address the issue. The Ministry of State for Declining Birthrate and Gender Equality believes greater gender equality in the workplace the most effective method of encouraging births and promotes tax reductions and longer periods of paid leave following the birth of a child.
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