Global genocide in scientific package
The Club of Rome celebrates its 50th anniversary.
I must say that in the late 60's. there were many events that prepared the transition of the world to new rails. And the establishment of the Club of Rome is one of them. In the second half of the 1960s. the signs of the crisis of the world economic order that developed after the Second World War were clearly evident. This order was largely laid back in 1944 at the international monetary and financial conference in Bretton Woods (USA). The essence of the current order is in the gold dollar standard, the binding of money issue and monetary circulation to the gold reserve of the US Treasury, and the stability of the exchange rates of national monetary units.
Omitting the details, I will say that this standard has already deterred world economic development. The "owners of money" (the main shareholders of the US Federal Reserve System) were already burdened by the gold standard (although it existed in a truncated form). There was preparation for the abolition of this standard, that is, figuratively speaking, to the removal of the "golden brake" from the US Federal Reserve's printing press. "The owners of money" prepared a revolution, as a result of which they, at last, realize the centuries-old dream of alchemists. True, those dreamed of receiving gold from iron. And modern "masters of money" expected to receive real wealth (including yellow metal) from the air.
In order for this mechanism to work effectively, it was necessary to ensure one condition: to eliminate the presence of the state in the economy, to cancel many laws (for example, antimonopoly), to ensure that everything is sold and bought. And also to eliminate any barriers to the movement of money, which for centuries were built by states. In this case, with the help of the FRS printing press, the whole world could be bought. And then the "owners of money" solemnly announced that from now on they are "the masters of the world".
The transition to a new currency standard occurred in 1976, when the Jamaica International Conference was held, at which the gold dollar standard was abolished and replaced with a paper dollar one. By this time, the "owners of money" had already done a great deal of preparatory work to implant the ideology of economic liberalism throughout the world (free market, privatization of state property, deregulation of the economy, curtailment of social functions of the state, etc.).
The creation of the Rome Club in 1968 was also a preparation for a new world order. First of all, the club was needed for a "scientific" justification for globalization, which opened the possibility for the owners of the printing press of the US Federal Reserve to buy assets from all over the world.
But back in the 60s of last century. The creation of the Roman Club was preceded by a closed meeting in 1965 at the estate of American billionaire David Rockefeller in Bellagio (Italy), two dozen "intellectuals" (writers and scientists) from different countries. Later this meeting was called the conference "Conditions of the World Order". Apparently, the owner of the estate managed to convince the "intellectuals" that they can play a significant role in shaping the future world order.
After this "rehearsal" in 1968, an official meeting took place with the participation of 75 "intellectuals" in Rome, where the foundation of the Club of Rome was solemnly announced (apparently, the name of the organization was determined by the meeting place). All the reference books and encyclopedias tell us the names of the two founders, the founding fathers of the Club of Rome. The first of these is Alexander King, Director General for Science of the OECD. The second is a large Italian scholar, manager and public figure Aurelio Peccei (1908-1984), who had close relations with the corporations Olivetti and Fiat. He held positions in top management there.
A. Peccei was president of the club in the period 1969-1984, A. King - in 1984-1990. At the same time, experts who have deeply studied the history and activities of the Club of Rome, note that they were nominal founders. King was a kind of "wedding general", and Peccei played the role of the same manager. The real founders remained in the shadow. Who are they?
The true founder of this organization was David Rockefeller, American billionaire, banker, politician, philanthropist. The very same one, at an Italian villa, hosted an informal meeting of a small group of "intellectuals" in 1965. That same grandson of the famous John Rockefeller, an oilman, the founder of the Rockefeller clan, the first dollar billionaire.
The one who in 1955 united its banking assets and created one of the largest banks in the world called Chase Manhattan Bank. The one who was the head of the Rockefeller House in the period 2004-2017. The one who at the time of the founding meeting in Rome in 1968 already actively participated in the work of such influential organizations as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg Club. The one who in March last year passed away in 102nd year.
We can say that the largest in the life of this billionaire were two projects - the transnational bank Chase Manhattan Bank and the Club of Rome. But the fact that the true founders of the Club of Rome were not Peccei and King, but David Rockefeller, many who even heard and read about this club, learned only after the death of a billionaire.
The Roman Club has been presented to many people and is still represented as a fairly open international organization dealing with the issues of forecasting the socio-economic and demographic processes in the world. As a kind of platform on which freinds-intellectuals gather and discuss issues of the distant future. Like, the Roman club is far from politics, it's purely a research organization, another think tank, of which there are several thousand in the world.
Almost all known "think tanks" are assigned to certain states, they are working out recommendations for their governments. But the Club of Rome - an international organization, it has no national predilections. As it follows from its constituent documents, she is concerned about the fate of all mankind. Outwardly, everything looks so, that the research of the Club of Rome is addressed to the governments of all countries of the world. Like, the beneficiaries of the activities of this international organization are ultimately all people on our planet. But in fact the main beneficiary was the Rothschild clan. To some extent - all the "owners of money" (the main shareholders of the US Federal Reserve).
"Masters of money" have always wanted and want to become "masters of the world." To do this, you need to buy with the products of the printing press everything that is on the planet. Human-created assets, God-created natural resources and, ultimately, the man himself. But it turns out that the "owners of money" are extremely concerned that many natural resources on the planet can be depleted as a result of the fact that there are too many people in the world, and the population of the planet continues to grow. The greed of the "owners of money" makes them think about how to reduce the burden on the Earth's natural resources, but not for the sake of the people's good, but in order to get as much money as possible to the "owners of money." And the Club of Rome must prepare "recommendations" for this part.
Already in 1971, Professor of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) J. Forrester prepared a report entitled "World Dynamics", which gave impetus to a series of similar reports within the framework of the Club of Rome. The next was a report entitled "Limits of Growth", prepared in 1972 by a group of researchers led by the American professor MIT Dennis Meadows (I mentioned this report first). Then in 1974 followed the report of M. Mesarovic and E. Pestel under the title "Humanity at the Crossroads".
These and other works were forecasts of socio-economic development and demographic trends for the long and super long term. They were fundamentally different from previous forecasts, because they were based on the use of powerful computers that processed large amounts of information. Such parameters of world development as population size, volumes of industrial and agricultural production, reserves of natural resources, volumes of technogenic emissions into the atmosphere and hydrosphere were counted.
The calculations were made according to different scenarios. Nevertheless, in any case, mankind was threatened with death. Either as a result of depletion of natural resources (soil, water, forest, oil, ore, etc.), or as a result of prohibitive levels of environmental pollution. The industrial and agricultural production (volumes) in the models of the Club of Rome are derived from demographic growth. Ultimately, the authors of the reports lead us to the following conclusion: in order to avoid depletion of natural resources and death from habitat poisoning, industrial and agricultural growth must be curbed. And to restrain the production of industrial goods and food, there is nothing else to do but restrain the growth of population.
So the Club of Rome began to impose on the world the idea that there are too many people on the planet. There was a concept of "zero growth", according to which the level of production and population should be frozen at the level of the 70s of the last century. In fact, this is the latest version of Malthusianism, a theory that was born in England back in 1798 and received its name after the English scholar and priest Thomas Malthus. In that distant year, his famous work, Essay on the Principle of Population, was published. In it, like the professors of MIT, it frightened the British that there were too many of them and that if they did not stop reproducing them, in the near future "natural mechanisms of self-regulation" could take effect.
Simply put, everyone in England will not have enough food, people will start dying. Therefore, it is better to prevent demographic growth. It is desirable to use "civilized" means. For example, a voluntary refusal to procreate. Or forced sterilization. And if the reduction will occur as a result of wars or some epidemics, then this should be treated calmly. The spontaneous population decline as a result of such cataclysms can also be attributed to the "desirable demographic regulation".
Later, this "philosophy" of the English priest was severely criticized. Including his misconceptions about the limitations of natural resources. Many of them are reproducible. Instead of the same "sterilization" it is better to start developing methods of rational use of natural resources. The teaching of Malthus was ultimately called the "preaching of genocide".
The reports of the Club of Rome can also be qualified as a slightly camouflaged ideology of genocide. These ideas were disseminated and distributed by influential members of the club. According to the constitutive documents of the Club of Rome, the number of members equals exactly 100. These are those who determine the main priorities in the activities of the club, offer new projects (reports), approve reports already prepared.
The members of the club with rare exceptions do not prepare reports. They are created by external executors on the basis of orders paid by the club. External performers can be represented in the club by associate members who do not have the right to vote. Plus to the usual (actual) and associate members there are still honorable members. Both real and honorary members are very famous and influential people.
The last lists of acting and honorary members include such persons as the high-ranking UN functionary Maurice Strong, former CPSU Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev, former US Vice President Al Gore, CNN owner Ted Turner, former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana, former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, former US President Bill Clinton, billionaire and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, financier and speculator George Soros, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, gray cardinal of American foreign policy Henry Kissinger, Belgian prince Philip, Queen Nid Ireland, Beatrice, former Presidents of the European Commission, Romano Prodi and Jacques Delors.
Through the influence of such influential people and spreading dangerous ideas of the Club of Rome. In addition to this, 35 associations of the Club of Rome are participating in such distribution in different countries of the world.
Some members of the club take even more radical positions than those that are formulated in the reports of the Club of Rome. So, in 1976, an American Paul Ehrlich, a member of the Club of Rome, published the book Population Bomb, in which he wrote: "We must stop our attempts to treat the symptoms and start cutting out the cancer. This operation is likely to require many cruel and ruthless solutions. "
He is no longer content with the fact that the world can save "zero" demographic growth. It requires a radical reduction.
Some members of the club at various times stated and declare that the current population of the planet must be halved. Or even bring it to 1 billion people (at 7.44 billion for 2016 according to the World Bank). Apparently, we mean that we should leave those who make up the so-called "golden billion" (the approximate population of the so-called "civilized" countries, that is, those belonging to the Western civilization).
But even 1 billion is not the limit. The above-mentioned member of the club, media tycoon Ted Turner, said in an interview for Audubon magazine (a periodical for environmentalists) in 1996 that a 95 percent reduction in the planet's population to 225-300 million would be "ideal."
However, in 2008, in an interview for the University of Temple of Philadelphia, Turner changed his mind and spoke of a reduction of up to 2 billion. extra people in his understanding at that time was more than 70%.
So, the first and main task of the Club of Rome is the "scientific" justification for the genocide that the "masters of money" conceived in relation to humanity. Plans for this genocide are partly being realized. But this is the topic of a separate conversation.