At the London Summit on Family Planning (LSFP), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) pledged $560 million to their campaign to depopulate under-developed nations. World leaders, private-sector corporations, UN representatives and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) attended the LSFP.
Warren Buffet, friend and fellow Elitist, has agreed to hand over most of his wealth to charity, contributed stock valued at $1.52 billion in his annual gift to the BMGF.
Buffet asserted in a YouTube video in 2011: “I urge people to unbutton their wallet, pull out a check, reach into their purse, whatever it takes. You will find that when you give a dollar and something of yourself, a lot more than a dollar comes out the other end.”
By 2020, Melinda Gates hopes to have extended the use of forced sterilization through manipulation of foreign governments to further the scheme of preventing 80 million of “unwanted pregnancies” in places like Africa, India and Southeast Asia.
Victoria Jennings, a director of Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health, said: “To have someone like her on the world stage saying ‘come on’, it does serve as a tremendous lever to ratchet up the concern.”
Pharmaceutical giant Merck announced in a formal statement that they will donate $25 million over an 8 year period as a “Merck for Mothers” campaign in line with the BMGF depopulation agenda. By claiming that this initiative is to “reduce maternal morality around the world” and will “advance efforts to help reach United Nations Millennium Development Goal 5, which calls for a 75 percent reduction in maternal mortality and universal access to reproductive health by 2015.”
Both Merck and BMGF have outlined a plan that focuses on 3 “key areas”:
- Using propaganda in the mainstream media to gain public support for reducing the world’s population
- Employ drug and private-sector corporations to ensure “family planning” resources can be utilized in under-developed nations
- Coerce governments, corporations and “civil society” to support the social meme of over-population and the BMGF remedies for quelling this problem
The scheme for controlling the world’s population is the brainchild of Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health (GSWCH), “Every Woman, Every Child, and innovative public-private and civil society partnerships developed through the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition. The Summit also aligns with the broader framework established by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) almost 20 years ago.”
The ICPD officially contended that universal education, reduction of infant births, protection of maternal mortality as an excuse to sterilize millions of women, and purveying “family planning” as a cover for preventing the most densely populated areas from continuing to freely procreate were the most effective course of action to ensure the agendas of the global Elite.
As of now, the ICPD Beyond 2014 offers a “global consensus on the human populations” as a policy to guide reproduction under the guidelines of social progress and environmental sustainability because “human beings are at the center of development.”
The ICPD’s plan of action admonishes the cooperation of governments to support BMGF family planning schemes in relation to “protecting the environment” from over-growth of human population.
The GSWCH, working with the World Health Organization (WHO) is a global plan to bring vaccines, international interventions and financing to the UN for the purpose of:
- Controlling access to healthcare in under-developed nations
- Use pre-determined drug corporations to treat third world nations so that they are no longer allowed to freely procreate
- Monitor and evaluate the progress of depopulation in these areas