July 6, 2012
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) are focusing on population control through their Global Health Development Programs. By using citizens in underdeveloped nations, like Africa and India, as guinea pigs for their research and development for “new interventions such as vaccines, drugs and diagnostics”, these globalists hope to ensure their family planning schemes are effective.
Melinda Gates has made family planning and the population control agenda her personal mission. She justifies her cause by claiming that 100,000 women die in child birth from unintended pregnancies. Although this statistic has no scientific basis, since it sounds good and mainstream media does not check facts, it has helped the BMGF team up with the British government to raise more than $4 billion to fund depopulation programs under the guise of bringing contraceptives to underdeveloped nations.
The BMGF assert that by 2050 “the global population is expected to grow to over 9 billion people” and this is unacceptable to them. By applying pressure to social programs and resources, the BMGF want to use family planning as an investment for all national governments globally.
BMGF has partnered with drug corporations like Shanghai Dahua Pharmaceuticals in China to develop implantable fertility controls that will be used in over 20 developing countries to curb population growth.
The injectable Depo-Provera is being sold to underdeveloped nations and is being administered by healthcare workers and nonmedical providers, or by the women themselves. Policy and training systems are underway to ensure these drugs are utilized in areas like the sub-Saharan Africa. By using these areas as testing grounds for new fertility drugs, as well as forcible sterilization schemes, the BMGF are focusing on preventative situations over dealing with abortable pregnancies that have complications.
On July 11th, the BMGF will attend the UK’s Department for International Development Family Planning Summit (FPS). Ministers of State and leaders from over 60 countries will join with major non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector to make firm commitments to addressing the global short-fall in family planning provisions to be agreed upon so that population growth issues can be dealt with by the global Elite.
Prior to this summit, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), the modern version of the eugenics program founded by Margaret Sanger and Bill Gates’ father in the 1950s, will focus their efforts on coercing young people into supporting their family planning scheme by debating teenage pregnancy, unwanted births and maternal morality as defined by the eugenics ideal.
According to the FPS agenda:
young people have to be at the heart of driving forward the ambitious developments in family planning provision which the Summit sets out to stimulate.
Babatunde Osotimehin, executive director of the UN Population Fund, described the proposals at the FPS as the agenda to “transform” family planning into a global movement. Population control, with the assistance of the BMGF and their funders will build an army of coercive tactics that aim to reinvent the movement to ensure its success.
Osotimehin claims that family planning:
enables women to take charge of their lives and for young people to plan their lives. It empowers a woman to do what they want to do in terms of the number of children they want to have and can afford.
While an estimated 40% of pregnancies in the developing world are classified by BMGF as “unwanted” they are focusing on eventually eliminating this number to reduce the world’s population. Africa, a big focus for the BMGF is being targeted along with Muslim nations.
The BMGF are admonishing the global community to support their efforts with the backing of the UN. They want full commitments by which they can hold countries accountable if their guidelines are not fully carried out. While claiming to provide “voluntary” family planning, they assert that with fewer children to care for, the poverty rates in underdeveloped nations will lower.
However, they are simply advocating less people be available to use natural resources, which is a qualm of the global Elite.
Having hijacked a movement, the BMGF and the UN are successfully beginning the process of controlling population growth in underdeveloped nations. As their popularity grows and their agendas are met, those same measures will make their way to developing nations like the US. Right now, women in the US have control over their ability to procreate. And while organizations like Planned Parenthood are working to trick women in believing that the mark of a woman is to have the opportunity to abort an unborn child, the choice is still up to the individual woman.
If the BMGF have their way, that ability to choose will soon be revoked.
Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism. Our alternative news site is dedicated to reporting the news as it actually happens; not as it is spun by the corporately funded mainstream media. You can find us on our Facebook page.
This article was posted: Friday, July 6, 2012 at 1:51 am