The “power and the money” in the U.S. and Britain have the inclination and the ability to set Linkola’s nightmare fantasies into motion
Monday, Sept 20th, 2010
Our detailed report today  on the now openly active and growing eco-fascism movement, and in particular Finnish “philosopher” Pentti Linkola, exposes a savage and despotic side to the environmental agenda.
As an addendum, it should be re-emphasized that Linkola’s ideas are not the ravings of some lone nut living out his numbered days in a field in Scandinavia – they are shared by groups that have far reaching influence over public policy, as well as those who have the power and the money to implement such hellish agendas.
In a piece highlighting Linkola’s twisted ideas, The Guardian’s  Micah White recently wrote:
“It is time to acknowledge that mainstream environmentalism has failed to prevent climate catastrophe. Its refusal to call for an immediate consumption reduction has backfired and its demise has opened the way for a wave of fascist environmentalists who reject democratic freedom.”
White is in the right ballpark here, but he does not grasp the key factor – mainstream environmentalism has its roots firmly within such extremist agendas, not the other way around as he describes.
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Anyone who has researched the origins of the first Earth summits, Maurice Strong, Al Gore and the Club of Rome clique that popularized the modern day environmental movement will know this.
The Club of Rome’s publication The First Global Revolution , is a key text. The book suggests a draconian neo-Malthusianism approach will solve the world’s “problems”, in fact a problem the global elite has with humanity.
“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,” the book states. “All these dangers are caused by human intervention,” and thus the “real enemy, then, is humanity itself.”
A further report called Limits to growth , published in 1972 stated that the world was to reach an environmental holocaust by the year 2000 due to overpopulation and other human induced environmental problems. Support for such conclusions was gathered by results from a computer model. Aurelio Peccei, one of the founders of the Club of Rome, later confessed that the computer program had been written to give the desired results.
Why is this so concerning? Because groups such as the Club of Rome are contracted out by our own governments and the UN to prepare ‘Policy Guidance Documents’ which they use in formulating their policies and programs. How come the Club of Rome gets the gig? Simply because many high ranking UN and government officials are also CoR members, or have direct corporate ties to members. The same goes for other groups such as the CFR and the Trilateral Commission.
Other more outwardly “green” groups such as The Royal society and it’s younger more openly fascist cousin, the Optimum Population Trust, share Pentti Linkola’s conclusion that there are too many people on the planet, with members such as James Lovelock and Sir David Attenborough calling for a radical stemming of the planet’s human population via one child policies and sterilization.
As we have previously demonstrated , these groups have direct links to The Eugenics Society and Nazi ideologies of the purification of race, yet they are revered by our governments and are held up as the go-to people for environmental policy making.
The same talking points raised by these Societies have been re-iterated again and again  by other public policy groups  and environmentalists , as well as the most influential scientists in the US government .
Mass sterilization, one child policies and a“Planetary Regime” with the power of life and death were all core concepts put forth by John P. Holdren, the man now in control of science policy in the United States, in his co-authored 1977 book, Ecoscience .
While you and I may think the notions of sterilization and depopulation could never be accepted by the public, those very concepts are now being embraced and popularized  as the way forward for humanity, and the most influential and powerful people in the world are right behind them.
Most recently, Bill Gates’ advocacy for so called “death panels”  has once again raised questions over his ongoing efforts to promote global vaccination programs. Gates has publicly stated his intention to use the billions worth of vaccines his foundation funds to lower global population in an effort to stave off environmental meltdown.
So we see, the extreme conclusions that Pentti Linkola reaches and the “solutions” he advocates are absolutely shared by the “power and the money” in the shape of Gates, Holdren and their ilk.
In light of this, the fact that Linkola advocates violence to reach such ends is disturbing.
In addition to writing that violence is the only way for minority groups of activists to achieve their goals, in 1979, the so called “deep” ecologist dedicated an anthology of his writings to Andreas Baader and Ulride Meinhof of Germany’s violent ultra left wing terrorist gang the Baader-Meinhof Group .
Today Linkola envisions small but potent factions of hardened eco-terrorists taking steps to reduce the population, “By sacrificing perhaps billions [we] might possibly save a million,” he has written.
He has even suggested that big cities should be attacked by “some trans-national body like the UN”, with nuclear weapons or with “bacteriological and chemical attacks”.
Given that it is clear that they share Linkola’s depraved neo-eugenicist outlook, Bill Gates’ vaccination program and John Holdren’s well documented obsession with geo-engineering, a practice that is actively being carried  out by government endorsed mad scientists injecting aerosols of sulfate into the stratosphere, are actions that should be immediately halted and investigated.
Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor at Alex Jones’ Infowars.net, and regular contributor to Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham in England.