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Philanthropy: A Public Relations Exercise for Eugenicists?


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By Steven MacMillan/The Analyst Report: 3 July, 2015

Philanthropy, the effort or inclination to increase the well-being of humankind, has been hijacked by pernicious individuals in order to mask more nefarious agendas. Today, some of the most famous philanthropists have been pushing destructive initiatives under the auspices of philanthropic endeavours, although many people around the world are still unaware of the true nature of these foundations.

Bill Gates, the co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, whose father was the former head of Planned Parenthood, is one of the most prominent philanthropists in the world in addition to being a known eugenicist.

Eugenics is defined by Oxford dictionaries as:

“The science of improving a population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics.”

Sir Francis Galton, an English sociologist, geologist and meteorologist who was also Charles Darwin’s half-cousin, coined the term eugenics in the 1880’s. The idea of eugenics and selective human breeding stretches back to at least the ancient Greeks however, long before Galton and Darwin. In Plato’s classical philosophical text ‘The Republic’ (which many see as one of the earliest totalitarian books in documented history), he discusses the concept of selective human breeding.

Plato writes in the dialogue:

“We must, if we are to be consistent, and if we’re to have a real pedigree herd, mate the best of our men with the best of our women as often as possible, and the inferior men with the inferior women as seldom as possible, and bring up only the offspring of the best.” (p. 171 of the Penguin Classics second edition)

Obviously not everyone who operates a philanthropic organisation is a eugenicist, as many small enterprises are truly altruistic endeavours ran by honourable individuals. However, the majority of the giant so-called philanthropic organisations – such as the Rockefeller Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – are the inversion of true philanthropy.

 Vaccines and Population Control

Gates has repeatedly called for population control, and his foundation has been pushing cancerous GMO foods in addition to dangerous vaccines across the planet for years. In a 2010 TED speech, Gates reveals his desire to reduce the population of the planet by “10 or 15 percent” in the coming years through such technologies as “vaccines”:

“First we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people; that’s heading up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really good job on new vaccines, health care [and] reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent”. (4.30 into the video)

The Gates foundation is currently being investigated by the Supreme Court of India due to 7 children dying and 120 experiencing adverse side effects after receiving the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Many of the consent forms were ‘illegally’ signed by youth workers, demonstrating the corrupt nature of many of these vaccination programs.

Controversy surrounding the safety of vaccines is no isolated incident, as the examples of people having adverse or fatal reactions to vaccines are ubiquitous. This year, two babies died and 29 children were hospitalized after been given vaccines for tuberculosis, rotavirus and Hepatitis B in Southern Mexico. Last year, 13 people died in Italy after receiving the flu shot manufactured by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis.

Earlier this year, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association (KCDA) accused UNICEF and the World Health Organisation (WHO) of sterilizing millions of girls and women through an anti-tetanus vaccination program. The KCDA claims the vaccines had an undeclared anti-fertility agent added to them, although the government denies this accusation. Dr. Muhame Ngare, the spokesperson for the KCDA stated “that this WHO campaign is not about eradicating neonatal tetanus, but a well-coordinated forceful population control mass sterilization exercise using a proven fertility regulating vaccine.”

Since April 2005, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UKhas received 22,000 “spontaneous suspected” adverse drug reaction (ADR) reports from 13 vaccination categories, ranging from the HPV vaccine to the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine. This number is only a small fraction of the actual adverse reactions experienced however, as the MHRA estimates only 10% of ADR’s are reported.

Whether you believe in the science of vaccines or not, it is quite evident that many vaccines in their present form are dangerous to human health.

 The Rockefeller Foundation and the Nazi’s

Gates joins the likes of David Rockefeller and other elitists as believers in the philosophy of eugenics, with the Rockefeller Foundation having a long history of funding eugenics in America and abroad. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Carnegie Institution were strong supporters of the eugenics movement in the US in the early 1900’s, leading California to perform “at least 1,278 coercive sterilizations” in 1933 alone, according to the SFGate. The Rockefeller Foundation also infamously helped found the Nazi eugenics program, donating what amounts to millions of dollars in today’s money to the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, in addition to funding the early work of the Angel of Death, Josef Mengele.

As researchers such as Jurriaan Maessan have previously documented, the Rockefeller Foundation reveals in their 1968 yearly report that one of their main objectives is the “reduction of birth rates”:

“During the past ten years, considerable progress has been made in these countries in organizing, and setting up the administrative and technical machinery required to provide mass birth control services. These are clearly essential steps toward control of population growth, although far removed from the eventual goal of reduction of birth rates, which have as yet begun to decline in only a few countries.” (p. 60)

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation often works in conjunction with the Rockefeller Foundation, with both foundations launching an initiative in 2006 to “contribute to a ‘Green Revolution’ in Africa that [they claim] will dramatically increase the productivity of small farms”. This ‘Green Revolution’ will undoubtedly attempt to force toxic genetically modified (GMO) foods on the African continent, as the Gates Foundation acquired 500,000 shares in Monsanto in 2010.

Most of today’s Western elite also subscribe to the belief in social Darwinism, a somewhat similar theory to eugenics, which Merriam Webster dictionary defines as:

“A sociological theory that sociocultural advance is the product of intergroup conflict and competition and the socially elite classes (as those possessing wealth and power) possess biological superiority in the struggle for existence.”

In a 2008 book titled ‘Superclass’ by David Rothkopf, the former managing director of Kissinger Associates and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Rothkopf documents some of the glaring contradictions in the activities of one of the most renowned philanthropic names in modern history, Andrew Carnegie.

A Scottish American industrialist who made his fortune by building the Carnegie Steel Company before selling it to J.P. Morgan in the early 1900’s, Carnegie moved into the field of philanthropy in the latter part of his life. Some of his philanthropic projects included the building of libraries and universities in addition to founding such think tanks as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.   As Rothkopf documents, Carnegie was a strong believer in the theory of social Darwinism, a theory which ran diametrically counter to his so-called philanthropic activities:

“While a champion of a just society and unfettered individual initiative and a noted philanthropist, he also embraced a social Darwinist view that justified his wealth and the struggles of those who worked for him. He fancied himself as a hero of the working man but tacitly approved one of the most violent attacks on strikers in American history, in which more than one hundred were injured and thirteen killed. He gave away hundreds of millions but slashed workers salaries, offering to many just the barest necessities of life.” (p.100)

Rothkopf continues:

“Carnegie’s record of philanthropic generosity is remarkable and stands in stark contrast to his unwillingness to share any of his gains with his employees. Though he wrote passionately about the right to form unions, he forced workers at one of his plants to renounce unionization in writing. While families in Pittsburgh had to earn $600 a year to stay out of debt, he paid many of his employees less than $400 annually. The lowest workers made $300, almost ten times less than Carnegie. “It is a waste of time to criticize the inevitable [gap between the classes],” he wrote in an essay titled “Wealth” in 1889. According to his social Darwinist views, the concentration of the riches among the few resulted from the unequal distribution of talent.” (p.102)

Rothkopf adds:

“Is it a contradiction that the brutally competitive – like Carnegie or Bill Gates, who crushed competitors like bugs – might then become so intently and productively philanthropic? Or is their embrace of charity just another way of exercising power and ensuring their legacy with a clear conscience?” (p. 103)

If we need any more evidence that modern-day philanthropy is largely corrupted by pernicious individuals, last year Tony (the ‘war criminal’) Blair was crowned the ‘philanthropist of the year’ by GQ. I guess we should just add that to the list of other Orwellian awards he has received in recent years, most notably his global legacy award from none other than Save the Children.

Under the PR banners of ‘philanthropy’ and ‘humanitarianism’, eugenicists and their foundations have been funding malevolent projects which many believe are aimed at population control.  Exposing their true nature is the only antidote to their malicious agenda.

Steven MacMillan is an independent writer, researcher, geopolitical analyst and editor of  The Analyst Report.

 Photo Credits: DFID – UK Department for International Development.




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