Extremely disturbing video considering the current outbreak of Ebola in Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leon, and Guinea. Charles Arntzen, who has along with his team been working on a vaccine for Ebola, said that the solution to the “overpopulation problem” is the movie Contagion. A film in which 25% of the population dies from a horrible virus. Nice!
Death toll is closing on 1,000. Population control is something that is constantly on the lips of people with way too much money and influence. It has long been speculated that one day a virus would be released to cull the population.
The reasons, the people, and the history behind this desire, that to some people reading this might seem ludicrous, are but a few documentary films or a few clicks of the mouse away. Spoiler alert, going down this particular rabbit hole takes us back to the same pathological, psychopathic people.
People like Philip Mountbatten aka ‘prince Philip’ who in a foreword in 1987 had written
“I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus.”
Eugenics as concept started in the early 1880’s with the pioneering work of Francis Galton and peaked in the mid 1940 with the end of WW2. Or at least in the public eye. Behind the scenes there is no doubt that the work continued as evidenced by the work of many researchers on the subject that have revealed the links between vaccines and population control.
This reality is highlighted by another person with way to much power and influence that wants to control population, Bill Gates. He is quoted as saying during a TED presentation in 2010 in reference to the current 6.8 billion people on the planet with a further projection to 9 billion
“..now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that [population] by perhaps 10-15%…”
So vaccines have as one of their purposes, population control. Now how do vaccines do that? Good question that hopefully will be researched further by readers of this article.
So now we have this gem. From the mouth of Charles Arntzen, head of the Center for Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, Biodesign Institute. Have a listen!
The full second hour of the talk is also included so you can get the context of what he said.