by Lance D Johnson, Natural News:
When you have someone as influential as Bill Gates openly declaring that one of the best ways to save the planet from climate change is to reduce the human population, then you start to look around with distrust, wondering how that goal will be accomplished. In a TED presentation, Bill Gates talked about reducing the human population by 10 to 15 percent in order to reduce CO2 levels in the Earth’s atmosphere. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is heavily invested in pathogen research and vaccine development, so they have the perfect stealth tool for affecting populations pathologically, en masse.
Following in the path of Bill Gates, the Berkeley California City Council recently passed a resolution declaring climate change a worldwide emergency. The resolution states, “The United States of America has disproportionately contributed to the climate and ecological crises and to preventing a transition away from fossil fuels, and Americans thus bear an extraordinary responsibility to solve the crises.”
Part of solving this “crisis” involves population reduction efforts. According to the resolution, cutting down on carbon emissions should also include a plan to “humanely stabilize [the] population.” Just as Bill Gates proposes, the Berkeley City Council also calls for a reduction in the population in order to mitigate the effects of global warming.
Viruses being genetically prepared in the lab to infect humans
Not far from Berkeley, Professor James Paulson of The Scripps Research Institute in California is engineering a human-infecting form of a deadly new strain of the bird flu. Speaking to the Independent, Professor Paulson said, “We need to know what the virus could do in nature, so we can be alert and aware if we start seeing these changes.”
The California research team has already created a new set of mutations in the lab which allow the virus to infiltrate human lung cells. The scientists believe they can stay one step ahead of an outbreak if they study how the virus works. In the process of their studies, they have created a highly mutated strain of the bird flu. By altering the genetic programming, the scientists produced strains that stopped infecting birds and started targeting human trachea tissue, a pathway for infiltrating human airways. Their experiments, carried out on a key protein that covers the surface of the virus and binds to the cells it infects, are opening a Pandora’s box. This lab-invented virus mutation is exactly the stealth ingredient needed to fulfill the goals of a depopulation scheme.
Bill Gates even said, “The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent. But there, we see an increase of about 1.3.”
The ethical question for climate change supporters is: Do we really protect the planet by finding ways to “stabilize the population?” Because there is very little public acceptance for letting the government decide how many children families are allowed to have: Will depopulation schemes have to be conducted through covert means, like through vaccine-induced outbreaks? Is this already happening…
Scripps Research Institute already proves that mutated viruses are being used against the population
In the most recent flu seasons, people have been coming down deathly ill after contracting highly mutated forms of the flu – mutations caused by the annual flu vaccine. These mutations are caused because the flu viruses selected for each year’s flu vaccine rapidly mutate in the chicken egg embryo medium within the vaccine. This phenomenon has been demonstrated by scientists at none other than the The Scripps Research Institute. By the time the mutated strain of flu is introduced into people through the vaccine, it is more infectious, shedding (replicating) among the population and causing deadly complications. A malnourished population is not adapted to face these mutated strains. The young and old are at greatest risk.