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by Sandra Myers

World Population

Sandra Myers

Sandra Myers

Hegelian Dialectics is a macabre dance. Seemingly contradictory sides of an issue, going through an evolutionary process of thesis, antithesis, to manufacture a synthesis. You’ve been taught this in the past by Texe Marrs and others who set out to expose the orchestration of the New World Order. A closer look at one dialectical dance illustrates the depths of manipulation: Population control.

Name the problem: Over Population. This sets the dialectic in motion.

The Problem: The 1968 book, The Population Bomb, by Paul Ehrlich became one of the most influential books of the 20th century. The book promised that hundreds of millions of people would starve to death owing to the impending population explosion.

    In 1979 the Georgia Guidestones were contrived telling us we must maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature, implying a severe depopulation was needed.

Thesis: We must initiate every available means to control the population boom (by hook or by crook).

    Enter in Bill Gates (and similar persons), who in various ways have been doing their best to control the population, including an implantable birth control chip that can last 16 years. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has also been accused of implementing coercive sterilization campaigns in an effort to suppress the birth rates of Africa and India.

Antithesis: The birthrate has declined such that we are not replacing those dying and population is on a downward trend. Who will work? Who will pay for pensions and social programs? Who will mindlessly consume all of the short-lived products and fads introduced to market that drive global economies?

Synthesis: Replacement migration. This provides new consumers to drive the economies—people who might not have afforded first world living grow into mindless consumer spending. This has happened in Europe, the United States, and other countries whose borders have become open sieves. Planeloads of people are strategically being moved around the world to help ensure a consumer spending population.

The thesis of controlling worldwide population: birth control (and abortion); The antithesis is that the global economy needs more consumers. Enter in the synthesis: Replacement Migration.

    Illustrating the new synthesis-portion of the Hegelian Dialectic, coached by his puppet-masters, our presidential place-holder, Joe Biden, attempted to publicly embarrass the countries resisting the plan of replacement migration: “Japan and India are struggling economically because they’re xenophobic.” He said the two democratic countries, along with China and Russia, “don’t want immigrants.” This perfectly illustrates the economic importance of the mindless consumer base to drive their goal for more power and money.

    It matters not whether the invaders assimilate. That, too, is beneficial as it keeps the population in turmoil. Insecure people will look to the government and other leaders for safety.  

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