("Quid coniuratio est?")
GLOBAL 2000: EARTH FIRST! FOR THE "MASTER RACE"
My transcript of a recent episode of a public access show,
originating in Chicago, called "Broadsides". This episode
featured independent researcher Sherman Skolnick, and author Mark
Sato. Note that in the following I neither necessarily agree nor
disagree with some or all of the views expressed.
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MARK SATO [continues]:
And to give you an example: after the Nazis kind of "went
Well that's your theory that they went away.
- I don't think they went away at all.
- Well, they were...
- I think they're still here!
- ...they were, allegedly, defeated.
But, of course, they didn't go away, precisely because the
people who sponsored the idea of eugenics didn't go away.
- ...a eugenics society in the United States promoting this?
- By and large, the idea of eugenics has floated over to the
- Pollution control and...
- Pollution's about the same thing?
- Yeah. Pollution control means population control, because the
more people you have the more pollution you have, and the more
danger we all face because there's "too many" people on the face
of the earth!
- And the aristocracy, a few years ago, through one of their secret
society meetings -- the Bilderbergs or Trilateral Commission,
whatever -- say, "Hey. All you in the aristocracy! Promote
environmental. We gotta have..."
Where'd they have their conference? In Brazil or something? They
had some big conference: "Promote the Environment".
- Just recently they had the Cairo Conference.
- O.K. So, but what you're saying is, this is just another word for
- That's right.
- ...to "weed out" what they feel are "inferior" people.
- Now most of the environmentalists are, consider themselves
liberal. And they would be horrified of this idea that you would
pick the, for the most part, the people of color to get rid of
because there's "too many" people on the face of the earth. But
that, by and large, is what they really are saying, despite
their perhaps, ignorance...
- Well they have the media on their side.
- ...the real meaning of their movement.
- I mean, they have the media on their side. Because, I mean, who
do ya see as what I call "anchor faces", anchor people? "Blonde-
haired dummies", as I call 'em. With a few token Oriental-
Americans and a few... Like Linda Yu, over here, who's connected
with the Chinese royal family...
- Well they are indeed, Sherman, they are indeed tokens. Because
the modern science... I don't really wanna call it "science". But
the modern philosophy of eugenics is, was fathered by Bertrand
- What about him?
- Well Bertrand Russell, who was a British (and I hesitate to use
the word "philosophy")...
- I thought he was for peace? That's the only time I heard of
Bertrand Russell, I heard he was...
- Well... Bertrand Russell was for peace -- as in, "rest in
peace" -- for most of the people of the earth. He said, "The
white population of the world will soon cease to increase. The
asiatic races will be longer, and the negroes still longer,
before their birth rate falls sufficiently to make their numbers
stable without help of war and pestilence." And of course, he
did mean to impose war and pestilence on the asians and the,
what he called "negroes". "Until that happens, the benefits aimed
at by socialism can only be partially realized." (He was a
socialist.) "And the less prolific races will have to defend
themselves" -- Wait a minute -- "will have to defend themselves
by methods which are disgusting, even if they are necessary."
- I... He either mis-used the term socialism, in applying to
himself... But there is a certain...
- Never mind, Sherman. That's a whole different thing. Let's not
get off on that tangent. Don't worry about... Don't worry about
Mr. Russell's mis-using the word, because he wants to mis-use the
entire planet! So don't worry about that little item.
- So, in other words, he was for "peace" from the standpoint of
"rest in peace". Well all right.
- Right. Now the progress of Mr. Russell's ideas wound up in a
report called "Global 2000".
- Which is the title of this show.
- Which is the title of this show. This big report, which was
authored under the auspices of the Jimmy Carter administration.
And of course, he is running around the world promoting the
ideals of Global 2000.
- I thought he was a born-again something.
- Well... That's what he says. But anyway...
- He's evidently not a born-again geneticist.
- ...here comes the number you were looking for, Sherman. "Global
2000 proposes that the population of the earth be lowered to 2
billion." Now of course...
- By what means?
- Well they don't say, exactly. But they want to lower it [to] 2
billion by the year 2000! That's why the report's called "Global
2000". There's 5.6 billion people on the face of the planet right
now. Which means that they're gonna have to get rid of 3.6
- Well there's two ways you can do it.
- In six years!
- Well, no. There's two ways: they can start a nuclear war which
endeavors to "knock off" a lot of people. I don't know where the
aristocracy is gonna go; they're gonna go off in a missile to the
moon or something.
- Well, Sherman...
[...contention for who will speak...]
Wait, wait. Before you go on! You shoot these things off, and
then let me get a chance to...
- Six years! They want to "knock off" that many...
- They want to "knock off" that many people. But guess who says
that it's a great way to do it?! What you just said, atomic war
-- Robert S. McNamara, the former head of the World Bank, says
that's, you know, "Nuclear war is great."
- He's not a dummy. He was among what they called the "Wiz Kids"...
- Of course he's not a dummy! And he knows what he's talking about!
He knows how to wipe people off the face of the earth with a
bunch of nuclear weapons. And he'd like to do it.
- Well. I don't...
- Because he says that the single biggest obstacle to progress on
this planet is that there are "too many" people in the developing
countries. So we can't have progress on the rest of the planet
unless those people get "jettisoned" off the planet!
- O.K. But let me understand this. In what way does the eugenics
differ from genocide?
- It doesn't!
- It's about the same thing.
- It's the same thing!
- In other words, it should be "eugenics/genocide".
- Genocide. And in a way, it's even more than genocide. It's like
"geneticide" because they want to kill the bad genes...
- You know, it's very odd. Because the ultra-right wing does a very
odd thing: they use their newspapers to fight any treaty that has
to do with genocide. And they twist it out of shape and says,
"Well it's bad for the people."
- Well that's because the "Genocide Treaty", as it's called, is
really not about genocide.
- Yeah, O.K.
- That's a misnomer. It really doesn't apply.
- But in other words, these eugenics, this genocide -- who is it
directed against? Against people of color?
- It's directed mostly at people of color. But it's really, not
really necessarily a racial thing. It's more of a class thing.
Let me give you an example.
- A class thing.
- Let me give you an example.
In December of '74, there was a National Security Study
Memorandum, number 200, which was authored by Henry Kissinger --
formerly known as "Heinz" Kissinger, because he's actually a
German. A German zafardi(?), by the way. And it was called,
"The Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S.
Security and Overseas Interests." And it was about the national
security of the United States.
Now understand: whenever somebody says, "national security",
they're talking a treasonous thing. Because whenever people talk
about "national security" of the United States, they're saying,
"We want to discuss something that is so horrendous that nobody
in their right minds would discuss it..."
- By the way, you brought up one angle of the Second World War, the
European angle, the Holocaust and so on...
- Wait, wait, wait. Before you go back...
- And that was genocide.
- Right. Before you go back, let me finish this, let me finish
This National Security Memorandum expressed the fear that
population growth in the Third World "will threaten U.S.
strategic raw material supplies." In other words, too many
people, say, in certain countries, in Latin America, would
threaten the ability of the United States to access those
strategic raw materials.
Now. What right we have to dictate how we get our strategic raw
materials is of a little bit of interest. But anyway, the
countries that Kissinger targeted for this "problem" of
overpopulation were India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico,
Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, Egypt, Turkey,
Ethiopia, and Columbia. He wanted "to inhibit the wishful
thinking that economic development will solve the problem of
overpopulation." In other words, there is no economic
development that would help; we must get rid of the people.
[...to be continued...]
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