Two weeks ago, I pointed out that we objectively live through a period of depopulation: in 2022, deaths were up, and births were down significantly.
I asked, is this ongoing depopulation an unfortunate accident arising out of random circumstances, or is it a result of a preplanned and deliberate strategy? Check my post out, as it gives the latest statistics on birth declines and death increases and introduces the depopulation question:
This Sunday Times article from 2009 sheds light on this further. Our leading billionaires were so worried about overpopulation in 2009 that they convened a secret meeting to discuss future efforts to curb it.
Their meeting was very private: The informal afternoon session was so discreet that some of the billionaires' aides were told they were at "security briefings".
Stacy Palmer, editor of the Chronicle of Philanthropy, said the summit was unprecedented. "We only learnt about it afterwards, by accident. Normally these people are happy to talk good causes, but this is different - maybe because they don't want to be seen as a global cabal," he said.
It is hard to disagree with Stacy Palmer! I can fully understand the desire NOT to be seen as a global cabal. I mean, who wants to be seen as a global cabal when discussing means to curb overpopulation, right?
Taking their cue from Gates they agreed that overpopulation was a priority.
Bill Gates did not merely hold private, personal thoughts about depopulation; he convened a meeting of leading billionaires, in secret, to discuss his favorite cause, make plans, and execute those plans!
Another guest said there was "nothing as crude as a vote" but a consensus emerged that they would back a strategy in which population growth would be tackled as a potentially disastrous environmental, social and industrial threat.
The Guardian in 2009, before receiving $12,779,391 in 2017-2018 from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation via grants OPP1197725, OPP1156923, OPP1177035, INV-017377, OPP1034962, was more critical of the meeting:
There is little doubt that members of the Good Club have done amazing work. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with a current endowment of more than $30bn, is the biggest philanthropic organisation ever. …
The Soros Foundation has done valuable work setting up democratic institutions and independent media across the former Soviet bloc. These titans of philanthropy have also started a trend among the slightly less wealthy. …
But there is a potential downside to the growth of these "über donors", especially if the whims of individuals start to take precedence over the expertise of professionals.
The strange truth is that giving away billions of dollars is difficult and fraught with risk. There can be waste, mismanagement and poor investment. At the same time it can actually do harm. "If you are putting enormous amounts of money into a community that can't cope with it, then you can implode that community," Peterson said.
Others are even more outspoken at the growing dominance of a tiny handful of billionaires in the development sector. "The problem with any Good Club is that all the people might not be 'good'. Or at least not 'good' in universal definitions," said Louise Uwacu, the Rwandan-born founder of the Canadian education charity Positivision.
Louise Uwacu above, born in Rwanda, hit the nail on the head, explaining that these people are “not good.”
Louise has not exactly slid into obscurity and has not forgotten about Bill Gates since warning us about him in 2009. Here’s Louise’s tweet from 2022:
Louise is a smart woman, and she knows how to connect the dots! She became a Canadian anti-Covid-vaxxer. Check out her Twitter profile.
Google Knows About This - But does NOT Want You to Know.
When searching google for the Times article title, a big message pops up:
That sort of warning from Google usually means that fact-checkers (sponsored by Bill Gates and George Soros) are busy writing articles debunking the questions you and I might ask. Google is waiting for fact-checks to insert them at the top of the search results.
The Secret Depopulation Strategy
What was the billionaires’ secret strategy to curb overpopulation? It is difficult to say as no information was made public.
I have some thoughts to discuss later, as the point of this article is to bring attention to the existence of a secret billionaire club that was convened to fight overpopulation, not to bring forth an indigestible hodgepodge of theories.
Let me ask you. What do you think was their strategy? Please provide links if you have any.