Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ebola, Agenda 21's Secret Weapon

In January of this year I wrote an article at The Radical Conservative,  about the exposed efforts of the U.N. planning to reduce the number of blacks living in Africa. The main point of the article was how the U.N was using the issues of family planning, and sustainability, two of Agenda 21's key phrases, to convince Africans that they should be having two children instead of four, while also encouraging abortion. The main goal of course was to reduce the number of those people whom the global elite see as undesirable. I elaborated on the topic by suggesting that the issue of "white privilege" and the continuing racial tensions in America were being used to hide the real racism of those propagating for world communism and population control. This isn't to mention the fact that the issue of family planning and sustainability are used here in the U.S. to encourage population control as well. Let's not forget that the biggest demographic suffering from abortion is the black population. (If I remember correctly it is the Democrat party that insists abortions are a human right.) With all of this in mind, one can't help but wonder if the ebola crisis might be used to achieve the same goal. Is it possible that ebola is an Agenda 21 strategy to reduce the numbers of impoverished people on the African continent?
Unfortunately, the available evidence suggests that this may be the case. 
While the U.S. lapdogs that some people call news reporters ensure that we are terrified of an ebola outbreak, people in Africa are not only claiming it isn't real, they are claiming the U.S. invented the virus. With many websites claiming that there is a patent on the ebola virus, this accusation may be hard to dispute.
Africans are also claiming that the only people getting sick are those taking the vaccine. This is also fueling a huge panic among the "tin foil hat" crowd as they believe it will be the vaccine here that actually makes us ill. When you consider what Bill Gates had to say about vaccines you can't discount the possibility.
"The world today has 6.8 billion people... that's headed up to about 9 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."

Janna B. also reported on another aspect that the mainstream media is ignoring, the issue of diamonds and the desire of the global elite to control them. Could this be the real reason Obama is sending in 3000 troops to deal with a possibly fabricated ebola crisis? It provides the perfect excuse to exercise power in regions where the global elite have previously been unable to. With the diamond workers striking, they could be desperate to get them producing product again. 
What should really be concerning people is the fact that the newly appointed "ebola czar" is nothing but another crack pot leftist who is an advocate of global population control. In fact, he is molded in the same likeness as other Obama czars, Cass Sunstein and John Holdren who also believe the Earths population needs to be reduced for the good of the planet. 
According to Alex Newman of The New American, Ron Klain thinks that the overpopulation of Africa is one of the "top leadership challenges" of the day.
(I have an idea, why don't we teach them to be productive and self sufficient instead of worrying about controlling their population? Oh thats right, that would be capitalistic and selfish.)
Why would a man who has no medical experience, who is also an advocate of population control who thinks Africa's population is too large be appointed as an ebola czar? That may be a question that only those of us with a tin foil hat may be willing to ask.
There certainly is something funny going on. I am going to speculate here and say once again that the issue of white privilege and racial tensions in America is just a smokescreen to hide this agenda. Many people are now claiming that Obama has a plan to treat all African Ebola victims here in the U.S. If this is true it could be a perfect bait and switch to appease his voters while the people he really works for carry on with their agenda. 
Sometimes I hope I am just a crazy conspiracy theorist. 

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