AIDS and The History of Depopulation Policies
Rolf. A. F. Witzsche
"The Limits to Growth" book turned out to be a fraudulent document. It was later admitted by one of the club's own directors to have been based on a fraudulent computer study. Nevertheless, the publication of the book was hailed as a necessary "shock treatment" of all of the world's governments that were still committed to the principle of technological progress which stood in the way of the advance of poverty.
Another significant page of related history was written two years later, on Aug 26, 1974, during the first U.N. sponsored International Conference on Population in Bucharest Romania. At this conference the the Club of Rome's population reduction program was introduced and formally accepted. !974 was also the year when the Club of Rome introduced its "Mankind at the Turning Point" declaration which said: "The World has Cancer, and the Cancer is Man." This grinding down towards depopulation created the policy atmosphere in which Henry Kissinger prepared his most infamous document, the National Security Memorandum 200, which states that Third World population growth is a threat to U.S. control of raw materials. The document cites 13 developing nations as recommended depopulation targets for the U.S. government. Henry Kissinger's policy for selective depopulation by overt means was formally adopted in 1975. Henry Kissinger warned, however, at this time, that the imperial reason behind the U.S. population reduction efforts must be strictly concealed.
AIDS emerged in full force, by which it was regarded as a new disease, in the 1980/81 time-frame. Both HIV-1 and HIV-2 infections became epidemic at this time although traces of HIV infection can be found as far back as the 1950s. HIV-1 is believed to have its origin in the mutation of a chimpanzee virus in Central Africa, while HIV-2 is believed to have come from the sooty mangabey monkey of West Africa. It is possible that HIV infections have occurred also prior to the 1950s and that the detection of this occurrence is prevented by the lack of available technologies. Still, the existence of some early traces of HIV infection does not readily explain the explosive outbreak of the infection in the 1980/81 time-frame, and its immediate spread to almost every country on the planet. The possibility, therefore, remains in the background that the outbreak might have been engineered by one of the many strongly motivated depopulation advocates who possessed the resources to do so. To date, over 30 million people have died of AIDS world-wide, five times as many as have perished in Hitler's holocaust. Of those who have died of the disease, almost 70% have died in Africa which happens to be one of the main targets on the depopulation agenda.