Monday, August 6, 2007

Julian Huxley's Enviro-Eugenics Agenda Exposed on TV During Great Global Warming Swindle Debate

Environmental Movement Steeped in Eugenics and Land-Consolidation Agenda Aimed at Third World Population Control
Aaron Dykes / | August 8, 2007

Australia hosted a televised debate to air out questions arising from the Great Global Warming Swindle-- a film that challenges the notion that humans are to blame for a crisis in changing temperatures.

One woman takes the opportunity to challenge the foundations of the environmental movement itself, and what agenda that may reveal-- particularly for the third world.


"I'd like to take the debate into another quick-- I mean, we've been debating the science here; we've not debated anything in terms of the credibility of the environmentalism movement. The environmentalist movement was formed by Sir Julian Huxley who was the founder of the Eugenics Society, the WWF and these other organizations are actually [offshoots] of that eugenics society. Now this has huge implications for developing countries. Is that the intention behind the environmentalist scam behind the global warming swindle?"

The woman's question is fielded by Greg Bourne, the CEO of the Australian branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), who basically ignores the substance of the question, claims that all concerns have been taken into consideration and asks that the audience please trust environmental movements to do good work. He rattles off meaningless claims about his friends in exotic-sounding countries.

Meanwhile, the WWF is implementing an agenda to consolidate 200 ecoregions worldwide and is one of the largest contributors to depopulation efforts worldwide. Both of these planks coincide with U.S. state department memos from1974 penned by Henry Kissinger.

Indeed, Julian Huxley was a top eugenicist from a very eugenics-friendly family (see T.H. Huxley). After eugenics was stripped of its good name in the post-World War II world, Huxley coined the term "transhumanism" to encompass eugenical beliefs inside a general belief in human "advancement" through scientific processes.

A number of other notable WWF heads may reveal some of the agenda at hand. Prince Bernhard, of the Netherlands, served as the first president of the fund from 1962-1976, and is certainly a nefarious character. He not only founded the Bilderberg group-- a shadowy organization that is pursuing world government and heavily influences the agenda of nearly every nation in the Western world-- Bernhard is also a former Nazi SS officer.

HRH Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) was also a president of the WWF from 1981-1996. He stated more than once that: "In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation"-- an idea that promotes a radical agenda, to say the least.

What indeed lies in the shadows of the environmental movement and what impact indeed will it have on the third world? Questions worth asking, even if the figureheads of our loving NGOs will not give a straight answer.

"Even though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable." Sir Julian Huxley, first director general of UNESCO (1946-1948)