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Is today's Vatican likeminded with
the murderous Rockefeller Foundation?
Well...that's what he's doing this week at the Vatican -- playing angel of light. His latest antics follow up his month of promoting Pachamama (Mother Earth) and pagan idolatry. He's now using the Pontifical Academy of Science to give the evil Rockefeller Foundation a platform and respectability in Rome with a noble-sounding conference on "Reduction of Food Loss and Waste."
Now keep in mind that this is an organization that has no problem, and in fact encourages, the "waste" of little babies in the womb waiting to be born. They are so much trash, a blight on the planet in fact, that must be reduced to a "mess on a napkin" and dumped in the local land fill. Suck 'em out and throw 'em out!
You have to kind of laugh (in an ironic way) about this kind of propaganda. Does anyone really think that the Rockefellers peruse the fridge to make sure they use everything up and don't "waste" any food?
Can't you just hear the conversation:
"Hey, hon, let's have fenders (fend for yourself) for dinner. There's lots of leftovers in here and this is the chef's night off....Oh, you ordered takeout from Chez Francais? Well, let's be sure we throw all this organic waste on the compost heap!"The conference program calls for "behavioral change, a renewed global dialogue, and coordinated global action." The aim is a "global action plan" that will come from a "group of prominent leaders...from academia, religious communities, private sector, government, civil society, and the United Nations." Hmm...does that inspire you with confidence? My suspicious mind is already thinking about collective farms and state-controlled agriculture in the future. I mean, really, those poor stupid farmers at the bottom of the food chain need the help of smart men at the U.N. who probably don't even own a shovel. When you live in a Manhattan apartment you hardly need a shed full of gardening tools.
Roy Steiner, Senior Vice President at Rockefeller who's speaking today, has a background with the Gates Foundation which partnered with Rockefeller on AGRA (Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa) -- which sounds wonderfully high-minded until you examine the organizations and their commitment to population control. Are these great-sounding initiatives the camel's nose in the tent? Is it a strategy from their version of How to Win Friends and Influence
Steiner, wants "system change" whatever that means. Will pressure be brought to bear on the third world through food initiatives? We've seen neo-colonial pressures from the elites before using money to coerce draconian population policies. And, after all, fewer mouths to feed means less food needed.
The Rockefeller Foundation has a long, sordid history in eugenics. They were instrumental in setting up the infamous Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Long Island where millions of index cards were stored detailing information on the bloodlines of ordinary Americans. Their work inspired Hitler who even wrote fan mail to Madison Grant, an American eugenicist, to say his book, The Passing of a Great Race, was "his Bible." Here's a short excerpt from The Horrifying American Roots for Nazi Eugenics by Edwin Black:
The Harriman railroad fortune paid local charities, such as the New York Bureau of Industries and Immigration, to seek out Jewish, Italian and other immigrants in New York and other crowded cities and subject them to deportation, trumped up confinement or forced sterilization.
The Rockefeller Foundation helped found the German eugenics program and even funded the program that Josef Mengele worked in before he went to Auschwitz.
Much of the spiritual guidance and political agitation for the American eugenics movement came from California's quasi-autonomous eugenic societies, such as the Pasadena-based Human Betterment Foundation and the California branch of the American Eugenics Society, which coordinated much of their activity with the Eugenics Research Society in Long Island. These organizations--which functioned as part of a closely-knit network--published racist eugenic newsletters and pseudoscientific journals, such as Eugenical News and Eugenics, and propagandized for the Nazis.Using charities and charitable rhetoric has long been a strategy of elitists in the culture of death. That the Vatican is partnering with many of these evil organizations and their leaders is one more flashing red sign about the current corruption in Rome. One has to be deaf, dumb and blind not to be concerned.
Some Catholics think when Jesus said He came to bring the sword He was talking about a wine charm. They don't take Him seriously because they see Him as the Pillsbury Doughboy baking us all cinnamon rolls for all eternity. Here's what He actually said and we can believe He meant it:
Do not think that I came to send peace upon earth: I came not to send peace, but the sword. For I came to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And as a man's enemies shall be they of his own household. He that loveth father or mother more than me, is not worthy of me; and he that loveth son or daughter more than me, is not worthy of me. And he that taketh not up his cross, and followeth me, is not worthy of me. (Matt 10: 34-38, Douay-Rheims)So let's all stop acting like we're at the Church picnic, especially you Catholic bloggers who worship the pope and rearrange the deck chairs while he drills holes in the bark of Peter.