Rockefeller’s Depopulation Dreams Published by Foundation Linked to Mass Graves

via: TheIntelHub
by: Shepard Ambellas
July 19, 2012

What is most interesting about the eugenics based Rockefeller Foundation’s ideology (an ideology which shined brightly in a recent 2010 publication) is the fact that it essentially forecasts future events but claims that it is not a forecast in anyway, thus leaving the doors wide open for the possibility of staged future events.

Please keep in mind that the scenarios in this report are stories, not forecasts, and the plausibility of a scenario does not hinge on the occurrence of any particular detail.

The following few pages are excerpted from the Rockefeller Foundation publication, Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development.

The meat of it starts with an introduction into future scenarios and reads;

THE SCENARIO NARRATIVES

The scenarios that follow are not meant to be exhaustive—rather, they are designed to be both plausible and provocative, to engage your imagination while also raising new questions for you about what that future might look and feel like.

Each scenario tells a story of how the world, and in particular the developing world, might progress over the next 15 to 20 years, with an emphasis on those elements relating to the use of different technologies and the interaction of these technologies with the lives of the poor and vulnerable.

Accompanying each scenario is a range of elements that aspire to further illuminate life, technology, and philanthropy in that world. These include:

  • A timeline of possible headlines and emblematic events unfolding during the period of the scenario
  • Short descriptions of what technologies and technology trends we might see
  • Initial observations on the changing role of philanthropy in that world, highlighting opportunities and challenges that philanthropic organizations would face and what their operating environment might be like
  • A “day in the life” sketch of a person living and working in that world

Please keep in mind that the scenarios in this report are stories, not forecasts, and the plausibility of a scenario does not hinge on the occurrence of any particular detail.

In the scenario titled “Clever Together,” for example, “a consortium of nations, NGOs [non- governmental organizations], and companies establish the Global Technology Assessment Office”—a detail meant to symbolize how a high degree of international coordination and adaptation might lead to the formation of a body that anticipates technology’s potential societal implications.

That detail, along with dozens of others in each scenario, is there to give you a more tangible “feel” for the world described in the scenario. Please consider names, dates, and other such specifics in each scenario as proxies for types of events, not as necessary conditions for any particular scenario to unfold.

We now invite you to immerse yourself in each future world and consider four different visions for the evolution of technology and international development to 2030.

The prelude to the writing is ominous in nature alone, eluding to 4 different visions of the potential future.

The scenarios start out rather interesting, I was actually glued to the authors writings as a pandemic in 2012 is detailed as one of the scenarios wiping out 8 million people in the first 8 months of release.

It’s almost as if David Rockefeller himself wrote the text based on one of his own sick fantasies.

The excerpt reads;

A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback

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