National Security Study Memorandum 200

Posted: August 18, 2012 in Evidence, Genocide, Population Control
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In 1974 the National Security Council completed a study called Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests (NSSM 20) that called the growing population in the third world as a threat to our national security and that measures should be taken to reduce their populations.[1] The surprisingly blunt memo even describes the cover story to be used to assuage any concerns that the native populations might have about population control:

The U.S. can help to minimize charges of an imperialist motivation behind its support of population activities by repeatedly asserting that such support derives from a concern with:

(a) the right of the individual couple to determine freely and responsibly their number and spacing of children and to have information, education, and the means to do so; and

(b) the fundamental social and economic development of poor countries in which rapid population growth is both a contributing cause and a consequence of widespread poverty.[2]

As amazing as this seems, the Orwellian “We are killing you for your own good” or “It’s all about choice and freedom” lines, actually work. People are ignorant or refuse to believe that the elites are engaged in an organized plot to kill most of the human race. Of course it is not about choice and freedom. They wouldn’t be happy if every family in the third world freely choose to have ten kids. In 1974 Robert McNamara, former secretary of defense and president of the World Bank, went, as far as to say that only thermonuclear war is a greater threat to the world than population growth.[3]

[1] Seamus Grimes, “The Ideology of Population Control in the UN Draft Plan for Cairo,” Population Research and Policy Review 13, no. 3 (September 1994), 213.

[2] National Security Study Memorandum 200

[3] Stephen D. Mumford, “Abortion: A National Security Issue,” The Humanist (September/October 1982)


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