Since it first emerged on December 31, 2019, I’ve contended that the Coronavirus plague is a globalist-orchestrated pandemic designed to kill the international populist/nationalist rebellion. I matched the disease timeline to that of the Trump victory over the impeachment scam, and showed a very similar timeline match-up of the 2009 Tea Party emergence with the H1N1 “Swine Flu” pandemic.
Most recently I explained why the globalists are willing to suffer great harm to their own interests from the current pandemic by analogizing the logic of cancer chemotherapy – which is essentially self-poisoning in the expectation that the host will survive the poison while the cancer will not, after which the weakened but living host can eventually fully recover. Trump and the nationalist movement represent to the globalists a form of cancer that will, if left “untreated,” kill their nearly realized vision of a global socialist order.
Other forms of “treatment” having failed, they have resorted to the more extreme measure of unleashing pestilence on the world to crash the Trump economy, and justify a global police-state crack-down masked as a public health emergency.
Are the elites truly that black-hearted to kill possibly millions of their fellow human beings to serve their political interests? For politically-awakened students of history that’s a rhetorical question. People who can and have justified wars of aggression, assassinations, violent regime change, and even the slaughter of innocent unborn babies by the millions are obviously morally capable of spreading disease as a political tactic.
The best example of this may be the “Spanish Flu” pandemic of 1918. A friend recently introduced me to two must–read articles on the topic that triggered my own broader investigation that I will now summarize.
First, according to these highly persuasive articles, the “Spanish Flu” was neither Spanish, nor Flu. It was a form of bacterial pneumonia (virtually identical to equine pulmonary emphysema) spread by an “experimental” vaccine called “antimeningococcus serum” derived from horse blood by the Rockefeller Institute. The first cases were not in Spain but at Fort Riley, Kansas, one of several military bases where US soldiers bound for the WWI battlefields of Europe were used as guinea pigs for human testing of the vaccine starting in January of 2018. The disease spread rapidly in the close confines of troop transport ships and then around the world, while concurrently the Rockefeller Institute was shipping antimeningococcic serum to England, France, Belgium, Italy and other countries. The ensuing global pandemic eventually killed 50-100 million people.
Second, while the writer of the Spanish Flu articles attributed good intentions to Rockefeller (who went on to launch the industry we call Big Pharma) and blamed the pandemic on the hubris of a medical community unwilling to consider evidence compiled by a mere veterinarian, I personally see a much darker Rockefeller motive, grounded in his well-documented eugenicist philosophy. Rockefeller was, of course, a very early financier of the abortion industry but his passion for eugenics went much further than child killing.
Before I detail that, let me shed some light on the eugenics movement itself and how influential it was at the time of the Spanish Flu pandemic. For this summary I will draw heavily on two other superb articles. One titled “ German and American Eugenics in the Pre-World War 1 Era,” the other titled “The Horrifying American Roots of Nazi Eugenics.”
What would later be called the science of eugenics began with a social panic in the late 1700s that human population would soon outstrip food production. Out of this came a movement named Malthusianism (after the writer of a landmark essay on the topic, Thomas Malthus), which focused on population control. The prospect of having too many “serfs” was especially worrisome for the elites, whose own thoughts about limiting population included the desire that higher quality genetic lines be preserved, while the lesser ones would be eliminated.
In 1883, Charles Darwin’s cousin, Francis Galton, coined the word eugenics and advocated for science to increase “desirable qualities” in human beings and decrease undesirable ones through eugenic methods. His notions of race improvement became very popular in the US, where they spawned two major camps: negative and positive eugenics. The American scientific community, backed in part by Rockefeller, aligned itself more closely with negative eugenics which “encouraged occasional purges of the weakest members of society.” In the early 1900s, instruction about eugenic philosophy and methods were woven into the curriculum of over 40 prominent colleges including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Berkeley, and Stanford.
The elites also collaborated internationally to infiltrate all of western society with eugenic principles, drawing scientists from around the world to Dresden, Germany in 1911 for the first “International Hygiene Exhibition.” The 1912 “International Eugenics Congress” there was attended by over 300 scientists. In 1914, at a “National Conference on Race Betterment” in Michigan, Galton acolyte Harry Laughlin expounded the elites’ “principles,” stressing that “purifying the breeding stock of the race at all costs is the slogan of eugenics” Specifically, he pushed for sterilization of the “unfit” and legal restraints on marriage – policies which eventually became law in many US states. (Some believe the sterilization agenda continues today through the use of vaccines.)
Rockefeller was fully on board with this agenda, creating his own “Bureau of Social Hygiene” (BSH) in 1911 to fund research and influence public policy. RI’s own website states “Although the BSH received contributions from a number of organizations…[it] was largely dependent upon the patronage of John D. Rockefeller…who created the organization to address many of his own personal concerns and interests.”
Pre-WWI eugenicists in the US were very concerned about massive waves of “lower-class” immigrants then flooding the major cities of the east coast elites – around a million people per year in the decade preceding the war. Unlike today’s criminal class of illegal border crossers, these were legal immigrants, but they were viewed by the eugenicists as social undesirables. Indeed, even the general population in the US was starting to turn against such massive numbers of immigrants, and, worst of all, long-debunked Malthusian overpopulation arguments were increasingly being repeated across the nation, generating greater support for abortion and sterilization.
When WWI broke out in 1914, first and second generation immigrants made up over 40% of recruits, while the majority of the remainder were also from “lower class” families. It could not have escaped the attention of Rockefeller and his cronies that this provided a golden opportunity to efficiently “cull the herd” of its “least valuable” members without having to justify their actions to the public, since the disease would be presumed of natural cause.
When Rockefeller’s lab-created “Spanish Flu” had fully run its course, the population of the world had indeed been culled, with the vast majority of the victims being precisely the people the elites wanted fewer of. Was it just an accidental coincidence? Perhaps. But perhaps not.
In weighing the evidence to form your own conclusion it might help to know that the Rockefeller family and Institute went on to heavily fund the German eugenics movement. I’ll close this essay with a quote from “The Horrifying American Roots of Nazi Eugenics:”
“By 1926, Rockefeller had donated some $410,000 — almost $4 million in 21st-Century money — to hundreds of German researchers…[including] $250,000 to the German Psychiatric Institute of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute… [where] Ernst Rüdin…became director and eventually an architect of Hitler’s systematic medical repression…[In 1929] A grant of $317,000 funded … Hitler’s medical henchman Ernst Rüdin …[who] became a prime director and recipient of the murderous experimentation and research conducted on Jews, Gypsies and others. Beginning in 1940, thousands of Germans taken from old age homes, mental institutions and other custodial facilities were systematically gassed. Between 50,000 and 100,000 were eventually killed.”
To be clear, the Rockefeller Institute had largely ceased eugenics funding in Germany by the outbreak of WWII in 1939, but by then the eugenics machinery of the Third Reich was fully operational and self-sustaining, thanks in significant part to the Rockefellers.