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wars throughout the earth. These wars would serve to maintain the economic alignment of the
In 1969 Kissinger was overseeing a top secret Biological Weapons program
called Project: MKNAOMI for the CIA. At the time George H. W. Bush was chairman of a
House Republican committee task force examining earth resources and population. Bush
advocated increased efforts by WHO and Planned Parenthood World Population to promote
abortion as a method of population reduction to address the urgent population crisis in third
Testifying before Congress in 1975, former CIA director William Colby explained that
covert operations are operated on a need to know basis. An operation may be carried out with as
little as two or three operatives and one person in control. Their maybe only one person who
knows the entire plan and the operatives may have no clue as to the true nature or purpose of the
tasks which they carry out within the context of the covert operation.
Colby further testified along with former CIA director, Richard Helms, as Published in
the US Congressional Records, that the US had developed biological weapons for covert
operations including depopulation programs under the direction of Dr. Henry Kissinger.
After William Colbys testimony, a meeting was held between President Ford and National
Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger. Kissinger is quoted as saying, Every time that Bill Colby
gets near the Capitol, the damn fool feels an irresistible urge to confess to some horrible crime.
Colby was fired as CIA director.
Henry Kissinger had authored a classified document detailing
the need for a covert US international population control program a year earlier. The classified
document is known as National Security Study Memorandum 200 (NSSM 200).
National Secret Security Memorandum 200
In 1974 a classified document known as National Security Study Memorandum 200
(NSSM 200) was sent to the National Security Council by Henry Kissinger. The official title and
subject of this report was Implications Of Worldwide Population Growth For U.S. Security And
Overseas Interests. This document was declassified in 1989. By itself this report raises concerns
which can be explained away by the US governments responsibility to study and plan on issues
concerning national security. Of course this includes the assumption that our government
conducts itself in a moral and ethical manner respecting the free and separate rights of people of
all nations. But is this a safe assumption? As we have discussed so far and will be shown further
below, this would not be a safe assumption at all!
NSSM 200 establishes that the United States has national security interests in
reducing the populations of developing countries in order to maintain political and economic
stability within these countries. The reason is that the US and the rest of the industrialized world
are becoming increasingly dependent on imports of fuel and minerals from these developing
countries. The report states:
the world is increasingly dependent on mineral supplies from
developing countries, and if rapid population frustrates their prospects for
economic development and social progress, the resulting instability may
undermine the conditions for expanded output and sustained flows of such