Tag Archives: World Wildlife Fund

Stop the Anti-Climate Science Totalitarians

Paul Driessen is senior policy advisor for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) and author of articles and books on energy, environmental and human rights issues   They want to upend and transform America, but demand No Debate on … Continue reading

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The Soylent Green New Deal: Britain’s Recipe for How to Serve Mankind

  Megan Beets of the LaRouchePAC Science Research Team presents the truth about the genocidal implications of the Green New Deal, and more importantly, what a real New Deal would look like for the global community.

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Is Climate Change Truly an Existential Threat? Allow Science, not Hysteria, To Decide

  On Feb. 20, the Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump plans to set up a Presidential Committee on Climate Security, to be headed by Dr. William Happer, a Professor of Physics at Princeton University. This committee would be liberated to do the … Continue reading

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The Green New Deal: Just More Austerity & Population Control

A Capitol Hill press conference on the Green New Deal lead by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Markey. Photo: Senate Democrats   DOWNLOAD PDF   “In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, … Continue reading

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The Founding Fathers of the Environmentalist Movement

Prince Philip Royal Consort to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, President of the World Wildlife Fund 1930’s—Siblings married into pro-NAZI aristocratic families in Germany 1933—Studied under NAZI race-science curriculum in Germany Late 1930’s—Maintained a secretive relation with the pro-NAZI king of England … Continue reading

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ARTICLE: Richard Dawkins on Down Syndrome, Secular Humanism as Stardust Fascism

Benjamin Deniston August 24, 2014 On August 20th, 2014 British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins was asked about the “ethical dilemma” posed to a woman if she became pregnant with a baby with Down’s syndrome. Dawkins’ Twitter response was insightfully clear: … Continue reading

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Ibero-America Echoes LaRouche’s Marching Orders

The discussion that Lyndon LaRouche has been leading over recent weeks, is that we must not only identify and dump the oligarchical enemy, but put forward the positive perspective of development. While the war to defeat the Anglo-Dutch Empire will … Continue reading

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The Anglo-Dutch Empire is the Enemy of Humanity and Obama is its stooge

Oct. 19 (LPAC)—As Lyndon LaRouche has repeatedly emphasized the Anglo-Dutch Empire is the enemy of humanity for whom Barak Obama is working in a deliberate campaign to commit genocide against Americans and to reduce the world’s population from 7 to … Continue reading

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EIR Identifies British Royals As Advocates of Genocide in Africa

Daily, Africans face genocide. Across the continent, mothers wake up each morning not knowing if their children will get fed that day or die from lack of nutrition. The death rate of children under five years old from malnutrition has … Continue reading

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The British Empire’s depopulation agenda is the elephant in the room

While the debate on abortion legislation rages in Dublin, all parties continue to diligently ignore the elephant in the room – the British Empire’s depopulation agenda.  Looking back at the history of this divisive debate, starting in the early 80s, … Continue reading

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