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US Population Control (thinning the herd) Part 1 Chemical Warfare


Population Control thinning the herd.

Part 1 chemical warfare



As President Nixon’s Advisor, Henry Kissinger identified population growth (over-population) as a major threat. On December 10, 1974, Kissinger released a confidential report that outlined a strategy to defeat the “problem” of over-population (declassified in 1990).

National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.”  “CONFIDENTIAL. The 198-page attached report is not published.”  NSSM200, National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Institutional Files, Box H-204.

Remember: it was the Nixon administration that banned cannabis right after it was found to cure cancer.

So how is this population being managed?



In response to rapid population growth, the Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, and World Bank (United Nations) established centers for genetic research.  Their top-secret genetic modification research, research on reproduction and fertility, and cloning research are now conducted in fifteen centers around the world (Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research/ CGIAR Research Consortium of International Agricultural Research Centers). 

The genetic research centers are public / private partnerships.  A network of giant chemical corporations own the patents on the new genetic combinations that are produced: Bayer CropScience-Monsanto, BASF-Syngenta, Dow AgroSciences.

Let’s look at these patented new fertility blockers shall we?

GMO: Genetically Modified Organism

Genetic engineers use biotechnology to modify the DNA of micro-organisms, insects, plants, birds, mammals, and fish. Scientists produce new combinations of genetic material by forcing the genes from one species into the DNA of another species. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are the source of genetically modified food.  

Every independent study conducted on the impact of genetically modified food shows that GMOs are a direct cause of infertility.

The U.S. fertility rate is dropping — from year to year — every year (down 45% since the 1960s). The fertility rate has dropped significantly since Americans began consuming genetically modified crops, At least one in six married couples who want a child cannot conceive a child. There is a direct connection between infertility and GMOs.

The endocrine disrupting properties of glyphosate can lead to reproductive problems: infertility, miscarriage, birth defects, and sexual development (see notes). Fetuses, infants and children are especially susceptible because they are continually experiencing growth and hormonal changes. For optimal growth and development, it is crucial that their hormonal system is functioning properly.

There are increasing reports of glyphosates and glyphosate formulations causing sexual dysfunction, low birth weight, fewer births and sterility in laboratory animals, farm animals and humans (see notes). A Russian study found that feeding hamsters GMO soy resulted in complete sterility after two or three generations.

Glyphosate was first marketed in 1976 and its use has exploded since the advent of glyphosate-resistant, genetically engineered (GE) crops in 1995. The herbicide-resistant GE crops absorb glyphosate through direct application and from the soil and it cannot be washed off. It is in the food.

GMO ART infertility

Data source: CDC

REMEMBER this trend because it is going to follow the trend in GMOs, herbicide and pesticide use quite accurately.

But first let’s look at dozens of proven scientific studies of the effect of these chemicals on fertility?


Infertility and low birth rates:

Laboratory animals:


In 1995 Yousef et al. reported on toxic effects of glyphosate on semen characteristics in rabbits, “Pesticide treatment resulted in a decline in body weight, libido, ejaculate volume, sperm concentration, semen initial fructose and semen osmolality. This was accompanied with increases in the abnormal and dead sperm.”

In 2002 Markaverich et al. found that, “Housing adult rats on ground corncob bedding impedes male and female mating behavior and causes acyclicity in females.”

In 2008, Austrian researchers found that mice fed GM corn produced fewer and smaller babies than those fed a non-GM diet.

In April 2010, a Russian study found that after feeding hamsters GM soy for two years over three generations, most were sterile by the third generation.

2011 Siepmann et al. reported, “Hypogonadism and erectile dysfunction associated with soy product consumption,” in a 19-year old male (who was also diabetic). Unfortunately, they didn’t make the connection that the soy was almost certainly GE.

Farm animals:

ADanish pig farmer reports birth defects, infertility and low birth rate in pigs fed GMO corn. (English version).


In 2001 Arbuckle et al, reported on the effect of pesticide exposure on the risk of spontaneous abortion in Ontario. “For late abortions, preconception exposure to glyphosate … was associated with elevated risks. Postconception exposures were generally associated with late spontaneous abortions. Older maternal age (> 34 years of age) was the strongest risk factor for spontaneous abortions, and we observed several interactions between pesticides in the older age group.”

Birth defects:


In 2005, Richard et al. reported that “glyphosate is toxic to human placental JEG3 cells within 18 hr with concentrations lower than those found with agricultural use, and this effect increases with concentration and time or in the presence of Roundup adjuvants.”

In 2009, Benachour et al. evaluated the toxicity of four glyphosate-based herbicides in Roundup formulations on three different human cell types using a dilution far below agricultural recommendations and corresponds to low levels of residues found in food or feed. They reported that glyphosate formulations induce apoptosis and necrosis in human umbilical, embryonic, and placental cells.


In 2010, Paganelli et al. injected low doses (lower than levels used in fumigating) of glyphosate into amphibian embryos and recorded brain, intestinal and heart defects in the fetuses. Effects included reduced head size, genetic alterations in the central nervous system, increased death of cells that help form the skull, deformed cartilage, eye defects, and undeveloped kidneys. In addition, the glyphosate was not breaking down in the cells, but was accumulating. According to the authors these results are “completely comparable to what would happen in the development of the human embryo.”


In 2009, Mesnage et al. reported two cases of birth defects in the same family in France after multiple pesticide exposure. “Many pesticides were used by this family around pregnancies. The father sprayed, without protection, more than 1.3 tons of pesticides per year including 300 liters of glyphosate based herbicides.”

In 2009, Winchester et al., reported, “Elevated concentrations of agrichemicals in surface water in April–July coincided with higher risk of birth defects in live births with LMPs [last menstrual periods] April–July.”

Data sources:

ART data: CDC

Infant mortality data: CDC

LBW and preterm birth data: CDC and CDC Interactive tables

Remember that chart showing the skyrocketing increase in fetal and infant mortality?

Compare the increase in fetal and infant mortality to the follow charts:

Use of herbicides and pesticides is skyrocketing.

GMO Soy skyrocketing glyphosphate use

GMO USDA 2000-14 Bt and Ht Corn US

GMO Adoption of Cotton US 2000 to 2014

WASHINGTON (Dec. 11, 2013) – A plague of out-of-control weeds is cropping up in farm fields across the country. According to a policy brief from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), this epidemic of “superweeds”—weeds that have developed resistance to a common herbicide that once kept them in check—now affects more than 60 million acres of U.S. cropland, wreaking environmental havoc, increasing farmers’ costs, and promoting the use of more toxic herbicides.

May 21, 2013 8:28 p.m. ET

Insecticide sales are surging after years of decline, as American farmers plant more corn and a genetic modification designed to protect the crop from pests has started to lose its effectiveness.

The sales are a boon for big pesticide makers, such as American Vanguard Corp. and Syngenta AG.

GMO Herbicide

So we see that the war on weeds and pests is failing.

Not just in foods either, but also in vaccines:

HPV vaccine linked to ovarian failure.


But the war on humans is winning by killing a significant percentage before or at birth.
In the next section we will discover how this chemical warfare continues to thin the herd after birth with cancer, tumors, gastrointestinal diseases, and endocrine disruption.


Author: smartirestgeenyas

Just an engineer trying to improve the world around me by sharing thoughts, musings and observations.

2 thoughts on “US Population Control (thinning the herd) Part 1 Chemical Warfare

  1. Canibus or marijuana doesn’t cure cancer. It enables one to tolerate treatment better

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