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News Agencies uncover plot to reduce Africa’s population

By Lawrence Freeman

The UN Children’s Fund, (UNICEF) reports that of the 6.9 million children under five years old who died in 2011, almost half were from Sub-Saharan countries and that one-third of these deaths occurred in countries located in the Sahel regions namely Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger, and Nigeria. Doctors Without Borders (Medicines sans Frontiers, MSF) reports that malnutrition, the lack of adequate nutritive intake which can cause life-threatening disease even when caloric intake may be sufficient, was the underlying cause in half of these cases.

On Oct. 14 the IRIN, the news service of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, reported that over the last two years severe acute malnutrition in the Sahel has risen to 1.5 million cases in 2013. (“Severe acute malnutrition is defined by a very low weight for height …, by visible severe wasting, or by the presence of nutritional edema, “according to World Health Organization – WHO.) Other reports say that between 11-15 million people living in the Sahel faced varying levels of food insecurity and malnutrition. The combined and interlinked chief causes for deaths among under fives, is malaria, acute malnutrition, diarrhea, and respiratory infection.

IRIN continues that in Niger, where approximately 20% of the 377,000 acutely malnourished children live, it would require eight days of hospital treatment and 1,500 pediatricians to treat this number of cases. This is orders of magnitude above the number of available trained pediatricians.
The almost 40-year-long policy, first enunciated in 1974 by the originally classified study authored by then National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, “National Security Study Memorandum-200,” has been to use food as weapon to reduce the populations of Africa and the other developing sector nations, as advocated by the British Royal Family and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the mother of the anti-human environmentalist movement.


Daily, Africans face genocide. Across the continent, mothers wake up each morning not knowing if their children would get fed that day or die from lack of nutrition. The death rate of children under five years old from malnutrition has worsened in the Sahel region of Africa.

Iran’s Press TV reported on Oct. 12, that the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs had concluded, that in the Zinder region of Niger, out of 79,087 cases of acute severe malnutrition in children under five, 362 had died between January 1 and September 23, 2013.

In an Oct. 12 interview with Press TV, Lawrence Freeman, Director of the Africa Desk of {Executive Intelligence Review}, identified this as a conscious policy of genocide for Africa, as advocated by the British Royal Family. Freeman said, “If you look at the fact that through the decades and decades of global concern about poverty — we still have millions of people who have been dying from lack of food — this has been understood as a policy of genocide.

“The international global financial system itself, run by
the City of London and Wall Street, they don’t want Africans to live. They want to reduce the population. The genocide policy is continuing in Africa over these many decades.
“I know several projects that could be used, invested in, that could alleviate hunger. There’s an absolute refusal to make that investment. We are making a decision to kill people rather than build infrastructure in water, energy, rail transportation and agriculture that could feed people.”

When Freeman was asked to clarify if this was a systematic policy to get rid of Africans, he responded: “There are groups of — you might call them Malthusian extremists, or others who are more extreme, who believe that the world is overpopulated.

“You’ve had numerous statements from the royal family –Prince Phillip, Prince Charles, Elizabeth — the whole World Wildlife Fund, the environmentalist movement, the so-called Green Movement, is a movement to suppress progress, suppress technology, so that in effect their policy is, and they’ve stated it openly, they believe there’s too many people in the world and there’s too few resources.

“Now, this is a fraudulent argument, because the creativity of man and science overcomes the so-called limitations. But this is their belief and they would like to see the world population reduced to 1 billion people.

“You’re going to see for Africa, they would like to see a very small group of people in Africa, where they can control the resources with a limited number of Africans on the ground. It may be shocking, but is true.”

Lawrence Freeman is Director Africa Desk, EIR magazine

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