‘Policy’ defined: What is America’s policy to the Third World?
Last week in Part 36 we talked about the policy of our government to depopulate the third world by putting sterilants in the water and in staple foods, as well as other methodologies. This “depopulation” is driven by policy which concerns the national interests of America for the raw materials of third world nations: the land, the water, as well as minerals, gold, silver, uranium, and oil. We also spoke on Dr. Henry Kissinger’s National Security Study Memorandum 200, which stated this policy of depopulation that was accepted under President Gerald Ford, and was reintroduced again under President Jimmy Carter. And unfortunately, it’s still policy today toward the Third World.
We also mentioned that this depopulation policy was being implemented not only in the United States of America today through abortions and toxic poisons being added to our water supply, but it is also being introduced to developed nations of the West as well!
What is “policy”? According to the dictionary, “policy” is a noun which is defined as: 1.) a definite course of action adopted for the sake of expediency, facility; 2.) a course of action adopted and pursued by a government, ruler or political party; and 3.) it is an action or procedure conforming to or considered with reference to prudence or expediency. “Policy” is, as a definite course or method of action, selected from among alternatives and in light of given conditions to guide and determine present and future actions. Generally speaking, this means that any decision made by a government on how to act is considered to be “government policy.”
We then can understand that this “depopulation memorandum” that Dr. Kissinger introduced became the policy of our government; and unfortunately, is the policy of our government as this broadcast is being seen. It is policy with:
- The United States Department of Agriculture
- The United States Department of Defense
- The “CIA” (Central Intelligence Agency)
- The State Department; and
- The United States Agency for International Development (“USAID”)