apathetic with apathy

The Gates to Hell pt2

“Doomsday Seed Vault” in the Arctic
Bill Gates, Rockefeller and the GMO giants know something we don’t
by F. William Engdahl

Ask yourself, why is Bill Gates investing millions in a seed bank?
Situated on the Barents Sea near the Arctic Ocean, some 1,100 kilometers from the North Pole, Svalbard is a barren piece of rock claimed by Norway and ceded in 1925 by international treaty. On this God-forsaken island Bill Gates is investing tens of his millions along with the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto Corporation, Syngenta Foundation and the Government of Norway, among others, in what is called the ‘doomsday seed bank.’ Officially the project is named the Svalbard Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, part of the Svalbard island group.

The eugenics of Hitler were financed to a major extent by the same Rockefeller Foundation which today is building a doomsday seed vault to preserve samples of every seed on our planet. The same Rockefeller Foundation created the pseudo-science discipline of molecular biology in their relentless pursuit of reducing human life down to the ‘defining gene sequence’ which, they hoped, could then be modified in order to change human traits at will. Hitler’s eugenics scientists, many of whom were quietly brought to the United States after the War to continue their biological eugenics research, laid much of the groundwork of genetic engineering of various life forms, much of it supported openly until well into the Third Reich by Rockefeller Foundation generous grants.
Full Article: Global Research


All major investors mentioned in Enghals article, especially: the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, DuPont/Pioneer Hi-Bred, Syngenta and the Rockefeller Foundation need to be questioned about their true intentions for what on the surface appears to be charitable philanthropy, but in reality is a formula for world control, exploitation and extermination.

F. William Engdahl is the author of
Seeds of Destruction


Filed under: Conspiracy, Education, Environment, Health, Media_Alternate, Politics

4 Responses

  1. balmedie says:

    I agree that the whole thing is totally dodgy. However, it is also unsurprising! Of course these big corporations will look for ways to dominate the market in times of crisis! What we should be doing though is preventing them having any hold over us. We need to get back to nature – growing our own food and saving our own organic (therefore stronger!) seeds. We need to stop relying on “the system” (for want of a better word) so that if there is a crisis in the future, we will not suffer too badly.
    Have you seen the documentary “The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil”? It’s very inspiring.
    Every town and every city needs to form local communities of people working together on projects such as city farms and the like. Because if we ask ourselves “How will we cope if tomorrow the rug is pulled from under our feet?” I think most people will answer – “We won’t” because there is simply no provision for disaster.
    Unfortunately I’m completely negative and skeptical and I don’t see the governments or corporations of this world offering any viable solutions. We need to take control and we need to start working together in local cooperatives to form eco-villages or sustainable neighbourhoods in cities where green and brown spaces can be turned over to inner-city forest gardens.

  2. playtoh says:

    Thank you for your comment. Good luck with your fight to keep Trump away from your coastline, Balmedie. Once upon a time we had a beach here called Glenelg, and you could see the coast from many vantage points. Now there are developments everywhere, and unless you live in or rent an apartment, you have to go out of your way to get a view of the coast. This is what people call progress. Maybe for a brief period of time, people were employed and building resources consumed to help the so called economy and local business. But now, in the end, all we have is some ugly box shaped buildings and few extra shopping malls. Isn’t it time to invest in the few natural resources we have left, before everything turns into concrete dust? I am sure there are plenty places to build golf courses that won’t interfere with, ruin or destroy natural flora and fauna.

  3. balmedie says:

    Is that near Adelaide? Jeez. . . it’s terrible, huh? Well, luckily for Aberdeenshire it’s not Southern Australia!!! That’s why I can’t see Trump’s resort working out – it’s just too damn cold and foggy (known locally as “the haar”). People may want to play a round of golf (golfers can be weirdos – I know, because my dad’s a hardcore golfer) but I just see his 1500 properties turning out to be a ghost town. . .
    Well, thanks for replying. I’ll be checking your blog out from time to time.

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