Billionaires' Plan for World Genocide Exposed
May 25, 2009 (EIRNS)—The London Sunday Times May 24 issue exposed the genocide agenda of a top-secret meeting of 14 of the world's richest people on May 5, 2009, in its story "Billionaire club in bid to curb population growth," by John Harlow.
American statesman Lyndon LaRouche called the meeting "a kind of confession" to mass murderous intent against the world's population.
The meeting was convened on the initiative of the man deemed, by Forbes, to be the world's richest, Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, which has brainwashed millions of youth through Facebook; Warren Buffett, ranked #2 by Forbes, who has pledged $31 billion, the bulk of his fortune, to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; and David Rockefeller. Rockefeller arranged for the meeting to be held at the home of the president of the private Rockefeller University in New York City, Sir Paul Nurse. One insider dared to call its participants "the Good Club."
Besides the three conveners, the meeting was attended by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg; drug-promoter George Soros; Peter G. Peterson, the genocidal advocate of government budget cuts who cofounded the Blackstone Group; former hedge fund manager Julian H. Robertson, Jr.; former Cisco Systems chairman John Morgridge and his wife, Tashia; real estate speculator Eli Broad, and his wife, Edythe; David Rockefeller's son, David Rockefeller, Jr.; media moguls Ted Turner and Oprah Winfrey.
"The participants initially refused to reveal details about the meeting, citing an agreement to protect the confidentiality of the discussion," The Sunday Times reported. The five-hour meeting started with each person giving a 15-minute spiel about their "causes." Then, over dinner, the Times reported, "taking their cue from Gates, they all agreed that overpopulation" was the "umbrella cause" that could subsume every other concerns.
The session was so "discreet," the Sunday Times reports, that some of the billionaires' aides were told they were at "security briefings."
ABC News reported, "The meeting was reminiscent of the 1907 salons of America's foremost financiers held in the study of J.P. Morgan, to discuss how private citizens could stop the economic panic."
Another attendee said there was consensus that they would back a strategy "in which population growth would be tackled as a potentially disastrous environmental, social and industrial threat.... They [the attendees] need to be independent of government agencies, which are unable to head off the disaster we all see looming."