by Jon Rappoport

November 23, 2020

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I’ve never been a big fan of depopulation. It doesn’t make me sit up and think, this is the way to go. I assume you aren’t in favor of it, either. Most people don’t like it.

Even anarchists can see a plan to wipe out large numbers of people might come around and tap them on the shoulder. Self-absorbed nihilists with no moral compass whatsoever do retain an urge to survive.

(Bill Gates and Rockefeller technocrats don’t count. They aren’t anarchists. They want to build on the ashes of what they destroy.)

There are slippery ways to talk about depopulation. There are ways to make it sound “humane.”

A new member of Biden’s coronavirus task force is Dr. Zeke Emanuel. In the past, Zeke has stated there is no reason people should want to live beyond the age of 75. Just go gently into that good night.

This prompted me to retrieve several articles I wrote this past spring. Because, you see, COVID is old people.

Following Zeke’s formula, the best treatment would be no remedy at all. Just stack up the bodies.

My first clue, months ago, about the elderly, came from a report published by Italy’s National Institute of Health. It stated that the average age of people dying from COVID in the country was 79.5. That clue was the size of an aircraft carrier parked outside your house.

Soon after the Italian report, the Institute of Health went dark. No more research was released. No updates. They’d spoken out of school, and someone slapped them in the head.

Other revelations followed. Here are excerpts from articles I wrote between April and June:

In the 1973 film, Soylent Green, a NY police detective discovers that the vastly overcrowded, poverty–stricken population of the city—who are being sustained on processed government food, called Soylent—are now eating humans who have died. That’s what Soylent Green is made of.

Open-source press reports reveal the “excess mortality” of 2020 is largely the result of elderly people dying in nursing homes.

This has nothing to do with a virus.

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