When Population Control Meets Your Artificial Sweetener

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Stevia Splenda

Stevia is used as a sweetener. In low doses, when used as a sweetener, it doesn’ have side effects. However, there are issues you can read about on this link. There is some interesting history involved in the use of Stevia and potential ties to birth and population control.

Barack Obama’s science czar John Holdren wrote about Stevia on p.999 in a textbook he co-authored in 1977. In the book, he promoted coercive population control. He wrote the book with famous neo-Malthusians Paul and Anne Ehrlich. They were famous during a time when overpopulation first became a concern. Most people ignored them as crackpots.

Things are different now, and the World Economic Forum is discussing overpopulation and de-growth. People are taking them more seriously.

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WHEN THE OLD BECOMES NEW AGAIN

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM

Jane Goodall expressed her opinion:


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Jamie
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Jamie
1 year ago

If you took every person on earth and put them front to back and shoulder to shoulder, they would all fit in Texas with room left over.

Frances
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Frances
1 year ago

CEO of Pfizer, Bourla, bragged that one of his goals was to reduce our population by 50% in 2023. Why is he not locked up?

Ragnor Lothbrok
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Ragnor Lothbrok
1 year ago

The elite (illuminati / Davos) ) have never hidden their agenda. They have been saying since the early/mid 70s that their goal is to reduce the world’s population by 4/5 through high intensity wars, fast acting lethal viruses and famine. I hope that those few who are aware of this evil are preparing

Save America
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Save America
1 year ago

You’re correct. We can thank Jimmy Carter and Brezinski for the Global 2000 document, pre-Agenda 21/30. Global 2000 Warned of 190 billion people crowding the earth by the year 2000. Well, that was debunked by a few billion.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 year ago

Interesting, thoughtful, conveying visible information that others did not dig out and link. Well-done!