8 May 2021 - 2:02 pm
On the 25th September 2020 a remake of a UK television series from 2013 called Utopia was released. Amazon is listed as the main production company and it is distributed by Amazon so we can safely assume they had some significant input into the show. The description of the new series on IMDB which is also owned by Amazon is as follows:
“A group of young adults, who meet online, get a hold of a cult underground graphic novel, which not only pins them as a target of a shadowy deep state organization, but also burdens them with the dangerous task of saving the world.”https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8303474/
Oh, another of those Deep State, conspiratorial type shows then? Possibly yes. People online getting involved with what sounds like “conspiracy theories”… can you imagine such a thing? It has apparently been adapted slightly since the 2013 version, presumably to reflect the “progress” in technology since that ancient era. This is not an advert for the show, I’m not suggesting you should or indeed shouldn’t watch it. But there is some dialogue in the show that is surprisingly relevant to the predicament humanity now finds itself in coinciding with the timely release of this programme, or for our American friends, program.
Here is some of the dialogue from an episode of the show:
Michael: You’ve desecrated all of my work. You disrespected science. What the hell did you put in that vaccine? And when this vaccine fails, I’ll be the scapegoat.
Ian: He created a flu that sparked the demand for a vaccine that doesn’t work. After everyone in the country’s vaccinated…
Dr. Kevin Christie: And the world.
Ian: He’ll have murdered millions.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Nope nope you don’t have it.
Becky: We need to go now before that vaccine ships and more people die.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Give a certain percentage of the population a fatal illness and you make sure it’s genetic, and now it’s the exciting part you pass it down so if you have children before you die, Becky you have children? How much evil do you have to do, to do good? People are driven by the need to know what happens next. Do you want to know what happens next? Your father created a world changing, not world ending, a world changing, world improving omni-virus, and we have taken that virus and embedded in the vaccine of the Stearns flu.
Wilson: I knew it, I knew it.
Ian: He created a panic and now everybody’s begging for the vaccine.
Wilson: No no no, demanding it with all the entitlement of a first world country.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Yes, and now we have exactly what we want. Hundreds of millions of Americans lining up offering us their arms and letting us give them our creation.
Ian: I’m pretty sure when every vaccinated person starts dying they’ll trace back to you, undetectable virus or not.
Dr. Kevin Christie: You’ve all been very busy and you’re all very sharp are you sure none of you would like to come and work for me? No? Better than dying terrible violent death. Then understand this. What we are doing is far bigger than death.
Michael: This virus is not deadly.
Alice: It looks pretty deadly.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Tell me this. What have you done today to earn your place in this crowded world? Exactly. Everything I do is a cure for our current situation.
Wilson: How is it a cure if…
Ian: You’re killing people?
Dr. Kevin Christie: I told you it does not kill, that was the amazing epiphany we had, we didn’t have to kill to accomplish our goal.
Jessica: Which is what?
Dr. Kevin Christie: We intend to stop human reproduction for three generations. The busy endless global assembly line of babies, will grind to a halt.
Wilson: You’re sterilizing people?
Dr. Kevin Christie: Uh-huh. In the first five years we’ll start to see major birthrate declines as teenagers vaccinated today at their childbearing years…
Ian: You’re controlling the future of human civilization.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Is that what they call it? A very nice euphemism for a species that has replicated like a contagion across the planet killing all other species in its wake, except things that are cute like puppies or koalas.
Wilson: Or pandas.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Never in history has there been a creature begging for extinction more than the fucking panda, except us.
Alice: You hate people that much?
Dr. Kevin Christie: On the contrary I love people.
Ian: Then how, why would you?
Dr. Kevin Christie: Doing what our government or citizenry is too spoiled or self-indulgent to do, we are saving ourselves from ourselves.
Wilson: Halting over-population.
Dr. Kevin Christie: One hundred years ago the global population was one point seven billion, 2011 it reached…
Wilson: Seven billion.
Dr. Kevin Christie: People live too long, die less often, fuck too much, shit out babies like…
Michael: In 2050 they say it’s going to plateau.
Wilson: Uh uh uh, we’ll blow past eleven billion and then slowly begin to, decline.
Dr. Kevin Christie: But by then it’ll be too late to save an earth that bears any resemblance to a world we actually want to live in. This planet, I love this planet, so I decided to take care of the problem.
Becky: By injecting your virus into the veins of every human on it?
Dr. Kevin Christie: Global warming, mass extinctions, food, water shortages, all these problems can be boiled down to one thing, over-population.
Michael: It’s not as simple as that.
Dr. Kevin Christie: But it is. At one point seven billion we can be as decadent, self-indulgent and shitty as we want. Ten billion? We have to live strategically, we have to live modestly, we have to live selflessly, and as you know we’re not that good at it.
Wilson: And you’re beta testing it on Americans since we’re the worst.
Dr. Kevin Christie: If we don’t do something now, right now, in a decade our world will experience extraordinary privations, the war of all against all.
Wilson: Water, we will go to war over water and the people who will die first are the ones without power.
Dr. Kevin Christie: By then we’ll be fighting over a world that really isn’t worth fighting for.
Alice: You can’t just decide people won’t have babies because…
Dr. Kevin Christie: I can and I did.
Ian: What about what this does to people, society?
Dr. Kevin Christie: Salvation. We can form a new society.
Dr. Kevin Christie: Mmm-hmm, the grand social experiment.
This, like most propaganda, works on multiple levels. The original show did have a “pandemic” aspect to the story, but in this version it’s one of the main aspects of the whole thing. According to Wikipedia there was a financial dispute which meant Amazon ended up ordering the series on 19th April 2018 and “filming was completed” on 17th October 2019.
On the 18th October 2019, the Event 201 “tabletop exercise” to simulate “a series of dramatic, scenario-based facilitated discussions, confronting difficult, true-to-life dilemmas associated with response to a hypothetical, but scientifically plausible, pandemic” that led to the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, World Economic Forum, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (the main drivers of the event) proposing a number of things that within a few months would be our lives for the foreseeable future if they have their way.
Event 201 was also “supported by funding from the Open Philanthropy Project“. Who are they? According to their website it is an organisation formalised in June 2017, mainly funded by and based on a partnership between Cari Tuna and Dustin Moskovitz, a co-founder of Facebook and Asana. The main areas of focus for this philanthropic organisation are “Global Catastrophic Risks” including “Bio-Security and Pandemic Preparedness“, “Potential Risks From Advanced Artificial Intelligence” and (surprise) “Global Health and Development“. They fit right in don’t they?
Back to the show. So we have this TV series featuring an engineered pandemic followed by a global depopulation plan via vaccines that don’t actually work against the fake new flu that’s going around, all wrapped up in a story about an online group obsessed with a cult underground graphic novel. This serves several purposes. Should anyone actually think for a moment that any aspect of what we are experiencing in real-life sounds a bit like anything from this show, it is easily dismissed with various offhand remarks like “oh that was just a TV show, they wouldn’t really do that”, or “you’ve been watching too much TV, this is real-life” or even “there’s no way they’d actually have a TV show that came out and then they go and do exactly that. Not much of a secret plan is it?”.
There are all kinds of things that are in films, TV and music that are designed to seed ideas. They are not precise predictions necessarily although some are uncannily close. They are there to float an idea, and just let it circulate around in the public consciousness. We’re not meant to be “programmed” to agree with it all, although many will. They are put out there for a number of reasons, including all of the above. “Soylent Green”, an ecological dystopian thriller film from 1973 starring Charlton Heston all about over-population and privation was an early Hollywood promotion of the idea. That was based on a book called “Make Room! Make Room” by Harry Harrison about the same topic. The foreword to that book was written by none other than celebrity doom-monger and serial failed-predictor Paul R. Ehrlich who shot to fame over the 1968 book The Population Bomb which he co-authored with his wife Anne.
Ehrlich has won awards and was elected as a fellow of the Royal Society, and is still wheeled out periodically to repeat his nonsense about climate change and over-population, promoted by Governments and establishment outlets because he advocates for things like eliminating tax benefits for having additional children, and “various forms of coercion”. Of course he’s going to get promoted with that kind of talk.
The “over-population” myth is one that has been pushed for quite a while. The pseudo-science of over-population as the biggest threat to humanity goes back centuries. Thomas Malthus was an early formaliser of the idea in his 1798 book An Essay on the Principle of Population. Of course, the would-be tyrants and super-wealthy of the day leapt upon the notion and propelled Malthus to super-stardom. The BBC has a section devoted to him in their “Historic Figures” archives where they bemoan the fact that Malthus was “often misinterpreted” and seem completely fine about how “his views became popular again in the 20th century with the advent of Keynesian economics”.
Malthus was also an elected fellow of the Royal Society (like Ehrlich), a member of the Political Economy Club, one of the royal associates of the Royal Society of Literature and one of the co-founders of the Statistical Society of London. All of this came after his book about the dire need to curb human reproduction and his ideas were seized upon opportunistically by the usual suspects to prop up the Eugenics movement.
It seems that if you’re fairly well connected and are happy to evangelise about the global threat of over-population and advocate for coercive measures to “save the planet”, you will probably do quite well.
Other proponents of the Over-Population Myth are the Rockefeller family, the Gates family (as in Bill), and the Johnson family (as in Boris).
David Rockefeller who died in 2017 at the age of 101 was the last surviving grandson of the Standard Oil billionaire John D. Rockefeller III. He was the Chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan, Chair of the Council on Foreign Relations, the founder of the Trilateral Commission and a founding member of Bilderberg. Pretty influential. He was also very concerned about “population control” as was his entire family. John D. Rockefeller III had founded the Population Council that was an amalgam of staff and offices of the American Eugenics Society. John D. Rockefeller Jr had funded and promoted the Bureau of Social Hygiene and the Eugenics Record Office. So it should come as no surprise to hear David Rockefeller say things like this:
And herein lies the dilemma that we all face. Let me illustrate. Improved public health has caused the world infant mortality rate to decline by 60 percent over the last 40 years. In the same period the world’s average life expectancy has increased from 46 years in the 1950s to 63 years today. This is a development which as individuals we can only applaud. However, the result of these positive measures is a world population that has risen during the same short period of time geometrically to almost six billion people and could easily exceed eight billion by the year 2020. The negative impact of population growth on all of our planetary ecosystems is becoming appallingly evident.https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4619672/rockefeller-un-depopulation
In 1968 the Rockefeller Foundation in their annual report discuss the “Problems of Population” and appear quite upset that:
“little work is in progress on immunological methods, such as vaccines, to reduce fertility, and much more research is required if a solution is to be found here.”Page 72 – https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Annual-Report-1968-1.pdf
The Gates family has a history of supporting population reduction and Eugenics. William H. Gates II (AKA Microsoft founder Bill’s dad) wrote a book called “Showing Up For Life: Thoughts on the Gifts of a Lifetime” in 2010. In that book there’s a section titled “Walking with Giants”. Some choice quotes from that include:
One name that stands at the top of any list of the giants of philanthropy is “Rockefeller.”
When I began reading about the Rockefellers I noticed that there were some unexpected little connections between our families.
The first one was that the person who helped John D. Rockefeller develop his approach to his philanthropy was a fellow named Gates.
Frederick Gates was not a relative of ours, but he placed a similarly high value on doing his homework. He consulted scores of experts and claimed to have read hundreds of books in putting together his ideas for the Rockefellers’ philanthropy.
The Rockefellers have done so many things for so many people it’s hard to get your arms around it.
Every corner we’ve turned in the field of global health, we’ve found that the Rockefellers were already there and had been there for years.
When we committed to childhood immunization we found ourselves building on efforts the Rockefeller Foundation had helped launch and fund in the 1980s.
When we became interested in fighting malaria and tuberculosis, we learned that the Rockefellers had been studying the prevention and treatment of such diseases around the globe for, in some cases, as long as a hundred years.
A similar dynamic held true in the case of HIV/AIDS.
A lesson we learned from studying and working with the Rockefellers is that to succeed in pursuing audacious goals you need like-minded partners with whom to collaborate.
And we learned that such goals are not prizes claimed by the shortwinded. The Rockefellers stay with tough problems for generations.
Yes, don’t they just? But this is just using their vast ill-gotten gains and monopolistic and predatory business venture created wealth to save humanity from sickness and starvation, right? No. The Gates family have modelled their lives and careers on those of their heroes, the “Giants” of philanthropy the Rockefellers, and tackling the “problem” of world population is at the core of everything. From concern about “saving lives leading to over-population”, to talks about “population rates” and “the impact of over-population on global poverty”, like the Rockefellers, the zealous disciples of Malthusian pseudo-science and all those other extremely well-connected, wealthy and influential types, this is what they spend their lives worrying about. Too many people.
Now we come to the Johnson family. Boris Johnson’s dad Stanley who was an MEP from 1979 to 1984, worked for the World Bank and the European Commission, has also written extensively about the “problem” of over-population. Titles of his books include:
● World Population: Turning the Tide
● Life Without Birth
● The Politics of Population
● The Green Revolution
● World Population and the United Nations
● The Warming
● Population Policy for Britain
In the “author’s note” in the book “Life Without Birth”, Stanley thanks John D. Rockefeller III, chairman of the United Nations Association National Policy Panel on World Population. He also coincidentally wrote a book in 1982 called “The Virus”. The writeup on one site describes it as follows:
“Initially published in 1982 as The Marburg Virus, Johnson’s The Virus reveals uncanny parallels with the current corona virus: the outbreak of a mysterious and deadly disease, the origins of which are traced to a medical student infected by a green monkey. It features an epidemiologist as its hero and a desperate search for a vaccine.”https://www.bookdepository.com/The-Virus-Stanley-Johnson/9781913606305
Boris Johnson, the current UK Prime Minister and one of 6 (yes six) children spawned by dear Stanley who’s life’s work appears to be encouraging people to not have children, is also a good friend of Bill Gates. He also wrote on his personal website about the tragedy of global over-population. He states:
The UN last year revised its forecasts upwards, predicting that there will be 9.2 billion people by 2050, and I simply cannot understand why no one discusses this impending calamity, and why no world statesmen have the guts to treat the issue with the seriousness it deserves.https://www.boris-johnson.com/2007/10/25/global-population-control/
How the hell can we witter on about tackling global warming, and reducing consumption, when we are continuing to add so relentlessly to the number of consumers? The answer is politics, and political cowardice.
Yes, what we need is Boris to come along, call a spade a spade and stop this “political cowardice”. Just get it done. He even mentions Malthus in that article, suggesting that the Green Revolution has led to complacency as it “seemed to prove Malthus wrong”. Clearly our PM does not think Malthus was wrong at all, and is here to deal with the “number one issue” which according to him and the Disciples of Malthus generally, is the “straightforward question of population, and the eventual size of the human race”.
If the article isn’t bad enough, some of the comments are truly unpleasant. Of course they’re all attempting to come from the “I’ll mention the elephant in the room” direction, each author attempting to project themselves as outspoken realists who are “grown-up” enough to discuss such thorny subjects. This grandiose faux-intellectualism is a hallmark of this entire movement and is utterly founded in delusion.
How did we go from a TV show called Utopia to talking about the Rockefellers, the Gates family, the current UK PM and his dad? Well it’s because these people and ideas are all connected, and always come back to the same thing, every single time. These self-appointed Stewards of the Earth have decided via their self-justifying pseudo-science that we need to have less people around, and they are just going to make it happen because they know best. It is all nonsense of course. The idea the world is actually overpopulated is based on manipulated perceptions, propaganda and herding people into more densely packed urban areas than ever. It’s not true though and these people only care about one thing, and that is their God-complex and re-creating the world in their image.
We don’t want that world, no matter how good the adverts look and how scary the fictional threats are.