Have you ever wondered why all of the world’s most powerful and nefarious corporations and entities seem to be either in alliance with, or strangely okay with each other?
The large “environmental” institutions in the world take no offense to the most atrocious actions committed by the world’s worst corporations. From agrichemical corporations to oil, the big institutions that claim to protect the Earth turn a blind eye unless it suits them. I’m talking about the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) and others.
Why would powerful individuals or entities have an interest in turning a blind eye to the destruction of poor farming regions? This article will explore the possibility of it being an agenda that goes beyond profit.
The World Wildlife fund is in (once secret) alliance with Monsanto, and they are an institution founded and used by powerful people, in an agenda that goes deeper than can be described in one setting.
It is essentially an agenda to steal land all over the world, particularly from native people, bushmen, and poor farmers: under the guise of protecting the environment. When poor farmers fall into debt, or land becomes damaged, it becomes easy for “debt relief” schemes to arise.
In this video, the agenda to basically steal land from people under the guise of “sustainable development” was explored. Monsanto helps destroy arable land and put poor farmers in debt, putting them in a position where governmental and institutional entities can seize the land for “debt relief.”
Monsanto’s relationship with the WWF was described in an article from Natural News titled “Monsanto teams up with World Wildlife Fund to convert Amazon into giant GMO plantation”:
“The WWF is not what they once were. In the recently published book, PandaLeaks: The Dark Side of the WWF, German author Wilfried Huismann exposes everything, from the charity’s outrageously high salaries to its recent partnership with agrochemical giant Monsanto.
When the book came out in 2012, the WWF legal team tried to censor it. They succeeded for several months, afraid of being exposed for promoting Monsanto’s genetically modified crops. In the fall of 2014, the book was re-released, shedding light on the funds the WWF took from Monsanto. The book endured several lawsuits and revealed the dark side of the WWF’s relationship with the multinational agrochemical seed engineer.”
If Monsanto was genuinely doing good, why would the WWF have to hide their relationship with them?
The WWF promoted Monsanto’s genetically modified creations, and collaborated with the corporation to make a “Round Table on Responsible Soy” (that phytoestrogenic, genetically modified, pesticide contaminated monstrosity for human fertility).
The WWF helped GMO soy be released in the Amazon, influencing the infiltration of Brazil and Argentina with the GMO’s.
The Natural News article is solid, but it starts off defending the WWF, claiming they were once dedicated to saving the environment: that couldn’t be further from the truth. Monsanto may have given funds to the WWF, but it is arguably an even more elite and power-connected entity than Monsanto.
he World Wildlife Fund was founded by a caste of characters including Julian Huxley, the avowed eugenicist whose brother wrote the book Brave New World, Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh), Godfrey A. Rockefeller, and others. Do you recognize the logo? Its stamp of approval is present on products probably in your house right now.
The World Wildlife fund and organizations in its league disguise neo-colonialism as saving the environment.
Swathes of the Amazon rain forest were cut down to grow Monsanto’s GM soy, with the help of the WWF.
Continuing from the Natural News article:
“The Amazon GMO soy boom is causing millions of acres of rain forest to be cleared. Between 2007 and 2008, nearly 3 million acres were destroyed in the Brazilian Amazon rain forest as logging, soy plantations and cattle ranching took over the region. The WWF has no interest in protecting these regions any more because they are infiltrated by the ideas of Monsanto, which is all for clearing out the rain forest and taking over the area’s agriculture.”
The very deepest roots of today’s entities that claim to help the environment (World Wildlife Fund, International Institute for Sustainable Development, ect) are from the oil barons themselves. If you look at the history of all the big “environmentalist” entities, they are the system.
One perfect example of an “oiligarch” who claimed to be an environmentalist to advance his agenda and the agenda of his counterparts, can be found in a man named Maurice Strong.
Reading from the transcript of the documentary “Why Big Oil Conquered the World”:
“On paper, it would be almost impossible to find a less likely candidate for “Godfather” of the modern environmental movement than Maurice Strong. A junior high school dropout from a poor family in rural Manitoba struck hard by the great depression, Strong’s meteoric rise to the heights of wealth and political influence is itself remarkable.
The sheer number of environmental organizations that he founded, conferences he chaired, campaigns he directed and accolades he received over the course of his career is even more remarkable: Organizer of the Stockholm Environmental Conference, founding director of the United Nations Environment Program, Secretary General of the Rio Earth Summit, founder of the Earth Council and the Earth Charter movement, chair of the World Resources Institute, commissioner of the World Commission on Environment and Development, and board member of a bewildering array of organizations, from the International Institute for Sustainable Development to the Stockholm Environment Institute to the African-American Institute.
But perhaps the most remarkable thing about Strong, this ubiquitous figure of the 20th century environmental movement, was his background: a Rockefeller-connected millionaire from the Alberta oil patch who divided his time between environmental campaigning and running major oil companies.”
The above documentary can aid in carving an understanding of this convoluted, benign web of individuals and supposed environmentalist groups who are actually an integral part of the “big agenda.”
The World Wildlife Fund is an institution that is, and has always been, a tool for the agenda of the powerful.