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Published on Sep 1, 2019
An excellent, classic Alex Jones in-studio broadcast with Aaron Dykes.
Jones and Dykes journalistically and academically go over the subject of eugenics and its' successor, population control, during the last 100 years. In this, they focus on IBM's history of technical and logistical support to the Nazi war effort and the Holocaust during World War II. They also focus on the role that has, in recent times, been played by the Gates Foundation in the mass population control campaigns that are carried out on Developing World populations, generally in league with organizations such as UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund and IPPF.
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