Recently, YouTube deleted one of our videos from our channel. Again. They gave their usual blanket reasons, saying we broke the YouTube community guidelines.
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Video: A must watch: America’s Depopulation Agenda in Afrika
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In the video, which, by the way, was published sometime back in 2020, we revealed some things that the system would not want the world, especially Africans, to know. We talked about the Kissinger Report (The NSSM-200), which is a document that details the primary purpose of U.S. government population control efforts to maintain access to the mineral resources of less-developed countries or LDCs. (You can watch the video on our Video Website.)
The Kissinger Report states:
The U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries. That fact gives the U.S. enhanced interest in the supplying countries’ political, economic, and social stability. Wherever a lessening of population pressures through reduced birth rates can increase the prospects for such stability, population policy becomes relevant to resource supplies and the United States’ economic interests.
To protect U.S. commercial interests, NSSM-200 cited several factors that could interrupt the smooth flow of materials from LDCs to the United States, including a large population of anti-imperialist youth whose numbers must be limited by population control. The document identified 13 nations by name that would be the primary targets of U.S. government population control efforts. Some of the target nations in Africa are Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya and some other nations with big populations of young people who are considered too volatile for the system to handle when things go south.
So basically, the NSSM-200 was created as a project to depopulate or keep the population of Africa in check using all forms of contraceptives including abortion or what we call medical genocide. To the average African, the contraceptives that organizations like Mary Stopes, USAID, Bill Gates and the like bring to Africa are good for helping with the so-called ballooning population of Africa, but the actual intention was to make sure the African continent never grows its young population to the point of challenging the flow of mineral resources from their countries to the US.
I remember when we posted that video, some of the most mindless responses we got, which were mostly insults by the way, came from the very Africans that we were trying to reach with the information of what is going on in the continent. To their mind, we were trying to spoil the “good work” that these foreign organizations are doing in Africa. And no less than four of such videos have been removed by YouTube from our channel.
I found a very interesting post by Dr Wandia Njoya on her Facebook page about Kenya’s digital ID and the manipulation of minds and realities that happen to make it look like things are working when, on the contrary, they are not. What she wrote makes a very strong point about how the system creates a narrative using falsehoods painted with big words which do not change anything in the long run.
“Digital technology is a tool. Like a jembe. For a jembe to work, it must be held by someone tilling the land. The plants grow because they have soil, water and sunshine, not because you used a jembe to break the land. We have to understand digital tech in the same way.
Imagine if someone comes to you and says: I am going to give you a jembe with a handle made of steel instead of wood, and your food will no longer need water, soil and sunlight to grow because the jembe was posher.”
That’s what we are being told about digital tech by GoK (Government of Kenya), on the encouragement of the manufacturers by the same tech. How are they able to sound logical?
The genius of Western stealth and trickery is not to oppose what you say. It’s to remove small elements of it and introduce cause-effect fallacies that require you to stop doing what you’re doing to spend time trying to find where the problem is and refute it. It’s so insidious.
Let me explain with farming. So, the process of growing food is this:
1. Till the land
2. Plant the seed
3. The seed grows from the soil, rain and sunshine.
What the West does is to mess up with no. 1. They don’t stop the process, they just change the jembe.
The jembe will be more expensive, and it will be a nightmare to use because it will become slippery. It slows you down your work, and the rains are not waiting for you to get used to it. What you’re not told, of course, is that the maker of the steel jembe is pulling strings from behind the scenes.
The maker of the steel jembe went to politicians to pass laws making his steel hand mandatory. His companies got government tenders to monopolize the sale of jembe handles. His foundation, built on that wealth, gave grants to civil society to raise concerns about whether minority groups have access to the steel handled jembe. He then went to Davos and in an interview by your top journalist, he said that steel jembes are modern, the best thing that happened to you, now you Africans have embraced modernity and come closer to his level.
But remember, you are still struggling to use his jembe to plant. The jembe is slowing you down and the rain isn’t waiting.
Soon an NGO funded by the foundation of the steel jembe manufacturer will come to do capacity building on how to use the new jembe. They invite you to a workshop in a hotel, with some decent per diem. You stay the whole day there, but remember, the rains are not waiting for you.
And then after some days away from the shamba in a hotel, you return home, and you discover that the steel wasn’t high quality. It rusted and broke. Now you need a new handle. So you now spend an extra day going to the shopping center to get a new handle.
Na bado hujalima.
That’s how the entire GoK has been gaslighted about tech and is gaslighting us about tech. We want to plant seed and build from the ruins of our economy. Instead of letting us do that work, they are replacing the jembe handles, and paralyzing us with regulation and fees. GoK has also bought lies about tech. They are incapable of offering social services (incapable of helping you till the land), but they are telling us that we will get better services if we have digital IDs, (ie. your food will grow because you used a steel handled jembe).
And the person gaslighting them is the one who will be selling this tech to them and using the data collected from us. The seller of the steel jembe.
But when we ask about the steel jembe, the civil society types, funded by the steel jembe manufacturer, go hysterical. They wail that we’re obsessed with blaming the west and that we don’t want the farmer to get assistance in planting food.
Have you noticed the slippage here? You’re talking about the tool, but they are gaslighting you to talk about the food by accusing you of wanting people to starve. It’s amazing!
And if you try to clarify what you’re saying, they’ll tell you that you’re proud and that you refuse to accept you’re wrong. But wrong about what? They don’t say. How are you wrong?
And that’s the evil genius of this system. When you want to go to the detail, they gaslight you with broad narratives, when you want to discuss the broad narratives, they condemn you for not discussing the detail.
So, back to the farmer with the steel handled jembe.
The farmer doesn’t plant enough, and doesn’t have enough food to last till the next rains. The farmer will need food aid. Reports will be written about the provision of the jembe was patriarchal, and how the youth, women and other minorities didnt get steel jembes. Journalists will do “investigative reporting” to say woiyee and get awards.
Meanwhile, the manufacturer goes to the next Davos to boast about helping African farmers. After all, from this whole operation, the manufacturer has recouped his costs from the tenders to sell steel handles, and has a foundation to sanitize his reputation, and best of all, he has captured your farming. You can’t eat except what he decides you will eat.
That’s what’s going to happen with Digital ID. Our lives won’t change. The economy won’t grow. We’ll just have more tech, more bureaucracy, more forms to fill, more trips to the GoK offices, more hours online, to slow us down from noticing that nothing is working. And has never worked.”
So, just as Wandia Njoya’s writeup has painted clearly, Africans love to dance around projects and narratives that fuel the falsehood that modernity or civilization has come to our doorstep but don’t look behind the curtains to see the hands of the puppeteer doing the magic.
The very youths who are the target of projects like NSSM-200 and who are supposed to be thinking and engaging truth are busy doing videos and arguing about which African country has the best capital city or best infrastructure, which, by the way, are mostly built using debt from the banks that are run by the very people who are behind the agenda to keep the youths unproductive.
There is a massive agenda to perpetually keep Africa poor through the use of chaos, proxy wars, violent insurrections, harmed groups who are funded by the very people talking about peace-keeping missions, and then also control her population through the gay agenda, abortions, contraceptives and even vaccines.
It is sad while all these agendas are going on, many Africans are busy dancing around the “new shiny jembe” while the land (the real issue) is left untilled.
But for how long?
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