Monthly Archives: March 2009

Earth Hour A Disgusting Display Of Insanity For A Nazi Cause

Michael Difensore

The World Wildlife Fund is a Nazi Organization that is working to bring about a world government using Global Warming and the Green movement as a vehicle that will create hundreds of new taxes to fund the operation. Following the article from Reuters and Prison I have put the history of the World Wildlife Fund from their own website. The World Wildlife fund was started on September 11, 1961. Over and over again the date September 11th keeps popping up. Click article below for more September 11th dates to note. The evil people running things likes the date September 11th.

Click here for article on Nazi Prince Bernhard Von Lippe Biesterfeld

Click here for article Date of September 11th Picked By Freemasons For 9/11/01 Attacks.

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Lights went out at tourism landmarks and homes across the globe on Saturday for Earth Hour 2009, a global event designed to highlight the threat from climate change.

From the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge to the Eiffel Tower in Paris and London’s Houses of Parliament, lights were dimmed as part of a campaign to encourage people to cut energy use and curb greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels.

Organizers said the action showed millions of people wanted governments to work out a strong new U.N. deal to fight global warming by the end of 2009, even though the global economic crisis has raised worries about the costs.

“We have been dreaming of a new climate deal for a long time,” Kim Carstensen, head of a global climate initiative at the conservation group WWF, said in a candle-lit bar in the German city of Bonn, which hosts U.N. climate talks between March 29 and April 8.

“Now we’re no longer so alone with our dream. We’re sharing it with all these people switching off their lights,” he said as delegates and activists sipped bluish cocktails.

The U.N. Climate Panel says greenhouse gas emissions are warming the planet and will lead to more floods, droughts, heatwaves, rising sea levels and animal and plant extinctions.

World emissions have risen by about 70 percent since the 1970s. China has recently overtaken the United States as the top emitter, ahead of the European Union, Russia and India.


The U.N. Climate Panel says rich nations will have to cut their emissions to a level between 25 and 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 to avoid the worst effects of warming. Developing nations will also have to slow the rise of their emissions by 2020, it says.

Australia first held Earth Hour in 2007 and it went global in 2008, attracting 50 million people, organizers say. WWF, which started the event, is hoping one billion people from nearly 90 countries will take part.

“The primary reason we do it is because we want people to think, even if it is for an hour, what they can do to lower their carbon footprint, and ideally take that beyond the hour,” Earth Hour executive director Andy Ridley told reporters at Sydney’s Bondi Beach.

In Asia, lights at landmarks in China, Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines were dimmed as people celebrated with candle-lit picnics and concerts.

Buildings in Singapore’s business district went dark along with major landmarks such as the Singapore Flyer, a giant observation wheel.

Other global landmarks that switched off their lights included the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, the Reserve Bank in Mumbai, the dome of St Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Egypt’s Great Pyramids and the Acropolis in Athens.

Paul Joseph Watson & Steve Watson
Prison Planet
Monday, May 12, 2008

Nazi collaborator and racist advocate of mass genocide Prince Philip, a man who has often expressed his desire to return to the earth as a “deadly virus” to thin the human population, says that there are too many people in the world as he attacked large families in a television interview set to air this week.

“The duke hints that curbing family sizes may be the best means of keeping the soaring cost of staple food products, such as bread and rice, in check,” reports the London Times.

“Food prices are going up,” he tells his interviewer, Sir Trevor McDonald. “Everyone thinks it’s to do with not enough food, but it’s really that demand is too great – too many people. Basically, it’s a little embarrassing for everybody. No one quite knows how to handle it. Nobody wants their family life to be interfered with by the government.”

Overlooking the fact that Prince Philip himself has four children and eight grandchildren, the article couches his comments in the fallacy that HRH is an “eco-warrior” and completely fails to point out that the Duke of Edinburgh’s enthusiasm for culling the human herd actually stems from his warped advocacy of eugenics.

As Alex Jones documents in his seminal documentary End Game, this mindset is endemic amongst the elite.

Prince Philip’s zeal to thin the population of undesirables has little to do with his so-called “green credentials,” as is fatuously argued by the corporate media. In reality, the Duke of Edinburgh was a Nazi collaborator and his racist tendencies have spilled over into public gaffes in many occasions.

In 1986, for example, the queen’s husband remarked to a British student during a visit to China: ”If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes.”

“It looks as though it was put in by an Indian,” Philip observed when he saw a messy fuse box in a factory during a 1999 visit.

It is well documented that Prince Philip’s sister, Sophia, was married to Christopher of Hesse-Cassel, an SS colonel who named his eldest son Karl Adolf in Hitler’s honor. Indeed, all four of Philip’s sisters married high-ranking Nazis. The prospect of the former Nazis and Nazi sympathizers attending his 1947 wedding to the future Queen of England meant he was allowed to invite only two guests.

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Two years ago, more revelations of Philip’s Nazi links emerged in a book that featured never before published photographs of Philip aged 16 at the 1937 funeral of his elder sister Cecile, flanked by relatives in SS and Brownshirt uniforms (pictured above).

Another picture shows his youngest sister, Sophia, sitting opposite Hitler at the wedding of Hermann and Emmy Goering. Philip was forced to concede that his family found Hitler’s attempts to restore Germany’s power and prestige “attractive” and admitted they had “inhibitions about the Jews”. The duke was also trained in the Hilter Youth.

Philip also helped start the World Wildlife Fund with former Nazi SS Officer Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, who went on to found the elitist Bilderberg Group. In the past, Philip has also attended the ultra secretive ritualistic meeting of elites at Bohemian Grove.

Borrowing the idea from American scientists who pioneered the field in the 1930’s, the Nazis advanced the pseudo-science of eugenics and incorporated it into Adolf Hitler’s dream of the Aryan super-race. Bearing in mind Philip’s Nazi connections, his views on the subject of overpopulation are unsurprising, but shocking nonetheless.

“In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation,” Philip told Deutsche Press Agentur in August 1988.

He reiterated his desire to be a catalyst for mass genocide in the foreword to his book If I Were an Animal, released in 1986.

“I just wonder what it would be like to be reincarnated in an animal whose species had been so reduced in numbers than it was in danger of extinction. What would be its feelings toward the human species whose population explosion had denied it somewhere to exist…. I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus.”

In July 1983, Philip chastised aid workers and charities for helping to treat malaria victims in Sri Lanka.

“For example, the World Health Organization Project, designed to eradicate malaria from Sri Lanka in the postwar years, achieved its purpose. But the problem today is that Sri Lanka must feed three times as many mouths, find three times as many jobs, provide three times the housing, energy, schools, hospitals and land for settlement in order to maintain the same standards. Little wonder the natural environment and wildlife in Sri Lanka has suffered. The fact [is] … that the best-intentioned aid programs are at least partially responsible for the problems.”

Many similar quotes can be found here.

Even more disturbing than the Duke’s comments is the fact that the majority of the respondents to the Times article agree with him that humans need to be culled, sterilized, or forced by law to limit their childbearing.

“Between them they share 50% of the world’s population,” writes one referring to India and China, “eliminate them, eliminate the problem.”

Why 50% of the world’s population should be “eliminated,” and how this global holocaust would be carried out is not discussed.

“I agree with the Duke of Edinburgh. Having more than one child is detrimental in light of our limited world resources,” opines another.

“Relentless breeding is incredibly selfish and egotistical. There should be moderation in all things including this,” writes another.

Common sense prevails amongst some readers, but it’s a minority.

“The aging ratio shows, there wont be enough children to support the elderly by 2030. The duke is quite wrong in his judgements. Food prices are going up, not just us having more children. Bad weather is one reason, no crops. In fact statistics show that people are having less children,” writes one.

Prince Philip’s real intentions are typical of those who use the veil of environmentalism and overpopulation hype as a pretext to advance their racist and inhumane rhetoric.

The catch-all solution to overpopulation – allowing third world countries to industrialize thus naturally bringing down birth rates as has happened in the developed world – is never mentioned by the alarmists who use fearmongering and contrived debates to push an underlying eugenics agenda

Research related links

History of World Wildlife Fund

The Creation of World Wildlife Fund

In 1961, a limited number of organizations around the world – such as the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) and The Conservation Foundation – were trying to meet conservation needs, but were desperately short of funds.

A small but influential group of Europeans—scientists, naturalists, business and political leaders—rose to the occasion: on September 11, 1961 World Wildlife Fund was formed and soon set up shop at IUCN’s headquarters in Morges, Switzerland. H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands became the organization’s first president.

Several leaders arranged the key organizational meeting for the new venture. Those involved include noted biologist and African wildlife enthusiast Sir Julian Huxley, IUCN vice president Sir Peter Scott and director-general of the British Nature Conservancy E. M. Nicholson. The decision was made to establish World Wildlife Fund as an international fundraising organization that will work in collaboration with existing conservation groups to bring substantial financial support to the conservation movement on a worldwide scale. The new organization will raise funds through national appeals and, using the best scientific advice available from IUCN and other sources, channel the money to appropriate organizations. The first call for broad support was the Morges Manifesto, signed in 1961 by 16 of the world’s leading conservationists. The Morges Manifesto stated that while the expertise to protect the world environment existed, the financial support to achieve this protection did not, and that these conditions supported the development of a nongovernmental organization that would work to protect the world’s environment.

Public meeting at The Royal Society of Arts in London, 1961. The speaker is Sir Julian Huxley.
© WWF-Canon / WWF Intl.

H.R.H. Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, became president of the British National Appeal, the first national organization in the World Wildlife Fund family. The second national organization to be formed was World Wildlife Fund, Inc. (WWF) – the U.S. appeal. Incorporated in the District of Columbia on December 1, 1961, WWF named Dwight D. Eisenhower its President of Honor. Ira N. Gabrielson and Russell E. Train were the first president and vice president, respectively.

Evolving Ties with the International Network

The 45-year evolution of WWF has entailed not only philosophical and organizational changes, but also has yielded a maturing and increasingly productive relationship with the international World Wildlife Fund Network. While WWF in the United States is an independent organization, it plays an increasingly important role in the worldwide conservation programs of the Network. WWF is bound by U.S. tax laws to exercise independent judgment in allocating funds, and its Board has complete authority to determine where and when these funds are spent.

Tragedy in Eastern Himalayas in 2006

A helicopter carrying WWF staff members Dr. Chandra Gurung, Dr. Harka Gurung, Jennifer Headley, Yeshi Choden Lama, Matthew Preece, Dr. Jillian Bowling Schlaepfer and Mingma Sherpa and other conservation leaders crashes in Nepal, killing all 23 passengers on board.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), signed in 1992 and revised in 1994 and 1998 by WWF and WWF-International, reflects a comprehensive agreement on the planning and implementation of WWF Network activities. Central to the MOU is the “team approach,” which builds on the work of country teams representing WWF-International, WWF-US and other concerned National Organizations (NOs) in the WWF Network.

In 2003, a new charter was signed by all 30 independent World Wildlife Fund organizations in the Network. Although not a formal legal agreement, the charter set out basic understandings to enable the national organizations to work more closely together in achieving shared conservation goals. Improved Network cooperation took another important step forward in 2006, when a streamlined and more inclusive decision-making structure was agreed to among all organizations. Since 1985, the WWF Network has invested over $1.165 billion in more than 11,000 projects in 130 countries.

The interactive timeline at the top of the page features an overview of the evolution and significant milestones of WWF’s U.S. appeal.

Download PDF of WWF History, including accomplishments by year.

WWF — Chairmen and Presidents
Presidents and Terms Chairmen and Terms
John I. Snyder – 1963-1965 Ira N. Gabrielson – 1962-1971
C. R. Gutermuth – 1972-1973 John D. Murchison – 1966-1974
Francis L. Kellogg – 1973-1977 S. Dillon Ripley – 1975-1980
Russell E. Train – 1978-1985 George M. Woodwell – 1980-1984
William K. Reilly – 1985-1989 Lawrence S. Huntington – 1984-1985
Kathryn S. Fuller – 1989-2005 Russell E. Train – 1985-1994
Carter S. Roberts – 2005-Present Roger W. Sant – 1994-2000
William K. Reilly – 2000-2006
Bruce E. Babbitt – 2006-Present