Sunday, March 20, 2011
The Rockefeller – American Red Cross Connection
…Officially known as the American National Red Cross, the organization was supported by John D. Rockefeller, who donated money for a national headquarters in Washington, DC, only one block from the White House. …
[From “The American Red Double-cross”]This is the same Rockefeller Foundation that supported eugenics, the Nazi movement, and abortion.
…The Rockefellers, perhaps more so, were also heavily involved with eugenics.
“In 1970, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund gave $500,000 to the Population Council.
The Rockefeller Foundation gave ecology grants of $10,000 to the New School for Social Research, and $10,000 to the Population Reference Bureau.”
In 1973, the Rockefeller Foundation again gave $500,000 to the Population Council and $25,000 to the Population Crisis Committee, while the Rockefeller Brothers Fund gave $250,000 to the Population Council, and $250,000 to the Population Institute.
The Population Council was founded by John D. Rockefeller the 3rd in 1952.
The first president of the Council, Frederick Osborn, was appointed by Rockefeller. Osborn was the leader of the American Eugenics Society, and member of the Galton Society, founded in 1918. …
…The Rockefeller Foundation is the prime sponsor of public relations for the United Nations’ drastic depopulation program.
“Our Cause”: Sanger and the Rockefellers
From its inception, the Rockefeller Foundation was at the vanguard of the birth control movement. One of the Foundation’s first official acts was to take over and expand the Bureau of Social Hygiene.
The Bureau had been founded two years earlier by Rockefeller “Junior,” with the stated intention of investigating the evils of prostitution.
In 1913, the Foundation formally took charge of the Bureau and gave it the task of conducting “research and education on birth control, maternal health, and sex education.”
“Cettie,” Junior’s mother and John D’s wife, eagerly furthered the project by giving $25,000 to “promote instruction in social hygiene for female students around the country.”
At least as early as 1924, under the leadership of Katharine Davis, the Bureau began funding Margaret Sanger’s proposal for birth control clinical studies by the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau.
The Rockefeller family also took a very personal interest in Margaret Sanger’s activities, as the following excerpt from a September 1930 letter to Abby Rockefeller, Jr.’s wife, reveals:
“I wish you could come down and visit us some morning or afternoon in the near future. I know how you may hesitate to do this thinking of publicity, etc., but I wish to assure you that nothing of the kind would happen…
The object of this letter, however, was not to tell you my woes, but to thank you for your help and your fine interest, and to tell you how much I appreciate it at this particular time.”
Apparently, this friendship between Sanger and Rockefeller only grew stronger throughout the years.
As Abby’s biographer notes, “Margaret Sanger was one of the last of her friends in Arizona to see her [before Abby’s death].”
After Abby’s death, Sanger wrote to Rockefeller Jr., to express her condolences:
“It was such a joy to me to have had a nice laughing talk with Mrs. Rockefeller the morning you left for New York.
I felt then how fortunate you and your children were to have had good rich years of her…care and companionship… her silent backing of our cause gave me great confidence through the years of darkest night.”
The Rockefeller Foundation, to this day, continues to provide significant support to Planned Parenthood. The International PP Medical Bulletin, for example, is primarily underwritten by the Foundation and is even linked to the Rockefeller Foundation website.
The Foundation has also sponsored New York University’s Margaret Sanger Papers Project.
Most importantly, the Rockefellers determined the very tenure of U.S. and international discussions about birth control and abortion.
First, through funding population research and control initiatives at prestigious universities, such as Harvard, Baylor, Case Western Reserve, Chicago, the University of Chile, Columbia, Cornell, Hacettepe University in Turkey, the University of Michigan, North Carolina, Princeton, Tulane and the University of Washington.
And, second, through the establishment of the Population Council, the world’s first truly global population control foundation.
Scientific Dictatorship: The Rockefeller – American Red Cross Connection Reblogged from source with thanks Via: https://projectwakeupcall.blogspot.com/2011/03/rockefeller-american-red-cross.html?