The Health Ranger explains how the New York Times promoted a narrative to spike the food supply with sterilization chemicals in order to achieve global depopulation goals.
Podcast Transcript: “In 1969, the New York Times published an article that called for the food supply to be spiked with covert sterilization chemicals. You can find the actual link to this. They still have it on their website. You can download it as a PDF. Find the link at NaturalNews.com. Just search for RNA interference technology and you’ll find a link to that in a well documented story. Anyway, this article by the New York Times quoted Paul Ehrlich, who of course is a depopulation alarmist who said there shouldn’t be any more than about 150 million people in America. Then he and the President Nixon science advisor – whose name I don’t recall at the moment, but that’s who’s quoted in the story – together what they say is that food – all food – that’s exported from America and sold in America, should be laced with these sterilization chemicals to essentially eliminate black people and brown people. Especially the food exports that go to Africa or South America and so on other nations…” Listen to the full podcast below: