NY Times Gets Creative With Population Control: Spike Food With Sterilization Chemicals

NYT: Spike food supply with sterilization chemicals to reduce population
Mike Adams During the Nixon administration, the New York Times published a science article that pushed for sterilization chemicals to be added to the food supply. The goal? Global depopulation.

Today, that goal is well under way, but it’s all gone “covert.” Now, there are at least five vectors through which global depopulation is being pursued.

Today’s feature article cites to the New York Times and documents the depopulation / human elimination agenda being pursued right now (without your knowledge or consent).

Read the shocking true story.

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