In the begetting
by Not Sure
Sat 30 Oct 2021
This is the book of the generations of Erasmus Darwin (natural philosopher, physiologist) and the generations of Josiah Wedgwood (a potter). And Erasmus lived seventy years and begat a son in his own likeness, after his image; and called his name Robert Waring Darwin (medical doctor). And Josiah Wedgwood lived sixty-four years and begat a daughter and named her Susannah Wedgwood. Susannah (harpsichordist) was betrothed to Robert W. Darwin and he begat sons and daughters, one of whom he called Charles Robert Darwin (naturalist, biologist).
Charles Darwin married his first cousin, Emma Wedgwood. Best known for his contributions to the theory of evolution (now called the “science” of evolution) Darwin wrote On the Origin of Species or more completely, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.
And Erasmus Darwin also begat Frances Ann Violetta Darwin who married Samuel Tertius Galton (businessman and scientist) who begat Francis Galton (proponent of social Darwinism and pioneer of eugenics.)
In his thirty-sixth year, Charles Darwin begat George Howard Darwin (barrister, astronomer) who begat Charles Galton Darwin (physicist, Manhattan Project) who authored The Next Million Years. George H. Darwin also begat Margaret Darwin who married Geoffrey Keynes, brother of John Maynard Keynes whose ideas fundamentally changed the theory and practice of macroeconomics and the economic policies of governments.
Charles Galton Darwin begat George Pember Darwin who married Angela Huxley, niece of Julian Huxley (evolutionary biologist, eugenicist, World Wildlife Fund, UNESCO, president of British Eugenics Society) and Aldous Huxley (Brave New World, Eastern mysticism, psychedelics), granddaughter of Leonard Huxley, great-granddaughter of Thomas Henry Huxley (Darwin’s bulldog).
Follow Oriana, the eldest daughter of T.H. Huxley and you’ll arrive at Sir Crispin Tickell, British diplomat, environmentalist, representative on the UN Security Council whose interests include climate change, population issues and conservation of biodiversity. Tickell is Chairman of the Board of the Climate Institute. Formed in 1986, it is the world’s first organization focused solely on climate change. Last year, the Climate Institute wished the Chairman a happy 90th birthday and thanked “Sir Crispin for his many years of diligent effort spent protecting the global environment for future generations.”
The tree has many branches, with the odd poet or composer (Ralph Vaughan Williams, son of the Reverend Arthur Vaughan Williams and his wife, Margaret, née Wedgwood, great-granddaughter of Josiah Wedgwood and niece of Charles Darwin), a few businessmen, economists and bankers, but mostly scientists: sociologists, biologists, oceanographers, anthropologists, physicists, bacteriologists and immunologists.
Those were a few generations of several families. We can keep reading the begats.
Sigmund Freud married Martha Bernays. Freud’s nephew Edward Bernays, was a pioneer in the field of public relations and propaganda. Matthew Freud is the great-grandson of Sigmund. He is head of Freud Communications, an international public relations firm in the United Kingdom.
This is the dominant minority. The ruling elite. The captains of the ship. The guardians. These are Charles Galton Darwin’s “wild men.” The scientific dictatorship.
This Redux is Alan Watt’s blurb from October 20, 2019 entitled Vote for......????? "We're on Par with China using Techniques Coercive, Total Surveillance on All in The Great Collective." Alan begins this talk by discussing how people in all countries are given the idea of nationhood when it suits a geopolitical agenda. The left-right dialectic is used to convince people that events are unfolding naturally, never along pre-planned lines.
We’re given our opinions and we’re never supposed to know that we’re getting plundered and abused. A more sophisticated form of slavery. The wild men - those who haven't been tamed by their indoctrination - run the world. They know how the world works, how the human mind works and how people come to their conclusions. The wild men are not hampered by cultural norms or religion.
Everything is run by “science” and “experts” under socialism, with very rich people at the top. We’re trained to worship the “super geniuses” of science and business. Christianity must be destroyed. Alan said, “In Christianity, no one was higher than God so you didn't go worshipping people.” Religion gave cultural cohesiveness. Continuity had to be utterly destroyed because religion gives you far more than just something to believe in. It gives you purpose.
All roads lead to Glasgow
The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. It is scheduled to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, between 31 October and 12 November 2021. Though it might run a day or two longer as these events have been known to do because the food and accommodations are 5-star. The prostitutes (the legitimate ones, not the politicians and bureaucrats) are first-class too. The conference is the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the third meeting of the parties to the Paris Agreement.
Attendees include (and this is a tiny sampling): Joe Biden, John Kerry, Greta Thunberg, Sir David Attenbourgh, Prince Charles, Prince William, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bill Gates, The World Economic Forum, Microsoft, Jeff Bezos, Hitachi, GSK, Unilever, Justin Trudeau, Emmanual Macron, Scott Morrison, The United Nations newest SDG ambassadors K-pop superstars BLACKPINK, Boris Johnson, American Bar Association, American Psychological Association, Amnesty International, Arab Forum for Environment and Development, Arizona State University, Asian Institute of Technology, Australian Uranium Association, Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation, Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Boston University, Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association, Carbon Market Watch, Cardiff University, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Catholic Relief Services - United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Center for Food Safety, Chatham House, China Chamber of International Commerce, China Green Carbon Foundation, Christian Aid, Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh, Clean Air Canada, Climate Alliance Austria, Climate Consortium Denmark, Climate Institute, Climate Justice Program, Climate Leadership Coalition, Climate Parliament, Club of Madrid, “Democracy That Delivers” (Did you vote for them?), Columbia University, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Environmental Justice Foundation, European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition, Evangelical Environmental Network, Evangelisches Studienwerk, Evangelist Professional Training School, Faculty of Public Health of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Fédération Internationale des Mouvements Catholiques d’Action Paroissiale, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Finn Church Aid Foundation, Food and Trees for Africa, Ford Foundation, Freie Universität Berlin, Friends of the Earth International, Gaia Education, GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice, Georgetown University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Global Call for Climate Action, Global Footprint Network, Global Green Environmental Network, Global Green USA, Global Justice Now, Global Village of Beijing, Global Young Greens (Is this youth, or baby spinach?), Grassroots Organizations Operating Together in Sisterhood (GROOTS), Green Budget International, Green Cross International, Green Economics Institute, Greenhouse Emissions Management Consortium (GEMCo), Greenhouse Policy Coalition, Habitat for Humanity International, Harvard University, ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, Institute for Policy Studies, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change Ltd., Instituto de Ecología y Antropología de Acción, Instituto Ecoplan, Insurance Bureau of Canada, International Advertising Association, Inc., International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Alliance of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples of the Tropical Forests (IAITPTF), International Chamber of Shipping, International Climate Change Partnership (ICCP), International Copper Association, Ltd., International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), International Council for Mining and Metals, International Council of Environmental Law (ICEL), International Council on Monuments and Sites, International Cryosphere Climate Initiative (ICCI), International Dialogue for Environmental Action, International Federation of Automotive Engineering Societies (FISITA), International Food Policy Research Institute, International Hydropower Association, International Institute for Sustainable Development, Iran Renewable Energy Association, Islamic Relief Worldwide, Israel Union for Environmental Defense, Italian Local Agenda 21 Association, Japan Center for Climate Change Actions, Johns Hopkins University (Remember Event 201?), Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kuwait Environment Protection Society, London School of Economics and Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), McGill University, Médecins Sans Frontières International, Met Office Hadley Center, Millennium Institute, Minerals Council of Australia, Mining Association of Canada, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR), National Foreign Trade Council, National Wildlife Federation, Netherlands Economic Institute, New Brunswick Lung Association, New York University (NYU), New Zealand Youth Delegation Incorporated, Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, Norwegian Refugee Council, Nurses Across the Borders, Ocean Conservation Trust, Oceana Inc., Oneworld UK, One Sky - Canadian Institute of Sustainable Living, Organisation internationale des constructeurs d'automobiles, Organization for Sustainable Communities, Overseas Development Institute, OXFAM International (OI), Oxford Climate Policy, Pan African Climate Justice Alliance, Parliament of the World's Religions, Peace Child International, Pew Charitable Trusts, Polar Bears International, Polish Economic Chamber of Renewable Energy, Population Action International, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment (PFBE), Prince's Trust International, Princeton University, Quakers in Britain, Railway Association of Canada, RAND, Refugees International, Renewable Energy Institute, Réseau des Aires Protégées d'Afrique Centrale, Resources for the Future, Rhodes University, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc., Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc. (Climate Nexus), Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung - Gesellschaftsanalye und politische Bildung e.V. (RLS), Rotary International, Round Table on Responsible Soy Association, Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, Royal College of Physicians of London, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Royal Institute of British Architects, Royal Society for Protection of Nature (Bhutan), Russian Carbon Fund, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Saint Francis Xavier University, Save the Children International, Saving Our Planet (SOP), Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment, Scientists for Global Responsibility, Scientists Warning Europe, Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund, Scottish Council of Jewish Communities, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, Seas at Risk (SAR), SeaTrust Institute, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, Shell Foundation, Sierra Club, Slow Food (I think I’ve eaten at that restaurant.), Smart Energy for Europe Platform, Sociedad Rural Argentina, Society for Participatory Action and Reflection (SPAR), Society for Threatened Peoples International, Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries, Society of Jesus Trust of 1929 for Roman Catholic Purposes, Space for Giants, Stanford University, Stichting High Carbon Stock Approach Foundation, Stockholm University, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, Stop Ecocide Foundation, Students Organising for Sustainability UK, Sudanese Environment Conservation Society, Surfers Against Sewage (They should learn to hold it until they get back to shore.), Sustainability Council of New Zealand Trust, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Sustainable Energy Africa, SustainableEnergy, Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Swiss Business Council for Sustainable Development, Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy, Texas Impact Education Fund doing business as the Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy (TICPP), The Administrative Center for China's Agenda 21, The Association of Commonwealth Universities, The British Council, The Carbon Trust, The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, The Climate Coalition, The Climate Crisis Foundation, The Climate Reality Project, The Conservancy Association, The Danish Family Planning Association, The Donkey Sanctuary (I know a few asses who should go there.), The Gaia Foundation, The Green Initiative, The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development, The Kenya Climate Change Working Group Association, The Lutheran World Federation, The Nature Conservancy, The Regeneration Project/Interfaith Power & Light, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Royal Society, The United Church of Canada, The Vegan Society, The Wildlife Society, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Turkish Industry and Business Association, UK Green Building Council, Union of Concerned Scientists, Unitarian Universalist Association, United Methodist Church - General Board of Church and Society, United Nations Foundation, United Nations of Youth Network, United States Chamber of Commerce, United States Conference of Mayors, Université de Brest, Université de Moncton, Université Sorbonne Paris, University College London, University of Zurich, University of Aberdeen, University of Adelaide, University of Antwerp, University of California, University of Cape Town, University of East Anglia (Climategate!!!), University of Lapland, University of North Carolina, Vanderbilt University, WaterAid, Wellcome Trust, World Conference of Religions for Peace, World Council of Churches, World Economic Forum (I know I already listed them, but that was three pages ago.), World Environmental Conservancy, World Evangelical Alliance, World Future Council, World Medical Association, World Travel and Tourism Council, Yale University, Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action, Youth Partnership for Peace and Development, Zerofootprint (That means there’s nobody left.)
When I look at this partial, tiny list of COP26 attendees, I see nothing but THE AGENDA in action. The wild men have been breeding and cultivating their scientific class for generations. You could say we’ve been under a scientific dictatorship for a long time, but in The Age of Covid the mask is off. (Their mask, not yours, because according to Fauci, three masks are better than one. “It’s just common sense.”)
Quotes from the “wild men”:
Charles Galton Darwin, physicist, (1887-1962):
“Civilization has taught man how to live in dense crowds, and by that very fact those crowds are likely ultimately to constitute a majority of the world’s population. Already there are many who prefer this crowded life, but there are others who do not, and these will gradually be eliminated. Life in the crowded conditions of cities has many unattractive features, but in the long run these may be overcome, not so much by altering them, but simply by changing the human race into liking them.”
Sir Crispin Tickell, Chairman of the Board of Climate Institute, Population Matters patron, (born 1930):
“Population was a big issue about 30 years ago, now it’s not, but I suspect it will come back because it has to be discussed as one of the big environmental problems of our time, it’s one animal species out of control, and the awful thing is that if we don’t control it then Mother Nature will do it for us.”
John D. Rockefeller, business magnate, (1839-1937):
“The population problem must be recognized by government as a principal element in long-range planning.”
Francis Galton, coined term “eugenics”, (1822-1911):
“There is a steady check in an old civilisation upon the fertility of the abler classes: the improvident and unambitious are those who chiefly keep up the breed. So the race gradually deteriorates, becoming in each successive generation less fit for a high civilisation.”
Bertrand Russell, philosopher, (1872-1970):
“The one real remedy is birth control — that is getting the people of the world to limit themselves to those numbers which they can keep upon their own soil.”
“It is to be expected that advances in physiology and psychology will give governments much more control over individual mentality than they now have even in totalitarian countries. Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will, so that, after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable, throughout the rest of their lives, of thinking or acting otherwise than as their schoolmasters would have wished. But in his day this was an unattainable ideal: what he regarded as the best system in existence produced Karl Marx. In future such failures are not likely to occur where there is dictatorship. Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves happy, because the government will tell them that they are so.”
Max Born, physicist, friend and associate of Charles Galton Darwin (1882-1970):
“Science and technology will then follow their tendency to rapid expansion in an exponential fashion, until saturation sets in. But that does not necessarily imply an increase of wealth, still less of happiness, as long as the number of people increases at the same rate, and with it their need for food and energy. At this point, the technological problems of the atom touch social problems, such as birth control and the just distribution of goods. There will be hard fighting about these problems…”
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, (1921-2021):
“The more people there are, the more food we need, the more space we occupy, the more resources and consumer goods we wish to have and the more development has to take place in order to employ the extra population. (…) Who is going to be the first to face up to the need for self-restraint in the number of children brought into the world?”
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, attendee COP26 (born 1948):
“The less people know about what is really going on, the easier it is to wield power and authority.”
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, attendee COP26 (born 1982):
"In my lifetime we have seen global wildlife populations decline by over half. Africa's rapidly growing human population is predicted to more than double by 2050 — a staggering increase of three and a half million people per month. There is no question that this increase puts wildlife and habitat under enormous pressure.”
Bill Gates, business leader, attendee COP26 (born 1955):
“The problem is that the population is growing the fastest where people are less able to deal with it. So it’s in the very poorest places that you’re going to have a tripling in population by 2050.”
“First we've got population. Now, the world today has 6.8 billion people. That's headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that (forecast) by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent, but there we see an increase of about 1.3 (per year).”
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder, attendee COP26 (born 1964):
“I’m pleased to announce the first Bezos Earth Fund recipients – 16 organizations working on innovative, ambitious, and needle-moving solutions. This $791 million in donations is just the beginning of my $10 billion commitment to fund scientists, activists, NGOs, and others. We can all protect Earth’s future by taking bold action now.” -Nov. 2020
Sir David Attenborough, naturalist and broadcaster, Population Matters Patron, attendee COP26 (born 1926):
"Instead of controlling the environment for the benefit of the population, perhaps it's time we controlled the population to allow the survival of the environment."
Paul Ehrlich, biologist and author, Population Matters Patron (born 1932):
"A lot of people think the population problem is too many Indians or too many people in Africa, and so on. Actually, it's too many people in the United States to start out with. You and I consume much more than the average person in Africa or the average person in India."
“Basically, then, there are only two kinds of solutions to the population problem. One is a ‘birth rate solution,’ in which we find ways to lower the birth rate. The other is a ‘death rate solution,’ in which ways to raise the death rate — war, famine, pestilence — find us.”
Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum founder and executive chairman, WEF supports COP26 (born 1938):
"In order to decarbonize the world or to make it carbon neutral by 2050, a lot of new technological progress has to be achieved. Our present technology does not suffice."
“The Green Horizon Summit will focus on the role of green finance in the post-COVID-19 recovery. It will be a key milestone en route to Glasgow COP26. It will bring together leaders of finance, business, government and civil society from around the world to showcase innovative finance solutions to accelerate industry’s net-zero transition and for nature-based solutions.”
Eugenics is the applied science of Darwinism. Though very popular in the U.S. and Britain before World War II, it got a bad reputation when it became associated with Adolph Hitler. Now you’ll hear different terms like population control, family planning, and bioethics. The eugenics ethos permeates the sustainability/climate change/green agenda. Billions of dollars are spent on population control. The old Rockefeller money blending with the Gates/Buffet/Bezos/et al money.
Charles Darwin, who was married to his first cousin, Emma Wedgwood, was one of the first experimentalists to demonstrate the adverse effects of inbreeding and to question the consequences of consanguineous mating. He documented the phenomenon of inbreeding depression for numerous plant species, and this caused him to worry about the health of his own children, who were often ill. Charles and Emma had 10 children, three of whom died as children. Three of the others married but remained childless, suggesting infertility problems.
If you look at the Darwin/Wedgwood tree, it gets smaller at the bottom, when the goal of a family tree is to “increase and multiply.” Graft the Huxleys and Galtons onto the tree and then follow some of the branches. You’ll find a pretty high incidence of mental illness and even sadly, suicide. But the shrinking tree doesn’t affect the fruits of the program because money tightly controlled by a few philanthropists in each generation gets the job done. As Alan Watt has often pointed out, when billionaires become benefactors they all seem to have the same little set of worries, e.g. overpopulation, climate change, sustainability.
The wild men don’t follow the rules that govern us either. These family trees are “bent” to say the least.
Bertrand Russell was married four times and divorced the first three wives. He was not subtle about his adulterous affairs. Of the women he left he said, “Surely they can find other men.” One of his sons, John, had severe psychological problems, married an unstable woman and all of their children suffered mental illnesses.
Russell’s daughter, Katherine, found herself married, empty and joyless until she attended a church service one day. “I found it easier to believe in a universe created by an eternal God than in one that had ‘just happened.’ For me, the belief in forgiveness and grace was like sunshine after long days of rain. No matter what I did, no matter how low I fell, God would be there to forgive, to pick me up and set me on my feet again. Though I could not earn his love, neither could I lose it. It was absolute, not conditional …”
She said of her father, “I believe myself that his whole life was a search for God …. Indeed, he had first taken up philosophy in hope of finding proof of the evidence of the existence of God … Somewhere at the back of my father’s mind, at the bottom of his heart, in the depths of his soul [which he did not believe he had] there was an empty space that had once been filled by God, and he never found anything else to put in it.”
Don’t worship people. As Alan often said, “They put their pants on one leg at time and they go to the bathroom just like you do.”
© Not Sure
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