Global Warming = Eugenics

Several times during the course of his June 21 Webcast, LaRouche stated that the notion of anthropogenic "global warming" is nothing but a new name for eugenics. "Global Warming" was indeed cooked up by the British oligarchy-founded eugenics ("race science") lobby which gave Hitler his eugenics ideas and led to the Holocaust, and which founded modern "environmentalism" and "globalization"— all for the same reason: to kill billions, a project otherwise known as "population control".

Two prime examples of the genocidal intent behind "global warming", are two of its foremost Australian champions—the deceased Nobel Prize winner Sir Macfarlane Burnet, supposedly "our greatest scientist", and today’s quackademic, Tim Flannery. Wrote Macfarlane Burnet in his book, the Dominant Mammal, already in 1970:

"As a result, there has been much discussion as to whether human activities may not trigger off climatic change in an intrinsically unstable situation, with disastrous results. The contingency most widely discussed has been the possibility of an increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the air warming up the earth by the so-called ‘greenhouse effect’. An increase in CO2 could trap high temperature energy from the sun but diminish the radiation of low temperature energy into space. This could conceivably result in a melting of the Antarctic glaciers to give a rise in sea-level of something between 40 and 100 feet above the present, it has been during some of the interglacial epochs. Every seaport in the world would be put out of action, and millions would be made homeless."

Burnet was a member of the Eugenics Society of Victoria, and remained a eugenicist to the very end of his life. After World War II he led biological warfare research whose purpose, he said, was to kill tens or hundreds of millions of Asians, and he called for the world population to drop to one billion or less, if necessary through repeated periods of "chaos". He was also a seminal figure in Australia’s "environmentalist movement", as part of the Britishcentred, racist Establishment descended from Charles Darwin, T.H. Huxley, Julian Huxley, Prince Philip et al., all of whom proclaim that man is merely an animal, to be herded and "culled" as necessary. Prince Philip, for instance, has repeatedly stated, "In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation." He was Burnet’s friend and sponsor, wrote the introduction to Burnet’s biography (The Seeds of Time by Christopher Sexton), and, along with Julian Huxley disciple Francis Noble Ratcliffe, founded the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF), of which he was the first president.

As for Tim Flannery, he is notorious even in honest academia for third-rate science fiction pieces such as The Future Eaters, in which he champions the notorious eugenicist Griffith Taylor as "one of the greatest and most courageous scientists that Australia has ever produced." Lawfully, Flannery has called for Australia’s population to be reduced to as few as six million.