Wannabe “Virus” Prince Philip Attacks Big Families
Nazi collaborator and racist advocate of mass genocide argues for global Chinese-style one child policy
Paul Joseph Watson & Steve Watson
Monday, May 12, 2008
Nazi collaborator and racist advocate of mass genocide Prince Philip, a man who has often expressed his desire to return to the earth as a “deadly virus” to thin the human population, says that there are too many people in the world as he attacked large families in a television interview set to air this week.
“The duke hints that curbing family sizes may be the best means of keeping the soaring cost of staple food products, such as bread and rice, in check,” reports the London Times.
â€œFood prices are going up,â€ he tells his interviewer, Sir Trevor McDonald. â€œEveryone thinks itâ€™s to do with not enough food, but itâ€™s really that demand is too great â€“ too many people. Basically, itâ€™s a little embarrassing for everybody. No one quite knows how to handle it. Nobody wants their family life to be interfered with by the government.â€
Overlooking the fact that Prince Philip himself has four children and eight grandchildren, the article couches his comments in the fallacy that HRH is an “eco-warrior” and completely fails to point out that the Duke of Edinburgh’s enthusiasm for culling the human herd actually stems from his warped advocacy of eugenics.
As Alex Jones documents in his seminal documentary End Game, this mindset is endemic amongst the elite.
Prince Philip’s zeal to thin the population of undesirables has little to do with his so-called “green credentials,” as is fatuously argued by the corporate media. In reality, the Duke of Edinburgh was a Nazi collaborator and his racist tendencies have spilled over into public gaffes in many occasions.
In 1986, for example, the queen’s husband remarked to a British student during a visit to China: ”If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes.”
“It looks as though it was put in by an Indian,” Philip observed when he saw a messy fuse box in a factory during a 1999 visit.
It is well documented that Prince Philip’s sister, Sophia, was married to Christopher of Hesse-Cassel, an SS colonel who named his eldest son Karl Adolf in Hitler’s honor. Indeed, all four of Philip’s sisters married high-ranking Nazis. The prospect of the former Nazis and Nazi sympathizers attending his 1947 wedding to the future Queen of England meant he was allowed to invite only two guests.
Two years ago, more revelations of Philip’s Nazi links emerged in a book that featured never before published photographs of Philip aged 16 at the 1937 funeral of his elder sister Cecile, flanked by relatives in SS and Brownshirt uniforms (pictured above).
Another picture shows his youngest sister, Sophia, sitting opposite Hitler at the wedding of Hermann and Emmy Goering. Philip was forced to concede that his family found Hitler’s attempts to restore Germany’s power and prestige “attractive” and admitted they had “inhibitions about the Jews”. The duke was also trained in the Hilter Youth.
Philip also helped start the World Wildlife Fund with former Nazi SS Officer Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, who went on to found the elitist Bilderberg Group. In the past, Philip has also attended the ultra secretive ritualistic meeting of elites at Bohemian Grove.
Borrowing the idea from American scientists who pioneered the field in the 1930’s, the Nazis advanced the pseudo-science of eugenics and incorporated it into Adolf Hitler’s dream of the Aryan super-race. Bearing in mind Philip’s Nazi connections, his views on the subject of overpopulation are unsurprising, but shocking nonetheless.
“In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation,” Philip told Deutsche Press Agentur in August 1988.
He reiterated his desire to be a catalyst for mass genocide in the foreword to his book If I Were an Animal, released in 1986.
“I just wonder what it would be like to be reincarnated in an animal whose species had been so reduced in numbers than it was in danger of extinction. What would be its feelings toward the human species whose population explosion had denied it somewhere to exist…. I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus.”
In July 1983, Philip chastised aid workers and charities for helping to treat malaria victims in Sri Lanka.
“For example, the World Health Organization Project, designed to eradicate malaria from Sri Lanka in the postwar years, achieved its purpose. But the problem today is that Sri Lanka must feed three times as many mouths, find three times as many jobs, provide three times the housing, energy, schools, hospitals and land for settlement in order to maintain the same standards. Little wonder the natural environment and wildlife in Sri Lanka has suffered. The fact [is] … that the best-intentioned aid programs are at least partially responsible for the problems.”
Many similar quotes can be found here.
Even more disturbing than the Duke’s comments is the fact that the majority of the respondents to the Times article agree with him that humans need to be culled, sterilized, or forced by law to limit their childbearing.
“Between them they share 50% of the world’s population,” writes one referring to India and China, “eliminate them, eliminate the problem.”
Why 50% of the world’s population should be “eliminated,” and how this global holocaust would be carried out is not discussed.
“I agree with the Duke of Edinburgh. Having more than one child is detrimental in light of our limited world resources,” opines another.
“Relentless breeding is incredibly selfish and egotistical. There should be moderation in all things including this,” writes another.
Common sense prevails amongst some readers, but it’s a minority.
“The aging ratio shows, there wont be enough children to support the elderly by 2030. The duke is quite wrong in his judgements. Food prices are going up, not just us having more children. Bad weather is one reason, no crops. In fact statistics show that people are having less children,” writes one.
Prince Philip’s real intentions are typical of those who use the veil of environmentalism and overpopulation hype as a pretext to advance their racist and inhumane rhetoric.
The catch-all solution to overpopulation – allowing third world countries to industrialize thus naturally bringing down birth rates as has happened in the developed world – is never mentioned by the alarmists who use fearmongering and contrived debates to push an underlying eugenics agenda.