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    WWF – crimes against humanity and killing wildlife

    The following long article from the Lyndon LaRouche organisation is supposedly about the British Crown controlled World Wildlife Fund (WWF) orchestrating the Rwanda genocide.
    There is information here on the WWF that is much broader than (only) the 1994 Rwanda genocide including its policies of eugenics and geopolitics.

    Prince Bernhard had to resign as chairman of the WWF, and was replaced by Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, Prince Philip, who was replaced as WWF-UK head by Princess Alexandra, first cousin to Elizabeth.
    See Prince Bernhard with one of his “trophies”.

    The World Wildlife Fund since it was founded has actively orchestrated genocide against the population of sub-Saharan Africa.
    WWF and UN parks serve 2 main purposes (this doesn’t include protecting nature or endangered species):
    Taking land out of circulation for economic productive purposes.
    Staging grounds for insurgencies.

    In January 1961, Prince Philip accompanied his wife Queen Elizabeth II on a royal tour of India. According to the WWF's Ian MacPhail, Philip shot and killed a very rare Indian rhinoceros,.
    Among the attractions for the royal party was a tiger hunt. Philip and his troop shot several Indian tigers that day.

    In 1964, some 108 rhinos had been individually identified. Because of the WWF program was to "save" them by 1981 there were only 20 left. Not one poacher had been caught by the anti-poaching teams in years.
    In 1981, an eyewitness wrote to the offices of the African Wildlife Leadership Federation in Nairobi, on WWF-financed game guards, shot dead 2 rhinos and wounded another "in broad daylight", so there isn’t much of a mystery, who the real “poachers” were.

    Under the guise of protecting endangered species, WWF park rangers carry out assassinations and other attacks against so-called “poachers”, who in many cases were local patriotic political leaders or farmers who refuse to abandon their land to the WWF's land confiscation.

    During the late 1960s and 1970s, the Soviet KGB trained several "liberation movements" of southern Africa in national parks in Uganda and Zaire, including the Zimbabwe People's Union (ZAPU), South African National Congress (ANC).

    Funded with 1 million Swiss francs and coordinated with Operation Lock, Operation Stronghold was supposedly to save the 700 black rhinos left in the Zambezi Valley.
    On 10 November 1988, Chief Game Ranger Glen Tatham and 2 assistants were brought before a court in Zimbabwe and charged with murder of 70 “poachers” since early 1987. A law was rushed through parliament, which gave game guards immunity from civil and criminal prosecution for killings or woundings carried out in the course of their duties.
    From 1984 to 1991, some 145 "poachers" were killed. Of the 84 killed in the Zambezi Valley, most were shot from helicopters paid for and manned by WWF and manned by WWF contractors. Of the 228 people killed or taken prisoner, only 107 guns were recovered.

    Operation Lock was also a supposed attempt to save the endangered rhino by sending an elite squad of British Special Air Services (SAS) operatives into southern Africa to “neutralise” the illegal wildlife smuggling cartels. The SAS team was led by Col. David Stirling, the legendary founder of Britain's SAS regiments during World War I, and organised into a company named KAS Enterprises Ltd.
    Prince Bernhard financed Operation Lock with £500,000 he received from selling paintings he had been gifted. One Lock participant wrote that among Lock's financial backers was the Queen Mother. Another Lock financer was Laurens van der Post, the tutor to Prince Charles and at the time Margaret Thatcher's chief adviser on Africa policy.
    Apparently KAS Enterprises started dealing in rhino horn and ivory, besides the rising death tolls of "poachers"!

    In 1986, former Rhodesian bush fighter Clem Coetzee of Zimbabwe was awarded the WWF Conservation Award by Director General de Haes for overseeing a campaign in which 44,000 elephants were killed. According to the WWF, this was necessary "to protect the environment" of Zimbabwe's "overcrowded" national parks.
    In 1989, the WWF rang the alarm bells in the "Year of the Elephant" to save the elephants of Uganda, for which it set up a camp near the Mountains on the Moon on the Rwandan border, despite the fact that there were virtually no elephants here. It was from this area that the RPF invaded Rwanda a couple of years later.

    On 12 December 1981, Prince Philip explained:
    Human population growth is probably the single most serious long-term threat to survival. We're in for a major disaster if it isn't curbed - not just for the natural world, but | for the human world. The more people there are, the more resources they'll consume, the more pollution they'll create, the more fighting they will do. We have no option. If it isn't controlled voluntarily, it will be controlled involuntarily by an increase in disease, starvation and war.
    The Rwandan genocide was ignited by trained soldiers from Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's army. These RPF soldiers were trained in camps set up under the guise of WWF gorilla-protection programmes. As the British Overseas Development Agency Minister Lady Lynda Chalker "controls" Museveni, the troops were little more than proxies for the British.
    Since 1990, the WWF has managed 1) Gorilla Park in Uganda on the Rwanda-Zaire border; 2) the adjacent Volcans Park on the Rwandan side of the border; 3) Zaire's Virunga Park; and 4) the Akagera Park in Rwanda on the Kenya-Uganda border. These 4 parks served as training bases, staging areas, and arms depots for the invading “rebels”

    The leaders of the RPF came from the top echelons of the Ugandan Army: Paul Kagame who became defence minister of Rwanda was head of intelligence and counterintelligence in the Ugandan Army; the RPF's David Tinyefuza was Ugandan minister of state for defence; the RPF's Chris Bunyenyezi was the commanding officer of the NRA's 306th Brigade (notorious for the atrocities committed against Uganda's Teso).
    On 1 October 1990, the RPF first invades Rwanda through Akagera Park.

    In 1991, the RPF invades again from Virunga Park, causing a massive over 200,000 refugees.
    RPF then pulls back to the Virunga Park, and continues artillery barrages onto the Rwandan plain.

    By late 1992, Ugandan President Museveni was prepared to give logistical and political support to insurgencies aimed to overthrow the governments of Rwanda, Kenya, and Sudan.
    Attending the meeting, besides Museveni, were Col. John Garang of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, commanders of the RPF, and representatives of the Kenya Democratic Party opposition to Kenyan President Daniel arap Mo:

    These Royals are such great preservers of nature!
    On Friday, 13 April 2012, (then) King Juan Carlos of Spain ended up in hospital after taking a fall while hunting elephants in Botswana. After the uproar Juan Carlos was forced to resign as president of Spain's chapter of the WWF.
    Earlier Juan Carlos had been pictured standing proudly in front of a killed elephant, on another safari.
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    Good for you for digging into this! When I first heard about this, it was next to impossible to find info on it. There may be more out there if you Google certain key parts of the text you found.

    So many suckers sending their money to these fake charities that doing the exact opposite of what the donors would want.
    You've got Sharia patrols in the USA..?

    No, not in America, only in the big cities. there are no americans there, only democrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    So many suckers sending their money to these fake charities that doing the exact opposite of what the donors would want.
    When I was about 10 years old, I found the environment catastrophe stories very convincing and troubling.
    Now I’ve grown cynical and think that philanthropic organisations like the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) actually have a motive for first destroying wildlife and then come in as the saviour for the same wildlife that they conspired to eliminate...

    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    Good for you for digging into this! When I first heard about this, it was next to impossible to find info on it. There may be more out there if you Google certain key parts of the text you found.
    There is a lot more information, but it’s very difficult to find. When you search the internet for the scandals, you get mostly WWF-propaganda stories that the WWF is really doing everything to stop the killing of wildlife...

    I started this thread after stumbling on the following May 2019 video from the Dutch state media. Knowing the level of censorship in the Netherlands it is surprisingly good.

    The World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) battle for nature conservation in India includes:
    Birth control programs like sterilisation of men and women.

    The fight against “poachers” includes wrongly accused inhabitants that are tortured and sometimes even killed.
    Guards from Kaziranga National Park admit that they are allowed to shoot “unwanted people”.

    A complete village was evicted to make room for the wildlife.

    Also a Dutch “expert” is interviewed, who thinks it’s strange that when in a Dutch nature reserve there are too many wild animals they are killed, but in India the people have to move to make way for wildlife.

    Some sections are in Dutch or Indian, all English subtitled (39:52).
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    Here’s more information mostly on the destruction of the habitat of the orang-utan in Indonesia with the assistance of the WWF.

    Most people probably don’t even know that much of the packed food we eat includes palm oil.
    In 2013, the WWF reported the following:
    Much of Riau’s forests have been cleared to develop palm oil plantations and meet worldwide demand for pulp and paper. Analysis by WWF experts found that two of the world’s largest palm oil companies—Asian Agri and Wilmar—purchased palm oil fruit that was illegally grown within the boundaries of the Tesso Nilo Forest Complex, an area that includes Tesso Nilo National Park and surrounding forest concessions where it is illegal to plant palm oil.

    Stopping illegal action
    WWF reports at least 50 palm oil mills, with a processing capacity of 14.5 million tons of palm oil fruit, surround the Tesso Nilo Forest Complex. While this situation makes it impossible for both Asian Agri and Wilmar to avoid accepting illegal fruit with absolute certainty, our study suggests it is likely both companies were directly involved in the development of illegal plantations inside Tesso Nilo.

    For the production of palm oil, rain forest is destroyed at a rapid pace in Indonesia, which has made the orang-utan into an endangered specie (is it really?)...

    In 2015, so many forests were set on fire that Indonesia became the world’s biggest climate polluter.
    Member of the Palangka Raya city parliament Umi Mastika commented:
    Companies keep burning the forest every year but it's time for the government not to search for who did or didn't do it, but it's time for the government to take care of the health of the cities' children and the general economy.
    Compared to previous governments, the current government of Joko Widodo is not acting as quickly as the previous central governments.
    In other words... Widodo lets the forest burn!

    Both the Wilmar Group and the company Sinar Mas have interests in destroying these rainforests: https://www.institut-fuer-sozialstra...-Orangutan.pdf

    In September 2013, Indonesian local NGOs reported that the Bumitama subsidiary PT Andalan Sukses Makmur (PT ASMR) was destroying the forest in the Tanjung Puting National Park and bu"er areas. The company intends to establish a palm oil plantation within the national park.
    After this a formal complaint was filed with the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)

    Tanjung Puting and adjacent forest bu"ers are important areas for the orang-utan.
    Andalan Sukses Makmur was given an exploration permit based on a misleading Environmental Impact Statement.

    Since April 2012, Bumitama Agri Ltd is listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange; its IPO book runners were HSBC and DBS Bank.
    A group of “cornerstone investors” in the IPO included: Wilmar International subsidiary Wii Pte Ltd, UOB Asset Management;
    Value Partners Hong Kong;
    Malaysia based Hwang Investment Management;
    Singapore based Target Asset Management.

    Bumitama’s top shareholders are Fortune Holdings Pte Ltd (52.63%), which is controlled by Bumitami Agri’s founders, the billionaire Lim family, and IOI Corp Bhd (31.19%).

    In October 2013, Bumitama had $455 million in outstanding loans.
    Financial institutions providing these loans include HSBC and DBS (as lead banks);
    Japanese based Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp;
    Singapore based OCBC and UOB;
    Indonesia based Bank Ekonomi (majority owned by HSBC), Bank Permata (jointly owned by PT Astra International and Standard Chartered Bank) and Bank Mandiri (60% owned by the Indonesian government);
    Netherlands based Rabobank International;
    Malaysian state owned CIMB Bank:

    Bumitama Agri was founded by mining business conglomerate the Harita Group, controlled by the Indonesian billionaire Lim Hariyanto Wijaya Sarwono.
    Bumitama Agri owns and/or controls approximately 200,000 hectares of plantation land in Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan and Riau, Sumatra.

    In the financial year 2012, Bumitama Agri generated revenues of € 277 million and a net profit of $71 million).
    At the end of 2012, Bumitama owned a total in assets of € 714 million).

    In 2011, Wilmar International bought 56.8% of Bumitama’s total Crude Palm Oil (CPO) and Palm Kernel Oil (PKO) production.

    Major financiers of Bumitama Agri and/or Wilmar International include:
    Vanguard Group
    J.P. Morgan Chase
    Fidelity Investments
    State Street Corporation
    Capital Group of Companies

    From the Netherlands (historically Indonesia was (is?) a Dutch colony): ING Group; Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn; ABP; Aegon; ABN Amro Bank; Rabobank:

    Now for the WWF link...
    The WWF has established the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), to give these companies a platform to collaborate in the destruction of rain forest, labelled “sustainable palm oil”.

    Members of the RSPO include:
    Wilmar International
    Bumitama Agri

    Deutsche Bank
    Bank Permata
    Bank Mandiri

    ING Bank
    ABN Amro Bank:
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    The palm oil demand has been rising very fast since the 1980s.

    To add injury to insult, palm oil has also been promoted as green “renewable energy”, which of course will cause even more rainforests to be destroyed.
    While the European Union has threatened to phase out palm oil as biofuel by 2030, cynically continuing to subsidise this until then, the Brexitted UK seems set to buy palm oil biofuel at discount prices...

    According to the following palm oil energy is even more damaging in terms of CO2 emissions than those “terrible” fossil fuels...
    The use of palm oil for biodiesel increased five-fold following the introduction of the target to source 10% of transport fuels from renewable sources by 2020. Scientific evidence shows that burning biofuels, including palm oil, can actually release more greenhouse gases than burning fossil fuels.

    Major consumer brands like Nestlé, Unilever, Mondelēz International, General Mills, Kellogg’s, Mars, and the Hershey Company have been buying palm oil from an illegal plantation inside the protected Rawa Singkil Wildlife Reserve in Indonesia’s Aceh province.
    Rawa Singkil holds the highest density of critically endangered orang-utans in the world...

    This “illegal” palm fruit is sold by brokers to processing mills just outside the protected reserve.
    The palm oil is then sold to global traders, the Singapore-listed Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) and Indonesia’s Musim Mas Group. These companies then sell the (illegally produced) palm oil, directly or indirectly, to the household consumer brands mentioned above.

    Major banks, including Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, ABN Amro Bank from the Netherlands and Singapore’s OCBC, continue to finance the GAR:

    Not only palm oil plantations in Indonesia threaten the habitat of endangered orang-utans.
    The Batang Toru hydropower project in North Sumatra, threatens the only habitat of the critically endangered Tapanuli orang-utan (of which there are only 800 left in the world).

    India plans 175 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity by 2022. This will require some 12.5 million hectares of land (an area the size of Austria). This could threaten more than 10,000 square kilometres of forest and 2,500 sq km of important bird habitats by building wind farms.
    India’s Rajasthan desert region will be a major area for wind and solar power expansion. It is right here where the last viable population of one of the world’s most threatened birds, the Great Indian Bustard, is surviving:
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