A Better Solution to the Immigrant Question

Looks like the Rockefeller Institute has another winner on their hands.

By Jim Knipfel

Earlier this week, the World Health Organization warned the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which has resulted in an unprecedented number of encephalitic births in Brazil and 21 other South American countries, will likely spread north into the US in the months to come. The crisis has grown so bad government officials in Brazil have started urging women of child-bearing age to just stop getting pregnant. They’ve even gone so far as to deploy 200,000 military troops to try and control the spread of the disease. Howe house-to-house searches will aid in the fight, exactly, remains a little fuzzy, but there you go.

Okay, every year we’re presented with some dread new disease that threatens to turn pandemic and wipe us all out, be it (in recent years) West Nile Virus, assorted permutations of bird flu, some new and powerful strain of the regular old flu for which there is no ready vaccine, or Ebola. The reasons behind the shrill annual fear-mongering campaigns are not always clear, except as a way of keeping us all jittery and in line whenever there’s a lull in terrorist activity. But there’s something else going on with this Zika virus business.

The use of viruses (human engineered and otherwise) as a means of population control and simple genocide has a long and storied history, from the distribution of smallpox-infected blankets to the Rockefeller Institute’s release of yellow fever in Africa, to the emergence of West Nile Virus from the government’s research labs on Plumb Island, to the rumors AIDS was engineered by researchers at Litton as a means of wiping out gays and blacks.

Sometimes the disease itself is the genocidal agent, and sometimes merely an excuse, say, as in the case of West Nile, to dump tons of highly toxic pesticides over densely populated and usually poor metropolitan neighborhoods. It seemed awfully suspicious that while West Nile itself resulted in a comparatively microscopic number of fatalities, the man brought in to lead the fight against the spread of the disease had a previous career as a researcher with the U.S. Army’s bio-warfare division.

Most of those early efforts to rid the world of one group of worthless eaters or another (and there’ve been hundreds of them) were usually undertaken with at least some modicum of secrecy, subtlety and multiple levels of plausible deniability. But times change, and such things are no longer necessary. Subtlety is a complete waste of time. As the debate over the number of illegal immigrants crossing the U.S.’s southern border rages on, everyone pretty well knows all that talk about building a Great Wall is simple foolishness. No, you want to put an end to illegal immigration, what you need to do is get rid of illegal immigrants themselves before they become immigrants. And what better way to do that then to simply get rid of the next generation wholesale, providing would-be parents with a very good reason, whether they’re Catholic or not, to simply stop having children, coupled with the threat that if they do, the kid’ll be born without a brain. And should any of them get it in their pointy little heads to cross the border first and squeeze out a bunch of kids up here where it’s safe, you better get the story out there the same thing will happen up here, too. To drive the point home, use it as an excuse to break out the military in force to keep them in line.

Sounds like a plan to me—get the boys from Rockefeller on the horn, pronto!

The really beautiful thing about the plan is, you come right out and tell the American public this is exactly what’s happening, that some bioengineered virus has been created to put the brakes on all those compulsive breeders south of the border, they’d probably start lining up to sponsor a mosquito of their own.

Published January 28th, 2016


Jim Knipfel is the author of Slackjaw, The Blow-Off, These Children Who Come at You With Knives, and several other books.