World Wildlife Fund

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AbbreviationWWF
MottoBuilding a future in which people and nature thrive.
Founder• Prince Bernhard
• Prince Philip
• Julian Huxley
• Max Nicholson
• Peter Scott
• Guy Mountfort
• Godfrey A. Rockefeller
HeadquartersAvenue du Mont-Blanc, Gland, Vaud, Switzerland
TypeCharitable trust
Slogan"For a Living Planet"
Sponsored byRockefeller Brothers Fund

The World Wide Fund for Nature (formerly the World Wildlife Fund) is an international charity.

Corruption

"In the new millennium," Global Research reports, "the WWF has strayed from its roots. It has been watered down and infiltrated by the nature-destroying ideas of the biotech industry. The WWF is not what they once were. In the recently published book, PandaLeaks: The Dark Side of the WWF, German author Wilfried Huismann exposes everything, from the charity’s outrageously high salaries to its recent partnership with agrochemical giant Monsanto."[1]

Fake News

In August 2020, Off-Guardian wrote:

The CCDH numerous partners in their “Stop Funding Fake News” drive include the global NGO the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The WWF is a project of the British Crown and has gathered support from many of the worlds biggest, so called, NGO’s, global financial institutions and governments alike.

Formed in 1961 by the eugenicists Julian Huxley and Max Nicholson (among others), it has relentlessly pursued its goal of depopulation and undemocratic global governance. All done using the ruse of environmental concern as a ploy to cover its appalling objectives.

Among its other founding members were Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, who established the Bilderberg Group and took bribes in the Lockheed Martin arms scandal, and his close friend Prince Philip (the husband of Queen Elizabeth II) who in 1988 said that if he were reincarnated he would like to be a deadly virus to do something about overpopulation.

True to form, in its 2008 document "Healthy People, Healthy Ecosystems: A Manual on Integrating Health and Family Planning into Conservation Projects" the WWF advocated mass sterilisation of human beings. This research was produced with the help of Johnson & Johnson who were recently fined for putting asbestos in talcum powder. On Page 39 the WWF happily inform the reader:

"…Projects also facilitate access to long-term methods [of sterilisation] such as IUDs (intrauterine devices) and permanent methods (vasectomy and tubal ligation), including organising medical missions to travel to remote populations to deliver these services…….These efforts require particular care in ensuring that clients are fully informed and that all participation and choice is voluntary.”

The WWF, who think a healthy human being is an infertile one, is essentially a front organisation and fund raiser for the International Union for Conservation of Nature which brings together globalist institutions like the World Bank, the European Commission, the United Nations and the US State Department.

The UK, and US governments, with the European Union, are also among the “partners” of the WWF. This gives us an insight into just how “independent” the CCDH are. It is also a glimpse at who it is that is collaborating with the social media and tech giants to establish the global censorship grid.

Despite its small size, it is clear that the CCDH pack a considerable punch. They do so because, via their labyrinthine connections, they have the backing of institutions like the World Bank, the European Union, intelligence agencies, major political parties, multinational corporations and governments from around the world. Some British Royal support never goes amiss either, and with the backing of groups like the WWF, is entirely as expected.[2]

 

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