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October 17, 2013
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American-Based Syrian Professor Munir Akash: U.S. Involved in Sterilization Campaign in Third World

In a recent TV interview, Munir Akash, a Syrian-born professor teaching at Suffolk University, Boston, said that the U.S. was involved in sterilization plans throughout the Third World. According to Akash, Kissinger had planned to sterilize the women of 13 countries, including Egypt and Turkey, and further plans were being devised by the Obama administration today. Akash, speaking on the Lebanese ANB TV channel, said that plans included "planting a chip under the skin of men and women, in order to control their fertility."


Following are excerpts from the interview, which aired on October 17, 2013:


Munir Akash: In 1974, Henry Kissinger proposed a plan to President Ford... It was in the days of the Cold War, and they were fixated on the annihilation of Communism. They said: We can't annihilate Communism, but we can annihilate the Communists. How? The more people there are in the world, the more Communists there are. So let us tackle the roots of the problem – if we kill the poor, there will be no Communists. This was the logic behind Kissinger's plan of sterilizing the women of 13 countries in the world, including Egypt and Turkey.


Interviewer: This is a very important piece of information. Let's concentrate. Was it really stated in Kissinger's document that it could only be classified by the White House?


Munir Akash: Too bad you don't show the picture. It appears on the first page.


Interviewer: Thirteen World Countries, including Egypt... I saw that you wrote in your notes: "I hope that patriotic people in Egypt will start an investigation into the agreements signed by the [Mubarak] regime with USAID, with regard to this agency's sterilization policies, under the guise of glossy slogans, such as 'family planning'." Please explain this sterilization to our viewers. They sterilize a woman so she cannot give birth?


Munir Akash: Not just the women. Men too.


Interviewer: Even the men.


Munir Akash: Yes. Even worse is what Obama's scientific advisor is planning. This scientific advisor – I think his name is Holdren or Herendren – wrote a 1,017-page book on this subject. He wrote it when he was advisor to Carter... Sorry, Clinton. He is currently the top scientific advisor. They even call him the Czar of Science. He holds the top three scientific positions in the U.S. This man has a plan to sterilize not just the women of 13 countries, but the women of the entire world. You feel as if you are in a Hollywood science fiction film. For example, he wants to plant a chip under the skin of men and women, in order to control their fertility.


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What happened in Latin America was even worse [than the sterilization of the Indians]. Entire villages were erased. When one generation dies, there is no future generation.


Interviewer: Because there are no children.


Munir Akash: Now they have a plan in Rwanda – as if the civil war there wasn't enough. The health minister of Rwanda admitted this. They have a plan to sterilize 700,000 men and women, including university students and school children.


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In a recent TV interview, Munir Akash, a Syrian-born professor teaching at Suffolk University, Boston, said that the U.S. was involved in sterilization plans throughout the Third World. According to Akash, Kissinger had planned to sterilize the women of 13 countries, including Egypt and Turkey, and further plans were being devised by the Obama administration today. Akash, speaking on the Lebanese ANB TV channel, said that plans included "planting a chip under the skin of men and women, in order to control their fertility."