by Susanne Posel
February 6, 2013

from OccupyCorporatism Website






Ecovillages (EV) are being sold by eco-fascists as,

“an urban or rural community of people who strive to integrate a supportive social environment with a low-impact way of life.”

The benefits are preservation of biodiversity, low-impact to the environment and a divergence from modern cities that facilitate depression, social divide, poverty and scarcity.


The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that supports,

“ecovillages, transition town initiatives, intentional communities, and ecologically-minded individuals worldwide.” GEN focuses on promoting “the evolution of sustainable settlements across the world.”

Through propaganda fed through,

“communities, businesses, media, educational institutions, governments, foundations, writers, researchers, educators, students, and citizen activists”,

...GEN is able to network individuals, organizations and governments to implement sustainable living.


Robert C. Gilman began researching EV in the 1970s and founded GEN. Gilman’s concerns were how humanity could integrate into the natural world indefinitely to preserve the planet.


In June of this year, GEN will host the “Communal Pathways to Sustainable Living: Past, Present and Future” conference of the International Communal Studies Association (ICSA).


The conference will bridge academic research, communal scholars and activists together to discuss how to coerce populations across the globe to willingly choose,

“ecovillages, cohousing, communes, kibbutzim, sectarian communities and housing cooperatives.”

The Findhorn Foundation (FF) will be spot-lighted at the conference as the standard achieved by near future generations. FF combines new-age spirituality, holistic education and eco-fascist ideology to become the perfect experiment in “conscious living”.








The EV movement is defined as a “global phenomenon responding to global causes.” This way of living is viewed as “how we must all live eventually.”


The initiative focuses on 50-400 people existing sustainably where there is no separation from work and home, fear and stress are eliminated, and the Western lifestyle of consumption is perceived as social injustice with regard to globalism.


Current global economic models are viewed as the root cause of anti-environmentalism. Economists perceive the green revolution as an economic miracle that can transform flawed economic ideals.


To feed the masses, vertical farms promise to spare the environment from the nutrient depleting practice of agriculture, while providing the ability to cultivate animal and/or plant life on vertically lined surfaces - such as skyscrapers.


According to Gilbert Elis Bailey, the farmer would do better to “double the depth of his fertile land” by redefining agricultural practices.


Architect Ken Yang has conceptualized the use of skyscrapers for climate control to produce mass plant life in an open-air “communal planting space”. This idea engages the community to plant the food that the community will later consume.


By building “upwards” the number of living spaces and commerce centers can greatly expand for the benefit of the community.








Humans are now being compared to invasive species that commandeer territory, disburse indigenous wildlife and destroy the planet in the process.


Sir David Attenborough recently stated in an interview that humans “are a plague on the Earth.” Attenborough asserted the human over-population has destroyed the natural world, caused climate change and food shortages.


As a supporter of Population Matters (PM), Attenborough explains:

“We keep putting on programs about famine in Ethiopia; that’s what’s happening. Too many people there. They can’t support themselves - and it’s not an inhuman thing to say. It’s the case.


Until humanity manages to sort itself out and get a coordinated view about the planet it’s going to get worse and worse.”

PM extorts that having a sustainable “global population size” is the first step to “a good standard of living for all and environmental sustainability” where family planning and limiting access to in-vitro fertilization will result in a world with less children.


Similarly, the Population Institute (PI) is an international non-profit that promotes “universal access to family planning information, education, and services” which can assist in achieving their goal of “a world population in balance with a healthy global environment” and resource based economy.


PI receives financial support from foundation, corporations and individuals to use depopulation propaganda to coerce governments, elected officials, administrators, the media and the general public to support activism against humanity.


Family planning efforts in the US have manifested in propaganda studies produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics which suggests using Depo-Provera to stop young boys from reaching early puberty.


Marcia Herman-Giddens, lead author and adjunct professor of maternal and child health for the University of North Carolina School of Global Public Health, says that “this should have an impact on the public health community.”


Per the research, Herman-Giddens claims that environment is causing these fast changes in young male’s development.

“Genetics take maybe hundreds, thousands of years. You have to look at something in the environment. That would include everything from (a lack of) exercise to junk food to TV to chemicals.”

Central Precocious Puberty (CPP) is a new medical condition that coincides with studies like the one published by Herman-Giddens.


CPP is defined as,

“a condition where puberty starts too soon in children - usually in girls under 8 years old and boys under 9 years old.”

When the brain of a child releases hormones from the adrenal glands or pituitary gland too early, premature onset of pubescent emergence is manifest which affects the central nervous system, as well as the developing brain.


The goal of pharmaceutical treatments are to,

“stop puberty from progressing.”

One medication used in the medical community to “combat” this occurrence is Depo-Provera, which is a pharmaceutical form of sterilization for women.


This drug is a favorite of Melinda Gates of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation because it enables women to,

“receive a shot behind [their] husband’s back.”

The injectable Depo-Provera is being sold to under-developed nations and being administered by healthcare workers and nonmedical providers, or by the women themselves. Policy and training systems are underway to ensure these drugs are utilized in areas like the sub-Saharan Africa.


By using these areas as testing grounds for new fertility drugs, as well as forcible sterilization schemes, the BMGF are focusing on preventative situations over dealing with abortable pregnancies which become complicated.