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About the Meeting​

There was a meeting of paediatricians and students which took place on the 20th March 1969 at the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society, which was located on Ridge Avenue in Pittsburgh.
One of the speakers was Dr Richard Day, an eminent professor and physician, and Medical Director of the organisation ‘Planned Parenthood’.

‘Planned Parenthood’ was established in 1921 (then under the name of the ‘American Birth Control League’) in the United States by Margaret Sanger, a proponent of birth control, and a member of the American Eugenics Society, which lobbied for women’s rights to have access to birth control methods and education. The organisation grew, and established clinics all over the USA (and has expanded into the world market), and is now the USA’s leading sexual and reproductive healthcare provider – and is the leading provider of abortion services. ‘Planned Parenthood’ has been the subject of intense criticism since its establishment, from anti-abortion organisations and campaigners, to those who have criticized that way the organisation is funded, both by the government, the Rockefeller Foundation (a family known to be part of the globalist elite, and has funded ‘Planned Parenthood’ since its inception in 1921), and private donors.

Clarification: The discussion took place at a dinner with some of Dr Day’s colleagues – which included Dr Dunegan – after the main event.
At the meeting on the 20th March 1969, Dr Day asked the attendees not to take notes or record what he was about to tell them. Something which Dr Dunegan said he found unusual for a professor to ask of his audience. The reason Dr Day implied was that there would be negative repercussions – possibly personal danger – against him if it became widely known that he had talked about the information he was about to relay to the group. Dr Day told the group that what he was about to say would make it easier for them to adapt if they knew what to expect beforehand, something of an ambiguous statement which became clearer as Dr Day spoke.

Dr Dunegan got the impression that Dr Day was talking as an ‘insider’, rather than as a person who was presenting a theory or speaking in terms of retrospect. Dr Day’s knowledge was concrete as he talked about the future and the strategies of people and organisations that had a defined plan for the world, and were in a position to make sure that plan was executed.

In introducing that there were those who had a plan for the world, Dr Day also informed his audience that there was a timescale, and that much of what they wanted would be achieved through plans that were already set in motion. Dr Dunegan recalls Dr Day saying “We plan to enter the twenty-first century with a running start. Everything is in place and nobody can stop us now…”, and that he felt relatively free to talk about this to those he considered friends. Dr Day referred to the plans of those in power as being ‘much bigger than communism’.

When talking about the people who had the power to devise and implement such plans, Dr Day stated that they were not primarily in public office, but were people of prominence who would be known to the public through their occupations or private positions. This ties-in with what we know about the globalist elite today, primarily consisting of families involved in operating large-scale financial institutions (the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and others), European royalty (Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Queen Elizabeth II, and others), and other extremely wealthy individuals that make up the 300 or so members.

Two other statements Dr Day made during his introduction were “People will have to get used to the idea of change, so used to change, that they’ll be expecting change. Nothing will be permanent,” and “People are too trusting. People don’t ask the right questions.”

That's the summarization. Here's Richard's day recorded speech.
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Tape 4 seems to be the least-referenced one, so I'l archive its transcript here first:
Dr Stan (S):
well this is dr. Stan here at Radio

Liberty coming differen the hills

overlooking beautiful and picturesque

Monterey Bay and bringing you the story

behind the story the news behind the

news hoping to convince you that reality

is usually scoffed at and allusion is

usually king but in the battle for

survival of Western civilization it's

going to be reality and not illusion or

delusion that's going to determine just

what the future will bring now I want to

introduce to you dr. Lawrence Dunnigan
and dr. Dunnigan is a pediatrician he


practice in Pittsburgh practices in the

eastern part of the United States and

he's been practicing in for 30 years but

some 28 years ago he heard a fascinating

lecture given by a dr. day who had been

a professor at the Medical School he had

attended and this talk was given to a

group of young doctors and with the

proviso that nobody would take notes and

nobody would record what was said dr.

day then went on to become a director of

the Planned Parenthood Federation so now

right now let's introduce dr. denigan

dr. Dunnigan so good for you to be where

they start to have you with us today

Dr Dunnigan (D):
my pleasure

S:
all right fine well why

don't you just give our listeners the

background of this incredible incredible

story you heard 28 years ago which is so

prophetic as far as what's unfolding

today and let me just for the listener a

comment that one of the things that was

said 28 years ago was we would have sex

without reproduction and reproduction

without sex and as we begin thinking

about the artificial insemination and

now the new cloning process you realize

that what was said 28 years ago to a

young pediatrician is all coming to pass

today a part of a long-range plan of a

group of men who do have an agenda so

why don't you pick up the story from

there

D:
well when we sat down to listen to

the lecture we were all expecting

something clinical

dr. dey his areas of primary research

concern had always been newborn

premature birth and the problems with

kernicterus

coming from neonatal jaundice and

temperature control in premature babies

so what we were all expecting something

scientific and as the presentation

unfold it was quite a surprise because

there was nothing scientific it was all

of what we might call sociologic and as

you alluded a while ago dr. day and

indicated that he wanted to see nobody

taking notes or using a tape recorder

because the things he was going to talk

about actually he said in the process if

you ever quote me on these things I will

deny them he seemed to be indicating

that there could be some sort of

physical danger to him for speaking out

about such things that was for ace

suggests that I think rather than an

explicit statement but you know we hear

that sort of thing very early enough

what you're anticipating to be a

scientific presentation that really

caught my attention you know what are

you going to be telling us that could

put you in some danger one way or

another so anyway as the presentation

unfolded he began by stating that

anybody with an eighth grade education

could do the arithmetic and determine

that the earth would soon be

overpopulated if there were no limits

put on human reproduction and part pulse

of the overpopulation then would be

outgrowing our natural resources and

over pollution of the planet

these people always refer to the world

or the earth is the planet so in the

beginning it seemed as though

presentation was almost an apology for

things that we would in the audience

find unpalatable but there were several

times in presentation where he would say

this is the only way there's no other

way this is sort of implying that he

knew these things would maybe not sound

acceptable to many if not all in the

audience so the thing that he really

this whole thing hung on was population

control and up until that time I had

heard most of us had heard that term

population control to me it primarily

meant limiting births by the end of the

presentation I realized that population

control has a much much broader meaning

than just limiting number of births and

even who or who may not be allowed to

give birth because the presentation

covered just every human endeavor

education employment industry

entertainment sports toys for children

clothing a whole bunch of things that

maybe we can get into as week one hears

as time allows but mentioning as you did

six without reproduction and

reproduction without sex that was they

an important part of this also money in

banking which was toward the end of his

presentation the cashless society moved

from cash to credit cards to a single

credit card to a single identifying

court

and only had to end because cards can be

lost or stolen some sort of implant

under the skin in those days silicone

implants were under the very first

stages of development silicone is inert

so the body tends to tolerate it fairly

well in this implant them would serve as

identification and be an element in

carrying on Commerce which as I say

would replace cash replace Chuck's from

a checking account replace plastic

credit cards which back at that time

we're starting to really accelerate in

use so that all of these items that

serve your financial banking needs also

would serve for identification and this

could be implanted laughing because at

the time he said some of you hearing

this will right away think there is a

religious connotation here and at that

time I had no idea what he's referring

to I was not much of a Bible scholar and

then it was only later that I read the

book of the apocalypse about the the

market based on the hand to the forehead

and I made a connection then I realized

why he said what he says did he tell you

what the relationship was to banking and

international finance or was this just a

casual remark about the fact that we

would progress to a situation or society

where everybody would be marked and

identified yeah he went the presentation

was that

the changes that he was projecting from

then 1969 the target date to have them

all in place was the turn of the century

the 2000 right uh you ever take a few

years according to how well it would

progress but there was where they were

shooting and this was the worldwide not

just the United States or not just

United States Europe and you know

so-called Western civilization but this

was to be global the entire world now

did he tell you who was going to be

doing it or was it just it's going to

happen and and there's some group behind

this it's going to happen there he never

used a proper noun he used only one

proper noun in the entire presentation

yeah and that it was the Rockefeller

Institute

S:
now what was the tie of the

Rockefeller Institute into this now did

he say?

D @9:39 :
that had to do with the research

and the treatment of cancer and there

was something about they had treatments

for cancer but they didn't want to

release them because we had to have

people dying off what was that yes

that's just about what it was that many

or most cancers now could be cured now

this is back in 1969 many are most

cancer is now or curable but the

information has been held in Rockefeller

Institute files because imagine what

would happen if people stopped dying of

cancer and of course that's exactly what

Thomas Malthus wrote about back in 1800

you know we had to have people dying so

we could have new people born

S:
mm-hmm

fascinating okay well just I pardon me

for interrupting you but I just wanted

to bring that fact out so this is 28

years ago you're hearing the predictions

of what the future holds for the world

so why don't you pick it up from there

D:
well

I'm just trying to recall where he

started there was this general overview

about controlling earth who may or may

not be allowed to have birth implying

that certain people would be not allowed

to have children most people would be

allowed to exceptional people might be

allowed three but never more than that

the replacement statistic that is why

they quoted as 2.1 births per couple

the 0.1 meaning you know to two would

replace the two parents and then the

point one is because of some untimely

deaths of disease or accident or

whatever so replacement levels felt to

be just a little above two in that

context - he mentioned that something we

feel that we can accelerate and control

evolution and this was in a context of

though controlling who might be allowed

to reproduce in other words if your

genes were acceptable you would be

allowed to bear children but if they

were not you might be forbidden to bear

children that's when the the business

about sex without babies and babies

without sex

got some development in that certain

people who had desirable genetic

characteristics that should be

perpetuated for the good of the world

could be would be encouraged to

reproduce but they need not reproduce in

the in the natural way through sexual

intercourse that this could be all done

in the laboratory

and along those lines is a question

which he anticipated by the way I should

say we there was no opportunity for any

of us in the audience to ask any

questions

but because the sexual instincts are so

strong he said you might think that at

first we would try to de-emphasize sex

but that's nearly impossible to do

because the fuel interests are strong so

the plan is to go the other way to

encourage sexual activity I promote

sexual desire but do it in such a way

that it's directed away from

reproduction and hard parcel that then

was the promotion of contraceptive

devices they would be promoted in such a

way that it would be just instinctive

and natural that when you were thinking

about sex you would automatically

connect it to contraception that sex

without contraception would be sort of a

deliberate mental process but most

sexual activity would be linked to

contraception

S:
now how do you do that

D:
well sex education in the schools
S:
and

was he talking about sex education and

its importance back then in 1969
D:
oh yeah

you know he developed that to some

extent that this would be taught in the

schools kids would be taught to see the

the birth control pill was 69 birth

control pill came in a boat it was

around in the early 60s was in the mid

60s yeah early to middle 60s and so this

was all fairly fairly new stuff and of

course he talked about things that had

been around awhile

condoms and diaphragms but this would be

taught in the schools the use of these I

remember that particularly because as he

was saying this I was recalling some of

my teachers from high school and say oh

I can remember mrs. so-and-so vaq you

know she would never never feel that she

could talk about these things of course

I was thinking of one of my algebra

teachers he he was talking about

something entirely different but you

know there was a connection I made in my

mind that in my high school this never

would have got off the ground

now you're too frantically taking notes

all during this lecture on napkins that

you had and so that nobody would didn't

realize you were taking notes because

you'd been asked not to but you sense

that this was important so you're

recording this for posterity at the time

yes many of the things that he said I

had heard before

other sources primarily one source which

I considered to be unreliable and I had

heard it at length with some repetition

to the point where actually it became

annoying to me and I dismissed it

because it considered the source not

reliable and here it was a few years

later see the first I'd heard it was

from this viewpoint I stand out here

seeing over there that there's a

conspiracy going on it's very broad

based it's very pervasive it's very

subtle nobody knows it and only a few of

us who are able to see this know what's

going on well I I dismissed that well

then here in 1969 I heard from the other

end I'm part of it I know what's going

on I've been told what's going on I've

been privy to certain privileged

information and here it is so you know

hearing all this stuff from a different

perspective I'm not an outsider looking

in I'm an insider

speaking out the window - you believe me

that had quite an impact so that most of

the things he said I had heard before

and then as the talk unfolded and quite

frankly was offensive in many ways to me

it wasn't things that I was hearing for

the first time but rather confirming

some things that I had heard before like

the relocation of industries breaking

down our armed forces shipping our job -

ever see so that unemployment would go

up those were something that I had heard

before and would not believe but of

course one of the things he talked about

was how we were going to encourage

people to buy filling products because

we were intentionally going to produce

shabby cars in America so that people

would buy Japanese of course in 1969

that most people would have thought that

was crazy talk but what did he say along

that line with the idea that this would

then justify the shifting of American

industries to foreign countries yeah

this was to establish the global economy

the idea be we would have one global

worldwide commercial system it wasn't

his term originally but he alluded to

what they call the declaration of

interdependence I think it was

Buckminster for who wrote that it's sort

of a parody or take off on a Jefferson's

Declaration of Independence for our

country and it's been a while since I've

read that but the opening sentences of

the Declaration of interdependence are

an echo of our Declaration of

Independence and the idea is that every

part of the world should be involved in

a single economy with different parts of

the world having emphasis on different

aspects of a global economy and the

United States was to be the information

Center our smokestack industries were to

be sent to other countries then did he

explain how that would come about just

that the the people who make the

decisions the captains of industry and

politicians would get together and

decide will close a steel mill here and

reopen it there what was this about

building an obsolescence to American

cars

so that they'd break down and people would

become disillusioned with our vehicles

and buy Japanese

D:
yes the idea was to

promote specifically the Japanese auto

industry this was a principle that was

applied other ways but they they wanted

to build up the hard industries in Japan

and not eliminate hours but

de-emphasizing so that the way to do

this was if you bought an American built

car and the door-handle kept coming off

as a window cracker fell off or some

piece under the hood that should have

been made of metal was made of plastic

and it would crack and he would become

irritated by that and then your neighbor

who had a Japanese car would say well

I've driven this for so many years and

somebody thousands of miles and oh I did

change the oil in the tire when

S:
did they actually talked about this

D:
well

yeah he said this was in the plans but

this was the long-range plan as of 28

years ago to begin orienting American

stores buying foreign products by

intentionally creating inferior products

in America
I know my wife was saying the

other day that she doesn't hate to buy

anything our clothing made in America is

it just falls apart you know the threads

come out the buttons pop off and you

know and trust you she treated this just

you know accidental shoddy workmanship

S:
but you're suggesting that maybe there

was a

plan at least as far as certain of our

products are to discourage Americans for

buying them to actually buy them

overseas thus transferring America's

wealth industry and production to other

nations as we then lose jobs here in

America right

D:
right I remember this it


particularly because as a matter of fact

I probably was laughing to myself as I

do now when I recall it thinking this we

could never get away with this well I

was a child during World War two and I

remember that we always laughed at

things that were stamped made in Japan

S:
well I remember that too and we were


very proud that american-made goods were

more reliable and more enduring and so

this was a complete about-face that

which was made in Japan now is going to

be a superior product and ours the

inferior product and part of the idea

behind this was a psychological

preparation that the there's sort of a

should we say patriotism you know things

that are made in my hometown are the

best things that are made in my state

are the best things that are made in

America the best cuz we're the best

country in the world and then we're

trying to destroy that belief yes

D:
yes so

that you would say well I might be a

patriotic American but gee I can't

afford to be buying second-rate stuff

when I can save money buying a foreign

import so patriotism would take a

backseat to economy you know to my

personal economy and this then would

break down the kind of loyalty to your

locale or to your nation and foster a

more cosmopolitan citizen of the world

attitude destroy the love of country
S:
ah okay fine I think that's such a

fascinating insight into the mentality

of these people who seem to have such

tremendous power for education over

industry or even over our ways of

reproduction today we're under sorts of

things
did they talk about remember one

thing that you mentioned was how they

were going to encourage sexuality and if

they were going to try to get people's

minds oriented under sexuality did they

talk at all about homosexuality and and

how that would be used?
D:
you know that

would be promoted not just merely

tolerate or permitted but actually to be

promoted the idea being that no child

ever results from a homosexual Union the

business of morality especially a

religious based morality really would

have no part in in this future

S:
which is

the present it's almost a laugh

because it's so ridiculous what is

transpired and either laugh or cry

D:
well

you know between then and now it's been

quite an experience to watch this unfold

right according to the script right the

unfolding nightmares with moral

foundations about once great Christian

society are progressively undermined

consider this if we're going to have

babies without sex and sex without

babies then for a large part we

interchange the section sexist there's

no real difference between men and women

S:
now did he stress that how we were going

to feminized men and masculinize women?

D:
he more stressed masculinizing the

women and he did feminizing the men and

this would start in youth for example

one of the things he mentioned was the

toys that were available for children

would be changed girls would get

footballs and soccer balls and baby

dolls and tea sets in a little domestic

kits like a dustpan and broom

some that would disappear entirely and

other things like that would be very

very greatly de-emphasized
S:
the know was

trying to undermine the maternal or

these rather normal instincts that women

have for being housekeepers to get them

more out into the labor market and
D:
yeah

yes exactly
S:
and certainly if they're out

in the labor market they're not going to

be having children
D:
that's right if moms at home and she's enjoying her first and

second baby she's likely to say well

it's time for third and fourth right and

I can take care of these kids because my

hubby's making reasonable living and we

can support them and of course now you

can't you have to have the woman working

because of the tax system and because of

the actual not in dollar amount but in

purchasing about decrease in the wages

of the average American working Bale yes

yes yeah the term they use is

discretionary spending and your

discretionary spending of course you

lose all discretion because the taxable

are protected and so your you're just

trying to survive

and then if mom has one or two children

that she worries about while she's at

work

that's enough worry for her so she's not

going to say well I'm going to keep my

full-time career and have more children

you know that's just gets too much to to

be concerned about take worrying about

daycare getting somebody to take care of

the children and so what we're really

talking about is an organized plan of

social engineering laid out many many

decades ago that is coming to fruition

really in the

elevating decades

D:
mm-hmm exactly

S:
one other thing you wanted to develop a

little bit and then we could run and

that's the about the promoting of sexual

activity through in 1969 abortion was a

crime and every one of the states and at

that time he said well it won't be long

until abortion not only is no longer a

crime that will be seen as a right and

be tack supported which at that time

sounded incredible by promoting sexual

activity among youngsters and linking it

strongly to contraception planters

realized that more pregnancies were

covered the

idea then was that's okay if there are

more pregnancies that occur we'll have

an abortion back up and people who would

otherwise oppose abortion will change

their mind when they say well this is my

daughter who's pregnant

young and tender age and portion

restrictions might be okay for everybody

else so you were saying how they were

going to change our attitude towards

abortion and how in night Department in

1969 abortion was illegal in every state

S:
so what did they plan how are we going

to change that

D:
well the idea is to

promote early sexual activity among the

kids connecting it strongly with the use

of contraceptives they would be taught

that the two just naturally should go

together

and with the realization that was more

sexual activity there would be more

pregnancies more contraceptive failures

one might say but no need to worry about

cluttering up the planet with unwanted

babies because abortion then would be

available as a backup and with young

girls getting pregnant too early in

their life people who otherwise would

maybe object to abortion when you know

if it was in somebody else's life would

say video but I no longer Jack because

this is my daughter and I don't want her

to have to carry this pregnancy to term

because she's not yet mature enough to

to be a mother and take care of a baby

so it was sort of a win-win situation

for them it would break down resistance

to abortion as well as reinforcing

continually the need for contraception

or sex without babies

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S:
you know as you

talk about this it sounds so diabolical

almost like the plan had come right out

of the pit of hell

D:
yes

I think so and start looking back on

this as you've seen this unfolding over

the last 29 years or 28 years it must

have been terribly terribly frustrating

for you seeing these things and knowing

what was going on and yet realizing that

the vast majority of the American people

had no idea at all what was transpiring

what was frustrating and even talking

with some of my colleagues who heard the

same presentation

not very long afterwards they had all

seem to forget it they'd say oh yeah I

remember he was here I remember he

talked about some stuff but as far as

details and saying well don't you

remember when he said this that and the

other that's enough

did he say that well I don't know like

when I say that what comes to mind is

one of my colleagues so dr. day had

spoken about the demise pill the demise

pill there there was consideration to be

given to an arbitrary age after which

you know everybody should just pass on

the age could be set by law 75 80 85

whatever seemed to be appropriate at the

time and then when you reach that age he

would be a candidate to take the demise

pill and he said this attitudes about

death needed to be changed and made more

quote realistic so you know we're all

headed for death one way or another so

why not do this in a very cerebral

scientific kind of way so the idea was

that when you had reached the legal age

you could have this nice banquet sort of

a farewell banquet with your family and

friends and afterwards go out and take

your demise pill and sleep away

peacefully oh one of my colleagues who

have we were

outside a meeting in the hospital and

there was some talk about he was having

some pain he was coming into the

hospital a ticket some tests and maybe

have some surgery acceptable hey Fred

what he closed - and might you know the

night before the operation maybe you're

a little restless and you can't sleep

and the nurse comes in and says well

here's your sleeping pill are you going

to take it if you take it maybe they'll

have to do the operation okay he just

left they he said did he say that I

didn't remember them I said yeah you

better remember he said it and so they

were even back in 1969 they were talking

about a more or less coerced or forced a

euthanasia did they talk at all about

other countries how they were going to

control population in other countries or

pause the possibility of fomenting

disease to control a population yes

there were there were a couple of things

there one there was a part of the

presentation where he said new diseases

will appear they will be very difficult

to diagnose doctor seeing these for the

first time of course will not know

what's going on and the reason I

remember this so strongly was I was

fairly new in practice and after hearing

him talk about new diseases that would

appear I'd have a youngster in the

office and be examining him and I you

know say - he's got disappear in these

symptoms and it just doesn't add up it

wasn't you know absolutely certain what

was going on well right away my memory

would ring a bell and say could this be

one of those new diseases he was talking

about well it turned out that that was

medication in my practice or with any of

my kids but in in retrospect I think he

was talking about AIDS

there were some other things that were

said that sort of lead me to that

instruction what other things rather

because of course my nature interest has

been the AIDS epidemic I've been

battling this for over a decade so one

of the things were there that if you can

recall it I know this is a long time ago

but I just think the Lord that you took

those notes and on the on the napkins

and then we recorded them
S:
what other

things did he say that made makes you

thinks that perhaps the AIDS epidemic

has something to do with it with a plan
D:
the continent of Africa is a very rich

continent now that's what he said well

I'm sort of parallel lines right and I

don't recall that this was the in

immediate juxtaposition to AIDS but it

was pretty close okay so of course the

the AIDS epidemic is simply decimating

depopulating Africa the American people

don't know that but it's really

happening today and so was he talking

about possible disease Africa or just

the fact that it was such a rich rich

continent well here we have a world

that's soon to be overpopulated soon to

run out of natural resources and here's

this great big continent of Africa full

of resources

now this continent should not be left to

people who have never been able to

develop it

the continent should be under the

control of people who know how to

develop and manage all these resources

and in effect but what that means is you

have to get rid of the people that are

there now
not totally perhaps but in large part to

make room for the managers to move in

that's a frightening frightening thing

to contemplate and yet that's exactly

what is happening in Africa today and

the the interesting thing is that it's

always filled under concern love and

we're helping you out you know we love

all our fellow men but there were some

comments about let's face it not all

people are equal we all know that some

people are not as smart not as capable

and capable of doing the only menial

tasks and there were some racial

illusions there now if you have a

continent full of people that are not

capable of doing what Europeans are

capable of doing or Europeans who have

become Americans are capable of doing

and then you can't leave such a large

rich continent under the control of

people that can't manage it

S:
the ultimate

in racism just hiding behind the the

banner of love and compassion
D:
S:
yes okay fine so basically he was

talking about the DC of these diseases

would be produced where they come from

these new diseases that were going to

come into society?

D:
that was not explicit

at the time as I recall it I just the

best I can recall was it they would

occur that I kept wondering am I going

to miss them will I ever recognize them

or even will I get them right you know

what I myself succumbed

- something like that but in terms of

how this would be brought about I don't

think that was addressed at all okay so

we begin to see though an active program

that not just sort of passively bringing

about population control but actively

bringing about population control yeah

were there any other points that he made

as far as population control is

concerned but you know because these

ideas is so foreign to the average

listener the idea that we would have a

demise pill in other words we would kill

older people and now we would 1969 the

idea that we would start aborting the

children of this country in mass numbers

was was so foreign

S:
did he talk at all about pushing

abortion towards certain racial or

ethnic groups that sort of grew out of

talking about promoting drug use

well

let's get into talking about promoting

drug use because that is so important

especially today when we see drugs

destroying the inner cities of America

not everybody deserves space on the

planet not everybody deserves the right

to marry and reproduce so certain people

have to be sort of haunted and I don't

mean individual selection where you

identify a particularly human being but

certain populations with certain group

characteristics have to be shunted now

part of this grows out of transferring

industry overseas if I thought in terms

of our steel industry where a lot of

wage earners you know didn't have to

have a lot of education a lot of savvy

to do the work and earn a wage and raise

a family but when these

industries are either closed or

transferred then the wage earners don't

have any other any place to go to earn

money to raise family women this was an

education guy I heard I learned a whole

lot there he said women are attracted to

men who are good providers see when I

was a kid they I thought they were

attracted to Clark Gable and

good-looking movie star and so this was

a really revelation of my age at that

time kids as women are attracted to men

who are good providers they don't much

care what a man looks like whereas men

are more attracted to woman by her

appearance and also a man identifies

himself by his work and as I thought

about what he said many times in five

years I think that's absolutely correct

I'm Joe Blow I'm a welder I'm John Jones

I'm a stockbroker you know I think it's

true we do tend to identify or socially

well if you have no job by which to

identify yourself you're not a good

provider

to attract a woman to become your wife

then you're not going to have as great

an opportunity to bear children now if

you have a whole bunch of young men who

are unemployed are not good providers

you have no strong identity through

their work you know what these guys do

when they get together well there's a

certain homosexual promotion there and a

certain you know falling into crime sure

which

now a consequence in which was

recognized well know by what you're

talking about crime what are you talking

about drug use other learners drug use

put in to come into this whole situation

okay now if you're young and you have no

job you have no family no

responsibilities and life is just a bore

and you're more vulnerable to abusing

drugs no did he suggest that they would

encourage drug use yeah yeah that is an

incredible incredible prediction of what

the direction that these people that dr.

day represented would be taking our

society because they had to have

powerful control a powerful influence

over governmental positions and

governmental activities the idea was to

create sort of neighborhoods doesn't

seem like the right word anymore but

certain areas of the cities that would

be the jungle we have progressed so far

that their laws of natural selection no

longer operate this is sort of a near

quote paraphrasing there is natural

population control in previous years

predatory animals and Wars and disease

and such but now the technology has

nullified a lot of that this is part of

overpopulation so since the former law

of the jungle no longer applies we would

now have a new law of the jungle and the

jungle would be certain areas in

primarily large metropolitan areas where

people just have no opportunity no hope

the areas would be allowed to

deteriorate

with the idea that as the spirit grew

and people sought refuge in drugs and

alcohol then a certain amount of

violence would be predictable and that's

okay because that would you know if you

died in 1969 because somebody shot you

or if you died in 1769 because a bear

got you a model and got you what's the

difference you're dead in either case

you succumb to the law of the jungle the

survival of the fittest on the other

hand means that in a time when you had

to be a crack shot with your musket and

you got the mountain lion the only

difference is in now instead of being

musketeer now you're computer genius

those are the criteria by which

Selectric survives and now of course

when dr. Dave was making all these

predictions and telling you what the

future held didn't he make some

reference to the fact that everything

was in place but nothing would stop this

at the present time and so he felt at

least somewhat able to reveal these

things to you yes yes that was very

early in the presentation that was said

that was 69 and as Beth I can recall

there there is no nothing specified is

exactly what was in place now that

hadn't been and he said something that

even as recently as five or ten years

earlier he could not have spoken with

such assurance about what the future

held and of course he went on then to

become some sort of an official or

planned parenthood he was at the time

when he spoke he he was medical director

of Planned Parenthood Federation of

America and he had been a professor at

the year medical school and he was

very well-known neonatologist yes yes

and then he left here and went to

Planned Parenthood Federation in New

York became disillusioned there and I'm

not sure the nature that disillusionment

whether it was ideologic or what but he

did become disillusioned with them and

left and he seen his subsequently died

he's passed away yeah yeah he died mmm

Peter roughly eight years ago I'd have

to look to see you as well

so he never saw his dream come to

fruition but certainly the people who

are and in sympathy with these ideas are

seeing it unfold today is America moves

into chaos and crime and drugs and new

diseases developing all across America

so basically as you look back on this

what do you think possibly motivated

that dr. day to tell you these

incredible things everybody asked that

question and I can only speculate they I

really don't know there was not an

opportunity to ask but they I think

there were a couple of things that were

involved one was that I think he had

divided feelings about this on the one

hand repeatedly saying this is the only

way there's no other alternative feeling

that some or another the human race

would perish otherwise and that the

human race should be provided to go on

well this this is a very common position

taken by elitist professor Quigley who

we have studied very extensively Bill

Clinton's mentor I really believe that

we needed a ruling elite as Western

civilization would be destroyed and what

you're really describing is a ruling

elite with a program to try to preserve

at least some element of civilization

yes yes I think that's the the upfront

part of it and then in the intervening

years it has often occurred to me that

what also seems to underline this is a

more long-range look you know they talk

about progress of the human race we're

progressing and one should stop and say

well progressing toward what right and

especially when you hear somebody say we

believe now that we have the means to

accelerate and control evolution

evolution toward what well I think one

possibility I don't know that I've heard

anybody state this explicitly is that we

will progress toward becoming gods that

sounds a little bizarre but when you go

back to Regenesis and they Adam and Eve

took from the tree of knowledge and the

serpent said ye shall be as gods in

other words what you're suggesting is

what energizes these people is a

spiritual force the idea that the

Serpent's message that ye should be as

gods if if you go along with my program

mm-hmm you can't evolve to a higher

plane and as incredible as it may seem I

read many many publications by people

these are a Celtic and Luciferian

publications where this is the basic

underlying theme for mankind will

supplant God and bring utopia to the

world well well I'm thinking about the

book of Genesis when you go to the end

of that chapter and when God expelled

Adam and Eve and he said they they go to

the tree of knowledge verse or two later

he sets a cherubim in guard of the Tree

of Life

and I think about that you know we get

all this sperm banks and cloning of

animals talking about cross species

fertilization I often think about that

you know babies without sex and sex

without babies and early to be very

early in the game God set up a chair be

said they go to the tree of knowledge

I'm going to keep them away from the

tree of life just for fun go to Genesis

and read that and and see whether you

find any application to what's going on

today well I think that this this is all

prophetic I mean we see these things

unfolding and and for people who don't

understand order know the Bible these

things seem impossible for those of us

and I know you're a believer who CV

Singh son further we see God's hand and

we also see that the hand of the Lucifer

in this whole incredible story well

other any other points you'd like to

bring out for our listeners

D:
well we were

talking earlier about unisex stuff or at

least I think we alluded to it the

masculinization of women girls and I

don't know whether you've noticed in

your area but in our area in the last

few years the sports pages are full of

girls sports now the girls basketball

you know and as if that true out here

well yeah sure and we have a girls

basketball teams the other you know

Olympic girls basketball teams girls

volleyball teams all of these things you

know where they're so competitive as men

mm-hmm soccer big thing out there no we

don't have soccer out here to my

knowledge it'll probably be coming

women's soccer you speaking up well know

women's and man okay bye probably Sunday

co-educational so I don't know but

the reason for this is that we can't

have girls and lacy dresses smelling

perfumey and attracting the men even if

they're sweaty there nothing was

attractive

S:
right right incredible

incredible did he actually talk about

things of this sort?

D:
oh yeah that was

very explicit girls would would be made

less attractive because they would be

just as you said sweating right full of

you know sports and just like another

guy rising big muscles and all those

things so that was the one of the early

parts of masculinizing women and then of

course another part that I don't think

he put in these terms by interpreting

these terms then his a woman is a good

woman

to the extent that she mimics a man and

that is leaving her home and you know

going out into the workforce and

becoming CEO or office manager some big

outfit real estate I'm taking care of

children but along with with the D Eman

izing of girls in the professional

magazines that I get where drug products

are advertised there's a one that shows

all these girls in their soccer uniforms

mud all over them their hair is all wet

and stringy and this is held out to the

young girls is you know this is what you

ought to be this is what a I think young

girl is she's a muddy soccer player I

said because you know we can do anything

the boys can do and we can do it better

and the competition between women and

then without realizing that we all have

a placed and a part to play in in God's

plan

S:
well I doctor denigan has been a

fascinating fascinating hour we'll be

playing this this afternoon in several

times on our various radio programs I

want to thank you so very very much for

taking time from your busy schedule to

be here on Radio Liberty because I think

your message going along with many of

the other messages that we have begins

to tie this together

and I hope our listeners will be far

wiser from having heard now your

memories from the lecture by dr. de 1969

28 years ago

what's been a pleasure to

be on and I hope it's helpful to folks I

hope it will be to may God bless you and

I have a baby at some time in the future

we can come talk to you again
well I

would like bye-bye thanks a lot bye-bye

bye
okay well this is dr. Stan an amazing

amazing take a tape with the gentleman

who I believe that God has preserved him

to tell us the story and I hope you've

enjoyed this program as much as we've

enjoyed bringing it to you and so until

next time dr. Stan goodbye and may the

Lord be with you

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About the Meeting​

There was a meeting of paediatricians and students which took place on the 20th March 1969 at the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society, which was located on Ridge Avenue in Pittsburgh.
One of the speakers was Dr Richard Day, an eminent professor and physician, and Medical Director of the organisation ‘Planned Parenthood’.

‘Planned Parenthood’ was established in 1921 (then under the name of the ‘American Birth Control League’) in the United States by Margaret Sanger, a proponent of birth control, and a member of the American Eugenics Society, which lobbied for women’s rights to have access to birth control methods and education. The organisation grew, and established clinics all over the USA (and has expanded into the world market), and is now the USA’s leading sexual and reproductive healthcare provider – and is the leading provider of abortion services. ‘Planned Parenthood’ has been the subject of intense criticism since its establishment, from anti-abortion organisations and campaigners, to those who have criticized that way the organisation is funded, both by the government, the Rockefeller Foundation (a family known to be part of the globalist elite, and has funded ‘Planned Parenthood’ since its inception in 1921), and private donors.

Clarification: The discussion took place at a dinner with some of Dr Day’s colleagues – which included Dr Dunegan – after the main event.
At the meeting on the 20th March 1969, Dr Day asked the attendees not to take notes or record what he was about to tell them. Something which Dr Dunegan said he found unusual for a professor to ask of his audience. The reason Dr Day implied was that there would be negative repercussions – possibly personal danger – against him if it became widely known that he had talked about the information he was about to relay to the group. Dr Day told the group that what he was about to say would make it easier for them to adapt if they knew what to expect beforehand, something of an ambiguous statement which became clearer as Dr Day spoke.

Dr Dunegan got the impression that Dr Day was talking as an ‘insider’, rather than as a person who was presenting a theory or speaking in terms of retrospect. Dr Day’s knowledge was concrete as he talked about the future and the strategies of people and organisations that had a defined plan for the world, and were in a position to make sure that plan was executed.

In introducing that there were those who had a plan for the world, Dr Day also informed his audience that there was a timescale, and that much of what they wanted would be achieved through plans that were already set in motion. Dr Dunegan recalls Dr Day saying “We plan to enter the twenty-first century with a running start. Everything is in place and nobody can stop us now…”, and that he felt relatively free to talk about this to those he considered friends. Dr Day referred to the plans of those in power as being ‘much bigger than communism’.

When talking about the people who had the power to devise and implement such plans, Dr Day stated that they were not primarily in public office, but were people of prominence who would be known to the public through their occupations or private positions. This ties-in with what we know about the globalist elite today, primarily consisting of families involved in operating large-scale financial institutions (the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and others), European royalty (Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Queen Elizabeth II, and others), and other extremely wealthy individuals that make up the 300 or so members.

Two other statements Dr Day made during his introduction were “People will have to get used to the idea of change, so used to change, that they’ll be expecting change. Nothing will be permanent,” and “People are too trusting. People don’t ask the right questions.”

That's the summarization. Here's Richard's day recorded speech.
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