Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Eco-Nazis & Neo-Nazis - A Rose by Any Other Name...

So, Nazis. Strong word. Provocative. Invokes gut-reactions.

And it should. Lest we forget.

But the type of fascists we know today don't come in an easily recognizable wrapper with a goose-step and a swastika. They come with a smile, a Che Guevara t-shirt, and a soothing public radio voice that masks their hatred. They come wearing sandals and safari shorts, instead of jack-boots, and tell us how we need to curb the population in order to save the planet and all the endangered species that are in such jeopardy from us. That's me. That's you.

The call it Population Control. But what do you think that really means? Did you ever really think about it? What else could it possibly mean but people either not being born or people being culled, like cattle? That is what it means. This is why they fund abortion clinics and pro-choice initiatives, this is why they support Right to Die-type legislation. What do you think the ObamaCare End of Life Care means? You may have heard it referred to as Death Panels. Well, that's what they are. Here's Bill Gates, supreme funder of population control measures, talking about how awesome Death Panels are so we can just Kill that old bag Grandma and have more teachers...

And then there's Eugenics. Here's the definition from -
Eugenics (/jˈɛnɪks/; from Greek eu, meaning "good/well", and -genēs, meaning "born") is the belief and practice of improving the genetic quality of the human population.[2][3] It is a social philosophy advocating the improvement of human genetic traits through the promotion of higher reproduction of people with desired traits (positive eugenics), and reduced reproduction of people with less-desired or undesired traits (negative eugenics).[4]

In other words, what the Nazis were doing with their extermination of the Jews, and the Romany Gypsies of eastern Europe, among others, and their Lebensborn Aryan Race wet-dream incepted by the SS.

And no – it's not a conspiracy theory. It's conspiracy fact.

So, now we know what we're talking about. Onward...

Back to The Weeden Foundation and our fish-worshiping freaks over at KS Wild. KS Wild have received at least $175,000 in grant money from The Weeden Foundation. You can see a list of grants from Weeden on Weeden Foundation's own website, between 2004 and 2013.

That's a LOT of cash!
The Weeden Foundation also funds anti-immigration groups, like FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform,) which has Alan N. Weeden on its Board of Directors, CAPS (Californians for Population Stabilization,) which used to have John D. Weeden on its Board of Directors, although he's no longer listed as such, and NPG (Negative Population Growth,)  to name just a few.  Here's a link to the Board of Directors page at FAIR where you can see his name -

The Pioneer Fund is a heavy backer of many of these groups. The Pioneer Fund itself is recognized by the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) as a funder of 'white supremacists' and 'racists.'  FAIR is listed by SPLC as a 'hate group.'

Here's the SPLC's profile and history of The Pioneer Fund.

The paragraph below is from a press release by NWBCCC (Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition,) entitled NWBCCC Exposes Weeden As The Anti-Immigrant Think Tank Behind SB1070...
“...The New York-based Weeden Foundation actively funds the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), the anti-immigrant organization responsible for crafting racist law S.B. 1070 in Arizona. Weeden also supports anti-immigrant organizations such as the Center for Immigration Studies, Californians for Population Stabilization, and NumbersUSA. The Weeden Foundation works closely with the white supremacist Pioneer Fund, a foundation that has a history of promoting the genetic superiority of white, European-Americans, and is also a previous funder of FAIR...”
The Weeden Foundation, founded in 1963 by Frank Weeden, a Californian investment banker, has been protested for funding organizations with links to white supremacy, population control, and anti-immigration policies. One such protest was outside The Weeden Foundation's New York headquarters and was organized by the Center for New Community, an activist group founded in 1995 by religious leaders and community organizers to tackle issues of social, economic and racial injustice.
As you can see from The Weeden Foundation's list of grantees, they're all about population sustainability -

Here's a video the Center for New Community who ran the protest at the Weeden Foundation – it shows beautifully the big circle-jerk of foundation funding and personnel between all these alleged eugenicists, white-supremacists, and anti-immigrant orgs.

Here's the circle-jerk in pictorial form in detail, also from Center for New Community -

Notice in the above video, under the list of Enviro groups that take money from The Weeden Foundation, they mention The Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center AKA KS Wild. But KS Wild aren't the only group of environmentalists with financial backers who have close financial ties to White Nationalists, Eugenicists and bigots. Other groups directly funded by the Weeden Foundation that you might recognize include, but are not limited to Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild, Soda Mountain Wilderness Council, Waterwatch of Oregon, Klamath Riverkeeper, and the now defunct Siskiyou Project, which was absorbed by KS Wild a couple of years ago.



Foundation founder Frank Weeden also funded numerous population control organizations, eugenics research organizations, white separatist, and white-supremacist groups. They also fund baby killing orgs like Planned Parenthood and other Population Control and/or Eugenics, and/or Anti-Immigration groups, like Blue Planet United, Center for Immigration Studies, Growth Busters, Ipas, Population Institute, Progressives for Immigration Reform, Federation for American Immigration Reform, Alliance for a Sustainable USA. These were all funded in just one year. Here's the IRS 990 form so you can see them all for yourself -

Scroll down to page 70 to see the 2009 grantee list. You can also check out their gigantic investment portfolio. I've never seen one so HUGE!
In 2011, Dave Foreman, a co-founder of Earth First! and a one time editor of Earth First! Journal, was severely grilled by his own former organization and journal for his close ties to a group called Apply The Brakes in an article called Dave Foreman Still Aligning With Bigots. The article reported that Foreman... an Apply the Breaks leader, an organization that helped pioneer the current anti-immigrant co-optation of the environmental movement. He also founded The Rewilding Institute (TWI), which received funding from the Weeden Foundation so that TWI and Apply the Breaks could “work closely […] to get conservation groups and activists to endorse a position recognizing the role of population growth in harming biodiversity and causing climate change.”

Also coming under friendly fire was Cordelia Scaife May, about whom one environmentalist scathingly remarked...

...has been variously praised as a “philanthropist,” which is about the best that can be said about someone born into extreme wealth and hadn’t worked a useful hour in her life. She was the daughter of Alan Scaife and Mellon banking heiress Sarah Mellon, and inherited $800 million of the vast family fortune. While some of Scaife May's “philanthropy”—most notably through her COLCOM Foundation—is “legitimate,” that has been mostly for “pet” projects with only local application.
Her long-term “vision” was almost exclusively in the area of “population control,” which she meant to be immigration control, and specifically immigration by “inferior” races—who allegedly are not as environmentally “sound” as wealthy white people who are most responsible for environmental and resource destruction. Scaife May’s own influences include Margaret Sanger, whose “population control” ideas were influenced by “scientific” racism and Eugenics, which were also espoused by Scaife May’s good friend John Tanton, an “environmentalist”-turned-white supremacist, whose anti-immigrant beliefs are based solely on ugly racial stereotypes. She gave generously to the Pioneer Fund and even distributed its Nazified literature; according to its website, eugenics and "race purity" are legitimate fields of research, and “However harshly today we may judge support for policies such as sterilization of those deemed to be ‘unfit,’ prohibition of racial intermarriage, and severe restrictions on immigration — it is wrong to equate these ideas with ‘Nazism,' gas chambers, and some of the worst mass murders, war crimes, and crimes against humanity ever committed...”

SOURCE : Wednesday, July 31, 2013 The Seattle Times misfires again, presenting so-called "environmentalist" Cordelia Scaife May as a gender “icon”

In fact, some environmentalists seem all too aware of their shady funding and scary connections. In 2007, Carla Alonso and Dario Zabra of International Rivers, wrote extensively about funding from the Weeden Foundation and other groups, closing their article “Green Millions for Patagonia Campaign” with the realization that...

...whitewashing the origin of funds does not keep environmentalists up at night anyway...ultimately, all money is dirty money.”

NOTE : This subject is so HUGE that it's going to take another article to delve deeper into the relationship between The Pioneer Fund, Weedon Foundation, et al. We've just scratched the surface here.
Right Wing Front Organizations Use Progressive Sounding Names To Promote Anti-Immigration and Anti-Environmental Agendas -                                       
Did Environmentalists Back Arizona's SB1070 (Anti-Immigration Bill)?

Frank Weeden obituary from the New York Times -

- KS Wild Truth.

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