The green nobility: Ancient aristocrats and the green movement

Image: Dutch National Archives, The Hague, Fotocollectie Algemeen Nederlands Persbureau (ANeFo), 1945-1989, Nummer toegang Bestanddeelnummer 254-9346 Mieremet, Rob / Anefo

Where does the green movement really come from? The simple answer would be: From Europe. In my recent documentary on this channel I show how old British networks, including the clandestine ones established in the US, control modern climate science. I also show how Britain is heavily infiltrated by Russia. And of course, the communist movement uses climate science as an extension to Karl Marx’ doomsday ideology, which says that freedom leads inevitably to imperialism and misery.  

But the core of the green eco-movement lies with European aristocracy and the corporations it had created.

Club of Rome

The Club of Rome is not a grassroots organization of environmentally conscious citizens. The organization goes back to the Italian industrialist Aurelio Peccei, a member of the management team at the car manufacturer Fiat. Fiat belonged to the influential Agnelli clan. Giovanni Agnelli married Marella from the noble Caracciolo line of Naples and his sister Claire married Tassilo von Fürstenberg. Peccei was brought into contact with the other later founder of the Club of Rome; the British Alexander King. He has been awarded the Order of St Michael and St George and the Order of the British Empire. Alexander King’s father worked for the Nobel Explosives Company for explosives and modern gunpowder. He later worked at Imperial Chemical Industries. One of Alexander King’s ancestors was the father-in-law of the influential socialist Robert Owen. King married the niece of Walter Runciman, 1st Viscount Runciman of Doxford. He even sat on the British Privy Council. Max Kohnstamm was one of the original “inner circle” of six people at the Club of Rome. His father was married to one of the daughters of Jean Baptiste August Kessler, who helped found the company now known as Royal Dutch Shell. One of his uncles was Geldolph Adriaan Kessler, who helped establish the Dutch steel industry. He was one of the founding fathers of the European Union and played an important role in the development of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and then the European Economic Communities in the 1950s.

He was private secretary to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands from 1945 to 1948 and then worked at the Dutch Foreign Office from 1948 to 1952. He was chairman of the Trilateral Commission in Europe. He is a former member of the Bilderberg Group Steering Committee. The Swedish politician Anders Wijkman at the Club of Rome is a member of the Royal Swedish Scientific Association. The club also has honorary members such as Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands and King Juan Carlos I of Spain. The current Belgian King Philippe is a member of the Club of Rome, where he works on the green agenda. He was at a Bilderberg conference where many powerful corporations are represented. And he is a Knight Grand Cross in the Order of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker from the ancient noble family of the same name was co-president of the Club of Rome until 2018. He is a recipient of the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Medal from WWF International. Prince Hassan ibn Talal comes from the Jordanian royal family and was president of the Club of Rome.


The World Wildlife Fund (now World Wide Fund for Nature) started in 1961 and quickly became the world’s largest environmental organization. The concept for the World Wide Fund for Nature was first formulated in 1960 in a letter to the editor by Victor Stolan for the daily newspaper The Observer. An article by Julian Huxley had previously appeared there, which discussed the extinction of species in Africa. Sir Julian Huxley was a Fellow of the Royal Society, as well as a member of the British Eugenics Society for Population Control. Huxley was educated at elite training schools such as Eton and Oxford. WWF founder Edward Max Nicholson also visited Oxford and was president of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. With Julian he also developed the influential organization International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

The first staff of the WWF was put together by Godfrey Rockefeller. He attended Yale University at the same time as his close friend, future CIA director and US President George H.W. Bush. The latter was a member of the influential Yale secret society Skull & Bones, which dates back to the British Empire. In the case of Godfrey Rockefeller, we can only assume that he was a member of Bones or another Yale secret society, since only partially secret membership lists were made public. At least we know that Percy Rockefeller and another Rockefeller were Bones members. The Rockefellers’ core business was oil and banking, so not exactly what you would imagine when it comes to environmental protection and climate protection. It is highly unlikely that the Rockefellers were able to build a family empire in a key industry on their own account. It is much more likely that they acted as front men for the nobility.

WWF founder Guy Mountfort wore the Order of the British Empire. Founder Peter Scott was a member of the Royal Society and held several British medals. His father was in the Royal Victorian Order and inspired Prince Philip to the sport of gliding. His wife held the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and was a member of the Royal Society of Literature. The first president of the WWF was Prince Bernhard von Lippe-Biesterfeld, noble prince consort of Juliana of Orange-Nassau, Queen of the Netherlands.

In 1935, he joined the I.G. Farben industrial cartel as a law trainee. He became executive secretary of the Paris branch in the same year. He was also a member of the Reiter-SS, the NSDAP and the National Socialist Motor Corps. Like other important figures from the USA and Britain, he quickly transformed from a Nazi supporter to a war opponent of Germany. During the Second World War he was in exile in London with Queen Wilhelmina and was allowed to work, on the recommendation of the British King George VI., in secret service planning teams. As a fighter pilot, he was not allowed to take part in the bombing of Germany. His mother-in-law, Queen Wilhelmina, made him commander-in-chief of the Dutch air force. In 1954, Prince Bernhard started the annual elite Bilderberg Conference, where around 150 participants from large corporations, politics, secret services and the military come together.3 In 1963, the WWF published a major report on global warming allegedly caused by humans.4 The researchers at which The report was based on Frank Darling (Vice-President of the WWF and a member of the Royal Society of Edinburgh), Edward Smith Deevey Jr. (whose mentor was George Evelyn Hutchinson of Yale University, the “Father of Modern Ecology” and a member of the Royal Society Society), Charles Keeling (after whom the “Keeling curve” is named, which is used to measure the accumulation of the “greenhouse gas” CO2 in the atmosphere) and Gilbert Plass (who specialized in predictions of global warming caused by CO2). As monarchs, Prince Bernhard and Prince Philip also indirectly represent the oil companies “Royal Dutch Shell” and “British Petroleum” (BP).

1001 Club

Prince Bernhard, together with Prince Philip, created “The 1001: A Nature Trust” to finance the activities of the WWF. On board was Anton Rupert, an African tobacco billionaire of Dutch descent who was involved in the Afrikaner Broederbond secret society that controlled South Africa and had implemented apartheid. 5 Cigarettes caused a lot of cancer and thus contributed to a reduction in the population. For a long time, public information about 1001 was almost non-existent and all that was known was that hand-picked members had to pay a $10,000 membership fee. Similar to the Bilderberg Group, the principle of secrecy applies and one can at least learn from a leaked internal report that the 1001 Club holds regular meetings at Windsor Castle, with the Spanish royal family and in distant places such as Nepal. According to leaked member lists, the 1001 Club includes people like:

• Maurice Strong: Member of the Privy Council of Canada (British Commonwealth), Fellowship of the Royal Society of Canada. In the early 1970s he was Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment before becoming the first Director-General of the United Nations Environment Program in 1972. He is considered an inspiration for former US Vice President Al Gore, who released the eco-propaganda film “An Inconvenient Truth”.

• Sir Max Aitken: politician and chairman of Beaverbook Newspapers Ltd. His father was Max Aitken, 1st Lord Beaverbrook, member of the Privy Council, owner of the extremely influential Daily Express newspaper and for a time Minister of Information. His friend Winston Churchill made Max Sr. Minister for Aircraft Production in World War II.

• Sir Eric Drake: Chairman of British Petroleum (BP)

• Baron Conrad Black: He owns important newspapers and companies and has been involved in many scandals. At times he was in the Privy Council of Canada. His friend, US President Donald Trump, pardoned him in 2019.

• King Juan Carlos of Spain: Juan Carlos, who comes from the House of Bourbon, is a member of the powerful eco-organization Club of Rome. He is the eldest son of Juan de Borbón y Battenberg, whose mother in turn was Victoria Eugénie von Battenberg, from the Guelph lines of Hesse-Darmstadt and Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (the same lines as Prince Philip and Queen Elisabeth.

• Henry Ford II: From the highly controversial car-making family. The For d-Group goes back to the scientific network of the Royal Society and the Guelph nobility (see chapter in this book about the car industry). His grandfather, Henry Ford, was a leading anti-Semite, supported the Nazi Party and provided vital technology to both the Nazis and the Soviets.

• Robert McNamara: He was manager of the Ford Motor Company, US Secretary of Defense under JFK and President of the World Bank. In the Vietnam conflict he relied on the tactics of a brutal war of attrition. The communist North Vietnamese used Soviet technology that originally came from the USA.

•Dr. Alfred Hartmann: Worked for the Rothschilds and was involved in the scandal surrounding the infamous BCCI bank. For more information, see the SPIEGEL article “Trübe Quelle” from 1992.

• Peter Cadbury: Son of Sir Egbert Cadbury. The family business is sweets. The company received its first Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria in 1854.

• Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein: Prince and Head of State of Liechtenstein as well as Head of the Princely House of Liechtenstein.

• Baron Buxton: Royal Victorian Order holder, co-founder of the WWF. Involved with the Natural History Museum, the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and the London Zoological Society.

• Daniel K. Ludwig: Billionaire. Guest of the Bohemian Grove Club. Associated with Mayer Lansky’s Jewish Mafia. He donated heavily to elite educational institutions, particularly cancer research. He had the Amazon rainforests cut down.

• Baron Thyssen-Bornemisza: Grandson of August Thyssen, the founder of a rolling mill, which later became a large corporation, Thyssen AG, which was important for the Nazis. Fritz Thyssen had connections to Skull & Bo-nes. His first wife was from the Lippe noble family, see also Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. His third wife was Fiona Frances Elaine Campbell-Walter, of noble British ancestry.

• Mobutu Sese Seko: President of the Democratic Republic of Congo from 1965 to 1997. Previously, the Congo was in the hands of the Dutch nobility, who let millions of Congolese die.

• Nelson Bunker Hunt: Oil billionaire. Member of the conservative John Birch Society, which produced anti-communist conspiracy media. His father had his first son undergo a lobotomy.

• Salem Bin Laden: Saudi Arabian investor and businessman and the eldest half-brother of Osama bin Laden. From 1972 until his death, he headed the family business Saudi Binladin Group, founded by his father Muhammad bin Laden. He had close business ties to George Bush Sr. as an investor through companies such as the Carlyle Group. He was also a partner in George W. Bush’s first company (Arbusto Energy Oil)

• Agha Hasan Abedi: Founder of the infamous BCCI Bank, now the seventh largest private bank in the world. US and British investigators determined that the financial institution was involved in money laundering, bribery, arms trafficking and the sale of nuclear technology, supporting terrorism, initiating and promoting tax evasion, as well as smuggling, illegal immigration, the illegal purchase of real estate and banking, and the promoting prostitution. There are cross-connections between the BCCI and the network around Jeffrey Epstein.17

• Alfred Heineken: Beer baron from Holland

• Stephen Bechtel: Heir to the powerful construction company Bechtel Corporation with ties to the CIA. Bechtel helped China become a superpower and built many nuclear power plants in the USA. In 2003, the company won a US government contract to rebuild Iraq. The Mining & Metals (M&M) department does mining to extract raw materials such as aluminum and there is also an oil, liquid petroleum gas and chemicals department.

• Lukas Hoffmann: Swiss pharmaceutical entrepreneur from the Hoff-mann-La Roche group, which produces drugs such as Tamiflu against epidemics and cancer drugs. Tamiflu, which was recommended by the WHO against bird flu based on dubious studies, made billions.18

• Gianni Agnelli: Head of FIAT. The company once sold important vehicle technology to the Soviet Union. The Agnelli clan has connections to the nobility.

• Wallenberg family: large industrialists from Sweden. In the 1970s, the clan managed 40% of Sweden’s stock market and industrial workforce.

• Rothschild family: Built by the Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (Welfe) and the British throne. British secret services cultivated the conspiracy myth that the Rothschilds made a fortune after the Battle of Waterloo and took control of the City of London and the Bank of England. The Rothschild myths are at the core of the conspiracy theory about Jewish world domination.

• IBM’s Watson family: Thomas Watson supplied hugely important punch card computers to the Nazis. See also the corresponding chapter in this book. Watson w quickly changed from a Nazi supporter to a supporter of the American war effort.

• Peter von Siemens: He was committed to nature conservation and land conservation and was a full member of the German Council for Land Conservation. He supported the WWF and the Association for Nature Conservation, which awarded him the Bavarian Nature Conservation Prize in 1975.

• Axel Springer: Responsible for anti-Semitic propaganda in the Third Reich. After the Second World War, he received permission from the British occupiers to publish newspapers, magazines and books. Member of a Hamburg Masonic lodge. Axel Springer Verlag became extremely powerful in the Federal Republic of Germany and is regularly represented at Bilderberg conferences.

• Otto Wolff von Amerongen: One of the most influential entrepreneurs in Germany after 1945. He was also referred to as the “pioneer of Eastern trade”. The company his father founded procured tungsten for the Nazis and acquired Jewish property. Otto sat on many boards, including Exxon (Rockefeller). While operating in the inner circle of the Bilderberg organization, he established economic ties with the Soviets.

• Friedrich Flick: He was one of the most important German entrepreneurs. At the time of the Second World War, his Flick Group held extensive shareholdings, particularly in the armaments sector. In the Flick trial he was sentenced to seven years in prison as a war criminal. His resurgence began in the post-war period, becoming one of the richest men in the Federal Republic of Germany. A total of around 130,000 workers were employed within the Flick Group in the war year of 1944, and around half of them were employed and exploited as forced laborers and concentration camp prisoners. After the war and imprisonment, he again became one of the most powerful men in Germany and supported politicians. In the course of the affair surrounding illegal payments from the Flick Group to German politicians, Helmut Kohl was also incriminated. In the course of the investigation it became clear that in the 1970s, all parties represented in the Bundestag at the time, i.e. CDU, CSU, SPD and FDP, had received donations from the Flick Group – in some cases through party-related organizations such as the Bürgerliche Ver that were classified as non-profit -agreement. The investigative committee revealed that between 1969 and 1980 more than 25 million deutschmarks had flowed from Flick’s slush funds to politicians from the CDU/CSU, FDP and SPD.


Apparently, at the 1001 Club, nobles, politicians and business bosses meet with dictators and other sensitive figures to make deals, which often revolve around natural resources. The suspicion arises that the old British Empire, including colonialism, is being secretly continued and that environmental protection is also being practiced as a side effect. For example, when the apartheid system in South Africa began to falter (see the Afrikaner Broederbond secret society), elite circles simply brought in military experts and created front companies like KAS, which were officially designed to stop poachers. However, it was noticeable that many of those killed belonged to the ANC party, which wanted to abolish apartheid. The South African army and KAS themselves made money from poaching and illegal trade. An escalation into civil war nevertheless resulted in the abolition of apartheid. The front company KAS was founded by David Stirling (British Army) and Colonel Ian Crooke (a decorated veteran of the SAS special forces) and had the support of Prince Bernhard. Afterwards, the WWF distanced itself from “Project Lock”. An investigation initiated by Nelson Mandela in 1995 found that mercenaries from Project Lock had trained the anti-communists of UNITA and Renamo.6 The nature and wildlife reserves were subject to total oppression and were an excellent territory for training mercenaries.

The secret “Project Coast” in South Africa developed chemical and biological weapons for use against insurgents, as well as substances that were planned to be added to drinking water to cause infertility.7

The 1001 Club is said to be subordinate to the British Privy Council and the secret service MI6. A number of green NGOs have leading figures or founding figures from the 1001 environment, such as the Club of Rome, Earth Council Alliance and the Wildlife Conservation Society. Today, a new generation of young activists from the green environment are being raised and trained by the older generation of activists who depend on the NGOs. Groups like “Extinction Rebellion” want to paralyze the economy and revolutionize the social order with increasingly radical acts of civil disobedience. It has been made clear that harsher methods could also be resorted to if politicians do not respond to Extinction Rebellion’s wishes quickly enough and in general fulfilled the desired extent. In Volume III of my book series, I trace groups like the Animal Liberation Front back to elite British circles from the Royal Society and the military.

The Fabian Society and the London School of Economics behind the left-green era

Annalena Baerbock from the Greens boasts that she is an international law expert. With only a preliminary diploma from Hamburg and no real law degree, she was accepted into the elite London School of Economics (LSE). The school was created by members of the Fabian Society who were enthusiastic about radicalism:

  • Sidney and Beatrice Webb: Sidney was the noble Baron Passfield, a member of the British Privy Council. He served as both Secretary of State for the British Colonies and Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs in Ramsay MacDonald’s second Labor government in 1929. The Webbs ignored mounting evidence of atrocities by Joseph Stalin and remained supporters of the Soviet Union until their deaths. Beatrice Webb was the Baroness Passfield.
  • Graham Wallas: he attended Oxford. His brother became Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
  • George Bernard Shaw: An artist. In 1899, when the Boer War began, Shaw wanted the Fabians to take a neutral stance on what he saw as a “non-socialist” issue. Shaw’s enthusiasm for the Soviet Union dated back to the early 1920s, when he praised Lenin as “the one truly interesting statesman in Europe.” In 1931 he joined a tour group led by Nancy Astor. The carefully conducted trip culminated in a long meeting with Stalin, whom Shaw later described as a “Georgian gentleman” with no malice in him. Shaw’s admiration for Mussolini and Stalin reflected his growing belief that dictatorship was the only viable political order. When the Nazi Party came to power in Germany in January 1933, Shaw described Hitler as “a very remarkable man, a very capable man.”

The foundation stone of the old LSE building on Houghton Street was laid by King George V in 1920. When she attended LSE the principal was Sir Howard John Davies. There was no sign of socialist dreams in his career. In 1995 he even became Deputy Governor of the Bank of England. He resigned from his position at the LSE on March 3, 2011, after concerns over the institution’s decision to accept funding from a foundation controlled by the son of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. The British Fabian Society set the tone for modern social democracy and we feel its influence almost everywhere today. The British colonial empire understood early on that classic colonial rule like in India could not be continued forever, so they built up an artificial countermovement against British colonial rule in good time and then staged the fight for apparent independence. The Fabian society grew in many countries under British rule between 1930 and 1940, and many future leaders of these countries were influenced by the Fabians during their struggles for “independence”. These leaders included Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Obafemi Awolowo, who later became Prime Minister of Nigeria’s defunct Western Region, and the Green Party of Pakistan, Barrister Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore, had a political philosophy that was heavily influenced by the Fabian Society. Jawaharlal Nehru, who became the first prime minister of the supposedly independent country of India, even had a relationship with the wife of Lord Louis Mountbatten, the last British viceroy of the colony of India. Correspondence from the Mountbattens remains secret due to concerns about Britain’s “national security.”

Fellowship of the New Life

Forerunner of the Fabian Society was the “Fellowship of the New Life” organization that represented ideas such as pacifism, vegetarianism and a simple, frugal way of life.

  • The co-founder Havelock Ellis researched human sexuality, psychedelic drugs and was an enthusiastic eugenicist; later even vice president of the Eugenics Society for population reduction. He himself was impotent for almost his entire life.
  • The co-founder Edward Carpenter was allowed to become the teacher of Prince George Frederick, later King George V.
  • The founder Edward Pease was related to the judge Sir Edward Fry, who was awarded the most elite British medals. He had a brother with the title of knight whose gardens were regularly visited by the nobility. Together with the Webbs he founded the London School of Economics.

The Coefficients Club was also a kind of forerunner of the Fabians. The members included powerful colonial administrators such as Leo Amery, who was also an intelligence officer. Edward Gray, the 1st Viscount Gray of Fallodon, even sat on the British Privy Council and was Deputy Lieutenant of the Crown. Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner, also sat on the Privy Council and had to do with secret aspects of the Empire. The Fabian Society was named after the Roman dictator Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus. To hold on to the Empire, the British had to make full use of the trade opportunities secured by the war, said the 1900 policy document “Fabianism and the Empire.” British armed forces should be kept in a high state of readiness to defend the Empire. The creation of a citizen army to replace the professional army was recommended. The factory laws should be changed so that younger people would have more time for “a combination of physical exercises, technical training, civilian citizenship training and field training in the use of modern weapons. Later, many of the future Third World leaders were exposed to Fabian thinking, particularly India’s Jawaharlal Nehru, who later formulated economic policy for India along the lines of Fabian socialism. After pseudo-independence from Britain, Nehru’s Fabian ideas committed India to an economy in which the state owned the means of production, particularly key heavy industrial sectors such as steel, telecommunications, transport, power generation, mining and real estate. This ensured continued control. The last British Viceroy of India, Lord Louis Mountbatten, swore in Nehru as the first Prime Minister of “free” India.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah of Pakistan was also heavily influenced by the Fabians. Lord Mountbatten also orchestrated the withdrawal of the British here. Britain also influenced the Arab Baathists. The adaptation of Fabian socialism to the Middle East led states there to control large-scale industry, transportation, banking, and domestic and foreign trade. The state would direct the course of economic development. Michel Aflaq, widely regarded as the founder of the Ba’athist movement, was a Fabian socialist. Aflaq’s ideas, along with those of Salah al-Din al-Bitar and Zaki al-Arsuzi, were realized in the Arab world in the form of dictatorial regimes in Iraq and Syria. Salāmah Mūsā of Egypt, another prominent advocate of Arab socialism, was an enthusiastic supporter of the Fabian Society and a member since 1909.

Karl Korsch, one of the icons of Cultural Marxism, was originally a member of the Fabian Society. He comes from a middle-class family in Hamburg and had a bank manager as his father. Thanks to his middle-class background, Karl did not have to work as a worker in any factory, but was allowed to study long and extensively in Jena, Munich, Berlin and Geneva and joined the German Social Democrats from the SPD. In London he worked with the law professor Sir Ernest Shuster and became a member of the Fabian Society. He praised the elite organization in texts such as “The Fabian Society” (1912) and brought the content to Germany. The money for the German socialist society plumbers also came from extremely rich men from the moneyed nobility. The infamous “Institute for Social Research” (IfS) came into being thanks to Felix Weil, heir to a multimillionaire and grain wholesaler. Weil worked with the Soviet Communists’ star spy Richard Sorge on the “First Marxist Working Week” in Thuringia, where prominent Marxists of the 1920s such as Karl Korsch, Georg Lukács and Friedrich Pollock took part. This meeting gave rise to the foundation of the Institute for Social Research and later the so-called Frankfurt School. The simple strategy of selling socialism to the masses was covered in all sorts of technical jargon by the academics associated with the IfS disguised. The “Critical Theory”, a dialectic of enlightenment, was created; people talked shop about dialectical materialism, phenomenology and epistemology. In the end, however, it was only about destabilizing civil society. During the German National Socialist regime, the IfS fled to the United States and was rebuilt by Horkheimer at the highly elite Columbia University in New York. The infamous “Critical Theory” was produced, a diatribe against the bourgeois-capitalist society, which is supposedly the nucleus of evil. This danger can only be overcome through re-education, a strong, omnipresent state and redistribution. Georg Lukács, one of the developers of the Frankfurt “Critical Theory”, does not come from the working class, but from the family of a powerful Habsburg banker from Hungary. After the 1918 revolution, he became deputy commissioner for culture and education in the Bolshevik regime of Bela Kun, a role in which he took part in the red terror against the enemies of the state. Later, under the guise of civilized cultural Marxist, he brought subversive techniques developed in Hungary to the West, such as an absurd form of sex education in which young children were told about unbridled “free love” and rebellion against their parents , rejection of the traditional family image, as well as a derailed feminist agenda that went far beyond the demand for equal rights. Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno continued to craft cultural terrorism to undermine the foundations of Western culture, such as Christianity, capitalism, the family, hierarchies, morality, sexual restraint, traditions, patriotism, loyalty and nationalism. Horkheimer was, unsurprisingly, the son of a wealthy businessman and became director of the Frankfurt School in 1930.


[1] List of Skull and Bones members, Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Skull_and_Bones_members

[2] http://www.uni-muenster.de/NiederlandeNet/nl-wissen/monarchie/personalen/bernhard.html

[3] The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, Daniel Estulin, DREAMSCAPE MEDIA

[4] Eichhorn, Noel (1963). Implications of Rising Carbon Dioxide Content of the Atmos-phere: A statement of trends and implications of carbon dioxide research reviewed at a conference of scientists. New York: The Conservation Foundation.


[5] The Super-Afrikaners. Inside the Afrikaner Broederbond, Ivor Wilkins and Hans Strydom

[6] Operation Lock and the War on Rhino Poaching, John Hanks, Penguin Random House South Africa

[7] Project Coast: Apartheid’s Chemical and Biological Warfare Program 20/12/2002 Chandré Gould & Peter Folb, UNIDIR, https://www.unidir.org/publication/project-coast-apartheids-chemical-and-biological- warfare programs

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