An extensive and horrific post at the Life News site shows how Warren Buffet has been promoting abortion and depopulation. From 2001 to 2012 Buffet gave 1.2 billion dollars to abortion groups all over the globe.
Remember, much of that money (especially since quantitative easing began) is a subsidy from the Federal Reserve, a parasitic leeching from the real economy into his portfolio. The Federal Reserve drives up stock market bubbles, and as long as Berkshire Hathaway knows when to get out, they make a personal fortune from the Federal Reserve “stimulating the economy”—which really means stimulating to 0.1 of the 1 percent.
Not only has Buffet been a huge force behind abortion worldwide, but he has been instrumental in promoting abortion in the United States. Among many other things revealed at Life Site news, we find that Buffet was advocating for abortion before the Roe v. Wade decision.
When abortions were legal in California, but still illegal elsewhere in the country, Buffett and [current vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Charles] Munger sponsored a “church” dubbed the Ecumenical Fellowship that helped women find places to get abortions. Munger once raised his glass at a party for Los Angeles obstetrician Keith Russell, declaring that “I want to toast Dr. Russell for the thousands of babies he didn’t deliver,” according to “Damn Right: Behind the Scenes with Berkshire Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger” by Janet Lowe. Buffett himself wrote the foreword to this book, with nothing but praise for Munger, whom he has known since 1959.
Munger was proud of the role he and Buffett had played. “We were way ahead of the national office of Planned Parenthood in arranging abortions,” said Munger. “The Planned Parenthood chapter in Los Angeles wanted to get into that business, but didn’t know how. We merged our church, the Ecumenical Fellowship, headed by the same guy who headed the Clergy Counseling Service, into the Los Angeles chapter of Planned Parenthood.” Munger was a trustee and chief financial officer for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles for “many years.”
According to “The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life” by Alice Schroeder, the Ecumenical Fellowship was “part of the country’s abortion underground railroad.” This “underground railroad” helped women find places to get abortions in states where it was already legal before Roe v. Wade.
Buffett and Munger were also involved in People v. Belous, an early abortion case, which was cited during Roe v. Wade. The case declared laws against abortion in California to be unconstitutional. “Munger helped write the opinion. Buffett said he had never seen Munger ‘so fired up,” Schroeder explained in “The Snowball.”
Finally, remember that while a version of “equality” between men and women helps the medicine go down, this is fundamentally about depopulation. The article produces a lot of evidence for this “Malthusian” mission. It also leads the reader to this terrifying Human Events column from 2006:
Buffett has given millions to pro-abortion and population control efforts over the years, and has even funded the anti-Catholic Catholics for a Free Choice. But how much of a priority is it for him? Reported the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Nov. 13, 1997, about his wife’s foundation, “One of the foundation’s directors, Mr. Buffett’s daughter, Susie, told The Chronicle that she did expect that population control would be the foundation’s top priority. ‘That’s what my father has always believed was the biggest and most important issue, so that will be the focus,’ she said. ‘I feel as his child that it’s important to carry out his wishes. It’s his money.’”
This man is an enemy—siphoning money through the corrupt fiat currency system and redirecting it to the international killers’ club. May God frustrate and confound his blood lust.