During the meeting in Pittsburgh, Dr Day touched on the subject of cancer, and what he relayed to his audience shocked then, and many readers may find his revelations shocking also.
Dr Day said “We can cure almost every cancer right now . Information is on file in the Rockefeller Institute, if it’s ever decided that it should be released.”
Dr Dunegan recalls what Dr Day said very clearly, because he found it unbelievable (as did the other attendees) that an institute who could effectively treat one of the most destructive diseases known to humanity would withhold that knowledge.
Dr Day continued “But consider – if people stop dying of cancer, how rapidly we would become overpopulated. You may as well die of cancer as something else.”
He then went on to explain that treatment would be geared more towards easing some of the symptoms and making the sufferer comfortable rather than a cure.
Although the Rockefeller Institute have taken precautions to hide the information within the institute, Dr Day said that one day it may come to light if independent researchers get close to developing the same technology and cure. But for the time being letting people die of cancer was a good thing because it would slow down the problem of overpopulation.
As with the attendees at the meeting, any normal thinking person may disbelieve that an organisation which purports to research cures and new medical treatments would withhold this vital information. But as we have seen many times before, where there is power and money anything can happen, especially when the supporters of eugenics are involved.
So let’s take a look at the Rockefeller Institute.
The Rockefeller Institute (for Medical Research) changed its name to The Rockefeller University in 1965.
The institute was founded in 1901 by John D. Rockefeller, an American business magnate who was one of six children born to con artist/travelling salesman, William Avery “Bill” Rockefeller, and housewife Eliza Davison in Richford, New York in 1839.
Rockefeller made his fortune in the oil and petroleum industries through Standard Oil, eventually developing them to hold significant shares of the petroleum and oil markets in the U.S. until antitrust laws curtained their significant holdings.
At the time of his death in 1937 Rockefeller’s wealth made him the wealthiest person in recent history, far surpassing the fortune of Bill Gates.
The institute was the first biomedical institute in the United States and initially concentrated on biomedical engineering. It became the first institute for clinical research in the U.S. when it opened The Rockefeller Hospital on the campus in 1910.