“Plans much bigger than communism’ have been set in motion” and people who were not primarily in public office, but people of prominence and known to the public through their occupations or private positions have the power to devise and implement such plans” revealed eminent professor Dr Richard Day, but this was not a recent revelation, this was said back in 1969! According to Dr Day the plan was “..to enter the twenty-first century with a running start. Everything is in place and nobody can stop us now…”
By now, we all know, or should know, that we are living through an era that has been planned for many years, and the plandemic, was not merely “the window of opportunity” for a”great reset” that Klaus Schwab would like us to believe. No, the reset required a situation whereby the masses would readily adhere to orders no matter how inhumane, irrational or downright ridiculous they may be.
Fear and confusion a perceived “deadly pandemic” would elicit, made it the perfect scenario to render individuals helpless and malleable, a combination that would not only enable, a coup d’état with plans of totalitarian control, but would have some individuals positively welcoming it. If only they had been made aware of the plans that “people of prominence” had for us!
However, those plans have been in the public for years. For instance, on June the 8th, 2015 Henri Thibodeau wrote a piece in his blog about the predictions of Dr Richard Day, and how the world would be today.
Below are the topics included in the information from Dr Dunegan, which are arguably unusual subjects in 1969?
Euthanasia and the “Demise Pill”
Families will diminish in importance
Fashion and sexuality
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) crops
Living Space & Agenda 21
Media and sex
New difficult-to-diagnose and untreatable disease
Suppressing cancer cures as a means of population control
The full article by Henri Thibodeau has been republished below.
Back in 1969, Dr Richard Day made some astonishing predictions about where the world would be today.
Posted on June 8, 2015 by Henri Thibodeau
Dr. Richard Day taught at Mount Sinai from 1968 until he retired in 1971. Earlier he had been national medical director of Planned Parenthood (1965-1968); professor and chairman of the department of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh (1956 to 1965); professor and chairman of the department of pediatrics in the Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn (1953 to 1956) and associate professor at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University (1935 to 1953) | New York Times Obituary, June 16, 1989
There was a meeting of pediatricians and students that took place on the 20th of 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 the 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.
At a dinner after the meeting on the 20th of March 1969, Dr Day asked the attendees (a close group of colleagues) 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.