There is an agenda by the Dark Ones to depopulate billions of people on earth. In their perspective, there are too many people for them to control effectively and the population growth is depleting resources.
This plan to reduce population by famine, pestilence and biological warfare, was drafted by the U.S. State Department's Office of Population Affairs in a document called "Global 2000" for the Carter administration. The Club of Rome was involved with the plan.
In 1979, during President Jimmy Carter's terms in office, the Georgia Guidestone was ordered to be constructed by Elberton Granite Finishing Company at the hilltop in Elbert County, Georgia. The monument was unveiled in March 1980. On the Guidestone was engraved a set of ten guidelines in eight different languages.
The first guideline is quite disturbing, because it is essentially suggesting a policy of depopulation. The construction of the Guidestone coincides quite nicely with the creation of the Global 2000 report. Essentially, the depopulation agenda is very real and the Georgia Guidestone can be considered to be a significant physical evidence of it.
"I have already written off more than a billion people. These people are in places in Africa, Asia, Latin America. We can't save them. The population crisis and the food supply question dictate that we should not even try.
It's a waste of time. These people will suffer from continuous cycles of natural disaster, famine, hunger, flood, drought. Some old fools and young ones may talk of trying to mount a noble effort to help these people.
But they can't be saved."
-General Maxwell Taylor, former commander-in-chief of the U.S. forces during the Vietnam War, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President John Kennedy.