Open letter to the Heads of State of NAM countries – Friends not enemies

By Kevin Galalae | Intellihub News

Distinguished Heads of State and members of the Non-Affiliated Movement,

Over the past four decades, your countries have been dragged into the UN-delegated Global Depopulation Policy and forced to subject the people to chemical and biological agents that undermine human fertility and to psychosocial and economic measures that subvert the family.

You were given no choice and were told that the science is sound and the suffering minimal to justify this silent global genocide and in the process the debasement of the rule of law and of every moral covenant that our forefathers have in their wisdom imbedded in our social structures and religious institutions.

You were shown statistics and projections that forecast the end of all life on earth should humanity fail to stop humanity from outgrowing the planet’s finite resources and damaging earth’s life support systems.

The objectives of the Global Depopulation Policy are absolutely necessary if we are to ensure peace on earth and the survival of the species, but the methods used are patently wrong, fundamentally immoral and bound to fail.  These diabolical methods are the result of a million compromises and two formerly insurmountable obstacles: first, the intractability of religious authorities with respect to contraceptives and abortion and, secondly, the unelectability of politicians advocating population control.  These obstacles are no longer insurmountable and the time to change course is now.

We, the people, have awakened to the brutal reality that humankind has become the victim of its own success and has outgrown the planet’s resources.  We, the people, now understand that it is not right to sacrifice our children and the planet to satisfy our impulses, greed, indifference and ignorance.  We, the people, have acquired the wisdom necessary to take responsibility for the Global Depopulation Policy and to voluntarily accept family size restrictions rather than continue to be covertly poisoned into sterility and ultimately oblivion.   You no longer need to fear us.  You need to empower us so we can act accordingly.  And you need to dignify us with the respect that we deserve and now demand.

Do not repeat the mistakes of western governments.  You have the opportunity – and the support of all western people – to do it right and to benefit from our trials and errors.  Learn from our mistakes, do not copy them.  At the same time, do not labor under the vain hope that population control is not absolutely necessary and best tackled through legislation, the way China has done.

The secrecy is gone.  The deception has fallen.   Without these two screens an extra-judicial program of mass poisoning and mass murder cannot proceed.  If you think it can, you will be the cause of global conflict.  This is the time to stand up for your people and put their interests before your own by condemning the existing world order openly and severely so that we can begin a new era of global cooperation and democratize the institutions of global governance, dissolve all borders, adopt a global digital currency, and share resources worldwide and fairly to be able to survive the next three decades, which are critical because we will need to accommodate 2 to 3 more billion people until the global population peaks and then starts to decrease.

The way forward can no longer be imposed on the world by the United Nations, through mutual coercion mutually agreed upon, and by the professional and self-serving elites of western nations, who have chosen themselves and doomed the rest of us.  The way forward is the OM Principles; the people’s way, which requires that we all sacrifice and that we all benefit in equal measure.

Should you fail to seize the opportunity that civil society now provides you with to break rank with the coalition of the unwilling, your names will be written in history with the blood of innocents and you will be reviled for all eternity.  We only get one chance to build a global civilization so we better make sure we build it on the right foundation and not on the corpses of infants.

Call an emergency meeting for all NAM countries and publicly disassociate yourselves from the covert methods of population control currently in effect.  Stand together and speak as one. Address the people honestly and passionately and they will listen.  Present them with the choice of continuing to be covertly poisoned into chronic illness and oblivion or voluntarily adopting family size restrictions.     Let the Laws of Conscience and Consciousness serve as your guide.

You can be the cause of worldwide revolt and in the process of your own demise or you can be agents of change for the better by allowing a peaceful transition towards people’s empowerment and overt population control.  There will be no other opportunity.

I will travel when and where I am needed to educate and convince the public of what is at stake and why we must work together as brothers and sisters regardless of color, creed, or country.

It is within your power to ensure that the era of enlightenment begins today.  All you need to do is show a little courage and have faith in humanity.

With utmost respect,

Kevin Galalae

The above letter is addressed and was sent to the following heads of state:

  1. Afghanistan, President Hamid Karzai
  2. Algeria, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika
  3. Angola, President José Eduardo dos Santos
  4. Antigua and Barbuda,  Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer
  5. Azerbaijan,  President Ilham Aliyev & Prime Minister Artur Rasizade
  6. Bahamas,  Prime Minister Perry Christie
  7. Bahrain,  King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa & Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa
  8. Bangladesh,  President Abdul Hamid & Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
  9. Barbados,  Prime Minister Freundel Stuart
  10. Belarus,  President Alexander Lukashenko & Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich
  11. Belize,  Prime Minister Dean Barrow
  12. Benin,  President Yayi Boni
  13. Bhutan,  King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck & Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay
  14. Bolivia,  President Evo Morales
  15. Botswana,  President Ian Khama
  16. Brunei Darussalam,  Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah
  17. Burkina Faso,  President Blaise Compaoré & Prime Minister Luc-Adolphe Tiao
  18. Burundi,  President Pierre Nkurunziza
  19. Cambodia,  King Norodom Sihamoni & Prime Minister Hun Sen
  20. Cameroon,  President Paul Biya & Prime Minister Philémon Yang
  21. Cape Verde,  President Jorge Carlos Fonseca & Prime Minister José Maria Neves
  22. Central African Republic,  Acting President Catherine Samba-Panza & Acting Prime Minister André Nzapayeké
  23. Chad,  President Idriss Déby & Prime Minister Kalzeubet Pahimi Deubet
  24. Chile,  President Michelle Bachelet
  25. Colombia,  President Juan Manuel Santos
  26. Comoros,  President Ikililou Dhoinine
  27. Congo,  President Denis Sassou Nguesso
  28. Côte d’Ivoire,  President Alassane Ouattara & Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan
  29. Cuba,  President Raúl Castro
  30. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,  Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un
  31. Djibouti,  President Ismail Omar Guelleh & Prime Minister Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed
  32. Dominica,  President Charles Savarin & Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit
  33. Dominican Republic,  President Danilo Medina & Vice President Cedeño de Fernández
  34. Democratic Republic of the Congo,  President Joseph Kabila & Prime Minister Augustin Matata Ponyo
  35. Ecuador,  President Rafael Correa
  36. Egypt,  Acting President Adly Mansour & Acting Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab
  37. Equatorial Guinea,  President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo & Prime Minister Vicente Ehate Tomi
  38. Eritrea,  President Isaias Afewerki
  39. Ethiopia,  President Mulatu Teshome & Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
  40. Fiji,  President Epeli Nailatikau & Acting Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama
  41. Gabon,  President Ali Bongo Ondimba & Prime Minister Daniel Ona Ondo
  42. Gambia,  President Yahya Jammeh
  43. Ghana,  President John Dramani Mahama
  44. Grenada,  Prime Minister Keith Mitchell
  45. Guatemala,  President Otto Pérez Molina
  46. Guinea,  President Alpha Condé & Prime Minister Mohamed Said Fofana
  47. Guinea Bissau,  Acting President Manuel Serifo Nhamadio & Acting Prime Minister Rui Duarte de Barros
  48. Guyana,  President Donald Ramotar & Prime Minister Sam Hinds
  49. Haiti,  President Michel Martelly & Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe
  50. Honduras,  President Juan Orlando Hernández
  51. India,  President Pranab Mukherjee & Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
  52. Indonesia,  President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
  53. Iran (Islamic Republic of),  Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei & President Hassan Rouhani
  54. Iraq,  President Jalal Talabani & Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki
  55. Jamaica,  Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller
  56. Jordan,  King Abdullah II & Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour
  57. Kenya,  President Uhuru Kenyatta
  58. Kuwait,  Emir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah & Prime Minister Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah
  59. Lao People’s Democratic Republic,  President Choummaly Sayasone & Prime Minister Thongsing Thammayong
  60. Lebanon,  President Michel Suleiman & Prime Minister Tammam Salam
  61. Lesotho,  King Letsie III and Prime Minister Tom Thabane
  62. Liberia,  President Ellen Johnson Shirleaf
  63. Libya,  President Nouri Abusahmain & Acting Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thanay
  64. Madagascar,  President Hery Rajaonarimampianina & Prime Minister Omer Beriziky
  65. Malawi,  President Joyce Banda
  66. Malaysia,  King Abdul Halim & Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak
  67. Maldives,   President Abdulla Yamaeen Abdul Gayoom
  68. Mali,  President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta & Prime Minister Oumar Tatam Ly
  69. Mauritania,  President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz & Prime Minister Moulaye Ould Mohamed Laghdaf
  70. Mauritius,  President Kailash Purryag & Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam
  71. Mongolia,  President Tsakhiagiin & Prime Minister Norovyn Altankhuyag
  72. Morocco,  King Mohammed VI & Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane
  73. Mozambique,  President Armando Guebuza & Prime Minister Alberto Vaquina
  74. Myanmar,  President Thein Sein
  75. Namibia,  President Hifikepunye Pohamba & Prime Minister Hage Geingob
  76. Nepal,  President Ram Baran Yadav & Prime Minister Sushil Koirala
  77. Nicaragua,  President Daniel Ortega
  78. Niger,  President Mahamadou Issoufou & Prime Minister Brigi Rafini
  79. Nigeria,  President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan
  80. Oman,  Sultan Oaboos bin Said al Said & Deputy Prime Minister Fahd bin Mahmoud al Said
  81. Pakistan,  President Mamnoon Hussain & Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif
  82. Palestine,  President Mahmoud Abbas, Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah & Prime Minister Ismail Haniya
  83. Panama,  President Ricardo Martinelli
  84. Papua New Guinea,  Prime Minister Peter O’Neill
  85. Peru, President Ollanta Humala & Prime Minister René Cornejo
  86. Philippines,  President Benigno Aquino III
  87. Qatar,   Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani & Prime Minister Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani
  88. Rwanda,  President Paul Kagame & Prime Minister Pierre Habumuremyi
  89. Saint Kitts and Nevis,  Prime Minister Denzil Douglas
  90. Saint Lucia,  Prime Minister Kenny Anthony
  91. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,  Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves
  92. Sao Tome and Principe,  President Manuel Pinto da Costa & Prime Minister Gabriel Costa
  93. Saudi Arabia,  King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz
  94. Senegal,  President Macky Sall & Prime Minister Aminata Touré
  95. Seychelles,  President James Michael
  96. Sierra Leone,  President Ernest Bai Koroma
  97. Singapore,  President Tony Tan Keng Yam & Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
  98. Somalia,  President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud & Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed
  99. South Africa,  President Jacob Zuma
  100. Sri Lanka,  President Mahinda Rajapaksa & Prime Minister D.M. Jayaratne
  101. Sudan,  President Omar al-Bashir
  102. Suriname,  President Dési Bouterse
  103. Swaziland,  King Mswati III & Prime Minister Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini
  104. Syrian Arab Republic,  President Bashar al-Assad & Prime Minister Wael Nader al-Halqi
  105. Thailand,  King Bhumipol Adulyadei & Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (caretaker)
  106. Timor-Leste,  President Taur Matan Ruak & Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão
  107. Togo,  President Faure Gnassingbé & Prime Minister Kwesi Ahoomey-Zunu
  108. Trinidad and Tobago,  President Anthony Carmona & Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
  109. Tunisia,  President Moncef Marzouki & Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa
  110. Turkmenistan,  President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
  111. Uganda,  President Yoweri Museveni & Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi
  112. United Arab Emirates,  President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan & Prime Minister Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
  113. United Republic of Tanzania,   President Jakaya Kikwete & Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda
  114. Uzbekistan,  President Islam Karimov & Prime Minister Shaykat Mirziyoyev
  115. Vanuatu,   President Iolu Abil & Prime Minister Moana Carcasses Kalosil
  116. Venezuela,  President Nicolás Maduro
  117. Vietnam,  Communist Party Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng & President Trương Tấn Sang
  118. Yemen,  President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi & Prime Minister Mohammed Basindawa
  119. Zambia,  President Michael Sata & Vice-President Guy Scott
  120. Zimbabwe,  President Robert Mugabe