1972 - first report to the Club of Rome, The Limits to Growth.
1974 - The Kissinger Report: NSSM-200 Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security Interests
Book by Henry Kissinger
World population growth since World War II is quantitatively and qualitatively different from any previous epoch in human history... total growth rates are close to 2 percent a year, compared with about 1 percent before World War II, under 0.5 percent in 1750-1900, and far lower rates before 1750
So two years later, in 1974, Henry Kissinger authored the Kissinger Report, which followed up on the same theme put forth by Meadows, advocating a systematic reduction of the population of Third World countries through the introduction of birth control (including abortion), fomenting civil wars and orchestrated famine. Now those same strategic weapons are being turned inward on the United States and the West, with the addition of poisonous medical treatments disguised as “vaccines.”