23 April 2021 - Michael Moore email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you cannot bring yourself to see that the eugenicists have found a way to assume control of the planet here are some facts. Look if you dare!
The following was stated as long ago as 1981 by the international banker and proud eugenicist, Jacques Attali, during Interviews with Michel Salomon in The ‘Faces of the Future,’ Seghers edition, published in France by Emi Lit when Attali was a senior adviser to French
President, Francoise Mitterand:
“In the future it will be a question of finding a way to reduce the population. We will start with the old, because as soon as it exceeds 60-65 years man lives longer than he produces and costs society dearly, then the weak and then the useless who do nothing for society because there will be more and more of them, and especially the stupid ones.
Euthanasia targeting these groups; euthanasia will have to be an essential instrument of our future societies, in all cases. We cannot of course execute people or set up camps. We will get rid of them by making them believe it is for their own good.
Too large a population, and for the most part unnecessary, is something economically too expensive. Socially, it is also much better for the human machine to come to an abrupt halt rather than gradually deteriorating. We won’t be able to run intelligence tests on millions and millions of people, you can imagine!
We will find something or cause it, a pandemic that targets certain people, a real economic crisis or not, a virus that will affect the old or the fat, it doesn’t matter, the weak will succumb to it, the fearful and the stupid will believe it and ask to be treated.
We will have taken care to have planned the treatment, a treatment that will be the solution.
The selection of idiots will thus be done on its own: they will go to the slaughterhouse on their own.”
The Weapons of Hyperconflict
What is eugenics? And what is a Eugenicist? Francis Galton (Charles Darwin’s cousin) was perhaps one of the most well-known eugenicists who coined the term in 1833 in his book “Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development”
Eugenics made its first official appearance in American history through marriage laws. In 1896, Connecticut made it illegal for people with epilepsy or who were “feeble-minded” to marry. Then in 1903, the American Breeder’s Association was created to study eugenics.
John Harvey Kellogg, of Kellogg cereal fame, an avowed eugenicist, set up the Race Betterment Foundation in 1911 and established a “pedigree registry.” The foundation hosted national conferences on eugenics in 1914, 1915 and 1928.
Prominent citizens, scientists and socialists joined the cause and established the Eugenics Record Office. This office tracked families and their genetic traits and claiming most people considered unfit were immigrants, minorities or poor.
The Eugenics Record Office also maintained that, “there was clear evidence that supposed negative family traits were caused by bad genes, not racism, economics or the social views of the time.”
Now we come to the actions of eugenicists. Specifically, Forced Sterilizations
Eugenics in America took a dark turn in the early 20th century, led by California. From 1909 to 1979, around 20,000 sterilizations occurred in California state mental institutions under the guise of ‘protecting society from the offspring of people with mental illness.’
Many sterilizations were forced and performed on minorities. Thirty-three states would eventually allow involuntary sterilization in whomever lawmakers deemed unworthy to procreate.
In fact, in 1927, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that forced sterilization of the handicapped does not violate the U.S. Constitution. In the words of Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendall Holmes, “…three generations of imbeciles are enough.”
In 1942, the ruling was overturned, but by then, thousands of people underwent the procedure.
In the 1930s, the governor of Puerto Rico, Menendez Ramos, implemented sterilization programs for Puerto Rican women. Ramos claimed the action was needed to battle rampant poverty and economic strife; however, it may have also been a way to prevent the so-called superior Aryan gene pool from becoming tainted with Latino blood.
‘According to a 1976 Government Accountability Office investigation, between 25 and 50 percent of Native Americans were sterilized between 1970 and 1976. It’s thought some sterilizations happened without consent during other surgical procedures such as an appendectomy.’
In some cases, health care for living children was denied unless their mothers agreed to sterilization.
Adolf Hitler and Eugenics
Pretty much everyone knows the story of Hitler and the forced sterilization in America was, nothing compared to Adolf Hitler’s eugenic experiments leading up to and during World War II. And did Hitler come up with the concept of a superior Aryan race all on his own? Oh no. In fact, he referred to American eugenics in his 1934 book, Mein Kampf.
In his book, Hitler declares non-Aryan races such as Jews and gypsies as inferior. He believed Germans should do everything possible, including genocide, to make sure their gene pool stayed pure. And in 1933, the Nazis created the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring which resulted in thousands of forced sterilizations.
By 1940, Hitler’s master-race mania embarked on the eugenics dream, the ‘final solution’ as hundreds of thousands of Germans with mental or physical disabilities were euthanized by gas or lethal injection.
Josef Mengele – An enthusiastic Eugenicist.
During World War II, concentration camp prisoners endured horrific medical tests under the guise of helping Hitler create the perfect race. Josef Mengele, an SS doctor at Auschwitz, oversaw many experiments on both adult and child twins.
For example, He used chemical eye drops to try and create blue eyes, injected prisoners with devastating diseases and performed surgery without anaesthesia. Many of his “patients” died or suffered permanent disability, and his gruesome experiments earned him the nickname, “Angel of Death.”
In all, it’s estimated eleven million people died during the Holocaust, most of them because they didn’t fit Hitler’s definition of a superior race. Which brings us to:
Thanks to the unspeakable atrocities of Hitler and the Nazis, eugenics lost momentum in after World War II, although forced sterilizations still happened. But as medical technology advanced, a new form of eugenics came on the scene. Modern eugenics, better known as human genetic engineering (as distinct to GMO), changes or removes genes to prevent disease, cure disease or improve your body in some significant way. The potential health benefits of human gene therapy are staggering since many devastating or life-threatening illnesses could be cured. This is done through mRMA therapy to change the DNA of an individual. And, like any tool, it can be used for abuse as well as help.
But modern genetic engineering also comes with a potential cost. As technology advances, people could routinely weed-out what they consider undesirable traits in their offspring. Genetic testing already allows parents to identify some diseases in their child in utero which may cause them to kill the baby in the womb.
This is controversial since what exactly constitutes “negative traits” is open to interpretation, and many people feel that all humans have the right to be born regardless of disease, or that the laws of nature shouldn’t be tampered with. This flies in the face of many religious beliefs.
This brings us to the present day and the ever expanding eugenicists program currently in progress.
Known eugenicists include:
H. G. Wells
George Bernard Shaw
John Maynard Keyes
Bill Gates (His parents were avowed Eugenicists and he was raised as such),
Dick Smith (Australia)
To name but a few.
Eugenics, based on flawed theories of genetics, was academically acceptable in the 1930s. For example, Professor Agar of Melbourne University was elected chairman of the provisional committee of the Racial Hygiene Society of Victoria in October 1936. It makes the basic assumption that man is a meat body and not a spiritual being. This flies in the face of billions of people’s belief that they are a spiritual being (regardless of the label used).
In the professor’s 1937 speech to the inaugural meeting of the Eugenics Society at Scots Hall in Melbourne, he emphasised that the most serious problem the Society might address was
"... the extreme disparity between the fertility rate of the two classes of society-those of superior natural endowments, intellectual and physical, and those of inferior qualities of mind and body."
Currently, as we have seen, many top influential people are known eugenicists and have embarked on a campaign to reduce the world’s population using the time honoured propaganda tools such as fear and mystery. Justifying it with the PR tool that what is left will be the best of the best. A master race if you will. In this case fear of a virus one cannot see and a blanket ‘medication’ which, by test, has shown to be ineffective in preventing one catching and passing on the self-same virus. Said gene therapy has been shown to have so many dangerous adverse effects to the point where many people are now not showing up for the ‘vaccine. At a recent bulk vaccination centre in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, hardly anyone showed up. But sad to say, most people will ‘go along with it, either by reason of apathy or not thinking for themselves or consider it too unbelievable that others would think that way. In many cases many will not look at it because they cannot confront evil and would rather pretend it is not happening and will devoid themselves of the responsibility of looking.
The Sars virus is a godsend to the eugenicist. It is the weapon they have been looking for. It is perfect. No one can say it does not exist. The program is now so all-encompassing the entire planet is caught up in agreement with it. Fear of the unknown is the best fear of all.
Time to change that.