Saturday, January 30, 2016

Crypto-Eugenics Population Control: Policy and Propaganda -- and a True Story

…they had to pursue a strategy … called “crypto-eugenics.” In essence, “You seek to fulfill the aims of eugenics without disclosing what you are really aiming at and without mentioning the word.” This is how the Eugenics Society conceived of its funding for the IPPF.
– Matthew Connelly, Fatal Misconception: The Struggle to Control World Population (Harvard University Press, 2008), p. 163
Zombietime, the site that documented the totalitarian proclivities of Obama’s Science Czar John P. Holdren, has a new article. It turns out that the policies advocated in Holdren’s now-legendary Ecoscience (1973) were directly influenced by The Challenge of Man’s Future (1954) by eugenicist Harrison Brown.

Harrison Brown’s book, Holdren admitted in 1986, “transformed my thinking about the world and about the sort of career I wanted to pursue.” As documented by Zombietime, the type of “thinking about the world” espoused in The Challenge of Man’s Future, includes such wisdom as:
The feeble-minded, the morons, the dull and backward, and the lower-than-average persons in our society are outbreeding the superior ones at the present time. … Is there anything that can be done to prevent the long-range degeneration of human stock? Unfortunately, at the present time there is little, other than to prevent breeding in persons who present glaring deficiencies clearly dangerous to society and which are known to be of a hereditary nature. Thus we could sterilize or in other ways discourage the mating of the feeble-minded. We could go further and systematically attempt to prune from society, by prohibiting them from breeding, persons suffering from serious inheritable forms of physical defects, such as congenital deafness, dumbness, blindness, or absence of limbs. … A broad eugenics program would have to be formulated which would aid in the establishment of policies that would encourage able and healthy persons to have several offspring and discourage the unfit from breeding at excessive rates.  (more...)

This is pretty much the material covered in required elective coursework during my engineering studies at the University of Toronto. Call it Technocracy 101 with a heavy seasoning of feminaziism.

About a decade ago on a very cold night in winter, my wife received a call from her friend, call her Lilly (names are changed for obvious reasons), a part of her network of Brazilian expatriates. Lilly was waiting to cross a street when she noticed a woman without a coat singing to herself at the street corner. When the light changed, Lilly began to cross, but noticed that the woman remained and just continued singing. Concerned, she returned and asked the woman if she was cold and if she had a coat. Lilly took her to a coffee shop and began to piece together her story.

Edith (not her real name) had not taken her medication and was not very coherent. Lilly managed to get her home and medicated, while asking about Edith's situation. Edith was a mother of six children. Her husband had fallen into trouble with the law and, not having permanent status, was deported back to Jamaica. This left Edith and her six children without their husband, father, and principle breadwinner. Child protective services swept away her children and sent them into foster care.

The children's grandmother managed to collect 5 of the children and care for them at her home. One was sent by social workers to an upscale neighborhood in Kitchener, away from the rest of the family. My son went to school with some of these children, and we were able to get a good picture of the situation. Lilly and my wife teamed up to support Edith in her efforts to regain her family.

As time passed, the children aged out of the system, and returned to their mother. Sometimes buying groceries when the cupboards were bare, getting Edith to take her drugs when she forgot, or just sharing a prayer, we got Edith through her ordeal. However, the one daugher that was sent to Kitchner never returned. Her different lifestyle had alienated her from her family, so she had no desire to come back. When she aged out, her foster family sent her away so new, paying, children could be accepted.

Although she had the same constitution as her siblings, her rich diet and drug regime led the Kitchener child to develop diabetes; the only one to do so. Life alone with such a condition was not safe, and at age 25, the girl enterd a comma and died. Edith called my wife a week ago to tell us the sad news.

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