The Frightening Agenda of the American Eugenics Movement
By Tony Platt
Following are the remarks Mr. Platt made to the California senate judiciary committee, June 24,
Eugenics and the decline of the American civilization
2003, regarding senate resolution no. 20 - relative to eugenics.
Since the spring 2002, state governments in Virginia, Oregon, and South Carolina, have published statements of apology to tens of thousands of patients, mostly poor women, who were sterilized against their will in state hospitals between the 1900s and 1960s. In March 2003, Governor Davis and Attorney General Lockyer added their regrets for the injustices committed in the name of "race betterment." Now, the California Senate is considering a resolution, authored by Senator Dede Alpert (D-San Diego), which "expresses profound regret over the state's past role in the eugenics movement" and "urges every citizen of the state to become familiar with the history of the eugenics movement, in the hope that a more educated and tolerant populace will reject any similar abhorrent pseudoscientific movement should it arise in the future."
Clayton County Political Buzz Examiner
Left attacks Republican Jim Russells eugenic and racist view while praising racist and eugenic founded Planned*Parenthood
China recently announced that eugenics (controlling birth rates by determining
if a fetus will have a costly birth defect) has reduced their reproduction
rate to 1.6. Per acknowledged sociologists, a reproduction rate of 2.1 (2.1
babies per one deceased person) is necessary to maintain a civilization.
Currently, the U.S. rate is 1.8 and is projected it to be 1.6 with the oncoming
health care "reform".
In other words, our civilization (the United States of America) is in danger of
falling apart if trends are not reversed. This has been true for many great
civilizations, such as ancient Egypt, First Roman Empire, the Greek Empire, the
Ottoman Empire, etc. Now, if a simple person like me can research and discover
these facts, is it safe to assume that there are others who know the same and
are purposefully leading our society in this direction? YES!! Just as a small
example, check out the Bill Gates' rationalization of eugenics and the
interpretation of choosing between continuing treatment of a diseased or elderly
person, of which he is a firm believer:
Rachel Maddow: White Supremacist-Connected Wrote AZ 'Papers Please' Law
A New York Republican hoping to displace the long-serving Democratic Rep. Nita Lowey will face an increasingly steep climb to electoral victory thanks to a revelation by Politicos Maggie Haberman, who dug up some of his published works and noted a number of distinctly racist elements in a 2001 piece published by the right-wing Occidental Quarterly.
Jim Russell, who enjoys the support of his states Republican Party and conservative establishment, has maintained a strongly anti-immigrant stance in his campaign against Lowey, who defeated him in 2008.
The same could be said of his 2001 essay for Occidental [PDF link], titled The Western Contribution to World History, which advises parents to establish appropriate ethnic boundaries for their children, and criticizes the film Save the Last Dance for depicting an interracial relationship.
He also opined against the racial integration of public schools and praised two individuals for their antisemitic ideas on how to limit the spread of Jews.
Russell even lauded some ideas behind the practice of eugenics, a radical ideology most commonly associated with Germanys Third Reich which seeks to preserve racial and ethnic purity.
In his essay, he also writes highly of the book, The Camp of the Saints, a tome held dear by many white supremacists. First published in France in the mid-70s, The Camp of the Saints depicts a mass migration from India into Europe, resulting in a radically altered political reality.
The book characterizes non-whites as horrific and uncivilized monsters who will stop at nothing to greedily and violently seize what rightfully belongs to the white man, the Southern Poverty Law Center explained.
Strange Bedfellows: Eugenics and the Tea Party
MSNBC The Rachel Maddow Show - 26 April 2010: Rachel reports on the Arizona "immigration" law. The bill was introduced by Republican state senator Russell Pearce, who circulated a white separatist e-mail screed, and who also got caught on tape hugging a neo-Nazi. The guy taking credit for writing the law is Kris Kobach, a birther running for secretary of state in Kansas, and who is an attorney for the legal arm of FAIR, an "immigration reform" group whose founder, John Tanton, argued in 1986 about whites being out-populated by non-whites. The group has been funded for nine years of its existence by The Pioneer Fund, formed "in the Darwinian-Galtonian evolutionary tradition, and the eugenics movement."
REPORTER (VIDEO): "What does an illegal immigrant look like? Does it look like me?"
GOV. JAN BREWER (R-AZ) (VIDEO): "I do not know. I do not know what an illegal immigrant looks like. I can tell you that I think that there are people in Arizona that assume that they know what an illegal immigrant looks like."
MADDOW: "In the meantime, 'papers, please.'
Before this bill was actually signed into law, we told you about the guy who introduced it in the first place. It's this guy, Republican state senator Russell Pearce. Mr. Pearce is famous in Arizona for having sent an email to his supporters that included a white nationalist screed - accusing the media of pushing the view of 'a world in which every voice proclaims the equality of the races, the inerrant nature of the Jewish 'Holocaust' tale, the wickedness of attempting to halt the flood non-White aliens pouring across our borders...' Mr. Pearce sent that around to all his supporters, a move he latter apologized for. Russell Pearce is also famous for having been caught on tape hugging a neo-Nazi. You know, like a real neo-Nazi; not some sort of metaphorical, Godwin's Law-invoking neo-Nazi, but an actual neo-Nazi guy. See, with the swaztikas? Russell Pearce is the guy who introduced this radical 'immigration' bill in Arizona that just became law.
But if you want to meet the guy who's taking credit for writing the new law. That would be a gentleman named Kris Kobach. Kris Kobach is a birther. He's running for secretary of state in Kansas right now. His campaign website today brags 'Kobach Wins One in Arizona.'
The guy who helped write Arizona's new 'immigration' bill is also an attorney for the Immigration Reform Law Institute. That's the legal arm of an immigration group that's called FAIR - the 'Federation For American Immigration Reform.' FAIR was founded in 1979 by a man named John Tanton. Mr. Tanton is still listed as a member of FAIR's board of directors.
Just for some insight into where FAIR and John Tanton are coming from, seven years after he started FAIR, Mr. Tanton wrote this: '... to govern is to populate... will the present majority peaceably hand over its political power to a group that is simply more fertile? ... As whites see their power and control over their lives declinging, will they simply go quietly into the night? or will there be an explosion?'
That's FAIR, who helped write Arizona's new anti-immigrant law. After John Tanton got FAIR off the ground, for nine of the first years of the group's existence, the group reportedly received more than a million dollars in funding from something called The Pioneer Fund. The Pioneer Fund describes itself as a group formed 'in the Darwinian-Galtonian evolutionary tradition, and the eugenics movement.'
For the last seventy years, The Pioneer Fund has funded controversial research about race and intelligence, essentially aimed at proving the racial superiority of white people. The group's original mandate was to promote the genes of those 'deemed to be descended predominantly from white persons who settled in the original thirteen states prior to the adoption of the Constitution.'......
Eugenics, the Council for National Policy (CNP), and the Pioneer Fund
Most people are aware by now that the Tea Party movement has been astroturfed by an organization called FreedomWorks, chaired by former Majority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives and self proclaimed 'Austrian economist', Dick Armey. Whether or not people consider this to be of any importance is another story, but I'm hoping this helps open a few eyes.
Dick Armey has sat aboard the secretive Council for National Policy, an organization described by Mark Crispin Miller as a
"highly secretive... theocratic organization -- what they want is basically religious rule.
The CNP's memberships rosters reveal that the organization is essentially the hidden 'brain' behind the GOP - everyone from Oliver North, Phyllis Schlafy, Tom Delay, Trent Lott, Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, and Reverend Sun Myung Moon have attended, with the purpose of networking conservative, religious parties to help shape public policy. Michael Chertoff, George W. Bush, and John Ashcroft have addressed the CNP; it is rumoured that Sarah Palin is a member.
Through the incredible work of the Collins brothers I have finally gotten a grasp on the entire fascist nexus of the elite in America. This latest one literally wraps it all up: from the current vetting of Palin by the CNP to the Pioneer Fund to the Nazis and the Eugenic establishment (then and now).
It has become customary since the ascendancy of Bush II for fascism to be leisurely thrown about as a description of the current state of affairs in America. Rather than a haphazard utterance, as is too often the case, I believe the work of the Collins brothers - taken as a whole - has proven it beyond a doubt. It is no accident that the Eugenics movement of the Eastern Establishment aided and abetted the final solution of Nazi Germany, and were the brains and money behind the entire apparatus of population control throughout the 20th century. And it is no accident that those same eugenic networks continue to operate today, and are intimately connected with the Council for National Policy (CNP). It is truly no accident we smell fascism in the air: the Nazis, the Harrimans, the Bushes, the Osborns, Skull and Bones, the Neocons, the CNP, the Dominionists, the Rockefellers, and the Eugenicists are all the same creature.