Sunday, December 6, 2009


Many people are familiar with Hitler's eugenics program of developing the master race. Few people realize that eugenics was actually imported to Germany from the United States. Eugenics is the practice of selective breeding and the elimination of any people deemed inferior or possessing corrupt or degenerative genes. It's practice in the United States began in the late 1800's.

In 1883, Sir Francis Galton began the social movement known as Eugenics. Galton was half cousin to Charles Darwin and relied heavily on his evolution theory in creating Eugenics. The social philosophy of Eugenics was the promotion of breeding rights to advance certain gene pools thought to be superior to others. Those deemed inferior were subject to segregation, institutionalization, sterilization, medical experimentation, euthanasia, extermination, and ultimately genocide. Some well known Eugenicists include; H.G. Wells, Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, George Bernard Shaw, Margret Sanger, and of course Adolph Hitler.

Groups of people who were targeted by Eugenicists include, African Americans, Chinese, Native Americans, Mexicans, mentally ill, blind, prostitutes, homosexuals, poor, and eventually the Jews. Many other groups were targeted also. It should be noted that many people were opposed to these atrocious actions, but the movement also gained prominence in high society including many prominent universities. Eugenics became known for the sinister plan it really is after the world discovered the genocidal implementation carried out by Hitler on the Jews, Gypsies, and other groups of people deemed impure and degenerative.

Many people would like to believe that Eugenics is totally a thing of the past. Unfortunately, even though the formal movement known as Eugenics, dropped from sight in the social landscape, evidence can be found of surviving branches of the movement still exist. The fact that Eugenics was very prominent within the elite influential people in society, Carnegie and Rockefeller helped fund the group, two perhaps three presidents supported it, I think it is obvious the group went underground. Margret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood was a staunch supporter. Population control, especially among minorities is still a widely pushed agenda. Abortions are widely encouraged also. Population control is just a nice way to say population reduction, of certain groups of people. Eugenics is alive and well in other areas also.

Race specific Bio weapons are something very few people realize exist. Proof of these weapons is difficult to come by. If we look at some diseases we don't have to look very far to find one that targets specific groups of people. Aids is a disease that effects way more people of African decent.
Perhaps a little known fact may help enlighten you as to the intent of certain groups. In 1977 under a mandate from the World Health Organization, millions of small pox vaccines were administered in Africa. One of the ingredients in those vaccines was a secret virus. This virus was the beginning of the Aids epidemic. At the same time the same virus was given to young homosexuals in San Francisco and New York in hepatitis B vaccines administered by the CDC. Interesting how these groups of people were also original targets by the Eugenicists in the original program. This also gives one yet another reason to question the WHO's motivation in
declaring a level 6 pandemic and trying to mandate a world wide vaccination program. Our world is not always so nice, it is often quite the contrary. It should be noted also that the 1918 Spanish Flu was kicked off by the mass vaccination of soldiers. Once they came home they were bring more than just happy homecomings. Guess who funded the vaccinations of all world war 1 troops on both sides of the war? The exact same people who funded the war. The exact same people who funded Eugenics. The exact same people who run the monetary system on the planet today. Yeah, I would say it's a safe bet Eugenics is alive and well today. In the age of political correctness it just went underground! The most recent branch of the Eugenic tree, you ask. The infamous Human Genome Project! Don't take my word for it. Investigate it for yourself!


  1. This is really an interesting topic. I've been reading about the history of eugenics, and it is really amazing how great intellectuals and some "great leaders" supported it: Churchill, Teddy Roosevelt and others.

    The IQ test was also invented by eugenicists to meausure intelligence, and therefore, fitness. It was brought to America to implement eugenic programs.

    I've read that 60000 American were sterilized under compulsory programs, and many more voluntarily. This is really amazing. Kind of a secret part of our history. Maybe it is only an embarrasing part of it, though.

    Pablo's Origins Blog

  2. It amazed me how so many outwardly thought that Eugenics was a great idea! The Supreme Court case Buck vs. Bell ruled in favor of forced sterilization. It still stands on the books till this day! It is a very interesting topic, and I think should get much more awareness as the movement showed yet another organized effort to push racism and genocide, two of the ruling elite's favorite pastimes! Unfortunately these toxic attitudes seep into society. History reveals how we got to where we are today. That is if you dig for it, and do not accept the sanitized government version. Thanks for the comment, Pablo, I very much appreciate it!

  3. For more on Eugenics watch the documentary: Maafa21. A short preview is here: www.maafa21com