Eugenics: The Fall of Western Civilization (pt. one)

*I’m not yet sure how long this is going to be, but I will keep each post at around a thousand words or so. All of the information presented is not based on facts, but ARE THE FACTS. Anyone can do their own research and easily find out for themselves.

Philip K. Dick had written many books on the future of western society, and many are seen to be coming into fruition with new advances in technology. One of his more popular books, however, came to be a reality in the 1940s, and has been kept secret since.

Today, the US is in the most chaotic state it has ever been in history, according to what we know of it. From people being paid to instigate riots among those who are protesting against police brutality statistics that they refuse to believe are actually false, to kids in colleges wanting rights for every new pronoun they decide to tack onto the gender debate merely because their professors tell them it’s for equality—not knowing their professors are paid by a corrupt educational system, nor of the ramifications of what they’re truly asking for. What many can’t or refuse to see is that this has all been in the works since the early 19th century (perhaps, thousands of years, but let’s keep this as recent as possible for your own sake).

I have no idea where to start with this, so let’s get this out of the way:

The term “homosexual” is an oxymoron or a misnomer, as well as “bisexual” and “asexual,” all having nothing to do with the definition of the word ‘sex’—coitus between a male and female for the purpose of procreation. These words, as well as “oral sex” and “anal sex,” have been injected into our western culture in order to aid in the re-engineering of society by a movement that began in 1883, and was thought to have ended at the start of WWII. It is responsible for many historical atrocities around the world, and continues to be the sole reason for the chaos of today.

The Eugenics movement first took over the US in the late 19th century by Sir Francis Galton, a British scholar and cousin of Charles Darwin. Eugenics is the study and practice of “improving the qualities of the human species or a human population, especially by such means as discouraging reproduction by persons having genetic defects or presumed to have inheritable undesirable traits.”

The movement became a fixture when President Coolidge became convinced that eugenics was for the best for our country. The Eugenics movement was funded by many US leaders, private citizens, and corporations which led to the 1911 establishment of The Eugenics Records Office (ERO) in Cold Spring Harbor, New York. The ERO spent time tracking family histories and concluded that “people deemed to be unfit more often came from families that were poor, low in social standing, immigrant, and/or a minority. Those deemed as unfit, including the mentally-ill, were then sterilized to keep from passing their illness or ‘negative traits’ to any children they would have had.”

During the 20th century, a total of 33 states had sterilization programs in place. While at first these efforts had targeted mentally-ill people exclusively, traits later deemed serious enough to warrant sterilization included alcoholism, criminality, chronic poverty, blindness, deafness, feeble-mindedness, and promiscuity. The practice of eugenics in the US became known around the world, and had reached the ears of one notorious tyrant.

While imprisoned, Hitler had read Madison Grant’s The Passing of the Great Race, then had written the author claiming it being his bible. This book was an extension of the popular eugenics theories proposed by Francis Galton. Naturally, he adopted this belief in Mein Kampf and applied it to Nazi Germany. However, Germany had upped the eugenics game, sterilizing three times more people than America.

At the start of WWII, when word of the atrocities got around to the US, many people who were previously supporters of eugenics didn’t want to be associated with anything the Nazis were doing. This was supposedly the beginning of the end of the Eugenics movement in the US. However, if was not. Much like how the ancient ritual blood sacrifices, Eugenics never ended, but was still practiced underground, away from the public eye.

What many don’t know is that WWII didn’t end with US allies defeating Nazi Germany. In July of 1945, the Joint Intelligence Objective Agency began a secret program called Operation Paperclip. Their goal was to harness German intellectual resources to help develop America’s arsenal of rockets and other biological and chemical weapons, and to ensure such coveted information did not fall into the hands of the Soviet Union.

Roughly, 1,600 of these German scientists, along with their families, were brought to the United States to work on America’s behalf during the Cold War. President Truman forbade the agency from recruiting any Nazi members or active Nazi supporters. Nevertheless, officials within the JIOA and Office of Strategic Services (OSS)—the forerunner to the CIA—bypassed this directive by eliminating or whitewashing incriminating evidence of possible war crimes from the scientists’ records, believing their intelligence to be crucial to the country’s postwar efforts.

US-allied counties helped in the transfer of these scientists and their families as well, including a re-established relation between the US and Italy, who had given German scientists a safe passing using the many tunnels located under the Vatican. (Yes, the Vatican.)

Once in the US, it wasn’t long before we began to apply the Germans’ developed psychological techniques, which later led to the 60’s drug craze using LSD for mind control in the MKUltra program. German science and psychology is what provided the foundation for today’s educational system, where children have been increasingly steered to drugs for anything from real antisocial behavior to merely daydreaming.

But what does all this have to do with eugenics?

Everything. And I mean, everything.

The Nazis had taken the US study and practice of eugenics to a whole other level, thanks to a German doctor named Wilhelm M. Wundt, whose own studies of the human mind had provided justification for Nazi euthanasia and extermination programs. They believed that certain people endowed with better education and understanding were more competent to judge the behavior of others. It was the same mindset of those in power in the US, where all of this had initially began.

The Holocaust would never have happened had it not been for the Eugenics movement in America, particularly in California, which was considered the epicenter of the American eugenics movement. (No, they don’t teach you this in school—within their educational system—but you can use this if you happened to be in a political debate with a liberal from California.)

(To Be Continued…)


Introduction to Eugenics

Jacobsen, Annie. Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America. Little, Brown and Company; 1st Edition. 2014.

Marrs, Jim. The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy: How the New World Order, Man-Made Diseases, and Zombie Banks are Destroying America. HarperCollins Publishing. 2010.

Ferrari, Michelle. The Eugenics Crusade. De La Uz, Rafael. Documentary Film. 42nd Parallel Films. PBS Distribution. 2018.