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Apple-Pie Eugenics


Thu 2003 10 02

Dear Robert,   I hope that you don't mind that I sent copies of this message to my list, but I feel that it is of general interest.   A while back you inquired about eugenics.   I provided you with some information that shows that eugenics as practiced by the Nazis was nothing other than a sign of the times, that eugenics was promoted and exercised in many western countries, and that what the Nazis practiced on a large scale — sterilization of feeble-minded or otherwise handicapped people — was popular and practiced in the USA, in Canada, and most likely on a large scale in the U.K. as well. [Update 2006 09 14: for more comprehensive information on that go to Eugenics at Source Watch.]
   The forwarded article provides more food for thought along those lines and refers to a book that elaborates on what was then and still is a widespread acceptable practice (current methods vary, but they are just as and even more effective), but not only that.  The article shows the book claiming that,

...You see, while the Nazis' worst crimes may have ended at Auschwitz, they "began on Long Island."

That's the conclusion of a new book, War against the Weak: Eugenics and America's Campaign to Create a Master Race written by Edwin Black, who contends that American "corporate philanthropies helped found and fund the Nazi eugenics of Hitler and Mengele."

The book reviews available through the link shown below identify that,

...eugenics, was the brainchild of such influential people as Rockefellers, Andrew Carnegie and Margaret Sanger. Black, author of the bestselling IBM and the Holocaust, set out to show "the sad truth of how the scientific rationales that drove killer doctors at Auschwitz were first concocted on Long Island" at the Carnegie Institution's Cold Spring Harbor complex.

Link: Ordering information and more relating to the book is accessible at Amazon.com.   Amazon.com Sales Rank: 1,842   Keep in mind that the people who promoted eugenics then are now even more powerful than they were then.  They steer and control world politics and demographics.  However, there is another aspect of eugenics that even writers like Edwin Black, actually almost all writers and journalists, firmly close their eyes to.   I don't remember whether I pointed it out, and it is no joke, that the feminist plans for population-control aim at reducing the male sector of the human population by 80 percent.  That would make the holocaust pale by comparison. 

Have a look at Why have any men at all?   Far out?  Well, consider that there is no valid evidence of any biological advantages that make women live longer, and that by the end of the last century, world-wide, there were close to 300 million men and boys missing in the world population that should have been alive but weren't.   The callousness of the feminists promoting the discriminatory policies that lead to that situation and will aggravate it as the years go by shows quite subtly but strongly at many different fronts, such as identified at the following links.

By DENNIS BUECKERT - Canadian Press
http://www.canoe.com/CNEWS/Canada/2003/09/30/213313-cp.html

OTTAWA (CP) -- If men dropped their risky ways and bad habits they would live just as long as women, suggests a major new report on women's health. ...

Can you imagine the uproar in the media if an advocacy-research study by male researchers (funded by taxpayers' dollars, to boot, just as the one was that the last article in the list discusses) were to blame women for serious and fatal problems encountered by women? At any rate, I guess if men were to engage in less risky behaviour, such as that they were not to kill themselves in epidemic proportions, or if they were to refuse to be conscripted and let women go to war, or if men were to let women do the dangerous, dirty and sweaty jobs (close to 19 out of every 20 job fatalities or serious job accidents involve men – see Table 1 & 2), or if research funding would be seven times higher for male-specific diseases (e.g. prostate cancer research funding) than for almost exclusively women's diseases such as breast cancer (still, men get breast cancer, too, but their "breasts" are never scanned), then men would live just as long as women do. You see, it is all men's fault that their sector of the world population is 300 million boys and men short of what it should be.  It must be, or else why don't men complain at all about what is being done to them?   —Walter

-----Original Message-----
From: BreakPoint with Charles Colson [mailto:breakpoint@breakpoint.org]
Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 12:26 AM
To:
Subject: BreakPoint: Apple-Pie Eugenics, 10/02/2003

[The text of the forwarded message is accessible through the link in the following] Apple-Pie Eugenics War Against the Weak October 02, 2003
  There's a dirty little secret about the Nazi atrocities: They got their start right here in America. (more)


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Additional reading:

The name of the original Eugenics Society of the United States of America (1922) underwent a number of changes over the years. Those name changes and their historical context are interesting.

The British Eugenics Society 1907 to 1994.

EUGENIC SOCIETY MEMBERS BY SURNAME

Don't forget to check under the H, for Huxley.

  • Eugenics, at Source Watch, a project of the Center for Media & Democracy
  • Is the world overpopulated?

    If all of the world's people were located in the Province of Alberta (just a touch smaller in area than the State of Texas) and each were to have an equal share of all of the land in Alberta, then each of the world's people would have 98.6m2 of land to live on.

    Assuming that the average household consists of three people, a family of three would have enough space (3,184 ft2) for a moderately-sized house and a garden large enough to grow some of the food consumed by the family.

    • Alberta land area: 661,565 km2, 255,541 miles2
    • World population: 6,706,993,152 (Source: CIA World Factbook, July 2008 est.)

    It is obvious that the world's population density will be the controlling factor.  Is that a problem?  Will people any time soon be standing on each other's shoulders? 

    How can the world be overpopulated if it is possible to fit the world population, fairly comfortably, into a province the size of Alberta or a state the size of Texas,  even if we divide the whole population into families of three and give each a bungalow and a good-sized garden to boot?

    The following table list a number of nations, ranked by their population densities. 

     A table of population densities of various countries, with columns for country, area, population, and population density per km^2

    Does anyone seeing those numbers still think that the world is overpopulated?


Table 1 – US job fatalities for all occupations

Annual Fatal Job Injuries by Sex (USA)

Female

Male

Year

N

%

N

%

1992

443

7.1

5774

92.9

1993

489

7.7

5842

92.3

1994

528

8.0

6104

92.0

1995

539

8.6

5736

91.4

1996

514

8.3

5688

91.7

1997

477

7.6

5761

92.4

1998

486

8.0

5569

92.0

1999

442

7.3

5612

92.7

2000

449

7.6

5471

92.4

2001

471

(p,n)

8.0

5429

(p,n)

92.0

Totals

4,838   7.8 59,986   92.2

p : preliminary
n : Excludes Sept. 11th terrorist attacks

Source: U.S. Department of Labor
            Bureau of Labor Statistics
            Bureau of Labor Statistics Data 

It seems that the data base contains no information that permits to determine what the numbers of fatalities are in the military (I suppose that the feminist statisticians involved in compiling the numbers figure that being a soldier isn't much of a job and dying as a soldier is therefore not worth mentioning, and how many women die as soldiers anyway?), but it is possible to determine what the numbers are for police and other protective services.

Table 2 – US Job fatalities for selected occupations:  Police, protective services, guards, firefighting

(Note: Figures for 2001 are preliminary and exclude Sept. 11th terrorist attacks)

Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries

Source: US Bureau of Labor

Occupation:  Firefighting and fire prevention occupations, including supervisors

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

4 12% 30 88%

1993

  39 100%

1994

5 9% 51 91%

1995

4   35 90%

1996

  35 100%

1997

  47 100%

1998

  44 100%

1999

  55 100%

2000

  41 100%

2001

4   46 92%

Totals:

17 4% 423 96%

Occupation:  Police and detectives, including supervisors

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

4 3%

136

97%

1993

9 6%

142

94%

1994

6 4%

143

96%

1995

7 4%

168

96%

1996

6 5%

108

95%

1997

8 5%

148

95%

1998

11 9%

127

91%

1999

11 8%

121

92%

2000

5 4%

137

96%

2001

12 8%

147

92%

Totals:

79 6% 1377 94%

Occupation:  Guards, including supervisors

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

5

5%

100

95%

1993

8

8%

95

92%

1994

5

4%

122

96%

1995

8

8%

95

92%

1996

7

7%

91

93%

1997

9

12%

69

88%

1998

3

4%

73

96%

1999

 

71

100%

2000

5

7%

67

93%

2001

13

17%

65

83%

Totals:

63 7% 848 93%

Occupation: Police and detectives, public service

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

 

95

100%

1993

7

7%

95

93%

1994

4

4%

98

96%

1995

7

6%

113

94%

1996

3

4%

74

96%

1997

4

4%

93

96%

1998

7

8%

79

92%

1999

5

6%

74

94%

2000

 

86

100%

2001

9

9%

92

91%

Totals:

46 5% 899 95%

Occupation: Sheriffs, bailiffs, and other law enforcement officers

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

 

32

100%

1993

 

28

100%

1994

 

27

100%

1995

 

37

100%

1996

 

27

100%

1997

 

36

100%

1998

3

9%

31

91%

1999

3

8%

36

92%

2000

 

36

100%

2001

 

43

100%

Totals:

6

2%

333

98%

Occupation: Correctional institution officers

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

 

3

100%

1993

 

11

100%

1994

 

7

100%

1995

 

12

100%

1996

 

4

100%

1997

3

19%

13

81%

1998

 

8

100%

1999

 

7

100%

2000

 

8

100%

2001

 

5

100%

Totals:

3

4%

78

96%

Occupation: Crossing guards

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

 

 

1993

4

50%

4

50%

1994

3

43%

4

57%

1995

3

100%

 

1996

3

100%

 

1997

3

50%

3

50%

1998

 

 

1999

 

 

2000

3

100%

 

2001

5

50%

5

50%

Totals:

24

60%

16

40%

Occupation: Guards and police, exc. public service

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

3

3%

90

97%

1993

3

3%

86

97%

1994

 

111

100%

1995

5

5%

88

95%

1996

3

4%

79

96%

1997

4

6%

64

94%

1998

 

64

100%

1999

 

63

100%

2000

 

56

100%

2001

6

10%

56

90%

Totals:

24

4%

757

96%

Occupation:  Protective service occupations, n.e.c.

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

 

5

100%

1993

 

5

100%

1994

 

5

100%

1995

 

 

1996

 

7

100%

1997

 

 

1998

 

8

100%

1999

 

4

100%

2000

 

5

100%

2001

 

4

100%

Totals:

0

 

43

100%

Occupations:  Police, protective services, guards, firefighting (all of the above)

Fatal Job Injuries

Year

Female

Male

1992

16

3%

491

97%

1993

31

6%

505

94%

1994

23

6%

568

94%

1995

34

6%

548

94%

1996

22

5%

425

95%

1997

31

6%

473

94%

1998

24

5%

434

95%

1999

19

4%

431

96%

2000

13

3%

436

97%

2001

49

10%

463

90%

Totals:

262

5%

4,774

95%

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Source: U.S. Department of Labor
            Bureau of Labor Statistics
            Bureau of Labor Statistics Data 

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