Crisis Update - Hate And Depopulate
Racial eugenics is the parent of population control and climate alarmism
Birth control and population reduction were always a joint cause.
Racism was the original tool, using fear to drive acceptance of contraception.
After eugenics was tarred by Nazis, the Klansmen morphed into futurists.
Margaret Sanger deserves acknowledgement as the architect of this pivot.
The counterculture dissolved family, as gender ideology disolves the individual.
The rebel without a cause, once a sex symbol, now knows neither rebellion nor sex.
EU researchers admit states abandoned constitutional checks; limited freedoms.
Hate laws will shield perpetrators from accountability and criminalize citizens.
Multiple laws will trap the unwary: climate, tax, spending, even family photographs.
Moral of the story: no-one is innocent and all must prove their virtue upon demand. None is safe until everyone has been arrested.
Police will never clear you; if you are lucky they may suspend the investigation.
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Aug 24, 2022
A viral recording illustrates a father calling out the pharmacist who had given his seven year-old son a shot — and myocarditis.
For more than five minutes the pharmacist refuses to apologise and insists that the reason she lied to the mother, that the only side effect of the shot is a sore arm, was because she didn't want to create vaccine hesitancy or dissuade the parent.
The frightening thing is that these doctors, nurses and pharmacists are almost in a trance, or so frightened of losing their jobs they will do absolutely anything to anyone. And we prosecuted Nazi guards.
A Polish blogger Joe Chal writes that under the Aktion T4 programme to kill and sterilize children, the doctors “mentally immunized” their staff so that they would murder people in cold blood. As we shall see, medics are not the only profession to turn their members pathological. The financial services industry is a good example, but we find emotionally detached individuals in government service, the police and security agencies, in social media, and increasingly in the “caring professions” like social workers, psychologists and teachers.
Perhaps they’ve taken their own medicine. People who feel “dead inside”, who lose God or music, emotion or intuition and awaken, palpitating in the dark soul of the night, after the injectable may be suffering from low levels or the hormone cortisol.
“The Long Covid patients, most of them struggling with intense fatigue, brain fog, and other symptoms, had low levels of cortisol, a stress hormone that helps the body control inflammation, glucose, sleep cycles, and more. Features of their T cells indicated their immune system was battling unidentified invaders, perhaps a reservoir of SARS-CoV-2 or a reactivated pathogen such as Epstein-Barr virus.” 
U.S. and British political laws were the model for the Nazi equivalents. The Carnegie Institution created the Station for Experimental Evolution at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY, in 1904. Its honorary president would be Alexander Graham Bell. Breakfast cereal titan John Henry Kellogg formed the Race Betterment Foundation in 1906 and a Eugenics Registry for family biological records in 1928.
In Britain the Galton Society had founded the English Eugenics Society in 1908. Leonard Darwin, son of Charles, held the first International Congress of Eugenics in 1912. At the second congress in 1921, the American Eugenics Society was formed. An AES member Margaret Sanger founded the American Birth Control League (later Planned Parenthood).
By this time the Rockefellers’ petrochemical empire had replaced botanical and preventive medicine with “petroceuticals,” and they controlled the U.S. drug industry. In Germany, the 29 Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes were set up, from 1911, modeled on the Rockefeller Institute.
They borrowed the model of the California sterilization movement, and the Eugenic Records Office of Carnegie (Rothschild) funded Cold Springs Harbor in New York, and, with Rockefeller money, bolted this onto the centuries-long German theories of social degeneration and racial hygiene of Max Nordau and Émile Durkheim in the 1880s and 90s, as well as those of Christian Wilhelm von Dohm 100 years before.
This control was cemented through the Rockefellers’ merger with I.G. Farben, whose due dilligence and finance came from Wall Street. Led by the Warburg and Rockefeller banks (with the other Rs in the background: Rothschild and European royalty) capital thus gained control of industry, health care, the media and politics and much more besides.
It was time to launch the Great Narrative (WEF, Jan 2022: Klaus Schwab Releases “The Great Narrative” As Sequel To “The Great Reset”.)
As professor Antony Sutton, research fellow at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, at Stanford University, described, a close-knit group of Western financiers and industrialists (centered around Morgan and Rockefeller in the US, and around Milner and the City financiers and the Bank of England in the UK) sustained their three supposed enemies from the very start: Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany and FDR’s Fabian socialism.
Sanger's racist comments led to her being canceled in 2020, 140 years after her birth, and her name removed from a Manhattan abortion clinic. Her outbursts may have served an intent, however. Just as hospital staff were mentally manipulated so that they would kill people without emotion, Sanger played on people’s xenophobia to drive demand for contraception.
John Zmirak argues that she sought to stoke fear among white American Christians so they would drop their opposition to birth control. It’s not that Sanger herself was a prude — by many accounts she was libidinous and campaigner for more sex, not less.
“Sanger abandoned the race issue pretty readily, too. As the Nazi crimes against humanity were exposed after World War II, Sanger dropped her Klan hood like last year’s hat, and donned the white coat of a futurist; she ‘discovered’ that the reason why birth control was so urgently important was not the swelling ranks of dusky Sicilians and blacks, but rather the ‘population explosion.’
“Without missing a beat, her organization shifted its rhetoric, and provoked another panic one which ironically enough has helped contracept the white race to the brink of extinction. Experts like Paul Erhlich appeared on Johnny Carson predicting mass famines throughout the 1970s, and the collapse of civilization. Their warnings never came true but what did it matter? The ‘meme’ had taken root, and pushed forward Planned Parenthood’s agenda; indeed, it was the Rockefeller Commission’s infamous report on population that helped sway Justice Blackmun to change his position on abortion, and write the decision in Roe v. Wade.” 
Zmirak’s argument may sound moralistic, but it has a parallel in Rob Henderson’s observation that being fully-signed up to Woke is a luxury most can’t afford.
The PhD student in evolutionary psychology at Cambridge University coined the phrase, “luxury beliefs.” These are ideas that bestow status on the upper class while often inflicting costs on those below them.
As an individual who grew up in foster homes and became an undergraduate at Yale, he noted that his fellows had replaced material emblems of status with beliefs — perhaps because the mass consumer market now makes it harder for elites to stand out merely with clothes or accessories, so they compete instead by virtue signaling. 
This is hypocrisy, of course, as we have seen during Event Covid: among politicians wearing masks and elbow bumping for photo opportunities, then partying together in private; who call for zero carbon and fly private jets; those who call to defund the police behind gated communities with private security; who order-in food while being paid to sit at home — not an option for a manual worker.
It does allow the elite to obtain and maintain status, something that concerns the rich more than the rest of society (Cameron Anderson, UC Berkeley — The Psychology of Social Status, Springer, 2014).
Racial eugenics is not the sibling of population control or climate emergency but the parent.
Pivot to climate
Sanger and crew fanned racial fears for three decades as a pretext to promote their agenda of birth control for the purpose of sexual liberation. Then they switched tactics, using the fear of population growth (according to the Club of Rome’s Limits To Growth document (1972) the climate crisis was fear porn to drive people into the arms of population control.)
Zmirak reckons the switch is explained by the desire of the upper middle class to have its cake and eat it. To enjoy sexual liberation among themselves, while using the state to limit the inevitable impact as the mantra of sexual freedom spread to the masses.
Sanger's liberation of “the sex instinct” may work for the upper middle class or in an Ivy League swingers’ party but across society as a whole the rejection of biology and morality is not compatible with freedom, he says.
The consequences for the poor were already known by the 1959 Moynihan report, which suggested that instability in black families, particularly in those with absent fathers, would obstruct people from attaining equal opportunities in America. More than half a century later, the burden of single-parent families falls largely upon the poorer social classes — most wealthy children still grow up with two parents and the rich stay rich.  
Sanger and her upper middle class cohort knew that. They realized that their sex-hungry lifestyle was leading to a toxic combination among some communities, of poverty and pregnancy that threatened their privileged comfort. Their resolution of this paradox: to use the state to neuter, control, and selectively limit the reproduction of the poor.
Those self-same promoters and enablers of louche behaviour use it to justify the sterilization and the removal of degenerates by depopulation — but only the poor, for the same act from the loins of the wealthy is not reproduction by the unfit but simply Killing Kittens.
Haven't we traveled full circle, in which letting it all hang out in front of the children is a path intended to lead to degeneracy (a word that Sanger used about a large section of the population, just as Hillary Clinton spoke about the “basket of deplorables”).
Like the ritual of an 18th century royal court, the masses can't afford the cost of inefficiency and decadence. They are weighed down by economic and medical policy, which at the same time form the twin iron chains that raise the drawbridge.
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