If you know your history, that title should alarm you. American eugenics programs led directly to the NAZI’s “final solution.” That’s not my opinion: that’s what the NAZI’s said themselves. American eugenics is also connected to Planned Parenthood: a program that Margaret Sanger openly stated was designed to eliminate the black race in America. And now, now the eugenicists in this nation are trying to find a “crazy” gene:
The study will be the first one of its kind and will evaluate any genetic evidence for the mass killing of 20 first graders, six members of staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School and his own mother.
Do you understand the danger here? First, we are plagued with a scientific community that routinely finds what it is looking for and then declares it as “proof” of their conclusions. The problem is, this is not “proof,” it is confirmation bias, which is also bad science. We see examples of this all the time. How many cases can you think of where we were told this thing is bad for us and we shouldn’t eat it, or that thing is good and we should eat it — only to be told the exact opposite several months or a couple years later? This happens all the time. Google it, you’ll see. So we shouldn’t be surprised when they tell us they have found this “crazy” gene. After all, they claim they found the “gay” gene (which, strangely enough, only seems to be present in some 10-20% of homosexuals — again, bad science).
Next, ask yourself what the logical result of finding a “crazy” gene will be. If you can prevent mass murder by screening people for the “crazy” gene, then wouldn’t you screen for them? But then what? How do you prevent these new-found “crazies” — who have done no wrong or harm to this point — from committing mass murder? Well, as “crazies,” aren’t they “defective?” So, you either institutionalize them or, if you think like the NAZI’s and most eugenicists throughout history, you “eliminate” them from the gene pool. After all, that is the “scientific” thing to do, isn’t it? And scientific means reasonable, don;t you know. So who could argue with saving society from mass murder when you can prevent it through “scientific” methods?
And there you are: on the slippery slope to mass murder — state sponsored style. but before you object on the grounds that Americans would never do anything like this, let me ask you this one question. Do you think the Germans of 1930 thought Germany or themselves any less evil than you think of yourself and your country today?
[Note: if you think me too far out of line, you had best start looking into the people behind our modern healthcare system. Try Googling Peter Sanger (notice the last name?) Then look into the growing list of "experts" who are advocating that we allow parents to "abort" their children up to age 3! And then there is the President, who fought to pass a State law that allows viable children to be set aside in closets and left to die. Finally, the architect of Obamacare has said we will have to ration healthcare, with fewer resources being spent on people under 14 or over 55. So, by all means, tell me how I am exaggerating or paranoid -- I dare you.]