By James Corbett
Do you think the world is overpopulated? Are you worried that having a baby would contribute to climate change? Deep down, do you hate humanity? If so, then it’s time to stop swallowing the propaganda of the anti-human death cult and to realize that creation is our ultimate act of rebellion against the elitists and eugenicists.
At first glance, bioethics might seem like just another branch of ethical philosophy where academics endlessly debate other academics about how many angels dance on the head of a pin in far-out, science fiction like scenarios. What many do not know, however, is that the seemingly benign academic study of bioethics has its roots in the dark history of eugenics. With that knowledge, the dangers inherent in entrusting some of the most important discussions about the life, death and health of humanity in the hands of a select few become even more apparent.…
The idea of killing off large segments of the population is nothing new, as eugenics has been a desire of the elite since ancient Greece and Rome, but the actual term eugenics was not first used until 1883 by Sir Francis Galton. As time passed and human progress accelerated during the early 20th century, the popular term eugenics lost its previous popularity among the herd, and was relegated to secret meetings of the eugenicists of the time. Although the elite’s desire to control life and death did not diminish, the manner in which it was discussed was forced to change. Today, population control is a euphemism for eugenics, and is a term that can be manipulated to promote ideas not readily accepted by the masses. Evil and deceitful people have changed little, but the ways in which they promote their ideas have become much more sophisticated. Real agendas are mostly hidden and certainly more sinister than imagined.