eugenics

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Conservatives’ Kinder, Gentler KKK

People from civilizations more advanced than Deepswamp, Georgia might be surprised, as I was, by the attitude of many local black folks toward the KKK, which might be summed up as: “They are what they are.” As a Yankee import, I was shocked and horrified that racism was still alive and well in America. For … Continue reading

Class War: Eugenics Down on the Farm

All horses are not created equal. I learned this growing up on a farm. There are different breeds of horses for different purposes. Most people are familiar with the big, heavy Budweiser Clydesdales and are aware that they differ from the willowy thoroughbreds that run in the Kentucky Derby. A thoroughbred would not do well … Continue reading

Meet Sir Lord Chauncey Twitass

In studying British history, I keep running into the same guy with a different name, so I named him Sir Lord Chauncey Twitass.  Sir Chauncey is a hereditary landowner, a landlord (think about that word-Land Lord) and master of men. Why should Sir Chauncey find himself in this privileged position? Is he more deserving than … Continue reading

Rockefeller DNA and the new eugenics

The Rockefeller family believes people should be bred like cattle-breeding only the best with the best to improve the stock and culling the rest. The eugenics movement is an old time evil that took organized form in the late 1800s and culminated in its scientific implementation during the Third Reich. Following that, it went underground … Continue reading

Politics and Morality: Plato’s Neo-Con Republic

Who cares what Plato had to say about government? We all should, because Leo Strauss was an admirer of Plato and the neo-conservatives are followers of Strauss. Plato’s Republic is as contemporary as today’s headlines. Plato was a smart, rich hunk of a man whose real name was Aristocles; “Plato” was a nickname referring to … Continue reading