Jul 16, 2017

Nazism Has Been Repackaged as "Conservatism" Part 2 - Eugenics (The Control Of Population To Weed Out Undesirables)

Background: BREAKING: Nazism Has Been Repackaged As "Conservatism" Part 1 - GOP And Fox News Lie The Way Hitler Explained 

This is something I noticed offhand and thought it should be made pubic as soon as possible as its becoming clearer and clearer to me that what we have here is a a Nazi type outfit (the GOP/FoxNews/Kochs/Sinclaire etc) who sell lies and Nazi style beliefs to the population and label it "conservatism".

First some background so you can notice how ridiculously similar Nazis and Fox News (GOP mouthpieces & convincesrs) arguments are;

Alpha History: Nazi Eugenics

Nazi social policies were strongly influenced by the eugenics movement. Eugenics was a social theory popular with many scientists, philosophers, academics and writers in the early 20th century. Their fundamental belief was that human populations could be improved through manipulation of their genetic make-up. In other words, a society could achieve positive outcomes – like increased productivity or reductions in crime – if it removed unhealthy or ‘undesirable’ genetic elements. Many governments had experimented with eugenics-driven policies long before the Nazis came to power. More than 64,000 Americans with mental illnesses were forcibly sterilised between the 1890s and 1924. Other countries – such as Japan, Canada, Australia, Sweden, France and Switzerland – also dabbled in eugenics-based policies in the 1920s and 1930s.

Hitler, other Nazis and some German academics were also avid believers in eugenic pseudo-science. They thought of German society as a sick organism, its bloodstream contaminated by degenerate and undesirable elements. Those ‘contaminating’ Germany were the racially impure, the physically disabled, the mentally infirm, the criminally minded and the sexually aberrant. The Nazis believed the state should intervene to improve the health of its society – first to identify its contaminating elements, then to restrict their growth, then to eliminate them. This required difficult and unpalatable policies – but the Nazis justified it with eugenics theories and references to social Darwinism (the ‘survival of the fittest’).
It used to be just gay people within the American community that the right picked on...

BILL O'REILLY ON GAY MARRIAGE 3/27/2013 If Bill O'Reilly is now pro-gay marriage, then back when he said gay marriage was like marrying a goat, he was really saying that he's pro-goat marriage.

Extract From Media That Matters:

O'Reilly has claimed that marriage equality would lead to:

 "A Totally Different Country." In 2005, O'Reilly slammed the Massachusetts Supreme Court for ruling that it was unconstitutional under the state constitution to allow only heterosexual couples to marry, warning that within ten years the decision would lead to a "totally different country" in which "you'll be able to marry a goat":

With gay people being accepted nowadays it became toxic to go after them so the GOP turned their heads toward another segment of the American community who call themselves "Transgender";

Tucker Carlson says Sec. of Defense Mattis should resign if he allows transgender Americans to serve in the military Carlson: "You guys all should have resigned when they made you do this"

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Well, okay, I'm sorry, I gotta stop you there. First of all, he's a coward. He's a coward who should have resigned when asked to do this, because in no sense, with the data you described or not, does this make the country safer. And if you can prove otherwise, the floor is open to you. How does this make America safer?

Clearly the "right wing media" who people like Tucker represent and promote, are pushing a plan to remove "undesirables" from a society based on their sexual preference just like the Nazis!


Note 1: Constitution provides equal rights regardless of sexual preference. Actively demonizing a segment of society is treason from a constitutional standpoint, i.e. Article 3 Section 3. For the Nazis demonizing and eliminating a segment of society is normal Nazi "eugenics" as the explanation above.

Note 2: As I covered earlier, Tucker exhibits all the behaviors and arguments that a Nazi is expected to use when dealing with eugenics type policies, worshiping dictators or just lying to the people for his Nazi party which is nowadays called "conservatism" but is just Nazi style lies lies repackaged as conservationism.

Fox analyst compares Tucker Carlson to Nazi sympathizer as the Fox host defends Putin-  Ralph Peters: "You sound like Charles Lindbergh in 1938 saying, "Hitler hasn't attacked us."

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): It's hard to see why -- I'm not vouching for Putin's character, he seems like a shady guy, a strong man for sure. Wouldn't want to live there.
RALPH PETERS (GUEST): He's a killer.
TUCKER CARLSON:  Hard to see why he's a threat to us. How many wars can we fight at once? And how many people can we be in opposition to at once? Why not just accept that people who are bad people share our interest and side with them? 
RALPH PETERS: You sound like Charles Lindbergh in 1938 saying, "Hitler hasn't attacked us."
TUCKER CARLSON: I beg your pardon? Slow down. Slow down, Colonel. You cannot compare me to somebody who makes apologies for Hitler. And I don't think Putin is comparable to Hitler. I think it's a grotesque overstatement, actually. It's insane.
RALPH PETERS: I think Putin is -- fine, you can think it's insane all you want. 
TUCKER CARLSON: You Just up compared me to a Nazi apologist because I asked a simple question. Which is, - slow down, slow down - which is, why does it contravene American interest to the common cause with a group that's trying to kill ISIS? 
RALPH PETERS: Because Vladamir Putin invaded his neighbors, broke the long peace in Europe, he assassinates dissidents and journalists, he bombs women and children on purpose in Syria, he is as bad as Hitler. And I am sorry if you don't like the Charles Lindbergh thing, I will retract that.

Note 3: "Mainstream" media seems to have already accepted this and are running with it!

Media Matters: News outlets fail to report on what the GOP health care rollback means for LGBTQ Americans

LGBTQ Americans deal with higher rates of poverty, greater need for Medicaid, and higher rates of HIV infection than the general population. Republican plans to decimate Medicaid and roll back patient protections will create disproportionate impacts for LGBTQ Americans. Yet, according to new research from Media Matters, major print and television news outlets have been virtually silent on how GOP health care proposals may harm members of the LGBTQ community.
Media Matters reviewed major broadcast and cable news providers (ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC) available via Nexis from May 4 through July 13 and found only two significant segments discussing how the Republican health care rollback would affect LGBTQ people and only two other unrelated segments discussing how the rollback would affect Americans living with HIV. A Media Matters review during the same period of time of print newspapers available via Nexis and Factiva (Los Angeles TimesThe New York TimesUSA TodayThe Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal) found only three print articles that discussed how the GOP health care plan may affect the LGBTQ community and/or people living with HIV.
A July 12 analysis from Media Matters found a similar lack of reporting by major television and print news outlets on how communities of color may be affected by Republican health care proposals. Additional Media Matters research has found that television news missed an opportunity to report on the unprecedented nature of the Senate’s health care secrecy and that television coverage had drowned out reports on how the legislation would impact tens of millions of Americans in favor of airing stories focused on the bill’s political machinations. Previous Media Matters research revealed that newspapers kept reports on health care off the front page during crucial periods of debate and that broadcast and cable news coverage neglected to consider diversity when booking guests to discuss health care-related topics.

On February 14, the Kaiser Family Foundation reported that the ACA’s Medicaid expansion has lowered the uninsurance rates for people living with HIV from 22 percent to 15 percent from 2012 to 2014. The California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers found that in California alone, the Medicaid expansion covered an additional 11,500 people living with HIV. Coverage and care for those living with HIV is of significant concern for many in the LGBTQ community, as the Kaiser Foundation points out, because gay and bisexual men make up 56 percent of Americans living with HIV and 55 percent of all HIV-related deaths in the U.S. despite comprising just 2 percent of the American population.
If congressional Republicans are successful enacting their health care agenda, it could cause real harm to the nearly 69 million Americans enrolled in Medicaid, making it crucially important that news outlets tell their stories.

Note 4: Kochs resegregation dreams ...
Other posts in this series;

BREAKING: Nazism Has Been Repackaged as "Conservatism"

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