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Harry Hamilton Laughlin
Source : Wikipedia
You asked :
May I ask the opinion of the OP on Eugenics?
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I'm more inclined to believe that we're being conditioned to accept that fate, consume, conform and obey.
You said :
Human 2.0 will be an awesome improvement.
Definition of Irrational Exuberance
The term "irrational exuberance" derives from some words that Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, used in a black-tie dinner speech entitled " The Challenge of Central Banking in a Democratic Society" before the American Enterprise Institute at the Washington Hilton Hotel December 5, 1996. Fourteen pages into this long speech, which was televised live on C-SPAN, he posed a rhetorical question: "But how do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values, which then become subject to unexpected and prolonged contractions as they have in Japan over the past decade?" He added that "We as central bankers need not be concerned if a collapsing financial asset bubble does not threaten to impair the real economy, its production, jobs and price stability."
Source : irrationalExuberance.com
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When Secretary of State Clinton remarked she was a “progressive of the 1920’s type”, she was claiming to be a part of the group that were the main proponents of eugenics
Hiding History in Plain Sight
Most of us rely on a few translators of Ancient Greek as to what happened back when. Sitchen is an excellent example of the herd believing the translators about Ur yet he taught himself cuneiform and came up with an entirely different "story" using the same source texts. Yet, all this is understandable in the context of so much time passing from the original text writing and the translations.
What about purposeful lost history to living peoples? I had never thought of that! The Turkish people had a written language that was simplified as text, although not in spoken form. In other words the spoken language never changed, only the symbols placing that language on paper (or stone) was simplified. This was around 1910. After 1970 there would be no living people in Turkey who knew the original written language and the newer simplified text. Therefore no one could read the historical texts written prior to 1910, nor understand them except for linguistic specialists. In practical application within a generation, no one could understand the original texts because it no longer was taught in the school systems.
Source : educate-yourself.org