In case you have not seen the first part of this thread, here it is Human Zoo's: Science's Dirty (BIG) Secret Revealed.
That thread was meant to open a certain conversation that I thought was important, and as my
research progressed, it turned into so much more.
Race though a touchy subject has been only one of the distractions that caused so many of lifes problems, and while we looked at the outside, the new
genetics and those that chose to implement it were looking on the inside.
If we were to look at the outside (facial features, skin color, places of origin, sexual orientation, etc,.) we think that we can easily decipher what
we are about, our differences, our cultures, our ways of life. What we have failed to see is the propoganda, that caused that divide.
We allowed fear of things we did not know, and ended up experiments of all types, social, economic, class, education, and allowed for the propoganda
to show has well it worked for itself. Though the first initial control was to build a particular race, that failed, as I am sure we are all aware,
but what was it about genetics, that caused this to be such a huge part of our lives today?
What if I told you that the Human Zoo is still going, and we have failed to see the cages?
Here are some of our new cages.
The difference between the cages from the original thread, and these is that ALL races are in them. It no longer became about race, especially when
races began sees past color, then there was no way to push that agenda, so it revamped and became about eugenics.
If you think about how this played out, they then realized that we were more the same than different. But could they get us to be part of a plan,
without telling us that WE were ALL involved?
If you havent noticed by now there is a pattern here. By the racial divide and the subsequent way that it worked on a temporary basis (it never ended,
but was re-branded, resold, and force fed by different means of propaganda), they found a more lucrative, and insidious way to reform society, and its
happening now through medicine.
Mental health provisions in AHSA are defiant attempts at social engineering. If you have not studied these recently, I will delineate
AHSA[sections] mental health entitlements and limitations of in-patient, out-patient, and other patient care. Then I shall list a dozen major
imperfections and dangers of this mental health law, especially its medical utilitarianism emphasizing outcomes and quality of life.
Readers familiar with Hegel and medical utilitarianism in prewar Germany will find the mental health sections of AHSA terrifyingly suggestive of
psychiatric Darwinism wherein survival of the fittest requires extinction of the unfit.(11) Those of us studying law and old enough to remember
utilitarian controlling ideas and their perversions, know well that judging who shall live and who shall die via AHSA'S criteria of cost, outcome,
quality of life, and managed competition will pose great inconveniences upon the liberty of the young and healthy. But medical cost, outcome, quality
of life, and managed competition threaten the essential liberties and the lives of older persons, persons who are chronically ill, fatally ill, and
most particularly those who are mentally impaired. Their costs of care are astronomical, their outcomes are gloomy, and their life quality to those
who observe them, not necessarily in the patients' judgment, is life not worth living.
I believe with Justice Louis Brandeis, that our enemies often are our friends innocently trying to help us.(12) But worse are those who posing as our
friends pridefully insist they know our minds and our bodies better than we do, and insist upon controlling what is done and not done to our minds and
our bodies. The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in the insidious encroachment of people of zeal, well-meaning but without understanding.
Today we are a part of a mass depopulation effort. No not the race one, but the one that seperates us in a way that will change the entire race into
the "Superior Race".
Through fear they have managed to separate us through cultural diversity, to make us assume that if you are outwardly different, then you are inwardly
different, and with that you can and should be treated a certain way.
This may have had a leg to stand on if this wasnt something that would eventually change over generations. The reason that this is no longer about
race, is because even then the racial mixture was severely frowned upon, and that means that who ever may have been exempt from this 100 years ago, no
Note well the consistent, inextricable linking of Mental Health to Substance Abuse treatment. Every American is considered a public health client.
Jostling for space in the same psychiatric life boat are the alcoholic snoring in a downtown doorway, my wealthy neighbor's child with
lithium-managed bipolar disorder, your fiscally competent nephew with minor retardation and severe cerebral palsy, the new mother with postpartum
depression, all the city's drug addicts, plus you, and I.
Here are some interesting reads for those that still might not see it. We have moved from black and white, yellow and red, savage to civilized.
To poor and rich, gay and straight, democrat and republican, bi-polar and depressed, etc,.
We managed to rate ourselves into a much larger scale, with room for a much larger divide.
Here are some material from those that are trying to relay this.
Building a Better Race: Gender, Sexuality, and Eugenics from the Turn of the Century to the Baby Boom.
The Faces of Eugenics.
The Unfit. A History of a Bad Idea.
The Unfit, by Elof Carlson, explores the sources of a movement — negative eugenics — that was used to justify the Holocaust, which claimed
millions of innocent lives in World War II. The title reflects the nearly three centuries of belief that some people are socially unfit by virtue of a
defective biology, and echoes an earlier theory of degeneracy, dating to biblical antiquity, in which some people were deemed unfit because of some
transgression against religious law. The key intellectual theories and their proponents form the framework of this exploration, which includes the
concepts of evolution and heredity and how they were applied to social problems. These ideas are followed into the twentieth century with the
development of theories of positive and negative eugenics, the establishment of compulsory sterilization laws, racism and anti-Semitism, and the
Holocaust. Carlson ends with an exploration of the future of genetics that is based on new technologies and application of the Human Genome Project