Eugenics is considered to be one of the major contributors to climate change and other environmental crises.
When you hear the globalists and media advocating global warming and climate change, back yourself up to a mirror, so you can see the target on your back.
By Michael J. Norton
November 10, 2012
Wouldn’t it be great if politicians and other public figures actually told us what they believe rather than talking out of both sides of their mouths?
For example, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg actually did say what she believes about life-ending abortions in July 2009. Justice Ginsburg said:
Frankly I had thought that, at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.
What the good justice is talking about is called “eugenics.” Eugenics is not a happy thought — it is a movement of extremists who claim that humankind can be improved through selective breeding and sterilization. It is what Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany practiced in the extermination of millions of Jews as they sought to create the “perfect human being.”
One of the early advocates of eugenics in the United States was Margaret Sanger, founder of what was to become Planned Parenthood. Sanger believed that birth control, sterilization, and abortion would eliminate disease, crime, and the burden of children born to the socially and eugenically unfit. In December 1921, Sanger said:
Birth Control is thus the entering wedge for the Eugenic educator … the unbalance between the birth rate of the ‘unfit’ and the ‘fit’ is admittedly the greatest present menace to civilization[.] … The most urgent problem today is how to limit and discourage the overfertility of the mentally and physically defective.
Dottie Lamm, wife of former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm and ardent Planned Parenthood supporter, frequently advances the eugenics cause. In a Denver Post op-ed last year, she said that “population [is] one of the major contributors to climate change and other environmental crises.”
According to Lamm, the prediction that the world’s current population of 7 billion will reach 9 billion by 2045 is of staggering consequence. She warns readers that “the pressures that an expanding population [will] put on global warming are enormous.”