The Pigs, Donkeys, Hippos, Zebras, and Cows That move to the large cities of the U.S.A. from Cattletown, Redneckville, USA need to lay down their arms and surrender to the people of the U.S.A.
In 1907, Indiana passed the world’s first involuntary sterilization law based on the theory of eugenics. In time, more than 30 states and a dozen foreign countries followed suit. Although the Indiana statute was later declared unconstitutional, other laws restricting immigration and regulating marriage on “eugenic” grounds were still in effect in the U.S. as late as the 1970s.
The history of eugenics in the United States and its status in the age of the Human Genome Project can best be equated with one number and only one animal, and they are, the number 666, and the swine (pig).
The essays explore the early support of compulsory sterilization by doctors and legislators; the implementation of eugenic schemes in Indiana, Georgia, California, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Alabama; the legal and social challenges to sterilization; and the prospects for a eugenics movement basing its claims on modern genetic science. Information about the Illuminati click here