Luke Rudkowski
Armed with truth

When I asked Sen. Jay Rockefeller (Democrat-West Virginia) if he repudiates his family starting the modern eugenics movement that Hitler adored, he did not deny the claim. He even told me: "You have balls... You should run for Congress." This is when I realized the eugenics movement has never ended, but is alive and well today.

Eugenics is the belief of achieving a superior race within the human race through cleansing and control of the population. Many people seem to believe that the eugenics movement died after World War II along with the Nazi regime.

Contrary to this belief, eugenics has been and still is a main focus of many elitists. From Planned Parenthood to Global Warming, becoming more and more clever in ways of deceiving the unsuspecting global population.

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Originally, eugenics in America was primarily focused on African-Americans and other non-white populations. This movement started around the time slavery ended and immigration began to increase.

The American Birth Control League created in 1921 was established by Margaret Sanger, a well-known racist and advocate for eugenics. Many articles published by Sanger include "The Purpose of Eugenics," "The Eugenics Conscience," "The Eugenic Value of Birth Control Propaganda" and many more. She has been quoted stating she would like to "exterminate the black population."

With funding from John D. Rockefeller III, American Birth Control League changed it's name in 1942 to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Strategically locating many of its centers in slums and ghettos, allowing their main target, African-American women, easy access to birth control and "family planning."

Sanctioned by the US government in the early 1900's, African-Americans were to receive sterilization. Many were told if they did not become sterile, they would be stripped of their benefits, forced to abort unborn children, find new doctors and other manipulative techniques to force sterilizations. African- American and non-white men were spared time in jail if they agreed to be sterilized.

President Richard Nixon was also a supporter of population control, especially among the African-American community, as he said in this phone conversation with a unknown White House staffer, "...a hell of a lot of people want to control all the Negro bastards... We're talking really - and what John Rockefeller really realizes look, the people in what we call the "our class" control their populations. Sometimes they'll have a family of 6, or 7, or 8, or 9, but it's exception....People who don't control their families are people in - the people who shouldn't have kids..."

Today, many Planned Parenthood facilities are still located in lower-income neighborhoods. The three New York City locations are in Manhattans' Lower East Side, Downtown Brooklyn and the South Bronx, all lower income areas.

Hitler did not originate the idea of eugenics and creating a superior Aryan race, it was indeed an American concept. Hitler adopted the American eugenic ideals and implemented them throughout his Nazi regime. He even received funding from the Rockefellers and the Carnegies to further his research and experiments, such as the Kaiser Wilhem institute in Germany.

After World War II, America recruited top German eugenics scientists during Operation Paperclip. They would work for the American government and would not face trials for their crimes.

Population control is not about race anymore. It is about survival of the fittest, about preserving and supporting a "superior elitist class."

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