Article from 4 august 2009…
The notion of segregation of people considered unfit for reproduction dates back to antiquity. The pseudo-eugenic science that followed was aimed at "improving" the human race. This eugenic movement emerged in the 20th century in two aspects of a common philosophy about human worth. The British Sir Francis Galton coined the word "eugenics" in 1883. He saw it as a moral philosophy to improve humanity by encouraging more gifted and healthy people to have more children.. Galton’s ideological approach is commonly known to be of positive eugenics. At the turn of the last century, Galton’s ideas were brought to the United States at the same time that Gregor Mendel’s inherited principles were discovered. American eugenics believed with religious fervor that Mendelian concepts determining the color and size of peas, of corn and cattle also governed the social and intellectual character of man.
On the other hand, negative eugenics advocates preventing those less fortunate in life from being part of the population selected and allowed to breed in order to preserve the abilities of humanity. Eugenics movements in the United States, in Germany and Scandinavia favored the negative approach.
In 1898, Charles B. Davenport, an important American biologist, started as director of a biology research station based in Cold Spring Harbor where he experimented with the evolution of plants and animals. In 1904, Davenport received funds from the Carnegie Institution to found the Scalable Experimentation Station. L’Eugenics Record Office ouvra in 1910 while Davenport and Harry H. Laughlin began to promote eugenics (Source). In 1936, Harry Laughlin's contributions to racial hygiene in Germany recognized with an honorary degree from Heidelberg University.
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In 1904, the Carnegie Institution So was establishing this lab complex in Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island that stored millions of records on ordinary Americans as researchers planned to neutralize families, blood lines and entire populations. De Cold Spring Harbor, eugenics advocated with the legislatures of the United States as well as the nation's social service agencies and other associations in favor of their ideology. This will lead to, with the help of different theories on degeneration, including the American Harry Clay Sharp and his medical team, the first eugenics law in the United States to be passed in 1907 in Indiana with the support of President Woodrow Wilson, making sterilization compulsory for "degenerates".
The ideology of eugenics would then become commonly present in American popular culture between 1920 and 1930. Although some eugenics privately supported euthanasia and even genocide of those deemed unfit, the American eugenics movement was limited to supporting the legalized practice of compulsory sterilization. But this ideology will be especially popular among the ruling class, scientists and several intellectuals of the time. Elements of this philosophy will then be applied in some thirty American states as national policies and will take the form of sterilization laws., segregation, marital and immigration restrictions. In 1909, California will become the third state to pass such laws and become an epicenter for the American eugenics movement. A few 65 000 Americans will be sterilized against their will as a result of these policies, not to mention the forbidden marriages and the thousands who were sidelined in "colonies", isolated.
Eugenics would have remained a bizarre and unpopular topic if it had not been for the significant funding from corporate philanthropists, specifically that of the Carnegie Institution, the Rockefeller Foundation Harriman Railroad Fortune. Ils faisaient bande commune avec certains des scientifiques les plus respectés de l’Amérique provenant de prestigieuses universités telles que Stanford, Yale, Harvard et Princeton. Ces universitaires ont embrassé la théorie et la science raciale et ont ensuite trafiqué les données pour servir leurs buts eugéniques et racistes. (Source)
Meanwhile, l’eugénisme prenait de l’ampleur en Allemagne – avec l’aide de l’Amérique. In 1927, the Rockefeller Foundation financera la construction du Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics à Berlin. Le directeur, Eugen Fischer, collaborait avec Charles Davenport dans la gestion de la Fédération Internationale des Organisations Eugéniques. For the occasion of the International Eugenics Congress in Rome in 1929, they wrote a note to Mussolini encouraging him to move forward with eugenics at "maximum speed". (Source)
The Rockefeller Foundation aided the German eugenics program and funded the program on which Josef Mengele worked before being put in charge of Auschwitz. The Nazi eugenics idea was modeled on the American model with its own eugenics laws already in force in several states including virginia, targeting the disabled of all kinds and others deemed inferior so as not to let them reproduce, including indigenous populations. Canada is not left behind with its own policies towards indigenous peoples and the residential schools scandal.
Thus, the ignoble SS doctor Josef Mengele had supervised experiments carried out by the teams of SS doctors on Auschwitz detainees, with the help of IG Farben who was also conducting his own experiments on humans, while the pharmaceutical company Bayer followed with interest the developments.
IG Farben was the only German company in the Third Reich that operated its own concentration camps. At least 30 000 slave workers died in this camp. It is no coincidence that IG Farben built facilities in Auschwitz, this is due to the fact that its workers (for a total of about 300 000 people) were mainly slaves.
The managers of IG Farben were tried and declared war criminals by the Nuremberg War Tribunal in 1946-47, as well as 24 Hoechst managers, Bayer and BASF who were found guilty of large-scale murders, slavery and other crimes against humanity. After the war, IG Farben has been split into different entities, either BASF, Bayer AG et Hoechst (now become Aventis which develops GMOs, among others). Bayer was reestablished as Farbenfabriken Bayer AG in 1951, changing his name to the one we know now, Bayer AG at 1972. Although post-WWII Bayer is a different legal entity from the one that preceded IG Farben and the one that later joined IG Farben, a direct line of continuity can be drawn between staff, the infrastructure and technology of these three incarnations. These drug companies have a very cloudy past and we should be aware of it. This is to be remembered and will be important for the rest of this dossier in several parts to come..
Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich were funded in part by the American right. Among the most important figures who financed the German Nazi Party over the years 1930 and the following years are found the family Harriman, George W's great-grandfather. Bush, George Herbert Walker and his grandfather Prescott Bush. Through industrialist Fritz Thyssen, the W.A. Harriman and Company and the Union Banking Company owned by Precott Bush, the Bush family has sold for over $50 million German bonds to American investors. According to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, "The Bush family fortune comes from the 3rd Reich". The story goes back to 1924, quand interests community colors (I.G. Colours), a German company manufacturing chemicals, began to receive loans from American bankers, gradually creating the huge I.G cartel. Colours.
In 1928, Henry Ford et la Standard Oil Company (les Rockefellers) merged their holdings with IG Farben and from the early thirties, there were over a hundred American corporations that had branches and partnerships in Germany. I.G's financial funds. Farben in America were controlled by a holding company named Americain I.G. Colours, and were on its board of directors people like Edsel Ford, President of Ford Motor Company, Chas. E. Mitchell, President de Rockerfeller’s National City Bank of New York, Walter Teagle, President de Standard Oil New York, Paul Warburg, Chairman de la FED (Federal Reserve) and brother of Max Warburg, financial support for the war effort in Germany, Herman Metz, a director of the Bank of Manhattan, controlled by the Warburgs, et un nombre d’autres membres, dont trois qui furent jugés et accusés de crimes de guerre pour leurs crimes contre l’humanité.
Un article du Philadelphia City Paper (1/18/01) par Robert Lederman a révélé que, «Les Rockefellers, DuPonts, General Motors, et Henry Ford, banques et les compagnies de transport opérées par la famille Bush ont été des joueurs cruciaux dans l’établissement du pouvoir industriel derrière le 3e Reich». Ces compagnies ont versé des millions de dollars dans IG Farben, le géant chimique qui fut au cœur de la machine de guerre d’Hitler. IG Farben avait une branche américaine, contrôlée par les Rothschild, par l’intermédiaire des Warburg (Paul Warburg, qui dirigeait, durant sa création, the private central bank that is the Federal Reserve in 1913, also served as director of American IG). IG Farben was in charge of organizing the forced labor camp at Auschwitz and was actually a division of Standard Oil, which officially belonged to the Rockefellers (the Rockefeller Empire was founded by the Rothschilds).
Under the nazis, the chemical companies IG Farben and the Standard Oil of New Jersey the Rockefellers formed a single de facto firm, merged by hundreds of cartel arrangements. IG Farben was run by the Warburg family, banking partner of the Rockefeller family and in the design of the eugenics of Nazi Germany. Following the invasion of Poland in 1939, la Standard Oil promettait de conserver leurs fusions avec IG Farben même si les États-Unis entraient en guerre. Cela sera exposé en 1942 par le comité d’enquête de Harry Truman et le président Roosevelt pris des centaines de mesures légales durant la guerre pour faire cesser le cartel de Standard-I.G. Farben d’approvisionner la machine de guerre ennemie. (Source)
Rockefeller est ses copains banquiers privés étaient impliqués dans l’eugénisme et les exterminations de masse jusqu’au cou. L’ancien président de la Standard-Germany, Emil Helfferich, témoigna après la guerre que les fonds de la Standard Oil ont aidés à payer les gardes SS du camp d’Auschwitz. Suivant la Deuxième guerre mondiale, le mouvement eugénique des Rockefeller a fait un changement de façade pour se distancer des nazis maintenant discrédités. In 1950, les Rockefeller réorganisent le mouvement eugénique américain et y ajoute le contrôle du nombre de la population mondiale et des groupes d’avortement. La Société d’eugénisme (Eugenics Society) change son nom pour la Société pour l’étude de la biologie sociale (Society for the Study of Social Biology). «Le nom a été changé parce qu’il devenait évident que les changements de nature eugénique en viendraient à justifier d’autres raisons que l’eugénisme, and that attaching this label would have the effect of harming more than helping their adoption. Birth control and abortion have proven to be great eugenic advances of our times. If they had been put forward for avowed reasons of eugenics, this would have delayed or stopped their acceptance ”, commented Frederick Osborn, responsible for the operations of the organization at that time. (Source)
The rest is history. Eugenics loses face publicly, but ideology does not die among the elite, it only becomes "underground". It will be renamed "genetic science" and will be housed under its roof. This ideology is starting to show its ugly face again in different forms in our societies, including the theme of global depopulation, as discussed both in their own documents and in their meetings, by many wealthy and influential figures, government and military programs and global organizations.