Science, Eugenics and why Nazis won after all…

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Old Mengele picture with kids? [http://mengele-friends.livejournal.com/]
Auschwitz experiments were just the beginning. The beginning of a war Science has started against Humans. We every day see genes, talk about genes, study genes, analyze genes. We listen about the right to abortion, about the right to terminate lives in the name of our… well being.

We think that Nazis lost…

But their MAIN cause is still very much alive in our science today.

Maybe because we always believed in the same things as the Nazis… As Alexis Carrel (1), we love to make “improvements”. We like being gods. And this will not stop until humans become monsters. We must not forget that one of the first things Hitler did when he came to power, was to make abortion legal (2). And he used abortion as tool to exterminate populations in the context of his genocide agenda. (7, 8, PDF Article) Eugenics has for a long time been the favorite “toy” of western “civilization” long before Hitler. (9, 10) (three eugenics conventions were held long before Hitler) Hitler just used it. And how much do we love those new “toys” like the Führer did!

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Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics (KWI-A)
Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics (KWI-A)

Tοday’s science may question Christ or the existence of a Cause for the universe, but it does not question the findings of the Nazis. It just changed the name of the “Kaiser Wilhelm” institute of biology research. You can now find it as… “Max Planck”. (345)

Science is still at “war”. And it will not stop until it wins. As Mengele said (6)…

Dr. Nyiszli: “When will all this extermination cease?”
Dr. Mengele: “My friend, it will go on, and on, and on”…

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  1. Yes, I am a Christian. And I do not tell you why! [Unless you insist…] – Religion Arguments

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  3. alphachamber

    Sir,
    from your picture you look like still quite “young”. You can be forgiven for not having studied every subject intensly, of which you write about in your Blog. Therefore it is even more important to check your facts, before using them in your arguments.
    Here just so much: Eugenics was a US “invention” and readily shared with the faschists. Eugenics were used in social engineering projects during the “New Deal” in much more widespread and systematic fashion than in Europe, before the wholesale persecution of the jews.

    1. skakos

      The article mentions that eugenics were “invented” well before Hitler and that Hitler just used them. So I would suggest you read the article a bit more carefully next time. Also please check other articles in Harmonia Philosophica concerning eugenics and other countries as well, e.g. Sweden.

      PS. And do not ever use the personal characteristics of a person (age or anything else) to support something. Besides being rude, this shows lack of desire to actually speak with the other person on an equal basis.

      1. alphachamber

        Right, so why keeping the Nazi-theme alive in many of your Essays?

        “Personal characteristics” play part in forming a persons outlook and experience: to take this into account is not rude, but considerate. But as a mature peraonality would know that, right? 🙂
        I am hardly an individual who needs your lecture on this. If you do feel offended you can simply delete my comment.

      2. skakos

        Your comment will stay here as a proof of how people can use the wrong arguments to argue about something. Thanks.

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