Social Care / Social Services should be the answer, not the problem. Change social care so they support children and families, not persecute them.

The Child Protective Service and child adoption is just another form of breaking up otherwise strong bloodline family and it has been going on for years.

Eugenics is currently defined as the “applied science or the bio-social movement which advocates the use of practices aimed at improving the genetic composition of a population“. In the early 1900′s the establishment it started to sterilize people based on a board’s decision that they had BAD GENES.

Genetics and eugenics became focused on Eugen Fischer‘s concept of phenogenetics[4] and the Nazi twin study methods of Fischer and Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer. Both the public and some elements of the scientific community have associated eugenics with Nazi abuses, such as enforced “racial hygiene“, human experimentation, and the extermination of “undesired” population groups.

CPS stealing babies from innocent babies and falsify documents relating to parents who fight back.

Paula Adams

Failure of Family Court System

Earlier proposed means of achieving these goals focused on selective breeding, while modern ones focus on prenatal testing and screening, genetic counseling, birth control, in vitro fertilization, and genetic engineering. Eugenicists advocate specific policies that (if successful) would lead to a perceived improvement of the human gene pool. 

Eugenics has also been concerned with the elimination of hereditary diseases such as haemophilia and Huntington’s disease,   This can be the case for genes with a heterozygote advantage, such as sickle cell anaemia.

Normal and sickle blood cells - EUGENICS

Eugenic policies have been conceptually divided into two categories: Positive eugenics, which encourage a designated “most fit” to reproduce more often; and negative eugenics, which discourage or prevent a designated “less fit” from reproducing. Negative eugenics need not be coercive.

A state might offer financial rewards to certain people who submit to sterilization, although some critics might reply that this incentive along with social pressure could be perceived as coercion. Positive eugenics can also be coercive. Abortion by “fit” women was illegal in Nazi Germany.

University apologises for experiments on children, November 18, 2009

The University of Melbourne has issued an apology to the Forgotten Australians over medical experiments performed on children in state care. 



Manipulating perception, through propaganda… are one of the pillars keeping these agencies them up.


Normal and sickle blood cells - EUGENICS

Birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger is back in the news this week thanks to GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, who claimed on national television that Planned Parenthood, the visionary global movement she founded nearly a century ago, is really about one thing only: “preventing black babies from being born.”


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