1943 Storer: "control the matings between human beings, the race could be improved"


#1

Storer, Tracy I. 1943. General Zoology (NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.), 1st edition, 798pp. Storer was a professor of zoology at the University of California at Davis, and a zoologist in the Agricultural Experiment Station. This is one of the McGraw-Hill Publications in the Zoological Sciences, for which A. Franklin Shull was Consulting Editor. On 165, from the “Eugenics” section:
“If it were possible to control the matings between
human beings, the race could be improved by
eliminating certain serious defects and in many
other ways, but this is not practical.”

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2004 Kater
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"Himmler, a former chicken farmer…, was ruled by very
strong beliefs regarding the application of breeding
theories to humans-- by way of positive selection for the
"Aryans" and negative selection for their natural enemies,
the Slavs, Gypsies, and Jews."

Hitler’s human breeding plan using [1871 Darwin]“careful selection” + mutations
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Darwin on [1871 Darwin]“careful selection” in connection with the breeding of humans;
1924/5 Hitler & 1871 Darwin on heterogeneous & homogeneous peoples
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Darwin: "the finest young men are… exposed to early death during war… feebler men… are left at home"
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Darwin: "The surgeon may harden himself whilst performing an operation, for he knows that he is acting for the good of his patient…"
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Darwin: "genius… tends to be inherited… insanity and deteriorated mental powers… run in families"
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[Darwin]"imbecile, maimed, and other useless members of society"
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an exercise: parallels between 1871 Darwin & 1924/5 Hitler?
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4 more Hitler-Darwin parallels
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Darwin on selection of Spartan children
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Hitler’s debt to American eugenicists
waragainsttheweak.com/offSiteArchive/HitlerDebtToAmerica.html

Hitler’s actions make sense given his atheism and eugenic, social Darwinist vision
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#2

Are you asking a question or trying to tell us something? If so, what?


#3

[quote=thistle]Are you asking a question or trying to tell us something? If so, what?
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If it makes no sense to you, that is a real blessing to you because it means you haven’t personally been exposed to the bigotry that this poster is responding to.

You must know what the poster is responding to.

In academic circles, Catholics are belittled for implicating the “Culture of Death” in the world; we are laughed at for being hysterical, for attacking straw men. “There is no culture of death, you are simply against science and health care choices!”

The poster is reminding us that liberalism isn’t the sunshine and smiles it portrays itself to be. It’s not about “helping people, and making us free to be you and me.” It’s about re-making the world in a cold and heartless fashion based on the false god science and technology.


#4

[quote=thistle]Are you asking a question or trying to tell us something? If so, what?
[/quote]

Do you agree with any of the Storer?

Do you agree with any of this Darwin?:

[1871/ 74 Darwin]“Europeans and Hindoos… belong to the same Aryan stock… Jews… belong to the Semitic stock”
[1872 Darwin]“Blushing is evident in all the Aryan nations of Europe… The
Semitic races blush freely, as might have been expected, from their
general similitude to the Aryans.”
[Darwin]"Dr. Saviotti in… 1871… remarks that it more frequently
occurs in prognathous skulls, not of the Aryan race, than in others"
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agree with Hitler about who ‘Jews’ are?
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#5

More insipid, link and quote laden discommunication. Trying to make the same point in the same ambiguous, ineffective way.

Are you too lazy to post words of your own? Because I am too lazy to labor through a laundry list of links to decipher the point.

My response–so what?


#6

David,

Just because someone believes in some permutation of evolution does not mean that they believe in racial eugenics. You can agree with Hitler, Darwin, Stalin, and even Osama bin Laden on different topics and still think that they were wrong on others…


#7

[quote=coyote]Are you too lazy to post words of your own?
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Yes.

Hitler, Adolf. written 1928, later published as Hitler’s Secret
Book
. From Chapter 1, “War and Peace” linked to from
solargeneral.com/library/hsb/index.htm
Countless are the species of all the Earth’s
organisms, unlimited at any moment in individuals is
their instinct for self preservation as well as the
longing for continuance, yet the space in which the
whole life process takes place is limited. The
struggle for existence and continuance in life waged
by billions upon billions of organisms takes place on
the surface of an exactly measured sphere. The
compulsion to engage in the struggle for existence
lies in the limitation of the living space; but in the life
struggle for this living space lies also the basis for
evolution

 In the times before man, world history was primarily
 a presentation of geological events:  the struggle of
 natural forces with one another, the creation of an
 inhabitable surface on this planet, the separation of
 water from land, the formation of mountains, of
 plains, and of the seas.  This is the world history of
 this time.  Later, with the emergence of organic life,
 man's interest concentrated on the process of
 becoming and the passing away of its thousandfold
 forms.  And only very late did man finally become

 visible to himself, and thus by the concept of world
 history he began to understand first and foremost
 only the history of his own becoming, that is, the
 presentation of his own evolution.  This evolution is
 characterised by an eternal struggle of men against
 beasts and against men themselves.  From the
 invisible confusion of the organisms there finally
 emerged formations:  Clans, Tribes, Folks, States.
 The description of their origins and their passing
 away is but the representation of an eternal struggle
 for existence.

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Multi-Pronged Role of Darwinian Thought in Shoah’s Arrival
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Hitler’s actions make sense given his atheism and eugenic, social Darwinist vision
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July 1947 indictment by Allies of SS Race and Settlement
Office leaders:
"Kidnapping the children of foreign nationals in order to
select for Germanization those who were considered of
’racial value.’… Encouraging and compelling abortions
on Eastern workers… Preventing marriages and
hampering reproduction of enemy nationals."
Cited in
Black, Edwin. 2003. War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s
Campaign to Create a Master Race
(NY: Four Walls Eight Windows),
550pp., 405.

Darwin on selection of Spartan children
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Critique of Roe v. Wade
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Darwin, T.H. Huxley, Haeckel, Trotha, Goebbels, Hitler, Marx, O’Hair
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#8

[quote=Isidore_AK]Just because someone believes in some permutation of evolution does not mean that they believe in racial eugenics.
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Meaning of “evolution”?

legerdemain in the use of the word 'evolution’
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[quote=Isidore_AK]You can agree with Hitler, Darwin, Stalin, and even Osama bin Laden on different topics and still think that they were wrong on others
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Correct. On one point, Dawkins agrees with his fellow Darwinist atheism-adherent Hitler, and I agree with Dawkins.

1941 Hitler & 2003 Dawkins observation re: conflicting religions
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All three of us agree that 2 + 2 = 4.


#9

[quote=davidford]…

Correct. On one point, Dawkins agrees with his fellow Darwinist atheism-adherent Hitler, and I agree with Dawkins.

1941 Hitler & 2003 Dawkins observation re: conflicting religions
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All three of us agree that 2 + 2 = 4.
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Do you agree with this:

[quote=Adolf Hitler]…one can count on the earth a hundred and seventy religions of a certain importance-- each of them claiming, of course, to be the repository of the truth. At least a hundred and sixty-nine of them, therefore, are mistaken!
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Admittedly times have changed - i.e. the total population and number of religions - but that is hardly central to his point. Do you agree that there cannot be more than one true religion?


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