Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Plan For Master Race Backfired According To Author Edwin Black

Study of Jewish Noses Picked Over By Irish Journalist

by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

Celebrated author Edwin Black whose international best seller after IBM and the Holocaust.... War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America's Campaign to Create A Master Race... shows how the idea of a master race backfired.   The American program which was based at Cold Spring Harbor, New York,  built upon the German National Socialist program by importing and exporting selective breeding techniques that were to produce a world-wide master race that would dominate slave workers.

Provost and senior vice chancellor of the University of Virginia, J. David Smith, said of Black's War Against the Weak that it's a "truimph of historical research" and "that it provides new information on the pseudoscience that brought humanity to the brink of creating a monstrous master race."  J. David Smith is quite familiar with the botched American eugenics program that was initially funded by the wife of railroad mogul, E.H. Harriman.  Mary Harriman's husband employed Prescott Bush, the father of George Herbert Walker Bush and grandfather of George Walker Bush.  Black's book traces the Nazi ideologies that were intertwined with the ideas of the American eugenicists who filled the American Breeders Association which was established in St. Louis, Missouri in 1903 and which progressed with the help of Harriman's funding to its larger Eugenics Record Office based at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.

J. David's Smith's book The Sterilization of Carrie Buck, similarly, is set in the context of the eugenic program's shadowy purview which influenced such well-documented health care initiatives as the Tuskogee Experiments as well as similar experiments conducted with America's help in places like Nicaragua.

"Most people would have thought that such a progrom would have been housed at some place like Selma, Alabama or Atlanta or Birmingham, but Cold Spring Harbor, New York?" I thought.

Recent discoveries, according to the journalist for the Irish Cross-Cultural Medical Studies Report, Ian J. O'Malley, a magazine that aims at uncovering the truths behind the Nazi and American eugenics programs, have shown the degree to which the American and Nazi eugenics programs failed.  "Poor white Southerners were the next to go," said O'Malley.  "Think of all those poor Irish riding the rails of Mr. Harriman's Union Pacific Railroad for resettlement in Indian Territory where the two groups could scratch each other's eyes out," said Mr. O'Malley.  "Not much different from the Jews riding the rails to Auschwitz is it?"  he asked.   O'Malley said in Dublin on Thursday that "as the Cold Spring Harbor experiment quickly progressed based on the importation of the Nazi findings provided through Allen Dulles' conservation of the radical Nazi science through "Operation Paperclip" it was ever apparent that their pseudo-science could not be trusted.  That Americans did not pull the plug on this Frankenstein-like nightmare is chilling and that more people were blind to this chapter in American history is damning.  America's political leadership and educational system had been hijacked.  But when you consider that the Cold Spring Harbor project backers were also major shapers of the entire American educational system you begin to understand," said O'Malley.

"We Irish and Scots were confronted with this dark proposal when William Wallace's people were going to be bred out of existence by Edward I, or Longshanks, the tyrannical king of England.  It's an old ploy," said O'Malley,  "and always is a sad part of world history as evidenced by the notable backfires it has created."

 "Was Hitler himself an example of such a backfire?" I asked.    He was young enough to have been born just as the German and American eugenics programs were gaining steam.

"We'll never know," said O'Malley, "He was born in 1889 when these ideas were swiftly rising on the world scene, but there are many other cases of the American and Nazi eugenics programs' failed experiments.  These show with overwhelming force that their claims of a master race would fall far, far short of their imagined reality.

For the clear example described by Mr. O'Malley see

No comments:

Post a Comment