billj at harborside.com
Thu Jun 1 22:39:17 EDT 2006
Wow, Condy Rice better watch her back, er... front. :)
>Dr. Louis Hellman, then Deputy Assistant Secretary of Population
>Affairs presented statistics confirming that the U.S. gave federal grants
>for sterilizing low income people, funds reimbursing states for 90% of the
>cost of sterilizing indigent women.
Great! I'm perfectly happy to see people who repeatedly burden the
taxpayers with their irresponsible breeding habits sterilized. You know
that's quite different from sterilizing them _because_ of their race,
but you're a professional liar. The wackiest libs I've known tried to
tell me that the voluntary military is genocidal, because "people of
color" are disproportionately represented. Perhaps pawn shops are also
racist, since "people of color" disproportionately must resort to being
>Now, since you seem interested in locals other than the U.S., maybe you'd be
>interested in the funding through the Rockefeller Foundation for the
>sterilization of Columbian women. Or the U.S. imposed population control
>program administered by the Peace Corps who sterilized Quechua Indian women
So the second big category consists of situations involving foreign
governments, where you have no idea who in that country really was
> The Immigration Act of 1924, ch.190, §11(a), 43 Stat. 153, 159, amended by
>The Immigration and Nationality Act, ch. 477, §201, 66 Stat. 175 (1952),
>amended by Pub. L. No. 89-236, §1, 79 Stat. 911 (1965).
And that brings us to category 3, the ancient history of the U. S. My,
there certainly were some ignorant people back then.
Thank goodness someone recognizes the problem of overpopulation, which
is what every single one of Bush's diplomatic statements referred to,
and you know that too. You have knowingly misrepresented the charcter
of individual after individual. For instance, "eugenics" refers, in one
context, to technology enabling couples to have sickle-cell anemia-free
children, just by selecting a sperm and egg that are both free from the
abnormal gene. I'm happy to hear that Bush Sr. is "for" that.
If I learned anything from your long email, it's the largely contrived
reasons for why some people think that they deserve more rights than the
rest of us; oh, and how easy it is for a pro to craft BS into a
first-class hate piece.
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