Eugenics and Race, 5

Note from the Editor:

A former sponsor of this blog speculated that I wanted to exterminate Mediterraneans like him. That is nonsense—I myself look like a Med. Not even Himmler wanted to do such thing.

This said, Richard Spencer fails horribly when fantasizing a New Rome that does not distinguish between, say, Sicilians and Norwegians.

These passages from the fifth chapter of Eugenics and Race (available here) show what mudblood states in Europe ought to do if they wanted inclusion in a Fourth Reich.
 

In a Brave New World such as Aldous Huxley pictures, it is quite conceivable that the citizens of a state might be persuaded by propaganda (or even forced) to accept foster parenthood, in which case future generations would be produced from parents specially selected for this role… Nations which have been largely mongrelised could be rejuvenated through the proper selection of representative donors for artificial insemination…

It must be possible to show that the donor has a ‘pure’ and ‘healthy’ genetic constitution, not merely a seemingly fit body, mind and personality himself. This means that he must be ‘racially’ pure—capable of breeding true to the healthy lines required. If in his family history there are inherited faults present in his genes, due to earlier crossing with unhealthy stock, then the individual cannot be allowed to donate either egg or sperm.

Eventually we must aim to build up a capable and healthy race which will breed only capable and healthy kind. When that is achieved we shall have a ‘pure race’ (for a pure race is no more than a group of individuals who are capable of interbreeding and reproducing similarly pure kind). To obtain a ‘pure race’, however, we have to rely on breeding from pure stock: from stock which has proved itself racially true through several generations.

Fortunately, relatively pure healthy stock of every main racial type still does exist, and so the nations and the races of the world, if they act early, can use artificial insemination as a boon to mankind, and so go far towards breeding back the ‘ideal’ types that must once have existed—or even improve on these types. We in Northern Europe for our part can perhaps hope to recreate a society comparable to that of the Heroes of Asgard.