Introduction to eugenics

by Evropa Soberana ‘All people can be Gods people now through the New Covenant… all peoples have a right to exist and continue to exist, but no race is superior in the sight of God. Each people has been given specific attributes and responsibilities but to God every soul is valuable’ —Matt Heimbach. Editor’s Note:…

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Why Europeans must reject Christianity, 21

by Ferdinand Bardamu   A Europe without Christianity? The world of classical antiquity shone as a lamp in the dark, filled with a youthful vigor that ensured its institutions and ideas would endure long after Greece and Rome ceased to exist as viable political entities. Science and reason were then snuffed out by the darkness…

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Kriminalgeschichte, 32

Editor’s note: The author states below: ‚This provision [by Constantine] had serious consequences, as it was one of the first to deprive Jews, in practice, of owning farms’. This is how the first seeds were planted for the Jews to do what today is called ‚white collar‘ jobs. In the days of Ancient Rome the…

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Eugenics and Race, 6

Clear thinking on Race and Eugenics? We suppose it is rather early to expect the uniformed and careless mass of mankind to accept such ideas. A number of our early forbears did practice a crude form of eugenics—the Spartans for one and the Indo-Aryans for another—and the agricultural revolution in eighteenth century Europe was based…

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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.…

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Eugenics and Race, 4

Today the law of survival of the fittest no longer holds good amongst human beings and some writers even claim it has been replaced by the law of survival of the unfittest… Today, the poorer specimens of humanity have become protected beings, and the more capable are elected by scholarships and examinations to the levels…

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Eugenics and Race, 3

Evolution amongst the higher animals takes place between competing tribes and sub-species… If a nation with a more advanced, more specialised, or in any way superior set of genes mingles with, instead of exterminating, an inferior tribe, then it commits racial suicide, and destroys the work of thousands of years of biological isolation and natural…

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Eugenics and Race, 2

Once a species becomes mixed, it will be seen from the foregoing that the genes themselves never blend, and no blending of species can take place, other than superficially by the dominance of certain genetic qualities, or materially, by the elimination of all individuals (possibly over a period of many generations) who may exhibit variant…

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Eugenics and Race, 1

A passage from the first chapter of Eugenics and Race, a booklet now available from Daybreak Publications (here): This theory of an African origin is interesting as the African Negro remains the most ape-like in appearance of all the existing races of man… With the improvement in climatic conditions he [Cro-Magnon man] started to roam…

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Eugenics and race

by Prof. Roger Pearson Foreword This booklet [first edition 1959, second and revised edition 1966] comprises a selection of articles from the pages of Northern World which between them broadly cover the field of eugenics and race, and help to show how these twin studies are both facets of the same subject: heredity. There can…

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