Unfortunately for America, Justice Ruth Ginsburg is not the only devotee of Eugenics loose in the nationâ€™s capitol.
WorldNetDaily reports (07.13.09) that President Obamaâ€™s â€œScience Czarâ€, Professor John Holdren, is an advocate of fascist policies to control population growth and save â€œMother Earthâ€ from sundry apocalyptic threats. This former â€œTeresa Heinz Professor of Environmental Policyâ€ at the Kennedy School was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on March 20 as the Director of the White House Office of Science & Technology.
It is probably safe to assume that many members of the U.S. Senate were unaware of his radical policy views at the time of his confirmation, despite the fact that he proudly proclaimed many of his outrageous views in a landmark book published in 1977. Co-authored with Paul Ehrlich, the book was entitled, Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment.
Professor Holdren advocated an international police force to ensure that human populations were forcibly reduced across the globe. This global regime would also have authority to allocate both natural and renewable resources based upon optimal population figures for each region of the planet.
In Holdrenâ€™s opinion, the U.S. Constitution could be stretched to accommodate compulsory abortions and forced sterilization.
Holdren and his compatriots went so far as to argue that international law should be established to mandate farming-out children born to teenage mothers to families deemed “more suitable”. (One is tempted to accuse Holdren of direct theft from the Official Nazi Playbook on this point).
The WorldNetDaily article documents the rabbit trail Professor Holdren followed when the â€˜70s fad of a â€œpopulation crisisâ€ morphed into the present hype about â€œglobal warmingâ€. To be current, Holdren has added a clarion call for a global tax on â€œgreenhouse emissionsâ€, perhaps to pay for his abortion police teams.
As the popular media continues to sedate the American public with stories about Michael Jackson, it is vital that patriots confront the reality that some scary people â€“ very scary people â€“ have gained significant power in the nationâ€™s capital. The drug-induced, utopian fantasies of 60s radicals have been carefully nurtured, repackaged and brought into the White House; these notions now appear as cap-and-trade taxes, government-run health care and nationalized credit markets.
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