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Bioethics and the New Eugenics

03/07/20211 Comment


At first glance, bioethics might seem like just another branch of ethical philosophy where academics endlessly debate other academics about how many angels dance on the head of a pin in far-out, science fiction like scenarios. What many do not know, however, is that the seemingly benign academic study of bioethics has its roots in the dark history of eugenics. With that knowledge, the dangers inherent in entrusting some of the most important discussions about the life, death and health of humanity in the hands of a select few become even more apparent.

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Episode 396 – Bioethics and the New Eugenics

03/06/202188 Comments

At first glance, bioethics might seem like just another branch of ethical philosophy where academics endlessly debate other academics about how many angels dance on the head of a pin in far-out, science fiction like scenarios. What many do not know, however, is that the seemingly benign academic study of bioethics has its roots in the dark history of eugenics. With that knowledge, the dangers inherent in entrusting some of the most important discussions about the life, death and health of humanity in the hands of a select few become even more apparent.

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From Bioethics to Eugenics

07/26/2020175 Comments

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Bioethics and Eugenics: The Ugly Truth

03/11/201716 Comments


As more and more increasingly outrageous headlines begin to gain notoriety among the general public–Newsweek making the case for killing granny, for example, or the recent widespread coverage of an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics promoting infanticide–many are only beginning to realize what the authors of the “after-birth abortion” paper admitted in such a blase fashion in the open letter they used to defend their proposal: these debates have been going on in the bioethics community for 40 years. They are only now arriving as a type of fait accompli to be digested by the public.

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Still Listening to the Enemy

03/29/2016

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Interview 496 – Anton Chaitkin on the Eugenics / Euthanasia Agenda

04/14/2012

Anton Chaitkin, history editor of the Executive Intelligence Review, joins us to talk about the historical context of the push to mainstream euthanasia ideas in modern medicine. We discuss the eugenics roots of these ideas and Chaitkin’s 2009 confrontation of Ezekiel Emanuel over this suppressed history.

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Episode 225 – Still Listening to the Enemy

04/07/20121 Comment

In this jam-packed 90 minute episode of the podcast, we tap into enemy communications once again to find out what the global “superclass” are thinking and doing. From global government to synthetic biology, the phony left/right paradigm and Rockefeller’s ruminations, we break down the arguments and parse the rhetoric of the globalists’ transmissions.

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Interview 488 – Jon Rappoport on the Bioethics Agenda

04/03/2012

Jon Rappoport of NoMoreFakeNews.com joins us to discuss the academic discipline of bioethics, a field of inquiry that presumes to be able to settle the moral quandaries raised by modern medicine. We discuss the startling implications of recent calls for after-birth abortions, the false debate about money as a determinative tool in life and death situations, the roots of these problems in the eugenics mindset, and how the bioreductive paradigm of humans as mechanical automatons is fundamentally flawed.

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Corbett Report Radio 087 – Exposing the Black Genocide with Rev. Clenard Childress

03/13/2012

Tonight we talk to Rev. Clenard Childress, Jr. of BlackGenocide.org about the devastation that abortion has wrought in the African-American community, in which 52% of pregnancies now end in abortion. We examine the eugenics-inspired roots of the American Birth Control League and how that ideology has been carried over into the current day and age by the modern-day eugenicsts.

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New World Next Week – 2012/02/02

02/02/2012

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