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Eugenics - What they are, why they're good, and how they should be implemented
08-06-2016, 04:14 AM
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Eugenics - What they are, why they're good, and how they should be implemented
Howdy, y'all. I came across this abridging forum, and decided to make an account as I'm a huge fan of DBZA (I donate $200 a month just to them)

Anyhow, there's more than two kinds of eugenics, but they can usually be sorted into two baskets; Positive, and negative. Both are currently in use to some effect in most countries. Positive eugenics encourages birthrates of the desirables, and negative eugenics punishes or dissuades the undesirable stock from breeding.

Japan currently employs positive eugenics. Their birthrate is horrendously low, so at the moment they're encouraging everyone to have children (their Kodomo Teate law grants monthly stipends to parents). By doing this, they increase birthrates across the board.

The US employs negative eugenics by funding planned parenthood, a non-profit organization that provides access to abortion and birth control for lower class families. By doing this, they help ensure that the undesirables will have less children. Few will argue that this is a bad thing, just like few argued against the public health act being amended.

Now, how do we do it? I'm most fond of a simple method; We divide people into three groups. The "elites", people who should be heavily encouraged to breed, the "average" group who are allowed to have two or less children, and the "undesirable" stock that should be discouraged or heavily penalized. This group consists of people with severe heretic physical or mental disorders. It would be well worth the money spent to provide them with free sterilization, as well as a monetary incentive to do so.

The only drawback is that granting any single group the power to dictate who is "average" or "elite" can be abused. The undesirables are often immediately identifiable by any "average". Therefor, it should be a committee of "averages" who dictates these conditions, a separate committee who interprets them, and a third who actually executes the orders.
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09-20-2016, 03:20 PM
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RE: Eugenics - What they are, why they're good, and how they should be implemented
There's a lot wrong with this post that it'll be tough to begin with.
*Ahem*
Eugenics in almost every form is awful.
Here's why, genetics are not something that'll be wiped out through "selective breeding." It doesn't, mutations and evolution will mess up your plan. Not to mention the fact that Eugenics will only lead to Humanity becoming far more inbred, more receptive to diseases as well as defects.

The US, Japan, Germany or most Modern, 1st world countries DON'T employ Eugenic programs. Eugenics is a planned program to "select" the best genes and make better citizens. The only system we have that does that, is animal husbandry and animal cloning.

Planned Parenthood isn't just about abortion or birth control, it is as the name provides, planned parenting. Most of their programs deal with teaching new parents on how to care for children, what to feed them, give them help when they need to. Hell, they have a program or two on STD's.

The fact that you use such terms as "Undesirables," the idea to prop up "elites" over average, or "undesirables" means that you're very much a fan of some rather... questionable or radical political group. I'd suggest to pull the head out of your ass and actually look at why they're doing it instead of assuming Eugenics.

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09-23-2016, 09:02 AM
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RE: Eugenics - What they are, why they're good, and how they should be implemented
(09-20-2016 03:20 PM)dylanhack Wrote:  There's a lot wrong with this post that it'll be tough to begin with.
*Ahem*
Eugenics in almost every form is awful.
Here's why, genetics are not something that'll be wiped out through "selective breeding." It doesn't, mutations and evolution will mess up your plan. Not to mention the fact that Eugenics will only lead to Humanity becoming far more inbred, more receptive to diseases as well as defects.

The US, Japan, Germany or most Modern, 1st world countries DON'T employ Eugenic programs. Eugenics is a planned program to "select" the best genes and make better citizens. The only system we have that does that, is animal husbandry and animal cloning.

Planned Parenthood isn't just about abortion or birth control, it is as the name provides, planned parenting. Most of their programs deal with teaching new parents on how to care for children, what to feed them, give them help when they need to. Hell, they have a program or two on STD's.

The fact that you use such terms as "Undesirables," the idea to prop up "elites" over average, or "undesirables" means that you're very much a fan of some rather... questionable or radical political group. I'd suggest to pull the head out of your ass and actually look at why they're doing it instead of assuming Eugenics.

Did you read my post? There is more types of eugenics than exist in your tiny world. "Planning parenthood" is a euphemism for abortion. Anyone with two brain cells to rub together is aware of that. Systemic abortion is eugenics, there's no way around that.

"Mutation and evolution" are tools for eugenics. They aren't some unharness-able force. You're an intelligent monkey, do you think your bananas were originally so easy to peel and eat? No, of course not, we railroaded evolution towards our ultimate design. Do you think that oranges as we know them simply grew on trees? Of course not.

The future is the removal of all diseases. Horrible, painful degenerate conditions like polio or autism will be stamped out.
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09-25-2016, 06:07 PM
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