The Importance of Ira Katz’s Eugenics Article

Ira Katz’ article on Eugenics is one of the important posted on LRC in many years. It is a must read. It gets to the crux of this profoundly crucial issue by pointing to two seminal (and very different) individuals “who are observers of the world scene that I follow are James Corbett of the and the populist lawyer Robert Barnes of”  I have been a daily reader (and later prolific contributor to) for over twenty years. I also am an enthusiastic supporter of the diligent and authoritative work of James Corbett and Robert Barnes, two of the most profound and incisive voices in their respective fields. Repeatedly, at both LRC and at, I have posted numerous articles/blogs highlighting the insidious backstory narrative of Eugenics as a central ideological focus of the globalist elites and their spurious “credentialed” minions acting as the woke storm troopers in their New World Order /The Great Reset agendas.

Eugenics is at the epicenter of implementation of a corporatist Social Credit economy (based upon the Chinese model) with centralized political control in a totalitarian technocratic entity, with all pervasive mass surveillance by facial recognition databases and coercive regimentation. These invasive actions are running parallel with the transition to a cashless society with all financial transactions monitored through digitalized biometric identification using such technologies as fingerprints, hand geometry and retina scanning — ultimately a microchip electronic device implanted subcutaneously (subdermally).

The Eugenics movement drew their greatest enthusiastic support and funding — extensive funding from America’s upper-most philanthropic sources such as from the Carnegie Institute and the Harriman railroad fortune. The Rockefeller Foundation helped develop and fund various German eugenics programs, including the one that Dr. Josef Mengele worked in before he went to Auschwitz. Cereal magnate J.H. Kellogg provided funding to help found the Race Betterment Foundation in Battle Creek, Michigan. They were all in league with some of America’s most respected scientists from such prestigious universities as Stanford, Yale, Harvard and Princeton.

Top tier social scientists, especially economists, gave their full sanction to the Eugenics project. Several feminist reformers advocated an agenda of eugenic legal reform. The National Federation of Women’s Clubs, the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, and the National League of Women Voters were among the variety of state and local feminist organizations that at some point lobbied for eugenic reforms.

One of the most prominent feminists to champion the eugenics agenda was Margaret Sanger, the leader of the American birth control movement. Margaret Sanger saw birth control as a means to prevent unwanted children from being born into a disadvantaged life, and incorporated the language of eugenics to advance the movement. Sanger also sought to discourage the reproduction of persons who, it was believed, would pass on mental disease or serious physical defects.


12:12 pm on October 28, 2021