Friday, August 15, 2014

'births that are unworthy..."

Police State         


Although he admits it “sounds blatantly authoritarian” and “violates just about every core value we possess in a free society,” a noted transhumanist author has said a world government body should forcibly sterilize anyone “deemed unworthy” of parenthood by using implanted microchips.

Constitutional attorney and civil liberties expert John W. Whitehead, founder of The Rutherford Institute, warned earlier this year that political officials would long to use this seminal technology.

In an article for today, philosopher Zoltan Istvan wrote that the notion first crossed his mind when he heard a blonde nurse say, “with 10,000 kids dying everyday around the world from starvation, you'd think we'd put birth control in the water.”

The Ehrlichs co-authored the 1977 book Ecoscience with current Obama Science Czar John Holdren. They endorsed a “comprehensive planetary regime” to control fertility, adding that “compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society.” President Obama recently said he relies on Holdren to formulate his science policy.
After careful thought, in an effort to “give hundreds of millions of future kids a better life, I cautiously endorse the idea of licensing parents,” Istvan wrote today.

The process, he said, “would be little different than getting a driver's license.” Parents must “pass a series of basic tests” in order to “get the green light to get pregnant and raise children.”

“Those applicants who are deemed unworthy” for a variety of reasons – he lists homelessness, criminal history, and poverty among his examples – “would not be allowed until they could demonstrate they were suitable parents.”


Nice adjunct to the last post (The Giver)



Anonymous said...

The question is not whether parents can or should be "licensed" to have children.

The question is: What happens when someone doesn't qualify for their license? How would the Gummint prevent them from having chilluns?

As usual with the Left, it's all about intentions, and the outcomes are irrelevant.

As a wise man once said: pay no attention to where the line are being drawn; pay attention to who is drawing the line.


Anonymous said...

Straight from the writings of Margaret Sanger.

bocopro said...

My hobby is writing -- poetry, short fiction, long fiction, articles, rants . . . . .

Some years ago I wrote a novella on that very thing, a bioengineered microorganism with roughly 95% effectiveness that when introduced in a local water supply would render males infertile and females incapable of ovulation.

Some guys build boats in their basements that no one will ever sail; I write stories in my office that no one will ever read.

Normally I'll put a finished story away for a year or so, then pull it out to edit and smooth it up. Often they expose facets of my personality I'd really rather no one else know about.

When I re-read that one, I found it to be extremely racist and genocidal, quite Hitlerian in its ethnic cleansing pursuit and rationalization thereof.

So I took it out to the back yard and burned it page by page in a 50-gallon drum. Very cathartic. I've done that with about 25 stories of varying length.

iri said...

"When I re-read that one, I found it to be extremely racist and genocidal..."

Not to worry, you're a normal human being. Everybody is extremely racist and genocidal. But if you are a White man you certainly must die.

Chief Nose Wetter said...

The Elite have always had a hard on for Eugenics. They believe that they are the lawful guardian of the planet and want to guide reproduction for their desired results. Just look at the Georgia Guidestones.

Anonymous said...

Or, just look at Algore. If you can stand to.

Sir H the Comet

jw said...

i think Aldous Huxley already wrote this book.

Anonymous said...

It is too goddam bad that the Ayatollah's mother didn't have that chip some 52 years ago. Look at all the problems that could have been avoided.


Cheezy said...

Hope this isn't one of those church sign jokes...

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