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First Black President Grovels To Virulently Racist Royal Family, Infamous Nazi Worshiper and Genocidal Wingnut Prince Philip asks Obama “Can you tell foreign leaders apart?”
The sight of any U.S. president literally bowing to British royalty is enough for many Americans to become outraged. However, the fact that the latest to do so is America’s first black president made yesterday’s exchange between Obama and the Queen of England even more troublesome. Prior to meeting the Queen and her notoriously racist husband, Prince Philip, Obama announced that he “loves” her and that “in the imagination of people throughout America” the queen stands for “decency” and “civility”. How repugnantly ironic that the first black president of the so called “free world” should refer to the most entrenched prejudiced and elitist institution in Europe as an icon of “civility”!
…Prince Philip on his desire to wipe out 90+% of the human population, “If I were reincarnated, I would wish to be returned to Earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.”

…all in the Nazi family, Prince Harry shows his true colors…


April 3, 2009 Posted by | Eugenics, New World Order Uncloaks, Racism | Leave a comment

Agent Orange devastates generations of Vietnamese

…another US legacy of the Vietnam War in Laos is three rounds of unexploded ordinance for every human being.

January 17, 2009 Posted by | Eugenics, New World Order "Environmentalism" | Leave a comment

Eugenic Euphemisms: Protecting our children from diseases—and ugly truths
Next week, Barack Obama will be inaugurated as president of the United States. There will be parties, cameras, a ceremony, and a parade. The world will watch and celebrate. In politics, revolutions are clearly marked. Social revolutions that emerge from science, however, are often overlooked. One of those revolutions is happening right now, a week before Obama’s inauguration, across the Atlantic Ocean. “First baby tested for breast cancer form BRCA1 before conception born in UK,” says the press release from University College London. “The first baby tested preconceptionally for a genetic form of breast cancer (BRCA1) has been born.” The release quotes Paul Serhal, medical director of the hospital’s Assisted Conception Unit: “This little girl will not face the specter of developing this genetic form of breast cancer or ovarian cancer in her adult life. The parents will have been spared the risk of inflicting this disease on their daughter. “The lasting legacy is the eradication of the transmission of this form of cancer that has blighted these families for generations.” Lasting. Legacy. Eradication. Families. Generations. We’re no longer talking about protecting an individual. We’re talking about cleansing families forever. “We are eliminating the gene from our line,” says the happy mother. Serhal agrees: “We are eradicating it from the whole family tree.” From the standpoint of efficiency, this is wonderful. But efficiency and collective cleansing are the core principles of eugenics. Even if your daughter doesn’t get breast cancer from the gene, why burden her with the question of whether to test her own embryos for it? Why not make the decision for her, and for her daughters, and for their daughters?

January 14, 2009 Posted by | Eugenics | Leave a comment