97% Of German Experts Believed That Jews Threatened The Country’s Future

The Fuehrer said that he didn’t have the time to debate flat earthers about this issue. The time for action is now.

In organizing their eugenics program the Nazis were inspired by the United States’ programs of forced sterilization, especially on the eugenics laws that had been enacted in California

The Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring, proclaimed on July 14, 1933, required physicians to register every case of hereditary illness known to them, except in women over 45 years of age.  Physicians could be fined for failing to comply. In 1934, the first year of the Law’s operation, nearly 4,000 people appealed against the decisions of sterilization authorities. A total of 3,559 of the appeals failed. By the end of the Nazi regime, over 200 Hereditary Health Courts (Erbgesundheitsgerichte) were created, and under their rulings over 400,000 people were sterilized against their will

Nazi eugenics – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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5 Responses to 97% Of German Experts Believed That Jews Threatened The Country’s Future

  1. Hansen says:

    Eugenics in the US = Margaret Sanger = Planned Parenthood

  2. Shazaam says:

    It was all logical because the leading experts reached a consensus on the issue. The science was settled due to that consensus.

    If you don’t agree with the consensus, you are by definition a denier of the findings of those experts.

    Those who do not learn from history may be doomed to repeat it.

  3. Blade says:

    97% Of German Experts Believed That Jews Threatened The Country’s Future

    Nothing’s ever new, is it?

  4. gator69 says:

    More progressive ‘progress’.

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