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August 23, 2016

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. -- “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.”

That was the opinion of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. after the United States Supreme Court upheld a decision effectively legalizing compulsory sterilization. 

The decision was filed March 29, 1927 and has never been overturned, according to the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc.


[This is the second release of court-filings by the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., concerning major decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States which concern civil rights laws from the viewpoint that is contrary to today’s zeitgeist.  The first release was Loving v. Virginia.]

In Buck v. Bell, 274 U.S. 200 (1927), SCOTUS was tasked with determining whether compulsory sterilization of unfit individuals “for the protection and health of the state” is unconstitutional.  SCOTUS has yet to expressly overturn its decision, which held that compulsory sterilization is not unconstitutional—because “Three generations of imbeciles are enough,” as Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., wrote.

Now being publicly released via the website of the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., is the brief of Dr. J. H. Bell, whose lawyer--Aubrey E. Strode--argued in favor of compulsory sterilization of "degenerates."

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The ruling was considered negative eugenics; improving the gene pool by controlling the birth of those considered undesirables 
“for the protection and health of the state.”

Perhaps the  most prominent advocate of eugenics was Margaret Sanger, the founder of planned parenthood. The height of Sanger's movement coincided with the court's decision. Sanger encouraged blacks to use birth control, addressed a Ku Klux Klan meeting at least once, and traveled to to China, Korea, and Japan in 1922 to encourage East Asian women to use birth control. 

Eugenics is still practices, although the term is long since gone out of vogue. 

White women are discouraged from having children. They are convinced that traditional families — children in particular — are a detriment to their well being. Usually birth control and anti-family propaganda is focused on women's career advancements. 

The birth rate among whites in the United States is about 1.79 per woman. A birthrate of 2.1 is required to sustain the white population. Note that many white women give birth to mixed-race offspring.

Pseudo-feminism frequently targets the "1950's housewife" as a subservient roll that discriminated against women. 

The so-called "rape culture" focuses almost exclusively on white males who are demonized in the minds of women. Note pseudo-feminism is seldom critical of "refugees" raping and molesting thousands of women. Nor does it condemn black males who rape white women. 

Globalists are controlling the white population worldwide because they are deemed undesirable; a people group whose innovation of life enhancement has resulted in an economic disparity between Western and  third-world nations.

U.S. White non-Hispanic fertility rate has held relatively stable since 1990, at around 60 births per thousand women of reproductive age. [source]
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  1. My wife watches these reality shows with midgets and I see midgets having children with other midgets openly stating there is a 25 or 50% chance that the child will be deformed too.
    Am I for forced sterilization? Hell, you bet!