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    This news article from the San Fransisco Gate is just another example of the "if you are White you are guilty" syndrome.
    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...NG9C2QSKB1.DTL

    This is not a news story, its a news article. It is another example of the judens control of the media. The Eugenics movement in the USA was not race specific.

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    Nordicism and Eugenics in America

    Some interesting info I recently have come across. At one point in time, no less than the President of the United States himself was a Nordicist. But not only that, there were sterilization laws in most U.S. states.

    "In 1925, the president kept cooly silent as forty thousand costumed Klansmen paraded through the streets of Washington, D.C. Still, there were benefits to Coolidge's reticence; many of his utterances, such as when he declared, "Biological laws shows us that Nordics deteriorate when mixed with other races," hardly helped the cause of equal rights."

    Philip A. Klinkner and Rogers M. Smith, The Unsteady March: The Rise and Decline of Racial Equality in America (Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press), p.123

    U.S. states with eugenics legislation in the 1930s:

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