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Dinesh D’Souza Admits that Republicans Supported Eugenic Sterilization

This is a corrected version of the Eugenicist Republican meme.

by Hadding Scott

ABOUT A MONTH AGO I wrote that I had accused Dinesh D’Souza of relying heavily on half-truths, and that when Dinesh D’Souza challenged me to cite one of his half-truths, I pointed out that he hides the fact that Republicans were the main proponents of eugenic sterilization.

When I pointed that out, he had no response. There was no response that he could give that would even speciously let him off the hook. So he just moved on and ignored the problem.

Subsequently I created a meme, a map of the United States that shows that mostly Republican governors signed eugenic sterilization into law, and I have posted it many times on Twitter, along with other memes indicating other deceptions in Dinesh D’Souza’s argument.

Dinesh D’Souza generally ignores my posts attacking him, of which there have been many. He has responded to two between 9 November and today. In one instance he responded with a hairsplitting rhetorical question that bypassed the real point, and in another instance he responded to a point that was not what I had said, which of course is called strawmanning. This kind of dishonest rhetoric actually seems to work for him with the kinds of stupid people who find the rest of his rhetoric appealing, if likes and retweets are any indication.

This morning (12 December 2017) I made the same point that I made on 9 November, but this time using the meme that I had created, and it was addressed to somebody recommending D’Souza’s book The Big Lie to Bret Baier of Fox News. There was a good chance that Bret Baier would see my post.

That’s why, I think, Dinesh D’Souza finally felt obliged to respond to the point that he had ignored one month earlier. This time, amazingly, he admitted that Republicans had supported eugenic sterilization. He still tries to downplay it, but that’s not going to be very convincing when there was already a graphic display in the same thread showing that the overwhelming majority of governors who signed eugenic sterilization into law were Republicans.

Since Dinesh D’Souza also claims in his response that progressives supported “eugenic murder,” I posted proof that he had lied about this, a page from Paul Popenoe’s book Applied Eugenics (1918) wherein Popenoe says that the “lethal chamber” and castration are not necessary for eugenics. Dinesh D’Souza has been claiming that Popenoe advocated the use of “lethal chambers” and thereby, D’Souza says, pointed the way for the Holocaust. This lie linking Popenoe to the Holocaust is important, given the subtitle of D’Souza’s book: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left.

The last post on that thread (as of this writing) is by a leftist (whose motives for attacking Dinesh D’Souza are probably different from mine). He supplies a video by Rachel Maddow that talks about the Republican involvement in curbing “diverse” immigration, and the eugenic argument that was used to justify this change in policy.

The information given about the history of the Republican involvement in eugenic sterilization and immigration-restriction is, I believe, mostly correct.

The assertion that eugenic sterilization has anything to do with killing people is, however, false: it’s Jewish Holocaust propaganda. You will recall that Dinesh D’Souza made the same assertion, and that I showed the page from Paul Popenoe’s book Applied Eugenics where Popenoe said that eugenics required neither killing nor castration.

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Source: National-Socialist Worldview

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16 December, 2017 6:46 am

Mad Cow on some kind of speed, not to mention sexual orientation.

Nice presentation on Albert Johnson and I’m sure that there would not be support for him today, if he was presented fairly.

Someone provided me a dvd from and it was disappointing.

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
16 December, 2017 8:08 am

I noticed that a tweet shown in the article above promotes a new book, Nazis in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America, incorrectly attributing it to David Horowitz rather than Steven J. Ross. It sounds like yet another Jewish fantasy about wicked Nazis plotting to conquer the United States and gas the Jews. Ross claims that there were “Nazi plots” for “fumigating Jewish homes with cyanide” as well as for “driving through Boyle Heights and machine-gunning as many Jewish residents as possible.”

Will Williams
Will Williams
16 December, 2017 7:08 pm

I happened to catch the disgusting Steven J. Ross this morning on C-SPAN’s weekend show Book TV. Watch here:

As I was watching this glib Jew tell one whopper after another with a straight face I thought to myself, “I should buy this book and send to Hadding to pick apart, lie by lie, as only he can.” Actually Ross did reveal how rife with Jews the intelligence agencies of the Roosevelt administration were, early on, naming names. Ross pretended that there were no anti-German movies produced by Hollywood Jews during the Reich era — that the studio moguls were only interested in making money. Yeah, right.

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
Reply to  Will Williams
17 December, 2017 1:09 am

A review of Steven J. Ross’s book in the Wall Street Journal effectively points to its contrived, fictitious character: “Mr. Ross has a novelist’s eye for characters and detail. But the sheer number of villainous plots he relates, each with its own set of plotters and informants, threatens to overwhelm the reader. And as his story advances, the significance of these schemes becomes increasingly unclear. Schwinn and his Nazi-friendly colleagues dreamed of ‘der Tag,’ the day when fascist storm troopers would defeat communist insurgents and take control of the U.S. government. But was this ever more than a delusional dream? ‘Perhaps,’ is Mr. Ross’s answer. A professor at the University of Southern California, Mr. Ross is a distinguished historian of prewar Los Angeles. For someone of his stature, ‘perhaps’ is… Read more »

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20 December, 2017 5:52 pm

Patients in mental institutions in New Jersey procreate regularly. Sure enough, they pass on severe mental illness. The taxpayers foot the massive bill.