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"Forced sterilization" in the USA

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"Forced sterilization" in the USA

The US government has repeatedly secretly used the citizens of their country as guinea pigs. Moreover, more recently, frankly Nazi methods of limiting the number of certain groups of the population were enshrined here by law ...


And the slide of the “most democratic country” into ordinary fascism began with fashionable scientific trends. At the beginning of the last century, the advanced circles of the United States struck the boom of eugenics - a very controversial philosophy about improving the human race through breeding and social engineering. In the Old World, being in the hands of Hitler, it led to the creation of fascist concentration camps and experiments on people. However, we should not forget that the American and German apologists for eugenics acted almost synchronously. Not accidentally, later, many Nazi executioners in white coats found shelter in the United States, where they worked for local health care for many years.

So, in 1907, the first regulatory act was passed in Indiana that legitimized the sterilization of “inferior” Americans. In turn, in 1913, Wisconsin became the first state where, as part of the struggle for the “purity of the nation,” a medical examination was introduced for people who wanted to get married. By the middle of the 20-s, two-thirds of the states already had laws prohibiting interracial marriages, and the 15 states had laws on forced sterilization.

The discrepancies in these documents were very extensive, moreover, the practical application of cruel norms faced procedural difficulties and civil protests. Then one of the leaders of American eugenics, New York professor Harry Laughlin developed the principles of a “model law” that could overcome constitutional control, turning sterilization into a common occurrence. And finally, 20 March 1924, the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, based on the development of Laughlin, adopts the "Law on racial integrity" and "The law on sexual sterilization of students in public institutions in some cases." These regulations, adopted by the package is not by chance, in fact, reduced millions of Americans to the position of livestock.

Say, the racial integrity law required that the racial identity of a US citizen be detailed at birth. At the same time, the act primitively and rudely cut the American population into two parts, in fact, white Europeans and all the rest, which besides Africans included Asians, Indians, Indians, Mongols and Malays. Secondly, he introduced the “rule of one drop,” which defined as “colored” people of all who had at least one African or Indian ancestor before the fourth generation. For comparison, the laws of the Confederation of slave states in the middle of the XIX century restricted the purity of blood to the third tribe, that is, grandmothers and grandfathers. Thus, sixty years after the adoption of the 13 th amendment to the US Constitution, which proclaimed the abolition of slavery, the policy of racial segregation more than won back the lost positions.

Needless to say, representatives of the “two worlds” were forbidden to marry each other on pain of imprisonment. Virginia's lawmakers defiantly executed an order from the White House. After all, the thirtieth US President Calvin Coolidge did not hide his Nazi convictions: “America must remain America. Biological laws show that the Nordic race worsens when mixed with others, ”he used to say.

In turn, the model law on sterilization provided for the forcible deprivation of the opportunity to have offspring for persons recognized as “feeble-minded”, and the range of such was very wide. For example, epileptics officially got into it, and in practice even deaf, blind and crippled.

In 1927, sterilization was confirmed at the federal level “de facto” when the US Supreme Court upheld the verdict of the state of Virginia, which decided to sterilize the mentally ill American. On behalf of the doctor and his victim, the trial became known as “Buck vs. Bell.” When making the decision, Chief Justice Oliver Holmes stressed that "the interests of the state to protect the purity of the gene pool outweigh the right of citizens to physical integrity." Carrie Buck was sterilized with surgery. A similar fate befell her mother and three-year-old daughter.

The Supreme Court ruling finally approved the position of forced sterilization in the United States. The Virginia Model Law, which successfully passed the "constitutional review", was adopted in 30 states.

... Of course, Adolf Hitler remained one of the most enthusiastic observers of all this action. In a few years, Germanic racial laws will be written off from ready-made American designs, and Harry Laughlin will receive an honorary doctorate from Heidelberg University. It is not surprising that, after a few more years at the Nuremberg Trials, Nazi doctors accused of monstrous crimes will in their justification make all possible reference to the experience of American justice and medicine.

Hitler, however, having full power in his country, went a little further than teachers from the United States. In Nazi Germany, "sexual sterilization" openly and directly flowed from "racial integrity." More precisely, it was a direct consequence of "racial inferiority." In the USA, the eugenists could “reduce” two laws only for each specific case. This significantly hampered the scale of the “final solution” of the racial issue and caused envy of the unlimited possibilities of colleagues from the Reich.

“I hope your work will be completed successfully, and no subject will be missed. I regret that we do not have the right to put your measures into practice in Virginia, ”comments Walter Plecker, an American physician, about sterilization of 600 children in a letter to the director of the Nazi Bureau of Human Breeding, Walter Gross, in 1935. Recall that we are talking about the so-called "Rhine bastards" - the descendants of black soldiers of the French Foreign Legion and German women who were born during the occupation of the Rhineland after the First World War.

“The Germans beat us in our own game! ..” lamented the director of the State Hospital in Staunton, Dr. Joseph Dezharnet in 1938, the year. - Germany for six years sterilized about 80000 defective, and in the United States, where the population is twice as large, only 27869 was sterilized for two decades. Meanwhile, the fact that 12 of millions of defectives lives in the US should cause our additional efforts to make the most of the sterilization procedure. ”

It is not hard to guess that under “12 millions of defective” were meant by no means epileptics and “feeble-minded” - after all, so many African Americans lived in the United States on the eve of World War II ...

However, not only racial minorities fell under the flywheel of insane American laws. Around 4000, white Virginia residents were sterilized as unencumbered. “Bad-working, ignorant, worthless representatives of the anti-social class of white Southerners create social problems for normal people,” explained Harry Laughlin. “The number of defective offenders can be controlled only by limiting their ability to continue the race.”

Thus, by the 1957, almost 60000 Americans had already been subjected to forced sterilization. Most often this happened in the form of a surgical operation: in men for ligation (excision) of the seed canals, in women - the fallopian tubes. In rare cases, patients were generally deprived of the gonads: the men were castrated, and the women had their ovaries removed. Very often, sterilization was carried out secretly "under cover" of another surgical procedure, for example, during the removal of appendicitis.

The list of states that used the most inhuman methods was sunny California with a large margin, where about 20 thousands of Americans were sterilized. The fact is that there were no legal mechanisms to challenge the decision of the medical board. In addition, a guardian’s decision was sufficient for the operation, even if his ward was completely healthy. In second place is Virginia, where by the year 1974 was sterilized more than eight thousand people. North Carolina closes the top three. But it was in this state that the sterilization program was particularly brutal. Whom to send to the operation, social workers decided here. I must say, they very willingly broke young lives, relying on the data of school tests ...

A typical example is the fate of Charles Holt, who was aimed at sterilizing an 13-year-old for bad behavior at school. There is no doubt that the favorite heroes of young Americans, daredevils Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, if they lived a hundred years later, they would inevitably fall under the scalpel! .. It is noteworthy that telling the sad history Charles Holt, journalists of the New York Times accused wealthy businessmen of organizing eugenic terror in North Carolina, among whom Dr. Clarence Gamble, heir to the Procter & Gamble empire, played the first violin.

In Virginia, the racial integrity law was repealed in the 1967 year, the sterilization law in the 1979. Soon, other states followed this example. In 2002, the International Criminal Court included forced sterilization in the list of crimes against humanity. So this practice, conducted in the United States on behalf of the state, will forever remain an indelible stain of shame in the history of American democracy. This means that a number of American doctors, lawyers, scientists, politicians and businessmen rightfully deserve a place next to their Nazi accomplices. In Nuremberg, in 1946.
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  1. vat
    vat 14 November 2013 09: 00
    21
    Judging by Bush Jr., this law was not applied in all cases.
    1. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 14 November 2013 14: 04
      +3
      Quote: vat
      Judging by Bush Jr., this law was not applied in all cases.


      Let's just say it was not exactly applied. Could aim even better ...
      1. Toporkoff
        Toporkoff 14 November 2013 14: 34
        -6
        fools do not become presidents ...
        1. Evrepid
          Evrepid 14 November 2013 14: 49
          +2
          Who told you that? President Bush himself?
          1. Toporkoff
            Toporkoff 14 November 2013 18: 08
            +2
            And where did you get that he? Do you know the purpose of his coming to power? Or do you know the goals of those who appointed him?
        2. Watchman
          Watchman 18 November 2013 01: 51
          0
          Hello, Mikhail Niklozovich!
    2. Gladiatir-zlo
      Gladiatir-zlo 14 November 2013 21: 18
      +1
      A good article sharply showing global issues in several aspects, throwing and distortions. True, unfortunately, there is no mention that the laws of America were abolished, after recognizing them as a crime against humanity.
  2. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 14 November 2013 09: 07
    +7
    Something is not heard from the cries of human rights defenders and the official apologies from the state authorities for fascist experiments.
    1. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 14 November 2013 14: 05
      +2
      Quote: Vladimirets
      Something is not heard from the cries of human rights defenders and the official apologies from the state authorities for fascist experiments.


      And you don’t hear correctly - an hour will be canceled because the law ...
    2. Jack122
      Jack122 14 November 2013 17: 56
      +9
      To be honest, I like this America much more than modern. After the abolition of segregation, the United States began to slide down. The decline of culture and moral norms, the joint education of black and white - the decline of education. I don't remember who commented that canceling segregation is like mixing a barrel of honey and shit. It doesn't matter what people here think and can at least consider me Hitler, but from the fact that in the United States there used to be "wild and not tolerant", I consider most things not savagery, but sanity and pragmatism
      1. rodevaan
        rodevaan 15 November 2013 07: 39
        +1
        Quote: Jack122
        To be honest, I like this America much more than modern. After the abolition of segregation, the United States began to slide down. The decline of culture and moral norms, the joint education of black and white - the decline of education. I don't remember who commented that canceling segregation is like mixing a barrel of honey and shit. It doesn't matter what people here think and can at least consider me Hitler, but from the fact that in the United States there used to be "wild and not tolerant", I consider most things not savagery, but sanity and pragmatism


        - And I like that they slowly and steadily roll down. It’s a pity that only slowly ...
  3. Asan Ata
    Asan Ata 14 November 2013 09: 24
    +1
    The USA is a vivid example of how the energy and power of a young state under the influence of parasitic ideas turned into vinegar.
  4. takojnikuzheest
    takojnikuzheest 14 November 2013 09: 48
    +2
    America is a very democratic country, yes ...
  5. Archikah
    Archikah 14 November 2013 10: 25
    +1
    Well, the ideas of Eugenics as a whole are well-intentioned.
    1. crambol
      crambol 14 November 2013 11: 13
      +1
      By the way, Tsiolkovsky sinned in this in his works.
      1. K9_SWAT
        K9_SWAT 14 November 2013 20: 51
        +1
        Well, as far as I heard, he believed that this should be done with the mentally disabled and with physical disabilities. Moreover, to identify them at an early level. And now the question is: which of the human rights defenders and liberalists took on a man with physical or mental disabilities to educate himself?
    2. Grifan
      Grifan 14 November 2013 16: 43
      +2
      Well intentioned ...
    3. smile
      smile 14 November 2013 16: 57
      +4
      Archikah
      Well, the Nazis, too, were full of good wishes, like the Americans who destroyed millions of Indians, who until the end of the 19th century accepted Native American scalps as glass containers (women and children are cheaper), and their other European colleagues ... everyone understands good intentions in their own way. ... you can recall at least one abomination in the History of the Planet, which would not have been produced not out of good wishes ....

      I am amazed that laws on forced sterilization and racial cleanliness were repealed in the United States only in 67-79 years. My God, and these people still blather for something about the inhumanity of the Communists and the savagery of the Russians .... about the totalitarian regime ... arctic fox.

      Many thanks to the author.
      1. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 14 November 2013 20: 29
        +1
        Just take a look at how the Americans conducted research into the consequences of using nuclear weapons. The breathtaking ...
        1. smile
          smile 14 November 2013 21: 19
          0
          Mikhail3
          As you say, I will do so. :)))
          Frankly, I did not come across anything on this topic. Well, besides the fact that after the surrender of Japan, they very carefully examined the results of the bombing, corpses and dying Japanese.
  6. denson06
    denson06 14 November 2013 10: 30
    +3
    It’s sad .. now, when this is a crime against humanity - they undertook to raise same-sex love in children ... Probably, they already have little space ...
    Oh well ... the more fagots there, the less population ... less people - more oxygen laughing
  7. 505506
    505506 14 November 2013 10: 47
    +4
    To sterilize or not decided social. workers? Equated them to the gods. This is what room .... In the trash !!!
    1. kaktus
      kaktus 14 November 2013 17: 30
      +2
      But they still say about juvenile justice! This must not be allowed! am
  8. Old shoe
    Old shoe 14 November 2013 11: 29
    +1
    Hmm ... And these k ... well, well-known domestic animals are horny-bearded (you can’t swear on the site) they will also tell us about tolerance ...
  9. Diviz
    Diviz 14 November 2013 11: 53
    0
    The Americans did not have a king or faith in God.
    1. smile
      smile 14 November 2013 17: 00
      +1
      Diviz
      Yes, to hell with him, with the king-conscience they did not have ... and did not appear - where did they come from .... diamonds.
  10. yanus
    yanus 14 November 2013 12: 30
    +3
    Well, in Israel relatively recently there was a scandal. There immigrants from Ethiopia were secretly injected with contraceptives, and they said that "vaccinations". But, of course, gas poisoning would be more effective. The scandal was hushed up, everything is quiet and smooth. Human rights defenders ride new Bentleys.
  11. bif
    bif 14 November 2013 12: 51
    +8
    There is no doubt that the beloved heroes of young Americans, daredevils Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, if they lived a hundred years later, would inevitably fall under the scalpel !.

    I would like to reply with a quote from Mark Twain "America is a wonderful country and I am extremely glad that it was discovered. But it would be better if it was not noticed and sailed by."
  12. iConst
    iConst 14 November 2013 13: 11
    +5
    If we discard racial moments (i.e. genocide), then the issue of sterilization or at least birth control from people with hereditary diseases is very acute.
    Modern medicine is able to calculate what a person having genetic defects/disease in a high degree of probability, an inferior child will conceive.

    And then what? He himself is disabled, will give birth to a disabled person.
    Who takes care of these two disabled people already?

    Previously, nature did not give such a chance to survive. Now it is leveled by the same medicine and social structure.
    1. bif
      bif 14 November 2013 15: 09
      +4
      If we discard racial moments (i.e. genocide), then the issue of sterilization or at least birth control from people with hereditary diseases is very acute.
      Modern medicine is able to calculate that a person who has genetic defects / diseases is very likely to conceive an inferior child.

      And then what? He himself is disabled, will give birth to a disabled person.
      Who takes care of these two disabled people already?

      Previously, nature did not give such a chance to survive. Now it is leveled by the same medicine and social structure.

      I agree on everything, moreover, nature thought it all out long before humans and medicine - most chromosomal and genomic mutations, that is, those that damage a large amount of genetic material, result in death at birth or, at worst, in infertility. There are many interesting and correct mechanisms in nature, for example, the Apoptosis mechanism - a genetically programmed mechanism of self-destruction of a cell with various irreversible disorders in the cell, just the blocking of this self-destruction is the cause of the appearance of cancerous tumors. Also in the world, the analogy is complete ... Genetics is essentially a science of nature, and Eugenics is an attempt by man with the help of genetics to become a god ... an unsuccessful attempt
    2. smile
      smile 14 November 2013 17: 33
      0
      iConst
      You say probability. Precisely the probability. So what do you actually propose ditching the child so that the state does not feed 2-3 inferior children? Apply cost-effectiveness approach?
      I have friends. If doctors wanted children, they made a conclusion, because of some kind of genetic mismatch the children will be -100%.
      They took a chance. Doctors, examining the fetus, said- will be ur..dom.
      They took a chance. Have given birth. the baby was born with Kefalo Hematoma (it seems so. I don’t know what it is, but the head was almost equal to the calf). The whole maternity hospital persuaded the guy to quit, refuse, because he will die soon, and if he survives, he will become a fool.
      Do not quit. Have not left.
      A year ago, a guy graduated from high school with a gold medal; he is studying at the university with a physical education degree. Physically developed, goes to water polo competitions. Although in childhood it was really quite painful.

      What do you think? Did you have to kill him? Would the state save a lot?
      1. bif
        bif 14 November 2013 18: 05
        +2
        Kefalogematoma is not a genetic disease, but the result of complications of labor, well done by the well-ventured ... Each case is unique and it needs to be understood separately, but it is impossible to generalize individual results ...
        1. smile
          smile 14 November 2013 21: 25
          +1
          bif
          Thanks for deciphering the sore.
          But I made the emphasis precisely on the fact that due to some genetic inconsistencies or predispositions (you yourself understand, I don’t know for sure), the doctors gave 100% that the child would be inferior - in the commentary I wrote the word in “y” and filter it ate.
          A normal guy was born. Here's how to make a decision about sterilizing anyone after that? There is always a chance of error.
          1. bif
            bif 14 November 2013 22: 55
            +2
            Quote: smile
            But the accent I made precisely on the fact that due to some genetic inconsistencies or predispositions (you know, I definitely don’t know), the doctors gave 100% that the child would be inferior

            I understood your concerns, but you must understand that 1 medicine is not an exact science, 2. physician - physician discord, 3. there are different probabilities and diseases 4. And so are the prospects too ... The result is NECESSARY to solve the problem, but each case requires an individual approach, and this should be considered by a panel of different doctors. (as now there are commissions for resolving the collection of donor organs, and these are also delicate cases.)
            1. smile
              smile 15 November 2013 00: 00
              +1
              bif
              Well, yes, everything seems to be right ... God knows. It strains that one cannot do without errors in such cases ... but to make a mistake is terrible, it is irreversible .... okay. I understood your thought.
      2. iConst
        iConst 14 November 2013 23: 30
        0
        Quote: smile
        So what do you actually propose ditching the child so that the state does not feed 2-3 inferior children?

        Stop fantasizing. Re-read my post.
        And better show where your conclusion comes from my words.

        Your friends are lucky. And if not? They would have two ways: to put the rest of their lives on the fight (that’s the way) or to push it to the state. And the concern of the state, even in prosperous countries, is far from ideal. Not to mention ours.

        Have you ever talked to hopeless patients? It is very rare to have a strong mind and fight, knowing that they will not achieve anything. And the rest, if they understand what is happening at all, asks - why did you bring such a thing to me!
        Hence the question of euthanasia.
        1. smile
          smile 15 November 2013 00: 16
          0
          iConst

          I reread your post. I explain my "fantasies".
          Your quote:

          Modern medicine is able to calculate that a person who has genetic defects / diseases is very likely to conceive an inferior child.
          And then what? He himself is disabled, will give birth to a disabled person.
          Who takes care of these two disabled people already?

          Sterilization is actually the destruction of all possible offspring. So?
          Next, you ask who will take care of the disabled newborns. Most often the state takes it. You are also talking about "probability". albeit high. But the very concept of "probability" a priori means that. in relation to the subject of discussion, both abnormal and completely healthy children will be born. Sterilization will put an end to both. Did I explain it clearly? So who's fantasizing? You? Or are you not able to understand the text of your own post? Okay. I will not go around you, I’ll better answer on the case.

          But the trouble is that you are right about the rest. And I saw hopeless patients. And what to do in such cases, to be honest, I do not know.
          I also did not decide how to relate to euthanasia, but rather negatively. For one reason, inevitable mistakes and scope for abuse. In any country. Look at how many scandals with euthanasia in the West are used and not on business, and doctors are mistaken, mistaken by order, and patients can’t endure pain, although they could be completely cured. This is a difficult question.
          1. iConst
            iConst 15 November 2013 12: 22
            -1
            Quote: smile
            Sterilization is actually the destruction of all possible offspring. So?

            Not this way. You are doing a substitution of concepts. The name is demagoguery / sophistry - as you like. It is impossible to destroy what is not yet.
            Following your "logic", using condoms is the same crime, only "piece by piece".
            Quote: smile
            Next, you ask who will take care of newborns with disabilities. Most often it takes the state.

            I have already said about the guardianship of the state, especially ours. What kind of state are you signing? It’s necessary for yourself. Say - give birth, and if there is a disabled person - I will take care of myself. This will be a civil position. And you ordered who and what will do. By the way - the state, this means we, that is, money for the maintenance of persons with disabilities will be sent in return for other social programs.
            Quote: smile
            You are also talking about "probability". albeit high. But the very concept of "probability" a priori means that. in relation to the subject of discussion, both abnormal and completely healthy children will be born. Sterilization will put an end to both.

            Take the trouble to explain to a disabled teenager why such a fate is in store for him. Then talk about "probabilities."
            Quote: smile
            Am I explained clearly? Well, who is fantasizing? You? Or are you unable to understand the text of your post? Okay. I won’t ride you, I’d better answer on business.

            But the trouble is that you are right about the rest.

            1. They didn’t explain anything - they only reasoned.
            2. From here - precisely fantasies, I showed that nothing invented by you arises from my post.
            3. Thanks for the indulgence! laughing

            4. Didn't understand a little where the last line is in the case? What's left for the "rest"? belay
            1. smile
              smile 16 November 2013 03: 19
              0
              iConst
              Sorry, I have to convict you of demagoguery ... although I do not want to ... :)))

              1.This you are doing a substitution of concepts, equating contraceptives to sterilization ... I hope you do it intentionally, and not out of stupidity ... :))) Or do not know what, this is 1 time, and sterilization is forever?

              2 .... to be honest, as soon as I began to read your answer accusing me of a bad substitute, I began to answer you right away .... started to answer ... I even thought that I would have to answer seriously, to serious arguments .. ..but read your text ... it became boring ... there really was nothing to answer .... water ... no ......
              If you wrote this because you insulted me as a god of a tortoise, then it’s understandable, explainable and excusable ...
              if not - well, well, does your unreasonableness require clarification? :)))

              Excuse me, but I think about you better than you are trying to seem - let you be harmful and selfish (what qualities and encouraged you to bicker) than dumb and limited, what you want to seem, judging by the comment, pretending that you do not understand my answer .... :))))

              Good luck!
    3. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 14 November 2013 20: 36
      +1
      Right. But, applying any social filter based on the laws and decisions of individuals, the practice will slide into bestial sadism and nothing more. All kinds of perversions and abominations will dance on the bones of a state that just tries ... Just look at the SGA! Now they are paying for this. All this multi-colored "dawn" ...
      By the way, the working solution was proposed by the American. Heinlein, "Tunnel to Heaven". Remove the tunnel and you can apply. I’ll say more - whoever has the courage and duty to the future to introduce such a practice, only that social structure will have a chance. The future is very sad, and everyone, everyone, there is simply nowhere to sit out, we have a very tight ball ...
  13. GRIGORY
    GRIGORY 14 November 2013 13: 48
    +4
    Well, the ideas of Eugenics as a whole are well-intentioned.

    It was the social workers who decided who to send for the operation. I must say, they were very willing to break young lives, based on data from school tests ...


    Of course morality is a relative thing ???? BUT not to this extent negative
    Parable in the topic:
    The Englishman asks the leader of the tribe of mankind:
    “Why do you eat corpses of the dead when you fight?” You are strange people ...
    “Do you really have no wars?”
    - There are.
    “And where do you put the bodies?”
    - We dig into the ground.
    - You are strange people ...
    1. Evrepid
      Evrepid 14 November 2013 14: 55
      -9
      The USSR and Germany signed the same agreement during the Second World War. to destroy, prevent the birth of children from "inferior" ones, i.e. in the blind, deaf, crippled, psycho sick.

      So ...
      1. Buivol
        Buivol 14 November 2013 15: 34
        +4
        Forgive me? The USSR and Germany during the Second World War signed the agreement? Can you give more details? What agreement? When? Where can I look at him?
      2. RPD
        RPD 14 November 2013 15: 38
        +2
        what kind of nonsense what agreements during "World War II" ????? where do they write such gonilovo? give a link, further insults ...
      3. smile
        smile 14 November 2013 17: 41
        0
        Evrepid
        During the war, Hitler and I agreed to exterminate the disabled together? Even the documents were signed? :)))
        Yeahhhh, that kind of id..tism that you showed in your comment is rare.
        You are a brazen and stupid liar.
        Insolent - because rarely anyone can decide on such enchanting lies. Stupid, because rarely even liberal-minded people understand that nobody would believe such a bullshit!
        Where did you suck your lies from? I understand that it’s not from a finger, not one finger. :))) So I'm interested, where from? !!! :)))
        1. Evrepid
          Evrepid 21 December 2013 19: 52
          0
          There you go!

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAwo-BmapI0 сами придумали стерилизовать больных ?
          http://www.patriotica.ru/actual/siluyanova_steril.html - сами придумали?

          The method of forced sterilization as an integral part of forced psychiatry was also actively used in the Soviet Union. After its collapse, it would seem that the question was resolved: “To abolish forced sterilization as a measure of punishment contrary to the norms of a humane society.” However, in 1991, Ekaterina Lakhova, at that time the chairman of the committee for women’s affairs under the Supreme Council of the RSFSR, proposed to introduce forced sterilization again. She proposed in this way to save family, motherhood and childhood. Forced sterilization of the patient could be at the request of any member of the family. The barbaric bill was rejected.

          Material Forced sterilization of women from the site vginekolog.ru

          SOVIET – NAZI RESEARCH LABORATORY

          And so, eugenics has disappeared? Not at all. In 1928, Koltsov created the Society for the Study of Racial Pathologies and the Geographical Distribution of Diseases, which brought together a galaxy of young scientists such as Abrikosov, Averbakh, Bunak, Davidenkov, Chetverikov and others. It is not known whether this society was dissolved by Stalin, but somewhere in 1930–31 it disappeared, giving way to the Laboratory of Racial Research, founded in Moscow in March 1931. This laboratory outlined a number of research programs together with German scientists who sent their expeditions to the Caucasus. A noteworthy fact: in March 1933, the Hitler regime allowed the continuation of German-Soviet cooperation, which was approved in April by the Soviet People’s Commissariat of Health. Only in 1938 the Germans recalled their scientists. (See: Paul Weindling. German – Soviet Cooperation in Science: The Case of the Labaratory for Rasial Research. 1931–38 in Nunciun. Annali di Storia della Scienzia. 1. 1986, pp. 103–109.)

          Adams, Mark. "Eugenics in Russia, 1900-1940." In The Wellborn Science. Edited by Mark Adams. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990-153.

          Take all your words to yourself.
  14. voldmis
    voldmis 14 November 2013 19: 50
    +1
    I'd like to see how such "exploits" will come back to haunt these non-humans ...
    1. I am
      I am 14 November 2013 23: 23
      +1
      So have already come around. The degeneration of the nation, the spoiled gene pool.
  15. Arkan
    Arkan 15 November 2013 21: 43
    0
    This is how, "democratically", the people's representatives adopted "legal acts" and "according to the law" excluding appeal, distorted the fate of people. Bastards!
  16. Alfonso
    Alfonso 16 November 2013 00: 51
    0
    Quote: smile
    Archikah
    ..... My God, and these people still blather for something about the inhumanity of the Communists and the savagery of the Russian .... about the totalitarian regime ... arctic fox.

    For example, half of Ukraine is covered with similar billboards from "noble historians".
  17. cyberdamn
    cyberdamn 16 November 2013 18: 56
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    proofs, as they say, will be?