Our Own Master Race

Our Own Master Race

Eugenics in Canada, 1885-1945

Book - 1990
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Publisher: Toronto, ON : McClelland and Stewart, 1990.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: 228 pages


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Sep 17, 2017

In a Canadian history book they quoted Surgeon MacDonald as saying about the Metis (half French, half Native) people that they are "miserable half-breeds." I heard on talk radio a guest say that Hitler sent his eugenics experts to the USA to learn. In college I learned in Canadian history class that in the 1800s the middle class invented "social genetics" to justify social inequality and the misery of the working class, saying that the working class are born inferior, they are to blame for their own misery in life. They "forgot" that the Canadian elite and middle class was created by the Crown by giving them lands for free and good positions in Gov. and the system. And they speculated with those lands, selling small parcels of it to new immigrants at great profit. Those Irish immigrants (in the 1800s) who did not have the money to buy land, stayed at unused lands with their families until the man was seeking work away from there, and what did the Canadian "superior" middle class do? They called those Irish families "squatters" and sent the police or military to chase them away from their "private" land. Just as the homeless are treated today here in Vancouver. And, I am sorry to tell you here that 10 years ago an article appeared in the London Guardian (a Tory newspaper), which forecast "extreme ethnic cleansing" as a possible occurrance in the developed world in the rather near future. I am not kidding, this article is there on the I-net, the title is: "Revolution, Flashmobs and Brain Chips - A Grim Vision Of The Future" - the date is April 9, 2007. author: Richard Norton-Taylor. And that article says that the middle class will slip down to the level of the Proletariat and rebel, and they will be brain-chipped to tame them.

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