Roots and Fruits: The Conquest of America by the Culture of Death

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Have you ever wondered how it was possible that a large number of people could have ever come to accept the idea that it was all right for one set of men to enslave another set of men? Have you ever wondered how a society came to accept the mass extermination of the Jews? Fewer than a hundred years ago, doctors were doing experiments on people while they were still alive. Compulsory sterilization laws were on the books-in the United States-into the early 1980s. These are not events of the distant past. They ...
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Roots and Fruits: The Conquest of America by the Culture of Death

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Have you ever wondered how it was possible that a large number of people could have ever come to accept the idea that it was all right for one set of men to enslave another set of men? Have you ever wondered how a society came to accept the mass extermination of the Jews? Fewer than a hundred years ago, doctors were doing experiments on people while they were still alive. Compulsory sterilization laws were on the books-in the United States-into the early 1980s. These are not events of the distant past. They occurred in our lifetimes, or the lifetimes of our parents, or grandparents. How did people come to not merely tolerate such things, but openly promote them, and even carry them out?
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Dr. Ryan MacPherson
Mr. Horvath has connected the dots to reveal the dangerous trajectory that our recent history has thrust upon the rising generation of Americans. A culture of death looms over us, sponsored by leaders in science, academia, and government who devalue human life to the point of treating some people as instruments for the advancement of other people’s vision of progress. Human rights, national prosperity, and constitutional liberties all hang in the balance. This study is a must-read..."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936830381
  • Publisher: Suzeteo Enterprises
  • Publication date: 9/1/2012
  • Pages: 50
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.10 (d)

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Anthony Horvath and his wife were told at their 20 week ultrasound that their daughter had spina bifida and were immediately given the 'choice' to 'terminate the pregnancy.' They were immediately ushered into the presence of a genetic counselor; however, there was no question of them keeping their child. Five years later, they have no regrets. Horvath was spurred on to understand why so many parents in similar situations--90%, by some estimates--choose abortion. He was horrified to discover that this 'choice' was in fact a fraud begun in the 1950s when eugenicists like Frederick Osborn and others realized that they could no longer eliminate the 'unfit' from society by brute force, but would have to employ 'crypto-eugenics.' Osborn said: improve the gene pool by a method of 'voluntary unconscious selection.' That is, get people to unconsciously do what the eugenicists wanted them to do, but make them think it is their idea. "Roots and Fruits" is Horvath's first attempt to raise these issues, tracing the origins of the idea back to their clearest beginning: Malthus.
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