Eugenics I know has a terrible terrible name for itself after World War 2. In my opinion, much like communism, the NSDAP attempted to rush eugenic processes through experimentation. Communists didn’t believe so much in eugenics as they did in social welfare and equality – in many cases rushing through the processes of ridding their societies of “private property” or liquidating whole populations (Cambodia being prime example).
Both ended in deaths caused directly by their states, not because the ideas themselves created the deaths, but due to the unreasonable demand that things get done far too quickly.
However, if you look around yourself eugenic processes are happening all the time. In fact, most human effort goes into avoiding these processes and giving ourselves the greatest chance of procreating with the best possible partner in the best possible environment.
Dysgenic processes have also cropped up over time, human beings are the only creature I know of that is capable of creating a dysgenic environment through engineering that environment. This is where they uphold known disadvantaged genetic, social and economic traits at the expense of their stronger ones.
We see this all the time in the welfare system, housing, healthcare and other affirmative action programs which are designed to uphold the weak at all costs. It is my firm belief and argument that those costs have now become too high. We are seeing a growing political, social and demographic landscape that no longer has the strong in it. And as a result, it is in decline and will probably collapse at some point in the near future.
So what programs could be installed to fix this kind of problem?
The long and short of it is – we need standards.
Standards allow us to choose wisely from people we know have reached a certain level of competance, looks, survival and control. Standards are in use constantly today even among many of our rivals in the left. The laughable notion recently in a headline was a woman who would not sell her house to a Trump supporter, or people suggesting that those who won’t have sex with someone who is trans is therefore some kind of bigot. These also – are standards. Poorly thought out standards, but standards none-the-less.
There are 2 and possibly 3 great policies allowing for these eugenic processes in human society to naturally play out without any kind of forced eugenics.
- Housing – Public housing should be made available for young married couples who have children or plan to, these houses should be available for purchase from the government through payments to a federal housing department or through their personal taxation. The effect of this on a family unit cannot be undersold. Men suddenly have a legacy, a feeling of accomplishment. Women would gain stability, and a sense of heritage for the children. This in my opinion might go a long way to reversing trends in divorce and many other social ills that effect family units.
- Child Support – Child support should be limited to a single payment, limiting people on welfare to 1 child or lowering their living standards for more. This would have the effect of weeding out people at the bottom of the ladder through natural talent and ability to progress. It also creates an incentive to not be on welfare if you want children. So for every 2 people on welfare, they can only create 1 child in poor circumstances, not a dozen.
- Healthcare – Public healthcare it could be argued would raise all ships (pure socialism). Saul Alinsky saw fit to put it as his first point in “Rules for Radicals” where he stipulated the points of absolute control over the population. Point 1 was healthcare. Point 8 happened to be “class warfare”. (I mention these two points here specifically because of the “Nazbol problem”) Healthcare, therefore, should be privately funded by people and insurred by companies willing to do so at a reasonable rate determined by market fundamentals.
These 3 tools could easily create a framework where people are sorted – with a great allowance for genetic variation, improvement and exceptions to make their way into the pool, while weeding out those people (peacefully and without judgement) who either fail at the required tasks to procreate, or are unable.
Right now what we have are millions of single women with little incentive to breed well, creating single parent homes where they sometimes have 4 different offspring to 4 different men over years, who – on average – end up at the very bottom of every social, educational and vocational ladder in our societies. The stats are in on this, everything from finishing school to who becomes a murderer is effected by this single vector of whether or not a father was in the home.
We are breeding a dysgenic society and wondering how and why it is being upset by the politics of envy, socialism and why now outright communism is coming to the fore.
However, all of our so-called “right wing” politicians merely want to persue a program of “Economic Nationalism”, this is pure boomer thinking and goes once again to re-create the problems that are plaguing the current economy. Overpriced housing due to speculation, low wages due to cost cutting and infinite immigration and a fundamental inability to create a family by the younger generations which come along and find they cannot afford to do so even with a full time job.
Eugenics needs to stop being a dirty word in our society.