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Eugenicist Scientist Paul Ehrlich Was A Board Member of FAIR
07-22-2010, 11:28 PM (This post was last modified: 07-22-2010 11:30 PM by Infinite.)
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Eugenicist Scientist Paul Ehrlich Was A Board Member of FAIR
Paul R. Ehrlich, the biologist who wrote 'The Population Bomb' as well as 'Ecoscience' with Obama's 'Science Czar' John Holdren was "on the board of advisors of the Federation for American Immigration Reform until 2003. He is currently a patron of the Optimum Population Trust." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_R._Ehrlich

FAIR, a group that Alex Jones supports, received over a million dollars in funding from another group called 'The Pioneer Fund'. Here are some facts about this group (yes they're from wiki but so what):

"The Pioneer Fund was incorporated on March 11, 1937. The first five directors were:

* Wickliffe Preston Draper, heir to a large fortune and the fund's de facto final authority, served on the Board of Directors from 1937 until 1972. During World War I, he served in the British Army and fought in the battles of Neuve-Chapelle, Aubers Ridge, Messines and Ypres. He was awarded the British Star Medal (1914–1915) and the Belgian Croix de Guerre for his service. Later, he joined the American army where he was eventually promoted to lieutenant colonel in the cavalry.[4] The Pioneer Fund describes him as someone who dedicated "his life to intellectual pursuits and philanthropy."[5] Pioneer Fund critic William H. Tucker, however, describes Draper as someone who "aside from his brief periods of military service ... never pursued a profession or held a job of any kind."[6] According to a 1960 article in The Nation, an unnamed geneticist said Draper told him he "wished to prove simply that Negroes were inferior."[7] He is said to have funded advocates of repatriation of blacks to Africa. Draper allegedly made large financial contributions to efforts to oppose the American civil rights movement and the racial desegregation mandated by Brown v. Board of Education, such as $215,000 to the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission in 1963.[6]
* Harry Laughlin was the director of the Eugenics Record Office at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Long Island, New York, funded by the Carnegie Institute of Washington. He served as the president of the Pioneer Fund from its inception until 1941. He was one of the eugenics movement's most energetic legislative activists. He worried about miscegenation and had proposed a research agenda to assist in the enforcement of Southern "race integrity laws" by developing techniques for identifying the "pass-for-white" person who might "successfully hide all of his black blood". He singled out Jews as a group "slow to assimilate," a problem related to his doubts that their loyalty was directed primarily to "American institutions and people" rather than to "Jews scattered through other nations." Eleven months after the Nuremberg Laws, Laughlin wrote to an official at the University of Heidelberg, which had awarded him an honorary doctorate, arguing that the United States and the Third Reich shared "a common understanding of ... the practical application" of eugenic principles to "racial endowments and ... racial health."[6]
* Frederick Osborn wrote in 1937 that the Nazi Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring was "the most exciting experiment that had ever been tried".[8][9] Osborn was the secretary of the American Eugenics Society, which was part of an accepted and active field at the time, the Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Selective Service during World War II and later the Deputy U.S. Representative to the U.N. Atomic Energy Commission.
* Malcolm Donald was the Draper family lawyer, trustee of the Draper estate. He was a former editor of the Harvard Law Review and a brigadier general during World War II.
* John Marshall Harlan II. Harlan's firm had done legal work for the Pioneer Fund. He was the only director whose name did not appear on the incorporation papers. He was director of operational analysis for the Eighth Air Force in World War II, and was appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. During his confirmation process, he voiced support for the decision in Brown v. Board of Education, but on the bench limited civil rights in Swain v. Alabama and dissented on Miranda v. Arizona.

The 1937 incorporation documents of the Pioneer Fund list two purposes. The first, modeled on the Nazi Lebensborn breeding program,[10] was aimed at encouraging the propagation of those "descended predominantly from white persons who settled in the original thirteen states prior to the adoption of the Constitution of the United States and/or from related stocks, or to classes of children, the majority of whom are deemed to be so descended". Its second purpose was to support academic research and the "dissemination of information, into the 'problem of heredity and eugenics'" and "the problems of race betterment".[9] The Pioneer Fund argues the "race betterment" has always referred to the "human race" referred to earlier in the sentence, and critics argue it referred to racial groups. The document was amended in 1985 and the phrase changed to "human race betterment."

The Pioneer Fund supported the distribution of a eugenics film titled Erbkrank ("Hereditary Defective" or "Hereditary Illness") which was published by the pre-war 1930s Nazi Party. William Draper obtained the film from the predecessor to the Nazi Office of Racial Policy (Rassenpolitisches Amt) prior to the founding of the Pioneer Fund.[6] According to the Pioneer Fund site, all founders capable of doing so participated in the war against the Nazis.[11]

Draper secretly met Dr. C. Nash Herndon of Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University in 1949. Little is known about their meetings, but Herndon was playing a major role in the expansion of the compulsory sterilization program in North Carolina.[12]

In the 1950s and 1960s Draper supported two government committees that gave grants for both anti-immigration and genetics research. The committee members included Representative Francis E. Walter (chair of the House Un-American Activities Committee and head of the Draper Immigration Committee), Henry E. Garrett (an educator known for his belief in the genetic inferiority of blacks), and Senator James O. Eastland of Mississippi, head of the Draper Genetics Committee.[13]"

These are OPEN racist eugenics organizations, so why does Alex Jones hide this and purvey the myth that eugenicist population reductionists like this Ehrlich are for open borders? In fact they have the same views on immigration that Jones has as the anti-immigration movement has always historically been rooted in eugenics ideology.
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07-22-2010, 11:52 PM
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(07-22-2010 11:28 PM)Infinite Wrote:  These are OPEN racist eugenics organizations, so why does Alex Jones hide this and purvey the myth that eugenicist population reductionists like this Ehrlich are for open borders? In fact they have the same views on immigration that Jones has

Because he is controlled opposition?

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07-23-2010, 08:51 AM
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Whew... when I read the title, I thought it meant "Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting"

Are you absolutely sure that that's not the one that Jones supports? I think he's a lot smarter than to support a eugenics based institution that would show up on his income tax filings under donations to non-profits. Where's your support for that supposition?

I also didn't think he supported AZ's 1070, which they do. I'm not going to bat for Jones here, just trying to work it out. I couldn't really see him being a member of the good FAIR either as he's rarely either fair or accurate and he knows it. This is all a bit puzzling.

If you did have support for that you could probably end up on air on a couple of other shows for pointing it out - he doesn't exactly have a lot of friends in the community these days, or so it seems.

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07-23-2010, 04:35 PM
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Yeah he totally supports them, the group against immigration. Have you not seen anything from Jones in the past 6 months or so? (I wouldn't hold it against you if you haven't). He's been totally harping on the 'illegal immigration' issue and vigorously supporting the Arizona legislation. He went as far as to promote a guy on his show the other day named Glenn Spencer who's an anti-immigrant zealot that terrorizes Latino people in Arizona, both legal and illegal (as they all do) and has been affiliated with both the JDL (Jewish Defense League), the Zionist terrorist organization, and the KKK believe it or not.

Thing is that most of the so-called 'patriot movement' supports all this stuff as well. Which to me throws their whole supposed opposition to eugenics into question.
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07-24-2010, 03:40 AM
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(07-23-2010 04:35 PM)Infinite Wrote:  Yeah he totally supports them, the group against immigration. Have you not seen anything from Jones in the past 6 months or so? (I wouldn't hold it against you if you haven't). He's been totally harping on the 'illegal immigration' issue and vigorously supporting the Arizona legislation. He went as far as to promote a guy on his show the other day named Glenn Spencer who's an anti-immigrant zealot that terrorizes Latino people in Arizona, both legal and illegal (as they all do) and has been affiliated with both the JDL (Jewish Defense League), the Zionist terrorist organization, and the KKK believe it or not.

Thing is that most of the so-called 'patriot movement' supports all this stuff as well. Which to me throws their whole supposed opposition to eugenics into question.
No I haven't digested much Jonsian dogma since the Obama Deception came out. I don't really listen to most of the radio people because they tend not to source their material very often and just spew opinion and rhetoric... I like to know the sources behind what I ingest when it comes to this stuff. There's just too much to be afraid of and angry about without absorbing unnecessary fear-mongering. The last thing I saw jones do was his interview with Love Police officer Charlie Veitch after his arrest and detainment in Toronto, and the poor guy kept getting interrupted by his insane shouting - he couldn't get a full paragraph out of his mouth. It was the most palpable fear of being supplanted in the movement's perception I've ever seen him display, and it reinforced in my mind just how off-base and distracting his ego has made him become. The fact that he's backing a group who's majority funding comes from a group that supports massive depopulation initiatives just shows how desperate he is... His hypocrisy used to have a much longer time-line - one where you could convince yourself that he slowly changed his mind. It's been less than 3 years since endgame, and battling depopulation initiatives was the main drive of that film. It's just far too soon for him to shift on that topic without PROVING that he's a shill and disinformation agent.

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