Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Heel Turn host Joachim Hoch took viewer questions about forced sterilizations and Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro’s eugenic views on last night’s episode of the show and answered with these reflections:
“Eugenics” is a dirty word and forced sterilization sounds awful, right? […] Okay, I think you could probably get most people to agree, if you are convicted of a violent or sexual felony, chemical castration. Uh, you do that long enough, you’re going to see eugenic policies [i.e., outcomes] really quickly. Um, you know, I would say, offer voluntary sterilization for people who want to score, like, five grand or something. You know, if you’re a heroin addict or you’ve got habitual issues, you know, if you’ve been in and out of the system, at a certain point a determination probably needs to be made, because there’s no reason that society should be supporting homeless people having ten kids. Um, […] that’s not the way that it works. If you can’t support them, then society does have an obligation. You know, when they talk about the general welfare of the people, that doesn’t mean actual “welfare”. It doesn’t mean that the government is obliged to provide you with gibs for anything. Um, you know, there are privileges to being a citizen in a prosperous society, but there are also responsibilities, and if you can’t handle the responsibilities of that, then the state has a role to step in. And, you know, we used to sterilize mental patients. Uh, there is actually relatively recent Supreme Court […] jurisprudence supporting that. It’s not that unreasonable to say, hey, sterilization is a tool we should keep out there. Eugenics is an historically American movement, because we’ve always understood that in a multiracial society, genetics do matter, the study of humanity matters. The blood of our people is important. […]
Uh, you know, but when you start talking about forcibly sterilizing large numbers of people, obviously people, you know, people recoil at that, ‘cause that sounds awful. So […] that’s the thing, so you’ve gotta take these […] positions and put them in a way that makes sense. You know, you’ve gotta walk them to that logic, ‘cause I wouldn’t want a bunch of people who have committed rape and murder and all this kind of stuff being able to have kids, I think that would just be the best for society, and you work back from there. Um, you don’t just start full-bore, ‘cause that’s how you get normies running for the hill. And, seriously, if you sterilize 2% every generation, you would get this massive generational impact. You know, cumulative interest […] it adds up. […]
Bolsonaro is a forward-thinking man in a lot of very important ways. […] Hereditarianism means that if you are in a family that is poor, odds are that it’s a genetic thing. I hate to say that, because we have this meritocratic myth that exists in the West […] Genetics do matter, and people whose families are cyclically dirt-poor […] we’re talking about absolute shit-tier poverty – that stuff can be somewhat genetic, and at least the very outliers of it probably are, because we’re talking about blatant mental illness or borderline in a lot of cases. Um, you know, it doesn’t take a high-functioning person to have sex, but it does take a higher-functioning person to survive in society and, unfortunately, since the agricultural revolution, we have lost a lot of those impulses that have really driven eugenic effects in the human population, because there is no survival imperative, and whatever survival imperatives we have now have been completely perverted to the point where we’ve created a whole portion of society which is basically unthinking, unfeeling bugmen NPCs.
What are Skynet’s thoughts? Will Americans ever muster the political will to make eugenics great again?
Rainer Chlodwig von K.
Rainer is the author of Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies – the DEFINITIVE Alt-Right statement on Hollywood!