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Life Unworthy Of Life

On Saturday 9thJanuary 1915, the 32-year old Virginia Woolf and her husband Leonard took a walk from their home in Richmond along the River Thames towards Kingston. 2,279 more words

Adolf Hitler

Genetically modified people: what could go wrong?

Genes, genes, genes: hype, hype, hype

Notes on Brave New World, against which freedom is the prime option

Freedom to refuse—

by Jon Rappoport

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Flashback: creating a genetically altered human

by Jon Rappoport

November 27, 2018

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In vitro (in the glass) genetic manipulation of artificially inseminated human eggs and sperms.

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Medical Fraud

Eugenics and the State

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The history of eugenics is intertwined with the history of genetics. The term “genetics” was established in 1905 by William Bateson. Half a century previously, Francis Galton coined the term “eugenics”, which is Greek for “well-born” or “good genesis”, though Galton did not attribute the genesis of the idea to the Greeks. 2,428 more words



By Barrier Free Japan

November 26th 2018



Hyogo based group continues to highlight disability issues in Kobe

By Barrier Free Japan

November 25th 2018

The ‘7.26 Kobe Action Group’ has been attempting to raise disability awareness since the killing of disabled people at a Sagamihara care home on July 26th 2016.


Stefan Molyneux Warms Up To White Nationalism After Visit To Poland

During his “International Men’s Day Livestream!” on November 19, 2018, far-right YouTube philosopher Stefan Molyneux told viewers he was becoming much more sympathetic to white nationalism. 278 more words