Language Eugenics in Academia
Definitions of radical terminology do not "evolve". They are intentionally redefined by intellectuals.
Intellectuals and academics have a long and troubling history of supporting eugenics.
These troglodytes argue this philosophy will somehow improve the genetic quality of the human population through selective breeding.
However, eugenics has been used to justify some of the most horrendous atrocities in history, largely by socialists and fascists.
This continues in modern-day China and we are largely ignoring it. On a smaller scale you might argue this is happening in the United States as well via the Queer Theorists who are pushing puberty blockers and surgeries on children. The most well known victim of this cult is right is probably Chloe Cole. Fortunately, she is out there fighting for the rights of others and I applaud her for it.
Who Are the Eugenicists?
Eugenics has been embraced by many prominent thinkers, including scientists, philosophers, and social theorists, who believed they were promoting a more efficient and productive society. A few prominent examples of people who supported eugenics that you have probably heard of include the economist John Maynard Keynes, Planned Parenthood creator Margaret Sanger, American sociologist WEB DuBois, and US President Woodrow Wilson.
In fact, it may come as a surprise to some that many Americans have supported eugenics in the past. Intellectuals of all ilks love their grand theories about how the world should work. They tend to believe in themselves and their ability to create utopias a little too much. Often times they don’t care how many people are killed in the process of accomplishing their vision.
Fortunately, we have a culture in America that has helped us avoid the extremism that much of the world engaged in during the 20th century.
I mention this history because it highlights the dangerous power of controlling the narrative. American schools are no longer teaching the real history of the worst atrocities under socialism.
They are rebranding Marxism with words like equity and critical social justice.
Much of this has arisen out of programs like women’s studies and queer studies. If these groups were honest they would refer to their programs as Women’s Marxism and Queer Marxism.
Postmodernists excel at the manipulation of language and truth.
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