Tuesday, March 17, 2020

“DOTS” SERIES -- “DOT” #01: “Eugenics”.

DOTS SERIES -- DOT#01:  Eugenics”.

Dear Reader,

This new series, entitled “DOTS” -- as in “connecting the dots” -- is intended to provide you with evidentiary excerpts from the many years of research, by Karl Seldon, initially, and, later, by the Foundation, on the secret global agenda and strategy of the ‘descendence phase’ capitalist ruling class.

We plan to present these excerpts here, within this new series, together with their source references, usually without any commentary, by us, as to how we “connect” these “dots”, to give you, our reader, the chance to make your “connections” on your own.

We will set forth our GLOBAL STRATEGIC HYPOTHESES regarding the interconnections of these “dots” generally elsewhere.  Some of our such hypotheses are already extant in past entries to this blog.

DOTSSeries [as in “connecting the dots”.] -- DOT #1:  Eugenics.

Frederick Osborn, in the Galton Lecture for 1956, published in a 1956 issue of the Eugenics Review [vol. 48, Number 1, emphases added], lamented the widespread post-WWII public revulsion regarding “the very word eugenics”, and proposed a new, stealth strategy, for implementing the Eugenics Agenda -- 

“The very word eugenics is in disrepute in some quarters...”

“We must ask ourselves, what have we done wrong?”

“I think we have failed to take into account a trait which is almost universal and is very deep in human nature.”

“People are simply not willing to accept the idea that the genetic base on which their character was formed is inferior and should not be repeated in the next generation.”

“We have asked whole groups of people to accept this idea and we have asked individuals to accept it.”

“They have constantly refused and we have all but killed the eugenic movement...”

“...they won’t accept the idea that they are in general second rate.”

“We must rely on other motivation...”

“...it is surely possible to build a system of voluntary unconscious selection.”

But the reasons advanced must be generally acceptable reasons.”

“Let’s stop telling anyone that they have a generally inferior genetic quality, for they will never agree ... .”

For more information regarding these Marxian and Seldonian insights, please see:


For partially pictographical, ‘poster-ized’ visualizations of many of these Seldonian insights -- specimens of dialectical art -- see:



Miguel Detonacciones

Voting Member, Foundation Encyclopedia Dialectica [F.E.D.],
Participant, F.E.D. Special Council for Public Liaison,
Officer, F.E.D. Office of Public Liaison.

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