A group called “Project Prevention” is in the news for its tactic of offering $300 payments to “drug addicts” to submit to sterilization or long-term birth control because . . . um, it’s not clear except, you know, “those people” obviously ought to be sterilized. According to the woman who dreamed up this charming scheme, it’s just a coincidence that most of them tend to be black or Hispanic, and almost all are poor. The program isn’t intended to sterilize people who are black, Hispanic, and/or poor . . . it just does.
But you can kind of see the logic behind it. Such people are a drain on society. They could be dangerous. They’ll transmit their drug-using, welfare-depending, no-home-owning ways to the next generation. We need to stop that.
The problem, of course, is that this is just a rationalization for . . . sterilizing people who are black, Hispanic, and poor. Given the pitifully meager and ill-spirited pittance we actually provide for programs aimed at poor, homeless, or drug-addicted people, and the lengths we go to to keep them out of our neighborhoods and public facilities, providing a Final Solution to the problem they represent won’t actually change anything for the rest of us. The program can’t be justified by the benefits it supposedly provides. But the problem is not the tactics, just the focus.
We ought to be pushing birth control for the true parasite class, the ones who actually do take up vast amounts of public resources, drag down the economy, and destroy standards of living for decent and productive citizens. We need a “Project Prevention” for the over-breeding scum who have drained our paychecks and our dignity as a society generation after generation. It’s time.
Sterilize the Rich
Break the Cycle!
We could have a better America in just one generation.
Think about it.