California, USA – “Chaldeans who voted for him should be ashamed of themselves. When will people learn that what goes around comes around? Like the Nazis who supported eugenics and the killing of the useless and unwanted, so too goes America with this President,” says Ashley Bashi.
Barack Obamaa has plans to reward the allies that helped him topple Hillary Clinton and seize the presidency by making total unrestricted abortion in the United States his number one priority as president. Nonetheless, some Chaldeans think abortion is a religious issue or only a disagreement to overlook with the controlling Democrat party.
“It is sad that some in the Chaldean community think abortion is a religious issue. Our entire society is based on morals and values. If we don’t value the innocent, the old, unproductive, weak, or poor of our society, how much longer before we begin to make decisions to eliminate them,” says Dr. Hiba Hannou, a leading Chaldean medical researcher in reproductive science. “How much longer before we say those that are not smart or unproductive must also be killed.”
Ashley Bashi and her friends have returned from Santa Barbara International Film Festival after watching a movie based on Edwin Black's opus on the eugenics movement and its connections to Nazism. It might seem unbelievable to many Americans and Chaldeans, but the startling similarities and encouragement of abortion has many deeply concerned.
The newly released movie is based on the best selling book by Pulitzer Prize-nominated author Edwin Black, the film brings together thousands of hours of research in seven countries to tell the horrifying story of Eugenics -- the quest to create a master race and eliminate the unproductive people of the world.
This is not the first attempt at informing modern society regarding the threat of eugenics (abortion, sterlization, etc..).
In the early decades of the 20th Century, American corporate philanthropy combined with prestigious academic fraud to create the pseudoscience eugenics that institutionalized race politics as national policy. The goal: create a superior, white, race and destroy the viability of immigrants, blacks, Jews, and non-whites.
The process began by identifying "defective" family trees and subjecting them to legislated segregation and sterilization programs. The victims: poor people, brown-haired white people, African Americans, immigrants, Indians, Eastern European Jews, the infirm and really anyone classified outside the superior genetic lines drawn up by American raceologists.
The main culprits were the Carnegie Institution, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Harriman railroad fortune, in league with America's most respected scientists hailing from such prestigious universities as Harvard, Yale and Princeton, operating out of a complex at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island.
The eugenic network worked in tandem with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the State Department and numerous state governmental bodies and legislatures throughout the country, and even the U.S. Supreme Court. They were all bent on breeding a eugenically superior race, just as agronomists would breed better strains of corn. The plan was to wipe away the reproductive capability of the weak and inferior.
The documentary shows how over 60,000 Americans were coercively sterilized — legally and extra-legally. Many never discovered the truth until decades later. Those who actively supported eugenics include America's most progressive figures: Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger and Oliver Wendell Holmes.
“America’s election of an Afro American as President, given the disgraceful history of racism in the United States is meaningful. As a Chaldean I can remember how surprised I was to learn about history of slavery and racism in America,” says Bashi.
The Supreme Court of the United States, the supreme judicial authority of the country, declared that slavery was justified by the Constitution, and so was part of the fundamental order of the land. The Court quoted the words of the U.S. Declaration of Independence ('We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among them is life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness’) and then ruled that these words were never meant to apply to blacks, who were only regarded as property.
“The irony is that Obama’s stand on abortion contradicts the historical significance of his election. The Supreme Court consider unborn babies as property and therefore have no constitutional protection. Like slaves these babies can be burned, beaten, and even killed,” Bashi adds.
While African Americans make-up a little more than 13% of the population a staggering 35% of all Abortions are performed on them and more than half of all abortion clinics are found in poor parts of the country.
“How much can one person sell out? You have a black president helping to eliminate his own race,” says Bashi. “The modern KKK which is the white elite who control the media and now the government, are playing him like a puppet.”
Obama has already signed an executive order using American tax payer money to pay for abortions in foreign countries. A little more than one year has passed since Obama made his vows to the Planned Parenthood Action Fund that abortion would be the first priority of his administration. "The first thing I'd do as president is sign the Freedom of Choice Act," Obama said in his July speech to abortion advocates worried about the increase of pro-life legislation at the state level.
The Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) is legislation Obama has co-sponsored along with 18 other senators that would annihilate every single state law limiting or regulating abortion, including the federal ban on partial birth abortion.