The ideas of Thomas Malthus and Herbert Spencer which applied ideas of evolution and " survival of the fittest " to societies, nations and businesses became popular in the late 19th and early 20th century, and were used to defend various, sometimes contradictory, ideological perspectives including laissez-faire economics ,  colonialism ,  racism and imperialism . 
One of the foundations of Hitler's and the NSDAP's social policies was the concept of racial hygiene. It was based on the ideas of… Eugenics and Social Darwinism. Applied to human beings, “ Survival of the Fittest" was interpreted as requiring racial purity and killing off "life unworthy of life." The first victims were crippled and retarded children in a program dubbed Action T4 . After a public outcry, Hitler made a show of ending this program, but the killings in fact continued.
“ We demand that the state be charged first with providing the opportunity for a livelihood and way of life for the citizens.”
“ The state is to be responsible for a fundamental reconstruction of our whole national education program, to enable every capable and industrious German to obtain higher education and subsequently introduction into leading positions.”
“ The State is to care for the elevating national health by protecting the mother and child, by outlawing child-labor, by the encouragement of physical fitness, by means of the legal establishment of a gymnastic and sport obligation, by the utmost support of all organizations concerned with the physical instruction of the young.”
Hitler said of the Nazis "We are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance". However, he was clear to point out that Nazism "has nothing to do with Marxian Socialism," saying that "Marxism is anti-property; true Socialism is not.“ (Ibid)
“ The most well-known compulsory sterilization programs were those of Nazi Germany which sterilized over 400,000 individuals in the 1930s and 1940s, the United States, which sterilized over 64,000 individuals from 1900s through the 1970s , and many Scandinavian countries. Sweden sterilized the highest proportion of its own citizens - 62,000 individuals from the 1930s through the 1970s within the population of over 6,000,000 were sterilized; it was a condition required for receiving welfare, securing one's release from prisons/mental institutions or for keeping custody of children.”
“ The first country to concertedly undertake compulsory sterilization programs for the purpose of eugenics was the United States. The principal targets of the American program were the mentally retarded. and the mentally ill., but also targeted under many state laws were the deaf, the blind, the epileptic, and the physically deformed. Native Americans were sterilized against their will in many states, often without their knowledge, while they were in a hospital for some other reason (e.g. after giving birth). Some sterilizations also took place in prisons and other penal institutions, targeting criminality, but they were in the relative minority. In the end, over 65,000 individuals were sterilized in 33 states under state compulsory sterilization programs in the United States.” (Ibid)
Between 1939 and 1945, the SS, assisted by collaborationist governments and recruits from occupied countries, systematically killed somewhere between 11 and 14 million people, including about 6 million Jews,  in concentration camps, ghettos and mass executions, or through less systematic methods elsewhere. Besides being gassed to death, many also died as a result of starvation and disease while working as slave labourers (sometimes benefiting private German companies in the process, because of the low cost of such labour). Between 1939 and 1945, the SS, assisted by collaborationist governments and recruits from occupied countries, systematically killed somewhere between 11 and 14 million people, including about 6 million Jews, 
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in concentration camps, ghettos, and mass executions, or through less systematic methods elsewhere. Besides being gassed to death, many also died as a result of starvation and disease while working as slave labourers (sometimes benefiting private German companies in the process, because of the low cost of such labour). Along with Jews, non-Jewish Poles (over 3 million of whom died), alleged communists or political opposition, members of resistance groups, resisting Roman Catholics and Protestants, homosexuals, Roma, the physically handicapped, and mentally retarded, Soviet prisoners of war,(possibly as many as 3 million), Jehovah's Witnesses, anti-Nazi clergy, trade unionists, and psychiatric patients were killed.
In March 1934, however, the Hereditary Health Court in Hamburg rendered a judgment which stated that abortion on grounds of racial health was not an offense. In its decision, it referred to a Supreme Court decision during the Weimar democracy seven years earlier, allowing the procedure for "medical necessities."(25) In June 1935 the sterilization law was also amended to allow abortions on eugenic grounds and these abortions had to be followed by sterilizations, dependent -- technically -- on the woman's consent.(26) Thus, sterilization, eugenics and abortion all come together. (life Issues.net)
"...abortion is a necessary evil that we must accept out of respect for life." - Dr. Ley, Nazi racial hygienist, on having "quality," "planned" children, at a meeting on June 15, 1937 with Nazi SS head, Heinrich Himmler. PSR, R320/N518, pp. 85-88.
Germans could not have abortions, but Jews could, since this could only benefit the German people. -Nazi government announcement through the press, 1938. "...if the decree [to abort Slavic, particularly Polish] becomes known, the danger will exist that encouragement will be given to the prevailing tendency to approve of abortions, and that the gradual realization, on the part of the average person, of how abominable such a practice is, will be completely eliminated." -A Nazi doctor doing abortions, 1943. TWC, IV, 1083-1084
During World War II the Nazis used sterilizations and abortions (also birth control and even the promotion of homosexuality ) extensively in eastern Europe to carry out their eugenics policies.
But Kill Those that belong to your “Master Race”.
“ Just as we today have gone back to the ancient Germanic view on the question of marriage mixing different races, so too in our judgment of homosexuality a symptom of degeneracy which could destroy our race we must return to the guiding Nordic principle: extermination of degenerates.” (Himmler)
In any totalitarian state, the oppressed always outnumber the oppressors. While such regimes are built upon the threat and practice of terror, it is impossible to create institutions of state terror that can control all of the subjects, all of the time. Thus would-be-tyrants who seek to dominate entire populations must devise some means of inducing their victims to enslave themselves. Aldous Huxley, author of the classic anti-totalitarian novel Brave New World, explained that the most efficient totalitarian system would be one in which the rulers would "control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude." In Huxley's model of the total state, the population was controlled through the use of sex, drugs, vapid entertainment, government-generated slogans, and manufactured social fads . ( Gramsci: A Method to the Madness by William Norman Grigg)
No name is more prominently associated with the "power elite" than Rockefeller, and from its beginning the American abortion movement profited from Rockefeller largesse. "John D. Rockefeller 3rd and his family, and their foundations provided much of the money" to advance the designs of the eugenicists movement , Meehan observes. Rockefeller's grandfather, John D. Rockefeller, and his son, John D. Jr., "were members of the American Eugenics Society, and JDR 3rd helped keep the eugenics group afloat financially during the depression." Among the other financial luminaries in the power elite that supported the eugenicist movement were Mary Harriman, widow of railroad baron E. H. Harriman, and George Eastman of Eastman Kodak.
“ Socialist and anti-Christian agitator Margaret Sanger, founder of the Birth Control League (later re-named Planned Parenthood), shared membership with the Rockefellers in the American Eugenics Society (AES) and benefited greatly from their financial support. Not only was Sanger a liaison between the power elite and street-level agitators, she was also a conduit between the AES and its counterparts in National Socialist Germany. The April 1933 issue of Sanger's Birth Control Review , which was devoted to the subject of eugenic sterilization, featured an article by Dr. Ernst Rudin, a high official of the Nazi regime. Hitler, Meehan observes, openly admired the AES. When this affinity became a political liability for the AES in the late 1930s, it was John D. Rockefeller 3rds financial support that kept the organization alive. It was at this same time, Meehan notes, that the AES and its allies began to advocate "substantial loosening of anti-abortion laws.“” (Ibid)
In 1939, the Rockefeller Foundation (which was still financing the pro-Nazi AES) underwrote a secret project called "Studies on American Interests in the War and the Peace." Conducted by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) on behalf of the U.S. State Department, this Rockefeller-funded initiative created the framework for what would become the United Nations. Among the studies prepared for the project was a paper by eugenicist Frank Notestein that called for "propaganda in favor of controlled fertility as an integral part of a public health program." Julian Huxley, the first director-general of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), built upon that recommendation in his 1947 book UNESCO : Its Purposes and Its Philosophy.
Although "any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible," wrote Huxley, "it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that is now unthinkable may at least become thinkable." In 1952, to pave the way for the advent of the "unthinkable," John D. Rockefeller 3rd and AES's Frederick Osborn founded the Population Council. As Mary Meehan points out the work of the Population Council was to convince "government leaders in poor nations that they had a serious population problem" and then show them "how to solve it through population control."
Of course, these "unthinkable" designs were not intended solely for export to other countries. "By the early 1960s," wrote Michael S. Teitelbaum of the CFR's Study Group on Population and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Winter 1992-93 issue of Foreign Affairs , "elite public opinion on population matters -- Republican and Democratic, conservative and liberal alike -- had shifted closer to that advanced by Rockefeller a decade earlier. Key figures in the Kennedy administration initiated the first U.S. foreign policy initiatives on population, in spite of opposition from the Catholic Church. ..." In 1963, according to journalist Benjamin Bradlee, a confidant of JFK, Kennedy told him privately that "he was all for people solving their problems by abortion (and specifically told me I could not use that for publication in Newsweek )." In the same year, Planned Parenthood President Alan Guttmacher explained to his co-conspirators that laws protecting the unborn could only be changed "inch by inch and foot by foot, but not a mile at a time. ... I am in favor of abortion on demand, but feel from the practical point of view that such a social revolution should evolve by stages."
In a 1967 Science magazine essay, population control advocate Kinglsey Davis noted that "the conditions that cause births to be wanted or unwanted are beyond the control of family planning ... the social structure and economy must be changed before a deliberate reduction in the birthrate can be achieved." According to Davis, "changes basic enough to affect motivation for having children would be changes in the structure of the family, in the position of women and in the sexual mores." He also suggested that governments could manipulate the tax structure to discourage marriage (creating the so-called "marriage penalty"), and that "women could be required to work outside the home, or compelled by circumstances to do so."
In a 1969 memo (which was published in the October 1970 issue of Family Planning Perspectives ), Planned Parenthood Vice President Frederick Jaffe elaborated upon Davis's blueprint for a eugenicist social revolution. The memo grouped possible "fertility control" options into four categories : "Social Constraints," "Economic Deterrents/Incentives," "Social Controls," and "Housing Policies." The category of "Social Constraints" included the "Compulsory education of children," the encouragement of "increased homosexuality," the restructuring of the family by altering the "image of the ideal family" and encouraging women to work outside the home, and -- if all else failed -- the placement of "fertility control agents in [the] water supply." While mass sterilization has not -- yet -- been carried out, all of the other elements of this blueprint have been. (Ibid)
The role of changing America's "sexual mores" was assigned to sexologist Alfred Kinsey, who in 1948 published Sexual Behavior in the Human Male -- the opening salvo in the "sexual revolution." Underwritten by the Rockefeller Foundation and eagerly embraced by strategically placed subversives who had honeycombed American institutions of law and social sciences, the Kinsey report targeted the moral foundations of our culture and opened a Pandora's Box of social evils, including promiscuity, divorce, abortion, homosexuality, pornography, and the sexual exploitation of children. (Ibid)
In fact, as Dr. Judith Reisman has carefully documented in her two invaluable exposes, Kinsey, Sex and Fraud , and Kinsey : Crimes and Consequences , the methods employed by Kinsey and his despicable associates included "scientifically" supervised episodes of child molestation, as well as the use of convicted sex offenders and other deviants as the "representative" sample of American society. On the basis of this fraudulent "research," Kinsey insisted that, at any given time, 95 percent of adult American males were actively engaged in some form of deviant sexual behavior. (Ibid)
The widely accepted myth that 10 percent of the population is homosexual is the most obvious illustration of Kinsey's influence. However, as Dr. Reisman point[s] out, ... the Kinsey cabal's malign influence extends far beyond the mainstreaming of homosexuality. Kinsey and his accomplices set out with the intention "to topple, or greatly weaken, laws concerning rape, seduction, prostitution, sodomy, bestiality, indecent exposure, incest, bigamy, nudity, obscenity, adultery, fornication, adult-child sex, illicit cohabitation, pornography, smoking opium and other narcotics." Morris Ernst, Kinsey's lawyer (who was, not surprisingly, affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union), insisted that "virtually every page of the Kinsey Report touches on some section of the legal code." With the help of other Gramsci-style "change agents" who had insinuated themselves into legal and academic institutions, Kinsey and his colleagues were able to decimate scores of "antiquated" laws and social standards. One indication of Kinsey's legal impact, notes Dr. Reisman, "is the fact that Kinsey is the most cited sex scientist by far in Westlaw and the other legal indices.“ (Ibid)
The most obvious and effective assault upon the traditional home is that which has been waged by the feminist movement. This assault -- with the unstinting financial support of the power elite -- has effectively conquered both major political parties. Although many commentators make great sport of feminism's more visible absurdities, few are willing or able to recognize that modern feminism has its origins in the Soviet-aligned Communist movement. "While we build the movement uniting women against their oppression, we try to win over the most conscious women to join us in building a revolutionary party that can unite all oppressed sectors of the population," wrote Leon Trotsky in 1917. "The women's liberation movement is a central part of the American socialist revolution in the making."
Betty Friedan, the acknowledged "founding mother" of American feminism, was among the "most conscious women" referred to by Trotsky. Despite her carefully wrought public image as a typical suburban housewife driven into radical politics by the frustrations of domestic life (which she called a "comfortable concentration camp"), Friedan was a professional propagandist for the Soviet-controlled Communist Party. Prior to becoming the anointed leader of the "Women's Movement," notes former New Left activist David Horowitz, Friedan was "a Stalinist [and] the political intimate of America's Cold War fifth column. ..." So strict was Friedan's adherence to the Soviet line that she was among those American Communists who were de facto supporters of Adolf Hitler between August 1939 and June 1941 -- the period of the notorious Hitler-Stalin non-aggression pact. As Horowitz concludes, Friedan's "interest in women's liberation was just a subtext of her real desire to create a Soviet America."
To Create a Soviet America, it would be necessary to eradicate the traditional family and to supplant the family with the state. Karl Marx called for the "abolition of the family" in the Communist Manifesto . "Marx was on to something more profound than he knew when he observed that the family contained within itself in embryo all the antagonisms that later develop on a wider scale within the society and the state," wrote Friedan's disciple Shulamith Firestone in her 1970 tract The Dialectic of Sex . "[U]nless revolution uproots the basic organization, the biological family ... the tapeworm of exploitation will never be annihilated." "Feminism is not just an issue or a group of issues," wrote feminist revolutionary Ellen Willis in the November 14, 1981 issue of The Nation . "It is the cutting edge of a revolution in cultural and moral values. ... The objective of every feminist reform, from legal abortion ... to child-care programs, is to undermine traditional family values. ..."
The uprooting of traditional family institutions is also a goal of the homosexual revolution, which -- like the feminist movement -- has its origins in the Marxist Left and has been nurtured by the power elite. The American "gay rights" movement was inaugurated by the Mattachine Society, founded in the 1950s by Marxists Harry Hay and Rudi Gernreich. The ongoing and shockingly successful campaign to normalize homosexuality is the product of a cunning strategy that uses the mass media, especially entertainment, and other Establishment-controlled institutions to re-educate the public in favor of the unmentionable vice. That strategy was outlined, with stunning candor, in After the Ball : How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the '90's , by homosexual activists Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen. Taking a page from Gramsci (and Goebbels), the authors urged that the Lavender Lobby mount a full-scale propaganda war to bring about the "conversion" of America through a "planned psychological attack." Through such means, the authors predicted, Americans would be "cured" of their opposition to homosexual perversion, "whether they like it or not."
Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in America. 78% of their clinics are in minority communities . Blacks make up 12% of the population, but 35% of the abortions in America . Are we being targeted? Isn't that genocide? We are the only minority in America that is on the decline in population. If the current trend continues, by 2038 the black vote will be insignificant. Did you know that the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, was a devout racist who created the Negro Project designed to sterilize unknowing black women and others she deemed as undesirables of society? The founder of Planned Parenthood said, "Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated." Is her vision being fulfilled today? (BlackGenocide.org)
The superior species the eugenics movement sought was populated not merely by tall, strong, talented people. Eugenicists craved blond, blue-eyed Nordic types. This group alone, they believed, was fit to inherit the earth. In the process, the movement intended to subtract emancipated Negroes, immigrant Asian laborers, Indians, Hispanics, East Europeans, Jews, dark-haired hill folk, poor people, the infirm and really anyone classified outside the gentrified genetic lines drawn up by American raceologists. (HNN:Edwin Black)