Washington Post suggests eugenics to end school poverty?

Below the fold on the front page of January 17th’s Washington Post is the headline, “Most public school students living in poverty.”

A mere three paragraphs into the story, we have this carefully chosen, carefully placed quote from an ivory tower academic:

“A lot of people at the top are doing much better, but the people at the bottom are not doing better at all. Those are the people who have the most children and send their children to public school.”

Get that, all you over-breeding women? Knock it off! You’re probably not white, and your tired, your poor, your huddled masses of children are threatening our nation’s future materialism! Flooding our schools with your filthy, lice-laced offspring. The nerve!

The rest of the article wrings its hands over how government needs to throw more money at the problem. But that third graf quote is code language. Code for what? Code for, “We must contracept and abort the poor out of existence to solve this.”

Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post and for all practical matters, owns this story’s reporter, Lyndsey Layton. They didn’t have to put a quote in the third graf, and they didn’t have to choose THAT quote, but they did, because it advances their diabolical agenda. Eugenicist and Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger isn’t spinning in her grave; she’s sitting up and applauding.

Nowhere does Layton’s story touch on moral, social, or even economic causes for the increase in poor children in public schools. We must acknowledge the collapse of fidelity to the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church are the ultimate cause of all this.

America is a radically secular pagan society where the individual and his selfish desires rule the roost. No one wants to talk about the breakdown of the family, the consequences of divorce and missing fathers; of parents who sacrificed their own educational opportunities to pursue selfish, fleeting earthly pleasures and who continue to prostate themselves before the altar of materialism.

Until America turns her heart and soul towards the Savior, and bows down in submission to the Bride of Christ, America’s children will remain poor and stupid, and its future, and the future of millions of souls, quite dark.

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