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Thursday, May 18, 2017

30. The Geneticist's Manifesto: The Underground History of American Education by John Taylor Gatto from archive.org

The Geneticist's Manifesto 

Meanwhile, at the project offices of an important employer of experts, the Rockefeller 
Foundation, friends were hearing from Max Mason, its president, that a comprehensive 
national program was underway to allow, in Mason's words, "the control of human 
behavior." This dazzling ambition was announced on April 11, 1933. Schooling figured 
prominently in the design. 



Rockefeller had been inspired by the work of Eastern European scientist Hermann Muller 
to invest heavily in genetics. Muller had used x-rays to override genetic law, inducing 
mutations in fruit flies. This seemed to open the door to the scientific control of life itself. 
Muller preached that planned breeding would bring mankind to paradise faster than God. 
His proposal received enthusiastic endorsement from the greatest scientists of the day as 
well as from powerful economic interests. 

Muller would win the Nobel Prize, reduce his proposal to a fifteen-hundred-word 
Geneticists ' Manifesto, and watch with satisfaction as twenty-two distinguished 
American and British biologists of the day signed it. The state must prepare to 
consciously guide human sexual selection, said Muller. School would have to separate 
worthwhile breeders from those slated for termination. 

Just a few months before this report was released, an executive director of the National 
Education Association announced that his organization expected "to accomplish by 
education what dictators in Europe are seeking to do by compulsion and force." You 
can't get much clearer than that. WWII drove the project underground, but hardly 
retarded its momentum. Following cessation of global hostilities, school became a major 
domestic battleground for the scientific rationalization of social affairs through 
compulsory indoctrination. Great private corporate foundations led the way. 

Participatory Democracy Put To The Sword 

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