America is now a two class system. The rich now have access to eugenics. What will this do to America moving forward?

Posted by: 1814Username

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It will widen the gap between the haves and have nots even further.

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It will eventually create a master-slave society in America. Those who are genetically altered will be given the best jobs and eventually genetic bias will creep into all facets of American life.

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Let's face facts. The Nazis were major proponents of messing with the genes of people to create a master race. After WWII, we brought over all those scientists. There is a program in place in America behind the scenes and we don't really know who is pulling the stings.

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Eugenics will not have an effect on America.

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If what they say about the Dulce Base is true or even remotely true, there is an alien agenda to manipulate the genome of human beings. This would account for the hundreds of thousands of people that go missing every year in America.

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The_Immortal_Emris says2014-07-29T08:44:04.2360157-05:00
We all have access to eugenics. Eugenics is just choosing your mate according to their genetic predispositions.
reece says2014-07-29T09:36:56.2388416-05:00
@The_Immortal_Emris The rich just get a better chance on choosing;)
Preston says2014-07-29T11:04:27.8218114-05:00
@reece, im not rich, Its accessible to me...
1814Username says2014-07-29T15:43:03.5768370-05:00
Eugenics spans a lot of topics. Forced sterilization to genetic manipulation. I know wealthy people right now that are getting full genetic screening and by the way --- it is not cheap.
Kreakin says2014-07-29T19:45:18.0487407-05:00
Eugenics went out of fashion after WW2 didn't it?
1814Username says2014-07-30T07:37:25.4805335-05:00
Eugenics is alive and well I assure you. Too much money in it.

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