Inmate Sterilization and Eugenics
One of the former inmates who had worked in the infirmary stated things a bit more clearly:
Unlike Slate, the Center for Investigative Reporting places these practices in the broader historical perspective:“I was like, ‘Oh my God, that’s not right’… Do they think they’re animals, and they don’t want them to breed anymore?”
Packed lunches: pupils face ban in new school food plansCalifornia still grapples with an ugly past: Under compulsory sterilization laws here and in 31 other states, minority groups, the poor, the disabled, the mentally ill and criminals were singled out as inferior and sterilized to prevent them from spreading their genes.It was known as eugenics.Between 1909 and 1964, about 20,000 women and men in California were stripped of the ability to reproduce – making the state the nation’s most prolific sterilizer. Historians say Nazi Germany sought the advice of the state’s eugenics leaders in the 1930s.
But not only that, they fined the people who hired him too.
The free market economics in fenestrated hygiene and piscatorial cuisine is being undermined.