Pretty straightforward...

"These posters were intended for use in schools to teach Nazi racial doctrines."

The title: “Costs for the genetically ill — social consequences.”

The left frame notes that an institution that houses 130 feeble-minded costs about 104,000 Reichsmarks a year. The right frame notes that that is enough to build 17 houses for healthy working class families.

The text in red at the bottom: “The genetically ill are a burden for the people.”

@TheIronHeart it's opposed to the jew-for-goy catholic values that claim all lives are created by god and equally invaluable. "imperishable souls of inestimable value" - in practice that means retards and hominoid veggies have infinite claim on all resources since their continued breathing is the equal of every form of life. catholicism is the most radical form of leveling or egalitarianism. the belief humans are 'created' is liberal 'equality' at its worst - its most dangerous.

@TheIronHeart eugenics is objectively good. iceland has totally eliminated down syndrome cos they aborted all the fetuses which had it lol
@TheIronHeart denmark seems to be the most based nordic country. they're like the anti-sweden lol
@acacia227 @TheIronHeart I agree, denmark is like what finland and norway could've been if they hadn't started sucking the dicks of every 'minority' claiming to be opressed, fuck the jews.
Finland used to be such a based country when I was a kid, makes me depressed, just the other day I saw the ugliest motherfucking tranny I've ever seen, I live in a small town on the country side so it was a major shock
@acacia227 @TheIronHeart I'm kinda conflicted on eugenics because the line between a valuable and non valuable life is so thin is almost invisible. We all agree that a person born blind, deaf and unable to move can be a burden, but for example a lot of people with down syndrome can be autonomous and productive. What if the fetus has only one arm? Or one leg? They can potentially still be active members of society. What if someone has an incident and ends up in a wheelchair or blind? Do we need to suppress them because we as a society don't accept people with disabilities? At the same time though, it's objectively true that a selected abortion of fetuses with life damaging syndromes would be effective
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