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Project InPosterum: Extermination of the Psychiatric Patients [cached]

These psychiatrists included professor Ernst Rudin, Director of the Kaiser-Wilhelm- Institut in Munchen and the author of the Act on Compulsory Sterilization of Patients; Professor Max de Crinis from Berlin, who selected patients for extermination and supervised the so-called T4 action: Professor Carl Schneider from Heidelberg, Professor Werner Heyde from Wurzburg, Professor Hermann P. Nitsche (Sonnenstein); and many psychiatrists working in the hospitals.

Illuminati, Nazis and the Illegal State of Israel-It's Worse Than Anyone Thinks - Who Still Can, and Dares to | Wichita Observer [cached]

One member of the German delegation was Dr. Ernst Rudin of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy in Berlin.
He was unanimously elected president for his work in founding the German Society of Race Hygiene- a forerunner to Hitler's race institutes.

H. Neal Smith's "Occupied America" [cached]

Avrell Harriman personally arranged for transportation of Dr. Ernst Rudin, a psychiatrist at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy and Demography in Berlin.
The Rockefeller family paid for an entire floor at the institute for Dr. Rudin to do his eugenics research. Rudin was unanimously elected President of the International Federation of Eugenics Societies. Rudin was now the official leader of the world eugenics movement. The movement included groups dedicated to the sterilization of mental patients (mental hygiene societies), execution of the insane, criminals and the terminally ill (euthanasia societies) and eugenical race-purification by prevention of births to parents of what they considered inferior blood stock (birth control societies). These groups openly called for elimination of the Unfit by any means, including violence. Rudin authored German law ...For the prevention of Hereditary Diseases in Posterity based on U.S. statutes in the state of Virginia and other states.

NEWS RELEASE Release [cached]

Then, Rockefellers and friends instilled Ernst Rudin, as the institute's director.
He later became Hitler's chief racial hygienist.

Life Advocate Magazine Features -- Margaret Sanger's eugenics -- January/February 1998 Issue [cached]

Ernst Rudin
Ernst Rudin was director of the foremost German eugenics research institute (Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy, in Munich, Germany). "On June 2, 1933, [German] Reich Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick announced the formation of an Expert Committee on Questions of Population and Racial Policy .... to plan the course of Nazi racial policy. The committee brought together the elite of Nazi racial theory: Alfred Ploetz, ..... Ernst Rudin, director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy in Munich...." (4) On July 14, 1933 this committee's recommendations regarding forced sterilization became known as the "Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring. The start date for exercising the law was January 1, 1934. Tucker (The Science and Politics of Racial Research, 1994, University of Illinois Press) writes about Ernst Rudin (p. 121): In an address to the German Society for Rassenhygiene [Race-hygiene], Ernst Rudin, a professor of psychiatry who was one of the organization's original members and now its head, recalled the early, fruitless days when the racial hygienists had labored in vain to alert the public to special value of the Nordic race as "culture creators" and the danger of "unnatural" attempts to preserve the health of heredity defectives. Now Rassenhygiene was finally receiving the attention it deserved, and Rudin virtually slavered over the man whose efforts produced this change: "The significance of Rassenhygiene did not become evident to all aware Germans until the political activity of Adolf Hitler and only through his work has our 30 year long dream of translating Rassenhygiene into action finally become a reality." Terming it a "duty of honor" (Ehrenpflicht) for the society to aid in implementing Hitler's program, Rudin proclaimed, "We can hardly express our efforts more plainly or appropriately than in the words of the Fuhrer: 'Whoever is not physically or mentally fit must not pass on his defects to his children. Three months before the German 'sterilization law' was passed, Rudin's "Eugenic Sterilization: An Urgent Need" article was published in the Birth Control Review (BCR) and continued to influence sterilization in the States until 1940 when the BCR (also referred to as The Review) ceased publication. In addressing an American audience Rudin is circumspect with his choice of words: The following essay is concerned only with sterilization as a voluntary practice, that is, when undertaken with the consent of the patient himself or his statutory guardians...... But as the essay wears on, the mask begins to slip: My experience has led me to the conclusion that systematic and careful propaganda should be undertaken where sterilization is advisable. Such propaganda should, of course, be gradual and should be directed in the first instance at the medical directors in institutions and schools, medical officers of health, and finally at private practitioners..... Margaret Sanger corresponded with Ernst Rudin and never once renounced his eugenic views.

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