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Guest Bobby Carpenter

Max Planck, Eugenics, agents of deception, misinformation

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Guest Bobby Carpenter

Please take the time to research the Max Planck Research Institution, its historical ties to Nazi Eugenics theory and racial cleansing schemes.  They were a part of every Nazi horror story, including murder, torture and genocide and yet they were reestablished after world war 3 in order to continue eugenics inspired research. The Max Planck, formally the Kaiser Weilhiem Society, is now one of the leading Scientific research organization in the world.  They provide curriculum, and direction in Anthropology, Archaeogenetics, Psychology and Biochemistry to prestigious universities such as Harvard, MIT, and Oxford.  I strongly suspect that this organization is financed by Neo-Nazi organizations, international Eugenic Societies and Pro Nazi Corporation; therefore dangerous. Their forefathers planned strategies to reduce the populations of third world countries by any means possible.  Like their Nazi Scientist forefathers they also utilize fake science in order to alter perception and to impact social political opinions.  They just published an scientific article where they claimed the ancient Egyptians were absent of any Black-African DNA.  The world view shared by the Nazi and Eugenic scientist have done much to define the current racist and biased perspectives in the fields of Anthropology. History, Genetics and Archaeology.  Research for yourself!  Tell me what you think.

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