One of the unknown connections between so-called “transgender” surgeries and forced sterilizations in early 20th century American history is the targeting of children with mental-health problems.

Many people are now familiar with Miss Chloe Cole (top right.)  She is a young woman born in 2004 who went on puberty blockers at age 13. She had a double mastectomy at age 15. She is now suing Kaiser Permanente of California. The beginning of the lawsuit filed reads thus: “This case is about a team of doctors (i.e., the Defendants) who decided to perform a mutilating, mimicry sex change experiment on Chloe, then a thirteen-year-old vulnerable girl struggling with complex mental health co-morbidities, who needed love, care, attention, and regular weekly psychotherapy, not cross-sex hormones, and mutilating surgery.”

Notice again that a young woman with “complex mental health” found a surgeon in California when she was 15 to do a double-mastectomy on her with no issues of cancer or any other medical need for surgery. Why would American surgeons be targeting mentally-ill teens for sterilizing surgeries?

The answer might be found in American history.

An Arizona State University law site explains the unusual case of a 21 year old woman who became pregnant out of wedlock and also the center of the 1927 Supreme Court Decision Buck vs. Bell on forced-sterilizations:

“On 2 May 1927, in an eight to one decision, the US Supreme Court ordered that Carrie Buck, whom it called a feebleminded daughter of a feebleminded mother and herself the mother of a feebleminded child, be sterilized under the 1924 Virginia Eugenical Sterilization Act… The Supreme Court ruled that the principle of compulsory vaccination, validated under Jacobson v. Massachusetts, was broad enough to allow for a woman’s Fallopian tubes to be cut.”

Ultimately, Justice Oliver Wendall Holmes Jr. (top left in featured image) stated for the Supreme Court: “Instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime, or to let them starve for their imbecility, society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind… Three generations of imbeciles are enough.”

It was later proven that the East-Coast’s Carrie Buck in the 1920s was actually very smart. Her so-called “imbecility” turned out to be the false-pretext for her forced sterilization.  The real reason her foster-parents sought forced-sterilization is explained on the US government National Archives: “The supposed ‘imbecile’ in question was Carrie Buck, by then a 21-year-old woman from Charlottesville, Virginia. At the age of 17, Carrie Buck became pregnant, which was later reported to have been the result of rape, allegedly by a relative of her foster parents.”

Leftists always accuse others of the very thing they caused, as I wrote about in this personal story here.

So also, the West-Coast’s Chloe Cole in the 2020s (who is 19 years old at the publication of this article) is extremely smart. (When she was on Jordan Peterson‘s show, she used words in her active vocabulary that I didn’t even have in my passive vocabulary by age 19!) But she had started receiving sterilizing-chemicals at age 13 when she had not fully developed mentally. Keep in mind that the lawsuit linked above again states Chloe was “a thirteen-year-old vulnerable girl struggling with complex mental health co-morbidities” when California physicians started taking insurance money to mutilate her reproductive organs—first chemically, and later surgically.

Of course, the commonality here is that bloodthirsty Americans in both the 1920s and the 2020s wanted to sexually-mutilate children they thought were mentally-handicapped. It’s the exact same thing that the Nazis did to their own populations. So, the next time someone tells you they stand for “trans-rights,” remind them that they are advocating for the same destruction of God’s most vulnerable children as the Nazis did.  In fact, the Nazis learned a lot from American eugenics.  After all, it was a US Supreme Court Justice who coined the term, “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.”

Special thanks to Rob Green for his book Defending the Constitution first connecting forced-sterilizations to forced-vaccinations for me here.