The Nazi Law enactment, the start of the world’s largest genocide

July 14 is one of the most infamous and painful dates for humanity because on this day in 1933 the Germany Nazi Party promulgated the so-called Law for the Prevention of Progeny with Hereditary Diseases, that is, it established a system that allowed the extermination of millions of people by the state and marked the beginning of the largest genocide in universal history.

Source: Cadena SER

The Nazi Germany party called together eugenicists and geneticists Ernst Rüdin and Arthur Gütt, as well as lawyer Falk Ruttkea for the creation and drafting of the perfidious law that would end the lives of millions of people. This supposed regulation followed three important guidelines:

The first was based on «Racial Hygiene» at this point the Germans would be allowed to get rid of citizens whom they considered «troublesome» because they disagreed with Nazi ideals basically.

In the second point, the party indicated that the mentally ill weakened the whole of society and were a hindrance to their aspiration to make the German race the strongest, healthiest and purest in the world.

Finally, the third point, also called the Final Solution, was the macabre conclusion reached by the law of this policy considered diabolical by more than one specialist around the world. This recapitulation indicated that the establishment of death camps in Nazi-controlled Europe would be exclusively for the execution of millions of «unwanted» citizens under the T4 program.

In these fields of horror, they systematically murdered Jews, communists, gypsies, homosexuals, and the mentally ill, who already considered themselves unworthy of living, according to their regime of racial superiority.

Source: Diario de México
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