|The Lebensborn project was one of most secret and terrifying Nazi projects
Adolf Hitler's In the best interest of the child is a favorite line perpetually quoted by today's Social Workers the Child
Protection Services and Family Court Judges. It was originally a slogan designed by Hitler's social engineers.
The Lebensborn program was a Nazi organization set up by SS leader Heinrich Himmler, which provided and ran orphanages
and relocation programs for children. After World War II, it was reported that Lebensborn was a breeding program. The program
promoted the growth of "superior" Aryan populations by providing excellent health care and by restricting access
to the programme with medical selections that applied eugenic and "race" criteria. During the war, Lebensborn also
processed the adoptions by German families of children from occupied northern and eastern Europe, mostly orphans.
"In the best interest of the child, we are breeding superior Aryan children"
The Lebensborn e. V. ('eingetragener Verein, "registered association") was founded on December 12, 1935, to
promote the policies of Nazi eugenics. the Lebensborn homes were also used to house very young Polish children (between two
and six) kidnapped to be Germanized. While older children were sent to institutions specifically dedicated to Germanization,
the younger ones would merely be observed for a time at the home before adoption.
"In the best interest of the child."
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"The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. As long as the government is perceived
as working for the benefit of the children, the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any
deprivation - Adolf Hitler