The eugenics angle becomes apparent when you recognize the severe vitamin D deficiency being imposed in the USA (via the FDA’s quack RDA for it), which especially impacts people with dark skin. See below.
African Americans are dying from the novel coronavirus in disproportionate numbers, according to the limited data available on how the pandemic is affecting people of different races.
Only three states, Michigan, Illinois, and North Carolina, are providing data highlighting infection rates by race, but the figures indicate that African Americans have an outsize risk of getting a case of COVID-19 so severe that it leads to death.
There are calls for more states to provide this kind of data so a more reliable picture can be formed across the US.
Two experts have suggested the virus is having a starker effect on African Americans because people in that demographic are more likely to live in poverty and to be in ill health, both of which can exacerbate COVID-19.
New data from Michigan shows that African Americans are 14% of the population (1.4 million) but represent 40% (247) of the coronavirus deaths in the state.
It is a similar story in Illinois, where 113 African Americans have died out of a recorded 274 deaths, representing 41% of the total figure.
The black community in the state numbers 1.8 million, or 14.6% of the population.
Other anecdotal evidence from around the country — where testing data varies from state-to-state — affirms this apparent racial disparity in the coronavirus infection and death statistics.
ProPublica reported from Milwaukee: “As of Friday morning, African Americans made up almost half of Milwaukee County’s 945 cases and 81% of its 27 deaths in a county whose population is 26% black.” Within that figure, it is mainly men falling ill.
The trend was replicated in North Carolina.
In that state, 647 of total known cases — equivalent to 37% — were among African Americans, who make up 21% of the total population of 10.4 million.
The North Carolina death toll — which includes six African Americans of the 31 total deaths — was more in line with the population, making up 19% of deaths compared with 21% overall.
Dr. Lisa Cooper, a medical expert and social epidemiologist with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, told US News & World Report that broader social disadvantage was the reason black people were worse-hit.
She noted that “as a group, African Americans in the US have higher rates of poverty, housing and food insecurity, unemployment or underemployment, and chronic medical conditions, and disabilities.”….
Five members of Congress, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, signed a letter to Alex Azar, the US health secretary, on the topic.
“Although COVID-19 does not discriminate along racial or ethnic lines, existing racial disparities and inequities in health outcomes and health care access may mean that the nation’s response to preventing and mitigating its harms will not be felt equally in every community,” the letter said….
It seems our “public health” authorities and our fabian fascists are in agreement that we have too many black people in the USA. I suppose our luciferian overlords would be just as pleased if the white population was also super deficient in vitamin D, and they have made inroads toward that goal via the pathologization of sunlight under the concocted terror of skin cancer http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2020/02/more-evidence-of-sunscreen-systemic-absorption/ , but much more needs to be done.