Kidnapping of children by Nazi Germany. 2015 : It sounds like Nazi Germany: families afraid of a loud knock on their door in the early morning, police bursting in, and taking away their children. But it's not Nazi Germany. It's today's Germany.


Kidnapping of non-Germanic European children by Nazi Germany (Polish: Rabunek dzieci), part of the Generalplan Ost (GPO), involved taking children regarded as "Aryan-looking" from the rest of Europe and moving them to Nazi Germany for the purpose of Germanization, or indoctrination into becoming culturally German.
At more than 200,000 victims, occupied Poland had the largest proportion of children taken.[1][2] An estimated 400,000 children were abducted throughout Europe.[3]
The aim of the project was to acquire and "Germanize" children with purportedly Aryan-Nordic traits, who were considered by Nazi officials to be descendants of German settlers that had emigrated to Poland. Those labeled "racially valuable" were forcibly Germanized in centers and then sent to German families and SS Home Schools.[4] In the case of older children used as forced labor in Germany those determined to be racially un-"German" were sent to extermination camps and concentration camps, where they were either to be murdered or forced to serve as living test subjects in German medical experiments and thus often tortured or killed in the process.[5]



Wrecking Normal Families
The Jugendamt, which dominates Germany's controversial family court system, takes children when it wants, from perfectly normal families. The Jugendamt's well-documented treatment of families, especially homeschoolers, has now become an international issue.  http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2010/march/child-welfare-agency-echoes-nazi-germany/

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