Another day in the hood

Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by Silkcity19, May 24, 2011.

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    I'd like a policy where we pay ghetto adults cash to be sterilized.
     
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    It would have to be handled through private charities to avoid certain legal restraints, if you want the freedom to place centre locations in strategic areas and be able to decide whom to offer monetary rewards to for undergoing the procedures.

    Whoever's bankrolling it will need to enjoy a certain level of anonymity, as otherwise they're sure to face a rather nasty propaganda campaign from the ACLU, NAACP, and others.

    Of course, to be maximally effective, the program would have to target the Lower Tenth of all races; we cannot afford for it to be hijacked by racist elements as was seen in the past. It would likely be best run, rather than as a number of clinics, as private charity which pays for the operations and provides monetary compensation for time, travel, and recovery. It would likely take a significant amount of compensation to attract those we'd be interested in attracting. We'd need some research done to determine the levels.

    Given certain facts about human reproduction and the more invasive nature of the operation, it would only make sense that females receive greater compensation 'due to the more invasive nature of the operation and the longer expected time to full recovery'.

    The issues to be addressed are:
    -Financing, including financier anonymity
    -Establishing clinics and counseling centers or enticing other organizations to refer desired individuals to the program
    -ensuring referrals to PP or other clinics for the procedure result in speedy care, to avoid frustration and ensure maximum patient satisfaction
    -Determining the minimal levels of compensation necessary to be attractive to the desired demographic groups (while trying to avoid such a level of compensation as would draw large numbers of undesirable applicants to be sorted through)
     

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