If it obvious (and on the delusional can deny that it is) that there remain elements of the modern society which will never embrace lawful employment, which are carriers of detrimental genetic traits which modern medicine cannot cure them of, which embrace criminality as an ideology with near-religious zeal, or which otherwise have made clear they have no intention of elevating themselves to the level of civilized Man and integrating into the progressive, peaceable, productive, and just society, we must then address a most pressing question: how can we encourage such elements to limit their own scope and number? Some of these elements have shown such an inclination in their willingness to abort their offspring in lieu of facing the daunting task of rearing and supporting a child. However, humanitarian attempts aimed at aiding the child and preventing its illness and starvation out of compassion have been shown to have the ill-effect of acting to encourage reproduction in those members of these elements which are inclined to make use of their reproductive organs as a the miner makes use of his pick- to abuse such humanitarian assistance in order further evade self-sustainability. Clearly, the scope of such assistance must be reduced and its reception tied to participation in such programs which will serve to either reform these elements or to encourage them to reduce their numbers with each successive generation through the self-limitation of their reproduction and multiplication. Of course, it is a matter of moral imperative that these necessities be balanced with our moral compulsion to see that those offspring which are born to this element do not needlessly suffer (for instance, through hunger) (something we are only partially able to achieve due to a number of factors). How, then, can we construct such policies and programs of assistance, reward, and education to achieve these ends; to reduce the suffering of the poor (most especially of their children), to achieve the self-limitation of the criminal and other detrimental social elements, and to better usher in a more peaceable, prosperous, and egalitarian future for ourselves and for future generations?