This is really a rather brilliant essay. I don't recommend dipping your toes; either dedicate a solid half an hour at minimum, or savour it later. The 95 citations (citing about 60 unique sources) are in and of themselves a treasure trove, a more than adequate "best of" Eugenics, and a proof of its prevalence.
If ever there were an essay that Frosty Woolridge needed to read, this would be it. I could really go on and on about this essay, as I was just so impressed with the particular selection of quotations and references as well as the flow of themes. Sure, I would argue along slightly different lines toward slightly different ends on a few points. For instance, if we lose this battle against the elites, I would argue their reign will lack durability and self-destruct in at most 50-100 years, whereas the essayist argues that this is potentially more of a monumental crossroads. But who knows. Brothers and sisters, I hope a few of you take the time to luuuuuuv this.