Several deadly genetic diseases, such as Tay Sachs and cystic fibrosis, can be traced to a single recessive gene. If everyone with such genes were forcibly sterilized, those diseases could become extinct in a generation.
You're proposing sterilizing the carriers?
Not people with an actual genetic disease, but just those carrying undesirable recessive genes?
Do you have ANY idea how common such recessives are within the population?
Just targeting Tay Sachs carriers would mean forcibly sterilizing 1 in every 27 Ashkenazi Jews, 1 in every 27 French Canadians and Cajuns and possibly 1 in 50 of everyone of Irish descent.
For Cystic Fibrosis that's sterilizing 1 in every 25 Europeans and 1 in every 30 North Americans of European ancestry (do keep in mind that's everyone with a European ancestor at risk, not just "white people". Meaning black folks like the current PotUS could easily fall under that).
You are talking about tens of millions of people. For just those two diseases. Add in all the rest? Who will be left to reproduce? Bad recessive are common
in the genome, most people in fact carry at least one. At the very least you are talking about forcibly sterilizing the majority
of the human race. How the fuck do you expect to get their cooperation in this?
Not to mention the last
time this was tried, back in the early 20th Century, the effect ranged from the relatively minor (though no less tragic to those involved) "problem" of sterilizing people who either did not carry/suffer from a particular disease, or whose problem was not genetic at all, thereby eliminating people with healthy
genes from the gene pool, up to the wholesale slaughter of over ten million people
the Nazis deemed undesirable (just a reminder: it wasn't just Jews they butchered).
In other words, are you fucking insane? Or just ignorant that that sort of thing has been tried before with hideous results?
Bad idea. Very bad idea. Forget the theoretical ethics, past experience shows this would end extremely badly.