Another unnoticed action was the lack of toilet training. This was to keep a child dependent and unable to develop the control of self so necessary in a successful adult.
Paper diapers ended the impetus to waste time toilet training, so the child would wear diapers to kindergarten and be kept at an infantile behaviour level.
Unlike their parents, who were able to walk to school by themselves at the age of five, and were expected to know how to behave in public and exercise rudimentary judgement, their children and more significantly, their grandchildren, were kept helpless, making them easy to control.
Along with this came junk food, lots of sodas, creating the slow, obese child.
The point was to get rid of an intelligent and capable population, which, unlike their parents, could not question, defy or believe in themselves.