Killing Babies, the Elderly, and Now the Messenger


If a person isn’t “perfect” are they due for a lingering termination?  Gateway Pundit has a piece about a deaf student who asks a Dem official about his problem.  Isn’t it about freedom?

AJ Strata has an excellent commentary about life, heart attacks, the elderly, costs, and how Obamacare would “save” money.

The whole health care reform bill is loaded with racial politics.

There is a morality problem here. If I am reading the following correctly, then we are dealing with men and women who are absolutely God-less.  Ann Coulter had it right.  These people don’t give a rip about humanity.

“…Peter Singer, Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University: “Life as a whole has no meaning. Life began, as the best available theories tell us, in a chance combination of gasses; it then evolved through random mutation and natural selection. All this just happened; it did not happen to any overall purpose.””…Once upon a time in America the issue of “life” was about the death penalty for murderers. Then it was abortion. Next it was about stem cell research. Now, it’s about whether Michael J. Fox’s life has sufficient QALY points to justify letting him live….”

I think a recent Spectator piece says it all.  “Who will tll Michael J Fox he needs to die?”

“…Prior to Auschwitz and the other death camps, the Nazis established a policy of direct medical killing: that is, killing arranged within medical channels, by means of medical decisions, and carried out by doctors and their assistants. The Nazis called this program “euthanasia.” Since, for them, this term camouflaged mass murder, … The Nazis based their justification for direct medical killing on the simple concept of “life unworthy of life” (lebensunwertes Leben). While the Nazis did not originate this concept, they carried it to its ultimate biological, racial, and “therapeutic” extreme.

Of the five identifiable steps by which the Nazis carried out the principle of “life unworthy of life,” coercive sterilization was the first. There followed the killing of “impaired” children in hospitals; and then the killing of “impaired” adults, mostly collected from mental hospitals, in centers especially equipped with carbon monoxide gas. This project was extended (in the same killing centers) to “impaired” inmates of concentration and extermination camps and, finally, to mass killings, mostly of Jews, in the extermination camps themselves. …in relation to the Nazis’ overall biomedical vision and as a prelude to Auschwitz and the other death camps…”

Heath Care Reform, as embraced by Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Barack Obama and the Dems is a violation of the Constitution.

“…Totalitarian regimes approach matters of human worth in this way.  But this is America, and our Constitution says that, “No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process.”…”

The Obama Adminsitration is now attacking the CBO for “overstepping” it’s analysis of the whole health care mess.

Why must I make difficult choices and give things up so that some welfare queen can have better health care than I do?  Isn’t that what this is all about – taking those of us who can afford decent health care and don’t suck on the government titt down a peg?

This is about class warfare and making sure that everyone gets the same bad health care – unless you are Barack Obama and his little friends.  If you are a Democrat entrenched in the Federal system, you will get better health care.  If you are a retired Republican who has worked your whole life and has about a million in savings, you’re going to be screwed then killed.  It’s that simple.

It is class warfare gone Nazi.

“…It became basic sterilization doctrine and set the tone for the regime’s medicalized approach to “life unworthy of life.” Included among the “hereditarily sick” who were to be surgically sterilized were the categories of congenital feeblemindedness (now called mental deficiency), an estimated 200,000; schizophrenia, 80,000; manic depressive insanity, 20,000; epilepsy, 60,000; Huntington’s chorea (a hereditary brain disorder), 600; hereditary blindness, 4,000; hereditary deafness, 16,000; grave bodily malformation, 20,000; and hereditary alcoholism, 10,000. The projected total of 410,000 was considered only preliminary, drawn mostly from people already in institutions; it was assumed that much greater numbers of people would eventually be identified and sterilized….”

Sure, there’s a heck of a lot of waste an inefficiency.  We waste money when people don’t have the brains to go to a drug store and get a cold med, instead, they cost us thousands in any sundry ER.   Then they get an antibiotic they don’t need, and should not be taking, thus costing us more money.

From the Washington Post:

“…PRESIDENT OBAMA sometimes presents health-care reform as a pain-free proposition, as simple as choosing the red pill over the blue — one that’s no more effective but costs twice as much. Asked at his news conference whether “the American people are going to have to give anything up in order for this to happen,” Mr. Obama’s basic answer was no. “They’re going to have to give up paying for things that don’t make them healthier,” he said….As CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf testified in February, “Given the central role of medical technology in cost growth, reducing or slowing spending over the long term would probably require decreasing the pace of adopting new treatments and procedures or limiting the breadth of their application.”…”

“…One judge on a Hereditary Health Appeals Court raised the interesting, question of the “burden of unusual responsibility” placed on doctors required to perform operations that “serve no therapeutic purpose.” But Gerhard Wagner — then the leading Nazi medical authority and a zealous advocate of sterilization — denied any such moral conflict in doctors; and a Party newspaper ran a column with the significant heading “Life or Death,” which made the simple point that the life of the nation took precedence over “dogma and conflicts of conscience,” and also that opposition to the government’s program would be met with strong retaliation….”

This could never, happen, right?  John Griffing has a damning column in American Thinker.   He writes:

“...The bill puts the Secretary of Health in charge of life and death decisions coming out of these sessions.  Under the heading,  “QUALITY REPORTING INITIATIVE,” the bill says, “For purposes of reporting data on quality measures for covered professional services furnished during 2011 and any subsequent year, to the extent that measures are available, the Secretary shall include quality measures on end of life care and advanced care planning that have been adopted or endorsed by a consensus-based organization, if appropriate. Such measures shall measure both the creation of and adherence to orders for life-sustaining treatment.”…”

Sounds a little like this – doesn’t it?

“…Research efforts, mostly post-mortem studies, also became more systematic, as sometimes happened in adult “wild euthanasia.” Not only did the regime remain closely involved, but the greater part of the killing of children took place after the official ending of the “euthanasia” project. What did become more “wild” was the method of deciding which children should be killed. Now even the pretense of review boards of “expert opinion” was abandoned: any child considered in some way impaired, and sent through the administrative system to any of the “special pediatric units” of the original project, was still fair game. Beyond that, institutional doctors could proceed according to their own inclinations.

Adult “wild euthanasia” involved more radical changes for psychiatrists. No longer operators of gas chambers, they returned to the familiar terrain of syringes, oral medications, and dietary prescriptions for achieving the same end. From the regime’s medical bureaucracy came the continuing message that mental patients were “useless eaters,” burdens on the state and its war effort, “life unworthy of life.” Permission to kill was clear enough, even if a little indirect. As one psychiatrist later testified, “In conversation with other participants in the program I learned that there would be no fuss if some physician or other in an institution stood ready to kill a patient by injection or overdose, if he was convinced that the patient’s extinction was desirable.” And there was a partial merger of child and adult “euthanasia” programs as the age limit of the children’s program was raised to sixteen years: “to some extent this expansion was to offer a substitute for the cancelled program.”² There were, in fact, documented cases of patients of about that age who had managed to survive the official end of the adult “euthanasia” program only to be fatally reclassified as a child.”…”


4 thoughts on “Killing Babies, the Elderly, and Now the Messenger

  1. THe christains have already given up some of there religious beliefs the majority of them supported attacks on sara palin especially the fact she could not be a leader because instead of aborting the disabled child she chose to burden her family and society with that child, this was a well known fact and the churches supported the democratic beliefs, they also voted more than 60% for Oboma all churches and each group knew that he didnt belive in christ but he does believe in community centers that all religions could be formed into and do away with the moral beliefs there out dated system believes in most churches are on board, and even the christian church leaders know that the economy is more important than there beliefs, the christans will support the health care bill and abortions for all, they will also support end of life care and decisions to be in place, The remaining hold outs on beliefs will cross over before this 4 year term is up you will also see that the so called christians will support the democrats in 2010 elections the church is dead and will not come back it is a new order being put in place and the churck is a thing of the past an if pastors or other christian leaders wish to be in the new order they will deliver there people to the party and change we can believe in. Even the clintons found that end of life for the elderly would save social security just didnt have the power of the house and senate to get it done once we move forward with government controled news channels all will see things calm down and everyone will just do there normal daily things and not have all these other views that are not need and out dated the old USA is dead she was finished in nov. of 2008 the people decided it was time for new government and a new bill of rights time to do away with the old and move forward with a new america.

  2. The fact that the elderly are eating up social security and can have there lives extended under the current health care system is a bad thing, it must be changed and our congress has promised to put an end to this, it is the moral thing to do, they have already out lived their usfulness to society, it would be better however to get the clinton 10K death benifit plan for having your elderly in nursing homes put to rest, that would help stimulate spending, it is also a good thing to take away the right for families during emotion to make a decision to have a less than perfect child, This will also help with health care, as for the paralized agree with the DND they too are a burden on society if government programes are helping them, this too should be controled at government level and possibly end of life counseling to perswade them into doing the right thing, an help our economy by ending the usless life, congress especially the DNC knows eactly what needs to be done to save our old failed system the new system will help keep this from happening again people will get to the point where it is normal and ok no one will shed a tear, time to embrace the new changes.

  3. So you would put my 79 year old mother with a bad heart and my healthy 85 year old father into a nursing home, take away the right of my sister and I to care for them? Yep, that’s what I call evil.

    Is “usefullness to society” the new way to measure the worth of a human being with a viable soul?


  4. The moment for complete socializm in the former United States will take at least 5 years, and you can be sure that the democratic party leaders will get our bill through, dont need any help from any other parties, those parties have failed and dont have the support the money or any power left after our last elections the american people made sure change could and would happen. To answer your question as long as you are able to take care of your loved ones at home without using government health care and burdening the system that is fine the system will only cancel families and offer death benifit plans (in the future not now) to families who have there loved ones put to rest, as the cost and quality of life have expired. It is understandable that you have been taught from childhood that some kind of supreme being exist thus forming religious sectors, well in the new government there is no room for this belief system for generations now we have been removing exposure of the childern in public schools from this kind of teaching, they formed more toward a kind society that will employ community centers to replace chruches this will not happen over night but gradually, so dont be so concered about this, you already know most religions have embraced homosexuality, gay marriage, and people have vote democratic leaders into power to help ensure these beliefs are accepted in schools the military has also been put under control to not preach against these things, so how can the church attempt to stand against anything now, the members and leaders have already joined the movement. Government education of our new generations will ensure that our future socialized society will happen, now more than ever we are moving in the right direction, nothing or no organization can stand against the DNC if you check even at local levels they are actively loyal and deliver money as needed to fight against voices against the new government to be formed. Once the controls on the media and radio stations are put in place next year by 2011 you to will see that this is the best course for the former united states, hopefully before 2012 elections we will have been albe to change the election process with our new wave of community groups to help control the election process so that the other parties dont find a way to block progress.
    Please understand we do have compassion for the elderly and disabled, the old american system has failed. Can you not see the benifits of a society of health people were those who would have been over weight are no longer allowed to harm themselves, where when a child is born with a handy cap that would burden his or her family, would it not be better to end that before it becomes a problem, when our nursing homes are burdened with trillions in health care cost on caring for those who have little to no value to the american way of life and take away from the needs of the group of people who need the money to continue to be in control of society and governmental needs. the cost savings is too great and the solution can not be matched by anyone group there is no other solution that works so well, you will not find one republican or indipendant who can offer a plan that will save so much money so fast. The surviving companies in this have already joined us no one can stand against the DNC, dont waste time or efforts to resist the things you can not change, accept the things as they are and will be, in the future you will not be able to be involved in the decision making process this will relieve you from having to worry about such issue but as long as you hang on to the past you can not move forward. Please dont be angry I too used to believe it would be impossible to change the american way of life thought it was the best in the world but it failed the Democratic leaders have made it clear this type of system is of the past. Have a good day.

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