Wednesday, August 19, 2009
It’s too bad the woman in the video below confronting Barney Frank over Obamacare didn’t come with facts instead of slinging the word “Nazi” around. The corporate media loves it when people compare Obama to Hitler and accuse the administration of Nazism. It makes it easier to dismiss the opposition as mental patients.
Lately the corporate media have spent a lot of time and energy roasting former VP candidate Sarah Palin for her comments on Obama’s proposed death panels. Palin didn’t provide a lot of detail in her Facebook entry on the subject and this provided plenty of opportunity for Democrats. The Democratic Congressional Committee exploited the controversy to raise money and Keith Olbermann called the former Alaska governor a “clear and present danger to the safety and security of this nation.”
Republicans beat a hasty retreat. Sen. Johnny Isakson, a Republican from Georgia, called Palin’s comments “nuts” and Rep. Jack Kingston, also from Georgia, went on Bill Maher’s HBO show and said the comment about death panels is a scare tactic.
Republicans may run away from Palin’s comment and Democrats may use it to raise money and portray opponents as rightwing nut cases, but there is something to the death panel comment. In fact, as Joseph Ashby pointed out on the American Thinker website on August 15, the idea predates Obama’s health care bill and is basically a done deal.
“H.R. 1 (more commonly known as the Recovery and Reinvestment Act, even more commonly known as the Stimulus Bill and aptly dubbed the Porkulus Bill) contains a whopping $1.1 billion to fund the Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Effectiveness Research. The Council is the brain child of former Health and Human Services Secretary Nominee Tom Daschle,” writes Ashby.
You won’t hear the foul-mouth Maher or the Democrat attack dog Olbermann mention the Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Effectiveness Research. Its purpose is to empower an unelected bureaucracy to make decisions about health care rationing that elected politicians are politically unable to make, according to Ashby. Daschle argues that Americans ought to be more like Europeans who passively accept “hopeless diagnoses.”
Betsy McCaughey, former Lieutenant governor of New York, has something to say about this council.
“Daschle says health-care reform ‘will not be pain free.’ Seniors should be more accepting of the conditions that come with age instead of treating them,” she writes.
Daschle prescribed his draconian measures in a 2008 book entitled “Critical: What We Can Do About the Health-Care Crisis.” Daschle, who was passed over to head the Health and Human Services Department and suffers from a trait common to minions of the global and corporate elite — he “failed” to pay $128,000 in taxes — said doctors have to give up autonomy and “learn to operate less like solo practitioners,” that is to say they should become government bureaucrats.
The Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Effectiveness Research is dominated by “Doctor Death,” Ezekiel Emanuel. “Dr. Emanuel’s views on care of the elderly should frighten anyone who is or ever plans on being old,” writes Ashby.
Emanuel is Obama’s chief adviser on healthcare and brother of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. He is a trained oncologist and a “bioethicist,” that is to say a eugenicist. He is also a communitarian (newspeak for communism) and a fellow at the nonprofit bioethics research institute, The Hastings Center, a Rockefeller operation. Theodore Dobzhansky, the founding director of the Hastings Center, was chairman of the American Eugenics Society. Daniel Callahan, founder of the organization, was a director of the Eugenics Society.
Eugenics is the template for Obamacare, never mind what Maher and Olbermann say about those kooky conservatives. Peter Orszag, currently the White House Budget Director, sent his deputy Philip Ellis to Hastings last May to assure the Center that “comparative effectiveness” would be the criterion for an Obama Administration’s attack on respect for human life.
“Comparative effectiveness” indeed means grandma will get a ticket to ride to Valhalla if the communitarian eugenicist Emanuel and his fellows have their way.
Obama’s Regulatory Czar Cass Sunstein, writes Ashby, will figure prominently in the Obamacare scheme. “How does Sunstein approach end of life care? In 2003 he wrote a paper for the AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies arguing that human life varies in value. Specifically he champions statistical methods that give preference to what the government rates as ‘quality-adjusted life years.’ Meaning, the government decides whether a person’s life is worth living. If the government decides the life is not worth living, it is the individual’s duty to die to free up welfare payments for the young and productive.”
It’s too bad the woman confronting Frank didn’t quote Obama himself, who suggested a woman with heart disease “should take a painkiller” instead of getting a pacemaker. During the same health care infomercial, Obama said “end-of-life care is one of the most difficult sets of decisions that we’re going to have to make,” in other words decisions the Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Effectiveness Research — stacked with eugenicists tutored by the Rockefellers — will make.
The opposition to Obamacare should get an education on what the government has in mind for the elderly and disabled — eugenics, plain and simple. No smart aleck retorts by the “progressive” Bill Maher or MSNBC’s prized liberal attack dog Keith Olbermann will disguise this fact.
So-called liberals like to pretend Obama is one of them when in fact he is a front man for a ruling elite determined to realize their Malthusian goal of ultimately eliminating the poor and those they deem racially and intellectually inferior. It was David Rockefeller’s father who exported eugenics to Germany from its origins in Britain by bankrolling the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, an effort that ultimately resulted in the scientific extermination of millions of people in Europe.
“In the 1950s, the Rockefellers reorganized the U.S. eugenics movement in their own family offices, with spinoff population-control and abortion groups. The Eugenics Society changed its name to the Society for the Study of Social Biology, its current name,” notes Dr. Len Horowitz. “With support from the Rockefellers, the Eugenics Society (England) set up a sub-committee called the International Planned Parenthood Federation, which for 12 years had no other address than the Eugenics Society.”
It is no mistake the folks calling the shots on Obamacare are connected to the American Eugenics Society. It’s all part of the plan to cull the useless eaters and realize the goal stamped on the Georgia Guidestones — reduce world population to 500 million.
One wonders if Barney Frank, presented with the facts, would dismiss the argument and claim he is talking to a dining room table.
This article was posted: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at 9:27 am