Wednesday, September 24, 2008

And you try to tell me that you see NO similarities in what is happening today???

So you say you want to nationalize health care... and you have NO idea of the discrimination already in place for DENTAL CARE with what we currently have (T19) where one can not FIND a dentist to care for you, much less get Current Standard of Care...

So you say that those nations with nationalized health care are WAY beyond us here, and we need to learn from them?

Ok. Let's....

We'll start with Premature Infants....

Britain's Foremost Eugenics Apologist Seeks Minimum Age for Premature Babies to Receive Care

Under 24 weeks, only those showing strong chance of survival to be "kept going"

LONDON, June 10, 2005 ( - This week, Britain's foremost promoter of eugenic "Bioethics," Baroness Helen Mary Warnock, said that Britain should follow the Dutch euthanasia model in setting an age limit below which babies would not routinely be resuscitated.

Warnock's suggestion is that the first presumption should be not to keep the baby alive if at all possible, but to examine a case before hand with the presumption that only those infants who show a strong chance of living to be 'healthy' should be allowed to survive. She said, "Some doctors and nurses get competitive about the triumph of keeping these tiny, premature, babies alive," she said. "It would be better to set a minimum age than to have no form of scrutiny or regulation. Below a certain age of gestation no baby should be kept going without very thorough scrutiny of what the prognosis for that baby is." 

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Next, let's talk about the elderly with dementia....

Baroness Warnock: Elderly with Dementia have a "Duty to Die"

Called "a regression to the brutal ancient world, when enforced suicide as a punishment was commonplace"

By Hilary White

LONDON, September 19, 2008 ( - In an interview, Baroness Mary Helen Warnock has said that people suffering dementia have a duty to commit suicide.

Baroness Warnock, called the "philosopher queen", is regarded as Britain's leading moral philosopher. She said that she hopes people will soon be "licensed to put others down" who have become a burden on the health care system.

She told the Church of Scotland's Life and Work magazine, "If you're demented, you're wasting people's lives - your family's lives - and you're wasting the resources of the National Health Service."

In another article for a Norwegian periodical, titled "A Duty to Die?" she suggests, "There's nothing wrong with feeling you ought to do so [commit suicide] for the sake of others as well as yourself."

"In other contexts, sacrificing oneself for one's family would be considered good. I don't see what is so horrible about the motive of not wanting to be an increasing nuisance."

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Think this is new? She said it already way back in Dec 2004! Only NOW she is saying it is clearly too expensive for them to live.
Oh, wait... she did say it way back then...

UK's "Philosopher Queen," Warnock Says Elderly and Ill have Obligation to Suicide

"I am not ashamed to say some lives are more worth living than others."

LONDON, December 14, 2004 ( ) - Anti-euthanasia activists have frequently warned that one danger of legalizing the practice would be to create a social atmosphere in which the elderly and ill would feel obliged to commit suicide. Advocates on the other side have usually dismissed such warnings as a scare tactic. Now, however, a leading proponent of euthanasia and other anti-life policies in the UK, has come right out and said it.

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OH... and then there is the little matter of the disabled? Oh, heck... they have that covered as well! From Feb 2004.....

Terminally Ill UK Man Fights for Right to Not be Killed by Withdrawal of Food and Water

LONDON, UK, February 26, 2004 ( - A British man is fighting the UK's General Medical Council for the "right to life". Leslie Burke, 44, suffers from a terminal degenerative brain condition called cerebellar ataxia. In the UK, doctors are allowed to euthanise the terminally ill by refusing them food and water.

The suit is considered a 'test case' for the terminally ill. Burke's barrister, Richard Gordon, QC, said that the case is an important one because "Patients like Mr. Burke may die when they don't want to die. They may die because of the withdrawal of artificial nourishment and hydration by clinicians who think it is in their best interests," he explained. A physician's decision to end a patient's life supersedes even the wishes of family members such as spouses, children, or even parents.

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There was a time once before when 'non-productive' or 'useless' eaters were 'taken care of' ....

And it all began with a court order...and law changes, and a lot of propaganda...

Current Medical Euthanasia and Eugenic Abortion Practices Echo Nazi Past

Planned Parenthood foundress Margaret Sanger worked with the Nazi's in early 1930s

BERLIN, October 2, 2003 ( - Recent research into the Nazi euthanasia programme has shown that as many as 200,000 institutionalized patients were killed beginning in 1939 before the instigation of the Jewish Holocaust.

Germany's Federal Archive released a report Tuesday revealing new evidence that doctors and other hospital staff used gas, drugs or starvation to kill the disabled patients as part of Hitler's programme of racial purification.

German Culture Minister Christina Weiss told reporters at a press conference that the purpose of cataloguing the names of those killed was to restore some dignity to the victims," "We know that these crimes were meant to be kept secret," Ms. Weiss said. "The relatives of the victims received fake letters of condolence. The doctors in charge worked under false names." Even in internal documents, the Nazis cynically referred to the deaths as mercy killings, said a researcher at the federal archive.

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, said that the report was "an extraordinarily important body of information." The Jewish community has brought the horrors of the anti-Jewish policies of the Nazis into the public eye since the end of the war and their work has helped bring anti-semitism to the world's attention. However, the fact that the Nazi extermination programme began with the elderly, the sick, the mentally ill, has been well documented for decades. Rabbi Cooper said that the killing of the disabled was a kind of training ground for the Nazi regime to "fine-tune" its "technology of death".

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And you try to tell me that you see NO similarities in what is happening today???

Lord, Have Mercy!
Christ, Have Mercy!
Lord, Have Mercy!

God bless!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well I'm caring for my Mom 24/7 - well I can leave her alittle here and there .... she has dementia/afazia (little strokes)! It is appalling how people speak of others deaths! Lord have mercy ... I echo!

Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 2:21:00 AM CDT  
Blogger WICatholic said...

Yes, it is! So many people just do not realize that we are made in the Image and Likeness of God, and that He is the ultimate decision maker.

God bless, Bevy!

Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 3:51:00 AM CDT  

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