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Most Conservatives knew that the panel in Obamacare was opening a door to legal murder of seniors.  Ridiculed, demeaned, and called fear mongers, those that saw through the panel’s disguise, blew the whistle, but what did they get for their trouble?.   It has never taken a prophet, or fortune teller, to know that once a doorway to misdeeds is opened, even a tiny crack, it won’t be long before that door is flung wide opened to Beelzebub, the crony guru to Progressive Liberals.

The killing off of a particular segment of a society is called genocide.  Genocide is defined as, “the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group.”  Genocide, used to “improve” life for ‘survivors,’ is the lead in to eugenics, the practice of gene engineering for the betterment of the whole society.  Under the rule of Progressive Liberalism, the government we now have, will ultimately place superfluous and dispensable human beings on the endangered species list.

The President has surrounded himself with like-thinking people–those that believe what he believes–those who are willing to do whatever it takes to install the “vision”–those who use the Alinsky approach to fundamentally change America, which is “The end justifies the means.”  If you’re not familiar with this phrase, it specifies that the actual goal is more important than the way in which the goal is attained.  In other words, if the goal is to stop the spread of a pandemic, and the way in which to stop it is to round up and slaughter all of the carriers, then slaughtering all carriers is the means, and the slaughters are justified by the end results, stopping the spread of a pandemic!  In theory, and if we were dealing with a plant disease, the end could justify the means, but when dealing with human life, it is what it is–pure evil!

One like-minded individual, for example, is “John Holdren, the Science Czar of the United States, (who) has long expressed an intense admiration — one that bordered on hero-worship — of a man named Harrison Brown, a respected scientist from an earlier generation who spent his later years writing about overpopulation and ecological destruction. In fact, as Holdren has pointed out several times (including very recently), it was Harrison Brown’s most famous book, The Challenge of Man’s Future, which transformed the young Holdren’s personal philosophy and which inspired him to later embark on a career in science and population policy which in many ways mirrored that of his idol, Brown.

Holdren’s regard for Brown was so high that in 1986 he edited and co-wrote an homage to Brown entitled Earth and the Human Future: Essays in Honor of Harrison Brown, in which Holdren showers Brown with accolades and unrestrained applause.  ‘Like the famous progressives Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood) and Adolf Hitler (murderer of 6 million Jews), Brown was a big proponent of eugenics. He called for “sterilizing the feeble-minded” and others regarded by the State as “unfit,” so that undesirables could be “pruned from society.” Brown’s totalitarian worldview is the basis of Holdren’s.”


Holdren was “transformed” by Brown, and Brown’s book was a “tour de force. . . .”   Furthermore, Holdren, said, “Thirty years after Harrison Brown elaborated these positions, it remains difficult to improve on them as a coherent depiction of the perils and challenges we face.  “. . . more remarkable was (and is) the combination of logic, thoroughness, clarity, and force with which (Brown) marshalled data and argumentation on every element of the problem and on their interconnections. “

In Harrison Brown’s The Challenge of Man’s Future, he said:

“The feeble-minded, the morons, the dull and backward, and the lower-than-average persons in our society are out-breeding the superior ones at the present time. … Is there anything that can be done to prevent the long-range degeneration of human stock? Unfortunately, at the present time there is little, other than to prevent breeding in persons who present glaring deficiencies clearly dangerous to society and which are known to be of a hereditary nature. Thus we could sterilize or in other ways discourage the mating of the feeble-minded. We could go further and systematically attempt to prune from society, by prohibiting them from breeding, persons suffering from serious inheritable forms of physical defects, such as congenital deafness, dumbness, blindness, or absence of limbs. … A broad eugenics program would have to be formulated which would aid in the establishment of policies that would encourage able and healthy persons to have several offspring and discourage the unfit from breeding at excessive rates.”  Source (

If we pursue the goals of John Holdren, Harrison Brown, and Barack Obama–make no mistake, one of our President’s goals in to institute eugenics at its finest!  (There is more to know about John Holdren.  He opposes the free market, supports placing sterilants in our drinking water, and he believes that babies are not actual human beings until they are socialized–whatever that means.

Below includes a reblog of an article I posted 10-4-12, and deserves repeating!  It’s about today’s attempts to weed out superfluous and dispensable populations.  Some human beings are soon to be on the endangered species list!

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Obama adviser admits: ‘We need death panels’

Makes shocking admission about Obamacare, advocates rationing for elderly

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A top Democrat strategist and donor who served as President Obama’s lead auto-industry adviser recently conceded that the rationing of heath services under Obamacare is “inevitable.”

Steven Rattner advocated that such rationing should target elderly patients, while stating, “We need death panels.”

Rattner serves on the board the New America Foundation, or NAF, a George Soros-funded think tank that was instrumental in supporting Obamacare in 2010. Soros’ son, financier Jonathan Soros, is also a member of the foundation’s board.

Rattner was the so-called “car czar,” the lead auto adviser to the Treasury Department under Obama.

Last month, Rattner penned an opinion piece in the New York Times titled “Beyond Obamacare” in which he proclaimed “We need death panels” and argued rationing must be instructed to sustain Obama’s health-care plan. His comments have been virtually ignored by traditional media as the president campaign’s for a second term.

“We need death panels,” began Rattner. “Well, maybe not death panels, exactly, but unless we start allocating health-care resources more prudently – rationing, by its proper name – the exploding cost of Medicare will swamp the federal budget.”

Read all about the idea of “Medical Murder” and find out what Barack Obama would do in a second term, in “Fool Me Twice.”

Continued Rattner: “But in the pantheon of toxic issues – the famous ‘third rail’ of American politics – none stands taller than overtly acknowledging that elderly Americans are not entitled to every conceivable medical procedure or pharmaceutical.”

Rattner lamented how Obama’s Affordable Care Act “regrettably includes severe restrictions on any reduction in Medicare services or increase in fees to beneficiaries.”

Rattner said the numbers don’t add up unless Obamacare utilizes rationing.

“If his Independent Payment Advisory Board comes up with savings, Congress must accept either them or vote for an equivalent package,” stated Rattner. “The problem is, the advisory board can’t propose reducing benefits (a k a rationing) or raising fees (another form of rationing), without which the spending target looms impossibly large.”

Rattner singled out elderly patients for benefit cuts.

He wrote: “No one wants to lose an aging parent. And with price out of the equation, it’s natural for patients and their families to try every treatment, regardless of expense or efficacy. But that imposes an enormous societal cost that few other nations have been willing to bear. Many countries whose health care systems are regularly extolled – including Canada, Australia and New Zealand – have systems for rationing care.”

He concluded, “At the least, the Independent Payment Advisory Board should be allowed to offer changes in services and costs.”

“We may shrink from such stomach-wrenching choices, but they are inescapable.”

Rattner serves on the NAF’s 22-person board of directors alongside Jonathan Soros, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and Google’s Eric Schmidt.

Soros’ Open Society Foundation is a primary donor to the NAF.

Other major donors include the Ben & Jerry’s Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Ford Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Google Inc. and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Another donor is Free Press, a group that advocates for more government control of the airwaves and Internet.

Free Press is also funded by Soros. Free Press was founded by Robert W. McChesney, an avowed Marxist who has recommended capitalism be dismantled “brick by brick.”

The NAF, meanwhile, bills itself as bipartisan and “the radical center.”

NAF fellow Michael Lind wrote, “Our goal [is] not to repeal the New Deal [of Franklin Roosevelt] but to adapt it to the circumstances of the 21st century.”

Discover The Networks notes how the NAF approved of Obamacare because it would “offer a new image” of how Americans view dying; and it would help “patients and their families to recognize” that, “[S]ometimes ‘doing everything’ results in more burden than benefit. High-tech medicine can prolong life, but for some patients, it merely draws out the process of dying.”

With research by Brenda J. Elliott.


Obama Backs ‘Death Panels’ at Debate

Official portrait of the Director of the Offic...

Official portrait of the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy. He looks harmless enough-NOT! (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

During Wednesday evening’s presidential debate, President Barack Obama repeated his support for the controversial Medicare Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) — often dubbed by conservatives as Obamacare’s “death panels” — in a back-and-forth with GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

“It — when Gov. Romney talks about this board, for example, unelected board that we’ve created, what this is, is a group of health care experts, doctors, et cetera, to figure out, how can we reduce the cost of care in the system overall?” Obama said.

“Now, so what this board does is basically identifies best practices and says, let’s use the purchasing power of Medicare and Medicaid to help to institutionalize all these good things that we do,” Obama added.

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