- Dear Jeff,
- So many of your visitors have written to me requesting
the sources for my report of hospital "mercy" killing masking
a cull of the elderly, I am sending some of my source material for an update
on your site. Routine killing of the elderly who do not have terminal illness
IS happening. Though the Pope has written an encyclical condemning this
practice, the pressure to protect corporate profits and government budgets
by eliminating "useless eaters" continue to increase.
- Isn't it interesting that some of the most evil acts
are commited by people convinced they are doing good?
- My best to you,
- author: PROBING THE CHEMTRAILS CONUNDRUM (revised June,
2000) CHEMTRAILS OVER AMERICA SCORCHED EARTH BRINGING THE WAR HOME
- -- From the Feb. 2000 Homilitec and Pastoral Review,
a publication for Catholic lay workers and priests:
- According to Mary Therese Helmueller,- a registered nurse
with 15 years of experience in emergency and critical care writing in the
Feb. 2000 issue the Catholic clergy magazine Homilitec and Pastoral Review:
ìOn Monday, February 20th, 1995, my grandmother was admitted to
a local Catholic hospital with a fracture above the left knee. She was
alert and orientated upon admission but became unresponsive after 48 hours
and was transferred to hospice on the fourth day and died upon arrival.î
- Helmueller returned from a pilgrimage in Mexico City
to find doctors unable to tell her the cause of her grandmotherís
death. When the RN obtained the hospital chart logging her grandmotherís
treatment, she says ìIt then became very clear that my grandmother
had been targeted for euthanasia!î
- Carefully tracing the events it was evident that my grandmother
became lethargic and unresponsive after each pain medication. She would
awaken between times saying, ìI donít want to die, I want
to live to see Johnny ordainedî: ìI want to see Greta walk.î
Johnny was her grandson studying in Rome to be a priest and Greta was
her new great-grandchild.
- This patient was over-sedated, common occurrence among
elderly patients whose livers can only tolerate a fraction of pain-killers
given younger patients. She became comatose from the medication, and was
diagnosed as having a stroke. Helmueller writes:
- When she became comatose, a completely hopeless picture
of recovery was portrayed by the nurses and doctors who reported that she
had a stroke, was having seizures, going in and out of a coma, and was
in renal failure.î
- The truth however can be found in the hospital chart
which indicates that everything was normal! The CAT scan was negative for
stroke or obstruction, the EEG states ìno seizure activityî
and all blood work was normal indicating that she was not in renal failure!
- Looking over the chart it is clear that obtaining a ìno
codeî status was the next essential step in executing her death.
This is an order denying medical intervention in emergency situations.
The ìno codeî was aggressively sought by the medical profession
from the moment of her admission but was not granted by my family until
it appeared that she was dying and there was no hope.
- Minutes after obtaining the ìno codeî a
lethal dose of Dilantin (an anti-seizure medication) was administered
intravenously over an 18-hour period. It put her into a deeper coma...The
following day she was transferred to hospice and died upon arrival. The
death certificate reads ìDeath by natural causes.î
- My grandmother had no terminal diagnosis but the hospice
admitting record indicates two doctors signed their name stating that
she was terminally ill and would die within six months. How was this determined?
The first doctor, who was the director of hospice, never came to evaluate
her or even read the chart. The second doctor was on vacation and returned
three days after her death!
- Difficult to believe? Well it was for our prolife lawyer
until his mother-in-law was admitted to a hospital several months later
for a stroke. She became ìunresponsiveî and ìcomatoseî
a few days after her admission. The neurologist wrote an order to transfer
her to hospice refusing an IV and tube feeding staring ìthis is
the most compassionate treatment.î
- Remembering my story, our lawyer requested the removal
of all narcotics and demanded an IV and tube feeding. This infuriated the
neurologist. He began to accuse the family of being uncompassionate and
inhumane. To prove his point he began a neurological assessment on the
patient. Just then she opened her eyes and pulling the physicianís
necktie, forced his face to hers and said very clearly ìGive me
- It was obvious that she was awake, alert and orientated.
He angrily canceled the transfer to hospice and ordered a tube feeding
and intravenous. Several weeks later she was discharged and was exercising
on the treadmill! She escaped the death sentence. Unfortunately many others
like my grandmother have not.
- Recently, Helmueller reports, ìan 80-year-old
was admitted to the emergency room and the physician said, ëletís
dehydrate herí.î Translation - ìLetís kill her.î
- When another 70 year old patient was sentenced to die
in hospice with no terminal diagnosis while pleading for his life, this
nurse decided that ìI can no longer remain silent.î
- Those who have lost friends or family members to a sudden
onslaught of upper respiratory, heart or gastrointestinal complications
following exposure to heavy chemtrail spraying will recognize the following
sentence - really a ìdeath sentenceî - from Helmueller: ìThe
elderly are frequently dying three days after being admitted to the hospital.î
- Medical personnel now attribute these deaths to ìold
age syndromeî. But aging has never killed anyone! Degenerative illnesses
are the real culprits. And these fatal conditions can strike at any age.
- According to Helmueller, other health professionals ìadmit
that overdosing is all too common. Euthanasia is not legal but it is being
- Last year the New England Journal of Medicine reported
that 1 in 5 critical care nurses admit to having hastened the death of
the terminally ill.
- After working with nurses who even admit to overdosing
their parents, --- believes the percentage is much higher. Dr. Dolan, of
the University of Minnesota, states as ìa conservative estimationî
that 40% of all reported deaths in the United States are the result of
- The ìculture of deathî has deeply infected
the medical establishment. ìMany doctors and nurses are speaking
about ending their own lives when they reach the age of 65 or before if
diagnosed with an illness,î Helmueller writes. ìSome even
admit to stealing the drugs for their own lethal injection. If they do
not value their own lives, how can they value yours?î
- Under the guise of ìcompassionî, hospital
killing today is commonly referred to as ìthe exit treatmentî.
With Medicare and Medicaid seen as ìrunning outî , Helmueller
reports that many doctors and nurses believe that death by injection, starvation
or dehydration is the best solution to patients ìwhose suffering
is seen as hopeless, inconvenient...and a financial burdenî on their
families and society.
- ìDeath by natural causesî is the official
declaration on the death certificates of the euthanized. ìDid you
know that this is the exact same proclamation on the death certificate
of St. Maximillian Kolbe?î asks Helmueller. ìEveryone knows
however that he died from a lethal injection in Auschwitz concentration
camp after many days of dehydration and starvation!î
- In his encyclical Evangelium Vitae, Pope John Paul II
warns: ìHere we are faced with one of the more alarming symptoms
of the ëCulture of Deathí which is advancing above all in prosperous
societies, marked by an attitude of excessive preoccupation with efficiency
and which sees the growing number of elderly and disabled as intolerable
and too burdensome.î
- The pope insisted that: ìas they approach death
people ought to be able to satisfy their moral and family duties, and above
all they ought to be able to prepare in a fully conscious way for their
meeting with God.î
- Helmueller denounces this ìgrave and moral injusticeî,
declaring that ìMany souls are being denied the opportunity to reconcile
with God and family members because their death has been hastened or deliberately
- The Carmelite Sisters relate the story of a friend whose
husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but not expected to die for
several months or a year. This man had been away from the Catholic Church
and the sacraments, and was estranged from his children. One day while
in hospital he complained to his wife of pain. When the doctor arrived
he gave an injection through the intravenous line. The husband took three
more breaths and died. The wife screamed, ìI did not ask you to
kill my husband! We needed time to reconcile our marriage and family. He
needed time to reconcile with God and the Church!î
- Helmueller also relates how ìa very holy priestî
from St. Paul was called to administer the last sacraments to a hospice
patient. The priest was stunned to find the ìdyingî patient
sitting up in a chair! He visited with the patient half an hour before
administering the last sacraments. Just before he left the room, the patient
jumped up in bed. A nurse immediately administered an injection. Perplexed
and concerned, the good priest called the hospital from the rectory. You
guessed it. The patient had already expired.
- Helmueller voices our outrage when she asks:
- How can it ever be morally acceptable to transfer patients
to a unit to die when they have no terminal illness? How can sedating
a patient and refusing a tube feeding and intravenous be considered compassionate?
Dehydration and starvation is not a painless death. Has [euthanasia] become
the Auschwitz of today? A convenient and economically efficient place
to dump the unwanted, imperfect, and burdensome of our society?
- WARNING: Affixing your signature to a ìliving
willî is signing your own death warrant. Originally developed by
Luis Kutner in 1967 for the Euthanasia Society of America, the ìliving
willî is the most cost-effective tool for hospitals, insurance companies,
and disbursers of Medicare and Medicaid. As Helmueller points out, ìIt
gives permission to facilitate your death by denying medical treatment.î
- Cynically and deceptively described as ìthe Patient
Self-determination Act,î since 1990, the ìliving willî
has been used to terminate patient care - and patients - across America.
- Helmueller warns that, written in broad and vague terms,
the ìliving willî is open to interpretation by medical professionals
and others ìwho stand to benefit from your demise. Remember, your
best interests may not be theirs!î
- In fact, a profession supposedly dedicated to saving
lives and ìdoing no harm,î your life may be less desirable
than your death. As Helmueller pointedly asks: ìIf cutting care
for those patients who ask for it wasnít so successful in saving
money and controlling the budget, why then did it originate in the Senate
Finance Committee? And why was it supported by the House Ways and Means
Subcommittee on Health? These are finance committees whose only interest
is controlling the budget! It is obvious that the living will is all about
saving money, not your life!î
- Recently, a 70-year-old was admitted through the emergency
room in respiratory distress. He was placed on a ventilator and transported
to the intensive care unit. He was awake, alert and orientated anxiously
writing notes: ìI donít want to dieî: ìI changed
my mindî: and ìPlease donít take me off the machine.î
He was very persistent and urgent with his pleading.
- I soon understood why! His family and physicians were
meeting to discuss a serious problem. He had signed a ìliving willî
declaring that he did not want ìany extraordinary measures.î
- He was now viewed as ìincapableî of making
any decisions and they wanted to follow his wishes as stated in the legal
document! Very convenient for those who do not want their inheritance spent
on hospital costs and for those who do not want to be bothered with a ìuseless
burdenî to our society!
- Today hospitals and health care facilities are required
to ask patients if they have a living will, or lose government funding!
The question is proposed in such a way to create pressure on patients so
that they think it is something good, desirable and necessary. ìDo
you know that you have a right in the state of Minnesota to possess a living
- Please remember that the living will targets you for
euthanasia by denying you medical treatment.
- ----------- From THE AGE-- Melborne, Australia
- Surgeons admit hurrying death By BRETT FOLEY Saturday
13 May 2000
- Hundreds of Australian surgeons have given excessive
medication to patients to hasten their deaths, a national survey has revealed.
More than one-third of the surgeons who responded to the survey said they
had at some time administered more medication than was required to treat
a patient's symptoms - with the intention of hastening death.
- More than half of those also admitted they had done so
without an explicit request from the patient.
- The national survey of almost 1000 general surgeons also
found almost half of respondents supported legislation on active voluntary
euthanasia and were in favor of doctor-assisted suicide.
- The survey on their attitudes to euthanasia was presented
to the Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australasian College of
Surgeons in Melbourne yesterday.
- About 69 percent of surgeons responded anonymously about
their views on euthanasia after the Northern Territory's rights of the
terminally ill legislation that was overturned by a conscience vote in
- The survey asked if doctors had intentionally assisted
death, either with or without an explicit request. When asked if they had
ever given drugs in doses greater than those to required to relieve symptoms
with the intention of hastening death, 36 percent said yes.
- Of those more than half said they had done so without
an explicit request from the patient.
- Under common law doctors can lawfully increase sedation
of a terminally ill patient with the intention of relieving pain and suffering,
even if that action hastens the patient's death. But if the doctor has
the intention of the hastening the death of patients, even if they are
close to death and have made the request, it's a crime.
- The researcher, Dr Charles Douglas, from the Mater Hospital
in Newcastle, said almost all respondents indicated it was sometimes morally
acceptable to give sedatives in large doses to hasten death. In many cases,
if an explicit request was absent, it was because the patient could not
make the request.
- "The administration of analgesic or sedative infusion
with the intention of hastening death appears to be more common, often
occurs without request and we speculate that this occurs in (moribund)
patients who are very close to death," he said.
- Dr Douglas said it was very difficult to distinguish
intentional actions from normal palliative care unless the doctors reported
- "Clearly the use of analgesic or sedative infusions
represents a grey zone between palliative care and euthanasia," he
said. "There is no consensus among Australian general surgeons about
the wisdom of legalising active voluntary euthanasia or assisted suicide."
- Euthanasia campaigner Dr Phillip Nitschke said the results
were encouraging but displayed the difficult position doctors were in because
of inadequate legislation. Dr Nitschke said the findings confirmed a process
of "de facto euthanasia" was being carried out by many surgeons.
"It quantifies what many people know, that there are doctors out there
who are maintaining the facade of providing palliative care, when many
of them know the consequences of their treatments with these drugs,"
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