- (LPAC)-What would you think about a scholarly article
entitled: "What Are the Potential Cost Savings from Legalizing Physician-Assisted
Suicide?" If you knew no more than the title, you might wonder if
it was written by the grandaddy of British utilitarianism, Jeremy Bentham;
or perhaps by LSD-pervert Aldous Huxley; or by Nazi doctor Karl Brandt.
- Good guesses... but wrong.
- This is the title of a 1998 paper co-authored by Ezekiel
Emanuel, a leading adviser to Budget Director Peter Orszag and a member
of President Obama's elite 15-person Federal Coordinating Council on Comparative
Effectiveness Research. The Council is charged by the Obama administration
with preparing the list of which medical procedures will henceforth be
permitted, and which not, with an eye to cutting $2 trillion from health
care payments-to be handed over to the bankrupt hedge funds and banks which
run the HMOs.
- Brandt, Goerring, and Hitler himself have nothing on
these modern Nazis. Ezekiel Emanuel's co-author of the mentioned paper,
Margaret Battin-like Emanuel, a bio-ethicist-has written other papers with
sick titles like "The Least Worst Death: Selective Refusal of Treatment";
"Terminal Sedation: Pulling the Sheet Over Our Eyes"; and "Assisted
Suicide: Can We Learn From Germany?" Is this any different than Hitler's
doctor Karl Brandt's defense of euthanasia at Nuremberg: "Death can
mean deliverance. Death is life-just as much as birth. It was never meant
to be murder."
- And don't forget that, among the means identified at
Nuremberg as causing the "murder and ill-treatment of Civilian Populations"
was the "inadequate provision of surgical and medical services"
- exactly the policies being imposed on the U.S. today by Summers, Geithner,
Orszag, and their British masters.
- As Lyndon LaRouche stated unequivocally yesterday: "The
Hitler program has been revived by the Obama administration."
- "This is straight Nazi stuff," LaRouche elaborated.
"It's not a quibble; it's not an interpretation. This is a direct
copy of the philosophy of the Nazis. You cannot duck that issue. This is
Nazi stuff. And it's explicit. We know all this stuff from Hermann Goering
and so forth in the 1920s, and after that with their international connections,
like certain Wall Street firms. We have been warned, and we act accordingly.
People who condone this are criminals, because they either knew, or should
have known, what they are doing. They either knew, or should have known."
- LaRouche continued: "Please be careful: don't accept
an invitation to sleep at the White House! It might be a longer sleep than
you expected.... Every time the question comes up, we should say: 'This
is the tradition of the Fuehrer's program being maintained. You should
be grateful to your insightful President, who has helped to bring this
forward. And he's going to relieve some of the strains of the world by
eliminating excess population.' We keep wondering where we heard that before!"
- LaRouche emphasized that the entire HMO system has to
be immediately eliminated. "Repeal the HMO's, period. Because only
if you repeal it, do you open the gates for the easy route to the necessary
reforms. After you get the HMO's repealed, after that, then you go with
the other programs for rebuilding health care in the U.S., but not before."
- "Don't accept any discussion or dialogue on Social
Security and such issues," LaRouche advised. "First we have to
reduce the costly mismanagement of health care by these insurance companies,
by eliminating the HMOs. This will eliminate the biggest factor of waste
in the health care system.
- "The HMOs just took over and replaced Hill-Burton.
There's no way of compromising on that; you have to be absolutely ruthless.
The HMO is a parasite; there's no question about it. This is all criminal,
and we have to deal with it as a crime.
- "The point is people get hesitant, and they say:
'In the meantime, what are we going to do?' In the meantime? There is no
meantime! Either we get these guys out now, or there's no chance: mass
death occurs. That's what happened with Hitler. There were Jewish communities
that also said: 'Look, don't fight it, it will go away.' It's the same
- As for the Nazi behavioral economists, LaRouche said,
"these guys have to go. Because either these guys are going to go,
or the President is going to go. And the President has to think through
that choice. Because the American people are not going to put up with this
crap. And these guys are going to find that the American people are going
to say to the President: 'You get rid of those guys, or we get rid of you.'