Death panel” in it.
When I sat down to analyze or understand what is motivating those on the left continue to blatently ignore the “will of the people” to the point of political suicide. I started with the election (or theft of) of Obama and his platform that molded his policy aspirations.
Set aside for the moment the “bail-outs” and the “nationalization” of the financial industries and automotive industries for a moment (because these are two areas where he has achieved a modicum of success in passing) and focus on the two biggest failures to date:
1. Healthcare overhaul
2. Cap & Trade/Man made global warming
Starting with the latter, Obama has not only failed to pass the Cap & Trade bill despite having a 60 seat, filibuster proof Senate but his attempt at salvaging the Global Warming treaty in Copenhagen.
That said I went back to Obama’s earliest “environmental” visions by looking at his cabinet picks and his Czars. If you remember, Obama chose Van Jones to be his “Green Jobs” czar and was ultimately removed (in the dead of night) because of two reasons.
1. He was an admitted Communist, and
2. He was a self admitted 9/11 truther
Ironically, it was his 9/11 beliefs that received more criticism than the fact of his communist beliefs. The disturbing thing is Van Jones is still working with the Obama Administration on environmental and health care issues through the Apollo Alliance, in secret.
The other Czar that received notoriety, yet remains in his job to date is the “Science Czar”, John Holdren.
Finally it was Obama’s pick of Lisa P. Jackson for the Secretary of the Environmental Protection Agency that received little attention at first but has now translated into her decision at the EPA to declare CO2 toxic when the Senate failed to pass the Cap & Trade bill essentially making the US liable for Cap without the benefit of trade. This occurred just prior to Obama’s failed attempt to secure the treaty at Copenhagen.
EPA’s Press Release:
“WASHINGTON – After a thorough examination of the scientific evidence and careful consideration of public comments, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that greenhouse gases (GHGs) threaten the public health and welfare of the American people. EPA also finds that GHG emissions from on-road vehicles contribute to that threat.
Scientific consensus shows that as a result of human activities, GHG concentrations in the atmosphere are at record high levels and data shows that the Earth has been warming over the past 100 years, with the steepest increase in warming in recent decades. The evidence of human-induced climate change goes beyond observed increases in average surface temperatures; it includes melting ice in the Arctic, melting glaciers around the world, increasing ocean temperatures, rising sea levels, acidification of the oceans due to excess carbon dioxide, changing precipitation patterns, and changing patterns of ecosystems and wildlife.”
It is telling that the new EPA designation is wholly based on the UN reports of the IPCC which have been decimated by the subsequent “e-mail” scandal that showed the scientists who provided the IPCC their information “cooked the books” and even more recently the incorrect Glacier meltdown error that the UN was forced to admit:
“In revelations that embarrass the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - the UN body that has built the scientific base for action on climate change - and its chairman R K Pachauri, it's emerged that its key conclusion that there was high probability of Himalayan glaciers melting away by the year 2035 was based on unsubstantiated, indeed "speculative," evidence.
IPCC's Fourth Assessment Report in 2007, which has been the main reference point for climate-change science, cited a 2005 World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report to say that the Himalayan glaciers would disappear entirely by 2035 - "perhaps sooner" - if current trends in global warming continued.
That WWF report itself was based on an interview of Syed Iqbal Hasnain, an Indian researcher honoured with Padma Shri last year, published in the New Scientist in 1999.
WWF today admitted that its 2005 report "contained erroneous information". "Although scientists remain deeply concerned about glacier retreat in that region, this particular prediction has subsequently proved to be incorrect," the WWF said in a statement.”
It is here that I start to get lengthy in connecting dots. To do so I must go back to the early 20th century in what Glen Beck calls the “progressive era” in America. Before I go back to the founding of this era, I want to share with you the modern day elitist view. Remember when Warren Buffet announced he was giving his billions and billions to charity, specifically the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation? If not, here is what Buffet said in that announcement (taken from Hudson Institute essay titled: The Ungodly bright: Should They Lead Philanthropy into the Future?
“WHEN WARREN Buffett announced his multi-billion dollar bequest to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the summer of 2006, he explained his generous if unconventional act of charity by claiming that “if your goal is to return the money to society by attacking truly major problems that don’t have a commensurate funding base – what could you find that’s better than turning to a couple of people who are young, who are ungodly bright…”
American philanthropy’s romance with the “ungodly bright” has a long, if not always noble, pedigree. After all, the first large foundations – Carnegie, Rockefeller, Russell Sage – were established during, and fully reflected the predilections of, America’s progressive era at the beginning of the 20th century. The progressives were persuaded that, just as disease was rapidly being conquered by modern science and medicine, so “social pathogens” – the ultimate source of our social ills – could be tracked down and eradicated once and for all, given new sciences of human behavior like sociology, psychology, and public administration. But this would require that the management of human affairs be taken out of the hands of the benighted many and put into the care of the enlightened few, trained and credentialed in the new social sciences. Not coincidentally, this was precisely the direction history itself wished to take. As their name suggest, progressives were convinced that history was the story of inexorable progress from the selfish individualism and parochial localism of the past to a new era of social-minded brotherhood. But only the ungodly bright avant garde had the historical and scientific insight to break with the parochial allegiances of the past, and persuade or compel the many to follow them into a more promising, socially conscious, collective future.”
I will show you two things, first I will show you that the modern day eugenics which was born by this “ungodly bright avant garde” in the early 20th century (Rockefeller) is alive and well today and second the environmental cabal’s belief in Population control as a means to promote eugenics in such ways as Abortion, sterilization and other ways.
This evil institution that was formerly called “the American Eugenics Society” (today eugenics has been renamed “bioethics) and the new institution is called “The Hastings Center.
The Eugenics Society worked hand in hand with their British counterparts (elites) in Nazi Germany preceding the holocaust. It is what gave Hitler his idea of “culling the imperfect human herd” to achieve the German Master Race through a Nazi program known as “Tiergarten 4” (T4 for short), the history in one moment.
The transformation of the American Eugenics Society into The Hastings Center:
After the war, with corpses still smoking in Europe, the eugenics/euthanasia movement laid low for a time, inventing new names for itself such as “social biology” and “the right to die.” The British royal family, whose palace physicians such as Lord Thomas Jeeves Horder had officially run the eugenics/euthanasia movement all through the Hitler era, now teamed with their Wall Street moneybags to retool the movement behind population reduction, especially for non-white peoples.
• The American Eugenics Society merged with, and moved its offices into the headquarters of the Rockefeller family’s new Population Council in 1953.
• A eugenics zealot in the Ernst Rudin tradition, Daniel Callahan, got a Population Council grant and continual Rockefeller family sponsorship in 1968-69 to found the Hastings Center, in Garrison, N.Y., to push euthanasia under the new title, “Bioethics.”
• Geneticist and evolutionary biologist Theodore Dobzhansky was simultaneously a founding director of the Hastings Center and chairman of the American Eugenics Society. Hastings founder Callahan became a director of the Eugenics Society.
• The Hastings Center is now headquarters for the Obama reform agenda, still under the active leadership of emeritus president Callahan, the Hitlerian eugenist.
Guess who is a “Senior Fellow” at the Hastings Center, Dr. Ezekial Emanuel!
According to “The Hastings Center” website, regarding “End of Life”:
“Death may not have changed, but dying is quite different from what it used to be, thanks to medical technologies that have extended life and made dying frequently a lingering process rather than a sudden event. People with failing kidneys can survive on dialysis for 20 or more years. People with incurable cancer can live for months or years with chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Victims of car accidents who would once have died of head trauma can now be kept alive by ventilators and feeding tubes. Meantime, life-saving therapies for what were once sudden killers, like heart attack, mean that increasing numbers of us end up with chronic complications or decline into dementia.
Given these trends, questions about the quality of life at its very end, and the care provided to the dying have assumed an unprecedented importance and complexity, engaging policy, law, ethics, and economics. What if a patient refuses treatment? What if a dying patient no longer has the capacity to make decisions? What if the family disagrees with his wishes? How useful are advance directives? If treatments can keep somebody alive for added months, weeks, or days, when and to whom should they be given? Who takes care of the caretakers?
With an aging baby boom population, and with end-of-life care consuming an estimated 10% to 12% of the annual health care budget, these and other questions continue to need probing, debating, and—ultimately—answering.”
Obama & Dr. Ezekial Emanual (Rahm Emanual’s brother)
“The U.S. National Military Tribunal identified as a prime motive of the euthanasia program, “to eliminate ‘useless eaters’ from the scene, in order to conserve food, hospital facilities, doctors and nurses for the more important use of the German armed forces.” That euthanasia program, and the rise to power of the Nazi regime that perpetrated it, had been sold to a population frantic from economic collapse and predisposed, from years of propaganda by the eugenics/euthanasia movement, to consider some lives unworthy to be lived.
German advocates of eugenics (a crackpot notion of hereditary superiority and inferiority), law professor Karl Binding and psychiatry professor Alfred Hoche, had written a sensational 1920 pamphlet, The Permission To Destroy Life Unworthy of Life, a prime theoretical basis for the Nazi genocide. Binding and Hoche argued that society should cast aside the “obsolete”
Hippocratic Oath, that binds doctors to do no harm to patients and commits them to consider only the patient’s welfare.”
On June 18, 2009, Dr. Emanual wrote an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association that suggested that doctors throw away the Hippocratic Oath, when he said “Doctors “are trained to identify and praised for . . . enumerating all possible diagnoses and tests that would confirm or exclude them. . . . Peer recognition goes to the most thorough and aggressive Physicians. . . . This culture is further reinforced by a unique understanding of professional obligations, specifically, the Hippocratic Oath’s admonition to ‘use my power to help the sick to the best of my ability and judgment’ as an imperative to do everything for the patient regardless of cost or effect on others.”
Remember, in May 2009 Obama demanded that $2 Trillion be cut from insurers and health care providers.
“The $2 trillion health-care cuts, now demanded by Obama and the financiers, were previously promoted in a speech by Dr. Gerhard Wagner, head of the Nazi organization for physicians, at the Sept. 8-14, 1936 Nazi Party rally at Nuremberg: “The millions and billions that we have spent . . . for care of the genetically ill, is a squandering of our national resources that we National Socialists cannot justify when we consider the needs of the healthy population. Healthy working class families with numerous children today earn only enough for the necessities of life, which means that it is irresponsible that the state must provide the money for some genetically ill families who may have several family members in institutions costing thousands of marks annually. The previous year, Hitler had told this same Dr. Wagner, that the doctors, primed for murder through the eugenics/euthanasia movement, would have to wait for the crisis of the war to convince the public to give up their moral principles. -- the identical point made by
Ezekiel Emanuel in October 2008:
“The world economy is teetering ... With trillions of dollars evaporating in this crisis, millions of middle-class Americans face the prospect of losing their homes and jobs, and witnessing a dramatic contraction of their retirement savings. In response, the public will desperately want financial security.... Bailing out bankers and other gamblers [and the] huge increase in the federal debt that these bailouts will entail intensifies the pressure to rein in health-care costs....
The dean of health-care economists, Victor Fuchs of Stanford, has long maintained that we will get health-care reform only when there is a war, a depression or some other major civil unrest. It's beginning to look like we might just have all three....?
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, "The Financial Crisis and Health Care," the Chicago Tribune, Oct. 12, 2008
Never let a crisis go to waste – Rahm Emanuel
It is important to remember that Obama had nominated former Senator Tom Daschle to be his “Health Czar” who withdrew his nomination after we learned he did not pay $140,000 in back taxes. America dodged a bullet that day because what people do not realize is that Mr. Daschle shares Dr. Emanuel’s philosophy.
“In his (Daschle’s) 2008 book, “Critical: What We Can Do About the Health-Care Crisis” Daschle calls for a rule, that all who register for Medicare must sign a document outlining the degree to which they consent to be killed in an “end of life” situation.
The other dark side of the Obamacare bill is the tax payer funded abortion provision.
If you think after reading everything above that Obama has surrounded himself with the individuals who share the “eugenics” philosophy by ignorance then just recall the exchange the President had with Jane Sturm:
“Jane Sturm told the story of her nearly 100-year-old mother, who was originally denied a pacemaker because of her age. She eventually got one, but only after seeking out another doctor.
“Outside the medical criteria,” Sturm asked, “is there a consideration that can be given for a certain spirit … and quality of life?”
“I don’t think that we can make judgments based on peoples’ spirit,” Obama said. … “Maybe you’re better off not having the surgery, but taking painkillers.“
Eugenics and the link to the Environment movement – Overpopulation
The radical environmental “Science Czar” John Holdren who has survived the onslaught of Conservative ire for his beliefs:
“Overpopulation was an early concern and interest. In a 1969 article, Holdren and co-author Paul R. Ehrlich argued that, "if the population control measures are not initiated immediately, and effectively, all the technology man can bring to bear will not fend off the misery to come." In 1973 Holdren encouraged a decline in fertility to well below replacement in the United States, because "210 million now is too many and 280 million in 2040 is likely to be much too many." In 1977, Paul R. Ehrlich, Anne H. Ehrlich, and Holdren co-authored the textbook Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment; they discussed the possible role of a wide variety of solutions to overpopulation, from voluntary family planning to enforced population controls, including forced sterilization for women after they gave birth to a designated number of children, and recommended "the use of milder methods of influencing family size preferences" such as access to birth control and abortion."
Rockefeller Foundation – Today
I have touched upon the past with the Rockefeller Foundation and their grant to establish the Hastings Center (formerly “The American Eugenics Society”) but wanted to share with you, the current Leadership.
The President of “The Rockefeller Foundation” since 2005 is Judith Rodin. In 199 she was the President of the University of Pennsylvania when a death was caused from “experimental human gene therapy” that touched off a national outrage and eventually a “Congressional Investigation”:
The patient/guinea pig:
Jesse Gelsinger - The key facts to date are these: On Sept. 17, 1999, Jesse Gelsinger, an 18-year-old with a rare metabolic disease known as ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency ("OTC"), who was participating in an experimental gene therapy trial at the Institute for Human Gene Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania, died at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania four days after being injected with corrective genetic material for the disease.
The letter from Judith Rodin to Senator William Frist:
"The Honorable William Frist
416 Russell Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-3802
Dear Senator Frist:
I want to take this opportunity to provide you with some background on our activities in support of the current investigation of clinical trials at the Institute for Human Gene Therapy ("IHGT") at the University of Pennsylvania.
First and foremost, I want you to know how seriously the University is approaching this matter. The death of Jesse Gelsinger was a terrible tragedy, and we are determined to learn everything we can about it to understand precisely what happened and what might be done to improve clinical trials throughout the University and at all institutions affiliated with us. We intend for our research programs, particularly those involving human subjects, to meet the highest standards. Nothing less is acceptable.
We have several, extensive efforts underway to achieve this goal and to respond to the important concerns raised by federal regulators. We have launched two independent reviews, led by eminent scientists, and we have been and will continue to be strongly committed to cooperating fully with the FDA, NIH, Congress and any other appropriate body as they review these issues.
The key facts to date are these: On Sept. 17, 1999, Jesse Gelsinger, an 18-year-old with a rare metabolic disease known as ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency ("OTC"), who was participating in an experimental gene therapy trial at the Institute for Human Gene Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania, died at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania four days after being injected with corrective genetic material for the disease. OTC is an inherited disorder that in its most common form causes death in affected newborn males because of their inability to properly process nitrogen in food proteins due to a genetic defect in the liver. The clinical trial was voluntarily halted pending review. All appropriate regulatory agencies, including the Food and Drug Administration, which approved the trial, were notified promptly; we pledged to cooperate, fully and completely, with any agency reviews undertaken. Thereafter, the FDA began a review of the clinical trial. On Jan. 19, 2000, the FDA completed its on-site review and issued a Form 483 raising important questions about IHGT's monitoring and oversight of this and other clinical trials. Two days after issuing the Form 483, the FDA placed a hold on all clinical trials at IHGT. On Jan. 18, 2000, the Office for Protection from Research Risk ("OPRR") forwarded to us a citizen complaint with regard to the review of the OTC clinical trial by Penn's Institutional Review Board and commenced an investigation.
The University takes the FDA's action and OPRR's letter--and the questions raised about IHGT's monitoring and oversight of clinical trials--extremely seriously. A team of scientists and administrators is working around-the-clock to ensure that the IHGT provides a comprehensive, detailed and accelerated response to the FDA and the OPRR as soon as possible.
Additionally, I have initiated two separate reviews related to this matter--an independent review by outside experts and an internal review by Penn faculty--both of which will involve distinguished research scientists with a wealth of academic expertise and relevant experience.
The independent panel will be made up of senior academic leadership and renowned research scientists who are unaffiliated with the University of Pennsylvania. It will be chaired by William H. Danforth, M.D., Chancellor Emeritus and Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of Washington University in St. Louis, and it will include Joseph B. Martin, M.D., Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Edward J. Benz, Jr., M.D., Sir William Osler Professor and Director of the Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Inder Verma, Ph.D., American Cancer Society Professor of Molecular Biology, The Salk Institute, La Jolla, Calif.; Rochelle Hirschhorn, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Cell Biology and Chief of the Division of Medical Genetics, Department of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine; and Daniel Callahan, Ph.D., Director of International Programs, The Hastings Center, Garrison, N.Y. They will have a broad mandate to conduct a comprehensive review of every aspect of IHGT's procedures for oversight and monitoring of clinical trials.
This committee will report directly to me; its charge follows below:
1. To conduct a thorough, independent review in order to carefully evaluate and assess IHGT's oversight and monitoring of clinical trial programs, with particular emphasis on the FDA's findings about the OTC Therapy Trial and IHGT's response to those findings.
2. To recommend any additional actions necessary to ensure the highest standards are set and met in the conduct, oversight and monitoring of future IHGT clinical trials, including a framework for University monitoring of compliance with these recommendations.
3. To report findings of review to the President of University of Pennsylvania and recommend issues to be referred to the University's faculty committee charged with reviewing human subject research.
Additionally, I have formed a committee of Penn faculty, chaired by Provost Robert L. Barchi, himself a distinguished scientist and scholar, and comprised of research scientists with a wealth of talent and relevant experience, who will conduct a proactive review of all aspects of research involving human subjects anywhere at Penn. They will examine everything we do, from the mechanics of the approval process, to oversight and the functions of our Institutional Review Board, to ultimate accountability for this research.
Again, we deeply regret Jesse Gelsinger's death, and we want to learn everything we can about how and why he died. We also want to consider everything and anything we can do to improve our oversight and monitoring procedures for essential clinical research. As I said, nothing less than the highest possible standards are acceptable. And, Penn is deeply committed to cooperating fully with the appropriate regulatory agencies and public officials examining these complex issues.
We welcome any suggestions you may have on how we are approaching this matter, and, of course, we will keep you informed of all significant developments.
This death did not hinder her rise to another prominent position within the Rockefeller Foundation some 5 years later. Human experimentation was at the core of the Nazi Eugenics program as well as the famed Nazi “Dr. Mengele”.