And what makes this all the more evil is that Americans DO see the consequences and Zero still wants to impose it on us.
Van Jones, EPA Brown and the FCC dude aren’t walks in the park either.
Can you believe these people are making decisions that will impact our future generations? This is scary stuff.
Here are links to the entire week of Glenn’s special on America’s future. I stayed up until 2 pm EST several nights in order to not to miss a single one.
I’m not that up on czars, will someone please explain to me what powers they have and where that power comes from? Constitutionally, I don’t see it but maybe I’m just naive.
The mere fact that a "Department of Bioethics" exists at a government institution - and apparently did so even before Obama - is a big (but silent) scandal in and of itself. "Bioethics" is a term coined within the last several decades by leftist command and control health care freaks seeking to legitimatize their perverse notions within academia. That the American taxpayer actually supports masters of this macabre "science" like Emanuel is a step short of the Nazi government supporting Dr. Mengele's "research."
Bioethicists demean the value of human life by envisioning a government run system of health care where they can perpetuate "scarcity" of health care resources to achieve bureaucratic control over life and death. Their motto, as Emanuel et al say in the very first sentence of their article, is "scarcity is the mother of allocation." While the general population is made miserable by scarcity, these monsters sadistically wish to create shortages in life sustaining resources to give themselves the most powerful roles in their new perverse "paradise."
THey will advance just as far as we let them,sometimes we can stop them but not all the time.
History repeats itself. Instead of Mengele, Goebbels an Himmler we have Emanuel, Holdren and Sunstein. Very scary.
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I captured this table out of the document on Scribd (linked in the article). It turns current medical practice on its head by putting concern for the system's "scarce" resources before the good of the patient.