Saturday, May 10, 2008

Let the Elderly, The Sick, And the Poor Die

By Larry Chin Global Research, May 5, 2008

The Bush-Cheney administration’s Department of Homeland Security, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have collectively set guidelines that recommend---in the event of a "pandemic" or mass crisis---that the elderly, the sick, the severely injured, and the poor will be denied life-saving medical treatment.

Details are discussed in this Associated Press report:

Who should MDs let die in a pandemic? Report offers answers

The proposed guidelines, meant to serve as a blueprint to be followed by hospitals across the country, specifically recommends that the those deemed at "higher risk of death" with a "slimmer chance of survival" will be denied services and “scarce resources”, as dictated by designated officials.

Specifically, those who will be denied help include people who are:

* older than 85,

* suffering from severe trauma, which include injuries from crashes and shootings,

* severely burned,

* suffering from mental impairment (Alzheimer's disease), and

* suffering from chronic diseases, including lung, heart, and diabetes

In other words, the most disadvantaged will be left to die.

For years now, we have witnessed the gutting and militarization of the US, and the systematic march towards total population control: the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, the destruction of law and civil liberties, manufactured elections, domestic spying, and the increasingly aggressive reduction, rationing of social and health care services.

With the world plunging deeper into crisis (manufactured as well as natural)---endless world war, economic upheaval, energy and food shortages---this bone-chilling new plan is further evidence that the powers that be are preparing (and/or planning for) a die-off.

This is nothing short of eugenics---the “cleansing of the unfit” that Hitler and his like only dreamed of---delivered through Bush-Cheney, obediently carried out by legions of surrogates, and opposed by few.

1 comment:

Ben Hall said...

This is exactly the 'theme' that is causing seniors to be ignored when it comes to IT support. According to young people everywhere, "it's just not worth it" to help seniors with computers.

When will society wake up and realise that it's actually the elderly who hold the greatest knowledge and without this pool of information, the younger generations are doomed to repeat the same mistakes again!

Fortunately there are free pieces of software available that can assist seniors with computing, removing the necessity to rely on direct help from youngsters.

Big Buttons is one - and it is available for free download at

Eldy is another (

Great blog by the way!