FLAVOR OF THE WEAK:
THE NEW WAR ON THE SICK
At the turn of the century and well into the mid 1900’s there were a number of elites that considered themselves the ruling class and had plans to deal with those individuals that they did not agree with or identified with. In a time of class warfare there is always a division where a certain group of people are somehow under the impression that they are superior. As I was studying the history of the United States dating back 100 years I noticed another interesting fact about Woodrow Wilson.
His elitist stance had given way to the use of Eugenics to eliminate types of people that were considered undesirables. Anymore when one has to search the internet for Eugenics stories in America you have to go through the delicate word salad that makes it palatable for researchers because no one wants to admit that while we called ourselves a country that believed in human rights we all secretly had plans for those we felt deserved to be eliminated from the gene pool. Surprisingly the reason for the eugenics programs again was to insure that resources would be used by those who would benefit society. Those who were thought to be a burden were conveniently removed.
In researching President Woodrow Wilson’s support for eugenic directives prior to 1913, I was surprised how little there actually was to find.
When Wilson was Governor of New Jersey his support of Eugenics programs should have been fair warning about the type of individual he was. On April 21st, 1911 just two years before becoming President Wilson passed into law an act to authorize and provide for the “sterilization of feeble-minded (including idiots, imbeciles and morons), epileptics, rapists, certain criminals and other defectives.” It was overturned by the New Jersey Supreme Court on November 18, 1913.
Many attitudes about culling the undesirables were fomented during World War I. One admirer of the Eugenics programs in the United States was a young Adolf Hitler.
Much of Hitler’s attitudes towards the nation-state, war, eugenics, race superiority, community and obligation came from his participation in the First World War, where 6,000 men died every day. Contrast that with the 3,000 that died in one day in the U.S. on 9/11, but not day after day for four years. Miraculously Hitler fought heroically, survived, and did it without complaint for his nation; the same that we have always expected of our own soldiers.
When Hitler returned from war however he despised those who would not fight for their country. When he left the hospital after losing his eyesight from poisonous gas for a period of time, “He claimed that ‘nearly every clerk was a Jew and nearly every Jew was a clerk.'” In his mind, the Jews were traitors to the nation. This festered in his mind for the next twenty-five years leading up to the World War Two—an insatiable hatred for Jews were easily stereotyped as such and deserving of punishment—the supreme punishment.
Today we can see a great deal of similarity between Hitler’s militaristic ideology and the attitudes some people have in the United States with regards to people in the Middle East. We are willing to kill thousands upon thousands of men, women, and children as part of our war on terrorism, and we are willing to make deals with the devil with regard to drones and accept that innocent victims of their attacks deserve it and claim it is just collateral damage.
We have given support for future mechanized death and the eventual culling of the world by being a preemptive country and many have the willingness to wage wars and demand a mutual destruction pact perhaps thinking that we as a country would never see a threat of nuclear war. Our superiority can claims of might makes right need to be watched with a careful eye because once again as history has shown there are many horrible ends that come from thinking that one particular group is more “enlightened” than the other.
This style of commentary was realized in Mein Kampf where Hitler stated that it is important to “sift the human material” for those who support decisions of the leaders and those who do not support these decisions. He also believed in culling those who were a burden on society.
There was the idea in Hitler’s Germany of a New Dawn of enlightenment and that the German IQ was superior. Hitler encouraged this idea so much that he believed that every German would be willing to lay their lives on the line to further his ideas of superiority.
We know now of course that devotion and self-sacrifice can come and go in any race, nation, religion, etc., depending on the group’s level of indoctrination at the time. Nations have swung back and forth between collectivism and individualism, between peace and barbarity, depending on who is holding the puppet strings.
I kicked off the year talking about the Saturn return and the philosophy of sacrificial lambs to bring about a large enough crisis to open the dialogue for a swift response from Government. This was prevalent 100 years ago and echoes today in the attitudes of many people who are supportive of what is known as ‘global sustainability’ and the burden we put on food and water demand. The globalists have engineered a paranoia about climate change and global warming. While one is a constant, the other is not working as well on the consensus and the reality is once again history shows us how the elite use crisis to manipulate the masses and in some cases people will voluntarily kill themselves for the benefit of the many.
As the world moves further into economic chaos, eugenics, an old idea cloaked under modern terminology, is making a comeback. During these times it is easy to see how a resurgence and re-packaging of eugenics could come about. In the case of Global Warming and economic sustainability, we hear these questions asked by proponents: Do you have more than two children? Is your carbon footprint putting a strain on the environment?
In the agendas of world economic and environmental sustainability your economic burden on society cannot be tolerated during unprecedented economic times. The growing population of elderly individuals will be an incredible burden on a faltering system. Some governmental think tanks see younger generations pursuing euthanasia policies as an option. While we are asked to recycle waste, there are those who wish to recycle or remove Human life for world sustainability.
As the Global planners hook you with “climate change” and the socially engineered “saving the planet from the environmental cataclysmic model” we could very well see in the future an urgency to justify laws requiring euthanasia, eugenic infanticide, futile care provisions, and weeding out those with undesirable genetic propensities through the mapping of an infant’s genome literally marking them genetically for a “predisposed outcome.”
Groups like “The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement” believe that Phasing out the human race by voluntarily ceasing to breed will allow Earth’s biosphere to return to good health. They state that Crowded conditions and resource shortages will improve as we become less dense.
All of these crises – from global warming, food shortages and economic meltdown – can pave the way for new eugenics programs that the American people will be forced to accept in order to buy, sell, trade or even live on this planet. In order for this to be implemented there would have to be a way to have a worldwide net that would be part of a surveillance program that would monitor diet, health, blood, genome etc.
These are literally what is hidden with what has been called Obama care and regardless of what you are told this is not a socialist health provision of free health care – it is literally the cornerstone for the mass medical surveillance plan that has been proposed by Zbigniew Brzezinski, Barack Obama’s adviser and mentor.
Zbigniew Brzezinski was the co-founder of the Trilateral commission along with David Rockefeller.
The original stated purpose of the Trilateral Commission was to create a “New International Economic Order.” Its current statement has morphed into fostering a “closer cooperation among these core democratic industrialized areas of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system. The Global plan is for all countries to live on the level of third world nations.
Economic sustainability can be achieved through a process known as “end game” strategies. Which include controls on ecological systems such as food, water and air. The agenda would severely limit water, electricity, and transportation – even deny human access to our most treasured wilderness areas, it would monitor all lands and people through tracking and scientific measures such as biometrics and eugenics.
Now as we are being prepared for the new health care provisions, you need to understand your medical treatments will be tracked electronically by a federal system. Having electronic medical records at your fingertips, you can easily have them transferred to any hospital. However, with convenience comes conditions.
Some of those may include the offer of taking a RFID chip and using it for medical and tracking purposes.
The Obama health care bill under Sec. 2521, page 1,000 will establish a National Medical Device Registry.
What does a National Medical Device Registry mean?
National Medical Device Registry from H.R. 3200 [Healthcare Bill], pages 1,001-1,008:
(g)(1) The Secretary shall establish a national medical device registry (in this subsection referred to as the ‘registry’) to facilitate analysis of post market safety and outcomes data on each device that— ‘‘(A) is or has been used in or on a patient; ‘‘(B)and is— ‘‘(i) a class III device; or ‘‘(ii) a class II device that is implantable, life-supporting, or life-sustaining.”
Now to avoid sounding over paranoid the provision states that all medical devices from pacemakers to artificial limbs are part of this registry, however even though we are told by enablers of these new plans that it does not include the chip, the truth is that the chip has been ready for some time and has been used on soldiers, animals and the elderly as a way to track them under the new medical bureaucracy.
One of the new world bureaucracies, The National Coordinator of Health Information Technology, will monitor treatments to make sure your doctor is doing what the federal government deems appropriate and cost effective. The goal is to reduce costs and “guide” your doctor’s decisions.
If your doctor goes beyond what is proposed for adequate treatment he or she could face penalties. So, if you have an atypical condition or a genetic defect you could be inadequately cared for. This could result in your death. The National Board of Health Information Technology can approve or reject treatments using a formula that divides the cost of the treatment by the number of years the patient is likely to benefit. Treatments for younger patients are more often approved than treatments for diseases that affect the elderly.
They also want to limit critical care and experimental medicine in order for universal care to be cost affective. Every experimental procedure will have to face approval by the board. This contributes to population controls and eugenics. Just deny life-giving medical treatment to the disabled and elderly and you have plausible deniability in contributing to zero population growth.
Eugenics “went underground” after WWII, but continued under the guise of population control and environmentalism, proceeding partly with the aid of Rockefeller family wealth. Rather than focus on “quality control” the emphasis was on “quantity control”. One of the first books to tie these ideas together post-WWII, titled Our Plundered Planet, was written by Fairfield Osborn, who in 1921 served as the President of the Second International Congress of Eugenics in New York. You see, the best Eugenics plans were not thought up by the Nazis. They were created by Americans!
If you read the news of other countries we are seeing calls for one or two child policies to be implemented to ensure global sustainability. The economic hardship that the world faces is also creating a climate favorable to population and eugenics policies.
The DCDC Global Strategic Trends Program that was issued for global sustainability gave a timeline that began in 2007 and runs through 2036. The report outlines a grim economic future of middle class rebellion amidst falling standards of living. Now keep in mind that this is all planned and issued as a blue print for future world planning that also includes the implementation of eugenic directives brain chip implants, and other forecasts. One scenario in particular states that youth in western societies could see the growing elderly population as a burden, opening the doorway to euthanasia.
“Declining youth populations in Western societies could become increasingly dissatisfied with their economically burdensome ‘baby-boomer’ elders, among whom much of societies’ wealth would be concentrated. Resentful at a generation whose values appear to be out of step with tightening resource constraints, the young might seek a return to an order provided by more conservative values and structures. This could lead to a civic renaissance, with strict penalties for those failing to fulfill their social obligations. It might also open the way to policies which permit euthanasia as a means to reduce the burden of care for the elderly.” – DCDC Global Trends 2007-2036
Beginning in 1940, thousands of Germans taken from old age homes, mental institutions and other custodial facilities were systematically gassed. Between 50,000 and 100,000 were eventually killed.
Today there is no need to gas individuals in eugenics directives. There are other direct ways that provide plausible deniability. Iatrogenic artifacts have been known to be a very effective tool as over-medicating and drugging the elderly and mentally challenged have provided a new way to quietly eliminate the flavor the weak.
Americans take so many drugs that 100,000 of us die every year because of those drugs. It is not illness that causes those 100,000 deaths, but the damaging effects of drugs taken for illness. Beyond these deaths there are millions of adverse drug reactions every year, resulting in hospitalizations and death.
Between the years of 1990-2000 over 569 children were hospitalized; 38 of them were life threatening hospitalizations and 186 died from antidepressant drug toxicity. Many experimental psychotropic drugs have led to suicides in young people. Some suspect that many of the so-called “fishbowl” shooters – like in Aurora, Colorado and Sandy Hook shooters – were drugged and/or mentally ill.
The growing economic crisis, and numerous other crises both real and manufactured, will be held as an example of the need for a new army of social workers and bureaucracy to manage the affairs of average men and women. Among all of the other proposals that the elite are throwing at us to “fix” these problems, such as world governance.
The control of food sources and water, the proposal for global sustainability and other population control proposals found in the writings of Georgia Guide stones and agenda 21 could become a reality. The needs of the superior humans would outweigh those who are called genetically defective.
It is all part of the process known as creating the “other.” In our way of scapegoating, we find that prejudices are lethal and they are quite capable of being a quiet weapon for the silent war that has been declared on the sick.