MINISTERS OF EUTHANASIA
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
November 2, 2009
[Note: Decoys are often used by the intelligence community to lead people astray, and this may be the case with questioning Barack Obama’s place of birth. President Obama may have been born in Hawaii to Ann Dunham in 1961, but his real father may have been Communist Party U.S.A. member (and also FBI informer) Frank Marshall Davis instead of Barack Obama, Sr. (BOS). How can one say this? First, an Internet Google search for “Frank Marshall Davis” will produce an image of him and Dunham on either side of Barack Obama together with an image of BOS and Dunham on either side of Barack Obama. Notice that the President’s nose looks like nothing like the noses of BOS or Dunham (for a side view of her nose, an Internet Google search for “Ann Dunham” will produce an image of her holding a young Barack). Secondly, does the shape of the top half of Barack’s head look like his parents BOS-Dunham or Davis-Dunham? Next, look at other facial features such as the middle of the President’s upper lip, and ask yourself if it looks like the shape of the upper lip of BOS-Dunham or Davis-Dunham.
In addition, consider the following: (1) Davis was born in Kansas and Ann Dunham’s parents knew him there; (2) the Dunham’s moved to Seattle in 1955, and in Davis’ Sex Rebel: Black (1968 under the pseudonym Bob Greene) he refers to “swinging” with a couple from Seattle and how he met numerous times with an underage girl named “Anne”; (3) Davis moved to Hawaii in 1948, and the Dunham’s moved there in 1960 and were in contact with Davis again; (4) Although University of Hawaii student Barack Obama, Sr. married Ann Dunham in February 1961, they never lived together after their marriage; (5) In Barack Obama’s book, Dreams From My Father, he describes Davis as a “father figure” and he wrote a poem about Davis called “Pop.”
Just like Bill Clinton probably had CIA connections when as a Rhodes Scholar he took a trip to the U.S.S.R., Obama in 1981 traveled to Karachi, Pakistan where his host was Muhammadian Soomro, who was linked to the CIA-connected, infamous Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI). In 1983, Barack Obama graduated from Columbia University in political science (pre-law), but his classmates don’t remember him. Yet, while then in New York, he met and was mentored by Zbigniew Brzezinski. After 1983 and before he arrived in Chicago, Barack Obama worked for Business International Corporation (linked to American intelligence), which would be acquired by The Economist Group (London) and merge with The Economist Intelligence Unit.]
Through this series on euthanasia, one can see a change in consciousness on the part of people is being brought about by the Power Elite (PE). In that regard, remember what George Orwell wrote in his book 1984: “Has it ever occurred to you that by the year 2050 at the very latest, not a single human being will be alive who could understand such a conversation as we are having now? …The whole climate of thought will be different. In fact, there will be no thought, as we understand it now. Orthodoxy means not thinking – not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness.”
In 1985, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) called a meeting to discuss dying in America, which led to recommendations from Dr. Joanne Lynn, a proponent of withdrawal of nutrition and hydration who would receive at least $6 million from RWJF. In Dr. Lynn’s Handbook for Mortals, she wrote: “…The courts have ruled, over and over, that using artificial nutrition or hydration is a treatment decision just like chemotherapy or surgery, and that families and doctors can choose to use or to forego this kind of treatment.”
A great deal of media attention was paid to Terri Schiavo, who had nutrition and hydration withheld from her and died March 31, 2005. However, she was by no means the first to which this happened. In 1987, 32-year old Nancy Ellen Jobes died of dehydration of her parents’ request, even though two neurologists agreed she was aware, responsive and purposeful. This is because the New Jersey Supreme Court upheld lower court decisions that family members could refuse medical care even without clear evidence of a patient’s wish. Three years after Nancy Jobes’ death, the Association for Death Education and Counseling in its May/June 1990 edition of The Forum wrote that “old and new issues are demanding our attention and action: euthanasia, abortion,… rationing of health care and more.”
The Forum article appeared the year after Prince Philip of Great Britain said (according to Trashing the Planet) “were he to be reincarnated he would wish to return as a killer virus to lower human population levels.” This is similar to Bertrand Russell’s comment in The Impact of Science on Society (1953) that “population can be kept from increasing…. Perhaps bacteriological war may prove effective. If a Black Death could be spread throughout the world once in every generation survivors could procreate freely without making the world too full.”
The year after The Forum article appeared, the UNESCO Courier (November 1991) published an interview with Jacques Cousteau (who had been awarded a Medal of Freedom by President Reagan), in which he declared: “It’s terrible to have to say this. World population must be stabilized and to do that, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. This is so horrible to contemplate that we shouldn’t even say it. But the general situation in which are involved is lamentable.” This is similar to the statement made by Ted Turner in the Audubon magazine in 1996 when he indicated a 95% reduction in the human population would be ideal.
This was not long after the production of “Faces of Death” in 1993. This documentary film showed beheadings and other frightful scenes that gave 7th grade Alabama students nightmares, and the cover of the film boasted it had been “banned in 46 countries.”
Between 1990 and 1998, Dr. Jack Kevorkian “assisted” in the suicides of nearly 100 terminally ill people. His “assistance” took the form of attaching a euthanasia device he had made to those people. The next year, on September 1, 1999, the Texas Advance Directives Act was passed with Governor George Bush’s signature allowing health care facilities to pull the plug on critically ill patients even over the objections of family members. Five years after this and six years after Kevorkian’s last “assisted” suicide, on August 26, 2004, the Kentucky Supreme Court granted legal authority to the State of Kentucky to end the life of a citizen of the State even though it was contrary to the wishes of the person’s guardian ad litem.
Two years later, according to a WorldNetDaily article, “Scientists cheer holocaust wish,” University of Texas professor Eric Pianka told an audience of over 400 Texas Academy of Science (TAS) members that the human population on Earth should be reduced by 90%. The audience of TAS scientists and students then burst into sustained applause, and TAS presented Pianka with a plaque in recognition of his being named 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist! The next year (2007), Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich delivered an address at UC-Berkeley in which he described “what a candidate for president would say” if the candidate said “what the truth is.” According to Reich, the candidate would say: “We’re going to have to, if you’re very old, we’re not going to give you all that technology and all those drugs for the last couple of years of your life to keep you maybe going for another couple of months. It’s too expensive… so we’re going to let you die.”
In January 2009, Barack Obama became President of the U.S., and by September 23, 2009 Rush Limbaugh claimed Obama had turned the U.S. over to “global powers.” In an earlier NewsWithViews column, I quoted from Lee Siegel’s August 11, 2009 article, “Obama’s Euthanasia Mistake.” Obama has not advocated euthanasia per se, but as an agent of the PE, his proposals will create situations where people will die because, for example, Medicare dollars will not pay for a particular medical procedure. In Betsy McCaughey’s New York Post article “The ‘kill granny’ bill” (October 5, 2009), she explained: “As the health-reform bills move through Congress, the prognosis for Medicare patients gets worse and worse. Sen. Max Baucus’ bill robs the elderly to cover the uninsured…. The House bills already cut future funding for Medicare by $500 billion over the next decade…. This is the most extreme change to Medicare ever. Dr. David McKalip, a Florida neurosurgeon and a board member of the Florida Medical Association, predicts: “The only doctors left in Medicare will be those willing to ration care and practice cookbook medicine…. The health-reformers’ plan to cut spending on patients 65 and older won’t simply reduce end-of-life care, it will also eliminate care for patients who are perfectly capable of surviving their illness and going on with life.”
In early September 2009, the U.S. Senate confirmed Cass Sunstein to be President Obama’s regulatory czar, and relevant to euthanasia, Sunstein in 2008 co-authored Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health wherein he referred to the possibility of “routine removal” of body parts because the state would “own the rights to body parts of people who are dead or in certain hopeless conditions, and [the state] can remove their organs without asking anyone’s permission… Though it may sound grotesque, routine removal is not impossible to defend. In theory it would save lives, and it would do so without intruding on anyone who has any prospect for life.”
In his 1993 book, The Partial Constitution, Sunstein had written: “Restrictions on abortion, surrogacy and free availability of pornography are troublesome.” Unrelated to euthanasia, in mid-September, President Obama nominated Chai Feldblum (former clerk to Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun who wrote the Roe v. Wade abortion ruling) to head the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Feldblum has signed an online petition, “Beyond Same-Sex Marriage,” which would allow homosexual and polygamous partnerships.
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Regrettably, with medical care to be increasingly rationed, there will be those who choose to self-euthanize. Is that one reason ABC’s “Nightline” on September 29, 2009 aired a segment on “Dr. Death” Philip Nitschke (an Australian) who instructs the elderly on how to commit suicide?
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