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How Communism and The U.N. Set Out to Destroy America












By Jill Cohen Walker, J.D.

April 2, 2005

Well, itís over for the time being. Terri has gone to be with the Lord and the weeping has begun in earnest. We will grieve for a week or two, maybe longer, but if we forget, we are fools who have learned nothing.

Those of us who know that Terri Schindler-Schiavo was summarily removed from the face of the earth in what could be described as the perfect crime of the new century will await Godís judgment on those who perpetrated the act. I say ďthoseĒ because in my humble opinion, and as I stated before, Michael had ever so much assistance in the commission of the crime. And I say Godís judgment because itís the best there is for such miscreants.

Meanwhile, I recalled a few of John Donneís words: ďNever ask for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.Ē Indeed, a part of each of us who prayed for Terri and her family, who prayed for this nation and its executives, legislators, and judges, has died. Terri didnít die alone. Little fragments from each of us were with her.

While I can wax poetic about Terri and how many of us feel about her court-ordered murder, I cannot do the same regarding the cast of characters that foisted this insult, this outrage, upon all of us. Michael Schiavo may never be judged on this earth, but rest assured, he will be judged; and. like others, he will realize that he fell far short of the glory of God. In fact, he may regret spitting in Godís face for 15 years.

So letís get on with it because none of us wants to fall prey to the type of crime that befell Terri and her real familyóthe Schindlers. Letís start with Michael, that maven of dedicated husbands who, according to one commentator on ďHardballĒ last night, spent three years wringing his hands at his wifeís bedside and drove the hospital staff crazy. Yep, thatís what was said and I almost barfed. Some people would interpret those actions as signs of devotion. I donít. Michael Schiavo was there to protect Michael Schiavo, which means he was there to ensure that Terri didnít open her mouth and tell anyone what really happened to her. He was there to make sure she remained as helpless and incommunicado as possible.

Think Iím nuts? Thatís your choice. I think the man was obsessed with Terri because she knew the truth, not because he loved her. Thatís my humble opinion. In fact, I still want to know how long Michael waited to get Terri medical attention when she collapsed. I was advised by one sound researcher that he didnít do a thing until his brother arrived on the scene. How long did that take and is it true that Michael was sitting calmly on the couch while his wife lay dying? Perhaps he was hoping for his idea of the best even thenóher death.

Since Iíve already pointed out how Michael worked two frauds on the court in my last piece on the subject (The Imprisonment and Execution of Terri Schindler-Schiavo), I can only weep, rant, and scream that so many missed the cues that were right in front of their faces. Michael wasnít just Terriís jailor during those early years; he was in a prison of his own because of what he did. Rather than being honest, he lied, sued, and murdered, and fooled a lot of folks along the way to achieve peace. Well, he wonít have what he wanted because those actions never lead to peace . . . unless Michael has no conscienceóa debatable point at this time.

No, I donít feel sorry for him. Like Scott Peterson, he deserves scorn, not compassion. Michaelís need for total control in the situation bordered on pathologic. While on the surface he came across as the loving and dutiful husband, his real motive may very well have been as Iíve stated: self protection. Nothing short of Terriís silence, hence her eventual death would allow Michael, in his own mind, to be free of guilt. He could claim he did everything for her while doing nothing for her. He could claim he loved her and wanted her wishes carried out while carrying out his own wishes and silencing Terri at the same time. He could lie so well that few, if any, would ever know the truth, if they even cared to know it. In the end, he even denied her family a chance to be with her as she took her last, dying breath. Now thatís the height of narcissism and selfishness.

Well, I have a belief that the truth lets a lie go around the world a few times before it makes itself known. Someday, the truth will come out, but if youíre counting on that autopsy to implicate Michael, the judges, lawyers, and doctors, get over it. The likelihood of that happening is as slim as atheists giving up their battle against the God they donít believe in.

Look at the number of government officials whoíve been complicit in this crime. Do you honestly believe they will allow an autopsy to vindicate the Schindlers? Not a chance! Much to my dismay, weíre probably going to be fed another pack of lies. I donít know who was in that van that drove up to the coronerís office, but Iíll eat my shoes if it was Terri Schindler-Schiavo. And if it was, Iíll bet that autopsy report was written three weeks ago based on snippets from court records.

The e-mail I received about the Masonic influence in this matter noted that numbers were important with regard to this case. I was suspicious, but kept reading. Itís ironic that he was right. Terri died on March 31 after 13 days of starvation. Their little hex worked this time, but they forgot one thing. God is just and He will dispense the ultimate judgment on those folks in His own timeónot a minute too soon or too late. And quite frankly, Godís vengeance, which is ever so perfect, far exceeds manís vengeance.

Michael Schiavo, with the help of folks who have proven their affiliation with evil through their own words about death being ďbeautiful,Ē and how ďdeath by dehydration and starvation isnít painfulĒ ignored the words in the New Testament, ďDeath, where is thy sting?Ē They also forgot that most folks ďreap as they have sown.Ē

Judge Greer, who refused to accept valid evidence from Terriís parents, friends, co-workers, nurses, doctors, and a host of other reliable folks who could have put Michael Schiavo to shame, made this crime possible. George Felos was the devilís agent in the mix.

Without Greer and George Felos, that sterling example of the New Age anti-God agendas, Michael would have had to bear the brunt of his wifeís condition for years or return her to her parents. With them, he was surrounded by evil and diabolical men who appear to be knee deep in the euthanasia movement. The conflicts of interests are coming out slowly, if anyone even cares. More may very well come to light, but it will take the American people to demand retribution for Terriís murder and for the lies they were told by the lawyers, the judges, the doctors, and the media.

In the meantime, write an air-tight, Hillary-proof living will. Donít miss a thing, even if that living will has to be longer than a set of encyclopedias in print form. And while youíre at it, add a few paragraphs to those pre- and anti-nuptial agreements. You never know when evil will invade a loved oneís mind and turn it into something akin to the mind of Michael Schiavo. Then get down on your knees and repent, as Daniel did, for personal sins, and the sins of the judges . . . for the sins of the nation.

© 2005 - Jill Cohen Walker - All Rights Reserved

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Jill Cohen Walker earned a BA from Goddard College in 1977, a JD from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1980, and an MS in journalism at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1999. A freelance writer for fifteen years, she has written numerous articles for tech magazines and newspapers, and co-authored a book on hiring practices in the printing industry.

She taught Social Studies for one year in a northern middle school, and medical-legal and bio-medical courses in the Allied Health division of a local community college for four years. A student of legal history and the US Constitution, she began to study current events and Bible prophecies in March 1985. Her deep interest in and awareness of American politics started during the 2000 elections when she realized the prophetic time clock was ticking fast. She is the co-author of the novel "The Call to Prayer". (










While I can wax poetic about Terri and how many of us feel about her court-ordered murder, I cannot do the same regarding the cast of characters that foisted this insult, this outrage, upon all of us.