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By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
October 19, 2009

[NOTE: Recently there has been a great deal of news regarding an all-day attack by the Taliban against U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. The Taliban were in the mountains firing down into a valley in which American soldiers were located, and 8 of our soldiers were killed because they were located in an outpost that made them all “sitting ducks.” It was just like the end of the movie Fort Apache in 1948 where John Wayne pleads with Henry Fonda not to send the cavalry in columns of 4 into a valley with the Apaches firing down from the mountains on either side. Wayne says, “That’s suicide” to do that.

When I was about 4 years old, I had a neighbor who was 6, and he had a large battlefield set on a table. It had soldiers, hills and valleys, etc., and even then we had enough sense not to place our soldiers in valleys where the enemy could fire down upon them. Therefore, there seems to be only one of two possible conclusions regarding the recent attack in Afghanistan. Either our military leaders are extremely incompetent, or our soldiers were deliberately placed there to be “sitting ducks” for some larger purpose. Either way, we as a people and our soldiers are in serious trouble!

We also in serious trouble because of the fact that on June 5, 2009 President Obama’s Communications Director Anita Dunn revealed that one of her favorite philosophers was Chairman Mao of Communist China! What does that say about Obama’s judgment?]

In the May 1973 issue of Prism (published by the American Medical Association) in an article titled “Children from the Laboratory,” Dr. James D. Watson (who would later work on the Human Genome Project) stated: “I think we must re-evaluate our basic assumptions about the meaning of life. Perhaps… no one should be thought of as alive until about 3 days after birth…. If a child were not declared alive until 3 days after birth, then… the doctor could allow the child to die if the parents so chose.” If this sounds shocking to you, it shouldn’t. Isn’t this what we as a nation accept just 3 days earlier? We just call it partial-birth abortion! Does this make you see just how sick and degenerate we have become as a people?

On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized aborting (euthanizing) “unwanted” preborn children. This was the culmination of Planned Parenthood (PP) founder Margaret Sanger’s desire to limit, via birth control, forced sterilization and abortion, what she called “dysgenic stock.” Relevant to this, Sanger had a “Negro Project” to limit the number of blacks born, and although most PP financial supporters aren’t racists, PP president Faye Wattleton (black) on CNN’s “Crossfire” (January 1, 1987) said: “We have received contributions from people who want to support us because they want… all black women to stop having children.” About this same time, Bishop Peter Proeku Dery of Ghana revealed that “there was pressure [by the World Bank] to legalize abortion, although the Church and the people have so far been able to prevent this. For how long, I don’t know.”

The year after the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing the euthanizing of unwanted preborn children, a secret 42-page report was prepared in February 1974 by a euthanasia Task Force on Death and Dying. It became commonly known as the Alethea Report (see dennis28) and detailed a 10-year plan to achieve their goals, including changing the “values of self and the values of society,” death and dying education programs, living wills, etc.

On August 16. 1977, NC governor James B. Hunt, Jr. wrote that he supported tax-funding of abortion (euthanizing “unwanted” preborn children) because, he said, “We must concentrate on raising new generations of children who aren’t stunted or handicapped in some way.” This was the same time (August 1977) an HEW medical consultant (Dr. Ursula Anderson), approached the NC Division of Health Services to prepare a plan to “regionalize child health care” as part of a national strategy. The plan called for “health care homes” established in each county, and “responsibilities belonging to child and family are required” as follows: “child and family will accept one principal source of primary care; will make contact; will arrange for examination, education, counseling, etc.; records will be transferred….” Do not be surprised if this plan is resurrected under Obamacare.

In July 1980, New Ager Barbara Marx Hubbard received a nomination at the Democratic National Convention to be the vice-presidential candidate. This was the same year she authored The Book of Co-Creation saying that one-fourth of the earth’s population were “defective seeds” who “must be eliminated from the social body.” She then wrote that she and her compatriots “are in charge of God’s selection process for planet Earth. He selects, we destroy. We are the riders of the pale horse, Death.”

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Ronald Reagan won the presidential election of 1980, and from March 13-March 27, 1984 the U.S. Department of Education held hearings regarding, among other things, “survival games” (e.g., lifeboat game, air raid shelter game, spaceship game) in which children were asked whom they would be willing to kill. A Mrs. Dellinger testified: “A survival game in which my seventh grade son participated in required him to eliminate five out of ten whom they did not have room for on a spaceship. This is a subtle way to accept genocide, to become desensitized to euthanasia and infanticide, and to destroy religious beliefs (for the clergy man is always the oldest, or nearly the oldest, and he is certainly to be eliminated).” This was the same year Governor Richard Lamb of Colorado said old people have “a duty to die.” For part one click below.

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Dennis Laurence Cuddy, historian and political analyst, received a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (major in American History, minor in political science). Dr. Cuddy has taught at the university level, has been a political and economic risk analyst for an international consulting firm, and has been a Senior Associate with the U.S. Department of Education.

Cuddy has also testified before members of Congress on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice. Dr. Cuddy has authored or edited twenty books and booklets, and has written hundreds of articles appearing in newspapers around the nation, including The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and USA Today. He has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows in various parts of the country, such as ABC Radio in New York City, and he has also been a guest on the national television programs USA Today and CBS's Nightwatch.

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