Shadow Czars – Ezekiel Emanuel
This is serious. Please read it as such and allow me an indulgence.
Have you ever encountered pure evil? No, really. I have twice, but I’ll share one experience. It was when we were doing “Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames” and I ‘got’ to play the Suicide. I was rehearsing my lines on the stairs when I felt completely overshadowed and cut-off. I felt a chill and a darkness so profound that all I could say was “no. Jesus.” Apparently that was enough because the darkness immediately receded and I was able to run to another and get some much needed prayer support. I learned that night we have great authority, in Jesus’ name, yes, but as children of the Most High, we have been given back authority over this world that we originally gave away in the garden. Because Jesus defeated the devil with the Word (both meanings) and then defeated our enemy death, He has the power to reclaim this authority for us.
In a similar way, We the People have an authority, granted by the Constitution and the blood of those gone before us, to keep those whom we choose to govern us on the straight path. In this we have been lax. But we CAN and MUST keep their feet to the fire to correct the damage done by this administration to the rule of law and the supreme law of the land that our representatives MUST BE ELECTED, not appointed. President Obama may not continue to outsource his management of the country to appointed general managers who haven’t been approved by Congress!
This is the first of several examinations of… the Shadow Czars [dun, dun, dun – dramatic music plays in background].
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel
Health Policy Advisor, Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s brother (PCAT eugenics)
“When implemented, the Complete Lives System produces a priority curve on which individuals aged between 15 and 40 years get the most substantial chance, whereas the youngest and oldest people get chances that are attenuated… The Complete Lives System justifies preference to younger people because of priority to the worst-off rather than instrumental value.” — January 2009
The chart the doctor later included showed that the very old (about 50!) would hardly get any care. Interviewed on Fox News, he was very matter of fact in his answers that ultimately rationing by age, gender & diagnosis is the only way to keep socialized health care affordable. This sounds too similar to the Ultimate Solution of 1939 Germany to me.
The Depopulation vid at the first link shows Anton Chaitkin, History Editor for Executive Intelligence Review, on June 10th quoting Dr. Emanuel’s writings of October 12, 2008 at 1:36, “that a crisis, war and financial collapse would get the frightened public to accept the program.” Hitler told his Dr. Brandt in 1935 that the euthanasia program would have to wait until the war began to get the public to go along. Dr. E wrote last year that “the Hippocratic Oath should be junked* (1:55)” and that “doctors should no longer just serve the needs of the patient.” Two German eugenecists said the same thing. Dr. E then clarifies he’s written for 25 years against the legalization of euthanasia. Mr. Chaitkin responds off mic with “You say you’re opposed to assisted suicide, but that you’re in favor of the withdrawal of medical care, which accomplishes the same thing. You have this article with Margaret Battin, who is an accomplished Nazi doctor…” He was cut off.
Dr. Emanuel is “President Obama’s leading representative on a Federal ‘death council’ drawing up a list of medical procedures to be used to deny care to elderly, chronically ill, and poor people, whose lives are considered of less value. Ezekiel’s brother, Obama’s Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, is ramming this Nazi-revival policy through Congress (Chaitkin’s The Nazi Euthanasia Program…).” As head “bioethicist” at NIH, the differences between that title, “comparative effectiveness” (the actual name of the council) and “eugenics” are superfluous.
Quoting from one of Emanuel’s papers, Secondhand Smoke states,
This outrageous thinking is commonplace among Emanuel and other eugenics/euthanasia movement spokesmen who’ve stated physician-assisted suicide isn’t necessary, that life-saving care can simply be denied to the elderly to save costs. This is painless, supposedly, if the patient is unconscious and starved to death — starvation was one of the first methods used by the Nazis before gassing was adopted. I think Terri Schiavo would disagree about the painless part, and most people who remember the Holocaust would object to any procedures even appearing similar to those used by the Nazi monsters.
In his 2008 book, Healthcare, Guaranteed, Emanuel calls for an independent National Health Board to oversee and cut healthcare in America, and to approve all payments and procedures. “To reduce political interference and allow the necessary tough choices to be made,” Emanuel says, this board must be insulated from “pressure” by elected officials such as Congress, and must get funding independently of Congressional appropriations. The board’s life-or-death decisions would proceed without possibility of objection from victims or voters. Does this sound like dictatorial tyranny?
Emanuel’s plan is a virtual carbon copy of that promoted by former Sen. Tom Daschle (Obama’s first healthcare choice) in his 2008 book, Critical: What We Can Do About the Health-Care Crisis, wherein he creates a rule that all who register for Medicare must sign a document outlining the degree to which they consent to be killed in an “end of life” situation. Sounds too similar to the Ultimate Solution in 1939 Germany to me.
So be careful how you define healthcare reform. Remember: the best way to lead a nation astray of its values is to keep it ignorant of its history.
Regarding “continuation of the polity” quote, also found here:
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Obama’s Health Adviser, believes in rationed healthcare
Ezekiel Emanuel: Deny Coverage to Elderly and Disabled for the Greater Good
The Nazi Euthanasia Program: Forerunner of Obama’s Death Council by Anton Chaitkin (must read)
*Journal of the American Medical Association, June 18, 2008
R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., the Washington Times, writes that you better get sick now or you may be sorry.
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