The doctrine of “lives not worthy of life” as professed by Adolf Hitler in 1939, is the philosophy guiding Obama's so-called 'health care' reform bill, which unfortunately was passed in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Obama's Hitler loving doctrine must be destroyed and that begins, as LaRouche has prescribed, by first eliminating the HMO system established in 1971, with an immediate return to the Hill-Burton hospital standard which came as an effect of the Franklin Roosevelt policy of the 1930's. There can be no comprise. The HMO system, along with, now, Obama's Adolf Hitler policy, must be eliminated.

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Hitlers T-4

Video presentation which documents the concrete exactness of Adolf Hitler's T4 program and that of President Obama's so-called health care reform.

Dr. Leo Alexander's Warning

Video presentation warning of the methods used to build for Adolf Hitler's "useless eaters" medical policy. The same approach of "those lives unworthy of life" has been adopted by the Obama administration.

Is Hitler Whispering into Obama's Ear?

Video presentation documenting the evil of the HMO system.

How Obama's Healthcare Plan Will Impose Hitlerian Genocide on You and Your Family

Under the pretext of extending health insurance to more Americans, Obama's so-called healthcare reforms would actually accelerate death-rates, especially among the aged, the chronically ill, minorities and the poor. This is not some unfortunate error of one or another clause or provision. Rather, it saturates the entirety of the Senate bill from the first page to page 2409, the last page, and similarly for the House bill.

The Nazi Euthanasia Program: Forerunner of Obama's Death Council

By Anton Chaitkin. At his trial in front of the American National Military Tribunal in 1947, Karl Brandt, Hitler's escort physician and later a leading euthanasia operative, testified that sometime in 1935 Hitler had informed Reich Health Leader Gerhard Wagner of his intention to implement euthanasia of the mentally disabled once war had begun. According to Brandt, Hitler believed the opposition to euthanasia from church circles would be less pronounced during war than in peacetime.