Obama's Health Program - Brought to You by Jack Kervorkian
May 5, 2009 • 9:33PM

The Obama Administration is developing miracle solutions to wrinkles, bad backs, bad knees and other age-related maladies: an early death—courtesy of the same foundations that brought us the notorious euthanasia killer, Jack Kevorkian.

Jack Kevorkian killed more than 130 chronically ill people, before he was convicted of second-degree murder in Michigan, and sent to prison in 1999. Paroled from prison in 2007, Kevorkian lives on, lecturing on the fact that euthanasia must be "decriminalized." In 2008 and 2009, Kevorkian delivered lectures hyping euthanasia to crowds of more than 4,000 and more than 2,000 at two universities in Florida. At the February, 2009 event he unveiled a United State flag, altered so that a star-studded swastika replaced the usual field of 50 stars.

Kevorkian also lives on in the works of Peter Orszag, the behaviorist geek who runs Obama's Office of Management and Budget, and Orszag's cronies at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. LPAC uncovered today a nexus of foundations led by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, working in tandem with the Open Society Institute's Project on Death in America that are deeply integrated with "efficient" health care reform model being pushed by Orszag, and developed by the RWJ Foundation-funded Dartmouth Institute. The RWJF and Soros's Project on Death in America have been the major funders of the drive to end human life through euthanasia, denial of medical care, denial of food and water even to those patients able to eat and drink, and similar Nazi-doctor policies.

The Dartmouth Institute's Jack Wennberg was featured in a conference call by Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT). It turns out that the Dartmouth Institute wrote one of the main papers that the Orszag and the behaviorists are using to brainwash Obama, and eliminate health care in the United States. Written in December 2008, The Dartmouth Institute's study is called "An Agenda for Change Improving Quality and Curbing Health Care Spending: Opportunities for the Congress and the Obama Administration." It is intended to be the blueprint for eliminating health care for the lower 80% of the population. It was Wennberg who pioneered and invented the "small area analysis" of health care in 1973—inventing the rationing of health care and "big-brother" monitoring of physicians. Wennberg's work—focusing on 'why are there more tonsillectomies in one town than another'—which is extensively used by Orszag, as well as by right wing fascists like Newt Gingrich, eliminated the popular beliefs that "more health care is better," and that hospitals should be located where people live as in the Hill-Burton legislation. He seeks to eliminate physicians who recommend "unnecessary surgery."

In an LPAC statement on May 2, Lyndon LaRouche blasted Obama's health care policy as no different from that of Hitler's Nazi Germany. "This is Nazi stuff; there's no other way of describing it," LaRouche said. "We're looking for what is the difference between President Obama and Hitler on health policy. We've done a lot of research, and we've not yet been able to discover the difference."

Don't kid yourself. That is no exaggeration.

Here is a small piece of the background on the Robert Wood Johson Foundation, money bags for The Dartmouth Institute; with information provided by the anti-euthanasia organization Life Tree, in its report on "Two Decades to an American Culture of Death. Life Tree writes on the culture of euthanasia that "While RWJF provided the lion's share of funding, Soros's Project on Death in America funded the leadership."

RWJF has concentrated on "seed money" and "demonstration projects" that have now made the following practices and beliefs commonplace:

*withholding/withdrawing nutrition and hydration, even when the patient is able to assimilate food/fluids (perpetuation of the myth that a death by dehydration is painless);

*non-reversible sedation, usually through the use of opioids

*chronic disease is terminal disease;

*redefining "imminent." A prognosis of "imminent death" can mean that the patient might die in a day or so; or within a year.