Killing us Softly Passive Aggressive: Part Two

“A total world population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”  

Audubon magazine, interview with Ted Turner, 1996

“This is a terrible thing to say. In order to stabilize the world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.”  Jacques Cousteau in an interview with the UNESCO Courier for November 1991

At the highest levels of the medical cartel, vaccines are a top priority because they cause a weakening of the immune system. I know that may be hard to accept, but it’s true. The medical cartel, at the highest level, is not out to help people. It is out to harm them, to weaken them. To kill them. At one point in my career, I had a long conversation with a man who occupied a high government position in an African nation. He told me that he was well aware of this. He told me that WHO is a front for these depopulation interests.  Jon Rappoport

In 1982, I lived in Ellettsville, Indiana, a suburb of Bloomington.  At that time, I was working as a receptionist for a dermatologist.  Across the street from the doctor’s office was the hospital where “Baby Doe” was born with Down’s syndrome.  The baby also had an obstruction in the esophagus that prevented normal eating.  The tracheo-esophageal fistula was easily treated, but both the parents and the physician agreed to allow the baby to die of starvation.  

The courts granted the parents and physician the “blessing” of doing this to the infant.  Public outrage ensued.  Health and Human Services under President Reagan drew up guidelines against federally funded healthcare facilities allowing handicapped infants to die.  Other organizations fought this ruling, and the courts struck it down as the government being too invasive in the medical profession.  Oh, but they should see the invasiveness today!

In the United Kingdom’s National Health Service, when the doctor decides the patient’s condition is beyond treatable, the patient is put on the “Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP)  for the Dying Patient.” Many have been sounding the alarm for years that this has led to massive euthanasia of elderly patients.  Nearly 30% of the people who die in UK hospitals every year are on LCP.  

From a 2012 article in 21st Century Wire comes this story, Sick Britain: NHS is Now Putting Babies on ‘Death Pathways’ To Save Money.

One doctor has admitted starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in the neonatal unit of one hospital alone. Writing in a leading medical journal, the physician revealed the process can take an average of ten days, during which a baby becomes ‘smaller and shrunken.’ The LCP – on which 130,000 elderly and terminally ill adult patients die each year – is now the subject of an independent inquiry ordered by ministers. The investigation, which will include child patients, will look at whether cash payments to hospitals to hit death pathway targets have influenced doctors’ decisions. Medical critics of the LCP insist it is impossible to say when a patient will die, and as a result, the LCP death becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. They say it is a form of euthanasia, used to clear hospital beds and save the NHS money.”  Link

This article is over 12 years old. America has long allowed infants who lived through abortion to die without food, water, or medical care.  The death of the Down Syndrome child in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1982 is a 42-year-old story.  Imagine what is happening today.

A Case in Point

Euthanasia is pushed on the families of the dying by physicians and caregivers.  Living wills are forced on everyone, and physicians and hospital personnel constantly ask you if you have a living will.  Do you realize how huge it would have to be to cover every circumstance that could happen?  The goal is population reduction.  The elite want us dead.  

The living will is the oldest form of advance directive. It was first proposed by an Illinois attorney, Luis Kutner, in a speech to the Euthanasia Society of America in 1967 and published in a law journal in 1969.

Up until 1984, we had the finest healthcare in the world until the federal legislature started passing laws that forced the cost of healthcare to rise exponentially, and the National Institutes of Health hired Dr. Anthony Fauci.  

Because of Obamacare, there is additional federally required paperwork for every patient, but those who could afford to pay for insurance and healthcare are now also paying for the indigents and illegals.  With over 7.5 million illegal aliens having entered our country since Biden took office, you can imagine where healthcare will be in another few years. Many of the hospitals on the southern border have closed because of bankruptcy.  

In January, 2024, US News reported, States Expand Health Coverage for Immigrants as Republicans Hit Biden on Border.  California was the first state to begin covering immigrants regardless of their legal status, starting with children in 2016.  Eleven states and Washington, D.C., together provide full health insurance coverage to more than one million low-income immigrants regardless of their legal status, according to state data compiled by KFF Health News. Most aren’t authorized to live in the U.S., state officials say.

The Hegelian Dialectic was in play to cause the desired synthesis resulting in Obama Care; we saw the complete government control of our medical industry in the Covid years.  

Jane and Geisinger Health System

Several years ago, a good friend’s mother passed away.  She was a lovely, dear, sweet Christian lady.  She had been in pain for several years and yearned to go home to the Lord.  Her daughter told me what happened when, late one night, her mother suffered up to 12 strokes at the same time.  

The 911 ambulance took her to Geisinger Hospital (Geisinger Health System in rural Pennsylvania).  The emergency room doctors admitted her to the hospital with IV fluids.  That afternoon, the staff wanted to talk to Jean’s family about moving her to Hospice.

Jean was initially being hydrated, but without the family’s knowledge, the IV was removed that night.  When the older daughter found out, she demanded that the hydration be continued.  The IV was put back in Jean.  The family also preferred Jean remain in the hospital, but they were told that was not going to happen.  Geisinger does not want the death statistics on their records.

The nurses and hospital staff bombarded both daughters to remove the fluid IVs and get her to a nursing home.  They told them that was why there was a respiratory “death rattle”: it was because of continually being hydrated.  This was a total lie, as people not on hydration have the same respiratory sounds prior to death.  Jean’s husband was a pastor and had attended many church members during their last hours, so he knew they were not telling the truth.  

Dehydration is a painful way to die.

Jean’s older daughter told the nurses her mother was responding, but the nurses said she couldn’t be.  The girls both knew she was responsive.  When her younger daughter said to Jean, “Mom, if you want some water, open your mouth.”  Jean smiled and opened her mouth. Also, Jean and her husband had a private joke from their early married days, and when he talked to her about it, a big smile spread across her face.  

Despite Jean’s inability to speak, she was communicating with her family.  But when the doctor came in and was told Jean was communicating with them, the doctor sarcastically said, “Show me what she can do!”

Her daughter told him that her mother gets excited when discussing heaven, and the doctor answered, “Not that! Tell her to open her mouth.”  Jean responded to the doctor and opened her mouth.  Then he said, “Tell her to wiggle her toe.”  Jean wiggled her toe.  The doctor realized Jean could hear him and ushered the family into another room.

Three of the doctors tried to push the family to move her to a nursing home or Hospice.  However, under Medicare, the nursing homes apparently aren’t covered for “comfort care,which is to keep you comfortable until you die. They would have had to pay for comfort care because Jean didn’t need any skilled nursing.  Those who believe they have nursing home care under Medicare may be surprised to learn that they are not covered unless they need “skilled nursing care,” not just “comfort care” in their last days.

The harassment to remove hydration from Jean continued.  The staff kept telling the family they were prolonging her life unnecessarily.  The doctor was allowing 500 ml. every other day, all dumped at once into her now subcutaneous button (the IV was removed, and this port was installed).  This amount is nothing in hydration.  The doctor had ordered only two cups of water every other day.  Obviously, the staff was trying to keep liquid to a bare minimum.  Jean’s daughters knew this because Jean’s lips were dry and cracked, and she wanted water.

The family told the doctor to do it every day and to double the quantity because they understood the hospital was withholding hydration to make her die faster.  Actually, it’s “Kill Grandma, get a bonus.”  This is explained as a new cost-saving measure that drastically reduces return hospital visits by the elderly because dead people don’t return to the hospital, and the faster they die, the less cost.

The hospital was forcing them to take Jean to either a nursing home, which couldn’t give Jean IV care, or to Hospice.  Thankfully, Hospice had a room open, and it was only a mile from the hospital.

Hospice took excellent care of Jean, and she remained hydrated.  The Hospice workers brought in fresh flowers, sat with Jean, and stayed three and four hours over their shifts to be with her until she passed.  They dressed her in a pretty, lacy, feminine nightgown with lovely sheets on her bed.  She was given no special pain cocktails and died peacefully with her family at her side.  The hydration did not prolong her life, but it did make her last few days at least comfortable.

Obama Praises the Geisinger Model

The Geisinger Hospital Jean was in is considered a model for Obama Care by the President.  Link  Obama desires all American hospitals to follow the Geisinger model.  So, let’s take a look at what it’s all about.    

From Time Magazine’s The Long Goodbye by Joe Klein, “Geisinger hospital is the mothership of an extensive network of medical practitioners tending to 2.6 million patients in 44 mostly rural Pennsylvania counties.  It was founded in 1915 by a widow named Abigail Geisinger and was first directed by Harold Foss, a surgeon who had assisted the famed Mayo brothers. Like the Mayo Clinic, it employed a team approach, with doctors paid as employees rather than independent operators cooperating on patient care.  It’s like hiring a general contractor to supervise the renovation of your house,” says Henry J. Aaron, a health expert at the Brookings Institute.” (Another leftist think tank funded by Rockefeller and Ford Foundations.)

The accountable-care-organization model, which is the emerging term of art for places like Mayo and Geisinger, became a pioneer in the computerization and analysis of medical records. Geisinger’s Proven Health Navigator enrolls patients who are overseen electronically by case managers.  

The elderly are even contacted in their homes by these case manager nurses to see if they’re taking their medication, eating the right things, keeping their doctor appointments, and even weighing themselves (on Bluetooth scales that send the results to the Geisinger computers).  

This way, Geisinger can decide when “end-of-life” care should commence or if the lack of life-giving care should end.  Doesn’t it make you feel all warm and fuzzy that a government-approved healthcare facility will be watching over you this closely, and when you step on a scale, your numbers will go to the watchdog?

Doctors are paid salaries and “outcome-based performance” bonuses rather than by the services they perform.  In fact, Joe Klein’s article states that organizations who embrace these “outcome-based” death panel systems actually receive cash bonuses from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) savings plan when they save more money by pulling the plug on granny!  Much of the savings projected for Obamacare would come from a broader application of this Mayo/Geisinger model.

The bonuses these doctors receive depend upon how well they adhere to common procedures. The Geisinger program, marketed as ProvenCare, eliminates the physician “guesswork” or “variability” by requiring every employee to follow an agreed-upon set of best practices.  They achieve these goals through standardization.  Science-based protocols are “hard-wired” into the process.  In other words, for most procedures, one size fits all.  This is “cookbook medicine.”  The same hospital “protocols” were used on nearly all Covid patients.

The patients rate the doctor’s performance, and since doctors are not always the most sociable human beings, Geisinger trains them in a bedside-manner orientation program called “Patients 101.”  This schools them in basic procedures with members of the patient’s family; this is important in gaining the family’s trust.  

Klein states in his article, “This sort of training is especially important in a system in which doctors sometimes must try to deny care requested by patients or their families that is deemed unnecessary.”  The time spent training physicians to develop a deeper level of patient trust and satisfaction comes in handy when they talk the family into denying food and hydration in order to save those dollars for the betterment of American health care costs.  In this manner, physicians are even able to convince the family that any resuscitation efforts should be stopped and DNRs (Do Not Resuscitate) should be placed in the patient’s chart. Reports have been documented that DNRs were placed on Covid patients without the patient’s or their family’s knowledge.

These trained employee physicians tell the patient’s family that dehydration and starvation are not painful.  In fact, in Klein’s article, a fee-for-service physician, as we’ve always been used to in America, would hydrate Klein’s father, who was in kidney failure.  The Geisinger physicians’ attitude is that the patient would be back in the hospital in just a month or six weeks, so let him die.  The physician said, “Renal failure is a good way to go.  You go to sleep.”  I often wonder how many of these physicians have actually watched these patients they condemn to no care.

Most of today’s doctors, including some of mine, don’t like the Mayo-Geisinger way of doing business. They say, “We don’t want to be robots run by your computers.”  They shouldn’t be, but Obama Care and now Covid, hasforced many of them into this new health care model, resulting in euthanasia for elderly, disabled and infants. Rationing of care is next.  

This is the Geisinger model of health care, being promoted by the liberal rags such as Time Magazine and Newsweek, who promoted Obama Care not just for cost savings but for quicker population reduction.

Joe Klein’s article, How to Die, promotes death panels, killing the elderly to save money (and earning those CMS bonuses), and even yanking feeding tubes out of your own dying parents!  Newsweek’s article, The Case for Killing Granny, discusses how curbing excessive end-of-life care is good for America!

In Part 3, we’ll discuss Hospice and palliative care.




1 thought on “Killing us Softly Passive Aggressive: Part Two”

  1. Thank you again, Kelleigh. It is so important for people to know the truth. And you provide back up facts, as always.. Those people who still think doctors are like God need help in understanding that things have changed. There is no desire to save people’s lives anymore; nor is there a desure to keep them comfortable. And it was interesting that doctors need special training in order to deal with a caring family. Such a tragedy! Evidently, from your article, some hospices are okay but I have experienced, here in Oregon, mostly the opposite. It pays to check them out first; gowever one does that…???
    Thank you soo much for your hard work and sharing with all your readers. God bless you.

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