04 April 2010

How Medical Genocide Is Carried Out

The following is a short description of the medical genocide program of the Nazi regime in Germany under Hitler. It was cleverly disguised as 'public health,business as usual'. But in the end at least 300,000 German citizens were killed by professional doctor-looking people in white coats who pretended to be administering needed medical services to their unsuspecting victims. Then false documents were prepared to fool the families into thinking that they died naturally. They never imagined that they were being killed. The Eugenics - or genocide- of the Nazis was born in America and exported to Germany. Hitler's financial manager was the notoriously evil Prescott Bush (pictured with his boss), the father of President George H. W. Bush and the grandfather of President George W. Bush. The current President Barrack Obama seems to be a continuation of the Nazi policies of his predecessors. It raises the serious questions, "What is the health reform legislation really all about? Could there really be 'death panels' hidden in the bowels of the thousands of unread pages of the bill?"

"Action T4 (German: Aktion T4) was a program, also called Euthanasia Program, in Nazi Germany spanning October 1939 until August 1941, during which physicians killed 70,273 people specified in Hitler's secret memo of September 1, 1939 as suffering patients "judged incurably sick, by critical medical examination", but described in a denunciation of the program by Cardinal Galen as long-term inmates of mental asylums "who may appear incurable".
The Nuremberg Trials found evidence that German physicians continued the extermination of patients after October 1941 and evidence that about 275,000 people were killed under T4. (
...Aktion T4 program of Nazi Germany: “children and adults with disabilities, and anyone anywhere in the Third Reich was subject to execution who was blind, deaf, senile, retarded, or had any significant neurological condition.”
Hitler was a Eugenicist. A philosophy that emerged from Social Darwinism. It means "survival of the fittest".
Racial hygienist ideas were far from unique to the Nazi movement. The ideas of social Darwinism were widespread in all western countries in the early 20th century, and the eugenics movement had many followers among educated people, being particularly strong in the United States. The idea of sterilising those carrying hereditary defects or exhibiting what was thought to be hereditary anti-social behaviour was widely accepted, and was put into law in the United States, Sweden, Switzerland and other countries. Between 1935 and 1975, for example, 63,000 people were sterilised on eugenic grounds in Sweden.
The Nazi program was hidden from the people and the relatives of the victims:
Patients were transferred from their institutions to the killing centres in buses operated by teams of SS men wearing white coats to give an air of medical authenticity. To prevent the families and the doctors of the patients tracing them, they were often sent to transit centres in major hospitals where they were supposedly assessed before being moved again to "special treatment" centres... Families were sent letters explaining that owing to wartime regulations it would not be possible to visit relatives in these centres. In fact most of these patients were killed within 24 hours of arriving at the centres, and their bodies cremated. For every person killed, a death certificate was prepared, giving a false but plausible cause of death, and sent to the family along with an urn of ashes (random ashes, since the victims were cremated en masse). The preparation of thousands of falsified death certificates in fact took up most of the working day of the doctors who operated the centres.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

For a good documentary about how close we are to eugenics today - get the film: Maafa21 - see a clip here: http://www.maafa21.com