Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Sedating the Masses

They are sedating the masses with nice sounding words
Murder is camouflaged and deliberately blurred
“Assistance in dying” is the phrase used for killing
The people being terminated must be willing

A “law” is being passed and “justice” will be meted out
The politicians will praise their own “ethics,” no doubt
The Bill that they pass in the House on the Hill
Will be hailed as “compassionate” and given a “right” to kill

Is this what happens when “rulers” go mad?
And they cannot see that “ethical” murder is bad
Could the “health” system become unhealthy and more
Will doctors be licensed to open death’s door?

Is history repeating itself once again?
Will state-sanctioned killing start to reign?
Will it gradually creep into every day living?
Will it even encompass some who are unwilling?

Once “legalized” murder becomes acceptable
Will there be no holding back the disreputable?
Are the death warrants signed and judicially approved?
Is the day coming when anyone can be “removed”?

Still, this is a land of the “Charter” and “sunny ways”
Where people will be “assisted” to end their days
A caring and humanitarian land with a “right to kill”
Where the always available taxpayer will foot the bill

Accessories to murder, after the fact
Paying for unfortunate people to get whacked
Still, there are those who support this I suppose!
Don’t they realize, “our emperors have no clothes”?

As long as it is sold and marketed as compassion
Perverting words and language could be in fashion
Are “mad rulers” wearing “rose tinted glasses”?
Does it all come down to sedating the masses?

Stephen J. Gray
May 18, 2016.

Articles of interest at link below:
Euthanasia in Nazi Germany - The T4 Programme
In his "Medical Science under Dictatorship", published in the New England Journal of Medicine, July, 1949, Dr Alexander observed:

"Whatever proportions these crimes finally assumed, it became evident to all who investigated them, that they started from small beginnings. The beginnings at first were merely a subtle shift in emphasis in the basic attitudes of physicians.

"It started with the acceptance of the attitude, basic to the euthanasia movement, that there is such a thing as a life not worthy to be lived. This attitude in its early stages concerned itself merely with the severely and chronically sick.

"Gradually the sphere of those to be included in this category was enlarged to encompass the socially unproductive, the ideologically unwanted, the racially unwanted, and finally all non-Germans."... (emphasis added)

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