Terri Schiavo was comatose and was in a minimum conscience state. Her prognosis was poor.
Terri's husband Michael had decided that Schiavo had suffered long enough in her condition and wanted to end her life. As ad litem guardian, Michael Schiavo her husband wanted her feeding tube removed so that her life would end. Whether or not it was an act of concern or a result of socialist hatred for the disabled that all liberals possess.
In 2005, Michael got his wish with the help of sympathetic doctors and liberals who referred to Terri as "a potted plant," "a vegetable," "having no cogeniscence" and "a burden on society." Schiavo's feeding tube was removed and slowly and painfully she died of starvation. Her remains were immediately cremated.
The incident provoked outrage from conservatives and the pro-life movement chief among them, Rick Santorum, President George W Bush, Mel Martinez and Pope Saint John Paul II. It should be noted that Schiavo died only days before the holy pontiff who before dying himself expressed remorse upon hearing of her death.
Liberals however ecstatically applauded her sudden death. Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks claimed that the GOP had poor judgement and that the case showed supposed hypocrisy and stupidity of republicans who he said "want you to die if you have a tumor in your brain."
NEWSFLASH CENK AND TURKEY'S: Obamacare has turned away elderly, disabled and homeless people with life threatening illness and injuries, many left to die... what makes you think your any better?!
Michael Mayo, a communist, dining critic and regular columnist at the Ft Lauderdale Sun Sentinel and sluthflorida.com referred to Schiavo as an unworthy life and a beast of burden on America's medical resources. He goes on to demand universal healthcare while coming close to advocating mandatory euthanasia people like Terri to keep costs down.
New York times columnist, gun control advocate, race baiter and communist Bob Herbert on commenting on the issue stated that no one really has the right to live and chided GOP critics of Schiavo's murder.
There can be no doubt that liberalism and nazism are one by just glancing at the comments at Huffington post and other liberal blogs when dealing on the subject of eugenics, euthanasia and Terri Schiavo. Liberals claim to stand up for the little guy and those who are least among us and look after our best interests, but in truth they are using the little guys and the least among us as a stepping ladder to stand over and rule over humanity in what they consider their own interests.
It was not first nor last time that liberals murdered a human being for being weak and defenseless.
Over a hundred years ago in Chicago Illinois, now as then a capitol of crime, corruption and liberal fascism, a baby boy born with a closed intestine and one ear missing was put to death by the state of Illinois and by liberals because there was a risk that he would grow up to be a mental defective and a criminal all because of a couple of correctable physical defects. These are in fact problems that in no way would affect his development otherwise.
But liberals and the state of Illinois worked hand in glove to stop the baby known as John Bollinger from proving them otherwise.
John Bollinger was born in 1915 to healthy parents. His birth however was complicated. He was born with a closed intestine and a missing right ear. It was believed that his left ear might not be developed and that he would be deaf.
Dr. Harry J Haiselden who was John's doctor and a supporter of Eugenics refused to perform life saving operations for John Bollinger even to correct his defective ear. His argument was that it was more humane to let the child die rather than to let it live. He argued that John Bollinger, if he were allowed to live would grow up to be a malcontent, a criminal and a burden on society and live what he termed, a life without life.
Adolf Hitler, himself a supporter of eugenics and Nazi doctors would ascribe to many of these terms such as life without life to justify the murder of disabled children and adults as well as the elderly.
Eventually the child died. Its not known what would've become of John Bollinger, according to witnesses and doctors today, John's disabilities were hardly noticeable. At the very least he would be deaf in one ear. At worst he would've been deaf. Yet even in the early 20th century at a time before the disabled were fully integrated and before the passage of landmark laws such as the American's with Disabilities act, people who were deaf made many strides and accomplishments.
But with help from yesterdays media, just as biased and corrupt as today's, they made the death of Bollinger look positive. the Chicago Tribune for instance gave false reports that Bollinger was deformed with his cheek connected to his shoulder, both ears missing, a crooked spine and misshapen face. Those few who opposed the murder of Bollinger were portrayed as fanatics and old fashioned.
I guess Devo was right... Some things never change. They're on the take and don't give breaks and they really have kept it that way...
Very few stood up to this injustice. The Catholic church was the most outspoken. Other vocal critics included GK Chesterton, The reverend William Jennings Bryan and Suffragette Jane Addams who reffered to Dr Haiselden as a monster who should face the death penalty.
However most doctors in Illinois were sympathetic to Haiselden and in a peer review case of the incident he was cleared of all charges.
Most people were either silent or supportive of the decision.
Among the supporters of Bollinger's murder was Clarence Darrow, an attorney for the ACLU and a proponent of evolution and eugenics and who would go on to face off against Bryan in the notorious Scopes monkey farce and ironic of all, Helen Keller. Keller who was deaf and blind for nearly her whole life as a result from Scarlet Fever. She believed it was humane.
The incident was celebrated in a silent film called "The Black Stork" AKA "Are You Fit To Marry?" A film filled with attack after attack on the disabled, the poor and the disadvantaged. A film which advocated the killing of those with disabilities and who might be suspected as such.
The film was shown in theaters throughout the early century up to 1947 after world war 2 when Americans saw in the holocaust and WW2 the full results of Dr Haiselden and Clarence Darrow's philosophy on life.
Today in America we are close again to repeating the mistakes that were made in the last century. In Europe, weak and sick babies are often left to die. Many of them it turns out are not really disabled and in addition Australia as well as Europe has begun to make eugenics legal and have forced sterilizations of innocent people who either do not fit in or who are different.
Liberals haven't changed a bit since Germany 1932. They never will. The election of Donald Trump we pray will at least put an end to this vicious cycle of death and the death worship cult that is socialism and liberalism, the twin social ills that are the real menace and the real problem America faces as well as the culture of death it has created in America, not those who are unfortunate or disabled.