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Obama-Soros Health Crimes


 Soros is a leading promoter of the assisted suicide movement.  He papers over it with tripe about compassion; in reality, the project is a push for palliative care rather than treatment for gravely ill patients.  As always, it’s all about the money:

“Can we afford to care for the dying properly?  The number of people dying in the United States currently stands at 2.2 million annually.  Increases in cancer and AIDS and the aging of the baby boomers will cause this figure to climb faster than the population . . . [Bu] [a]ggressive, life-prolonging interventions, which may at times go against the patient’s wishes, are much more expensive than proper care for the dying.”


So said Soros in a 1994 speech.  What did he mean by “proper care” for the dying?  The same George Soros who told Steve Croft on 60 Minutes in 1992 that he had no remorse for his role in sending Jews to death camps now presents himself as the very soul of beneficence as he crusades to exterminate terminally ill patients.

“This brings me to that hotly debated subject, physician assisted suicide and euthanasia.” 

The compassionate Nazi collaborator wants us to believe that his interest in caring for the dying was sparked by the death of his own father.  Soros was irked at his father’s obstinate refusal to just die already:  “...unfortunately [he ]wanted to live… I was kind of disappointed in him ... I wrote him off.” 

The rationing of health care is inevitable

Soros’ depraved attitude toward his father’s will to live was not the only catalyst for his Death Project.  It was also

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