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Eugenics is the philosophy and
social movement that argues it is possible to improve the human race
and society by encouraging reproduction by people or populations
with “desirable” traits (termed “positive” eugenics) and
discouraging reproduction by people with “undesirable” qualities
(termed “negative” eugenics).
What this was and in some respects still is about is nothing more than animal husbandry. The breeding of humans was not necessarily for making pretty people but rather it was a method of saving the governments money. They even influenced the Immigration laws. In California the Human Betterment Foundation seemed to put together a pretty convincing method to get legislators to readily enact sterilization of those considered "undesirable." They definitely knew how to market a concept and close the deal with legislators and their methods are still used today.
It wasn't just sterilization though, they wanted gas chambers and it has been reported that they were set up and used in the United States long before Hitler had enough influence to use them in Europe.
These are the methods and programs that have evolved to Assisted Physician Suicide, Euthanasia, illegal Experimentation and so called "for our own good" medical procedures often unknowingly performed today. Think about this and tune in to learn more.
On June 10, 2019 a press release was sent out from the Office of California Governor Gavin Newson.
Here is short
and sweet of it all:
In 1981 she
co-founded and Directed California Right to Life Education Fund – a 501-C-3
Charitable organization along with the adjunct focus on public policy – both
still in existence today, as an educational library for right to life
information, speaker’s training and publications.
Dr. Don Boys
PhD is a former member of the Indiana House of Representatives
who ran a large Christian school in Indianapolis and wrote columns
for USA Today for 8 years.
Nancy Valko, RN ALNC
Nancy Valko has been a registered nurse since 1969 and currently is a a spokesperson for the National Association of Prolife Nurses (www.nursesforlife.org)She has also been a past President of Missouri Nurses for Life and past co-chair of the St. Louis Archdiocesan Respect Life Committee. In 2015, received the People of Life award from the US Catholic Conference of Bishops. After working in critical care, hospice, home health, oncology, dialysis and other specialties for 45 years, she is currently working as a legal nurse consultant (http://www.valkolnc.com/) and volunteer.
served on medical and nursing ethics committees and given speeches and workshops
around the country on medical ethics issues.
She has also served on the board of
the Saint Louis Down Syndrome Association in the past and is active in the field
of disability advocacy.
Ron Panzer, B.A., LPN
Mr. Panzer is a graduate of Syracuse University, a nurse and whistle-blower who has exposed violations of the standards of care within hospice and other medical facilities and has served as a consultant on hospice for thousands of families, patients, and staff from all over our nation.
Ron is the
founder and President of Hospice Patients Alliance ("HPA"), a
charitable nonprofit patient advocacy organization fighting to
preserve the original pro-life mission of modern hospice as
envisioned by physician, Dame Cicely Saunders: to care for those
facing death, relieve their suffering, and allow for a natural death
in its own timing.
Julie Grimstad – Julie serves as the president of the Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization (HALO) Board of Directors.
A nationally-known speaker and writer, Julie addresses all aspects of medical decision-making and patient advocacy. She has served as a volunteer patient advocate since 1985.
Julie edited and was a contributing writer to “Imposed Death: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide” and “Informed: A guide for critical medical decisions,” both Human Life Alliance publications.
She is also the editor of the HALO Monthly newsletter (www.HALOrganization.com, click on “Newsletters/Issues”).
Julie’s earlier experiences include being a licensed practical nurse caring for the elderly and disabled in a Catholic hospital; Birthright volunteer, opening her home as a refuge for unwed mothers; Natural Family Planning instructor for the Diocese of Lincoln; founder and director of a Pregnancy Aid office in Tacoma, WA; and Natural Childbirth instructor. She also was a co-founder and coordinator of an outreach program to nursing home residents and homebound elderly and disabled persons called St. John’s Befrienders.
Julie has a third-degree black belt in Taekwondo and was a martial arts/self-defense instructor.Julie resides in Bedford, TX with her husband William and is the mother of five living children and two in heaven, grandmother of eleven and great-grandmother of three.
Jo Tolck has been a longtime volunteer in the pro-life movement.
She has worked with a variety of pro-life organizations that offer counseling to pregnant women; that assist families in need with clothing, furniture, and prenatal care; and that generate educational materials.
In addition, Ms. Tolck is a co-founder of the North Side Life Care Center in Minneapolis, as well as co-founder and current vice president of Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization - HALO.
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