Is Health Care Reform Part of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development?
|By Freedom Advocates|
|Tuesday, 18 August 2009 15:09|
The answer is yes absolutely, Health Care Reform is part of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development. Health care reform is not about enhancing personal health, it's about implementing new systems, profits and liaisons in the name of health care.
The language in Agenda 21 is always obtuse. In Chapter 6 "Protecting and Promoting Human Health" it says,
It further states,
Chapter 6 goes on to say,
In a more specific sense Agenda 21 calls for the shift in economic basics from free enterprise to “public private partnership.” This is exactly what has been occurring in medicine and is proposed to be formalized by Obama care.
As for the system of justice, Agenda 21 calls for social justice to replace equal justice. Social justice allocates the application of justice to groups as opposed to individuals.
One must also connect the family planning policies of Health Care Reform to Agenda 21's sister document, the Global Biodiversity Assessment which directs an 85% reduction in world population if we stay in an industrialized state.
For further references please see the following:
Washington Times Editorial Obama’s Mad Science Advisor Compulsory abortion and sterilization aren't youthful indiscretions
Russell L. Blaylock, M.D., Social Utility: How Much Are Grandpa and Grandma Worth?
Constitutionality of Health Reform, Washington Post article Illegal Health Reform
Health Care bill includes "Food Safety" see Doreen Hannes article Food Safety Bills - Misdiagnosis Strikes again
Is Health Care Reform Part of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development? by Freedom Advocates
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