Little bits and pieces of this have been bugging me more than the bigger in-your-face bits.
The NWO wants to officially take over everything. But, like any other acquisition based conglomerate, they want to absorb strong healthy targets with
great future potential. No one looks forward to inheriting a sinking ship. Its just not fiscally responsible - regardless of the lives that could be
Austerity is and has been a buzzword in financial markets since Greece tanked. Chicago is no better off except that it has the rest of the state and
the country to suck money from as long as there is a teat exposed. Countries, states, cities, all face the same problem - unchecked spending on social
programs they raided too many times and are no longer viable. Social security is a great example. Its okay for now, and maybe for another ten years.
But what happens after that? What about the people who are paying into it now? What will they get out of it? If the answer is nothing, how long will
they continue paying in?
While campaigning Bloomberg actually said people over 80 should be denied health care. If they get cancer or something like that they should be told
to go home and die. Its not that we don't have room for them. Its not that we cant help them. Its that the longer they live, which has been
increasing steadily, the longer they take money from programs like social security. No one said we should just hunt down the elderly and kill them.
That would be inhumane. But there is nothing wrong with denying them healthcare and waiting patiently until they expire. It sounds like federally
mandated age discrimination to me...
Enter Covid-19. Right form the start, long before any real facts were known about this virus, it was being reported that the elderly and people with
underlying conditions were the most at risk. Okay, that makes sense - to a point. There is a severe outbreak in a nursing home in Washington state.
Then one in New York. Then Alabama. The question is how many facilities that cater to the elderly can get swarmed with this virus before it starts
looking suspicious? I don't think we have reached that point yet, but I believe its starting to look bad.
Then Italy gets slammed with this virus. A society that is rich with physical greetings, hugs and kisses, suddenly has a huge problem as social
distancing is simply foreign to them. Then officials in Italy announce that patients over 80 will ultimately be left to die in order to spare beds and
treatment for younger patients. Its just cruel.
My question is when are we allowed to look at this as more of a financial plan than a health management plan? Social security was a great idea. But
people are living much longer now and the amounts paid into the system are proving inadequate to meet the rising needs. And that is without the
program being treated like a congressional piggy bank. Either the input or the output must be changed dramatically or the whole thing falls apart.
I think it is becoming clear which end of the equation is being changed. Is it just too sinister and fiendish to contemplate? Or is it possible this
is just a means to an end?